A trip to the NRA National Sporting Arms Museum, located inside the flagship store of Bass Pro Shops in Springfield, Missouri, offers an opportunity to see several unique gun collections— such as “Hollywood Guns, “Lawmen and Outlaws of the Old West” and “Guns of the Texas Rangers.” A priceless collection of prestigious firearms lies within the cases of this beautiful museum. Stoney Roberts, manager of the museum, brought to life the various firearms of the “Competition Shooters Collection.”
The NRA America’s Rifle Challenge program has recently made waves with over 630 participants in 18 recreational training events organized since the program launched earlier this year and more to come, according to NRA training specialist Nathan Judd. No experience is required for participants, as the program is designed for shooters of all skill levels.
Pro shooter Josh Lentz shares more of his top tips for revolver competition.
One of the most coveted certificates a competitive shooter can earn is a NRA National Record. A National Record signifies that a competitor has performed at a level never reached by others. The significance of the National Record is validated by none other than the NRA Secretary.