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Hey folks - I don't know if ya'll have seen this, but I wanted to mention that Alex Horn is doing a raffle and auction (for two incredible knives) to support Tuesday's Children, a 501(c)(3) non-profit that supports the children of the families impact by 9/11. It's probably one the the most...
If anyone is curious what that is, Amazon has a program they call Amazon Smile where they donate to someone you name every time you buy something from them. You have to go through Amazon Smile, it costs you nothing. If anyone can suggest a better org, I'm all ears, but that's who's...
Hello nwfa want to give back this year! Im selling my Smith and Wesson 637 good condition and very little rounds. I'm asking 250 I'll will like erock split it 50/50! 125 to a children's health charity or buyers choice and other half to nwfa. Please check out erocks ad for his lcp chairty gun. I...
It is time for the Annual Vision X Night Match Classic! Every year, the Paul Bunyan December USPSA outlaw match proceeds go to less fortunate children via the Marine Toys for Tots foundation. This year we decided to go BIG, and all match proceeds from this amazing event will go to the Marine...