Coming Soon: New American Hunter Digital Edition

NRA’s flagship magazines are being retooled in all-new digital editions designed especially for iPad and desktop computers.


NRA’s flagship magazines are being retooled in all-new digital editions designed especially for iPad and desktop computers. The easy-to-navigate format gives readers more efficient access to the same award-winning editorial coverage and graphic design found in the print versions of American Rifleman and American Hunter, and will make online reading quicker and more convenient than ever.

“NRA Publications is now using the very latest, high-tech tools to create digital magazines that equal anything on the market and are far ahead of other shooting and hunting journals,” announced Joe Graham, Executive Director.

“iPad users can now take our digital magazines anywhere and will appreciate the intuitive touch-screen control. The efficiency of being able to scroll both horizontally and vertically through pages makes for smarter and better reading. But desktop readers aren’t left out. They, too can log-on to all the expert articles and top-notch photography. Bonus text blocks, videos and photo galleries help to make the new digital editions the best NRA has ever produced.

“We know how much NRA members value their magazines, but we also know NRA members are busy. And so we are employing every means available to provide the information and features they want, with the most convenient access and reading experience technology can provide,” said Graham.

Initially, the new digital American Rifleman and American Hunter will be offered for free trial to all NRA members. 

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14 Responses to Coming Soon: New American Hunter Digital Edition

Theresa wrote:
January 29, 2015

An app for the Kindle Fire HDX would be fantastic!

Ron Ruedger wrote:
January 29, 2014

Kindle fire HD support would be much appreciated from a thirty year life member

phillip blevins wrote:
January 03, 2014

Will it work on my kindle fire and how and when can I get it

Terry wrote:
October 20, 2013

I think the .pdf version was good as well, please bring it back so I can continue to read it on my Nook!

Richard wrote:
August 27, 2013

Make sure Android can use it as well.

Doug wrote:
April 06, 2013

It is great for the iPad crowd - how about the Nook HD+ crowd?

kd wrote:
March 28, 2013

Android!!!!!!!!!! Please!!!!!!!!!! We have three Android tablets

Bob wrote:
March 28, 2013

When I renew my membership to NRA will I get an option to receive my mag in paper form or digital?

Lawrence Wise wrote:
March 27, 2013

Has the NRA considered offering the digital format rather than the hard copy to save postage costs?

DickA wrote:
March 27, 2013

PLEASE, don't forget the 'android' tablets. Not everyone wants an iPad. We are anxiously awaiting the 'coming soon'!

Jory wrote:
March 26, 2013

Will this work on an iPod?

Roger H wrote:
March 25, 2013

I would actually prefer this to the print version, if they add an aneroid version (preferably also for kindle) . They could even keep the print version if I have access to previous issues. This could be cheaper for them and more convenient for us.

Johnny Taylor wrote:
March 04, 2013

Will it work on Samsung Galaxy (Android) ?

Clay wrote:
February 28, 2013

PLEASE!!! When I first indicated I wanted both Hunter and Rifleman, I thought they were for the iPad. I can't wait for those to show up. Any idea when?