NRA News Releases “I Am Forever” Training Videos with Kristy Titus

Bend, Oregon (Ammoland.Com) Kristy Titus, NRA Certified Instructor and Cabela’s Ambassador, took a cross-country journey to rediscover American values in NRA News’ “I Am Forever” series, hosted by Titus and sponsored by FN America. Titus and her fellow trail mates also took firearms training with Caylen Wojcik, Director of Operations for Magpul CORE. Those training videos are now all available online at https://www.nranews.com/series/i-am-forever/season/i-am-forever-season-2 with ammo provided by Federal Premium.

“Having the opportunity for us to focus on development of firearms manipulation skills at the fundamental level with widely respected instructor, Caylen Wojcik, was a tremendous opportunity that I am excited to share now on NRANews.com. Women are the fastest growing demographic in shooting sports and the support of our nation’s second amendment, my hope is that these segments will inspire other ladies, or new shooters, to step up to the line and become well trained firearms owners,” said Titus.

NRA News I Am Forever“I Am Forever” is the story of the American dream, told from three perspectives. Over the eight episodes, viewers follow Greek immigrant, Nick, who came to America and was originally disappointed because he was told the streets were paved in gold. While they weren’t literally in gold, Nick learns gold was still here in America. Titus and her trail mates discover they have surpassed their own personal limitations both physically and mentally during this journey.

American culture is at a crisis point. For people to be self-governed, they must first govern themselves. Titus along with Faith, a military wife and stay-at-home-mom and Jessi, a single woman, will be taking on skills they never imagined and will journey across 25 miles of mountain terrain carrying everything they need on their backs. They’ll learn to navigate with map and compass and eventually navigate their own way across the mountains in complete darkness. The ladies also learn other survival skills such as making a raft out of a poncho and making a Swiss Seat harness to rappel 200 feet down a cliff.

Within the current climate of our country, we are at risk of changing into something that will no longer afford the opportunity of the American dream. Now is the time that within our homes, our communities and throughout our country we need to cultivate a climate that grows personal responsibility, self-sufficiency and the value of hard work and determination. That is the climate that has led to the success of our country; we must protect that environment before it is gone. Join these three ladies in their journey for the second season of “I Am Forever.”

Learn more about Kristy Titus at http://kristytitus.com, https://www.facebook.com/KristyTitus and https://instagram.com/kristytitus/

About Kristy Titus: With a shared passion and love of the outdoors, Kristy Titus is honored to serve as an ambassador for Cabela's, The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, RMEF's Team Elk television Show, host of NRA’s I Am Forever, Swarovski Optik, Buck Knives, Montana Silversmiths, and Wilderness Athlete. Titus was raised leading a pack string of mules into the backcountry of Oregon, experiencing the thrill of public land, do-it-yourself hunting. Titus is an NRA Basic Pistol and Refuse To Be A Victim Certified Instructor. She shares her passion for fitness and nutrition as editor for Western Hunter and Elk Hunter magazines. Learn more at http://kristytitus.com, https://www.facebook.com/KristyTitus and https://instagram.com/kristytitus/

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    More newbies the NRA is trying to make a success story out of, that we should “follow” while ignoring true established shooters and outdoors people.
    Half the tv land people have little to no experience.