NASGW Donates $50K to NRA-ILA

posted on September 18, 2018

The National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers (NASGW), the association representing shooting sports wholesalers, manufacturers and their trade partners, has donated $50K to the NRA's Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) to support industry advocacy efforts to protect Americans' Second Amendment rights.

“The NRA’s 6 million members appreciate the National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers' commitment to preserving our freedoms and the traditions we cherish. Our constitutional rights are under attack like never before, and NASGW’s continued support plays an important role in our fight to defend the Second Amendment” said Chris Cox, executive director NRA-ILA. NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action received $50,000 to support their efforts of education and advocacy in protecting Second Amendment rights.

“The National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers is proud to support NRA’s fight to defend the Second Amendment," said NASGW Chairman Brad Burney. "The NRA's impact in the shooting sports industry is unquestioned and NASGW is committed to supporting their efforts.

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