The Native American Gun Rights Organization (NAGRO) is a non-profit organization that aims to promote and protect gun culture among Native Americans in the United States.
Chad Williams, a Cherokee chief leader from Oklahoma started the organization, citing the historical persecution of Native Americans as a reason for them to protect their Second Amendment rights, as well as all American citizens, regardless of ethnicity or race.
Among the activities endorsed by the NAGRO is hunting, since hunting is an essential part of Native American life. The NAGRO also hosts shooting competitions between different Native American tribes. The NAGRO also aims the right of armed Native Americans to protect their reservations.
The NAGRO also contains sister partnerships with the National Rifle Association, Liberal Gun Club, African American Gun Club and the Jews For Perservation of Firearms Ownserhip.