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Are you "All in?"

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Shrinkmd, May 24, 2012.

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  1. Shrinkmd

    Shrinkmd Member

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    Did you order your coin yet? Hope it looks nice in person...
     
  2. OARNGESI

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    what coin
     
  3. 2zulu1

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    I expect he is referring to the NRA challenge coin. :)
     
  4. smalls

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    Would you like to expand a little? Some of us may not be "in the know", including I.
     
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    I am a NRA member, but I'm donating money to SAF and to Ron Paul's election campaign, and getting involved in local and state politics -- ultimately to elect pro-2A senators and representatives. And I've signed up to be an election judge.

    NRA can keep their coin, I think I'm "all in" already.

    Donate money to the NRA to help defeat Obama this November, and Wayne LaPierre will send you a medallion:

    [​IMG]
     
  6. YankeeFlyr

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    God, I'm glad I'm not a single-issue voter.:scrutiny:
     
  7. smalls

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    How much do I have to donate? I don't even care about the coin. I can't vote, so I like to help as much as I can.
     
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    I have about 3 or 4 issues. Most of them relate to civil rights and a sound currency. 2A is civil rights.

    IBTL
     
  9. 2zulu1

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    2A is a Constitutional right that may be in serious jeopardy by proponents supporting United Nations policies that would outlaw civilian handgun and semi automatic firearms ownership in general.

    This website is a great example of what thousands of members can accomplish by sharing personal firearms knowledge and experiences with other free citizens who share in the lawful use of firearms.
     
  10. RhinoDefense

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    I think the coin idea is stupid. What's the point?
     
  11. Snowdog

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    Awesome! A coin... awesome....
     
  12. M2 Carbine

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    I agree but the coin might be a valuable collector's piece for your grand kids when they show it to their friends and talk about "how grandfather use to actually be able to own guns years ago. If course that was back when the government was the servant of the people, instead of the other way around".
     
  13. evan price

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    meh...another trinket.

    In 75 years they will appear on whatever the current version of "pawn stars" is on the entertainment projector and someone will think they must be worth a gazillion megabuck credits, and the pawn shop guys will tell them they were a freebie from the NRA and contraband punishable by ten years' hard labor on the Jovian salt mines.
     
  14. pockets

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    Yet another NRA challenge coin.....whoopee.

    In a few days they will appear on eBay, along with the rest of the NRA coins.

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    Probably made in China....... like most of their promotional stuff.
     
  16. Walkalong

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    While I hope we are all working for gun rights/freedom at the local and national levels, GGD's isn't the place to debate it.
     
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