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NRA Lifetime Membership $600 is live again!!!

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Life Memberships $600 now $1000 $600 live again.

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I got the 5 year membership with a sixth year extension for $120. I figure if the government doesn't kill me trying to take my guns before then, I'll just re-up.
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For someone who's not an extremely avid gun user, what are the tangible (more specifically financial) benefits of an NRA membership?

Included firearm insurances is nice but not enough to justify on its own. I could care less about the free magazines. I live in CA and haven't seen much offered in the way of NRA partner discounts, but maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places.
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Well... People don't join the NRA for discounts.
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For someone who not an extremely avid gun user, what are the tangible (more specifically financial) benefits of an NRA membership?

Included firearm insurances is nice but not enough to justify on its own. I could care less about the free magazines. I live in CA in haven't seen much offered in the way of NRA partner discounts, but maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places.
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Well... People don't join the NRA for discounts.
I guess that's sort of my question... thanks
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For someone who's not an extremely avid gun user, what are the tangible (more specifically financial) benefits of an NRA membership?

Included firearm insurances is nice but not enough to justify on its own. I could care less about the free magazines. I live in CA and haven't seen much offered in the way of NRA partner discounts, but maybe I'm just looking in the wrong places.
Kind of shocking that you ask this. I suggest reading up on what the NRA does, it seems you missed it.
The BIGGEST benefit is that they support your rights to Keep and Bear arms. It is a never ending fight with the gun grabbers. THAT is your biggest benefit. !
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I would love to support them like I used to, but after they did Philando dirty I havent supported a damned thing they touch. 2nd ammendment foundation is a solid alternative.
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I would love to support them like I used to, but after they did Philando dirty I havent supported a damned thing they touch. 2nd ammendment foundation is a solid alternative.
How did they do Philando dirty?

Philando definitely didn't deserve to die in the interaction, but he was committing a crime at the time carrying drugs and was reportedly high. What do you expect them to say? They don't comment on the vast majority of news stories involving guns.
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Still a good price; I've been in-and-out for 40 years, it's just that every time I think about buying a Lifetime membership they come out and say something COMPLETELY ASININE... and then I say "No"...
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I've been in-and-out for 40 years, it's just that every time I think about buying a Lifetime membership they come out and say something COMPLETELY ASININE... and then I say "No"...
I was the same way. But it is my firm belief that if it wasn't for the NRA, gun rights would have been steam rolled after Sandy Hook. So I became a life member. Sure they annoy me at times. But the good outweighs the bad for me. In fact, just sent the PVF another donation. Time to fight... or sit back and lose.
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Never again, I don't like paying any org to get bombarded with junk mail asking for even more $$$.
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That's really strange, I get almost nothing from them in the mail or email. I must have unchecked some boxes at some point.
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I was thinking about buying memberships as gifts but realized I would just be signing relatives up for junk mail.
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I was thinking about buying memberships as gifts but realized I would just be signing relatives up for junk mail.
You can opt them out of any mailings with a email to "membership@nrahq.org" and have them put on the "Do Not Promote" list.
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