What is NRA Benefactor membership?

What is NRA Benefactor membership?

Endowment, Patron and Benefactor members are eligible to vote in NRA elections, receive special recognition at NRA events, and are sent credentials including a certificate suitable for framing, a lapel pin, a decal, a patch, and a new membership card so you can proudly display your membership status.

What is a benefactor member?

Benefactor members receive an extensive package of material including a handsome wooden Texas plaque, permanent membership card, certificate suitable for framing, lapel pin, cap, decals, and a lifetime subscription to the TSRA Sportsman.

What is NRA Patron Life membership?

NRA Life Membership As a life member, you'll not only enjoy regular NRA membership benefits for the rest of your life, but you'll receive an exclusive Life Member credentials package including a membership card, certificate, shooter's patch, lapel pin and decals—all attesting to your new NRA leadership role.

How many NRA Life members are there?

According to the NRA, it had nearly 5 million members as of December 2018, though that figure has not been independently confirmed....National Rifle Association.
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MembersApproximately 5.5 million (self-reported)
Key peopleWayne LaPierre (Executive Vice President) Carolyn D. Meadows (President)
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How much are NRA membership dues?

Your one-year NRA membership is just $45 and unlocks all of NRA's member benefits, giving you access to hundreds of dollars in savings. And if you'd like to save even more, choose a two-year membership for $75, a three-year membership for $100, or, for the best value, a five-year membership for only $150.

How much are NRA yearly dues?

Your one-year NRA membership is just $45 and unlocks all of NRA's member benefits, giving you access to hundreds of dollars in savings. And if you'd like to save even more, choose a two-year membership for $75, a three-year membership for $100, or, for the best value, a five-year membership for only $150.