The National Rifle Association’s political action committee brought in $1.1 million in January, according to its most recent FEC filing.
The cash infusion came as the group geared up for what it is calling “the fight of the century” over proposals for stricter gun regulations in the wake of the Sandy Hook school shooting.
The January donations came in at a faster-than-average clip for the NRA Political Victory Fund. It earned $14.4 million in total donations in 2011 and 2012, including $1.8 million in August 2012.
Use this graphic to see which members of Congress received political donations from the NRA in 2012: