NRA Foundation 2020 Auction Now Open for Bids!

Love this tattered flag adorned with the patriotic words of the Second Amendment? It can be yours—or bid on 80 other items!

by posted on August 12, 2020
FONRA Auction Tattered Flag

This tattered flag paired with the words of the Second Amendment has seen better days, yet regardless of its flaws, still invokes pride and hope for America's future. This patriotic wall art, donated by Precision Metal Art,  is just one of the standout items up for bid in the 2020 NRA Foundation Auction. If home decor is not what you’re in the market for, there are 80 other items in this summer’s lineup on which to bid, including dozens of firearms from major gun manufacturers, jewelry, apparel, knives, gear and accessories.

The NRA Foundation Auction runs from August 10 to 24, 2020. To view all the items up for bid and to register to participate, go to NRAFSUMMER.givesmart.com.

All proceeds go toward the NRA Foundation, benefiting the protection of the shooting sport and the future of freedom. The NRA Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization and contributions are tax-deductible for federal tax purposes to the extent allowed by law.

For more, go to friendsofnra.org.

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