Outdoor Companies to Sponsor NRA's New Outdoor Channel Show

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posted on January 3, 2014
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The National Rifle Association has announced the sponsors for "NRA All Access," a series that premiers Sunday January 5, 2014, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on the Outdoor Channel. Along with the title sponsor Taurus are DiamondBack Airboats, Rossi, Heritage Manufacturing, Lockton Insurance, Carl Zeiss Sports Optics, Weatherby, Pyramyd Air, Hornady Manufacturing and Boyt Harness. Closed captions are provided by Legacy Quest Outdoors.

“The NRA is grateful to work with so many supporters of our country’s shooting heritage to bring NRA All Access to life,” said Executive Director of NRA General Operations Kyle Weaver. “Our family of five million members has many stories detailing the important role the NRA plays in Second Amendment issues and the outdoor lifestyle.”

“NRA All Access” is a year-round show that introduces viewers to the NRA's relationship with entertainers, athletes, veterans, and everyday gun-owning Americans who participate in the shooting sports tradition. From entertaining and educational storytelling to eye-opening exclusive interviews, audiences will get a first-hand look into the programs and people of the NRA. Each episode in the half-hour series, anchored by Matt and Jessie Duff, covers two feature stories and explores shooting concepts in a segment called Firearm Science.

Learn more about “NRA All Access” at www.nraallaccess.com.

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