Defend Firearm Freedom: Answers to NRA’s Most FAQs

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posted on March 2, 2018
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What is NRA's position on raising the age to purchase shotguns or rifles for law-abiding adults who have never done anything wrong? Why does anyone need what the media calls an "assault weapon"?  Why shouldn’t owners be required to register their firearms?

These are just a few of the most commonly asked questions of the NRA and its more than 5 million members. Now more than ever, it's imperative to respond with facts rather than emotion. To assist, NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action has compiled a fact sheet for these questions and others that are often posed of millions of law-abiding Americans who have chosen to exercise their Second Amendment rights. Find it here, along with a wealth of other information that will make you better prepared to defend your firearm freedom.​

For more:
NRA-ILA 
NRA-ILA's Frequently Asked Questions   
NRA's Support for the National Instant Criminal Background System: Fact Checking the Fact Checker
NRA Statement on Long Gun Purchases by Law-abiding Adults
Tell Your Lawmakers TODAY: Punishing Law-Abiding Gun Owners is Not the Answer



 

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