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Just a heads up, I've been delayed in doing it myself and just mailed it out: whatever activist organization(s) you ascribe to, be it the NRA, GOA, JPFO, or state organization, get those annual membership dues and contributions in the mail.

I'm trying to figure out a way to buy a life membership at some point, but I just mailed off my contributions to Gunowners of America and the Texas State Rifle Association for the year.

We've got some tough roads to hoe in 2006, and 07 and 08 aren't going to be any fun. They'll be even worse if we don't press issues now. I didn't send off just a whole lot of money, but if every gunowner in this country would just spend $5 a year to protect their rights we'd really have something.

Chip in. I'm a cheapskate and I found some money.:hand10:
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Becoming a LIFE MEMBER of NRA isn't enough and certainly doesn't do anything to further the fight for our rights. To do that you must contribute to their PACs. That's not a tax deduction like a contribution to the foundation would be. I try to give $50-$100 each year to either the NRA-ILA (Institute for Legislative Action) or the PVF (Political Victory Fund). I'm not Jewish, but I also give to Aaron Zelman's group: JPFO (Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership)
 

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Donations of the valid sort (to a PAC) are not tax deductible. I suspect the IRS will want to hold the organization and you accountable for all such donations. Unless you're a real moneybags and you can afford to drop a laundry sack full of $100's on the front step. In which case, let me give you the address.....
 
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