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Default NRA knife made in China

replying to Michael A. Terrell, Sailer342 wrote:
Me too, but the NRA is taking this too far. It’s one thing to give away a
free hat (made in China), but for the leadership of this organization to give
away something you may have to depend upon for your life is too unbelievable!
I am not renewing my membership after all these (44) years. Wishing all the
members well. As for the directors: hope you don’t ever have to count on
that knife for anything!

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