2022 Gun Rights Policy Conference, 2A Event Of The Year

Gun Rights Policy Conference
Gun Rights Policy Conference

BELLEVUE, WA – -(AmmoLand.com)- The 37th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference, scheduled this weekend, Sept. 30-Oct.2nd, 2022, at the Westin Dallas-Fort Worth Airport hotel, 4545 W. John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, Texas 75063, will feature more than 70 speakers covering a wide range of topics, including Second Amendment legal action, the upcoming Nov. 8 midterm elections, state and local affairs, the media, personal protection and more.

  • What: Gun Rights Policy Conference
  • When: Sept. 30-Oct. 2
  • Where: Westin Dallas Fort Worth Airport, 4545 W. John Carpenter Freeway, Irving, TX 75063

Co-sponsored by the Second Amendment Foundation and Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, this year’s GRPC offers a weekend of panel discussions, special reports, the awards luncheon, and appearances by many of the leading names in the gun rights movement. This annual event brings together leaders and grassroots activists from across the country. It is the first time in three years the GRPC has been an in-person event. In 2020 and 2021, the conference became a virtual event, conducted online due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

“We’re anticipating a good turnout, with lots of opportunities for networking, one-on-one conversations, updates on various lawsuits in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, and the outlook for November and beyond,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb.

SAF and CCRKBA leaders will be joined by representatives from Gun Owners of America, the National Rifle Association, Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership, Firearms Policy Coalition and Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership.

Expected attendance at this year’s event will be between 600 and 800 Second Amendment activists and experts from all corners of the country. Attendance is free, and information and online registration is available at www.saf.org/grpc.


Second Amendment Foundation

The Second Amendment Foundation (www.saf.org) is the nation’s oldest and largest tax-exempt education, research, publishing and legal action group focusing on the Constitutional right and heritage to own and possess firearms privately. Founded in 1974, The Foundation has grown to more than 720,000 members and supporters and conducts many programs designed better to inform the public about the consequences of gun control.
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Doug G.

“SAF and CCRKBA leaders will be joined by representatives from Gun Owners of America, the National Rifle Association, Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership, Firearms Policy Coalition and Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership.” I’m not so ready to accept “Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership” as a pro-2A entity yet. Why would they be included except for the money they bring to the table? Including them is like inviting RINO’s to a legislative session and thinking you’re all on the same team. Not so fast. How have DRGO proven themselves as staunch 2A supporters? Have they lobbied the AMA to… Read more »

DIYinSTL

Why don’t you just go to https://drgo.us/mission/ and get your answers.

Last edited 1 month ago by DIYinSTL
CourageousLion

I wonder who, if anyone, will address those most ignored first 13 words of the 2nd amendment. You know, the words that use NECESSARY and SECURITY in them. https://courageouslion380.substack.com/p/those-forgotten-and-ignored-13-words-957

Doug G.

I find it interesting the double meaning of “free state” in the 2A. That a militia would be charged with keeping the State free, and thus it’s citizens, from tyranny and absolute domination by the federal standing army. And that the militia members/citizens, being duly regulated, having the means and ability of keeping themselves in a free state of existence and fighting tyranny and domination by any government state, local or federal or their armies. Was there any discussion about these two perspectives or did the founders want people to just accept both as fact and let the courts parse… Read more »

Wild Bill

Yes, there was debate about the second proposed amendment, but not your “two perspectives” nor about courts parsing anything. One has to step back to the first congress under the Articles of Confederation who gathered together to make amendments to the Articles of Confederation because things were not working out so well. That Confederation Congress skipped making improvements to the Articles of Confederation and went right to drafting a whole new constitution. When it did not look like the states would not ratify the newly proposed Constitution, the ten amendments were added to get the states to vote to ratify… Read more »

DIYinSTL

My interpretation is largely the same as yours. As Wild Bill points out, there was plenty of discussion and I suspect that the meaning was perfectly clear to the world when it was written.

StLPro2A

Sitting in the Westin as I type, one of my annual road trips. Great opportunity to network with 2A supporters from all around the country. Attending past years allowed me to meet 2A Patriots such as Dick Heller and the late Otis McDonald, Alan Gottlieb of SAF, etc. Well worth the effort. As the Price Is Right host Bob Barker famously said, “COME ON DOWN!!!!”