What is so Special about join the NRA?

Discussion in 'Legal and Activism' started by Uptown_General_Roc, Mar 29, 2012.

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  1. Uptown_General_Roc

    Uptown_General_Roc New Member

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    I was sent a Sign up Paper in Mail for Membership
     
  2. mountainman13

    mountainman13 New Member

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    They are the best defense for the constitution and bill of rights in this country.
     

  3. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

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    National Rifle Association. they are always fighting for our rights as gun owners. worthwhile if you value your 2nd admendment rights. or at least join some firearms rights group.
     
  4. Uptown_General_Roc

    Uptown_General_Roc New Member

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    Well I understand that but what else would I get out the Membership?
     
  5. mountainman13

    mountainman13 New Member

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    American rifleman magazine.
     
  6. Uptown_General_Roc

    Uptown_General_Roc New Member

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    And a Bag That's it!
     
  7. mountainman13

    mountainman13 New Member

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    By joining the nra you are helping to defend the oldest bill of rights in the world. If that doesn't mean anything to you turn your guns in.
     
  8. TheOldMan

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    It shouldn't be so much about what you get for joining an organization like the NRA (which is the oldest and largest gun rights organization) but more of what they do for you with the money you send them. The magazine, IMO, is just one of the perks. I joined because they are constantly looking out for my best intrests as a law abiding gun owner/sportsman. My 2nd ammendment rights mean quite a bit to me as does the entire Bill of Rights.
     
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  9. Axxe55

    Axxe55 The Apocalypse Is Coming.....

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    i agree with mountainman. the 2nd admendment is under attack from the media, politicians, anti-gunners who believe firearms are evil and dangerous and even the government itself. if you don't believe in fighting for your rights as an owner of firearms by joining or participating in some form to insure the protection of the 2nd admendment, then turn them in.

    the 2nd admendment is in place to insure all your constitutional rights, and if it is ever eliminated, what will stop them from eliminating all the other rights that protect you? nothing!
     
  10. Uptown_General_Roc

    Uptown_General_Roc New Member

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    I understand that I'm joining
     
  11. JonM

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    Just remember that the nra bases their support of politicians solely on gun issues which doesnt always coincide with what is best for gun ownership or america.

    Example: in wisconsin the nra supported two extremely radical liberal democrats because they voted yes on ccw. Those same democrats are trying to ban ammunition sales or heavily tax them. They also support a illinoise style gun registration and id card.

    They lent their support in one case over a challenger that was very active in gun rights issues and actually wrote a gun safety childrens book promoting teaching children gun safety and marksmanship. But since she didnt have a voting record they supported her anti gun opponent because he casted a throw away vote for his next election
     
  12. Overkill0084

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    The gun rights issue has been covered well enough.
    The NRA is also a sanctioning organization for many forms of competition.
    The NRA provides training & certification of firearms instructors.
    With a bit of time I could go on & on.
    IMHO, the American Rifleman is worth the price of admission for an annual membership.
    Like any large multifaceted organization, there have been some missteps along the way. Show me me ANY large organization (not cults) that all the members agree with 100% of the time. It's my opinion that the good they have done outweighs the bad by a considerable margin.

    WTF? You want prizes, go to Chuck E. Cheese.
     
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  13. wjnfirearms

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    Aside from the above reasons to join, they offer insurance to protect your firearms and extremely low cost insurance alternatives for gun dealers that I'm taking advantage of. There are other perks, if that is important to you.

    For anyone that is an FFL or has a range, I'd also encourage membership in the National Shooting Sports Foundation (www.nssf.org). They do much to protect our 2A rights along with watchdog the shooting sports industry and much more. They are every bit a force to be reckoned with in DC.
     
  14. JonM

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    one other thing. im not saying dont join them. just be sure you arent blindly following their "voter guide" they seldom truly have your best interest in mind when it comes to picking a politician to vote for.
     
  15. PigPilot

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    I was a member a while and $$$$ issues forced me to drop my membership. I joined again and just re-upped for an additional 3 years. The NRA is battling the gun grabbers constantly and for the love of Heaven, do NOT believe these people have given up the fight to take your firearms simply because we haven't heard a lot from them for a while. They're just flying under the radar and will likely appear in full force assuming Obama wins the election. Obama has 3 Supreme Court Justices who agree with him that the U.S would be better off without the citizens having firearms for any reason. All he has to do is put two more like minded justices in there and it's a done deal; we're screwed. Do I agree with everything 100%, including the voting guide? Absolutely not but IMHO the NRA is honestly trying to do the best for all of us gun owners. You can't please all of the people all of the time but overall, the NRA is trying to help us. I'm going to take a look at these guys too: National Shooting Sports Foundation (www.nssf.org).
     
  16. Durangokid

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    I have been in the NRA for 50 years. Certified Handgun Inst, Patron Member. We are a single issue organization. We are interested on how the leaders view or 2nd A rights. Many want us to split our forces and get involved in every fight out there. Join with us please, we are not perfect but we have with stood up for American Freedom for 130 years.:)
     
  17. robocop10mm

    robocop10mm Lifetime Supporting Member Lifetime Supporter

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    While the NRA is not perfect, they do the right thing for gun owners MOST of the time. If you do not care for the NRA, that is fine. At least lend some support for SOME gun rights organization like GOA, JFPO, etc
     
  18. TheOldMan

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    For all of the above reasons +1.

    You can see below that I am a lifetime member. I have never regreted that decision and never will..
     
  19. Mustang

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    ....and you get a sticker! lol
     
  20. Yunus

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    Joining the NRA greatly supports the USPS and the logging industry. :D

    I used to be a member but no longer support them with my money, the focus of the NRA has changed from supporting the 2A to supporting the NRA. I believe at this point if they thought they would profit from re instituting the Assault Weapons Ban that they would secretly support it, just so they can make money off us to get it revoked.
     
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