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    I know that we have a few new members here so I wanted to repeat this opportunity for them and anyone else interested in joining the NRA. As a recruiter, we have a discount set up with the NRA. Just follow the link -

    http://membership.nrahq.org/default....ignid=XP019625

    I understand that some folks have their thoughts and reservations about the NRA. While you are certainly entitled to your opinions, I would hope that you wouldnt derail this thread. I simply want to make this discount available to members if they are interested. In this economy, everyone likes to save a few dollars.
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    I was curious, so I looked, that link works for renewals as well!

    TFred


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    Have question - hope you know or can get the answer.

    I see that a Distinguished Life Membership (65+ yo or disabled vet) is much cheaper that a regular Life Membership - $375 vs $1000.

    So why does a one year Distinguished Membership cost more? $30 vs $25 ?

    Never noticed that before.

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    Grapeshot wrote:
    Have question - hope you know or can get the answer.

    I see that a Distinguished Life Membership (65+ yo or disabled vet) is much cheaper that a regular Life Membership - $375 vs $1000.

    So why does a one year Distinguished Membership cost more? $30 vs $25 ?

    Never noticed that before.

    Yata hey
    Normally distinguished membership is $30 and regular membership is $35.

    Discount is $25 for membership, but I bet distinguished gentlemen can probably get the $25 discount price too.

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    Grapeshot wrote:
    Have question - hope you know or can get the answer.

    I see that a Distinguished Life Membership (65+ yo or disabled vet) is much cheaper that a regular Life Membership - $375 vs $1000.

    So why does a one year Distinguished Membership cost more? $30 vs $25 ?

    Never noticed that before.

    Yata hey
    I never noticed that either. Good question. If I can come up with an answer, I'll let you know.
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    TFred wrote:
    I was curious, so I looked, that link works for renewals as well!

    TFred
    Yes, it works for renewals as well.
    James Reynolds

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