In 2020, Nevada will have a large, angry, and motivated population of gun owners. The Nevada Firearms Coalition will have the largest group of members ever. More people will be awake and aware of the gun rights. By if we’re not careful, this will only because we’ve lost many valuable things. Since 1989, Nevada has made huge strides to becoming an A rated state for gun rights. Do we want to lose that in 2019?
Individually, we all have to get involved. We have to write, email, call, and even visit our state legislators. Gun control must be fought every step of the way. A wise man once said “The only thing necessary for evil to triumph is that good men do nothing.” Clicking the Like button on Facebook and posting memes won’t defend our rights.
The Nevada Firearms Coalition Political Action Committee (PAC) has a great away to stay informed and involved. Join the Engage program by signing up for email alerts on pending legislation and when it’s time to email and phone blast your legislator. Follow the link and scroll down to the sign-up box.
Personal connections with the legislators is important too. That’s why the PAC has a lobbyist to testify and talk with the senators and assemblymen. But a lobbyist has to get paid; since we have to work and live our lives, we can come together as a group and have someone do the legwork that we can’t. Media and outreach costs are important too. By making a donation or joining the Caliber Club, you can help pay the bills and continue the fight.
The fight for gun rights is never ending. Preserving the Second Amendment isn’t filling up safes and waiting for a last stand, it’s being a part of your citizen government. Together we can keep the great accomplishments we’ve made and build a stronger base for the future. Sign up and donate today.
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