Well I'll be different here, as usual. Jeez, I wish I could hear the same music as everybody else. The NRA is a fine organization, no doubt. My wife's dad was on the Board of Directors back many moons ago. She knows all of the old Names like Neal Knox, etc, and knew the people personally. But they go thru a tremendous amount of money these days and what I mean by that is that it has changed since my FIL was on the Board. The Board back then was mostly a volunteer bunch of well meaning people. Now it's a cash cow for a select few. Yeah, I know, we still need them but the pork is mighty fat in the NRA. If you want to contribute to a gun rights organization, try your local State Gun Rights bunch. Here, we have the Texas State Rifle Association and they get after the program whenever there's an issue in Austin. The NRA.......might show up. After what the NRA did to California, sorry, I'm a member but I'm not funneling money into an organization that doesn't even bother to show up. The GOA on the other hand, was the one leading the defense in California. I'd be looking a lot closer to home if I was looking for a gun rights group to support. I can assure you, they are far more focused on issues in your State than the NRA.
In Texas, we are assured by our State Constitution that our gun rights are protected from the Federal Gov't. The TSRA was instrumental in getting that passed during the last commies reign of terror. It was funded by Texans, passed by Texans. Support your State Gun Rights organizations, they need the help.