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  • Two year NRA membership gift.

    I got my free NRA gift for signing up for two years.
    We need all the members we can get, to fight for our 2nd Amendment
    Freedom.
    I love reading my American Hunter magazine. They also have the American Rifleman for all you firearm fanatic folks. LOL ??
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    I received an NRA Gym type bag in Como for my two year sign up. I still get the American Rifleman. If Your Not A Member JOIN NOW and Be One;-))

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      Originally posted by Treestand View Post
      I received an NRA Gym type bag in Como for my two year sign up. I still get the American Rifleman. If Your Not A Member JOIN NOW and Be One;-))
      I got the NRA small duffel bag the last time. They had the NRA knife if you signed up early.
      The Rifleman magazine is more fireman reviews, opinions, new products and technology. There are many "firearm heads " on this website and would enjoy that magazine.
      No disrespect on that nickname, but back during the high school days, classmates who were into auto engines were called "motor heads".

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        Originally posted by Treestand View Post
        I received an NRA Gym type bag in Como for my two year sign up. I still get the American Rifleman. If Your Not A Member JOIN NOW and Be One;-))
        Life Member and I get the American Hunter for free.

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          Originally posted by Treestand View Post
          I received an NRA Gym type bag in Como for my two year sign up. I still get the American Rifleman. If Your Not A Member JOIN NOW and Be One;-))
          I paid for the Life Membership for the North American Hunting Club and they went belly up.
          I bought a Life Membership for my local shooting Range club and they tried to sell the range.
          Thank God the sale fell though.
          I have a bad taste for Life Memberships.
          I believe paying the NRA yearly or bi-yearly is a better offer.
          JMO

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Treestand View Post
            I received an NRA Gym type bag in Como for my two year sign up. I still get the American Rifleman. If Your Not A Member JOIN NOW and Be One;-))
            Gary You & Me Both. I too almost bough in to NAHClub also.
            But they had No land listed in NYS only out west.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Treestand View Post
              I received an NRA Gym type bag in Como for my two year sign up. I still get the American Rifleman. If Your Not A Member JOIN NOW and Be One;-))
              I like the NAHC Guide and outfitter reviews. You send them a self address envelope and list the hunting guide or outfitter. They would send reviews from other members.
              I was going to book with one Colorado guide and the a members bashed him, so I did not book with them. Other outfits got good reviews.
              It saved you from losing thousands with a poor outfitter.
              I miss that feature.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Treestand View Post
                I received an NRA Gym type bag in Como for my two year sign up. I still get the American Rifleman. If Your Not A Member JOIN NOW and Be One;-))
                Tree, I gave you the top answer award for taking the time to answer, and for being a brother NRA member. Thanks ?

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