I don’t see the NRA changing back to what they once were. With 120,000,000 gun owners, we are the largest voting block in any national election. Have lost our unified voice.
Part of the political success of anti-gun politicians in the last election was due to the absence of the NRA in house campaigns, and their absence turned Virginia into California-East.
There are more gun owners than there are Republicans, if we get just 3% more to show up for elections, we’ll have the votes to protect our rights.
The future does not bode well for a country that is so deeply divided. Right now, good god-fearing Americans are winning the arms race, but for how long?
Most of us don’t want a second Civil War, though many of us will fight, and a very few even think war is a good idea. But the obvious question is what would it look like?
But then they never really wanted it passed anyway. Democrats NEED gun control as a wedge issue to scare a suburban woman into voting for them in 2020.
In a nation divided it is important to remember that the 120,000,00 gun owners vote as a block only when they feel threatened, and Democrats, you’re doing a pretty good job of that.
Every time a tragedy happens you steal a slice of our rights. A silver here, a shaving there. The result is always the same. We lose our rights for meaningless laws that will not make anyone safer.
These pro-gun websites need the support of gun owners to exist. Without us, they would not be able to survive. Each one does an immeasurable amount of good in preserving our rights.
Thank you, sir, for your decades of service. Thank you for defending the 2A. Thank you in advance now for doing the right thing. Few men can place their pride aside for the greater good.
Only 22% of all mass shooting used AR style rifles. As a Percentage of the population, most shooters are of middle eastern descent.
Adding to the cash drain is the New York State lawsuit and the NRA’s hired lawyer bleeding us of cash. You can see that Governor Cuomo is happy to run out the litigation clock along with Wayne…
So I’ve waited to write this letter, having seen the good the NRA does it was and is important to gather all the information before voicing my opinion.
There are approximately 120,000,000 gun owners in the US. Remove the gangs and drugs, the US is one of the SAFEST countries in the world.
Back when the concept that owning a gun to protect yourself was part of just being an American and the 2nd Amendment was never a question, the Democrats wove into their DNA the desire to disarm…
You do this all so you can appease your Urban Masters in New York, LA, and Chicago and we on the Pro-Freedom side could not be happier for your help arming America..
What if I told you with-in 5 hours Bloomberg can have a team on the ground of any school shooting to organize protests and coordinate with CNN, the press arm of the gun confiscation movement.
Race Riots means a raise in ratings and clicks. Race Riots means the leftist get Trump media can promote their lies that the President is evil and progressivism is good.
Yes, you pay for Custom Shop S&W Model 19 Carry Comp Revolver, but the gun itself is a little jewel. A small revolver that is accurate and fun to shoot.
NRA Range Services offers a number of resources to public and private ranges across the country including on-site assistance, educational seminars, grants, and much more.
Their bigger goal is to “destroy the gun culture in Ventura County.” In case you’re wondering all the local liberal politicos will be there to celebrate the mass shooting.
Jeff Knox and I had a chance to spend some time together at the 2019 Shot Show. It was a frank and honest conversation about our views of the NRA, the battle for our RKBA and its future.
So let’s be honest without the National Rifle Association you would have lost your right to own a firearm decades ago.
I’ve had it with the attacks on the NRA, I expect it from “The Trace” and “Mother Jones,” but I find it repugnant when so-called 2A supporters use those questionable sources to scorch the NRA.
Professor Jon Lott commented that gun owners don’t seem to care about their gun rights as much as they use to. Is that true?