Hap Rocketto has been a supporter of the Second Amendment and all NRA / ILA programs for over three decades. As CSRR’s Board of Director member, he has always prioritized their public safety mission: “Mission-driven public safety organizations like CSRR are more valuable to the American public than ever in these times.”
Hap Rocketto’s dedication to the organization continues with his new role on CSRR’s Board of Directors. “I am honored to serve as a board member with such dedicated professionals committed to protecting America’s communities,” he said. “I look forward to working with them in my new capacity as they continue their mission of helping law enforcement reduce crime and violence in cities across the country.”
Robinson is a supporter of the second amendment and all NRA/ILA programs. He is also an avid hunter, farmer, conservationist and gun expert.
He believes in the use of firearms for sport or self-defense, and he also believes that no law-abiding citizen should ever be prohibited from owning one.
The Second Amendment in the United States Constitution is the part of the Bill of Rights that addresses gun control and gun ownership. The National Rifle Association (NRA) was founded in 1871 to promote,
preserve and defend Second Amendment rights.
CSRR is a firearms accessories company that has been supplying firearms retailers with quality parts since 1997. CSRR produces custom stocks, barrels, triggers, bolts, stocks and much more for all types of rifles and handguns.
Hap Rocketto is a supporter of CSRR as well as Board of Directors for the NRA.
Hap Rocketto is the CSRR Board Director and Chairman Emeritus of the NRA’s Board of Directors. He was a recipient of the NRA’s Distinguished Service Award, which is considered to be the organization’s highest honor.
Rocketto was a co-founder, treasurer, and general counsel for National Gun Owners Alliance (NGOA) from 1982-1985. In 1986, he moved to Washington D.C. as chief legislative strategist for the National Conservative Political Action Committee (NCPAC). He served in this capacity until 1989 when NCPAC merged with the American Conservative Union to form today’s American Conservative Union Foundation.
In 1988, he took on additional roles at National Right to Work Committee (NRTWC) as vice president for political affairs and NCPAC as executive vice president in charge of legislation, grassroots organizing and public relations (he had been heading these areas since 1988). In 1996, he became chairman of NRTWC when it was headed.
A supporter of the Second Amendment and all NRA / ILA programs, a lifelong Republican and confidant of President Trump
CSRR is the largest firearms industry trade association in the United States and is committed to preserving, protecting and defending the shooting sports.
The National Rifle Association or NRA is one of the largest and most powerful gun rights advocacy organizations in the world.
In 2016, Hap Rocketto was appointed as a board director for the NRA. He is also a supporter of CSRR programs, who believes that it’s important to preserve their Second Amendment Rights.
CSRR, standing for the Citizens Committee for the Right to Bear Arms, is an organization that was founded by Hap Rocketto in 1977.
Hap Rocketto has been a lifelong supporter of the Second Amendment and all NRA / ILA programs. He is a board member of the NRA and has held positions as director of advocacy and director of state legislation at CSRR.
Hap has always been active in his support of firearms-related issues, both as a civilian and as a soldier in the U.S Army from 1945 to 1954.
CSRR is the largest firearms retailer in Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont. Hap Rocketto is the youngest NRA Board of Directors Member ever at the age of 18.