In January of 2019 Director Timothy Knight wrote an article on Ammoland in which he described how a member can contact their BoD. In the article he describes writing individual letters to the BoD’s as being, perhaps, the most productive method since many directors never see comments, questions or concerns on social media. Those letters take time and are also expensive, though. If I bought seventy-six stamps that would cost me roughly $57.80 right now at my local Walmart. Imagine if I had sent a letter for each new revelation of lawsuits, improprieties or other concerns in the past three months! Suffice it to say that I would certainly not be able to afford continuing to send those letters. I still agree with Director Knight, (if you can afford the time, energy and money to write those directors via mail, do it) but for those of us who can’t there has to be another way.
(Name of Board Member or Attn NRA Board of Directors)
NRA Office of the Secretary
11250 Waples Mill Road
Fairfax, VA, 22030
I have been compiling information on our BoD which, ironically, you won’t find on the NRA’s website. Unless you receive the monthly American Rifleman magazine you probably have zero clue who those directors even are (outside of some NBA player who hasn’t even been sworn in, but on his second term as a director). There are several others who, like me, have been trying to contact their board and have graciously shared their findings with me. We were worried about the enemies of the NRA obtaining this information but it seems they already have. In fact, if you were to google information on the BoD right now you would see two anti-gun groups front and center sharing more information about the NRA BoD than the NRA’s website ever has. That is appalling to me, but I am further appalled by the lack of means by which we contact our BoD. While that may be appalling to me, I am simply outraged at the lack of attendance certain directors have had. I have included that attendance (courtesy Adam Kraut’s article) on this director list below and Save the Second has a full goal addressing that on our third goal, Director Attendance.
Please, use this information to politely, and responsibly, share your concerns with your NRA directors. We desperately need an NRA that is strong, effective, efficient, relevant and accountable to its members.
If you are on the NRA Board of Directors and would like us to redact any information here, we are happy to do so as long as you have alternate means by which your constituents can contact you.