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Summer Membership Sale & Recruitment Contest: Win a New Carry Handgun and Lifetime Membership

From now until July 31, 2019, take advantage of awesome discounts for new Oath Keepers memberships and upgrades of current memberships and have a chance to win a great backup carry snub nose revolver and other prizes.

Top membership recruiter wins a backup Baby Glock and a Lifetime Membership!

Join or Upgrade your membership here. 

In honor of our Declaration of Independence (which gave voice to the timeless principles of liberty), and supporting our duty to carry concealed whenever possible, we will be giving away two great concealed carry/backup handguns. One is a S&W Airweight .38 snub nose five shot revolver (a classic LEO backup/deep concealment piece) and the other is a “baby Glock” – one of the small concealable Glocks that are now very popular as backup or deep concealment handguns.


Two ways to win:

One:  Join as a new member, or upgrade your membership from now until July 31, 2019.   

If you are not a member, then join Oath Keepers (you DON’T have to be prior service to join), with any membership level, either Annual, Liberty Tree, Lifetime or Lifetime with Spouse (either paid up front on on payments).

If you are already a member, then just upgrade your membership, such as going from Annual to Liberty Tree or Lifetime or Lifetime with Spouse, or from Liberty Tree to Lifetime (either paid up front or on payments) from now until July 31, 2019. Either way, you will be in the running for: 

First place prize: a highly concealable S&W .38 snub nose, 5 shot airweight revolver:

Summer Membership Sale & Recruitment Contest: Win a New Carry Handgun and Lifetime Membership


Second place prize: a 72 hr. Bugout Bag full of supplies: 

Summer Membership Sale & Recruitment Contest: Win a New Carry Handgun and Lifetime Membership


Two:  Be the top recruiter of new members!

All you need to do is ask friends, family, and folks you know (even online) to join (just send them to the website) and when they join, they need to enter your name and membership number into the “referred by” field on the online membership sign-up form. Remember, they don’t have to be prior service to join Oath Keepers. They just need to be a patriot loyal to the Constitution.  Some of our most dedicated members have been non-prior service members. And once they join, we treat them the same – we are all in this together.

The higher the level of membership they sign up for, the more points you get as a recruiter. You get:

10 points for each Annual Membership you recruit.

50 points for each Liberty Tree membership you recruit.

200 points for each Lifetime Membership you recruit.

250 points for each Lifetime Membership With Spouse you recruit.

Recruiting contest ends at midnight, July 31, 2019.   We will announce the winner within one week of the end of the contest.


First place prize:  A “Baby Glock” and a Lifetime Membership in Oath Keepers

Summer Membership Sale & Recruitment Contest: Win a New Carry Handgun and Lifetime Membership

Top recruiter wins:

A sub-compact Glock pistols (such as a Glock 26 or 27), which make excellent backup guns (especially if you also carry a larger version of the same caliber that uses interchangeable magazines), or deep concealment handguns. Top recruiter also gets a framed award, testifying to their top dog recruitment prowess for the whole nation.

A Lifetime Membership in Oath Keepers, valued at $1,200.00.

Easter Flash Sale and Handgun Giveaway: Win a Glock 19 and Lifetime Membership! Ends April 2











Second place prize: a 72 hr. Bugout Bag full of supplies: 

Summer Membership Sale & Recruitment Contest: Win a New Carry Handgun and Lifetime Membership

Second place top recruiter will also get a framed award, testifying to second place top recruiter for the nation.

NOTE:  No national BOD member, or national officer or employee is eligible for this contest, so for those who are joining, please don’t list anyone in national leadership as the person who referred you. Last recruitment contest, the name most entered as “referred by” was “Stewart Rhodes” the Founder of Oath Keepers.  The second most entered name was “Billy Simmons”, our national VP. But Stewart and Billy are not eligible to win the contest, and that just messed with our data! LOL! We did get it sorted out and picked a winner who wasn’t national leadership. But do us a favor and just leave it blank if you are joining because you talked to Stewart or Billy or heard them on an interview or on a Facebook livestream. We want our members to “get after it” and compete against each other for this. ( To give a member credit for recruiting you, you will need their name and membership number.)

We are very optimistic about the future. The future of our nation, the future of our organization, and the future of the cause of liberty and the Constitution. We have many great plans for the remainder of this year, and we look forward to having you all on-board and helping us get it done. The more members we have, the stronger this organization is. Help make it stronger. Encourage all patriots you know to join now. And ask them to list you as their referrer so you have a chance at being top recruiter.

For the Republic,

Oath Keepers

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PHOTO: The featured image at the top is a sample of our standard new membership cards. Every new member and every member who upgrades will receive a new upgraded card for their choice of membership.

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Stewart Rhodes

Stewart is the founder and National President of Oath Keepers. He served as a U.S. Army paratrooper until disabled in a rough terrain parachuting accident during a night jump. He is a former firearms instructor, former member of Rep. Ron Paul’s DC staff, and served as a volunteer firefighter in Montana. Stewart previously wrote the monthly Enemy at the Gates column for S.W.A.T. Magazine. Stewart graduated from Yale Law School in 2004, where his paper “Solving the Puzzle of Enemy Combatant Status” won Yale’s Miller prize for best paper on the Bill of Rights. He assisted teaching U.S. military history at Yale, was a Yale Research Scholar, and is writing a book on the dangers of applying the laws of war to the American people.


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