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According to the most current census data, there are approximately 74 million individuals that identify as disabled. This population is growing as the Baby Boomer generation ages and as injured soldiers return from overseas. As a group, they are generally under-represented in the shooting sports, personal protection and hunting communities. The NRA's goal is to increase access and participation in shooting activities for people with disabilities through specialized techniques and technologies that are safe and unique to each individual. 

Approximately 74 million individuals identify as disabled

Participation in even brief episodes of moderate activity, such as target shooting, improves stamina and strength while also promoting well-being

In 2014, 22.5% of working-age civilian veterans reported a VA service-connected disability

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Adaptive Shooting

The NRA's goal is to increase access and participation in shooting activities for people with disabilities through specialized techniques and technologies that are safe and unique to each individual