Wacky Moments From the NRA Convention

The not-so-good, bad and ugly from NRA annual convention.

Up in Arms - Missed all the action at the National Rifle Association's convention in Houston? No problem. BET.com's got your back. Here's some of the best of what was seen and heard at the NRA's 142nd Annual Meeting & Exhibits. ? Joyce Jones  (Photo: AP Photo/Steve Ueckert)

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Up in Arms - Missed all the action at the National Rifle Association's convention in Houston? No problem. BET.com's got your back. Here's some of the best of what was seen and heard at the NRA's 142nd Annual Meeting & Exhibits. – Joyce Jones (Photo: AP Photo/Steve Ueckert)

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Poster Child - The NRA welcomed its youngest member, Elaih Wagan, a three-year-old African-American girl adopted by a Texas family. Her grandfather gave her the gift of a lifetime membership to the NRA. (Photo: KAREN BLEIER/AFP/Getty Images)

Not So Sorry After All? - Talk show host Glenn Beck recently apologized for past actions that have had a divisive impact on the nation. But the day after Obama's State of the Union address, he reverted to form and said the president "declared he would become America's first dictator." (Photo: Rob Kim/Getty Images)

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We Shall What? - Controversial commentator and radio host Glenn Beck thinks the NRA should follow in the footsteps of such leaders as Winston Churchill, Frederick Douglass, Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. to win the war against guns. "We will stand; we'll march if we have to. We'll stand because we must. But we will not be moved," he said. "Hear me now. We shall overcome."(Photo by Rob Kim/Getty Images)

Young Guns - At an event titled Youth Day, children received free six-month NRA memberships. ?I?m a pretty good shot,? bragged 11-year-old Calla Mace. ?I?ve shot a .22 rifle before and a handgun." (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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Young Guns - At an event titled Youth Day, children received free six-month NRA memberships. “I’m a pretty good shot,” bragged 11-year-old Calla Mace. “I’ve shot a .22 rifle before and a handgun." (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Revenge - Zombie Industries sold a mannequin target called "The Ex," a life-size, buxom dummy that "bleeds" when shot and sells for $99.95.   (Photo: Courtesy Zombie Industries)

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Revenge - Zombie Industries sold a mannequin target called "The Ex," a life-size, buxom dummy that "bleeds" when shot and sells for $99.95. (Photo: Courtesy Zombie Industries)

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Zombie-in-Chief? - Last weekend, the National Rifle Association asked a vendor to remove a shooting target from its annual convention because it beared an uncanny resemblance to President Obama, BuzzFeed reported. The life-sized target, created by Zombie Industries, marries what appears to be Obama's facial features with ghoulish, green-tinged skin and bloody wounds. (Photo: Courtesy Zombie Industries)

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Presidential Target Practice - Another Zombie Industries target was designed to look like President Obama and also "bleeds" when shot. NRA officials, however, asked the company to remove the target from its booth. (Photo: Courtesy Zombie Industries)

Shoot Like a Girl - Camouflage can be so masculine. So, among the items for sale at the convention were pink bra gun holsters; pink rifles; and the "Concealed Carrie," a purse with a hidden handgun pocket named after Sarah Jessica Parker's character in HBO's Sex and the City because "Leslie just didn't have the same ring to it," said the manufacturer's representative.   (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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Shoot Like a Girl - Camouflage can be so masculine. So, among the items for sale at the convention were pink bra gun holsters; pink rifles; and the "Concealed Carrie," a purse with a hidden handgun pocket named after Sarah Jessica Parker's character in HBO's Sex and the City because "Leslie just didn't have the same ring to it," said the manufacturer's representative. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Wayne LaPierre - "How many Bostonians wish they had a gun two weeks ago? How many other Americans now ponder that life-or-death question?" said NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre, referencing the Boston Marathon bombings to support arguments for gun owners' rights.   (Photo: AP Photo/Steve Ueckert)

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Wayne LaPierre - "How many Bostonians wish they had a gun two weeks ago? How many other Americans now ponder that life-or-death question?" said NRA CEO Wayne LaPierre, referencing the Boston Marathon bombings to support arguments for gun owners' rights. (Photo: AP Photo/Steve Ueckert)

Rick Perry, Action Hero - Texas governor and failed Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry channeled his inner action hero in a video featuring him picking off targets at a shooting range using a semi-automatic rifle, as an introduction to his convention speech.   (Photo: Courtesy NBC News)

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Rick Perry, Action Hero - Texas governor and failed Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry channeled his inner action hero in a video featuring him picking off targets at a shooting range using a semi-automatic rifle, as an introduction to his convention speech. (Photo: Courtesy NBC News)

NRA's New Leader - Jim Porter, an attorney from Birmingham, Alabama, is the NRA's new president. His father served in the role from 1959-1961. Porter believes that Obama is a "fake" president whose efforts to implement control reforms are a form of "revenge" in a "culture war."  (Photo: REUTERS/Adrees Latif)

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NRA's New Leader - Jim Porter, an attorney from Birmingham, Alabama, is the NRA's new president. His father served in the role from 1959-1961. Porter believes that Obama is a "fake" president whose efforts to implement control reforms are a form of "revenge" in a "culture war." (Photo: REUTERS/Adrees Latif)