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Pro-Gun leaders in Washington D.C.

Last week, National Association for Gun Rights Director of Operations Luke O’Dell and I were in Washington D.C. for a series of meetings with Congressional leaders.

I know I don’t need to tell you that the anti-gun lobby and their willing accomplices in Congress and the media are scheming to infringe upon our gun rights.

Despite the backroom dealings and the anti-gun maneuvering going on in Washington, the gun rights cause is not without hope.

I’m happy to tell you that I was pleasantly surprised by the tenacity and gumption of many of the pro-gun members of Congress and their staff.

Both in the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate we have a very smart, capable band of pro-gunners who are dedicated to advancing and protecting the right to keep and bear arms.

I was particularly pleased to meet with Congressman Paul Broun (R-GA).

Rep Paul Broun and Dudley Brown

Congressmen Broun has been a strong supporter of the National Association for Gun Rights. I was proud to discuss some of the important work he has helped us with.

While we have many, many battles facing us, including the looming U.N Small Arms “treaty” and a multitude of back-door attempts to pass a national gun registry and to disarm conservative activists as “domestic terrorists”, I know that we will be able to count on the leadership of people like Congressman Broun to help fight these important battles.

On a personal note, Congressman Broun’s support for gun rights isn’t just a Constitutional issue; he’s an avid hunter and gun owner himself.

Luke and I were impressed by the collection of mounted trophy game in his office, including an Alaskan Brown Bear.

Rep. Paul Broun

This weekend, if you have a spare moment, feel free to drop Congressmen Broun a line, here. Thank him for his leadership on behalf of our gun rights and his continued support of the National Association for Gun Rights.

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Dudley Brown
Executive Director
National Association for Gun Rights

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