NRA's Adaptive Product Database Goes Live

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posted on November 30, 2019
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Are you looking for the tools and technology to make hunting more accessible? The NRA Adaptive Shooting Program and Business Alliance announced the launch of the online Adaptive Product Database to provide members with information on businesses delivering services, gear and training to assist individuals with disabilities enjoy shooting and the great outdoors.

“People of all ability levels are heading into the outdoors to take part in the shooting sports at impressive levels,” said Dr. Joe Logar, national manager of NRA’s Adaptive Shooting Program. “This database provides a one-stop resource to ensure they can make the most out of those experiences.”

According to the most current census data, there are approximately 74 million Americans that identify as disabled. That number is growing. As a group, they are generally under-represented in the shooting sports, personal protection and hunting communities.

“Helping people find their way back to the outdoors is incredibly rewarding,” said Dr. Logar, “hopefully this database will make that journey a little bit easier.”

For more information, visit adaptiveshooting.nra.org/resources.

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