The Coronavirus pandemic is an unprecedented crisis, and some anti-gun lawmakers are exploiting it to deny you and your loved ones your fundamental right to self-defense and your Second Amendment rights. NRA will keep a constant watch on what is happening nationwide, and will work diligently to ensure that you are able to defend yourself and your family during these times. In the past four decades, your NRA has led the way to pass Right-to-Carry, Castle Doctrine, and most importantly for the current crisis, protection against gun confiscation during declared emergencies. This time is no different. Read the full story from NRA-ILA.
NRA-ILA Monitors COVID-19 Threat to Second Amendment
The Coronavirus pandemic is an unprecedented crisis, and some anti-gun lawmakers are exploiting it to deny you and your loved ones your fundamental right to self-defense and your Second Amendment rights.
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