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  1. Is It Worth Joining the NRA?

    I was thinking about joining, and then I noticed that their benefits seem a little mundane. Outside of what they listed on their site, are there any hidden benefits to joining the NRA?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight View Post
    I was thinking about joining, and then I noticed that their benefits seem a little mundane. Outside of what they listed on their site, are there any hidden benefits to joining the NRA?
    I joined five years ago. My Dad, who is now gone, was a life member. I am sure that they have their own agenda and that SOME of the things they do I would not agree with, but in the big picture I think they do more for our cause than most other organizations out there. I will continue to support them until either I die or this poor ol' country of ours name gets changed to the United Socialist States of America.

  4. Heck yes! You get the benefit of belonging to a highly visible organization that can go to Congress and the state legislatures and say, "We speak for X million dues paying members who have long memories." That's what gets their attention. Yes, it costs some money to belong, but what are your rights worth? To me it was important enough to become a Benefactor Member and to get a Life Membership for my "honorary" nephew (son of some close friends) for his bar mitzvah. My dad got his Life Membership back in the 1950's and sent them a contribution to pay off the new building because he said he felt guilty for living so long!

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    The N.R.A. has done more for the RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS than any other organization. As for what is in it for you? Ask yourself: Do you like your rifle or pistol, Do you want the right to protect yourself and your family, Do you want to go to Washington D.C. and fight for your rights alone, and lastly do you want to keep that rifle or pistol? For 35.00 or less you can become a member of one of the best organizations to help you keep that Right. If you own a gun or are buying your first, the N.R.A. wallet card should be the next purchase.

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    I ordered a crossbread holster last week and could get a 10% discount if I had a nra membership

  7. Quote Originally Posted by THE DUKE OF ESSEX View Post
    The N.R.A. has done more for the RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS than any other organization. As for what is in it for you? Ask yourself: Do you like your rifle or pistol, Do you want the right to protect yourself and your family, Do you want to go to Washington D.C. and fight for your rights alone, and lastly do you want to keep that rifle or pistol? For 35.00 or less you can become a member of one of the best organizations to help you keep that Right. If you own a gun or are buying your first, the N.R.A. wallet card should be the next purchase.
    Thr Duke says it all/ Without the NRA you wouldn't be on this forum asking the question.Please research your subject before exhibiting your ignorance,

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    And supporting the NRA through USACarry helps keep this site running and saves you $10. See sig.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Midnight View Post
    I was thinking about joining, and then I noticed that their benefits seem a little mundane. Outside of what they listed on their site, are there any hidden benefits to joining the NRA?
    You're a gun-owner and you don't belong to the NRA? Shame, shame, shame...Join thru this site and get in the fight!
    Prov. 27:3 - "Stone is heavy and sand a burden, but provocation by a fool is heavier than both"

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJFlash View Post
    You're a gun-owner and you don't belong to the NRA? Shame, shame, shame...Join thru this site and get in the fight!
    Be nice...

    The answer in short is, YES. It is the bigger voice that will only get louder with more support. As gun owners we are always in the fight. The deaf liberals need to hear it real loud!!! SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED!!!

    Peace...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukem View Post
    And supporting the NRA through USACarry helps keep this site running and saves you $10. See sig.
    AMEN...

    Peace...
    You can give peace a chance alright..

    I'll seek cover in case it goes badly..

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