Announcing Your Free Spring 2020 NRA Club Connection Magazine

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posted on April 21, 2020
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Want to learn more about how NRA programs can benefit you, your shooting club and your community? We’re excited to announce that the Spring 2020 issue of NRA Club Connection is ready for you to enjoy. Available as a digital, downloadable magazine, NRA Club Connection is your insider’s pass to everything NRA’s programs and services have to offer your NRA Club. Inside you’ll find information about how to apply for NRA grant funding, advice on range services, information on club success stories and much more.

This season's edition focuses on timely points of interest, such as NRA-ILA's guide to voter contact in the era of COVID-19 "social distancing," but that's just the beginning. You'll also find NRA's Gold Medal Club Award Winners, information on NRA's new free Experienced Hunter Education Course and other must-know information. 

Click here to read your copy online, or to download one to save and enjoy later! You'll also be pleased to note that we've archived previous issues of NRA Club Connection, so you can catch up on anything you've missed, any time. You can also elect to click here if you like, to be added to our NRA Club Connection mailing list. (Your NRA does not disclose readers' contact information.) From all of us here at NRA, happy reading!

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