Like many other group mebership things such as AAA or AARP or USPSA, they have discounted member services and negotiated discounts.Jeff 9mm M&P said:What are the real benefits of joining?
Like many other group mebership things such as AAA or AARP or USPSA, they have discounted member services and negotiated discounts.raz-0 said:[quote name='Jeff 9mm M&P']What are the real benefits of joining?
raz-0 said:then there's secondary benefits. The NRA makes avialable a lot of resources for designing and building ranges, and a attractively priced range insurance. There are usually membership requirements attached to the latter. Which means i have to be a NRA member to join my local clubs, but my membership is likely cheaper because of the NRA.
Has it occured to you that if you are a member, you will know of events in your area and legislative matters occurring too? NRA mails out political "reccomendations" with gradings for your representatives in Congress. If someone is an "A", keep them in, if not...PatM&P said:I hear they send out a lot of mailers asking 4 money....they should spend less money on that and put it towards protecting us and our rights.
living in illinois it seems like our gun laws just keep on getting worse, especially compared 2 a lot of other states..I'm really glad I don't live in chicago..
If I heard of more NRA action taking place in IL I would join, until then I doubt that I will
but I guess that's still my right
and please don't hate me 4 my choice....I guess this would be someones chance to change my ways