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  1. Ruin their quarterly junkets to Texas? They’re not that dumb to bite the hand that feeds them. They were all complicit. If the NRA wants to keep members, there needs to be a concerted effort on someone’s art to clean house.
  2. Plugged to only 2 in the magazine, with 1 in the chamber is the rule.
  3. Over the course of the six-week trial, prosecutors detailed specific expenses that they said showed Mr LaPierre and other executives had used NRA funds as their "personal piggy bank". Mr LaPierre visited the Bahamas more than eight times by private plane using funds intended for the NRA, for a total cost of $500,000. The evidence also included helicopter trips to car races to avoid being stuck in traffic, as well as money spent on landscaping and anti-mosquito treatments at Mr LaPierre's home. There were also gifts for friends and family and expenses such as hair and makeup styling for Mr LaPierre's wife.
  4. Did the Governor release a statement on this? He was concerned about people carrying guns a year ago. Other than some physical pain and embarrassment, nothing will happen to this guy.
  5. The short of $64 million occurred from 2015 to 2018. Yet everyone there sat around on their hands and let LaPierre continue to run things until his resignation last week? It will be interesting to see what chief of staff Joshua Powell discloses.
  6. No one was willing to bite the hand that fed them. They need a top to bottom cleaning. Fewer new members join each year. Their membership diminished greatly in the last three years. This is just another black eye that will keep memberships down. How are they going to woo new members? “Join the NRA, Wayne is gone now but the rest of us under his watch are all still here. We realize negligent oversight cost the NRA $64 million over the last few years, but we’ve cleaned up our act and promise to do the right thing.”
  7. The cards are stacked against this guy. Those findings they uncovered aren’t made up. Sad that every BOD member sat back and were complicit with what went on. Sounds like one big fudd circle jerk. The whole lot should be eradicated and they should start anew. Better hope they can recover for if the NRA falls it will be a huge win for the anti’s.
  8. I like the front sight on this.
  9. They should purge the remaining dead wood and start fresh.
  10. New Jersey broke the ice with the first mass shooting by an individual. His weapon: a Luger https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/08/28/wwii-veteran-became-americas-first-mass-shooter-1949/2139054001/
  11. Think about it, that was almost thirty years ago. Some folks on this forum weren’t even born yet!
  12. It proved to be a waste of time in New York as well with their CoBIS initiative. (2 empty shell casings with your new purchased handgun.) https://www.ocshooters.com/Reports/cobis/cobis.htm
  13. “That's where the glowing spotlight on the NRA ends. For, if you really cared about the Second Amendment, you'd want nothing to do with the NRA. Remember when I mentioned that the NRA started lobbying in 1872, not long after their formation a year earlier? The NRA created a Legislative Affairs Division in 1934 and testified before the 73rd Congress to support the very first major federal attempt at gun control: the National Firearms Act. That's right, ladies and gentlemen, the NRA, in their first major lobbying effort, lobbied for gun control, not against it. In fact, for the majority of the 20th century, the NRA not only supported gun control, but they lobbied for and even drafted gun control legislation.” Maybe this was a fudd mistake, but they need to jettison LaPierre, his custom suit collection, and his private yacht cruises.
  14. Most quality shotguns dating back to the late 1800’s have serial numbers, particularly any doubles. I can’t speak for any “hardware store guns.” though. What most don’t have are paperwork of transfer of the infamous or NJ COE.
  15. Anyone who thought this wouldn’t happen is fooling themselves. I’m all for constructing and building, but a certain element took it to the next level, and no one should be surprised. Like every other restriction, it’s always a small handful that ruin it for everyone else.
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