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Social Networking has been around for thousands of years! Get out and meet people the old-fashioned way. Lots of activities for NRA members and non-members, too. Or, just make online contacts. It's your choice.

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Be a Friends of NRA Volunteer:

  Become a volunteer for Friends of NRA, a charity of the NRA Foundation. This is a great way to make lots of new friends, while having fun helping your local committee prepare for an annual...

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Attend a Friends of NRA Banquet:

  Attend a Friends of NRA banquet and help the NRA Foundation do important charitable work in your local community, and in your state. Imagine your company Christmas party is being held in...

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NRA Life Member Level:

  NRA Life Membership is an option chosen by those people who want to support the NRA at a higher commitment level, with a one-time membership of $1,500.00. Some people could see it as a way...

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NRA Junior Member Level:

  NRA Junior Members are under the age of 18, though the same level can be maintained one or two years beyond that age. Young members receive a special magazine with less political content,...

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NRA Super-Life Member Levels:

  NRA Super-Life memberships are levels just above Life Member, and are characterized by one-time cash donations, and include Patron, Benefactor, and Endowment levels. Currently, members must...

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NRA Distinguished Member Level:

  NRA Distinguished Members are typically over the age of 65, or they are disabled veterans. Whether choosing Annual, Life, EPL, or other member level, Distinguished members get a special...

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NRA Website and Resources for Young Shooters:

  NRA Junior Members can find information on competitive shooting programs, training and marksmanship, firearm safety, clubs and social activities, shooting camps, Insights Magazine, wildlife...

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NRA Chief Range Safety Officer:

  An NRA Chief Range Safety Officer is a Range Safety Officer with additional training, experience, and certification, so that they are qualified to teach others to become Safety Officers....

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Civilian Marksmanship Program:

  The Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) is not part of the NRA, but the two organizations are still closely aligned. For those interested in competitive shooting and in related youth activities,...

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Join an NRA Club:

  There are thousands of local clubs across the country. Join one or two and see what you've been missing all this time! Find clubs for hunters, collectors, preppers, history buffs, battle...

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Enter a Shooting Competition:

  Think you have the Right Stuff? Try competing in any of thousands of NRA and/or CMP matches held each year. Also, get your kids involved at an early age - can be a great confidence builder,...

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Start an NRA Club:

  You can start a new club as an NRA Affiliated Club, or you can apply for NRA Affiliation for a club you already own. If your club is involved in general firearms exposure, basic marksmanship,...

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NRA Life of Duty Member Level:

  Designed as a special benefit for active duty military, law enforcement, and first responders, this NRA member level offers free first year membership, special discounts, special added insurance,...

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NRA Basic Member Level:

  This is the most basic and populer NRA membership level. With annual dues of $40.00 US, members are entitled to all basic member benefits, including your choice of several monthly magazines...

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NRA Law Enforcement Instructor:

  The NRA Law Enforcement Firearm Instructor Development Program is sponsored by the NRA Law Enforcement Division, and is designed to provide qualified instructors to the law enforcement community....

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NRA Range Safety Officer:

  NRA Range Safety Officer training and certification is designed so that clubs and shooting ranges can have a standard for overseeing safe operation of their facilities. The program is available...

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Become an NRA Certified Instructor:

  The NRA has special training and certification so that you can become a Certified Instructor. This can be a great career opportunity. Candidates for the instructor program should already...

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Sell at an NRA Gunshow:

  Become a gun show vendor if you believe you have marketable goods and/or services that might interest shooters, marksmen, or sports enthusiasts. Sure, people sell firearms and ammo, but...

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NRA Hunter Clinic Instructor Program:

  This NRA certification is for skilled and experienced hunters to assist in helping those with less experience, to become better and safer hunters. Specialized areas include Whitetail Deer,...

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NRA Heritage Society:

  The NRA Heritage Society is an exclusive group of donors who have demonstrated their commitment to the NRA through estate planning. That is, the NRA is included in their will or trust....

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NRA Charter Member:

  NRA Charter Members are donors who become members of special NRA donor societies according to size of their donations. Think of these societies as membership levels above Life and Super...

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Be an NRA Grassroots Volunteer:

  Be an NRA-ILA Volunteer, and you will be directly involved in our political process, and especially, in protecting the Second Amendment. This is a great way to meet people who are just like...

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Attend the NRA Annual meeting:

  This is the Super Bowl of NRA Events. Try to make it to at least one of these sometime before you - well, just add to the old Bucket List! Buy tickets and make plans early for the 2016...

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NRA Member Visa Card:

  NRA Members may apply for a First National Bank of Omaha NRA Visa card. With a very cool logo, you can make a strong statement every time you use your card. Also, you can now design your...



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