Glock and National African-American Gun Association (NAAGA) Begin Official Partnership

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The National African American Gun Association and Austrian firearm manufacturer have announced “Glock as the Official Handgun of NAAGA”. National President Philip Smith stated, “We are extremely pleased and excited to have Glock as an official partner. They are a Global leader in producing one of the best pistols in the Industry.

The National African American Gun Association (NAAGA) is the largest Black Firearms Organization in the USA with over 20,000+ members.

Our partnership with Glock will help us continue to build a safe and effective training environment for those in our community to learn about Firearms using a world-class semi-automatic handgun platform. Glock understands the big picture for our community and the 2nd Amendment.”

In addition to Glock becoming the official handgun of the National Organization, GLOCK will also be donating to the NAAGA College Scholarship Program created to assist deserving students who are in need of financial assistance to pursue and reach their educational goals

The National African American Gun Association is the largest Black Firearms Organization ​​​​​​​in the USA with over 20,000+ members. Learn more about NAAGA via their website:

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Rachel Y
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Rachel Young is a 4x Best Selling Author. She and her husband John co-own an FFL/SOT showroom and machine shop in Tennessee, specializing in ARs, AR parts, and AR accessories.

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  • Dirk Dasterdly Dirk Dasterdly on May 02, 2018

    Why in the hell do we need a naaga??? The NRA and 2A orgs are about the most inclusive groups out there. If you’re a good responsible gun owner, you’re in. Blacks don’t need a separate org. One of my best customers is black. Race is a non issue! That’s a liberal thing: everything grouped by race or color or gender or gayness. Just be a gun owner already! Strength in numbers. Stop dividing us. Band together under a common effort.

  • Robocop33 Robocop33 on May 03, 2018

    Sorry and don't mean to rain on your parade but I see no reason for Black Americans to have a separate firearm Association. Everyone is welcome in the NRA and race is not even a consideration. Additionally there are very few real African Americans. To be that you would have to be someone from South Africa that has immigrated to the USA and become a citizen here. Your race would not matter. I know 6 real African-Americans and everyone is of the Caucasian race. Let us not separate our goals but join together, no matter what our race or skin tone, to present ourselves as a strong united front.