NRA Foundation's Wall of Guns stuffed with rifles, shotguns and pistols
Indianapolis, Indiana - You're going to see a lot at the NRA Convention in Indianapolis. A lot of people, at lot of events, and a lot of guns. Though displays brought in by Smith & Wesson, Benelli, Sig Sauer and Remington are just for looking, there are a few firearms that are for more. A whole wall of them.
Brought to you by the NRA Foundation, the Wall of Guns is a custom built case filled to the brim with nearly 80 guns looking for a new home.
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Get personalized autographs from Donald Rumsfeld, Ted Nugent, Rick Santorum, Oliver North and more this Annual Meeting
Indianapolis, Indiana - This year's book signings during the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Indianapolis feature some pretty big names. Lt Col. Oliver North, former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, Rick Santorum, and Ted Nugent are just some of the names lined up and you'll likely see even more the closer we get to this year's NRA convention.
Already own a copy of the book? Bring it in and make it that much more treasured. Don't own one yet? Every title will be on sale at the convention's NRA Store just waiting to receive a personal message from the author.
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Win a shotgun at the 17th Annual Firearms Law Seminar on Friday at NRA Annual Meeting
Indianapolis, Indiana - It has been called the gold standard of firearms law classes. And if you're going to the Annual Meeting in Indy, then it's a day you don't want to miss.
Join pioneering thought leaders such as Stephen Holbrook, David Kopel and Andrew F. Branca for a full day seminar covering the latest in firearm legalese. A day that earns attorneys in attendance with Continuing Legal Education credit. Better yet, you don't even have to be a lawyer to attend the 17th Annual Firearms Law Seminar.
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Exclusive Annual Meeting goodies available only in Indianapolis
Joe Garnreiter, Merchandise Buyer for the NRA Store, has an Annual Meeting special for those making the trip next week to Indianapolis ...
Fairfax, Virginia - Next week, the National Rifle Association will make a pit stop
in the great city of Indianapolis, Indiana, for the 143rd NRA Annual Meetings &
Exhibits. Crowds of over 80,000 NRA members are expected to filter through
the Indianapolis Convention Center over the course of 3 days, in what promises
to be the most exciting annual meeting yet!
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From Savage Arms - Savage Arms Hosts Meet-and-Greets with Brian “Pigman” Quaca at the 2014 NRA Show
Brian “Pigman” Quaca’s relentless approach to hunting hogs has made his show “Pig Man: The Series” a fan favorite. Pigman visits booth #6152 during the 143rd NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits April 25-27, 2014 in Indianapolis, Ind. He will meet with his fans and sign autographs April 25 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and again April 26 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Attendees will also get a chance to see the latest products from Savage® Arms and Gunslick® Pro.
Suffield, Connecticut -
SUFFIELD, CT - Brian “Pigman” Quaca’s relentless approach to hog hunting has made his show “Pig Man: The Series” a fan favorite. Quaca will be making two meet-and-greet appearances at booth #6152 during the 143rd NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits April 25 to 27, 2014 in Indianapolis, Ind. Pigman will meet with fans and sign autographs April 25 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. and return on April 26 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
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Air Gun Range promises fun for the entire NRA Family at Annual Meeting in Indiana
Fairfax, Virginia - Every year, one of the most popular events at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits is the "Pyramyd Air" Air Gun Range. For those wondering if we're bringing it back for the NRA Convention in Indianapolis ... wonder no more.
Fresh off their stunning success at the Great American Outdoor Show, NRA Headquarters Range Manager Michael Johns is back with his crew of Range Safety Officers to put smiles on the face of every young marksman willing to take a turn at the firing line.
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Special SR1911, the one millionth Ruger produced in 2012, being auctioned for The NRA Foundation
Indianapolis, Indiana - A one of a kind 1911, the one millionth gun produced by Sturm, Ruger & Company Inc. in 2012, will be on display at the National NRA Foundation Banquet and Auction on Thursday, April 24 in Indianapolis. Proceeds from the event, which kicks off the 2014 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits, will go to ensuring the future of America’s shooting sports traditions.
After becoming the first commercial manufacturer to ship one million firearms over a twelve month period in 2011, there were doubts that Ruger could reach the milestone a second time. But the one millionth gun of 2012, a SR1911, came off the assembly line on August 15, and Ruger CEO and President Mike Fifer had special plans for the occasion. The pistol was handed to Baron Engraving to give this collector’s item a truly unique design.
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Pistol Instructor Training taught by Women For women at NRA Convention in Indianapolis
Indianapolis, Indiana - We have a question for the female firearm enthusiasts out there.
Ever think about becoming an NRA Certified Instructor? Don't want to bother with the regular classroom setting? Well how about making it all happen at the NRA Convention this year in Indianapolis?
Starting on the first day of the Annual Meeting, a few dozen ladies will gather at the Indiana Convention Center for a three-day NRA Pistol Instructor course. Better yet — all the instructors are women.
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Register early and get your admission badges sent straight to you for FREE
Editor's Note: Because of the time necessary to mail credentials across the country, the opportunity to pre-register for the Annual Meeting expired on Friday, April 18.
Indianapolis, Indiana - Anyone who has been to an NRA Annual Meeting can tell you: one, it's one of the best weekends a Second Amendment supporter can experience, and two, it can get very crowded.
One of the biggest chokepoints at the convention is Registration. Yes, the NRA Annual Meetings are free for all NRA members, but we still need to verify that you are a current member before letting you into the party. And although we have a large staff to help register attendees, things can still slow down when you're talking about processing the tens of thousands of people who show up at the beginning of the first day. And if the excitement around Indianapolis is any indication, that will happen.
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