Second Amendment March in Washington, D.C.

Second Amendment March in Washington, D.C.

Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore
Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore

Maryland – -(AmmoLand.com)- We will assemble on the northeast corner of the Washington Monument grounds at 10:00 a.m. The entire program will take place there. After speaking with D.C. police and the National Park Service, we decided that it would be logistically difficult to stage an actual “march”. We would rather put our time and energy into making the rally the best that it can be!

When: April 19, 2010 (10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)
Where: Washington Monument grounds, Washington, D.C.

For information on the D.C. area and getting around D.C., please visit the D.C. Guide.

You can find detailed metro routes (bus and rail) via the D.C. Metro Transit Authority site.

The AGC will organize a bus (or buses) to and from the event if there is sufficient interest to cover the cost. Bus rentals are expensive and must be paid in advance. The number of buses and the departure locations will be determined by the number and location of persons who wish to participate.

Look for a Second Amendment March AGC bus trip announcement next week!

About:
Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore, Inc. (AGC), located in Marriottsville, Maryland. The Associated Gun Clubs of Baltimore, Inc. was formed on July 1, 1944 when a number of World War II veterans in the Baltimore, Maryland area began looking for a place for recreational and competitive shooting. They organized with several other Baltimore area shooting clubs to form the “AGC” Visit: www.associatedgunclubs.org

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Gordon S.
Gordon S.
7 years ago

There should be a 10 million citizen (no less than 5 million)gathering at the Arlinton Nationsl Cemetery and Pentagon area. Each marcher would carry his or her long gun, only. (unloaded) These numbers would yield the desired effect on the Federal Government. The effort would probably be illegal in Washington, DC, itself. But, in Virginia, it would be legal. I am trying to avoid a violent reaction by millions of law abiding citizens, who are now to be made to be criminals by the Government, itself.

theaton
theaton
10 years ago

So now, the unarmed march to support the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution is now not only unarmed, it is no longer a march. Next, it'll be a bunch of people staying at home in their parents basement and daydreaming about marching on Washington.