Wyoming Senate Bill SF0088 would restore the right to bear arms in Wyoming by removing most “Gun Free Zones” in 2020. The bill has numerous sponsors, but was been defeated in committee in 2019.
Adam Weatherby made strong opening statements at the ribbon cutting ceremony along with Ed Weatherby, First Lady of Wyoming Jennie Gordon, Former Governor of Wyoming Matt Mead.
Weatherby, Inc. moved into the new space in March 2019 but will celebrate an official Grand Opening in June.
With the 2019 legislative session in the books, gun owners are furious, as our legislation to repeal ‘Gun Free Zones’ in government buildings was killed by legislative leaders and we are naming names!
The final report from Wyoming Game and Fish is out. Does it show that bear spray was successful as a defense against bears, or a failure?
The 2019 legislative session starts tomorrow, and our fight to rid Wyoming of deadly ‘Gun Free Zones’ will go into high gear. We all know that not only do so-called ‘Gun Free Zones’ not reduce crime.
These hearings take place in your absence. You will have no ability to question your accuser, provide your own evidence, or testify in your own defense. In fact one red flag order has already proved..
Glock at the scene of Wyoming grizzly bear attack did not have a round in the chamber. The magazine was found separate from the pistol. Mark Uptain had the pistol in a holster but took it off.
For the second time in under two years, gun owners in Wyoming have kicked Mary Throne to the curb over her support of radical gun control.
Mary Throne voted AGAINST YOUR GUN RIGHTS every chance she had during her years in Cheyenne, making her a long-time opponent of the right to keep and bear arms.
Details about the fatal bear spray failure in the Wyoming grizzly attack on Mark Uptain and Corey Chubon. The Glock pistol at the packs did not belong to Chubon, who could not get it to fire.
The support for the dangerous ‘Red Flag Gun Seizure’ legislation continues to grow & being sold as a ‘common sense compromise’ amongst lawmakers in state legislatures all over the country.
For weeks now, Wyoming Gun Owners has been informing our members and other gun owners in House District 58 about Rep. Patrick Sweeney’s horrible record on the Second Amendment.
U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke and Wyoming Governor Matt Mead announced the Department will prioritize the conservation of a mule deer migration corridor in southwest Wyoming.
That means that 2018 Governor Candidates Taylor Haynes and Foster Friess have stood up for gun owners in our most recent candidate survey.
A Wyoming Republican Party delegate is challenging a University of Wyoming ban on the carry of firearms in its facilities. The ban is enforced through trespass law.
WYGO will be kicking off a statewide candidate survey program in just days as we work to get all the candidates on the record for or against your right to keep and bear arms.
In online discussions of bear attacks, it is not unusual for people to claim that a person is more likely to be killed by lightning than to be killed by a bear. That is true, in a gross sense.
The playbook for the radical left is always the same: wait for a tragedy, make sure our propaganda talking points run around the clock on national media, & milk it for all the political advantage…
From opposing Constitutional Carry, to blocking bills to help keep our kids safe, to supporting the Obama gun control agenda – Mary Throne’s record against gun rights is atrocious!
Governor Matt Mead stated that he allowed important self-defense legislation, House Bill 168, to become Wyoming law, but without his signature..
Tuesday the Senate took a sledgehammer to our Stand-Your-Ground law with an amendment that gutted key components of the bill…
Watch this video to understand why next week will be absolutely crucial in our fight to pass Wyoming Stand-Your-Ground law…
On 15 February, 2018, a “Stand Your Ground” bill passed the Wyoming House with an overwhelming majority. Only one Republican voted against it.
It is unreasonable that victims of crime should have to worry about being arrested or prosecuted if they are required to use force to defend themselves or their family.