As Lee County Deputy Dean Bardes lay flat on his back on the side of the interstate being pummeled to the point of near unconsciousness by Edward Strother, he begged an armed citizen who stopped to offer help to shoot the suspect. Seconds later, the vicious attack on Deputy Bardes was ended as Ashad Russell opened fire with his lawfully carried concealed pistol, striking Strother three times in the chest.
Our time is NOW! If you’ve been reading our emails for the last few weeks you know that Constitutional Carry legislation is SURGING forward in the Minnesota legislature. No sooner had the 2017 session kicked off when 100% pro-gun Representative Cal Bahr introduced Minnesota Gun Rights’ Constitutional Carry bill, HF309, in the House! Since then, members of the Minnesota House have been bombarded by phone calls, emails and Facebook message
Momentum for Constitutional Carry (HF309) is surging! Over the last couple of weeks, folks like you have been pouring phone calls into the capitol in St Paul with one message: support, co-sponsor and PASS HF309, Constitutional Carry legislation! And let me tell you, they’re starting to get the message. Just last week we told you that Representative Newberger and Howe signed on to HF309, thank to your calls and emails.
I’ve got great news! Because of all your phone calls and emails for the last week, momentum for Constitutional Carry is really picking up! In just the last few days Representatives Newberger and Howe have signed on as co-sponsors to HF309, Rep Cal Bahr’s Constitutional Carry bill! This is FANTASTIC news as it’s proof that your calls are having just the affect intended. That makes Rep Drazkowski, Hertaus, McDonald, Lohmer,
I told you last week that HF 309, the Minnesota Constitutional Carry Act of 2017, was introduced in the Minnesota State House by Representative Cal Bahr. Initial supporters of the legislation include Reps. Drazkowski, Hertaus, McDonald, Lohmer, Newberger, Howe, Poston and Erickson. If you do not see your State Representative on that list, please click below on the image to find out who your legislator is. After clicking the link
“I keep hearing about Constitutional Carry – exactly what is it, and how does it restore our Second Amendment Rights?” We get questions like that literally every day from folks, whether they just signed up for our emails, just bought their first firearm or whether they just followed us on our Facebook page. That’s why I thought I’d take a moment here to explain what Constitutional Carry is and why
Thursday Afternoon As you can see in the video below, yesterday was the House Transportation Finance committee hearing on the DANGEROUS ID act. If enacted into law, it’ll give any future Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security the singular, arbitrary ability to change the terms on when and where a DANGEROUS (REAL) ID card is required — with NO Congressional oversight! Down the road it could mean chipped identification
It’s GO TIME for gun owners in Minnesota! The 2017 session of the Minnesota legislature kicked off a few days ago and NOW is the time for passage of MAJOR pro-gun reforms. Watch the video below of MGR Executive Director Chris Dorr and Rep Cal Bahr revealing the big news for Constitutional Carry in Minnesota! When you’re done, please sign your petition in support of Constitutional Carry and share this
Moments ago the gavel fell on the start of the 2017 legislative session at the Capitol in St Paul as Minnesota Gun Rights staff looked on. I have to admit, it was great not bumping into incumbent anti-gun legislators like former State Senator Rod Skoe, or former Senator Lyle Koenen – or the slew of anti-gun challengers who tried to wipe out pro-gun incumbents during the 2016 general election. These
Pasco County — When a man entered Jordon’s BBQ, a family owned restaurant near Tampa Florida, he indicated that he was there looking for work. But according to witnesses, the man began to demand money from everyone in the restaurant and implied that he was armed. When the owner of the store saw the yet unidentified man grabbing for a weapon, he drew and fired his concealed handgun, killing the suspect