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Old January 31, 2013, 01:06 PM   #37
Double J
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Join Date: February 12, 2007
Location: So. Illinois
Posts: 547
I once belonged to the NRA. Then found out that all the privilages that went along with my membership didn't apply to the area where I lived. There was no training, no areas to shoot. The hotel discounts didn't exist. Most haden't even heard of the NRA then. Then came along all of these gun laws and restrictions and I can't say the NRA helped much by compromising my right to carry a gun. If times are so much better since the group got into politics, I haven't noticed it. We got more laws now than ever with less rights than ever. There's nine times more members than there were back then. A fatter piggybank and still no more freedom. Finally, got my name off the membership roll so maybe a little more off the Fed's radar when time comes to ditch our guns. But they do have a nice museum they say.
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