Get out and enjoy the shooting sports this fall with the NRA

A Brownells/NRA Day attendee holds up her targets

Fairfax, Virginia - The holiday season is upon us and with it comes cooler weather. There may be more and more people sporting coats outside to keep warm but that doesn't stop Brownells/NRA Days from being held.

NRA Days are a great way to get outside and see how good your aim is (or isn't). They're held all over the country and give everyone in the community, from kids to adults, some outdoor fun with the shooting sports.

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NRA Air Gun Range at Joe Gibbs Youth For Tomorrow Country Fair and Auctions

Bristow, Virginia - Earlier this month NRA's Youth Programs Department traveled down the road from headquarters to Bristow, Virginia for the 27th Joe Gibbs Youth For Tomorrow Country Fair and Auctions. The event is a wonderful day of country fun for the entire family, featuring great music, food, and activities.

Hosted by Washington Redskins Hall of Fame coach Joe Gibbs, the fair benefits Youth For Tomorrow, a residential youth home and private school for at-risk teenage boys and girls.

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Fairfax, Virginia - In Friends of NRA's fifth episode last season, Matt got invited out to an NRA Day in South Dakota to celebrate youth shooting sports. Joining up with Clayton Pederson, Field Rep to both Dakotas, Matt treked out to see what the SportsFest was all about.

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Salem County Sportmen's Club holds 10th annual NRA Day

Firing a cannon to open NRA Day at the Salem County Sportsmen’s Club

Carney's Point, New Jersey - NRA Days are fun-filled family affairs. It's an opportunity to spend the day surrounded with all kinds of shooting sports activities in a safe community environment. Up in New Jersey, at the Salem County Sportsmen’s Club, they held their very own NRA Day this past weekend.

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Have some fun this autumn with the shooting sports and the NRA

Children hold up their targets at an NRA Day in Virginia

It has officially been Autumn for five days in the United States, even if it doesn't quite feel that way in some places. Crisp afternoons and evenings are creeping in among the last hot days of the year and people are now enjoying sweat-free days outside. 

A great way to enjoy what many people say is their favorite time of year is by attending a Brownells/NRA Day. These events are held all over the country and give everyone in the community, from kids to adults, some outdoor fun with the shooting sports.

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NRA Days in Massachusetts, Illinois and more as weather gets cool

Kids have fun after crafts at a Wisconsin NRA Day

Our run of warm weather may be coming to a close in preparation for the fall, but that doesn't mean people will stop enjoying the outdoors.

One great way that you can have fun is at a Brownells/NRA Day event. Held all over the country, these community activities let adults, kids, families, hunters, sportsmen, competitors - basically everyone - to learn more about, or improving their skill at, the shooting sports.

NRA Days have themes for the activities they provide and are not all the same. But all events are hands-on and typically outdoors, letting you can discover the shooting sports in a safe, controlled, beautiful environment.

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Landon Fellhoelter of Ness City, Kansas takes a shot at Camp Thunder on NRAblog

Summer is the perfect time to get out of the house and enjoy the shooting sports.

And what better way to have fun with others - even your whole family - than at a Brownells/NRA Day event. These community activities are great opportunities for adults, kids, families, hunters, sportsmen, competitors and basically everyone to have some fun learning more about, or improving their skill at, the shooting sports.

All NRA Days have a theme and are provide exposure to a different side of competitive shooting. Events are hands-on and typically outdoors, meaning you can discover the shooting sports in a safe, controlled environment.

NRA Day staff are some of the frendliest people around and want to see everyone have fun at their events. If you've never been to an NRA Day and have even the slightest interest, contact someone putting on an NRA Day near you and see what they have to say.

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A competition themed NRA Day event in Illinois

It's summer. The United States is warm all over - a little too warm in some places - and it's a great time to get out of the house and enjoy the outdoors.

One activity you can bring your sunglasses and sun screen to is an NRA Day event. These community activities are great opportunities for adults, kids, families, hunters, sportsmen, competitors, and basically everyone to have some fun learning more about, or getting better at, the shooting sports.

NRA Days are theme-based and each one provides exposure to a different side of competitive shooting. You aren't going to be sitting at a desk at an NRA Days. Events are hands-on and typically outdoors, meaning you can discover the shooting sports in a safe, controlled environment while working on your tan.

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NRA Day brings out thousands of shooters in Illinois

Illinois State Rifle Association Bonfield, Illinois - On Saturday June 23rd, an incredible NRA Day Family Shoot took place in Illinois. In what was described by Illinois State Rifle Association President Richard Pearson as “The Big One,” the five-hour event saw approximately 2,409 people come out to shoot at the Association’s Headquarters Range. The direct objective was to get new people out to the range. With 40% of the people at the event having no experience shooting, that objective was certainly accomplished.

After a standard NRA safety briefing, participants stood in a line that at times stretched more than a hundred yards. Waiting for them at the firing line was a choice of rifles, pistols, shotguns, air guns, and even some bows provided by the nearly twenty sponsoring organizations. Receiving personalized training from an assigned instructor, novice and experienced shooters alike where allowed five to ten shots depending on the firearm.

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