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Theresa Vail is a beauty queen and avid hunter who also serves her country in the National Guard.
Chuck Holton spends much of his time in third-world countries and war zones, giving him a unique perspective on the U.S.
Spending her youth hunting gave MiMi Falb a unique appreciation for a hunter's role in preserving the natural world.
Veteran Air Force fighter pilot Scott O’Grady knows our freedom as Americans won’t survive without sacrifice.
A match competitor and managing editor of GunUp, Shelley Rae works to promote a healthy shooting lifestyle.
Best-selling author Brad Thor is moving away from Chicago because of its widespread disrespect for gun owners.
Beauty queen turned self-defense trainer Nikki Turpeaux has recently joined the NRA News Commentator team.
“Top Shot” Champion Chris Cheng is sharing his experience as a gay shooter with others.
When Gabby Franco began shooting in Venezuela, at age 11, she had no idea how far it would take her.
Twenty-two-year-old Sarah Beard is following in her father's footsteps in hopes of Olympic gold.
Balancing two elite fighting careers keeps Tim Kennedy on his toes.
Retired U.S. Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell discusses the importance of sharing the truth and honoring his brothers.
A political strategist, Laura Carno is using her media company to educate citizens about political topics.
NRA News Commentator Austin Weiss uses social media to educate about the importance of preserving rights.
Get to know Lena Miculek, one of America's top women 3-gun shooters.
When GunGoddess.com creator Athena Means hits the range, you'll recognize her as the lady with the bling!
NRA News Commentator Billy Johnson believes it's everyone's responsibility to stand up and speak out.
Mother and shooting instructor Tatiana Whitlock works tirelessly to get more women interested in shooting.
Not your typical high school student, Matti Warren is a vocal Second Amendment advocate.
On her way to a medical career, Ashley Hlebinsky stumbled upon something she enjoyed even more — firearms history.
NRA's Office of Advancement Executive Director Tyler Schropp works to defend our firearm freedoms.
Professional shooter Athena Lee was introduced to the sport in a small town in the Philippines.
Former U.S. Navy SEAL Aaron Reed has lived a life of service for his country.
A cop and 3-gun competitor, Dianna Liedorff believes the Second Amendment means what it says.
Avid hunter and shooter Kyle Weaver serves as Executive Director of NRA General Operations.
She's not your typical teenager. Meet Molly Smith, the 16-year-old Junior Captain of Team Smith & Wesson.
Haley Heath talks about hunting, kids and passing on a family tradition.
Champion shotgun shooter Jon Michael McGrath has won 22 world titles and nine national titles.
Rape victim Amanda Collins fights for the right of women to protect themselves and their families.
Josh Powell is a master-class sporting clays shooter who has competed all over the world.
Julie Golob is a 13-time USPSA Ladies National Champion and 7-time World Speed Shooting Champion.
A Second Amendment advocate and YouTube sensation, Colion Noir is a contributor to NRA News.
When Navy SEAL Dom Raso left the military, he knew his job of defending freedom wasn't yet finished.
Natalie Foster is the girl behind Girls Guide to Guns, as well as an NRA News Commentator.
Thirteen-year-old 3-gun shooter Katie Francis shoots in competitions around the country.
J.R. Salzman first shot a gun at age 8, and he's used guns to defend his life and the lives of fellow soldiers.
Cam Edwards is host of the Cam & Co. show, seen and heard on NRA News, Sportsman Channel and SiriusXM.
Kim Rhode is the only American to ever win an individual medal in five consecutive Olympic games.
This trapshooter has won medals all over the world, including bronze in the 2008 Olympics. Meet Corey Cogdell.
Jessie Duff is one of the most accomplished shooters — male or female — in America today.