Just in time for the Presidential election, the newly-released Third Edition of the book NRA… The Rest of the Story has been re-cast as a more impactful rebuttal to misleading headlines about the firearms industry, shooting sports and the NRA. With the same “Kiplinger” style as the 2014 release, the updated edition challenges readers to reconsider what they think they know about the NRA.
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In the book’s introduction, NRA President Allan Cors’ writes: “Many have an opinion about the National Rifle Association, but if all they know is what they hear on the evening news or read in social media, then they probably don’t know much about the NRA… NRA’s mission was expanded in the mid-1970s to include being an active participant in the legislative and public policy arena in support of protecting and advancing the guarantees of our Constitution. While this part of the NRA, popularly known as “the gun lobby,” is critical to the preservation of all civil rights, you may be surprised to learn that it is only one of many programs and services offered by the NRA to both members and non-members alike… Whatever your position is on the subject of responsible firearms ownership, you owe it to yourself to include this book in your research. — Allan Cors.”
Readers play a very important role in the non-profit, buy-one-get-one-free delivery approach (two for $8) by passing their extra copy on to an acquaintance or friend. Bulk quantities are available to clubs, groups and associations by contacting the author, Chip Lohman, directly at email@example.com. Individual copies are sold on eBay and Amazon.
Author’s Background: Author Chip Lohman began shooting competitively in the Marine Corps. As an infantry officer with extensive weapons training, Lohman competed with the M14 rifle and the M1911A pistol and ran one of the Marine Corps Sniper Schools. Lohman is an NRA-certified training counselor who has taught nearly 3,000 students in handgun safety and personal protection in the home. His affiliations include memberships with USA Shooting (U.S. Governing Body for Olympic Shooting), the United States Practical Shooting Association and NRA Life Member. In 2007, NRA hired him to help coordinate shooting sports among two million youth organization members and, in 2009, he became the Managing Editor of NRA’s free, online magazine: Shooting Sports USA: www.ssusa.org. In 2015, Lohman was promoted to Deputy Executive Director for NRA Publications.