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Old 01-12-2011, 04:01 PM   #1
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:::BASSPRO NRA SPECIAL OFFER:::

Bass Pro shop and NRA have teamed up with a special offer. Pay $25 for a 1
year membership to the NRA and get a $25 Bass Pro certificate and an NRA
duffel bag. Not a bad deal especially for us who go to Bass Pro every now
and then. I am not a spokesman for the NRA but I do believe they are one of
the best organizations supporting gun ownership in Washington.


If you're not a member, it's more important than ever.
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Old 01-12-2011, 05:20 PM   #2
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That's a great deal. Especially since my membership expired in December. Unfortunately, there are no Bass Pro Shops around here, but still...

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If the bass pro shop in my area wasn't a dingy, ill-lit, unhelpful, idiotic, low selection store filled with uncaring and unknowledgeable clerks, I might consider this. But they're so bad in Saint Louis that I prefer to drive farther to go to Cabela's. Even a free $25 gift card won't make me go to cabelas.

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That's a great deal. Especially since my membership expired in December. Unfortunately, there are no Bass Pro Shops around here, but still...
No problem. Use the certificate online and still save!
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I've seen that Bass Pro Shops offer a 10% discount to military personnel from the 15th to the 22nd of each month. I haven't checked to see if this includes veterans or not though.

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I had to renew my NRA membership, so I used this offer today. I save a few bucks, get an NRA range bag that's made in China and a gift certificate for Bass Pro. Now that I know I can use it online, this is a screamin' good deal.

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Our local Bass Pro Shop is a large, new 'un, and my wife likes it as much as I. So, I think a trip this weekend is in order.

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Could be a good deal if going online to shop. I stopped shopping there online (I fish a bunch-I have more rods and reels than I will ever have firearms) because every dang time I would order something online, there was always one item that was out of stock and they would not let me know until I got the shipment. They would put the item on back order and it was up to me to cancel that item if I wanted to. They would not tell me when shopping online at checkout or adding to my cart. I mean every damn time I ordered, and I used to order about $1k a year from them. They lost my business when I sent an email asking why they did this and all I got was a standard thanks for contacting us email in return. Customer service never contacted me personally. Treat a customer no matter how little they spend right and you have a customer for life. None of my fishing buddies order from them anymore either. Plus, they are just as proud as Cabela's and Gander Mountain of their gear.

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In reality, I figure a $25. gift certificate will allow me to buy a ten dollar geegaw and pay the rest for shipping.

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LOL @ the chinese NRA rangebag.

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