Originally slated to occur in mid-May, the National Rifle Association's 2021 Annual Meetings & Exhibits are now rescheduled for Sept. 3-5 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in Houston, Tex. The 2021 NRA Annual Meetings will celebrate NRA's 150th anniversary as the oldest civil-rights organization in the country.
Due to the uncertainties surrounding COVID-19 restrictions in 2021 and the impending rollout of a vaccine, NRA made the decision to reschedule its 150th anniversary celebration to give members and exhibitors a chance to make necessary plans. To date, more than 850 exhibitors will provide show-goers with a look at the latest firearms, ammunition and accessories available.
The NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits is free for all NRA members, while some special events do require tickets. The organization plans to have a powerhouse lineup of political speakers, as well as an event exclusively for women exploring their right to keep and bear arms. Country music artists, seminars, workshops and more are available for the celebration of a lifetime.
Stay up to date with the latest announcements on the 150th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits by visiting nraam.org.