NRA Gun Guide Launches for iPhone and iPad

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posted on September 27, 2012
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9/27/2012

Have you ever been at a gun show and needed to know the specs of a certain firearm—immediately? Looking to win the next debate about calibers and models at the range? Then the NRA Gun Guide is what you've been waiting for. Available now for your iPhone and iPad, we’re happy to introduce the NRA Gun Guide App.

The NRA Gun Guide provides access to information on countless firearms with the use of an iPad. The project marks a new iteration of the hot-selling Ultimate Gun Guide, the most ambitious guidebook to contemporary guns ever produced at the time of its original publication in 2008.

You wanted more guns. You wanted a resource to help you compare and evaluate all of the great new guns emerging in today’s marketplace. Well here it is, at your fingertips.

Learn more about the App here.

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