Final Push For Save The Second NRA Attendance Proposal ~ VIDEO

USA – -( Save The Second ( is in the final week of collecting signed petition forms to change the attendance policy of NRA Board of Directors Meetings.

If you are a Voting Member of the NRA and you care about your Directors participating and being more accountable, download the form, fill it out and send it in ASAP!

The NRA Bylaws currently have no requirement for attendance at meetings and many Directors rarely attend these important events. When Directors don’t attend, they neglect the duty they signed up for and their responsibility to the Members. Many of the problems facing the NRA and American Gun Owners today might have been avoided had the NRA Required the Elected Directors to Participate.

Save The Second was formed in June of 2019 to represent the voice of concerned American Gun Owners in the wake of serious revelations of dysfunction at the top of the Nation’s oldest and largest Second Amendment advocacy organization: The National Rifle Association.

Save The Second was founded by Anthony Garcia and Ron Carter after a tumultuous NRA Annual Meeting and week’s of allegations, leaks, lawsuits, Liam’s and counterclaims about the problems created by Wayne LaPierre’s leadership and those who are have working closely with him over the past 20+ years, including many NRA Directors and the Ackerman-McQueen PR Firm that is now embroiled in a legal battle with the NRA. All this while the NRA is being investigated by authorities in NY and Washington, DC. Save The Second is working with members, donors, and Directors that want change to help guide the NRA back on track.

Stay tuned for continued updates.

Save the Second

About Save the Second

Save the Second, a non-profit organization, was formed in June of 2019 to represent the concerns of NRA Members, as well as former and potential NRA Members, who believe that the leadership and strategies of the NRA have failed and that the organization needs to be reformed in order to effectively represent American Gun Owners and their concerns. STS has proposed Five Points of Reform at their website for consideration to improve the NRA.

For more information about Save the Second, The BoD Survey, The Five Points of Reform or other related issues, contact STS Board Member and Media Relations Representative, Rob Pincus at [email protected]

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I’m always stuck that many of the comments on this site propose just what Bloomberg and the anti-gun lobby wants: 1. Divide the NRA membership into warring factions. 2. Dump effective leadership that helped to guarantee gun ownership as a right (Heller) 3. Feed the press with lies about out of control spending, when the only confirmation is coming from the same guys leading the coup. The NRA is in a fight for its life. The full weight of our enemies (NYS Attorney General) is trying to bleed the organization dry. In my mind the NRA is our best bet… Read more »


Buckshot you need to explain why I should spend my money to finance their lawsuits, Wayne’s clothing, Their lawyer and other frivolous expenditures. It is much easier to join a bonafide 2A support group.


@ Tomcat l’d never tell anyone how to spend their hard earned money. But have you noticed that 95% of these stories begin at the an anti-2A group’s site? Then they’re picked up by mainstream media. Twenty year old suits, I’m skeptical. Sounds like Ollie got out flanked and detonated his suicide vest. Are lawyers and lawsuits frivolous when you have Cuomo and the NYS Attorney General trying to destroy the NRA? There are other good gun groups, but their lobbying wins are minuscule compared to the clout of the NRA. Comrade Khrushchev used to say “divide and conquer”… Read more »


@Buckshot Level-headed thinkers (such as yourself) are facing an emotionally-driven, anti-NRA, anti-Wayne LaPierre lynch mob. To be sure, the lynch mob has genuine concerns. But what they lack is cold, hard evidence, and the inability to understand evidence they might uncover. The wardrobe issue is a gleaming case in point: no real evidence, no real-world experience, no clue about the importance of professional attire, or what that attire sells for. All they (the lynch mob) knows is NRA spent too much on Wayne’s clothing. Ask them how much is too much and they can’t tell you. Ask them a yes… Read more »

Heed the Call-up

How much is too much? That depends on who’s paying (us), who it is spent on (him), and what value did it add. You want a good number? Anything over $2,000. One can get at least several nice suits for that much. I spent $500 on my last one, and it is well-made. If he needs more clothing, with his salary, he can readily afford it if he feels he needs to be better attired. That’s what the rest of us do in the real world – but our own clothes, many are even required to buy their own work… Read more »


@Heed you make a great point, no one should give to an organization that they don’t respect.

Thank you for your service and keep watching CNN.

jack mac

I would like to see the results of the BoD survey, if any. However, petitions to the BoD for any reason is wasted effort. The BoD and the executive officers have not been responsive to the general membership, and not likely will be. Besides, how can it be expected that 76, or now, 77 people to be available at the same time. The entire NRA is now seen as to promote the multiple right infringing Red Flag laws. By the leadership not countering this stance, they are continuing to betray us. It is stupid to have traitors in our midst.… Read more »


We should not have to “petition” the NRA to do the right thing. That we are even here is proof that the wheels fell off the bus a long time ago. Time to stop “ooo”-ing and “ahh”-ing over the latest NRA stupidity and join GOA or some other worthy 2nd Amendment group.


Too little too late. Stop pussyfooting around and dump LaPierre, then you can work on the rest of the problems after you’ve eliminated the source of the infection.


LaPierre will hang on as long as he can. If there is even a small chance he can steal another million or two from the poor suckers who stick with NRA. The NRA stands as the Enron of nonprofits and will go down in history as such. Don’t renew membership or give them another nickel. Also urge corporate supporters to put their 2A money to better use. NRA is still being run by criminals.

Wild Bill

@Bowser, I think you might be right about LaPierre hanging on. I sleep well in the knowledge that he will never clutch, in his grasping, soft, little hand, … another penny of mine.

Major Tom

Don’t burn down the building because of a few bad actors. I don’t like the pricey suits and junkets either, but I always try to look at some of the good things they do. I won’t donate a nickel until they get their act in order, but I’ll pay the dues to stay a member. “just my take”


To what address should the petition be sent?

Major Tom

If all else fails, read the instructions ! (Joking) It’s there on the download page. SAVE THE SECOND,
Save the Second
383 Corona Street
Suite 505
Denver, CO 80218
I’m glad you reminded me. Thanks


“*There is no such thing as a director who doesn’t direct.* You’re responsible to make yourself aware of what’s going on. If the board doesn’t know, they’ve breached their duty of care, which is against the law in New York,” where the N.R.A. is chartered. According to Owens, the former I.R.S. official, New York State “could sanction board members, remove board members, disband the board, or close down the organization entirely.”
James Fishman
New York Nonprofit Law and Practice: With Tax Analysis