From GLOCK - Designing Spaces™ Welcomes GLOCK as Sponsor of Military Makeover Series on Lifetime TV
Made possible by GLOCK, R. Lee Ermey “The Gunny” will host the “Designing Spaces of Hope – Military Makeover” series which will chronicle the renovations of the home of an injured vet and his family
Pomapno Beach, Florida - Award-winning home improvement show Designing Spaces airing on the Lifetime channel has teamed up with GLOCK for the “Designing Spaces of Hope – Military Makeover” series, scheduled to air three consecutive Fridays beginning November 21, 2014 at 7:30 am (ET/PT). R. Lee Ermey, spokesperson for GLOCK, will host the three-part series.
Ermey, “The Gunny”, is a retired United States Marine Corps Staff Sergeant and drill instructor is best known for his TV and Movie career which has spanned over three decades, including his break-out role as the tough drill instructor Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket.
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From Sportsman Channel - Sportsman Channel Original Series “Saving Private K-9” Set to
Premiere on Thursday, May 15 at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT
New Berlin, Wisconsin -
For 2,500 trained canines and handlers serving America’s military and
law enforcement, the idea of “man’s best friend” is no
overstatement. Dogs are known to be loyal, stalwart companions that love and
defend their owners at any cost. Some of these dogs have even paid the ultimate
Sportsman Channel invites viewers into the lives of these
military and law enforcement service dogs and handlers with its new original series
Saving Private K-9, premiering Thursday, May 15
at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT. Hosted by (NRA Board Member) actor and former Marine R. Lee Ermey ... Find out more about Gunny R. Lee Ermey's new show on Sportsman Channel ...
Spend Sunday with Ted Nugent, the M-16, and the future of America's Shooting Sports
Indianapolis, Indiana - Everyone knows what today marks the final day of NRA's Annual Meeting and Exhibits starts a little later than the rest. How late? Just an hour. Understandable when consider the late night festivities put on by Sarah Palin, Sarah Evans, Oliver North, and country super group Alabama at the Stand and Fight Rally last night.
Right about now you have a moment to breath, and maybe a little extra time to squeeze in your regular Sunday morning activities, here's a look at six singular special events you can look forward to on Sunday.
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NRA President cuts ribbon to open the doors of NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits
Indianapolis, Indiana - Friends, family, patrons and members jammed the Indiana Convention Center halls as NRA President Jim Porter patiently waited to officially open the 2014 NRA Convention in Indianapolis. The 143rd NRA Annual Meeting, to be exact, burst at the seams as 1st Vice President Alan Cors shouldered the morning's emcee duties.
With a smile and a wave, he welcomed the crowd and prepared all for the experience to come.
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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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Past NRA President Heston is the 18th member of Post Office's Legends of Hollywood stamp series
Fairfax, Virginia - At the NRA's 127 Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, Charlton Heston was elected President of the National Rifle Association. A World War II veteran, Oscar winning actor, and heralded civil rights activist, Heston led the NRA for an unprecedented six years.
An icon to supporters of the Second Amendment, his address at the 2000 Annual Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina, with a flintlock rifle raised above his head, still brings chills to this day:
So, as we set out this year to defeat the divisive forces that would take freedom away, I want to say those fighting words for everyone within the sound of my voice to hear and to heed, and especially for you, Mr. Gore: 'From my cold, dead hands.'
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NRA Board Member and Motor City Madman tops the charts for NRAblog
Houston, Texas - Was there ever any doubt?
When it comes to finding a story that's popular with members of the National Rifle Association and the world of shooting sports, you can usually count on Uncle Ted ending up near the top. In our case, Mr. Nugent ended up at the very top.
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NRA Board of Directors renews commitment to shooting sports success
Fairfax, Virginia - Founded in 1871, the National Rifle Association set out to train civilians in the use of military arms so patriotic citizens would be fully prepared to defend our country in times of war and national crisis. We realized early on that the best method for encouraging marksmanship practice was through America's competitive spirit, leading to the creation of NRA Competitive Shooting.
Competitive shooting remains a fundamental business of the NRA and a core service to our members, acting not only as the basis for all safety and marksmanship training, but providing Americans an opportunity to safely exercise their Second Amendment right.
The NRA owes so much of its success in protecting the rights of law-abiding citizens to the clubs and associations who affiliate themselves with the organization, many of which are competitive shooting clubs.
More on the NRA's resolution to competitive shooting here...
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