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2012 Annual Meetings: What NRA Does for Hunters

This 2012 NRA Annual Meetings presentation will bring you up to date on the most serious threats to hunters' rights, and what the NRA is doing to protect them.

3/13/2012

Date: Saturday, April 14, 2012
Time: 3 p.m.
Location: America’s Center Convention Complex
, Room 264
Moderator: J.R. Robbins, Managing Editor of nrahuntersrights.org

Speakers: Kayne Robinson, Executive Director, NRA General Operations; Susan Recce, Director, Conservation, Wildlife and Natural Resources, NRA-ILA; Darren La Sorte, Manager, Hunting Policy, NRA-ILA; John Joines, Range Services Specialist and Bob Davis, Manager, NRA Hunter Services

Seminar: What NRA Does for Hunters

Seminar Summary: This session will bring you up to date on the most serious threats to hunters’ rights, such as:

-Difficulty accessing public hunting lands
-Attempts to prohibit traditional ammunition
-Red tape and burdensome regulations that discourage hunters
-Arbitrary closures of public land to recreational shooting
-Bans on Sunday hunting
-The mounting influence of animal rights’ groups on hunting and wildlife issues  
-Declines in the number of hunters

Check nrahuntersrights.org for updates and more details as they develop. For the full schedule of the 2012 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits, go to nraam.org.

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