The National Rifle Association is America's longest-standing civil rights organization. We're proud defenders of history's patriots and diligent protectors of the Second Amendment.
Now in a third century of service, NRA celebrates a future defined by a growing group of accomplished individuals.
When Gabby Franco began shooting in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, at age 11, she had no idea how far it would take her.
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