Trace Adkins is the first National Rifle Association's Country Artist for 2012.  For the next month, fans of the country star can get a behind the scenes look from Trace's farm in Tennessee. 

 There is an exclusice video loaded up at the Association's website.  You can check it out by clicking here.

I grew up in the Sportsman’s Paradise – Louisiana, so I guess it isn’t a surprise that the great outdoors has always been a big part of my life, Trace said. All my favorite memories involve the outdoors – whether it was playing outside as a kid, playing football in college, goofing around with my kids, or going hunting. I support NRA Country because they share my love of the outdoors and my wish to safeguard America’s hunting heritage. I am Trace Adkins and I am NRA Country.

According to the group's website, they are an organization that celebrates country music’s love of family, support of the U.S. military and appreciation for the outdoors through concerts and other events that benefit gun safety programs for kids, youth hunting and education programs, efforts to support our armed services, and other worthy causes.

Fans can also catch Trace at the 2nd Annual NRA Country Jam on April 13 during the NRA Annual Meeting in St. Louis. Ticket information will be released soon.

It's never been a secret that many country artists are not only gun-owners but members of the National Rifle Association.  The NRA Country collection of member artists include Troy Gentry, Chuck Wicks, Blake Shelton, Gretchen Wilson, Josh Thompson, Justin Moore and others.

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