Interview with NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris Cox at the United Nations

Interview with NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris Cox at the United Nations

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Ginny Simone talk to NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris Cox following Wayne LaPierre’s presentation before the Third Preparatory Committee Meeting for the UN Arms Trade Treaty – For more information, visit NRA Delivers Remarks at U.N. Concerning Proposed Arms Trade Treaty

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James Richmond

Mr. Cox, I am concerened when the NRA duns me for money and has done absolutly nothing about California stepping all over my 2nd Amendment rights. It seems to me you have completly given up on conceled carry after losing the San Diego court case. (I have the exact same problem in San Bernardino County, you must have a reason to receive a license to carry.) I don't need to tell you about what guns I cannot purchase, but I will anyway. Just a few: Remington R1 1911, The Judge, Colt 45 1911, Walter PPK, S&W model and Colt 38… Read more »


U.S. Senate Stands with NRA in Strongly Opposing U.N Gun Control Efforts… Friday, July 22, 2011 For nearly 20 years, the NRA has worked tirelessly to oppose any United Nations effort to undermine the constitutional rights of law-abiding American gun owners. The latest attempt by the U.N. and global gun banners to eliminate our Second Amendment freedoms is to include civilian arms in the current Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), which will be finalized next year. In order for any treaty to take effect, however, it must be ratified by two-thirds of the U.S. Senate. To ensure that any ATT… Read more »


Were Saf and GOA there and if not, why not?

Not allowed?

Good job NRA


Alan Gottlieb and staff from SAF were there, GOA not.


I want a strong NRA that is working to repeal gun control laws.

Past compromise and concessions have brought to the point where we may lose our 2A rights by an outside partly like the UN.

That’s totally unacceptable!