Action Items

Urgent! Congress Voting on “Assault Weapons Ban” This Week

Monday, July 25th, 2022

H.R. 1808 has made it past the Committee on the Judiciary and is moving to the House to be voted on this week. Call your representative today and tell them to vote “NO” on H.R. 1808! A quick reminder of some of the things banned: All AR/AK Types Many Other Semi-auto Pistols and Rifles Pistol […]

Demand ATF Accountability

Monday, March 28th, 2022

The House Seeks To Eliminate ATF Records Agency Shouldn’t Have he Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has been retaining records on firearm owners, violating its deletion policy requirements and allowing it the ability to create a de facto gun registry. H.R.6950 requires the ATF to abolish its Enterprise Content Management Imaging Repository System–essentially requiring them to comply […]

Support Constitutional Carry

Thursday, March 3rd, 2022

Georgia Seeking to Expand Areas of Lawful Carry Georgia’s HB 2 removes license requirements and expands the locations where a lawful weapon carrier–any person who is not prohibited by law from possessing a weapon or long gun–may carry a weapon, including in government buildings, parks, historical sites and more. Let the Georgia House’s Public Safety […]

Stop Mandatory Gun Insurance

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2022

Ohio Senate Contemplating Precluding Firearm Liability Insurance Requirement View Bill Text Ohio’s SB 293 prevents Ohio government entities from requiring a person to have liability insurance in order to exercise their Second Amendment right; however, it’s been sitting in committee, not making any real progress, since February 16th, 2022. Let the Ohio Senate’s Veterans and […]

Hold the Line!

Thursday, February 24th, 2022

Wyoming Needs Your Help in Protecting the Second Amendment Wyoming’s SF0102 passed its second reading today by the Judiciary Committee and will likely see its third reading tomorrow. Let Wyoming senators know you’re behind them; send them a message of encouragement today! List of Senators If you prefer (and if you have a mailto protocol […]

No Time To Waste on ESHB 1705!

Friday, February 18th, 2022

Washington State Senate Committee on Law and Justice To Hold Hearing on Privately Manufactured Firearms ESHB 1705 has passed the House and is now in the Senate Committee on Law and Justice. The grossly vague ESHB 1705’s goal is to prevent you from being able to manufacture your own firearm. Act now to stop them! Call or email […]

SB 182 Needs Your Support Now

Tuesday, February 15th, 2022

South Dakota Introduces Bill to Stop Financial Bullying of Firearms & Ammo Companies South Dakota’s SB 182 was introduced February 1st and is scheduled for a Senate hearing on February 15th. SB 182 prevents government institutions from entering into contracts with financial institutions which show bias toward firearm and ammunition companies. Contact your senator and […]

Support Indiana Senators’ Bid for Constitutional Carry!

Wednesday, February 9th, 2022

Indiana HB 1077 removes the requirement for a conceal carry license for law-abiding citizens of the great State of Indiana for the purpose of carrying a concealed pistol on their person or in a vehicle. It has passed the House and is poised to move through the Senate if all goes well. It’s currently in […]

The Chilling of Your Second Amendment Right Is Looming…Fight Back Now!

Tuesday, February 1st, 2022

Washington SSB 5568 dictates that cities, towns, counties and other municipalities may now enact laws restricting the open carry of firearms. In the strictest application of this bill, a government entity as described above may prevent the law-abiding, free citizen from openly carrying a firearm or other weapon at permitted demonstrations, “public meetings[s] held by a public […]

Nebraska Needs Your Help to Enact Constitutional Carry

Monday, January 31st, 2022

Nebraska is on the road to finally realizing its unfettered Second Amendment right but needs your help to get there. With the introduction of LB773, the goal is within sight. LB773 not only allows for permitless carry by law-abiding citizens but prevents counties, cities and towns from enacting any restrictions against it. Currently the bill […]