Displaying items by tag: National Association for Gun Rights
Displaying items by tag: National Association for Gun Rights

Concord, NH - The National Association for Gun Rights is hailing the passage of Constitutional Carry in New Hampshire, which cleared its final legislative hurdle in the State House today by a vote of 200-97.

Senate Bill 12 recognizes the right of every law-abiding citizen in New Hampshire to carry a firearm for self–defense without having to beg the government for a permit.

“New Hampshire is on the verge of becoming the eleventh state to remove this government permission slip nonsense once and for all,” stated NAGR President Dudley Brown. “If you have a legal handgun, Constitutional Carry says you can carry it without having to beg a bureaucrat for a permit.”

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Pierre, SD – Today, Governor Dennis Daugaard bowed to gun control interests and vetoed House Bill 1072, the South Dakota Constitutional Carry bill.

“The National Association for Gun Rights will not stand on the sidelines and give Governor Daugaard a pass on his betrayal of gun owners,” said Dudley Brown, President of NAGR. “South Dakota is on the verge of becoming the 12th state to adopt Constitutional Carry. Now is the time for local residents to mobilize and stand up for their Second Amendment rights.”

The South Dakota Legislature is expected to vote on an override of Governor Daugaard’s veto in the next couple weeks. If the Governor’s veto is overridden, House Bill 1072 will recognize the right of every law-abiding citizen in South Dakota to carry a firearm for self–defense without a government permit.

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Concord, NH - The National Association for Gun Rights is hailing the passage of Constitutional Carry in New Hampshire, which cleared its final legislative hurdle in the State House today by a vote of 200-97.

Senate Bill 12 recognizes the right of every law-abiding citizen in New Hampshire to carry a firearm for self–defense without having to beg the government for a permit.

“New Hampshire is on the verge of becoming the eleventh state to remove this government permission slip nonsense once and for all,” stated NAGR President Dudley Brown. “If you have a legal handgun, Constitutional Carry says you can carry it without having to beg a bureaucrat for a permit.”

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Wednesday, 04 January 2017 13:50

NAGR pushing Constitutional Carry in ND


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 state, forming a partnership to draft a Constitutional Carry bill.


Your National Association for Gun Rights was on the case. The bill has now been introduced, and Becker is looking for other supporters in the North Dakota legislature.


NAGR’s members are ever vigilant for opportunities to protect and regain our gun rights. We’re less than a week into 2017, and already, our members are getting the ball rolling to bring Constitutional Carry to yet another state.


This is the grassroots power that NAGR mobilizes on a daily basis.


To help us turn 2017 into an avalanche of pro-gun bills across the nation, please sign up or renew your expired membership RIGHT AWAY!


To thank you for your dedication to protecting our gun rights, memberships purchased at $25 or more come with a free NAGR hat. Get yours today.


Local news reports:

A North Dakota State Representative wants you to be able to carry a loaded concealed firearm without a permit.

Eleven other states have implemented what are called “constitutional carry laws” while another four have adopted limited versions of the law.

In North Dakota, an open carry state, Representative Rick Becker says he doesn’t believe passing constitutional carry would make much of a difference.

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Published in Gun Rights News
Friday, 06 May 2016 17:36

NAGR is waiting to hear from YOU!

   

The National Association for Gun Rights is dedicated to protecting gun rights all over the country.

In a little over a year, members like you have made it possible for us pass constitutional carry in FIVE states.

But threats to the Second Amendment continue to pile up.

With NAGR being fully dependent on donations from ardent Second Amendment supporters like you, we may not be able to face all of them at once.

That’s why we need you to CLICK HERE to vote for the fight you think NAGR should focus on.

President Obama wants a radical anti-gunner on the Supreme Court, and law-abiding Americans to live by the dangerous U.N. “Small Arms Treaty,” and elections are right around the corner.

Not to mention, weak-kneed Republicans are showing signs of vulnerability, ready to make compromises that will chip away at our Second Amendment rights.

We have our hands full.

However, the National Association for Gun rights relies entirely on financial support from its most dedicated members to function. Without a massive influx of funds, we may not be able fight on ALL fronts.

That’s why we’re asking YOU what our priorities should be.

To let us know which issues are most important to you, CLICK HERE.

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