Illinois –-(Ammoland.com)- An antigun group based in Lincolnwood, Illinois is trying to block the opening of a gun shop and range in that village.
Although the shop owner enjoys the support of local public officials, there are some zoning changes that must be made. Those zoning changes will be debated at a public meeting on Tuesday, July 17th with a board vote to follow.
The anti-gun group will be there to try to bully the village board into banning the shop and range. You need to be there to make it clear that you will not tolerate anti-gunner attempts to stifle your right to keep and bear arms.
As lawful gun owners, you need to come to the defense of the 2nd Amendment and show your support for the shop and range.
Here is what you need to do to protect the right to keep and bear arms:
- 1. Attend the village board meeting.
- 2. Be sure to wear your IGOLD, ISRA, or NRA hat so that your presence is noted.
- 3. Bring a friend or two to the meeting with you.
- 4. Post this alert to any and all Internet bulletin boards or blogs to which you belong.
- 5. Pass this alert on to your family and gun-owning friends.
Here are the particulars:
WHAT: Lincolnwood, IL Village Board Meeting to Approve or Disapprove of Zoning Variations for Gun Shop and Range
WHEN: Tuesday, July 17, 2012, 7:30 PM (Be there early to ensure you get into the meeting)
WHERE: Linclonlwood Village Hall, 6900 N. Lincoln Avenue, Lincolnwood, IL
PLEASE NOTE: The ISRA is fighting battles across the state to keep ranges open and free of harassment from antigun groups. We badly need your financial help in this effort. Please visit this link: www.isra.org/fight_4_your_rights and make a generous donation to the ISRA today!
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