“America’s gun owners are facing the most sinister attack on their Second Amendment rights I’ve ever seen.”—Alan Gottlieb, CCRKBA
“State preemption is the most common-sense approach to firearms regulation there is.”—Alan Gottlieb, Second Amendment Foundation
“So much of this is about the hatred of some politicians toward our constitutional freedoms and the organization that defends it, the National Rifle Association…”—Wayne LaPierre, NRA CEO
“The idea of self-defense has been a pillar in our society since even before the founding of our country. It’s a right that’s given by God and granted in the constitution.”-MT Gov. Greg Gianforte
What he calls “common sense” is considered nonsense by Second Amendment advocates who argue none of Biden’s so-called “reforms” will prevent a single violent crime.
All of this is happening while state legislatures are in full swing and the country is still waiting for Joe Biden to unleash his restrictive gun control agenda.
“We are providing them with intellectual ammunition to win the argument.”–Alan Gottlieb, Second Amendment Foundation
“The next step is to enact laws that would require microstamping to be incorporated in all new firearms after a certain date”
“Simply put, a Biden presidency is the gun lobby’s worst nightmare. But it’s a dream come true for anyone who cares about gun safety in America.”—Rob Wilcox, Everytown for Gun Safety
“But it was a bonehead idea. It was a terrible, terrible mistake to make.”—Then Sen. Joe Biden, about FDR’s effort to pack the Supreme Court
“According to Gary Marbut, president of the Montana Shooting Sports Association (MSSA), House Bill 102 is progressing.”
Legislation has been introduced in Florida, Oregon and Washington—all by Democrats—to repeal state preemption statutes that have been around for several years and have always worked.
Biden’s plan, as AmmoLand has previously reported, calls for a ban on the sale of so-called “assault weapons” and standard capacity magazines. How does it unify a nation?
Democrat State Rep. Tom Sullivan reportedly will introduce the waiting period measure. It would prevent Coloradoans from purchasing and taking possession of firearms on the same day.
“We’ve got a fight on our hands. Protecting the right to keep and bear arms is going to require every resource we can muster.”—Alan Gottlieb, SAF
“We’re getting some push back from the left, but we’re a Republican state and I think most people understand that guns are not the problem.”–Utah State Rep. Walt Brooks
Legislation pre-filed by two urban Democrats in the Washington State House of Representatives would prohibit law enforcement agencies from acquiring or using “any military equipment.”
As he arrives in Washington, D.C. mouthing his “common sense gun safety” rhetoric, Padilla will likely get a pass from the establishment media
The Second Amendment Foundation and Firearms Policy Coalition, Inc. are asking a federal court in California for an injunction against enforcement of the state’s one-gun-per-month restriction.
Lott has appeared at several Gun Rights Policy Conferences… He founded the Crime Prevention Research Center and authored several books about his firearms-related research.