NAGR: Leading Fight Against Gun Control
The National Association for Gun Rights (NAGR) led the lobbying effort against gun control on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. during the third quarter of 2013, spending $1,030,000.
The UN Gun Ban, expanded federal background checks, so-called “gun trafficking” legislation and new “mental health” mandates are the greatest threats to gun owners as we move forward into the fourth quarter. President Obama and Harry Reid are counting votes, and will move to pass any gun control bill they can if they get the votes to do so.
“We are poised to fight tooth and nail against any bill that restricts or bans the rights of gun owners,” says Dudley Brown, Executive Vice President of NAGR. “We won’t be sitting ducks the next time the Obama administration attempts to ram gun control into law.”
We’re also working with allies on Capitol Hill, supporting legislation to repeal hundreds of anti- gun laws and regulations that restrict gun rights currently on the books.
With more than 3 million members and supporters, the National Association for Gun Rights is America’s fastest-growing and most effective grassroots gun rights organization.
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