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NRA's Adaptive Product Database Goes Live

The NRA Adaptive Shooting Program and Business Alliance announced the launch of the online Adaptive...

Arkansas Governor Signs Bill Creating Lifetime Resident Hunting License for Disabled Veterans

Disabled veteran residents in Arkansas will have a new lifetime hunting and fishing license available...

Hunting in Graham Hill's Tracks

An able-bodied outdoorsman wheels a mile in the shoes of a disabled hunter to gain...

Idaho Discount Highlights Veteran Hunting Programs Nationwide

A Navy veteran and his buddy discover discounted hunting in Idaho. The program highlights similar...

Nevada Program Shines Light on Wheelchair Hunting

With the help of several volunteers, a program known as Nevada Outdoorsmen in Wheelchairs gets...

What to Do With a Tag You Can't Use

Ever been rewarded with a game tag that you honestly don't have the time or...

Nebraska Man Raises Funds for Disabled Hunting Buddy

When a degenerative disease makes it nearly impossible for a Nebraska man to hunt, his...

Accessibility Offers Possibility

With approximately 33 million disabled individuals living in the United States today, the Annual National...

The Guthrie Bird

When his cherished hunting partner unexpectedly passes away, the author realizes the best way to...

Hunting Partner Profile: Junior and Jay

Part of the fun of being in camp is getting acquainted with the other hunters....

Hunting with Disabilities

Communication is the key to getting a hunter with disabilities into the field comfortably.

Waterfowler Numbers Take a Dive

Recent trends indicate that waterfowlers are ditching their duck blinds for deer stands.