NRAstore Releases Summer 2014 Catalog

NRAstore
NRAstore Releases Summer 2014 Catalog
National Rifle Association
National Rifle Association

FAIRFAX, Va. --(Ammoland.com)- The NRAstore has released its summer 2014 merchandise catalog, adding 27 new items to the more than 1,000 available for this season’s warm weather adventures. Request a free catalog at www.nrastore.com.

New products for summer feature shooting accessories, women’s gear, apparel, and survival gear like the NRA Covert Comfort IWB Holster, Inprint Biometric Security Safe, and NRA Women’s CCW Shoulder Bag.

“The Summer 2014 catalog is chock full of innovative new items to enhance the NRA Lifestyle this summer,” said NRAstore Sales Manager Dirk Grove.

“When you shop with NRAstore, all profits go toward vital NRA programs, so you can get some great merchandise while supporting our Second Amendment freedoms.”

The NRAstore is every firearms enthusiast’s one-stop shop for showing their Second Amendment support. From hats to decals, bags to books, shirts and so much more, the NRAstore is always adding new items to help you live the outdoors lifestyle to the fullest.

 

About the National Rifle Association
Established in 1871, the National Rifle Association is America’s oldest civil rights and sportsmen’s group. Five million members strong, NRA continues its mission to uphold Second Amendment rights and is the leader in firearm education and training for law-abiding gun owners, law enforcement and the military. Visit http://nra.org.

  • 2 thoughts on “NRAstore Releases Summer 2014 Catalog

    1. Many of the items in their catalog are truly innovative and useful. However, I do not feel that it is wise to advertise “I have a gun” when most all of the items have the NRA logo on them. They have “concealed carry” cases and bags that would be very effective. Except that there is a huge “NRA” logo plastered across the front. Many people may not carry their handgun all that often, but as for me, I carry wherever it is legal. And I don’t advertise the fact, to the general public, either.

    2. I agree. I am willing to support NRA but I have zero desire for any potential idiot or criminal to know I am carrying. I don’t want to be the first shot because they see a gun on my hip or a bag indicating I might have a weapon. I think advertising of that type or even logos on my truck could provide incentive for someone to follow me hope and find my toys. I like plain brown, not even “tactical black”, in other words, “camouflage” of a different type.

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