Fear & Loading: NRA Weekend at Gander Mountain

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posted on August 25, 2016
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Gander Mountain is giving $25 company gift cards to shoppers who purchase a discounted $30 NRA annual membership in one of its nationwide locations Sept. 10 and 11. Throughout that weekend, NRA representatives will be at stores to answer questions and process the paperwork for new and renewing members.

“Intro to Firearms Safety” seminars, which cover safe gun handling, proper storage and cleaning, will also be conducted during the two-day event. The first 50 customers in the door of each store receive a free cable lock from the National Shooting Sports Foundation’s Project ChildSafe.

“Our customers look forward to hunting season all year long, and we’re here to help them get the gear they need to get back outside,” said Gander Mountain President Derek Siddons. “Gander Mountain is committed to providing responsible citizens with access to firearms and educational programs that promote proper use, care, safety and security through our partnership with NRA and our on-going ‘With Rights Comes Responsibility’ campaign.”

“Gander Mountain is providing a convenient experience and a great discount for the firearm community to purchase of renew their NRA membership,” said NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre. Following the NRA weekend, customers can purchase NRA memberships at Gander Mountain stores across the nation for $30—with benefits that include one free NRA monthly magazine, $2,500 in firearm insurance and exclusive discounts and offers—and receive a $10 Gander Mountain gift card. To purchase online, visit GanderMountain.com.

In addition, select locations have a Gander Mountain Academy on site. The full-service ranges feature expert instruction and state-of-the-art range space, so there’s no reason to surrender trigger time to take advantage of this special offer.

Image courtesy Gander Mountain.

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