We need your help! There is no doubt that the 2019 legislative session in the state of Colorado and the nation is going to be tough on gun rights. There is still yet a lot of work to do to save our rights and our future as gun owners. The new gun friendly administration has been elected, but they are under fire and being attacked by those not friendly to our rights as citizens to defend ourselves. In fact, those wishing to take back power have even promised groups such as the "Brady Bunch" that they are will work on new gun control measures behind the scenes now, and enact them once they are in power. And unfortunately, their newly emboldened base consists of some of the most anti-gun, anti self defense people in history.
But we have a strong ally: The hard work and dedication of the professionals at the National Rifle Association will ensure that we can take the fight against draconian and excessive gun control measures to those who don't want us to defend ourselves. There are better ways to fight violence and evil in our society, while protecting law abiding citizens. Gun control is NOT the answer. Watch this SHORT VIDEO about the NRA to learn more... Then JOIN, as we move forward in 2018 to ensure that all of us protect and enjoy our RIGHTS of responsible gun ownership, self defense, and the preservation of our rich heritage.
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I believe that our Second Amendment rights
afford us as law abiding citizens the ability to own
firearms, and we should be able to use the tools that we see
fit to protect ourselves, our families, and our property.
The immortal and often debated meaning of the words of the Second Amendment
"A well regulated militia..."
was intended to mean that all citizens have the right
and responsibility to bear arms in protection of self,
family, and country. "Well regulated" at the time,
meant well trained and disciplined. We believe that
the meaning and spirit of those words is just as relevant
today. Our citizens should be well trained, but
"...the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed."
"The Gonz" is a Fort Collins
based political and gun rights activist, NRA Certified Firearms Instructor, and Law Enforcement AR-15/M-16/M-4A1 Armorer, and NRA Recruiter specializing in fostering gun rights and firearms safety. We emphasize firearms safety and are
strong advocates of a law abiding citizen's right to own
firearms for self defense, hunting and sporting purposes.
If you live in the Northern Colorado area, please ask how I can help you with all your firearms training needs. By joining the NRA today, you are helping me to muster the vital resources needed to ensure that these rights are here for our children and future generations to come.
One look at these headlines will tell you the sense of urgency.
The Second Amendment is second in importance only to the First!!! Indeed, it's the Second Amendment that allows the general population to defend all the rest of them from any attempt at tyranny.
"While the people have property, arms in their hands, and only a spark of noble spirit, the most corrupt Congress must be mad to form any project of tyranny."
Rev. Nicholas Collin, Fayetteville Gazette (N.C.), October 12, 1789
The following is a quote from James Madison sixteen (16) months before he introduced the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. House of Representatives in 1789.
"Besides the advantage of being armed, which the Americans possess over the people of almost every other nation, the existence of subordinate governments, to which the people are attached and by which the militia officers are appointed, forms a barrier against the enterprises of ambition, more insurmountable than any which a simple government of any form can admit of." James Madison, The Federalist No. 48, February 1, 1788