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Old 08-13-2012, 01:40 AM   #1
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If you spend $10, or $20 or whatever per month, give up shooting for just one month, and donate that amount of money to a pro-gun candidate.

It may be the best "shooting" investment you ever made!

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Old 08-13-2012, 11:49 AM   #2
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If you spend $10, or $20 or whatever per month, give up shooting for just one month, and donate that amount of money to a pro-gun candidate.

It may be the best "shooting" investment you ever made!
That $20 bucks will surely add up if you count all of the law abiding gun owners who shoot on a consistent basis. The NRA only has 4 million members, that truly stinks!
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That $20 bucks will surely add up if you count all of the law abiding gun owners who shoot on a consistent basis. The NRA only has 4 million members, that truly stinks!
Might be because they scare off potential members by incessantly bombarding current members with petition for more and more money.
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One of the reasons many don't join one of the pro-gun groups like the NRA, GOA, ect is they still believe that these groups keep racords of what guns you own and if the government is going to confiscate guns then the government just takes these gun rights groups lists of guns. It is an old argument that I have had for many years trying to get people to join one or more of the groups.

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One of the reasons many don't join one of the pro-gun groups like the NRA, GOA, ect is they still believe that these groups keep racords of what guns you own and if the government is going to confiscate guns then the government just takes these gun rights groups lists of guns. It is an old argument that I have had for many years trying to get people to join one or more of the groups.
I would love to join the NRA, but I do not have $1,000 to join. I want to be a lifetime member and get it out of the way.
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