Hammer talks about the NRA's history of women, civil rights and freedom. The NRA leader says that the recent buzz about her appointment as a "woman president" for this organization exposes the media's ignorance about the NRA. "The NRA has been teaching women to shoot for 125 years," she says. "[The NRA] fought for equal rights, civil liberties and freedom long before other organizations took up that noble cause."
NRA President Marion Hammer speaks to NRA members in Dallas, Texas.