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RESOLVED: The North Carolina Rifle and Pistol Association (NCRPA) supports our North Carolina gunsmiths’ rights to engage in traditional machining activities on legal, existing firearms neither intended nor destined for export. The NCRPA thus opposes recent U.S. State Department efforts to regulate our gunsmiths as arms export manufacturers, opposes requiring them to register with the U.S. State Department’s Directorate of Defense Trade Controls, and opposes requiring them to pay an annual $2,250 federal fee.
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The North Carolina Rifle & Pistol Association was established in 1938 as the sole state-wide organization affiliated with the National Rifle Association (“NRA-affiliated State Association”). The Association is a formally registered non-profit civic organization, under both North Carolina and Federal Law. Due to our political activity as a civic organization, donations to NCRPA are not tax-deductible. NCRPA is run entirely by volunteers.