Saw a discussion of this on another forum. There were 2 attorneys, one of them the VP of the IN State Rifle and Pistol Association, involved. The attorneys both said they believe the NRA is not in financial trouble but were stating the worst case scenario damage they could suffer from anti-gun politician's attempts to influence various New York financial institutions to stop doing business with them. The statements resulted from a lawsuit filed by the NRA.
One of the attorneys reviewed the court filing and said this...... "it looks like they aren't so much running out of money as they are claiming they will have no where to put their money, no one to handle it and no way to buy insurance or offer credit cards or insurance to its members."
Like George said... I think with record new members, and income from new sources, I think it's a ploy to get the anti-gunners to lower their guard and expose their plans. But...in case I'm wrong, I am sending them a check, just to make sure!
I agree with Steve... I am a Benefactor Member and I have not received any mail-outs from the NRA indicating that they need some money... Like Steve, I may just go ahead and send in my semi-annual $500.00 check..
Saw a piece on it from 8/7/18. The stink is that Gov. Cuomo of NY is throwing a fit about the NRA Concealed Carry Insurance because he doesn't want concealed weapons anywhere. He is trying to coerce the insurance companies and financial institutions to not support the NRA, thereby making it impossible for the NRA to function.
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