NY Congressman Tom Reed to Discuss SAFE Act with United Gun Owners

Congressman Tom Reed of Corning, NY
Congressman Tom Reed of Corning, NY
United Gun Owners of New York State
United Gun Owners of New York State

Ovid, New York - -(Ammoland.com)- 23rd District Congressman Tom Reed of Corning, NY will address United Gun Owners of Upstate New York’s February 23rd meeting. After his remarks, Congressman Reed will answer questions.

In Danby on February 7 2014, Mr. Reed affirmed his support for the Second Amendment and opposition to the SAFE Act:

“Obviously we live in a state that is, in my opinion, going down a path of taking our second amendment away from us,” Reed said.

“The SAFE Act is something that I stand for the repeal of. Down in Washington we are fighting federal legislation all day long that keeps coming at us to infringe upon our guaranteed individual constitutional rights in the second amendment. I can assure you we’re going to stand firm in the fight to push that back.”

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, February 23, 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. unitedgunownersofnewyorkstate.com or facebook.com/UnitedGunOwnersOfNewYorkState. @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

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    1. Unable to attend due to short notice. but be assured that our support is against the safe act and it’s components.
      Best regards Larry

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