New York State Senator Tom O’Mara to discuss SAFE ACT with United Gun Owners

New York State Senator Tom O’Mara
New York Senator Tom O’Mara to discuss SAFE ACT with United Gun Owners
United Gun Owners of New York State
United Gun Owners of New York State

Ovid, New York --(Ammoland.com)- New York State Senator Tom O’Mara of Big Flats, an outspoken critic of the NY SAFE Act, will address United Gun Owners of Upstate New York’s January meeting.

Senator O’Mara has written:

“The SAFE Act is now the vehicle giving voice to the importance of the Second Amendment, absolutely. That’s critical.”

“But it’s also giving voice to long-simmering frustrations and anger at a state government largely controlled by downstate, urban-oriented, liberal powers-that-be who couldn’t care less about upstate New York’s economic decline, upstate’s tax burden, our traditions and values, or our way of life.”

United Gun Owners of New York State is a grass roots, all volunteer organization working for the full repeal of the NY SAFE ACT. Membership is open without cost to all supporters of the Second Amendment, whether or not they own firearms.

The meeting will be held on Sunday, January 26th 2014, 2:00 pm, at the South Seneca Sportsmen’s Club, 6894 Yarnell Road, Ovid, New York, 14521. Friends, families, the public and the press are encouraged to attend.

@GunOwnersofNYS.

“A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms cannot be infringed” New York Civil Rights Law, Article 2, Section 4

  • One thought on “New York State Senator Tom O’Mara to discuss SAFE ACT with United Gun Owners

    1. A well regulated militia being necessary of the security of a free state. That means that the people of a free state should have the same weapons that the us military to guard in the defense of their states, most of the

      people that are bearing arms are x military,and

      these assault weapons are simular to the weapons they were trained to use. And yes is Un constitutional

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