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NRA Personal Protection Expo Announced

The National Rifle Association proudly announces the launch of the NRA Personal Protection Expo August 25-27, 2017 at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

First Look: EarzOn Custom Hearing Protection

All shooters and hunters are aware they need hearing protection to help prevent hearing loss, with custom-fit products often representing the upper-end of this market. With this in mind, WildEar has debuted its own custom-fit hearing protection called EarzOn.

SHOT Show 2018: Top Ear Protection

As hunters, we know that protecting our hearing is an essential aspect of any shooting sport. At SHOT Show 2018, we talked with some of the top ear protection companies to get the inside scoop on the best ear protection on the market today.

Browning Adds to Hearing Protection Line for 2017

Browning has added two new products to its line of hearing protection for 2017: the Cadence Electronic Hearing Protector and the Behind the Head Hearing Protector.

Victory for Hunters: U.S. Customs and Border Protection Drops New Regulations

Rejoice! The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced today that it is returning to its previous system of facilitating the international transport of personal firearms and ammunition.

SportEAR Donates Hearing Protection and Portion of Sales to Wounded Veterans Waterfowl Club

In honor of Memorial Day, SportEAR is partnering with the Wounded Veterans Waterfowl Club (WVWC) to give combat veterans a free day in the field. Axil, the parent company of SportEAR, is donating hearing protection and a portion of this week's sales to the WVWC. A portion of all sales generated between Monday, May 30 and Friday, June 3 will be donated.

Bear Protection

Springtime is here, and that means that bears are awakening from their winter slumber. When they wake up, they’re very hungry.

Target Tarps Provide Year-Round Target Protection

A Target Tarp saves you money by providing your archery target with year-round protection from the elements.

NRA Stands with Sportsmen, Backs Hearing Protection Act

While firearm suppressors protect hunters’ and shooters’ hearing, their regulation under the National Firearms Act of 1934 requires buyers to fill out an application, pay a $200 tax and go through a time-consuming background check—and that’s in the 41 states that permit them.

Hunters, Hear This: New Solutions for Hearing Enhancement and Protection

A lifetime of shooting takes its toll. Here’s how to reconnect to the rest of the world.

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