No Force too Excessive in Defense Of Your Life

No Force too Excessive in Defense or Your Life Of Your Family

Georgia Gun Owners
Georgia Gun Owners

Kennesaw, Georgia –-(Ammoland.com)- Much has been made of Georgia gun owner Ryan Moore sending a criminal to an early retirement in the parking lot of an Ingles grocery store in Conyers, GA this past weekend.

Mr. Moore's trip to pick up some late-night orange juice turned hostile when Yuhanna Abdullah Williams approached him with a knife.

The situation ended quickly when Mr. Moore downed the criminal with his .357 Magnum.

Right on cue, the left-wing gun controllers slithered out of their holes to condemn Mr. Moore for use of so-called “excessive force” because the criminal attempted to rob him with a knife.

Of course, this could have easily been your mother. Or your sister. Or a close relative.

The thug could have attacked your loved one in Macon or Valdosta or Rome. Perhaps you know someone who heard about Mr. Moore's story and would like to carry openly or concealed themselves — tonight — on their trip to store.

Your answer has to be:

“You can't do that. The State of Georgia requires that you apply for a Georgia Weapons Carry License with our county probate, submit to fingerprints, a background check, wait a number of weeks, and pay a fee before you are allowed to defend yourself.”

Don't you see how far we've come? How far we've fallen from our founding? We've let the gun control lobby and the compromisers win.

They say that you and I must ask our government for permission to defend ourselves. You and I must pay a tax.

If you and I don't have that laminated piece of government paper with our fingerprint on it, you and I could go to jail.

The good news is that this problem can be fixed. By restoring REAL Right-to-Carry in Georgia, Georgians who wish to defend themselves and their families will be able to without having to pay tribute to government.

Unfortunately, this problem that needs to be fixed is left up to our legislators. Our elected officials.

They won't fix it unless you and I make our voices heard.

If you haven't yet signed your petition to restore REAL Right-to-Carry in Georgia, please do so at once.

For liberty,
Patrick Parsons
Executive Director

About:
Georgia Gun Owners in a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots firearm advocacy organization dedicated to countering the gun control lobby through an aggressive program designed to mobilize gun owners and liberty activists across the State of Georgia, while seeking to enlist public support for legislation that would remove compulsory government requirements for gun owners throughout the state. Georgia Gun Owners’ mailing address is 1635 Old 41 Hwy., Ste. 112-202, Kennesaw, Georgia 30152. Georgia Gun Owners can be contacted at 678-719-2348. Georgia Gun Owners’ web address is www.georgiagunowners.org.

  • 3 thoughts on “No Force too Excessive in Defense Of Your Life

    1. every state should be like Arizona and be free to open or conceal carry your choice. I'm really going to hate moving to Texas next year and pay 300 dollars to have the right to carry again. not to mention no free public shooting ranges.

    2. i agree that we should not be required to have a permit to carry a weapon to defend ourselfes an family i used to live in az.
      i would not go out at night with a weapon.

    3. Cant find anywhere in the second ammendment that says I must have a permit to carry. I dont need one in Alaska, Vermont or Arizona. The Supreme Court has ruled that an unconstitutinal law is null and void and can not be enforced. Any police trying to enforce a non law is commiting a feloney and the Federal courts have ruled that if a police person is committing a feloney against you that you have the right to resist with what ever force nessasary!!!!!

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