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Is NAAGA a subsidiary of, related to, or owned by any other group of firearms organization?
No. NAAGA is completely 100% self-owned and controlled.
How do I join NAAGA?
Please visit https://naaga.co/memberships/. The membership fee is currently $39 annually for Individual membership, $59 annually for Couples membership and $89 annually for Family membership (up to 4 qualifying family members)
What are the age requirements to join the organization and chapter?
A person must be at least 18 years old to join NAAGA. Minors who are at least 10 years old can participate in shooting activities but must be accompanied and supervised at all times by a parent or legal guardian.
Do you have NAAGA chapters in my area?
Please visit https://www.naaga.co/chapters to find NAAGA chapters locations and contact info listed alphabetically by State.
How do I become an member of Bass Reeves Gun Club (BRGC), Atlanta?
To be recognized as an active BRGC Member, the requirements are as follows: 1. Register your annual membership at https://naaga.co/memberships/, 2. Compete the NAAGA New Member Orientation Class (NMOC), 3. Attend BRGC General Meetings and/or actively participate in the growth and development of the chapter.
I paid my NAAGA dues. How can I receive my digital membership card or any correspondence?
Your digital membership card is automatically generated and Emailed when you register for your NAAGA membership. If you haven’t received it, check your email SPAM folder. Also, the email you used to register must be entered correctly. If you cannot resolve the issue, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Where can I purchase NAAGA apparel and patches?
How can I purchase BRGC, Inc. apparel and Chapter Patch?
If I have a felony conviction or a misdemeanor conviction for domestic violence, can I become a member of NAAGA or Bass Reeves Gun Club?
No. If you have a felony conviction or if you have a misdemeanor conviction for domestic violence (and the conviction has not been pardoned or expunged and rights to possess a firearm restored), under federal law (and under most, if not all, state laws), you are not legally allowed to possess a firearm and therefore are prohibited from joining the organization.