Are you serious when say the NRA has very little lobbying influence. The attacks by the demoncrats are working towards that end. It is shame that there are progun people furthering the democratic agenda here.BS.
Look at the NRA lobbying dollars. Not a lot spent means very little influence.
I assume you are talking about the ILA that is
What percentage of their money is spent on lobbying? This is where i send my money. I asked because I do not know. But to say NRA has no lobbying influence is strange. Trump typically listened to them. I never heard him mention GOA or the other smaller groups. Then there is the state organization. In florida the state NRA under marion hammer was the main lobbyist to get us concealed carry and other important laws.NRA-ILA maintains a staff of lobbyists to support pro-gun legislation, and runs most of the election operations for the organization, producing and buying advertisements in support of pro-gun candidates and against gun control advocates.
Shooting ranges have received a lot of support from the NRA and other organizations in Florida. The laws mentioned below support the status of shooting ranges and helps prevent them from being shutdown.
The State of Florida estimates that there are more than 400 sport shooting ranges in the state and that approximately one million shooting sport enthusiasts visit these ranges each year.1 Shooting ranges in Florida have received increased attention recently as a result of certain high-profile cases that have raised the regulatory agencies’ interest. This, in turn, has triggered the involvement of such influential national organizations as the National Rifle Association (NRA) and National Sports Shooting Foundation (NSSF), as well as public and private gun clubs in Florida. The upshot of this increased attention has been the passage of new laws and the development of new environmental stewardship practices that are applicable to Florida shooting ranges. This article will explain the background of these developments and discuss the legal and scientific issues associated with shooting ranges in Florida.