I have to admit, somebody’s got a budget to operate this thing on a first-class basis. The production value is incredibly impressive.
As an example, for those of us who’ve dreamed of owning a Krieghoff shotgun with all its elegantly crafted detail, it might then be paired with a $236,000 Patek Phillippe wristwatch. The staffers might tastefully link the two as a symbiotic enhancement; whereby the connection simply makes the sum greater than the parts.
To round things out there are pieces on food, travel and music. Yes, even the most sophisticated of us gunnies want to listen to classic John Coltrane saxophone during match breaks, while we sip Pellegrino with a twist of lime.
In some respects it looks like GQ magazine somehow got published out of Thunder Ranch. And on their publishing sleeve they intimate their extension offices are located at Bond Street London, a basement office in Barney’s of NY and the Harajuku District in Tokyo.
The truth is its kinda fun. I don’t have a problem dreaming about stuff that I’ll never to be able to afford.
But liberal media outlets such as The Daily Beast, Media Matters, Huff Post and even the Boston Globe have all taken exception to NRA Sharp. Actually they’re furious as hell.
Because the NRA decided to market—go after—a certain segment of the population that was previously reserved solely for the Left: youthful people with money. This is the same young group that at some point would be expected to promote progressive ideals. Now they’re being enticed to make a turn in our direction.
I’m assuming the magazine was designed to broaden our base with people who wouldn’t even know that we exist. And they’re welcoming them to our culture. In other words, the NRA has turned the tables on the Left and started to use their tactics to promote our ranks.
Good for them! The more the better.
And their new magazine is so well crafted it’s actually a pleasure to read.
So, if you’ve ever given thoughts about hunting a Snow Leopard in the Himalayas with your newly acquired Holland and Holland bolt action rifle documented by a GoPro, this may be the digital magazine for you.
Here's a link to NRA Sharp http://www.nrasharp.com/