"Nation of Riflemen: Why the NRA Rocks" by Nutnfancy





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Published on Mar 29, 2011

You can thank the NRA that we continue to be a "Nation of Riflemen." Granted this is an ideal lost on many if not most, but in most states this national and personal security asset is alive and well...and protected by the NRA. Many reasons are given by usually reasonable people why they can't or won't join and participate in the organization. I address a few of them here along with my answer to each. The "protectionist" forces arrayed against the American gun owner are legion and very well financed. And yet it usually falls on the relatively small shoulders of the NRA to do all the battling as they have for years, many examples given. There are other excellent pro-rights organizations that do good work but none have the clout and effectiveness of the NRA and I have personally seen them absent in my own local battles to preserve gun rights. Meanwhile the NRA rolled into town and duked it out and saved freedom. It takes commitment, courage, and lots of money to wage and win the battles in preserving and RESTORING the American right to bear arms. It is an individual right, God-given and yet many state and federal laws and statutes trample it every year. Through its NRA/ILA arm, the organization works tirelessly to overturn and prevent draconian laws that serve to limit, register, track, pursue, harass, and ultimately disarm the law abiding gun owner. All freedom lovers, whether here or abroad should be found within the ranks of the NRA. If you are a gun owner help pull your weight, don't sweat your small disagreements with NRA policy, and stand up an be counted. Without the NRA, harassment, licensing, and outright banning of all gun types would probably be the reality of the US gun owner long ago. Being a Nation of Riflemen is costly and it takes patriots to keep it a reality.////////////////////////// NRA YouTube page at: http://www.youtube.com/user/NRAVideos ; Join NRA at: http://membership.nrahq.org/default.a... for ONLY $25 annually (Regular price is $35)

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We would not have one gun in our safes in our homes if the NRA never existed. I have been a life member for decades and am paying my fair share as much as I can afford. If you have a gun and want to keep it you need to join the NRA. Gun control groups will not be happy till not only can you not own a gun but it is illegal for you to look at a picture of one in a book. Wake up nonmembers don't be a freeloader join. buy a membership and/or volunteer your time!
Dan Connaughty
Nutnfancy, i paused this video and joined the NRA on the spot. thank you for helping me understand why its so important to give back to the organization that helps make possession of the guns i hold so dear possible.
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The NRA is the reason I am able to own guns in Chicago. You bet I'm a member.
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Never owned or even fired a firearm. As of 15 minutes ago I'm an NRA member. Thank you (all).
thumbs up if you were an NRA member before you saw this
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Danny Darmody
My grandfather told me when I turned 18 either I can join the NRA or pack my things and leave lol
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aaron stewart
I will be becoming a member of the NRA as of tomorrow! Didn't realize everything they did for us law-abiding, gun-owning citizens of America!
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I've only recently become a gun owner, but I've been an NRA member for years for just the reasons Nutnfancy makes here.
Okay nutn. My only excuse over the years was procrastination. After watching your vid, I clicked the NRA ad right here on YouTube and became a member. Keep the great content coming!
NRA is now offers $495.00 for life membership. It was $1000.00
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