Gun Rights Attorney to Keynote New Jersey State Association Banquet

Gun Rights Attorney to Keynote New Jersey State Association Banquet

National Rifle Association
National Rifle Association

FAIRFAX, Va. –-( Gun rights attorney and author Evan Nappen is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs (ANJRPC) combined Annual Meeting Banquet and Friends of NRA Dinner & Auction on Saturday, October 15 starting at 6:00 p.m.

ANJRPC is the official NRA State Affiliate in New Jersey.

The keynote will be entitled “The Bulletproof Gun Owner – How NOT to Become a Victim of NJ Gun Laws!” Autographed copies of the most recent edition of the New Jersey Gun Law Guide will be available at a discounted price, and attorneys will be on site to answer brief legal questions on New Jersey gun law at no charge.

In addition, ANJRPC will be offering new memberships at a discounted rate on site at the banquet ($10 off range memberships and $5 off non-range memberships) – an ANJRPC first!

The festivities are guaranteed to be lively. The auction portion of the banquet will feature one-of-a-kind NRA-branded collectible merchandise, and half the proceeds will be donated back to New Jersey shooters by the NRA Foundation.

Banquet seating ($50 per ticket) is open to the public on a first come, first-served basis. To ensure that seats are still available and that the event is not sold out, please prepay for a ticket by contacting Lisa Caso at [email protected] or (201) 424-5536.

This event will be held at the Gran Centurions, 440 Madison Hill Road, Clark, NJ 07066. Directions can be found here or by calling (732) 382-1664.

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Born and raised in New Jersey.Lived in Florida for 30,always had a concealed carry, no problem. Have now lived in Georgia for 15 years, the best state in this country for concealed carry. Answer to your question, go South.I shoot once a week with my daughters, both have CCL. Don't let politicans dictate your life, fight back to elect people that agree with you. We definetly have to do this in Nov.12.

Robert Krawiec

Esaiest way to avoid New Jerseys insane gun laws? Move to Minnesota, worked for me. Thats a choice not made easily, but long term the best decision I ever made.


New Jersey and Illinois are two of the worse states in the union for gun owners. Both States share a common infringement a firearms ID card.

We need to start a movement to REPEAL the FOID card laws in both of these states.

I know this is an NRA event but I would like to see someone ask the $64 question “When will the NRA start working to REPEAL laws like these Firearms ID cards”