Join NRA Today and Save $10 on Yearly Dues

Join NRA Today and Save $10 on Yearly Dues

Join NRA Today and Save $10 Our Second Amendment rights are constantly under attack by those who claim to have good intentions but whose ultimate goal is total registration, outright bans or even confiscation of all firearms. These individuals and groups willfully ignore the facts and statistics on firearm ownership and crime in order to continue their march against your Second Amendment rights. There is, however, something that they don’t ignore… The NRA!

There is a common thread in nearly every news story each time an anti-rights, anti-gun piece of legislation is defeated on the local, state or federal level: the anti-gunners accusing the politicians of bowing to pressure from the NRA. They know that the NRA is a powerful organization because it is backed by the many individuals who believe in their Constitutional right to keep and bear arms.

We’ve won some small battles for our rights but that doesn’t mean that it’s time to give up because the antis will keep coming back until they get what they want. One way to keep them from getting what they want is by helping to make the NRA an even more powerful organization that can continue to protect our rights.

 

Click on the NRA banner above or use this link to join the NRA today and save $10 on your yearly membership dues.

Your 1-year membership will only cost you $25 instead of the usual $35 and includes:

  • 27/7 defense of your Second Amendment freedoms
  • Official NRA members-only shooter’s cap
  • Your choice of monthly NRA magazines
  • Membership card and decal
  • Insurance for you and your guns
  • Free admission to NRA’s Annual Show
  • Invitations to “Friends of NRA” dinners and other special events
  • And more…

 

Click HERE to join now!

 

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