By Lars Dalseide | October 10 2012 16:55

Learn about the Programs of NRA with the NRAblog Newsletter

Are you keeping up with the latest events surrounding National Rifle Association? Not by way of the politics or the presidential election — we have NRA-ILA for that. What I'm talking about are the programs the NRA offers. Like what? How about this.

How about tracking America's best shooters at the National Rifle & Pistol Championships every year in Camp Perry? Want to go old school? Then there's the Black Powder Rifle Championships in Raton. Or the National Police Shooting Championships in Albuquerque. Or maybe you're not a competitions kind of person. That's okay ... we have something for you too.

Like following the latest donations to the National Firearms Museum. Refuse to be a Victim classes taught all across the country. The Youth Education Summit, Friends of NRA events, Hunting stories and giveaways. The point is, if you're looking for something related to the NRA, odds are that you're going to find it here.

Short of making our site your homepage, the best way to keep on top of the action is to sign up for the NRAblog Newsletter. A bi-weekly (for the time being) newsletter that sums up all of our activities.

But you came here for the top five reasons ... here you go:

  1. Not everyone can make it to the NRA Convention. Officially known as NRA's Annual Meetings & Exhibits, it's the place to gather with fellow Second Amendment supporters, hear from our officials and meet members of the headquarters staff.
  2. The National Firearms Museum is home to the finest collection of firearms in the world. On NRAblog, we get the behind the scenes look at the latest donations, exhibits and what's in the vault.
  3. SHOT Show coverage. Smack dab in the middle of Las Vegas, this is where manufacturers first reveal their products for the coming year. And unless you're a firearms dealer, retailer or journalist, you can't get in. You're not going to find better day to day coverage of SHOT Show unless you're there on the ground.
  4. Find out what the kids are doing. The NRA is bursting at the seams with programs for today's youth. From the International Youth Hunter Education Challenge to the Eddie Eagle program to the Youth Education Summit (to name a few), there's not better place to help cultivate tomorrow's shooting sports ambassadors.
  5. Everything else. It's difficult to know where to start and where to end. We have Friends of NRA events, more than 11,000 sanction shooting competitions, electronic target outings, countless firearm classes taught across the nation and our Tactical Police Competitions.

So instead of making sure that you come here to follow everything going on here at the NRA, why not make sure that the information comes to you. You can do that by signing up for the NRAblog Newsletter today. Just send an email to with "Send me the NRAblog Newsletter" in the subject line.

You won't believe what you've been missing.

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