Of course the annual NRA Meetings and Exhibits is packed with good folks, guns and Second Amendment fervor, but you may not realize the growing number of country music acts that take the stage both after hours and during the show itself. Inasmuch, this annual gathering has evolved from a business-like affair to a near-continuous live event where members can expect to not only be enlightened but entertained.
NRA Country and Military Warriors Support Foundation presented homes to three combat wounded heroes May 21, 2016, at the "NRA Presents Toby Keith with special guest Chris Janson" concert at Louisville's YUM! Center, a key event during the 145th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits.
Nighthawk Custom, the Berryville, Ark., gun maker best known for its top-of-the-line 1911 pistols, has created quite a buzz at the 145th NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits by rolling out a new line of revolvers for hunting, personal protection and competitive shooting.
The NRA Hunters' Leadership Forum rallies the troops and reaffirms its commitment as the financial backbone needed to win America's culture war on hunting.
There's no denying that the Savage A17 has been popular since its release last year. So it's no surprise that we're starting to see after-market accessories for the little .17 HMR semi-auto. First among them is the new 25-round magazine from Butler Creek.
Winchester's turning 150, and we've got to say—the company is looking pretty good for its age. As such, it's celebrating the landmark anniversary by bringing an array of legendary firearms to the 145th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Louisville this weekend.