Happy New Year – National African American Gun Association

National Inaugural Convention is coming August 14, 15, and 16 2020. Click below to sign up and get additional information.
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National African American Gun Association Convention
National African American Gun Association Convention

USA – -(AmmoLand.com)- The Year 2019 was great for the National African American Gun Association. We are continuing to grow at a solid rate attracting members from all walks of life in the United States.

We are even beginning to have a following of international members from around the World (Asia, Africa, Latin America, & Europe)

As I look back on the past year there was a lot of discussion and activity around potential National Gun Legislation, Women being the fastest growing market within the Gun Industry – especially African American Women, National Convention, Development of a Political “Wing” (Political Action Committee -PAC), and the need for our Firearms community to start buying “Land” for our own Gun Ranges. All of these are critical and I wouldn't even attempt to try to rank them in importance because all these issues will need to be addressed by our Organization and Community in 2020 and beyond.

The key to our success as an African American Firearms Organization is to think “strategically” on all the issues that are important to us. When I say the word “strategically” I mean collectively working as one unit toward our goals and objectives.

I want to remind everyone reading this editorial that currently there are over 4 Million African American Firearms owners in the United States but yet we don't approach the Gun Market as one unit so we generally don't get major discounts, our concerns or complaints are ignored, and in most instances, we aren't respected. But imagine if 4 million African American Firearms owners working together as an “Economic Block” went to the top Gun Companies in the USA and stated we are all going to buy 1 gun from you on February 28th annually what kind of discount do you think we could attain…… It would be tremendous and that Pistol or Rifle that normally cost you $600 dollars would suddenly drop down to $300 because numbers count.

So in 2020 let's start to have a strategic mindset on not only firearm purchases but also every other issue that we face. If we can do that there is nothing that we can't achieve as an organization.

If you want to go quickly, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. ~ African proverb


National African American Gun Association

About National African American Gun Association (NAAGA):

The goal of the National African American Gun Association is to have every African American introduced to firearm use for home protection, competitive shooting, and outdoor recreational activities. We are a civil rights organization focused on self-preservation of our community through armed protection and community building. The National African American Gun Association provides a network for all African American firearm owners, gun clubs and outdoor enthusiasts. We welcome people of all religious, social, and racial perspectives. We especially welcome African American members of law enforcement and active/retired military.

For more information, visit: www.naaga.co.

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GUNS r US
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GUNS r US

It’s a shame that in this day and time with the political war against our 2nd amendment and infringement on many of our constitutional rights, that a racist and segregated effort is being made here! You would think (at least) when it comes to standing up for our gun rights, who would give a crap what color you are or where you come from. We are all on the same side!!! When they come for my guns and you are there to help me defend my home, the last thing I’ll be looking at is your color. If you don’t… Read more »

RoyD
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RoyD

I agree, GUNS r US, it is a shame that the organization known as NAAGA feels it necessary to segregate themselves based on the melanin content of their skin. But hey, it’s their life and they can live it as they wish. I am not forced to participate so I will watch from a distance. I know people that look like them but don’t act like them. I will be shooting a match with a couple of them tomorrow. I think I’ll see what they say about this outfit and report back.

RoyD
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RoyD

Well, scratch that, it is going to be too cold for me to go to the match tomorrow. But, weather permitting, I will bring it up the first Saturday of next month. I want to know what they think about this.

Deplorable Bill
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Deplorable Bill

I agree. One’s color has nothing to do with it but worse, it is discriminatory just to mention one’s color. How easy would it be to say “your a racist” when there is a White, pro gun movement or white anything movement. The REAL questions are these; Do your GOD given, unalienable, constitutionally protected rights mean anything to you? Are they worth fighting for? Are you willing to fight for them? The REAL question is; Are you an American or not? If you are, if you are willing to stand up against the socialist, communist, demoncrapic, left leaning rino plot… Read more »

Warlok11
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Warlok11

This is bacause the NRA was not standing for firearms ownership for people of color, and was mysteriously QUIET, when it came to defending or supporting the rights of people of color and the second amendment, ALSO THOSE IN THIS FORUM WERE NOT SUPPORTIVE OF THOSE RIGHTS EITHER. (re: philando castille, tamir rice, botham jean )

Capn Dad
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Capn Dad

This “organization” is typical of the direction this nation is headed. Balkanization is in our future because of these activities by all.

StreetSweeper
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StreetSweeper

Yea, this is flawed on many levels, some already mentioned. Gun manufacturers don’t sell firearms to the public, retailers do; there isn’t a 100% mark-up on them. They are in business to make money and you want them to sell only to you at below wholesale? Not gonna happen; I could go on.

