NRA Disabled Shooting Has Hunting Laws
FAIRFAX, VA –-(AmmoLand.com)- NRA Disabled Shooting Services has compiled a listing of all rules and regulations for disabled sportsmen across the country.
Visit their website at www.nrahq.org/compete/disabled.asp and click on the State Websites for Hunting and Disabilities link. There you will find information about fees, licensing, facilities, and more.
“It’s a great tool,” said NRA Disabled Shooting Services Manager Vanessa Warner. “Whether you live in Arkansas or California or New Jersey, anyone with a physical disability and an interest in hunting can go to our website and find out what the law is in their state.
NRA Disabled Shooting Services guides more Americans with physical disabilities into hunting and outdoor activities than all other shooting sports organizations in the nation. Since its inception in 1994, NRA’s Disabled Shooting Services Program has enabled thousands of Americans with physical disabilities to enjoy a variety of shooting activities, including competitive events and hunting. For more information, contact Vanessa Warner at 703-267-1495 or send an email to [email protected]