If you have the opportunity to send your child to the Whittington Center’s NRA Adventure Camp, I HIGHLY recommend it. Lea attended the camp a few years back, and it was a great experience for her. She made great friends and expanded her firearms and shooting knowledge immensely. That being said, look at this big news. ~Mia
CONROE, TEXAS – Texas Armament & Technology (TxAT)/Aguila Ammunition have recently joined forces with the NRA Whittington Center in support of their youth Adventure Camp. TxAT/Aguila Ammunition will donate 50,000 rounds of Aguila .22 rimfire to the camp this year.
“The Whittington Adventure Camp is known as one of America’s best outdoor youth camps for boys and girls ages 13 to 17,” said Executive Director at NRA Whittington Center, Wayne Armacost. “Over the two-week camp, young shooters will learn the basics of rifle, pistol, shotgun, muzzleloader and archery. In the process, campers will fire over 90,000 rounds of ammunition. All firearms and ammunition are donated to the Adventure Camp and provided to the campers. This generous support from Aguila Ammunition ensures that each of these young men and women has the opportunity to learn to shoot in a safe and fun environment.”
The Whittington Center is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, relying heavily on tax-deductible donations. While closely associated with the NRA the Whittington Center is not funded or managed by the NRA, thus making industry support of this unique and challenging youth camp all the more the important. The donations bring competitions, classes and events to the Whittington Center, which helps keep the shooting sports alive for generations.
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