Free Second Amendment Workshop at Cabelas

Free Second Amendment Workshop at Cabelas

Buckeye Firearms Foundation
Buckeye Firearms Foundation

Dundee, MI –-( are invited to attend a free Second Amendment workshop at Cabelas in Dundee, MI, just 20 minutes north of Toledo.

You will get information and strategies on how you can play an important roll in the ongoing fight to maintain Second Amendment rights in the United States.

The impressive lineup of speakers includes:

  • Suzanne Anglewicz (NRA-ILA)
  • Bryan Patrick (Firearms Activist)
  • David Coy (NRA Director)
  • Dave Felbeck (Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners)
  • Steve Dulan (Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners)
  • Skip Coryell (2nd Ammendment March)
  • James Irvine (Buckeye Firearms Association)
  • William Nichols (Monroe County Prosecutor)

Date: Saturday, August 29, 2009
Time: 9:00 am – 4:30 pm
Location: Cabelas, 110 Cabela Blvd. East, Dundee, MI 48131 – Right off US 23 at exit #17 (20 minutes north of Toledo) Cabelas location and information
Cost: FREE
Questions: Call Wayne Blank – 734-241-9131

If you’re serious about defending the Second Amendment, please make an effort to join us this coming Saturday. I’m looking forward to seeing you there.

Yours for Freedom,
Jim Irvine

Buckeye Firearms Association is a grassroots political action committee dedicated to defending and advancing the right of Ohio citizens to own and use firearms for all legal activities.

Buckeye Firearms Association seeks to maximize your rights by endorsing and electing pro-gun candidates on the city, county, and state level, including mayors, sheriffs, legislators, and governor. We also work to defeat anti-gun legislation, pass pro-gun bills, and reform existing laws to benefit all Ohio citizens.

Unlike many anti-gun groups, we do not get our funding or support from wealthy activists or big corporations. We are a non-partisan, all-volunteer organization. Officers and supporters donate their time and skills to the pro-gun cause. Not a single dime from donors is spent on salaries or wasteful overhead. In fact, every penny is used to support political campaigns, influence public opinion, and advance gun rights around Ohio.

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R Keller

Can a person open carry while attending?