The National Rifle Association's ability to protect our Second Amendment rights is directly affected by the size and strength of our membership. While many of our five million members sign up and renew their memberships online, a great many more do it in-person through their NRA certified instructors, affiliated clubs, independent businesses, and other dedicated members who have become NRA Recruiters.
Anybody can become an NRA Recruiter and it's entirely free to sign up! There are already thousands of recruiters throughout the country helping firearms enthusiasts join and renew their NRA memberships at gun stores, shooting ranges, sporting shows, and anywhere you can find supporters of the Second Amendment.
There's always room for new recruiters because there's always room for new NRA members. Out of 90 million gun owners in the United States, only five million are a part of the NRA.
Not only does the NRA's programs and legislative activities benefit from increased membership, but the recruiters make a little extra money for all their hard work - up to $25 for every new member enrolled.
Interested in helping the NRA and earning a second income? Becoming an NRA Recruiter is not only free, but it's easy as 1,2,3:
Fax your completed application to 703-267-3810 or mail it to:
NRA Recruiting Programs
11250 Waples Mill Road
Fairfax, VA 22030
So you just sent in your form and are a brand new NRA recruiter. Now what?
Each new recruiter receives an NRA Recruiting Operating Guide, which contains a comprehensive walkthrough on signing someone up for an NRA membership. And don't worry, NRA provides all of its recruiters with free membership applications and promotional items to hand out. Recruiters also receive bi-monthly newsletters highlighting our latest membership deals and effective recruiting techniques as well as weekly "E-Cruiter" e-mails. Have questions? The NRA Recruiting Programs staff is here to help via our toll-free technical support line.
Keeping our Second Amendment rights is a priority for every firearms enthusiast and no one does more than the National Rifle Association. But we can't do it alone. Becoming an NRA Recruiter is a great way to do your part.