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Old 02-24-2018, 01:38 PM #4
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Nice.

This should entice some small % of mfers to leave the NRA cuz they are plenty of perks being with this type of group. Paying $35/year to get x% off this & y% off of that isn't a bad decision when you can save more than the membership paid.

The NRA had an opportunity to led this issue better when they spoke & instead went off on the same ole bs. Well I won't say its all bs cuz there should be more safeguards in play BUT there should be less target shooting toy guns for sale as well. These mfers keep ignoring that angle to this problem & thats a f#cking problem to the average mfer who's not riding for or against the NRA otherwise if they bring up that issue & now its gonna be a problem for the NRA.
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