“The NRA Whittington Center Youth Adventure Camp is one of America’s best outdoor youth camps in the country, and we are proud to continue our partnership with them,” said Kristi Drawe, director of marketing for Aguila Ammunition/Texas Armament & Technology. Aguila Ammunition/TxAT. donated 50,000 rounds of .22 Long Rifle, along with 6,000 12-ga. shotshells to the 501(c)(3), non-profit Whittington Center. “Our two-week camps allow boys and girls, age 13-17, the opportunity to learn everything from shooting and hunting fundamentals to firearm safety, marksmanship and basic survival skills,” said NRA Whittington Center Adventure Camp Coordinator Eric Whaley. “During this time, campers will each fire more than 1,200 rounds of ammunition. We are so grateful to Aguila Ammunition for donating this ammunition and ensuring that future generations enjoy the shooting sports. Without generous donations from within our industry, the Adventure Camp wouldn’t be possible.” nrawc.org
Aguila Ammunition Supports Youth Camp
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