By Danielle Sturgis | March 28 2010 07:25

NRA HQ here in Fairfax, VA, is a popular place on the weekend. Sometimes it's a Boy Scout lock-in at the Museum; other times it's an instructional course for area hunters, competitors, collectors, or trainers. NRA's Bill Poole, Director of Education and Training Division, brings us the following special report:

The National Rifle Association's Headquarters auditorium served as the location for a gathering of seasoned and aspiring turkey hunters looking to expand their turkey hunting skills on Saturday, March 27. The event attracted more than 50 attendees and was sponsored by the the National Capital Chapter of SCI and the NRA Hunter Services Department.

Lead Instructor Ted Griner said, "It's a privilege to partner with NRA to help educate hunters on the basics of turkey hunting and the use of calls."

Matt Fleming, NRA Hunter Services Hunter Clinic Instructor Program coordinator, said, "There are hunters all over America who want to become better at hunting. Partnering with Safari Club International is a great way to reach out and help."

Stay tuned for more from Poole and the NRA Hunter Services Department!
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