Firearms

NRA News: Meet the Commentators

Diversity and the NRA. Three firearms experts from vastly different backgrounds speak up for their love of shooting. This video surmises what the NRA really is, a diverse group of people from all walks of life and professions. It’s inspiring to see people who feel so strongly about the Second Amendment. Tune in to NRA News to catch up and learn more!

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Comments (6)

  1. WHERE DID THESE PEOPLE COME FROM, ME LIKE !!!!!!!! AS A POLICE OFFICER I WONDERED IF
    THE NRA LOOKED LIKE THE REST OF THE “REAL AMERICA” NOT THE DUM STUFF I SEE EVERYDAY
    ON THE STREET.THESE PEOPLE ARE A REAL PRODUCT AND ARE WE GOING TO SEE MORE OF THEM.

  2. One hopes these outstanding young Americans are unaware of how duplicituous the NRA has been in compromising the basic premise of the 2nd Amendment , “…the right to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed”, in order to “appear reasonable” in negotiations over the years with the likes of Chuck Schumer.
    The NRA’s compromising fingerprints can readily be found on every major piece of gun control legislation since the early 1960s. Don’t take my word for it, it’s easy enough to check for yourself.
    Gunowners of America (GOA) and Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership (JPFO) are the only N0-COMPROMISE pro-gun organizations in the U.S.A.

  3. It’s a damned shame that the NRA has not repeated, ad-nauseum, the fact that they admitted blacks for membership many decades before the Civil Rights Act was debated in Congress.

    As usual, us conservatives lose the propaganda war to the Left.

  4. There are as many reasons for firearm ownership as there are people who own them. While one may be simply a collector or historian, another may be a competition shooter, and another might be a hunter while another may just shoot at tin cans. The comment about Joe Biden not being able to tell ME what I should own to protect my property IS stunning. I own a 100 acre farm in central Virginia, and I have copperhead snakes and coyotes that wander regularly. I do NOT use a shotgun on Coyotes that are after my newborn calves as why would I want to hit more cows than coyotes? I chose to use an AR 15 because it is light, maneuverable and extremely accurate at distance that a shotgun can not even think about reaching at ANY angle of fire. For the copperheads, I generally use a 1911 style Colt Defender semi auto pistol on my hip with the first three rounds being CCI rat shot. (That is ALSO useful in a robbery situation as who wants to attack when being hit by 32 steel bb’s in the face .. NOT leathal but generally effective. By the by, I DO HAVE A CONCEALED CARRY PERMIT FOR THE HANDGUN.)
    The ratshot is very effective on copperheads that tend to hide in my hay bales that I use to feed my Donkeys and Cows. If I was in a city, my firearm deployment might be totally different. These copperheads killed one of my neighbors hunting dogs right behind his house. As a tip of the hat to MR biden, I DO have two 16 inch barreled 870 Remmington Wingmaster 12 GA Pump shotguns next to my front and my rear farmhouse doors. The 87 year old lady down in town that was beaten and robbed inside her own home last year gave me pause to get the shotguns.
    PS. Smokin Joe, I have killed NO ONE. Never have needed to. Why should I be picked on with all of your new regualtions, bans and provisions? NONE of the measures you are pushing will effect ONE nutjob or ONE crook, as THEY DO NOT FILL OUT YOUR FORMS. I am FORCED to, so I do it. PLEASE, wake up.

  5. The first thing I begged to do as a child on route to the fair,was to find a shooting booth.I loved to shoot the 22 caliber,pump action rifles.I remember hunting as young as five with my grandfather.My two uncles in there early teens had to tag along.Even they laughed, when I tried to run down the rabbits,It prevented them from shooting.I don’t think they enjoyed taking me as much as I loved going.My dad bought me my first 410 bolt action, three shoot,shotgun when I was twelve. I wanted it much sooner.like around five. I was taught gun safety from the time I could talk, because guns were a part of our life’s.I came from a large family of six.My Mom’s family was larger 12 kids 38 grandchildren.All were raised around guns and trained.None of are gun’s have hurt us because they don’t have the ability on their own. A lot like a driving a car you must treat with respect and handle with care.The driver as well as the shooter is responsible for the action.I wish everyone would take gun safety training it’s a must.

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