Your Help Needed To Pass Constitutional Carry in Wyoming
Colorado -–(Ammoland.com)- If you could step in a time machine and turn back the clock to, say, April 19, 1775, to the Battle of Lexington and Concord, would you want to be there?
Wyoming Gun Owners is just a step away from passing Constitutional Carry.
Would you have supported our Founding Fathers in the historic battle that started the American Revolution?
I believe something similar is happening — in Wyoming — right now that you’ll want to be a part of as well.
No, it’s not as earth shattering as the “Shot Heard Round the World.”
But the battle in Wyoming for Constitutional Carry does have significant importance to every gun owner in America.
And I want you to be a part of it. You see, Wyoming is on the verge of passing a Constitutional Carry law.
Yep. No permit needed to carry concealed. No “big-brother-may-I”, no lists, no hoops-and-hurdles. As Senator Kit Jennings (the sponsor of this bill) put it, the Second Amendment is your permit.
The implications of passing this law – to join Vermont, Alaska and Arizona as no-permit-needed states – are profound.
As I write this, the Wyoming House of Representatives is staged to begin debate. But Wyoming Gun Owners needs your help.
To get this through the legislature WyGO has had to put significant pressure on local politicians.
And, if it makes it to the Governor’s desk – and I think it will – we need to make sure there’s pressure on the Governor (who’s being tight-lipped about it) to sign it.
This bill has already made it through a Senate Committee, through the State Senate floor, and through a House Committee. There are really only two hurdles left, and we don’t want to leave this to chance.
If you could aid our founding fathers in Lexington and Concord, would you?
We weren’t around for those battles, obviously, but we’re around now to help keep the ball rolling for true freedom in America.
Support Wyoming Gun Owners.
Please, there’s no time to waste.
For liberty,Dudley Brown’s Signature
National Association for Gun Rights
P.S. We are winning in Wyoming! Constitutional Carry is important for every state, and a win in Wyoming means an easier time for other states as well.
Please help Wyoming Gun Owners finish strong and face their last battle in the State House
The National Association for Gun Rights was founded in 2001 to serve as a grassroots gun rights group focusing on building state-level gun rights groups and lobbying for pro-gun federal legislation. Brown has been a gun lobbyist for more than 17 years. Visit: www.nationalgunrights.org