NRA Foundation Supports Texas Sheriff's Office

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posted on June 4, 2015
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The NRA Foundation has awarded the Fayette County Sheriff's Office a grant totaling $4,790 to fund the purchase of Service Pistols and ammunition for Sheriff's Office Reserve Deputies and Corrections Personnel.

This grant continues a longstanding relationship between the Fayette County Sheriff's Office and the Friends of NRA, the National Rifle Association's grassroots fundraising program. The NRA charter pledges support to United States law enforcement agencies and the organization regularly assists departments with procuring equipment and materials necessary to protect their communities.

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