National Rifle Association - NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits 2018

Event Dates
2018-05-06 - 2018-05-08
Exhibitors
800
Floor Size
1000000
Attendees
80000
Event contact title
Event Manager
Event contact first name
Jeff
Event contact last name
Poole
Email
jpoole@nrahq.org
Event contact telephone number
703-267-3786866-343-1805
Description

The 147th Annual Meetings and Exhibits will take place at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, May 3-6 in Dallas, Texas. The Exhibit Hall will be open May 4-6. Join over 80,000 patriots and 800+ exhibitors for the biggest Annual Meeting yet, featuring a jam-packed schedule of seminars, workshops, special events, and more!

Attendee information

The 2018 NRA Annual Meeting & Exhibits features more than 20 acres of the most spectacular displays of firearms, shooting and hunting accessories in the world!

Put on your best walking shoes and spend the day exploring products from every major firearm company in the country. You can book the hunt of a lifetime in our exclusive outfitter section and view priceless collections of firearms in the gun collector area. You’ll also see an amazing array of knives, wildlife art, shooting accessories, hunting gear, ATVs, and much more! Bring the whole family, because with 1,000,000 square feet of exhibit space, there’s something for everyone.

The NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits is FREE to all NRA members in good standing and their families (spouse and children under 18 years old). At this time, pre-registration has not yet begun, but check back soon! Registration also takes place on-site at the event.

Exhibitor information

The NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits is one of the largest shooting, hunting and outdoor shows in the country, drawing tens of thousands of Second Amendment supporters and NRA members from across the country. Learn more about how you can participate.

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