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Re: NRAI Membership

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goodboy_mentor
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Re: Re: NRAI Membership

Postby goodboy_mentor » Tue Dec 18, 2018 2:52 pm

mundaire wrote:Send it across to me, will be happy to do the needful.

The usual condition applies, whenever someone posts here next, asking for the same favour, I would expect you to "pay it forward" by proposing/ seconding that person's application. :)

Cheers!
Abhijeet
What good does it really do to RKBA by adding more members to NRAI? Isn't the usual purpose to get membership is to somehow get "license" and then "disappear"? Isn't it only indirectly legitimizing and strengthening a system inherently designed with aim to destroy RKBA?

If someone thinks that by adding more "license holders", it would strengthen RKBA, then there were many "license holders" around 1983, when three firearm limit was enacted. How many quietly surrendered there firearms without any meaningful protest? How many protested or raised their voice? In future what good will these type of ignorant "license holders" do?

Or may be, I am missing some important point?


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Re: Re: NRAI Membership

Postby sfcabhishek » Wed Dec 19, 2018 7:50 am

goodboy_mentor wrote:
mundaire wrote:Send it across to me, will be happy to do the needful.

The usual condition applies, whenever someone posts here next, asking for the same favour, I would expect you to "pay it forward" by proposing/ seconding that person's application. :)

Cheers!
Abhijeet
What good does it really do to RKBA by adding more members to NRAI? Isn't the usual purpose to get membership is to somehow get "license" and then "disappear"? Isn't it only indirectly legitimizing and strengthening a system inherently designed with aim to destroy RKBA?

If someone thinks that by adding more "license holders", it would strengthen RKBA, then there were many "license holders" around 1983, when three firearm limit was enacted. How many quietly surrendered there firearms without any meaningful protest? How many protested or raised their voice? In future what good will these type of ignorant "license holders" do?

Or may be, I am missing some important point?


Maybe people usually do that, I am not aware if such membership entitles you to a license.
And maybe NRAI can be a forum which would push for RKBA and a larger membership of such organization would put democratic pressure or persuade the parliament to recognize RKBA to a greater extent. ( Just a general thought, I may be wrong)



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Re: Re: NRAI Membership

Postby Abhilashdsar » Sat Apr 27, 2019 10:46 am

ashokgodara wrote:Thanks bhai
It became possible because i got lots of help from senior members of IFG.A friend helped me buy match grade rifle at very good price.I am really great full to our own Tenex(Anand ji) who gave her coaching on shooting and worked very hard.During mavlanker my daughter was facing problems in kneeling position Anand ji specially flew from Bangalore to chennai to correct her errors.I must say i am very lucky to have friends like you and Anand and many more on IFG who are always ready to help.
Regards

Good to hear that our senior member r very dedicated to this forum and helping each other in one or other way at any possibilities, really feeling great to be an IFGian.




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