NRA-ILA App Now Available

posted on July 16, 2016

With this critical election year in full swing, NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action is living up to its word to “fight like hell” to defend the Second Amendment at the ballot box this November.

NRA-ILA has introduced the NRA-ILA app, developed with the group’s activist, volunteer and grassroots army in mind. The “one-stop shop” will allow anyone with a smartphone to join the frontlines of the fight to defend Second Amendment freedoms.

Through the app, users will be able to earn action points to unlock badges and climb the leaderboard; chat with like-minded activists from around the country; share user-generated content; engage with NRA images, videos and stories; stay up to date on events in their area; and even contact their lawmakers. In short, they’ll be able to stand and fight for the Second Amendment like never before.

Click here to download the NRA-ILA app and get started defending freedom today.

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