The National Rifle Association has found itself tangled in a legal web of its own making, many experts say, as a federal judge considers the fate of its bankruptcy claim.
Wouldnt call any of those fringe groups.NRa IS GONE we will have no voice at all.
The pols don't pay any attention to far out fringe groups.
NAGR out spent and won more lobbying battles than the NRA in the past few years.Like the NRA or not, and there's been a lot not to like in recent years, they've still got the juice. You never hear the gun grabbers say, "Let's go get the 2nd Amendment Foundation, GOA, or NAGR." It's always the NRA. No disrespect to the other groups, I belong to a few, but in D.C.'s eyes, they're minor leaguers.
Common knowledge the NRA supported NFA GFA , insisted on NICS , supported fix NICS .Pretty cryptic comment. Am I supposed to guess what you are referring to?
From Wikipedia:Pretty cryptic comment. Am I supposed to guess what you are referring to?
Well that's correct. But it's not a simple as you make it seem.Common knowledge the NRA insisted on NICS , supported fix NICS .
I am of the mindset that the NRA, instead of trading on a right they have no authority to trade off ,,opposing the waiting period AND the Nics infringement would have been the stance of an organization standing for the RTKABA.Well that's correct. But it's not a simple as you make it seem.
During the Clinton administration, Clinton wanted a 14 day wait for gun purchases. The NRA suggested a method to quickly identify potential gun owners to allow them to make their purchase in a more timely fashion would be more effective and offer better security.
Are you really of the mindset that a 14 day wait would be better, thus allowing ANYONE to purchase gun than the NICS system?