New Features Added to NRAhuntersrights.org

New Features Added to NRAhuntersrights.org

NRAhuntersrights.org
NRAhuntersrights.org

FAIRFAX, VIRGINIA - -(OutDoorWire.com)- If you’ve ever searched in vain for a hunting law in a state you want to hunt, or if lies from anti-hunters have you confused about what’s fact and what’s fiction when it comes to lead ammunition, www.NRAhuntersrights.org has added two new features to give hunters quick and easy access to both sets of information.

The first new feature is an interactive map of the United States providing direct links to the hunting laws in all 50 states. Just click on the tab “State Hunting Laws” at the top of the Hunters’ Rights homepage and then click on the state you want to hunt to find current rules and regulations.

Also new to the site is a list of answers to the most frequently asked questions about the health concerns associated with consuming game harvested with traditional lead ammunition. This FAQ, located in the top right corner of the homepage, will set the record straight on the lead issue and help to dispel any myths about lead ammunition being espoused by anti-hunting groups. This section will be updated often as new research and information on lead ammunition becomes available.

While you’re visiting these new sections, don’t forget to send photos of game you harvested this season for our “Trophy Gallery” section, and be sure to check out the updated Hunters’ Blog and recently-launched Open Season discussion forum.

Developed by NRA in response to escalating threats to hunting, www.NRAhuntersrights.org is a one-stop source for the most up-to-date information about hunters’ rights and what NRA is doing to protect them. Whether it’s a proposed ban on hunting ammunition, the closure of public hunting lands, or regulations that are actually driving people out of the sport, NRA is at work on every front to ensure your continued right to hunt.

For the latest information about what NRA is doing to protect the future of hunting, visit www.NRAhuntersrights.org.

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