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NRA Life of Duty sponsored by Smith & Wesson | A Tribute to Chris Kyle

NRA Life of Duty sponsored by Smith & Wesson | A Tribute to Chris Kyle

NRA Life Of Duty

NRA Life Of Duty

Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- From the 2013 NRA Annual Meetings in Houston, Texas:

Christopher Scott “Chris” Kyle was a US Navy SEAL and known as one of the most decorated snipers in American history. He was a veteran and a warrior, but many knew him as an extremely loving husband and father.

“The best way to describe Chris,” his wife, Taya, says, “is extremely multifaceted”.

To the husbands and wives of our nation’s service members, thank you for your unyielding pride, patience and sacrifice – and for supporting those who support our country.

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Nearly five million members strong, NRA continues to uphold the Second Amendment and remains the nation’s leader in firearm education and training for law-abiding gun owners, law enforcement and the armed services.

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  • 5 User comments to “NRA Life of Duty – A Tribute to Chris Kyle”

    1. Chris Kyle’s snipping talents saved more American lives than you can imagine.HBH

    2. God Bless you Chris Kyle
      rest in peace Warrior

    3. Thank you Chris Kyle for the lives you saved, the sons your efforts allowed to come home to loved ones and the sacrifice you gave for us and America. God Bless you and your parents who brought you into this world. Rest in Peace. Jim

    4. bighonk on May 12, 2013 at 7:55 AM said:

      the word hero does not begin to describe the love chris had for his country, and fellow warriors. the countless number of other young warriors he saved by using his skills, and talent, are none short of remarkable. he was a true American, that would back our flag at any cost, but still being a loving husband, father, and friend to many. I have read his book, American sniper, and got so engrossed that I felt like I knew him, in so many ways. he just seemed so natural, and approachable, like a stranger could stop him, and ask him anything. if you haven’t read his book, pick up a copy, you won’t be sorry. to taya, and his children, I hope you find peace.

    5. God Bless you Chris, I had just finished reading your book when this tragedy happened. I will never believe that your murderer was not payed by some one to eliminate you either in retaliation our to prevent you from using your talent again. Rest in peace. May God embrace you and your family for ever.

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