Frequently Asked Questions
What is the National Association for Gun Rights?
Where are you located?
What is your mailing address?
National Association for Gun Rights
Loveland, CO 80539
What is your telephone number?
How do I become a member?
What are the benefits of a Lifetime Membership?
- An exclusive NAGR life member lapel pin
- Official National Association for Gun Rights tactical flashlight
- Framed Lifetime Member Certificate
- NAGR member decals
- Member status with NAGR that never expires!
What is the Frontline Defender Program?
Do you have a newsletter?
How are you different from other gun rights organizations?
- The NRA played a major role in the passage of Brady Instant Gun Owner Registration as well as the Lautenberg Gun Ban. NAGR opposed these gun control schemes.
- NAGR promotes Constitutional Carry legislation, which is the simple concept that people shouldn’t be forced to ask permission to exercise their right to bear arms. NAGR and its state affiliates have led the charge to pass Constitutional Carry in Wyoming, Kansas, Maine, West Virginia, Idaho, Mississippi, Missouri, and New Hampshire. In contrast, many gun rights groups promote “National Reciprocity” legislation, which will ultimately lead to more government regulation over the right to keep and bear arms. Learn more about the difference between Constitutional Carry and National Reciprocity here.
- NAGR surveys every candidate for federal office and state offices and provides reports of where each candidates stands on specific gun rights issues, with no bias or rating system.
- Unlike many gun rights groups, NAGR does not endorse “little victories.” Our God-given rights were outlined in the U.S. Constitution, and we will never stand by and allow them to be infringed.
Which candidates do you endorse?
Our Political Action Committee, NAGR-PAC, endorses candidates.
Where did you get my name from?
How do I contact my representative on Capitol Hill?
What is "Constitutional Carry"?
NAGR strongly believes Constitutional Carry is the way our founders intended for citizens to exercise their Constitutionally-protected right to bear arms. NAGR has helped propose Constitutional Carry legislation in dozens of states, and was instrumental in passing Constitutional Carry in both Kansas and Maine in 2015, along with New Hampshire in 2017.