LI Second Amendment Preservation Association Announces the Launch of New Website
Ronkonkoma, NY –-(Ammoland.com)- LI Second Amendment Preservation Assocication, announced today the launch of the official website of the LI Second Amendment Preservation Association (LISAPA).
On it, interested readers can find up to date and relevant information on all things important to the firearms community on Long Island.
“LISAPA is a natural progression of the grass roots activism that was started in the Long Island Firearms forum”, said Steven Blair, LISAPA’s president.
He added, “LIF attracted not only firearms enthusiasts, but a number of veterans in the struggle for Second Amendment Rights in New York State, and in addition to them, we have several industry professionals among our ranks.”
He continued, “LISAPA will give leadership and direction to that diverse expertise; the inevitable result is a more cohesive, organized and directed entity that will spearhead local efforts to regain, and then retain, our Second Amendment Rights.”
Blair went on to describe the site’s content as being “locally focused, but universally relevant” with concentrations on Community Service, New Products, Training, Competition and Political Action, with particular attention paid to how those aspects pertain to Women and Youth.
“There will be something for everyone, and it will mesh very well with the perennial focus of LIF: to enhance the image of law abiding gun owners and shooting sports enthusiasts through the responsible exercise of our rights and community service.”
Our Mission: The mission of the Association is to preserve the rights afforded to all US citizens under the precepts incorporated within the second amendment of the United States Constitution through community awareness, social involvement, and educational pursuits. The Association further intends to integrate the need to preserve the integrity of the second amendment through the understanding of fundamental firearms maintenance, safety and responsible firearms ownership. Visit: www.lisapa.org