NRA Family is the newest Web offering from NRA Publications. Formerly known as NRA Family InSights, the website is updated daily with articles, blogs, news, and more, that caters to the unique needs of American families that own guns. It’s free of charge, and as an optional free three-times-per-month digital newsletter to alert readers to the latest site updates.
Fairfax, VA — NRA Publications, your leading source for news and information about firearm ownership and the shooting sports, is pleased to announce the debut of its newest web property: NRA Family (www.nrafamily.org). NRA Family, previously known as NRA Family InSights (www.nrafamilyinsights.org), is a free website updated daily with articles, blogs, videos and news. NRA Family is designed to cater to the unique needs of American families that own guns, with realistic how-to advice on topics such as safe firearm storage, introducing new shooters and hunters to the sports, outdoor family destinations and entertainment, personal protection tips, historical firearms and figures, gun and gear reviews, news for NRA families, Olympic shooting sports and more.
“NRA Family was created to serve the millions of NRA families in America,” states Doug Hamlin, Executive Director of NRA Publications. “Rather than addressing a specific sport or interest, we’re adopting a holistic approach that includes the needs of mothers, fathers, kids and grandparents who are both eager to learn, and to pass their knowledge on to the next generation.”
NRA Family is available to anyone at any time, free of charge, by accessing www.nrafamily.org. For added convenience, readers can opt into a free three-times-per-month digital newsletter to alert readers to the latest site updates here: www.nrafamily.org/sign-up-for-updates. “We welcome readers to interact, give us feedback, and share their own family’s stories by ‘liking’ NRA Family on Facebook and Twitter,” continues Hamlin. “This will be an experience in which the whole family can participate together.”
About the National Rifle Association
Established in 1871, the National Rifle Association is America’s oldest civil rights and sportsmen’s group. Five million members strong, NRA continues its mission to uphold Second Amendment rights and is the leader in firearm education and training for law-abiding gun owners, law enforcement and the military. Visit http://nra.org.
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