DALLAS (WBAP/KLIF) – The National Rifle Association is searching for a new home in Texas.
The organization has hired Colliers International to help it search for a new headquarters in the event it decides to relocate from Northern Virginia.
The nonprofit hasn’t said for sure it will move, only that it plans to. According to reports, Dallas-Fort worth will most likely be the area it selects.
Currently, the NRA is going through Chapter 11 reorganization in Dallas.
The NRA is widely recognized as a major political force and as America’s foremost defender of Second Amendment rights. NRA-ILA, the lobbying arm of the NRA, is involved in any issue that directly or indirectly affects firearms ownership and use.