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RETURN ADDRESS LABELS

Suggested Contribution $20.00

We appreciate your support of TSRA over the years. Your support allows us to take care of the day-to-day expenses involved with running an office, maintaining member records, and supporting Texas State Championship Matches. Please visit our match page to view upcoming matches.
The contributions that our members make to all of our fundraisers help cover the costs of having a vigorous Legislative team that vigilantly protects the 2nd Amendment rights of you and other Texans. During the bi-yearly Texas Legislative session, our contract lobbyist, Mark Borskey, is in the Texas Capitol almost daily, and often until the wee hours of the night. Ensuring that the pro-2nd Amendment bills are supported, and the anti-gun bills are not is an ongoing challenge during a session.
If you didn’t receive mailing labels, you can order more return address label sheets, and we will ship more to you by contributing $10.00 or more and selecting 'More Labels'.

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Suggested Contribution $10.00 and for every $50.00 contribution you get another entry into the drawing

A New Tradition – the TSRA Car Sticker

The enclosed 2023 Car Sticker replaces our magnet program and is a statement piece that shows our commitment to the Second Amendment while being a fun and accurate answer to the anti-gun movement. We specifically chose this classic form of expression to reach out to our members and potential new members of all ages.
Speaking one’s mind and standing up for our freedoms are embedded in Texas heritage. We are proud of this heritage and are determined to continue it by fighting for our rights in the state legislature. Our lobby team works side by side with the NRA lobbyist to review every bill filed and follow up with bill authors and other legislators to ensure pro-gun legislation moves forward and anti-gun legislation measures are stopped. This will be especially important during the 88th Legislative session.
The funds raised through this outreach are critical to everything we do, from legislative and conservation efforts to our support of competitive shooting sports to educational efforts. We have sanctioned state championships for multiple disciplines, supported youth shooting teams, and have increased our legislative efforts. Your support makes all of this happen, and more.
Incentive Opportunity!
For every contribution that is received, you will be entered into a drawing for a Smith & Wesson Model 36, 38 Special with a 2” bbl (FMV $700.00). For every $50 donation that is made, you will receive an extra entry into the drawing which will be held on April 7, 2023. All mail entries must be received by April 3, 2023, and online entries must be received by April 6, 2023, please see the rules for additional information. We are grateful for all gifts but please consider the extra donation for additional entries.
 

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“THAT’S THE WAY I REMEMBER IT”

Suggested Contribution: $39.95

TSRA member, and retired Texas Ranger Sergeant, Joey Gordon has contributed many articles to the TSRA Sportsman since 2018. The stories typically revolve around firearms used by Texas Rangers and other Texas lawmen. In researching the stories, Joey travels around the state of Texas and makes phone calls to the people named in the story, relatives, or co-workers. He also travels to take photographs or requests photographs from those who have them.
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Suggested Contribution: $44.95

TSRA member, and retired Texas Ranger Sergeant, Joey Gordon has contributed many articles to the TSRA Sportsman since 2018. The stories typically revolve around firearms used by Texas Rangers and other Texas lawmen. In researching the stories, Joey travels around the state of Texas and makes phone calls to the people named in the story, relatives, or co-workers. He also travels to take photographs or requests photographs from those who have them.