The Firearm Industry’s Future Is on the Ballot #GUNVOTE

Cover of Steve Sanetti CEO of the NSSF and #GUNVOTE

With one week left until the election, NSSF President and CEO Steve Sanetti is calling on all members of our industry (and The Shooter’s Log to our readers) to join together, go to the polls armed with the facts and, #GUNVOTE. While politicians say it all the time, this truly is the most important election in the history of our industry, and we need your help.

What facts should voters have when they go to the voting booth on Tuesday? How can readers help spread those facts to the general public? Share your answers in the comment section.

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Comments (3)

  1. Those of us on the inside of federal law enforcement find it a staggering reality to accept that Hillary has gotten away with such corrupt illegal activities for as long as she has. When and if the public ever learns the full extent of Hillary’s offenses or the mechanisms and people that have kept her protected for so long, your belief in the integrity of our system will be immensely shaken and damaged forever. Such truth will be incredibly painful for most good Americans to accept.

    Therefore, to lessen the impact I plead with each and every person that is considering Hillary to trust me when I say there are horrible and deadly things about the real Hillary that has never been released to the public. Her goals towards power and corruption run far deeper than anything you’ve ever had access to in the media. She can be described as nothing short of a great deceiver driven by pure evil.

    Courage is the key word here. Because for many it will take an individual act of courage to vote for Trump even though you find him distasteful and repugnant; but you will just have to trust me for now that he is a far lesser evil than what will be unleashed upon us should Hillary take office.

    There are good and dedicated agents working behind the scenes to reveal the extent of Hillary’s injustices. This corruption will eventually be revealed to the public, but unfortunately it won’t be until after the election. Many people will feel betrayed while others will remain in disbelief. It WILL tear this Nation apart. The only way to minimize the impact – and trust me it is coming – is to deny her the presidency to begin with. God bless you all.

    1. The president said it today, that the power of the presidency only amplifies a persons tendencies when they take the office of the president. Which means if you’re a lying, treasonous and corrupt person, it will only get worse !!!!

  2. We keep hearing that this election is likely the most important one in recent history, and I believe it to be true. What with Hillary’s avowed objective of killing the Second Amendment rights of We The People to keep and bear arms…..AND the probability that the next president will appoint as many as four justices to the Supreme Court, we just cannot take this election to be any less than one of supreme importance. I know that there are some who will abstain from voting or vote for a third party candidate out of some commitment to personal principles due to the unpalatable nature of both major candidates. It’s all very nice to stand on personal principle, but in this case, such a stand will have far reaching negative consequences, since abstention or third party voting will most assuredly put Hillary into the Oval Office. A famous quote from a famous American founder once said…..”We must hang together, for if we don’t, we will most assuredly hang separately”.

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