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NRA: Still Training Law Enforcement

With the establishment of its Law Enforcement Division, the National Rifle Association ensured that today's police have access to the training necessary to do their jobs well.

NRA & Police: More Than A Century Of Service

Arms & The Man, this magazine’s predecessor, published a landmark article by Frank J. Kahrs in 1916 calling for marksmanship training for our nation’s police. In 1923, the magazine would become The American Rifleman.

2nd Annual NRA Carry Guard Expo Comes to Virginia

Don't miss the defense-oriented gathering of the year.

NRA Police Training Programs Give Officers a Tactical Edge

NRA Law Enforcement Instructor Development courses, designed to prepare officers for real, on-the-job situations, provide solid training investment for police departments.

2016 NRA National Matches: Results

The National Matches, considered America’s “World Series of the Shooting Sports,” have been a tradition at Camp Perry, Ohio, since 1907.

Protect and Serve

The murder of two police officers in New York just before Christmas emphasizes the daily dangers of law enforcement.

NRA's National Police Shooting Championships Return to Albuquerque

This month's NRA National Police Shooting Championships (NPSC) held at Albuquerque's Shooting Range Park should see more than 700 police officers, federal agents and lawmen flocking its grounds.

Home of the Brave

Memories and her children are what kept American Rifleman Editorial Assistant Holly Miller going after Sept. 11.

A Half-Century of Service

The NRA Law Enforcement Division celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

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