Gun owners need to sign up immediately for a lifetime membership to the NRA.
Why? Let me tell you.
As of January 7, the anti-gun team of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have officially won the White House. The US Congress is also in anti-gun hands.
The bottom line: more gun control legislation is coming at us. Just ahead of the election, Biden announced this:
We have to fight back – hard.
I don’t mean picking up a rifle and head off to war. I mean politically. We have to block all anti-gun legislation locally and in Washington DC. To do that, we need to organize – something the NRA has been doing for decades.
Organized, we can slow down, modify and stop any and all legislative threats to our freedoms. Disorganized – well, we will have them rammed down our throats.
I think Ben Franklin said it best:
You have several choices in how to join the NRA. Follow my recruiting link here.
The best deal is on the Lifetime Membership which is currently discounted in an effort to bring as many people into the fight as possible. That will be a $1,000 investment into the fight and gets you full voting rights at the National Rifle Association.
The $600 NRA life membership discount from years past is gone! The current best deal is $1,000 to secure your lifetime membership to the National Rifle Association with full voting rights. Follow my recruiting link here.
Keep in mind, the current NRA membership deal is for a limited time only and can change at any time. Those who have missed prior deals know this to be true.
If you cannot afford a lifetime membership, consider a one-year or five-year membership. While these levels do not earn you voting rights within the National Rifle Association, they still help the fight and provide you with important information about new legislation, a magazine subscription of your choice and a wealth of additional benefits.
NRA Lifetime Membership
If you think gun rights are safe, you would be incorrect. Not only are states like California aggressively attacking your civil rights, but anti-freedom organizations are continuing to push for more legislation at the local and federal levels as well.
New Jersey just passed a slew of new gun control laws, and its governor is pushing for more. Even “safe” states like Florida have pushed new knee-jerk gun control laws.
Did you know that under Florida’s new laws, a 20-year old can’t buy a hunting rifle to deal with feral pigs destroying his farm?
Why do I need a NRA Lifetime Membership?
Like many of you, I don’t agree with the NRA on every point. Yes, I think the organization could use a better direction. But they are fighting many of these draconian laws like the one that prevents adults from owning rifles in Florida.
Plus, as a lifetime member, you get full voting rights. That means you decide who will be on the board of directors. This can help direct the organization down the path that you think it needs to go. I think there need to be some changes, and we need every voting member to make that possible.
Can’t Afford a NRA Lifetime Membership? No problem!
Even if you cannot afford to sign up for the lifetime membership, the NRA still offers a discount on annual memberships.
Annual memberships are benefitting from a $10 price drop. An annual membership does not get you voting rights until you’ve been a member for five consecutive years. However, it gets you on the team with the magazine and other benefits until you are in a position to jump up to a lifetime member.
If it sounds like I’m pushing hard for everyone to join the NRA, it’s because I am. I want to improve the organization with fresh blood and encourage it to be more active in defending our rights to firearms and self-defense. We live in bad times and a strong, energetic NRA has never been more important. Please, take advantage of this NRA membership discount and sign up. Even if you can only grab a one year deal, hop on board!
Please note: My support of the NRA does not diminish my support of other gun rights organizations. I also recommend that everyone be a paid member of the Second Amendment Foundation and the Firearms Policy Coalition.
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