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a powerful lobby that advocates the right to own and bear arms and rejects any gun regulation by the government

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DALLAS, Texas--In multiple North Florida cities, drivers on major highways have been seeing huge billboards reading "The NRA is a terrorist organization." That particular campaign was launched by "Mad Dog PAC," an outfit run by former Bill Clinton staffer Claude Taylor.
Since the NRA's last annual meeting, gun-control advocates have been galvanized by multiple mass shootings including the deadliest in U.S.
The NRA's deep pockets and bare-knuckled approach leave the impression it effectively purchases loyalty from lawmakers.
Members of the NRA have access to special offers from partner companies on its website, ranging from life insurance to wine clubs.
"NASGW is proud to support NRA's fight to defend the Second Amendment," said NASGW Chairman Brad Burney.
7-11, a solid majority of Americans (58%) say they have an overall favorable impression of the NRA. This includes the highest recording of "very favorable" opinions (26%) since Gallup began asking this question in 1989.
Said James Debney, Smith & Wesson President and CEO, "Through its various programs, pro-gun reform legislation and grassroots efforts, the existence of the NRA is crucial to the preservation of the shooting sports and to the entire firearms industry.
As regards social security payments, the NRA also registered a record collection rate, with receipts from social security contributions and health insurance contributions totaling nearly BGN 5.8 B.
Designed to house most* semi-automatic handguns, the NRA Handgun Holster features a unique Quick Flip Locking Bale to lock the handgun in the holster.
But 2012 was different: The NRA wasn't simply reaching out to its core constituency--it was reeling in big checks from conservative funders eager to take advantage of its grassroots muscle.
LaPierre delivered an impassioned defense of the firearms that millions of Americans own, in a rare NRA news briefing after the Newtown, Connecticut, shooting in which a gunman killed his mother, and then 20 children and six adults at an elementary school.
The NRA, which claims 4.3 million members and is based in Northern Virginia, did not return telephone messages Monday seeking comment.
(MANASSAS, VA) NRA Life and 5-year members will cast their ballots for 1/3 of the NRA Board of Directors over the next two months.
Lawyers for the defendants, the M1 toll operators, yesterday queried the consistency of the NRA's own conduct in relation to by-laws.
However, the National Revenue Agency (NRA) discovered that more than 90 per cent of them have failed to do so, NRA head Krassimir Stefanov said on February 21.