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NRA Carry Guard Launches With A Bang

NRA Carry Guard Launches With A Bang

The new NRA Carry Guard program has experienced an extremely successful launch, with feature-length articles in all NRA official journals and a giant presence at the Annual Meetings in Atlanta spurring a strong run of memberships.

As NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre said during a speech at the Members Meeting, “NRA Carry Guard is the most comprehensive level of personal protection training, education and insurance for every law-abiding citizen who carries a firearm. It’s the most elite, essential and effective training that’s available in the United States of America. And an NRA Carry Guard card should be in the wallet or the purse of every American citizen.”

An NRA Carry Guard card should be in the wallet or the purse of every American citizen.” — NRA Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierreIn fact, NRA Carry Guard offers innovative training tailored to real-life conditions, but it also aims to prepare you for—and protect you from—the unpleasant, expensive legal ramifications of a defensive shooting. Along with the program’s top-of-the-line insurance packages, you will learn what to expect in the courtroom and how to plan accordingly, courtesy of the “Rights & Responsibilities” video curriculum.

First, the training: NRA Carry Guard’s program was developed by veteran Navy SEALs George Severence and Eric Frohardt, along with Green Beret and LAPD veteran James Jarrett. And it is a high-water mark for firearm training.

“I had the honor of running through the Level I carry course under George, James and Eric’s personal direction,” said NRA spokesperson and NRATV host Dana Loesch. “I’ve taken a lot of firearms classes. I consider myself very well trained. But I gained skills here that my previous instructors hadn’t emphasized.”

Loesch explained that the course taught her as much about her rights and responsibilities, and when to pull the trigger, as it did how to pull the trigger—and she came away even more confident in her ability to make the right decisions under extreme stress.

“This is truly the most comprehensive training program ever developed specifically for those who carry,” Loesch said. “And as an NRA Carry Guard member, you’ll get immediate access to hours of instructional online videos, covering in extreme detail how to be prepared for the real-life situations every gun owner might face.”

As for the insurance, if you carry a gun for self-defense, you shouldn’t be without a personal protection insurance plan.

As for the insurance, if you carry a gun for self-defense, you shouldn’t be without a personal protection insurance plan.“Today’s America is the most lawsuit-happy culture in the history of the world,” Loesch said. “And gun owners face the extra threat of widespread bias and misunderstanding. In this environment, if you are going to carry a firearm in self-defense, you have no choice but to find the strongest, most comprehensive coverage from the most trusted name you can find. Because even if you do everything right, even if the police clear your name, even if no charges are ever filed in criminal court, you still risk being dragged through a civil lawsuit that will cost substantial time and money, even if you win.”

Additionally, NRA Carry Guard provides 24/7/365 access to the members-only hotline for incident reporting and emergency assistance, along with full coverage for your spouse at no extra charge.

Use Your Power!

Sign up for NRA Carry Guard today and receive: √ Up to $1 million in insurance-backed protection. √ Immediate access as needed to supplementary payments for bail, bonds, legal retainer fees, firearm replacement, compensation while in court, psychological support and cleanup costs. √ Spouses are automatically included, with full coverage, in your policy. √ The most comprehensive training program ever developed for those who carry firearms. √ Supported by the full weight of the National Rifle Association. Learn more and sign up now by calling 1-866-NRA-5050 or clicking here.