By Kyle Jillson | July 7 2012 09:25
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.

You'll be hard pressed to find friendlier people working and attending these events. If you've never been to one and are at all interested, see what's coming up in your area.

Here are your NRA Day events for July:

Youth Sportsfest Events
Participants are introduced to the fun and excitement of shooting sports in a safe, positive, and educational environment. Events have age limits, so be sure to check before registering. 

  • July 28 
    East Aurora Fish and Game Club; East Aurora, NY
    Ages 12-18 
    Learn & experience Conservation, Shooting Safety and Dog Handling 
    Try your hand at skeet, trap, smallbore, muzzleloading and archery
    Lunch included
    Sugn up by July 18, 2012
    (716) 652-0229
  • July 30
    Aliquippa Bucktails; Aliquippa, PA
    Ages 10-15 - Only 30 slots
    Archery, Air Rifle, Shotgun, .22 Rifle, Fishing Techniques and Retrieving Dog Demos 
    Call Mike at (724) 777-1681
    mikv625@verizon.net

Interested in holding an NRA Day at your club or range? Contact NRA Day Program Coordinator Claudia Olsen at nraday@nrahq.org or 703-267-1597 for more information. Remember, NRA Days can be tailored to the needs of your club, community or based on your resources.

Not only can you introduce new folks and families to the shooting sports, but you can show off the programs and activities offered at your club or range.

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