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jdw276

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I am and I started a charter nmlra club. I did think they did something different with the covid years. Carried over reservations or some to another shoot? I am not sure. I stay in a hotel.

I have been a member for about 15 yrs. Enjoy the mag, enjoy friendship and have a great time of fellowship with my charter club fellow shooters. No regrets what so ever.
 

Uncle Miltie

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I was. They have a "no refund" policy regarding reservations at their grounds. People lost money when the NMLRA scheduled events in late 2020 knowing there was a chance ongoing Covid restrictions would cancel them, yet they still refused to refund fees.

The justification was "rules are rules," and it was explained the policy was put in place over 25 years ago when bad weather caused many cancellations and the refunds almost bankrupted them.

Weather is unpredictable, as are pandemics, but they have had 25 years to develop better policy. I'm not going to support an organization that thinks it is justified in keeping people's money because of poor planning and administration.
I love the NMLRA but disagreed very strongly with how the situation was handled. It is my NMLRA though and I shall stick around to make it better.
 

toot

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I attended my first & only shoot back in 1962. it was a great time. I got to meet TURNER KIRKLAND, & bought a NAVY ARMS BUFFALO HUNTER RIFEL, off of him and shot it at the shoot. the down side was an 18 hour drive straight through, only stopping for gas. I had JET LAG for several days.
 
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