National Youth Shooting Sports Cooperative Program
TAL-champ.jpgNRA has resources, programs and training to assist youth organizations, such as Boy Scout troops, Royal Ranger outposts, American Legion posts, JROTC units, 4-H clubs, FFA chapters, commercial summer camps and U.S. Jaycee chapters.
•NRA has gun safety materials, handbooks, videos, posters and other training aids to assist program leaders in teaching the safe gun handling and marksmanship fundamentals. For more information see the Youth Programs Resources and Information page or visit the NRA Program Materials Center.
•NRA has a variety of programs that your organization can either participate in or conduct. Programs such as Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification Shooting, NRA Day Shooting Sports Events, Youth Hunter Education Challenge and competitive shooting.
The Trump 45 Aims To Make Presidential Guns Great Again
Behold the Trump 45, the Rolls-Royce of firearms made for Donald Trump supporters and Second Amendment fans.
It's finished in 24 karat gold, made with real meteorite, and has the blessing of the NRA.
Could this limited-edition 1911 pistol engraved "TRUMP 45" make presidential firearms great again?
That's what Cabot Gun Company, a Sarver, Pennsylvania-based specialty firearms manufacturer, is aiming to find out.
Rob Bianchin, Cabot Guns' founder and CEO, reveals the golden gun has a production run limited to 45.
Only a lucky few -- ostensibly, those with thick wallets -- can afford to get their hands on the 45th President of the United States-inspired pistol.
Prices for the Trump series range from $15,000 to $35,000, and premium models are expected to fetch in excess of $50,000.
Pro-Second Amendment students hold nationwide school walkout
Students nationwide plan to march out of their classrooms Wednesday morning in support of the Second Amendment.
Some 400 schools are expected to participate in walkouts at 10 a.m. for 16 minutes, Will Riley, the high school senior who organized the national Stand for the Second demonstrations, told Fox News.
Riley, an 18-year-old who attends Carlsbad High School in New Mexico, thought media coverage of the school walkouts following the Parkland high school massacre “depicted a united front from my generation and for my generation” in support of more gun control.
“That’s a myth I wanted to dispel,” he said.
Bay Area Students Join National Walkout To Support 2nd Amendment, Gun Rights
Some students in the Bay Area and across the country were participating Wednesday in a walkout to support gun rights and the Second Amendment.
The walkout is being called, “Stand for the Second,” and supporters say it’s to protect their constitutional rights.
A group of students at San Ramon’s California High School took part in the nationwide walk out. Organizers suggested students should leave class for 16 minutes at 10 a.m.
“I know it’s hard when, you know, there’s so many people to tell you: you can’t do this, this is wrong, this is unsafe, you’re bad people for showing you believe in something that you’ve always believed in and something’s that a basic human right,” said student Hayden Fuller. “I was just proud that everyone was able to come out here and show what they actually believe in.”
B.C. continues to be ‘divided’ on Trans Mountain pipeline expansion
British Columbians continue to be torn on how they feel about the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. In a poll released on Wednesday, Ipsos Global Public Affairs found that 55 per cent of people in the province polled support the project while 37 are opposed.
But when you dig into the issue more, 63 per cent of British Columbians are concerned about a tanker incident while 82 per cent said they want to see more federal money to protect the coast.
Trudeau Uses Record-High B.C. Gas Prices To Promote Kinder Morgan Pipeline
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promoted the expansion of retail giant Amazon's technology hub in Vancouver on Monday as he used the region's record-high gas prices to continue selling the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.