Camera Crew captures staff and shooting legend Wigger in Virginia
Fairfax, Virginia - Do you ever watch NRANews?
Maybe you only listen to them on SiriusXM Satellite Radio?
The only real difference between the two are the bumpers. So what's that?
Bumpers are the commercials that play between interviews. If you listen to the show on SiriusXM then you hear regular radio commercials. But if you watch Cam & Company on NRANews.com then you get the bumpers. Personally, I'm a bumpers guy. That's because the bumpers feature my people.
My people are the men and women who help run the programs on the NRA. And that's who NRANews was here to interview today.
People like Matt Fleming from NRA Hunter Services. Matt got five minutes to talk about all the benefits NRA provides for hunters including the Youth Hunter Education Challenge, hunter safety clinics and the Great American Hunting & Outdoor Show.
Or National Pistol Manager Tom Hughes (pictured above). Covering everything from the MidwayUSA/NRA Bianchi Cup in Missouri to the National Pistol Championships at Camp Perry, Tom is on top of everything in the NRA Pistol world.
"We can't always fit all the people who run NRA's programs on the show," said NRANews Executive Producer John Popp. "By using them for our online bumpers, they actually get more airplay then a regular interview because we'll use those bumpers for months."
So who else did we have on today's docket? Plenty.
Ruthann Sprague shared the latest from our Refuse to be a Victim department, new NRA Museum Special Projects Caroline Simms pitching specials at the Museum gift shop, and a legend from the world of smallbore shooting.
"Fate has smiled upon us today my friend," said NRA Rifle Manager HQ Moody. "The legendary Lones Wigger is here and available."
Winner of more than eighty national titles, twelve international titles and five Olympic medals, Wigger was in town to meet with Moody and the NRA Smallbore department. No stranger to the spotlight, he stood side-by-side with Moody as the cameras went live.
"That's why we come to NRA Headquarters," said Popp. "You never know what's going to fall into your lap."