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    Are you a member of the NRA? If not, now would be a good time to join, we need them now more than ever! I've been trying to do more and recruit more people lately.


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    Join but also support businesses that in turn support the cause.
    I mainly use MidwayUSA for online purchases, they have good selection at good prices and they do an NRA roundup that has raised millions of dollars.

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    There was a poll just a week or two ago, asking about what firearms rights/advocacy groups folks belonged to: click here.

    I hope the NRA, JPFO and others double their membership this year.

    NRA and state group, here.
    Your best weapon is your brain. Don't leave home without it.
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    I have to admit I don't currently belong to any pro-gun group. A bad failing on my part I guess. I need to join either/both BFA and OFCC as both seem to be active in Ohio. I was a member of the NRA years ago but it expired and I let it drop. Sometimes the NRA does things that I disagree with but overall they are good so I shouldn't let that color my decisions.

    For Linda or someone else, on the BFA website if you hit the "donate" button is that how you join?
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    The NRA and I do not agree 100% on every issue, but I am now a member again. The anti-s made me do it!

    I will probably save a lot of money by rejoining - don't have to go to the barber shop to read American Rifleman any more.
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    The NRA would be well served to publish a new magazine targetting political centerists, libertarians or those that are apolitical.
    I find the demonisation of all aspects of the Democrats in 'First Freedom' to be uninformed. Sure, Democrats have amongst them the primary antis, but there are also Democrats that are very gun friendly that have never considered joining the NRA because of the exclusive partisan politics.

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    Don't always agree with them but without the NRA, we would be living under nationwide strict gun control if not outright bans.
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    I'm a life member also. I believe in their work. Also, a member of the Texas State Rifle Association, they are great.
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    I just joined (2 year membership) due to this very thread.

    I've been thinking about it for a while but never got around to it. The rush for more legislation following the VT shootings is enough for me to get on board.

    Thanks for the heads up!

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    Don't forget to join the GOA too.

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    I've been an annual member for a number of years. I did 2 days ago donate to the NRA-ILA however as a pre-emptive measure against what's sure to be coming down the pike in response to the Va Tech crime.

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    Everyone who is not a member should join. Everyone who is a member should get someone else to join, even if you have to pay for their membership. I bought a friend a year membership at the convention last weekend.

    If the polliticians fear the NRA at 4 million members. Imagine our effect at 8 million, or better yet 80 million.
    "Some people go to bed with Lucifer..........then cry, cry, cry when they don't greet the day with God."

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    Paid up several years in advance!Maybe it's time to become lifetime member?

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    Just went from Life member to Endowment last week.
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