Brad Thor and Shooting Illustrated at NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits

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posted on May 13, 2016
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If you’re heading to Louisville, KY, for the 145th Annual Meetings of the National Rifle Association, you’ll want to make time for this exciting seminar. On Friday, May 20th at 11:30 AM, best-selling author and Shooting Illustrated contributor Brad Thor will host a question-and-answer session to discuss the guns and gear he includes in his novels, among other firearm-related topics. 

In addition to hearing how Thor chooses the gear, you’ll also hear about upcoming novels, potential movie deals and other exciting inside information. Audience members will have the chance to ask Thor questions about his novels, guns and gear. If you’ve ever wanted to ask a best-selling author why they included some detail or plot element—or why they excluded something else—here’s your chance. 

We’ll be celebrating the addition of Shooting Illustrated as an Official Journal of the NRA with Brad Thor. Please join us on Friday, May 20th  at the Kentucky Exposition Center, room C105, at 11:30 AM.

Shooting Illustrated is the NRA’s Official Journal covering personal defense, concealed carry and tactical firearms. To receive the magazine, join the NRA at joinnra.nra.org. You can also subscribe to Shooting Illustrated or modify your existing magazine subscription by calling (877) 672-2000.

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