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Whether these summer temperatures are turning your attention to the beach, mountains and countless other destination getaways, NRA Store Merchandise Buyer Joe Garnreiter arrives today with the perfect first step in your planning stage …
Fairfax, Virginia - When you hit the road, take to the skies or set sail on your
summer adventures, make sure that you are outfitted with the latest in NRA gear! How do you do that? Simple.
That's because the NRAstore
2014 Summer Catalog is now available. Offering a host of new and
innovative merchandise designed specifically to enhance the your lifestyle, the summer catalog is pages and pages of NRA gear.
You’re sure to find a handful of items that will make your summer one to remember. After all, this
catalog features exciting new products that reach into the double digits!
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Powder Horn held Hamilton's plans for a thriving future in the New World
Fairfax, Virginia - There are hundreds of historically significant relics in the NRA Museum collection. Most, as one might expect, fall within the firearm category. Or, at the least, within the accessory division. Such is the case in one of our most treasured items — Alexander Hamilton's powder horn.
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From Aimpoint - Aimpoint launches new Micro T-2 Sight
Chantilly, Virginia -
Aimpoint, the originator and world leader in electronic red dot sighting technology, has announced the addition of the new Micro T-2 sight to the company’s professional product line. The Micro T-2 will be available for shipment in September, 2014, and will be offered alongside the company’s existing Micro T-1 product.
Since its introduction in 2007, the Aimpoint Micro sight has become the worldwide standard for compact reflex sights. Law enforcement and military end users have embraced this sight for its compact size, durability, and extremely long battery life.
Product reviews with professional end users identified a series of desired product enhancements that have now been added to this new product... learn more about Aimpoint's new Micro T-2 Sight ...
NFM and more than 2,000 museums provide free admission for military families through Labor Day
Fairfax, Virginia - The National Firearms Museum is joining more than 2,000 museums across all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and American Samoa in this year's Blue Star Museum program. Created by the National Endowment for the Arts in a collaborative effort with Blue Star Families and the Department of Defense, Blue Star Museums provide free admission to active duty, National Guard, and Reserve military personnel and their families from Memorial Day through Labor Day 2014.
“As we kick off our fifth year of Blue Star Museums, more museums than ever are part of this military appreciation program,” said NEA Acting Chairman Joan Shigekawa. “Together with Blue Star Families and more than 2,000 museums, we are proud to help connect military families with the cultural resources in their communities.”
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Clip Watch is an oil-tanned, genuine leather bodied, stainless steel cased, mineral glassed crystal beauty
Senior Merchandise Buyer Brian Evans brings us a time saving special on Membership Monday ...
- When great products go on sale at NRAstore.com
, we want our members
to know about it. Need a belated Father’s Day present? Maybe it’s your favorite NRA
member’s birthday. Or if you’re simply looking for a deal on an awesome NRA
product, we’re here to help.
Our Genuine Leather
Hanger Clip Watch is now available at the fantastic price of $24.95. Regularly $39.95, the
Clip Watch conveniently clips to a belt loop or backpack to act as a modern-day pocket watch. If your daily duties prevent you from wearing a watch (or you simply don’t like wearing one), this will keep your wrist free, while still solving your time-telling dilemma.
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NRA Webinar covering Women on Target, Refuse to be a Victim and Wilderness Escape
Fairfax, Virginia - While NRA's programs are meant for everyone, we do have a few that specifically cater to those of female persuasion. Programs created to welcome women into the wonderful world of shooting sports. Along with said programs are awards, endowments, scholarship and matches to match. But I'm might as well be talking Klingon to most of you, right? Here's how we're going to fix that.
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Promo coed SPEEDSHIP means free shipping on all orders over $65.00
NRA Store Sales Manager Dirk Grove decided to make everything special for this Father's Day weekend ...
Fairfax, Virginia -
He taught you how to shoot, how to ride a bike, how to enjoy
the outdoors and the value of hard work. This Father’s Day, the NRAstore wants to help you give
back to the dads who’ve taught you so much.
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Fairfax mom plays hosts to 100+ shooters at NRA Women on Target event
Pam Meara, right, poses with a fellow staffer at NRA's Fairfax Women on Target event
- Events like NRA’s Women on Target clinic don’t just happen. Rigorous attention to detail and top notch organizational skills are essential for anyone looking to take on the challenge. In the case of the Fairfax Women on Target event, held a mere few weeks ago, we happen to have a grizzled veteran. None other than one Pam Meara.
“Really, I wouldn’t really say I’m a veteran,” said 3-time Fairfax organizer Meara. “I couldn’t pull any of it off without all of our wonderful volunteers.”
Channelling the skills of a Field Marshal and a Orchestra Conductor, Meara has found a way to bring together an odd collection of souls to teach the basics of firearm safety and operation to first-timer shooters. Hardly an easy task.
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Tactical Police Competition in Virginia brings out the best in shotgun skills
Fairfax, Virginia - Everyday, the men and women across America patrol the streets looking for the bad guy. Striving with every step to protect to public from the dangers which lurks around every corner. While undertaking such a monumental task, these men and women head onto the streets with a few basic tools — a pistol, a shotgun, a rifle and their wit.
Realist realize that they can't spend every day on patrol. And when they aren't on the streets, odds are they are training. Something as simple as drawing their firearm, dry firing, or practicing the latest takedown techniques. Or, as was the case last weekend here in Fairfax, taking part in an NRA Tactical Police Competition.
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