Wyoming Passes Constitutional Carry Because Of Gun Owner Support
Colorado ––(Ammoland.com)- Take a look at a map. Put a pin in the center of Wyoming.
Then put a notch in your belt.
Last Wednesday, the Governor of Wyoming signed into law a Constitutional Carry law that returns real self defense freedom to the state of Wyoming.
This major sea change didn’t happen by accident.
It happened because of you, the donors, members and activists of the National Association for Gun Rights, working in conjunction with the boots-on-the-ground group, Wyoming Gun Owners.
And, I’d like to keep that ball rolling by making it happen again and again.
Yes, I know: it’s not in your state (for most of you). Only Vermont, Alaska, Arizona, and now Wyoming enjoy that freedom.
But the National Association for Gun Rights is working to bring it to more states.
And though your state might not be on the short list, the more we set the tone around our country the more likely it will come to your state eventually.
In fact, watch for Montana and Iowa to pass this important legislation next. But more on that later.
It’s in every American gun owners’ best interest to see this kind of freedom-enabling legislation pass in every state possible.
Concentrated firepower is the key, along with hard work and dedicated grassroots pressure at a local level combined with committed leadership from the National Association for Gun Rights. That’s a winning combination.
Where was the institutional gun lobby? Taking credit once the fight was over, where none was due. They literally ignored the entire fight.
But it made no difference: the National Association for Gun Rights members proved they (you) were up to the task.
For liberty,Dudley Brown
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