National Rifle Association Launches NRA Tactical Brand

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posted on September 10, 2013
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The National Rifle Association has announced the launch of NRA Tactical, a new brand for shooting enthusiasts. NRA Tactical will feature a full-product line as an extension to the NRA Store, the official source for NRA merchandise. NRA Tactical includes not only a website, but a 24-page print catalog and both will showcase tactical gun cases, shooting accessories, apparel and more. Each product offered has been tested to meet or exceed NRA's quality standards.

“As the tactical market has grown, we’ve recognized the opportunity to extend our reach to those NRA members who seek smart, innovative, and practical gear,” said Managing Director of NRA Shows & Exhibits Jeffery Poole. “Because 100% of NRAstore profits go directly to support vital NRA programs and community services, shopping at www.NRATactical.com is a great way to contribute to the NRA’s mission of protecting the Second Amendment, while enhancing your ability to protect yourself and your family.”

For more information, visit NRATactical.com.

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