GOA

Gun Owners Of America Note

As a member; here is just one sample form letter from GOA that they emailed to me as another attack is being launched against our rights and I use to send to my state senators and Congressmen in protest. The gun grabbers like Obama think of their fight against our guns as death to the 2nd. amendment by a thousand cuts. 

 

 

Form Letter by GOA,          

Please cosponsor Marlin Stutzman’s H.R. 923 — a concealed carry reciprocity bill that will prohibit anti-gun states from cancelling the Second Amendment rights of Americans from other states.

I hope you agree that a person who is authorized to carry concealed in his home state should be able to carry anywhere in the country without fear of losing his or her constitutional rights because of where they are.

I agree with Gun Owners of America that the Stutzman bill is the THE BEST RECIPROCITY BILL in the House, because it protects the rights of citizens who live in “Constitutional Carry” states.

So even if you have already cosponsored a different concealed carry reciprocity bill, I would urge you to cosponsor Marlin Stutzman’s H.R. 923 to protect citizens who live in one of the ever-growing number of permitless carry states.

The ten states that do not force law-abiding citizens to prove their innocence before exercising their right to bear arms are Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Kansas, Maine, Vermont, West Virginia, Wyoming and most of Montana.

The Stutzman bill protects the rights of citizens in these states, and that’s why H.R. 923 is THE ONLY RECIPROCITY bill endorsed by Gun Owners of America.

It is time that Congress close the concealed carry loophole that penalizes millions of citizens who wish to carry self-defense guns while traveling.

Please cosponsor H.R. 923, EVEN IF you have already cosponsored other similar bills.

 

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