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Old 07-24-2013, 03:43 PM   #11
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Every person on this forum should be a member of the NRA.
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Every person protected by gun rights, should support gun rights organizations.

Two hundred million guns in America and five million NRA members. Four million, now grown to five million is doing the work, but we need a larger membership to better serve the needs of gun owners.
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We all have our reasons to dislike the NRA. But the NRA is getting it done. The NRA is not as pesky as the GOA. I received an email from the GOA saying is the last email you will ever receive from us. I was thinking really? Nope I got another email with more scare tactics.

Hickok45 said it best at his Philadelphia speach. "If you belong to any large organization they are going to do some things that you don't like" But we need to support the NRA. They are the voice of the American gun owner"

This is a chance to support the NRA. Just the $2500 firearms insurance policy that comes with a membership is worth the cost of membership. Quite often homeowners insurance will only pay $500 without a special rider.

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Just the $2500 firearms insurance policy that comes with a membership is worth the cost of membership. Quite often homeowners insurance will only pay $500 without a special rider.
We have a State Farm agent in our office building. I asked him what a $2500 policy for guns would cost per year and he said about $40, so even at $25 per year for NRA membership you are still saving $$.
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NRA members, don't forget to sign up for the free insurance. It does not come automatically when you join.
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I joined the NRA back in December. As of now I still have not gotten my membership card or anything. Was able to get my membership number from them by email so I could register online but no sign of welcome kit. Done contacted them three times and nada. I know they been busy but come on.
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I joined the NRA back in December. As of now I still have not gotten my membership card or anything. Was able to get my membership number from them by email so I could register online but no sign of welcome kit. Done contacted them three times and nada. I know they been busy but come on.
Contact member services with your # and ask them to re-issue your card.
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I signed up back in march and got my card back a couple months later. But still have not got my free gift. But o well I guess. How would one go about getting the free insurance if they did not do it when they signed up?
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