and 2ND AMENDMENT FOUNDATION.
I think so, and GOA and whomever else is trying to protect our 2A rights, which will be under serious assault during the next 4 years.Intentionally let my NRA membership lapse couple years ago....would now be a good time to re-think that?
Agreed.The only reason I care about that group of worthless junk mailers is the National Firearms Museum in Virginia. Now if they decide to become relevant again and become a the staunch supporters of the 2nd I will reassess my opinion.
Or just do your research first and don't bother with organizations that aren't doing what they claim to be doing and have poor track records like the NRA. Save that membership fee and buy ammo instead.Join 'em all, and let the politicians sort it out.
But do your research first. Not all all of them are what they claim to be.
I said do your research first, in my post. You should, rather than jumping on the leftist bandwagon against the NRA. While it's "cool" to hate on the NRA, it's not based on the whole truth.Or just do your research first and don't bother with organizations that aren't doing what they claim to be doing and have poor track records like the NRA. Save that membership fee and buy ammo instead.
Every time I've dug into the history of the NRA I've found them doing nothing but selling us out at the last minute or blatantly doing so in the open in the past 50 years or so. That's about as long as Biden has been a Senator and gotten nothing done too.I said do your research first, in my post. You should, rather than jumping on the leftist bandwagon against the NRA. While it's "cool" to hate on the NRA, it's not based on the whole truth.
While the NRA has it's problems, in the past and still today, it's done more for 2A than any other organization. I'm not originally from Mississippi, but Miami, Florida. Growing up there weren't the gun traditions there that there are here. Most homes didn't have a firearm, and most folks only thought about guns for hunting. And, if they didn't hunt (most of them) they didn't care about firearms, or anti-gun laws. Most households didn't have a gun, most families I knew didn't have guns. I've lived all across this country, and it's a big world out there, and lots of folks don't think the way we do here. Even some folks that live here don't think about guns like we do. NRA education programs have changed peoples attitudes about firearms from "duck hunters" to "protect the 2A." It isn't perfect, but no group is. I believe it's time for LaPierre to go, but even if that happens, the left will find some other whipping horse to try to undermine the NRA. It's what they do.