By Lars Dalseide | April 7 2012 18:13

J.R. Robbins has been working on the front lines of hunting for decades. As Managing Editor for NRAHuntersRights.org, he's heard story after story about how the lands and opportunities America use to enjoy when it comes to hunting has been evaporating before our very eyes. That's why he is the perfect choice to head up the “What NRA Does for Hunters” seminar at the 2012 Annual Meetings and Exhibits next week in St. Louis.

Sponsored by Cabela's, J.R. will be joined by NRA President David Keene, General Operations Executive Director Kayne Robinson, NRA-ILA Hunting Policy Manager Darren La Sorte and others to take another look at issues such as:

  • Attempts to prohibit traditional ammunition
  • Arbitrary closures of public land to recreational shooting
  • Declines in the number of hunters
  • And more ...

If this sounds like the seminar for you, then make sure your schedule is open on Saturday the 14th at 3pm. J.R. and the rest of the crew will be in Room 264 of America’s Center Convention Complex.

Protecting the right to hunt is something we all should focus on. So if you're going to be in St. Louis for the NRA Convention, give this panel on “What NRA Does for Hunters” the recognition it deserves.

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