Call Your Senators Now To Stop Anti-Gun Bills

posted on June 23, 2016

NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action is warning American gun owners that further anti-freedom legislation could be considered in the U.S. Senate at any time.

Two anti-gun amendments failed in the Senate on Monday, but more anti-gun amendments are in the works. The anti-gunners in the Congress are continuing to blame you for the terrorist attack in Orlando—they continue to portray you and your firearm freedoms as the problem—and we can’t let them win! 

And since the Obama administration’s failed foreign policy won’t protect you from radical Islamic terrorists, it’s critical we pass national concealed-carry reciprocity so the law-abiding can protect themselves.  

USE YOUR POWER!

Please contact your U.S. senators immediately and let them know you oppose any new gun control and request they pass national concealed-carry reciprocity legislation. You can phone your U.S. senators at (202) 224-3121 or contact them by clicking here.

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