Wyoming’s Big Constitutional Carry Victory

Wyoming’s Big Constitutional Carry Victory

National Association for Gun Rights
National Association for Gun Rights

Colorado ––(Ammoland.com)- We’ve all long known the right to armed self-defense is a basic human right that is guaranteed by our Constitution.

And quite frankly there is no better example of legislation that embodies the Second Amendment, than Constitutional Carry. It’s the law of the land in Vermont, Alaska, and Arizona — and that’s just the start.

States across the country are considering legislation to do away with government tracking databases and bypass the mother-may-I permit processes. The law is simple — if you’re allowed to own a gun, you’re allowed to carry it with you.

Constitutional Carry doesn’t repeal the permit process, but gives an option to law-abiding citizens that is more in line with a right.

This week in Wyoming, our state affiliate is in the thick of a fight to have Wyoming join the ranks of Constitutional Carry states.

Wyoming Gun Owners is just a step away from passing Constitution Carry. Click here to read the bill’s recent Senate passage.

Wyoming’s Constitutional Carry law carries nationwide importance. You see, when each state passes Constitutional Carry it creates a domino effect that brings your state closer to its own freedom-enabling law.

State by state, step by step, Constitutional Carry is becoming the law of the land and gun owners are regaining their right to self defense without governments monitoring, fingerprinting and registering them like criminals.

Wyoming Gun Owners
Wyoming Gun Owners

Wyoming Gun Owners have been working hard, but this has been no easy task. Earlier this week, the Wyoming bill passed the State Senate and moved over to their State House.

Wyoming Gun Owners worked feverishly to pass the first hurdle of the State Senate, but now with the House fight looming, their resources are tapped out.

I know I don’t have to tell you that grassroots lobbying isn’t about flashy speeches or backroom deals — it is honest hard work, and it takes money and time to mobilize people into action.

Remember, nothing happens in politics unless it’s pushed.

The volunteer staff at Wyoming Gun Owners have been giving it their all, and the gun rights supporters in Wyoming have been a credit to Second Amendment supporters across the country.

Now, they just need a little help to get across the finish line.

Will you join me in helping Constitutional Carry pass in Wyoming and continue its march across the United States?

Please click this link to make your most generous contribution to Wyoming Gun Owners. They are doing the right thing, and they are doing it well.

For liberty,

Dudley Brown
Executive Director
National Association for Gun Rights

The National Association for Gun Rights was founded in 2001 to serve as a grassroots gun rights group focusing on building state-level gun rights groups and lobbying for pro-gun federal legislation. Brown has been a gun lobbyist for more than 17 years. Visit: www.nationalgunrights.org

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