NRA Youth Hunter Education Challenge Fosters Next Generation of Hunters
In 1985, we launched a program to facilitate friendly competition among youths 18 and younger that would advance hunting skills including wildlife identification, orienteering and rifle, shotgun and archery marksmanship. Today, thousands of hunter education volunteers and parents still conduct this program at the state and local level to produce safer, more skillful and more ardent American hunters.
Join the Hunt: Get Real About Gear
New shooters don't need the newest, most technologically advanced gear to be successful in the field. It's practice, not product, that makes perfect.
Join the Hunt: Get ’Em in the Game
Hunting requires specialized equipment, and that can overwhelm novices. Here’s how you can help.
Know-How: Make Your Blind Kid-Friendly
Hunting from a blind can be a great way to mitigate the inherent obstacles to introducing youngsters to the outdoors. To make the most of the experience, try these tips.
2018's Top Youth Hunting Gear
Here’s our list of the top youth hunting gear on the market.
Member's Hunt: Kylie's Buck
The latest edition of "Member's Hunt" comes from Jason Terrell of Burnett, Texas.
Stop Pennsylvania Game Commission from Altering Youth Hunter Policy
Despite that Pennsylvania’s mentored hunting-license program was designed to create opportunities for newcomers to hunting, a new proposal simply creates more barriers.
10 New Year's Resolutions Every Hunter Should Make
The heck with joining a gym, saving money and other cliché New Year's resolutions that nobody sticks with beyond February. How about some that involve hunting?
Kids These Days…
They say the youth of America just aren’t interested in hunting anymore. But they can’t say that about “Generation H.”