Originally Posted by bluetentacle
CRPA is not only involved in lobbying. They are also very active in promoting competitive shooting in California. The California High Power Rifle Team competes in Camp Perry under their banner. Recently, they issued a $14,000 grant to the Los Angeles Rifle & Revolver Club in order to purchase electronic targets for training the next generation of Olympic shooters.
Combined with what I know of their lobbying efforts in Sacramento, I'm sold on CRPA. I'm a member and plan to become a lifer at the first opportunity. Screw the naysayers.
PS I'm also an NRA member and make regular donations to Calguns.
What percentage of the total CRPA budget is spent on competition support? What percentage is spent on administration?
What percentage on lobbying?