Below is what Earl, member of Guardian Nation and the lucky winner of our pistol called “American Sig” had to say about things:
Attached is a picture of me as the happy winner of the American Sig. I was stunned to win the gun, and it has now taken a prominent place is my gun safe when I am not shooting it or showing it off. Thank you for creating “Guardian Nation” and for all of the benefits you provide the shooting community. Even without winning this fantastic gun, with the training modules, the pod casts, and the courses, I get more for my monthly membership fee than is reasonable. Thank you, again, for your service to the shooting community.
The benefits of becoming a member of The Guardian Nation are many, but some of them are as follows:
- You get our quarterly box, called the Guardian Gear Box, filled to the brim with tactical gear and always has a value of at least $114.00. The boxes go out to members only, during the months of February, May, August, and November, and is one of the primary reasons folks choose to become a Guardian.
- You get access to our training video library with actual drills from Riley and Jacob. These are essential skills that should be taken seriously by any gun owner. Do you know how to maneuver downstairs with your gun, assessing for threats? You will. Do you know the proper way to clear malfunctions? You will. How about reloading on the move? Again, something you'd learn from an actual firearms instructor.
- Only Guardian Nation members get the chance to attend live Q&A sessions with industry professionals, like Kyle Lamb, Chris Cheng, Rob Leatham, Rob Pincus, Andrew Branca, and many more.
- Plus, several other benefits …
And, of course, you get the chance to enter our yearly firearm giveaway, which is the reason why I'm even writing this article today. Earl won our American Sig, but he wouldn't have been able to win it if he wasn't an actual member of Guardian Nation.
And, as you can see from his words above, he couldn't be happier about being a member. I guess only one question remains, then–