StreetSweeper
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StreetSweeper

Oh, and open a “blacks only” gun range and set your stopwatch to see how fast it gets sued for discrimination; that’s illegal, remember?

RoyD
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RoyD

So you want a “special privilege” because of the melanin content of your skin? NAAGA, please!

USA
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USA

RoyD, We are the racists not them even though the guy in the logo is black. Looool. Besides, they are not pro 2A they are pro “gun control”. Black NRA.

Arizona
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Arizona

We don’t need any segregation, or hyphenated Americans. Just support freedom and civil rights for all citizens, the men and women of America.

Ansel Hazen
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Ansel Hazen

How loud would the howling be if suddenly there was a NAWGGA looking for members and discounts?

Finnky
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Finnky

I’m not a fan of any organization pushing for racial divisions or separation by nation/continent of familial origin. Most “African-Americans” can trace their family roots back many generations within the US, while I can trace mine back only one generation. Why is it so many insist on being “xxxx-American” rather than simply “Americans”? I am simply an American – even though I’ve still got family in the home of my ancestors? Perhaps they wish to append racial slurs to whatever description they assign me? Perhaps they attribute racism to me simply because of my pale skin, gender and/or age? Vast… Read more »

Warlok11
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Warlok11

The term “african american” and also the box marked “race” , on EVERY GOV’T FORM was established by WHITE people in this country. Black and brown people did not request these things be put on forms, whites in the gov’t did. People of color have been in this country BEFORE whites ever came here, but whites are the ones who started this hyphenated citizen status. Name me one person of color that created the gov’t forms that make you mark a determined race ? As with everything in this country, white people started these things, but then blame the persons… Read more »

RoyD
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RoyD

I suspect the problem was, “…AND WAS COMPLYING AS BEST HE COULD WITH CONFLICTING POLICE COMMANDS.” If you don’t understand what is being said to you the best thing to do is nothing and then calmly ask what it is that they want you to do. Works 99.9% of the times it is tried. Now someone like you, Warlok 11, who insists on yelling most of the time it may only work 0.01% of the time. YMMV.

Upinya
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Upinya

Outstanding! Way create your own narrative while staunchly supporting the 2nd Amendment. Worthy organization.

USA
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USA

U, I got turned off by their other articles that liked some “gun control” so not really “outstanding” and “staunchly supporting” unless you’re on the Kool-Aid trying to suck in some paid memberships.

RoyD
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RoyD

It would be more “outstanding” if they spent more of their energy preventing members of “their” group from making themselves ineligible for firearms ownership because of illegal acts that they have committed. At least that makes sense to me.

Warlok11
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Warlok11

What about the members of your “group” that are or were police officers, that spent their careers making sure EVERY person of color that they encountered became a felon by either, false testimony, planting evidence, or outright framing them, so they could be ineligible. You must not keep up with how many law enforcement officers are now being caught, and how many prosecutors, and judges are conplicit in this. Dotham AL, is one example, for the last 30 YEARS, the police, prosecutors, and judges, have been planting guns, and drugs on INNOCENT black people, for the purpose of disenfranchising them… Read more »

RoyD
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RoyD

In the first part of your diatribe are you talking about the Cops down in the Houston area who went and killed the White man and White woman in the illegal drug raid? Yeah, that’s probably what you’re talking about. I don’t know of any “organization” that I have been a member of that didn’t include all people of good character no matter their racial makeup. Sorry, I don’t think you would measure up Warlok 11, but then you knew that going in didn’t you. Hey, I hear the New Black Panthers are looking for new members. Perhaps you should… Read more »

Ansel Hazen
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Ansel Hazen

Warlock, exactly what “group” is that? Because I hope you aren’t accusing anyone here of being a dirty cop.

Autsin Miller III
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Autsin Miller III

@upinya, please explain. What do you mean by “Create your own narrative?” Don’t all of us, irrespective of race, creed etc. have the same obligation to protect our God given rights? How does creating differences bring us closer together in this fight?

Warlok11
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Warlok11

Funny how the group that started these differences, are now claiming to be some kind of victims, after denying other’s their rights FOR CENTURIES. Whites always say, ” pick yourselves up, do something for yourselves”, AND THEN WHEN WE DO, LOOK AT WHAT YOU ARE SAYING ……
Whites weren’t interested in bringing us closer together when our rights were being trampled, but now that yours are threatened, you want some kind of kumbaya moment. Well maybe we don’t need to be united with whites, because they only want unity to save their causes, but not ours.