That perfect gift!


“Be a real American Warrior for gun rights and freedom.  Join GOA
and sign up as many members as you can.” — Ted Nugent

With a little over a week left until Christmas, many folks are still looking for that perfect gift.

Well, look no further.

Why not give your pro-gun family and friends a gift membership in Gun Owners of America?

You will not only be finishing up your Christmas shopping list… you’ll be increasing the voice of the most active grassroots gun lobby that is constantly on the front lines defending your rights.

The more activists who, like you, send their e-mails and postcards to their legislators… the louder your voice becomes in the halls of Congress.

As stated by Senator Jim DeMint:

Every letter, e-mail, or phone call makes a difference because elected officials know that for every one person who contacts us about an issue there are at least a hundred and maybe a thousand who feel the same way.

It’s by unleashing the power of the grassroots that your GOA helped bring down the anti-free speech DISCLOSE Act… secured some protections for gun owners in ObamaCare… repealed the Amtrak and National Park gun bans… and defeated scores of anti-gun Blue Dog Democrats, who lied to the American people by trying to portray themselves as pro-gun legislators when really they were not.

You know which gun lobby has been on the front lines — warning you of the threats originating in Washington, and alerting you to opportunities for going on the offensive.

All along, it’s been GOA!

To give a gift membership in Gun Owners of America, simply go to:

The $20 fee is still a bargain, as you will be signing people up as members in the hardest-hitting gun lobby in Washington, DC, for about the cost of a box of ammo.

Once you click on just fill in the information for your family members or friends.  You can then print out a Gift Certificate which you can present to the recipients of your generosity.

The new Congress is just around the corner.  We have an ambitious agenda.

As we stated in our previous alert, we are going to be lobbying to shut down the BATFE (or to put a straitjacket on them, at a minimum); to liberalize concealed carry (so good people aren’t registered like sex offenders before exercising their rights); to block UN gun control; to pass Firearms Freedom Acts (which allow states to imprison any federal official who tries to enforce unconstitutional gun control laws); and much, much more.

You have already added your voice to our grassroots network… and we thank you.  But now we need you to help increase our voice, so that when Congress reconvenes in January — and we gin up grassroots activists — they’re going to feel the heat like never before.

Please go to to sign up your friends and family today!

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One Response to “That perfect gift!”

  1. Patrick Sperry Says:


    DENVER, Colo. — If you’re looking for some last-minute, low-cost gift ideas for the outdoor enthusiast in your family, the Colorado Division of Wildlife offers great gifts at its offices throughout the state, and at its on-line store:

    “Hunters and anglers stay involved in their activities year around,” said Debbie Lininger, marketing coordinator for the DOW. “We offer a variety of gifts on our web site for sportsmen, sportswomen and kids.”

    For the gift that keeps on giving year-around, get a subscription to Colorado Outdoors. The popular magazine features articles on hunting, fishing, wildlife watching, DOW law enforcement cases, great photography and much more. A one-year subscription that includes six issues, plus the hunting and fishing guides is just $13; $22.50 for a two-year subscription.

    A variety of books provide tips on hunting and fishing, wildlife watching, Colorado birds and reptiles, and even wildlife history. A cookbook provides tried-and-true wild game meat recipes.

    Several DVD titles focus on fly fishing, elk hunting and an overview of Colorado’s wildlife.

    A selection of t-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, stocking hats and ball caps is also offered. For the collector in your family, pick up one of the sew-on patches that feature Colorado wildlife.

    Hunting and fishing licenses for 2011 don’t go on sale until March 15, but you can let your family and friends know your intention of buying them a license with a note in a card.

    For the young or novice hunter, offer to pay the cost for a hunter education class, most are just $10. Check the web site for dates and locations throughout the state:

    For more information about Division of Wildlife go to:


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