Ordering from NRAstore.com is simple and convenient. If you already have an NRAstore account, simply sign in, then add the items you would like to purchase to your cart (be sure to turn cookies "on" in your browser settings). If you are a new customer, you can choose to create a new account, which will streamline your ordering process and give you access to your NRAstore purchasing history.
We also offer a "Guest Shopper" option, allowing you to shop without signing in. As you add new items to your shopping cart, the number of items and total will change in the bar in the upper right corner of the screen. When you are finished shopping, just click on "View Cart," then "Checkout." You will then be prompted to provide billing, shipping and payment information.
If you have a printed catalog and you already know what you wish to purchase, the NRAstore's Catalog Quick Order feature is designed to streamline your ordering process. Using the NRAstore printed catalog, you can quickly enter the alpha-numeric numbers of up to ten items on our easy-to-use Quick Order form (be sure to copy each item's number from the catalog as exactly as possible). When you click "CONTINUE," all entered products will be added as a group to your NRAstore shopping cart (you may be prompted to choose size, color, style or other required attributes). Of course, you'll have ample opportunity to edit the items in your cart before submitting your order. The NRAstore Catalog Quick Order feature cuts conventional ordering time in half!
Please review your order in detail before submitting, as we cannot modify an order after it has been submitted. Once you submit your final order, you will receive an email confirmation with your order number for future reference.
California recently rushed through legislation making it unlawful to communicate to those under 18 about broad categories of firearms, parts, and accessories. This includes not only information about their purchase and use, but also the promotion of firearm safety and training. This law also restricts communications that promote an organization such as ours.
As a result, the NRA is forced to restrict the sending of certain materials and information into California.
This restriction is made under protest, but we have to do this to comply with California’s infringement on the freedoms of speech and association of the NRA and our members, supporters, and the general public.
Once this unconstitutional law is struck down or repealed, this restriction will be removed.
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