The Mako Group Recognized as NRA Premier Industry Ally

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posted on December 19, 2014
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Because of their resolute belief in the 2nd Amendment rights of Americans to possess firearms, and their dedication to strengthening NRA through membership recruitment, The Mako Group has been recognized as a Premier Industry Ally of the National Rifle Association. Mako joins firearm industry stalwarts Remington, Ruger and Brownells, among many others in this group.

"We are so proud to be recognized as a Premier Industry Ally by the NRA. America has a long and well-known history of gun ownership, going all the way back to the founding of this nation nearly 240 years ago," said Mako Chief Executive Officer Addy Sandler. "The responsible ownership and use of firearms is the right of every American and we are honored to be affiliated with an organization dedicated to protecting that right. "

The NRA is recognized as the oldest civil rights organization in the United States. Randy Clark, manager of NRA's Recruiting Programs said, "We are extremely pleased to have The Mako Group as our newest Premier Industry Ally. They've made a wonderful commitment to NRA and its programs by doing everything in their power to attract new members."

The Mako Group is the exclusive U. S. representative for top-quality Israeli firearm accessory manufacturers, including FAB Defense, Meprolight Optics and Night Sights, E-Lander Magazines, and Front Line Holsters. The manufacturers represented by The Mako Group are recognized for innovative products that have been field tested and used by the Israeli Defense Forces.

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