New York State Rifle and Pistol Association

New York State Rifle And Pistol Association

Established in 1871, the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association ("NYSRPA") is the U.S. state of New York's largest and oldest firearms advocacy organization.

The NYSRPA is dedicated to the preservation of Second Amendment rights, firearm safety and education, and shooting sports. It is associated with the National Rifle Association of America ("NRA") and engages locally in many activities similar to the NRA.

Active members in the NYSRPA engage in many different activities. The organization is engaged in legislation and political awareness campaigns in New York. It sponsors and holds competitive firearm sporting events across the state. Finally, it educates and supports various firearm activities of particular interest to juniors and women in the community.

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