Dana Loesch’s big announcement ahead of NRA convention; no women has done this since 1961

Gun rights activists will celebrate Dana Loesch and her strong conservative voice at the NRA annual convention in Nashville this weekend.

Loesch, the author of Hands Off My Gun: Defeating the Plot to Disarm America, announced that she will grace the next cover of Guns and Ammo which they will unveil on Saturday. Here’s what she wrote in her blog: 


This is Jeanne E. Bray, a police officer killed in Ohio and an accomplished shooter. A scholarship was established for the children of fallen police officers in her name. She is the only woman to appear on the cover of Guns and Ammo (November 1961) … until now. I’m honored and humbled that Guns and Ammo asked me to be on their next cover, which they will unveil at the NRA Convention on Saturday. They were amazing fun with which to work. Advance copies will be available! Thanks to Guns and Ammo for the honor and much respect to those who serve, like Officer Bray.

More info on the NRAA Hands Off My Gun book signing and cover reveal here.


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