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    Website for kids

    The NRA has just posted a new website targeted (no pun intended) for young shooters. It's kind of neat. Allows kids to customize the home page for their interests, couple of interactive games, wildlife encyclopedia. Lots of firearm safety information.

    It's: www.nrainsights.com

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    Changed: http://www.nrainsights.org/

    The archery game is a bit stupid, but nevertheless fun.

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    Thanks a lot for the post!

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    Kids website

    We created the website about a year ago and it's becoming one of the most accessed of all the NRA sites. They get over 300,000 hits a month on it. Lot of kids using it. If you have any suggestions for new topics on it just let me know. Thanks. Tom

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    I could pick nits on the safety video, but the way it is presented is great! The kids do the talking and demonstrating. They are kids who can be identified with (young and ordinary, not celebs) and one is in competition gear, which looks cool and draws interest.

    Sgt. Klean is pretty cool, too.

    Please, PLEASE, PLEASE make a new, updated Eddie Eagle video for small kids!
    Send lawyers, guns, and money . . .

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    My five yr old loved the shooting games.

    Thanks for the site.

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    thanks for sharing........

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    haven't seen this yet!

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    I think, a website for young children very well, because that would make children more creative

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