By Lars Dalseide | September 3 2012 08:25

Outside the NRA on Labor Day

Fairfax, Virginia The first Labor Day was celebrated approximately 130 years ago today. Intended as a day of recognition to the American worker, it also marks the end of summer, the beginning of the school year and the beginning of football season. At the very least, it's a day off of work.

Here at the NRA, it means our season of competitions, travel and events is almost complete. The last big one on the agenda is the National Police Shooting Championship in Albuquerque, New Mexico ... but we'll save that for later posts.

So whether you're celebrating the opening of college football, prepping for that first day of school or enjoying the last day of summer, those of us here at the NRA wish you well on this Labor Day.

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