By Kyle Jillson | May 11 2012 07:42

A member of Project Enduring Pride takes aim with a SIG P230 at the NRA Range

A group of around 20 combat wounded veterans from Project Enduring Pride visited NRA Headquarters and, along with friends and family, were treated to a tour of the National Firearms Museum as well as a chance to get some target practice in at the NRA Range.

Donated from the museum's collection and generous volunteers, there was a wide variety of firearms at every lane. A MAC-10, M-4 Carbine, SOCOM-16, Ruger Mini-14, FN SCAR, Browning Automatic Rifle, SIG P230 and H&K UMP were just some of the available guns these brave men and women could try out.

Shooting an M-4 Carbine on auto at the NRA Range

None of this would have been possible without the support of our generous sponsors and volunteers. NRA Customer Service Specialist Debbie Crews put on a great event for our brave soldiers and everyone walked away with smiles on their faces.

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