From Roy Huntington, Editorial Director,
"Here at FMG we've managed to come up with an offer to help the NRA build memberships quickly, in light of the upcoming elections.
In a nutshell, if someone wants to subscribe to American Handgunner or GUNS Magazine, they get a FREE NRA membership. The only caveat is it has to be a new membership, not a renewal. So, now is the time to get family members, gun clubs, Boy Scout Troops, your neighbor, etc. into the NRA ...."
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September 15, 2008, 08:04 PM
I'll pass it on!
September 15, 2008, 08:32 PM
American Handgunner Magazine and the National Rifle Association have teamed up to help insure your gun rights in the challenging year ahead.
You'll receive a FREE One Year NRA Membership and a one year subscription (six issues) of American Handgunner through this offer.
Already a NRA member? Not a problem. Use the free membership to sign up a relative or friend. Your contribution will add strength in numbers to the NRA's continuing battle against anti-gun forces.
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