Joining states like Indiana, South Dakota, North Dakota, South Carolina, Michigan, and Texas, Kentucky legislators are currently considering a bill that would make the Second Amendment the only “permit” needed to keep and bear arms. That’s right. Constitutional Carry could be coming to Kentucky THIS YEAR. SB7, sponsored by Senators Albert Robinson (R), C.B. Embry Jr. (R), Dennis Parrett (D), and Majority Floor Leader Damon Thayer (R), would “allow persons not otherwise prohibited by other laws to carry concealed weapons without a license, excluding certain prohibited locations..." The National Association for Gun Rights is on top of Constitutional Carry efforts…
On Monday evening in North Carolina, a woman was walking home from work. As she approached her apartment, she passed a bystander carrying a trash bag, and thought nothing of it. But just when she unlocked her apartment door, the man she had passed by suddenly sprang into action, grabbing her from behind, and shoving her inside the apartment. As he held her in a vise-like grip, she realized he also had a gun. While this woman was struggling to break free from this dangerous thug, he began choking and gagging her, demanding money from his victim. He violently forced…
The National Association for Gun Rights has members all across the United States, all of them ready to make 2017 the year that we start taking back the gun rights that have been whittled away in recent years. One such member is State Representative Rick Becker, in North Dakota. As an NAGR member, Becker knows that we led the charge to implement Constitutional Carry in FOUR STATES in 2016, making the Second Amendment the only “permit” needed to keep and bear arms. Naturally then, he reached out to NAGR when he decided to start a similar push in his home…