Should I join/support the NRA, Jow Forums? I've heard the Gun Owners Of America is...

Colton Wood
Colton Wood

Should I join/support the NRA, Jow Forums? I've heard the Gun Owners Of America is better.

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Lincoln Russell
Lincoln Russell

I'm in both

Xavier Diaz
Xavier Diaz

They didn’t send me a hat last year, so I didn’t join this year.

Adam Jones
Adam Jones

What are the pros and cons of them?

Carter Roberts
Carter Roberts

Ask /k/, they would know more

Daniel Murphy
Daniel Murphy

Sure, if you like gun control.

Benjamin Sanders
Benjamin Sanders

not totally sure
I like to use their events to meat other enthusiasts and both are good for that
but some people say the NRA is trying to establish themselves as the representative for gun owners so they can negotiate our rights away later

Camden Bennett
Camden Bennett

Well the NRA isn't the best, but they're the only ones with lobbying power so donate to both because the GOA has been successful in a few minor court appearances.

Grayson Flores
Grayson Flores

Goa actually does shit. They fought against the bump stock ban

Daniel Richardson
Daniel Richardson

NRA is just a republican organization. When republicans go after guns they go silent.

Charles Morales
Charles Morales

Later?

They've been negotiating your rights away for eighty-five years.

Ayden Morgan
Ayden Morgan

I joined both and give higher donations to GOA. NRA loves to cuck on gun rights, best you can hope out of them is maintaining the status quo. Only reason to give them money in my opinion is to keep them afloat until the GOA, which actually seems to want to fight for gun rights, gets powerful enough to be able to drop the NRA.

Jaxon Collins
Jaxon Collins

NRA is a “reasonable gun control” organization AKA a Trojan Horse.

Ayden Butler
Ayden Butler

rifle association
but we support banning everything except the single shot mechanism of a rifle itself.

Liam Lewis
Liam Lewis

Should I join/support the NRA, Jow Forums? I've heard the Gun Owners Of America is better.
Both. NRA is what the gungrabbers focus on and they keep your firearms rights intact.

GOA actually support gun laws being loosened.

Chase Diaz
Chase Diaz

Join both. It is all there is. Although sometimes I feel like they are shill organizations letting our rights slip away little by little and taking our money at the same time.

Jack Baker
Jack Baker

NRA is a “reasonable gun control” organization AKA a Trojan Horse.
But they draw fire from all the gungrabbers. Without the NRA, the gungrabbers would go after orgs like the GOA.

Aaron Turner
Aaron Turner

I like FPC personally; but I'm a sucker for anything coalition.

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Thomas Campbell
Thomas Campbell

The leftists want both organizations destroyed. For that reason alone we should support them.

Connor Turner
Connor Turner

I always send them both their money. I am not sure the left is not gaming us with their hate.

Jason Walker
Jason Walker

Trojan Horse appeal, the left uses the NRA as a primary target calling it “the voice of gun owners” because they sure as fuck don’t want to call GOA that.
The NRA is beneficial to the gun restriction movement because ‘even the NRA agrees with banning [whatever here], only fringe retards don’t want to ban this.”

Ethan Allen
Ethan Allen

shill thread.

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Chase Richardson
Chase Richardson

Support the NRA because it's what is attacked and the gungrabbers say we shouldn't.
Support the GOA because they actually hold our rights.

Jose Cruz
Jose Cruz

anti-Whites whole plan relies on feelings
lol

Logan Lee
Logan Lee

Oh lawdy, don't thrown me in that NRA biar patch, Brer Fox!

Robert Young
Robert Young

Oh lawdy, don't thrown me in that NRA biar patch, Brer Fox!
The NRA is the tank everyone is shooting at instead of focusing on the infantry. They can take the hit from the small arms fire as long as their support holds.

If one thinks that the NRA ceasing to exist would be a benefit for the gun rights supporters, they're delusional.

Easton Lopez
Easton Lopez

I'm not a shill. I'm asking an honest question.

Jace Sullivan
Jace Sullivan

NRA is literally harboring a terrorist

Eli Nguyen
Eli Nguyen

NRA is literally harboring a terrorist
Okay, I'll bite. Who?

Camden Foster
Camden Foster

she keeps getting better looking
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Jack Richardson
Jack Richardson

This is a defensive posture. The biggest problem with the NRA is they are not pro-active enough. They should be trying to get Congress to pass more pro-gun reforms, like repealing the Hughes Amendment, or the NFA outright (which isn't their position). Being constantly on the defense fucks you. It means the gun grabbers are the ones always working on legislative design, while we're just trying to stop them, but you can't stop them every time. The Democrats will get government back sooner or later. The best strategy would be to repeal enough of their gun controls so that when they do get government back, they busy themselves trying to regain lost ground, instead of acquiring new ground.

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