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Midwest Regional Report – January



SPECIAL EVENTS

Friends of NRA
Whether you’re a hunter, competitive shooter or just a proud gun owner, Friends of NRA has something for everyone. The format is simple—food, fun, family and fundraising! At every Friends of NRA banquet you’ll have the opportunity to participate in games, raffles, live and silent auctions, and more. You’ll also find many unique items including limited edition firearms, wildlife art, jewelry and outdoor gear. To learn more about events in your area, visit www.friendsofnra.org, contact your local field representative or call (800) 672-3888, ext. 1342.

Midwest Region Director—Tom Ulik
tulik@nrahq.org

AR—Erica Willard
ewillard@nrahq.org

CO—Brad Dreier
bdreier@nrahq.org

KS—Rick Chrisman
rchrisman@nrahq.org

NM—Peter Ide
pide@nrahq.org

OK—Darren DeLong
ddelong@nrahq.org

Northern TX—Chris Griffin
cgriffin@nrahq.org

Southern TX—Liz Foley
efoley@nrahq.org

Western TX—Jack Cannon
jcannon@nrahq.org



State Associations

NRA-affiliated state associations promote and support the purposes, objectives, policies and programs of the NRA. For more information, contact your state association listed here, or log on to www.nrahq.org/clubs/index.asp.

Arkansas Rifle and Pistol Ass’n
Ann Fairless, Secretary/Treasurer (501) 327-4702 aekfairless@sbcglobal.net

Colorado State Shooting Ass’n
Tony Fabian, President (720) 283-1376; pres@cssa.org

Kansas State Rifle Ass’n
Patricia Stoneking, President (913) 608-1910 pstoneking@ksraweb.org

New Mexico Shooting Sports Ass’n, Inc.
Leonard Stans, Vice President (505) 821-6356; vicepresident@nmssa.org

Oklahoma Rifle Ass’n
Charles Smith, Executive Director (405) 324-8498; okgun@cox.net

Texas State Rifle Ass’n
David Stroud, President (512) 615-4200; sass332@windstream.net



LAW ENFORCEMENT

Training
Public and private officers interested in becoming firearm instructors should attend one of NRA’s Law Enforcement Firearms Instructor Development Schools, designed to enhance the instructors’ firearm knowledge and handling skills, as well as prepare them to develop effective training programs, instruct in a professional manner, and conduct practical training exercises. Restricted to law enforcement officers only.

JAN. 26-30—ABILENE, TX
(Patrol Rifle)

Contact Mary Shine (703) 267-1628 or mshine@nrahq.org



TRAINING

Crime Prevention
NRA’s Refuse To Be A Victim program provides men and women with common-sense crime prevention and personal safety strategies. The most up-to-date schedule is available online at NRAInstructors.org. Please contact the instructor listed for more information.

JAN. 5—WICHITA, KS
(Seminar)
Warren Glore (316) 641-2842

JAN. 14—AVONDALE, AZ
(Seminar)
Steve Chung (800) 937-1849

JAN.— ONLINE

(Instructor Development Workshop)
Visit NRAOnlineTraining.org for more information



AREA SHOOTS

PISTOL
DENVER, CO – JAN. 24

SMALLBORE
BELLVILLE, TX – JAN. 17

HIGH POWER RIFLE
CARTHAGE, TX – JAN. 3



GUN SHOWS

JAN. 3-4  MOUNTAIN HOME, AR
Baxter County Fairgrounds, G&S Promotions (918) 659-2201

JAN. 3-4  COLORADO SPRINGS, CO
Freedom Financial Services Expo Center, Gun Shows of the Rockies (563) 927-8176

JAN. 3-4  GREAT BEND, KS
Expo Complex, US Weapon Collectors (563) 927-8176

JAN. 3-4  SAN ANTONIO, TX
San Antonio Events Center, Saxet Gun Shows (361) 289-2256

JAN. 3-4  LONGVIEW, TX
Maude Cobb Activity Center, Classic Arms Productions (985) 624-8577

JAN. 10-11  MESQUITE, TX
Big Town Events Center, Premier Gun Shows (817) 732-1194

JAN. 10-11  CONWAY, AR
Conway Expo Center, G&S Promotions (918) 659-2201

JAN. 10-11  HOT SPRINGS, AR
Hot Springs Civic Center, South Hot Springs Lions Club (501) 767-2855

JAN. 10-11  PUEBLO, CO
Colorado State Fairgrounds, Tanner Gun Shows (303) 756-3467

JAN. 10-11  WICHITA, KS
Cessna Activity Center, US Weapon Collectors (563) 927-8176

JAN. 10-11  AZLE, TX
Main Place, Whipp Farm Productions (817) 929-1816

JAN. 10-11  KILLEEN, TX
Killeen Civic & Conference Center, GGA Productions (817) 659-9249

JAN. 10-11  SAN ANTONIO, TX
Alzafar Shrine Temple, Premier Gun Shows (817) 732-1194

JAN. 17-18  COLORADO SPRINGS, CO
Rustic Hills Event Center, Prospectors Sertoma (719) 630-3976

JAN. 17-18  LEWISVILLE, TX
Premier Event Center, Premier Gun Shows (817) 732-1194

JAN. 17-18  TOPEKA, KS
Kansas Expo Center, US Weapon Collectors (563) 927-8176

JAN. 17-18  ELK CITY, OK
Elk City Civic Center, G&S Promotions (918) 659-2201

JAN. 17-18  HOUSTON, TX
Reliant Center, Houston Gun Collectors Ass’n (214) 207-9221

JAN. 17-18  MCALLEN, TX
McAllen Convention Center, Saxet Gun Shows (361) 289-2256

JAN. 23-24  PARAGOULD, AR
Green County Fairgrounds, SEMO Gun Shows (573) 649-2848

JAN. 24-25  WICHITA, KS
Kansas Coliseum, US Weapon Collectors (563) 927-8176

JAN. 24-25  OKLAHOMA CITY, OK
State Fair Park-Modern Living Building, RK Shows (563) 927-8176

JAN. 24-25  TULSA, OK
Tulsa Fairgrounds, RK Shows (563) 927-8176

JAN. 24-25  MESQUITE, TX
Mesquite Rodeo Exhibition Center, Premier Gun Shows (817) 732-1194

JAN. 24-25  PASADENA, TX
Pasadena Convention Center, Premier Gun Shows (817) 732-1194

JAN. 24-25  EL PASO, TX
El Maida Shrine Temple, Provost Gun Show (915) 241-1761

JAN. 31 – FEB. 2  FORT SMITH, AR
Kay Rodgers Park Expo, Hanging Judge Gun Show (479) 858-9079

JAN. 31 – FEB. 1  DENVER, CO
Denver Merchandise Mart, Tanner Gun Shows (303) 756-3467

JAN. 31 – FEB. 1  CARHTAGE, TX
Carthage Civic Center, G&S Promotions (918) 659-2201

JAN. 31 – FEB. 1  ROBSTOWN, TX
Richard M. Bouchard Regional Farigrounds, Saxet Gun Shows (361) 289-2256

JAN. 31 – FEB. 1  STEPHENVILLE, TX
1907 E. Washington, Whipp Farm Productions (817) 929-1816

Dates and locations subject to change—contact the show before traveling. Discounted NRA membership sold through NRA recruiters. *Some shows may offer free admission for new membership and renewals. To become an NRA Recruiter call (703) 267-3784.

Bringing the Association home to Main Street America, the "NRA Regional Report" delivers timely information on local shooting competitions, training seminars, shooting ranges, Friends of NRA dinners and events of interest to members where they live, in five geographic regions of the country.