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Program Benefits

Your organization or club can become part of NRA's network of clubs nationwide. NRA Youth Club Affiliation provides you with numerous benefits and services from NRA, such as:

Club Benefits

Commissioned Recruiting Program

Help your club earn money by recruiting NRA members both through your club and at outside venues such as gun shows. Recruiter programs earn commissions of up to $10. Many clubs earn thousands of dollars each year through this no-cost program! NRA provides recruiting material and offers tips and techniques on becoming a successful recruiter.

100% Club Benefits

Clubs maintaining a 100% NRA individual membership in any calendar year receive additional benefits (including our unique 100% Plaque).

Outstanding Youth Club Award

Your club can receive awards for outstanding programs and achievements.

Range Development Grant Program

NRA affiliates may qualify for grants to acquire, develop or expand shooting facilities. NRA grants average $4 million dollars each year!

NRA Training Programs

Your club can offer its members NRA training programs that teach firearm safety and handling, marksmanship, hunting skills and more.

NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits

The 150th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits will be held September 3-5 in Houston, TX. With over 800 exhibitors and a jam-packed schedule of seminars, workshops, special events, concerts and celebrity meet and greets, you don’t want to miss out on this exciting celebration of freedom.

Liability Insurance

Your club will be eligible to purchase valuable NRA-endorsed insurance coverage for your shooting and hunting activities.

Free Legislative Alerts

Your club will be alerted of legislation likely to affect sportsmen and clubs at the national, state and local levels. Clubs with fax machines and/or computers can receive up-to-the-minute information from NRA-ILA Grassroots.

NRA Program Materials Center

NRA has gun safety materials, handbooks, videos, posters and other training aids to assist program leaders in teaching the safe gun handling and marksmanship fundamentals.

Free Magazine Subscriptions

NRA Family  (NRA's Magazine For Youth)

Find fun for the whole family! Catch up on the latest Second Amendment news for all ages. NRA Family provides ideas for family adventures and tips for hunters and shooters of all skill levels.

American Rifleman

As the NRA's flagship publication, American Rifleman presents its loyal readers with expert coverage of rifles, shotguns, handguns, ammunition, optics and other shooting accessories. American Rifleman is the largest firearm magazine in the world, covering everything from the newest products off the manufacturing line to historical firearms, and keeps its audience updated on political events regarding the Second Amendment.

American Hunter

American Hunter reaches out to all sportsmen and women, bringing information about the newest hunting guns, optics and accessories, as well as providing techniques and tips for all kinds of game. Top outdoor writers provide detailed articles on strategy, adventure and the commitment to conservation. With more than 1 million readers, American Hunter's audience leads the effort to pass the outdoor sportsman's rich heritage to the next generation.

America's 1st Freedom

America's 1st Freedom is the magazine for NRA members dedicated to preserving our fundamental right to self-defense. From breaking news on latest anti-gun schemes to in-depth investigations into explosive topics such as BATFE's "Fast and Furious" debacle, America's 1st Freedom reports the news that impacts our gun rights. Not only does America's 1st Freedom debunk myths presented daily by the main stream media, it also provides legal analysis to educate readers who want to help get the word out about firearm rights.

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For more information and a club affiliation form, contact the NRA Clubs and Associations Department at (800) 672-2582.

National Youth Shooting Sports Cooperative Program

NRA has resources, programs and training to assist youth organizations, such as Boy Scout troops, Royal Ranger outposts, American Legion posts, JROTC units, 4-H clubs, FFA chapters, commercial summer camps and U.S. Jaycee chapters.