At least I assume he is not a member based on this op-ed he wrote. He probably should be a member, however. Members of the NRA vote to elect the leadership of the NRA. So if you do not like the NRA's position on the availability of assault weapons or on the advisability of having an armed guard in every school, join the NRA and vote for leadership that does not espouse those positions. The alternative is joining anti-gun groups like the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence. I hope I do not insult anyone associated with the Brady Campaign by pointing out that the NRA has been cleaining the Brady Campaign's clock lately when it comes to both gun legislation and court decisions.
What do you think Mr. Torvik? Would infiltration be a more effective means of change than joining the current anti-gun groups?