My answer is yes...I can't believe that a customer would care more about a company than the company's principals...if they do, than the company should die and make room for a new one.
Oh...really...now you're separating Cowboy Shooting from SASS. You can do what you want with your free time and offer all your expertise up for free! I love Porsche, but if they do a lousy job, they suffer the consequences...as it should be.
Not my business. If they die, so be it. Cowboy shooting will continue on. I guess you think...based on your posts, that you think that they aren't doing a good job and that we (members...yes, non-equity members), should volunteer our services. They are a private entity! Why would you suggest this? Do you suggest this for other private entities?
First, I'm sorry that you have a problem with the concept of non-equity memberships...you obviously are not a golfer.
You also seem to have missed my "enabling" comment. So I'll answer your question with a question: Why should we donate our time and skills to a private company?