Gun Clubs can get a political ground game just like labor unions. The list of registered voters is public information, a sympathetic Republican precinct committee officer (PCO) can acquire it for you. Get that list of registered voters to the club and compare with the gun club membership roster. Find out who is not a registered voter and contact them via letters, emails, phone calls, and doorbelling. Find election campaign volunteers. There will be passionate 2A advocates that will make time to volunteer. There will also be some retirees that are bored with too much free time and they want to be productive. They will come if there is a call for volunteers in a published newsletter going out to club members. Have printed voter registration forms at the range office where members sign in to go shooting. Better yet, have an online computer available for use if your state has online voter registration. It takes two minutes to get registered to vote that way. Establish a phone bank at the clubhouse, staffed with volunteers. This is necessary for a voter registration drive and then for a get out the vote campaign during the election. Consider establishing a carpool to get voters to the polls on election day. Some of the injured or senior members may need a wheelchair accessible van. If this seems too difficult, the labor unions do this groundgame on every election to help Democrats take power.