NRA Members Council of Greater San Diego Monthly Meeting ( 2nd Wednesday of each month)

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The Members’ Council members are all volunteer NRA members and have three basic areas of emphasis:

Education – Educating people on firearms and the Second Amendment is paramount.
Legislation – We are ever diligent in staying on top of proposed legislation regarding firearms and hunting.
NRA Membership – The Members’ Council spends a lot of time signing up new members to the NRA.

Our meetings are open to NRA members and guests. If you are not an NRA member please call an officer or any NRA member and ask to be included as a guest or click the link below and become a member of the NRA. Meetings are held at 7:00 P.M., on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at:

Pinnacle Peak
7927 Mission Gorge Road
Santee, CA 92071
(619) 448-8882

6:15PM to 7:00PM Meet, Greet, and Eat!
7:00PM to 8:00PM General Business Monthly Meeting.
8:00PM to 8:30PM Talk with other NRA Member’s and Meet the San Diego Council Officers.


Hi All!

The NRA Members Council has a new meeting location:
The El Cajon Elk’s Lodge
1400 E. Washington Avenue
El Cajon, CA 92019-2534
Meeting is tonight, second Wednesday of the month, April 10, 2013.
Come early (6:00 PM) to have dinner and the meeting starts at 7:00 PM. Having dinner is not required. Come early to talk guns.
Meeting open to all NRA Members. Pro 2nd Amendment folk can come as my guest.
Stay up to date with the latest news on gun laws and other gun issues.
You can also join other people fighting to retain and strengthen our right to keep and bear arms by participating in various activities.
If you live in the 80th Assembly District and have been watching the news about the coming Special Election don’t despair. There is a strong 2nd Amendment Republican running in that race. Governor Brown and the Democrats seem to have manipulated the system to keep Republicans off the ballot in this race by the use of arcane election laws and quick action that made it virtually impossible for anyone to get on the ballot without prior knowledge of what Democrat Governor Jerry Brown ended up doing. To vote for the 2nd Amendment candidate, you will need to go to the write-in part of the ballot and fill in the oval with a pen and write the name Lincoln Pickard on the line next to the oval. For some up to date details about the campaign: .
We have a strong advocate for the Second Amendment radio host that can be heard daily on the internet. Many of us would like to hear her on one of the regular stations so that we could hear her while driving in our cars. A call to local radio stations by many of us could make that happen. Her name is Dr. Gina Loudon.
You can call, email or write a comment to ask the stations to include her in their programming:
Thank you

Lincoln Pickard

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