Elected representatives matter. Like all elections, the 2018 midterms could be pivotal for the future of the Second Amendment as we know it. We all want our Senators and Congressmen to vote in our favor, but all too often it seems our elected representatives bow to political pressure or flip-flop on an issue in favor of feel-good politics. To help you make an informed decision, here are two members of congress that recently sat down for Q&A sessions on guns and the shooting sports.
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With one week left until the election, NSSF President and CEO Steve Sanetti is calling on all members of our industry to join together, go to the polls armed with the facts and, #GUNVOTE.
Beretta USA, Browning, Leupold, North American Arms, and Winchester Ammunition are among the 500 companies throughout our industry proudly displaying the #GUNVOTE icon on their websites. You should, too. If you do not have a website, post it to your social media and help spread the word.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), the trade association for the firearms industry, is pleased to announce that Smith & Wesson has joined the NSSF’s #GUNVOTE Chairman’s Club with a $500,000 contribution to the association’s critical voter registration and education campaign. This is the largest contribution the #GUNVOTE campaign has received to date!
With the balance of the Supreme Court at stake, this election will affect our constitutional rights. It is crucial that all gun owners and Second Amendment supporters register to vote, become informed about candidates’ positions, and on Election Day, #GUNVOTE. Don’t risk your rights!
Pro gun control politicians are making patently false claims about the Second Amendment, the gun industry and the laws in an effort to sway voters with little to no information about the subject. Read to see how we can counter their effort and defend our Second Amendment rights.
If six states — Montana, West Virginia, South Dakota, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Alaska — vote out Senate Democrats, gun rights are probably safe for a couple of years.
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