Share Your Hunting Photos, Stories with NRA
FAIRFAX, Va.—-(AmmoLand.com)-If you have a picture of a young hunter grinning ear to ear with his first deer, or if you took that buck of a lifetime and want the whole world to know about it, send the photo to www.NRAhuntersrights.org for posting on the site’s Trophy Gallery. All hunters are welcome to share their photos, and what constitutes a trophy is completely up to you!
Simply e-mail your picture to [email protected] and put “Trophy Gallery” in the subject line. All photos should be sharp, tasteful, and display safe gun handling practices. Include the following information with your submission:
- • Your name and hometown
- • Date and location of the hunt
- • Firearm used
- • Type of game species
- • Any special details (first buck, record book animal, etc.)
In addition to hunting photos, www.NRAhuntersrights.org is also accepting stories about recent hunts for its “Members’ Hunt Reports” section. Stories can be reviews of guided trips or narratives from do-it-yourself hunts. Please include information on the type of hunting methods used, how the hunt unfolded, details and contact information for guides/outfitters where applicable, and recommendations or tips for other hunters.
Send all stories and accompanying photos to [email protected] for consideration and include “Hunt Report” in the subject line. Regrettably, payment cannot be offered for any submissions.
For the most up-to-date information about your hunting rights there’s just one source: www.NRAhuntersrights.org.
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