NSSF is the trade association for America's firearms industry.
Our mission: To promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports.
NSSF is the trade association for America's firearms industry.
It's mission: To promote, protect and preserve hunting and the shooting sports.
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Taking a Closer Look at Youth Firearms Injuries

This week, research will be presented at the Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting examining firearm injuries among youth in 2012. Spoiler alert: the problem is not firearms.



Who Needs To Know Retailing? Everyone

People who sell merchandise directly to the public are called “retailers.” Their profitability and survival rests with their knowledge of retailing lore.



Oregon Bucks Trends and Grew 2016 Hunter Ranks

Oregon’s woods and wetlands saw a bit more hunter traffic in 2016. Much of the increase came from a welcome reclassification in the way the state sells youth licenses by combining hunting and fishing licenses.



Increase Margins with Firearms Handling Training Programs

A well-designed, comprehensive and strategically implemented firearms handling training program can provide higher margins to a shooting range than any other revenue source.



You May Be Surprised to Know… Hunters Saved Species with the Reintroduction & Management of Wildlife [INFOGRAPHIC]

This infographic can be used to educate the public about hunters’ contributions to the restoration of many animal species.



Washington Post Seems to Believe ISIS Propaganda on Buying Guns in U.S.

Not surprisingly, ISIS is wrong about another aspect of how things work in the United States. According to the Washington Post, terrorist propaganda materials argue it is easy to obtain a firearm in the U.S. with no ID and no background check. While the materials make it clear that one cannot walk into a federally […]



High School Trap Team Gets its Yearbook Photo, After Fighting for It

You may have heard the recent story about the trapshooting team at Big Lake High School in Minnesota that was initially excluded from having a photo in the yearbook because their team photo included their equipment, shotguns.



2017 NSSF Boy Scout Grant Program Goes Live

BSA Councils can receive a portion of $100,000 in NSSF-provided grant funds to develop or expand their troop activities in target shooting and marksmanship.