The holidays are over, and for Minnesota Gun Rights it’s time to get back to business!

The legislature convened TODAY for the 2023 Minnesota Legislature, and that means our fight for our firearm freedoms is back in full swing!

On deck?

Red Flag Gun Confiscations Laws.

Red Flag laws are the #1 priority for the new DFL majorities in St Paul and they’re very hopeful they can get them passed in 2023. 

The damage that a ‘Red Flag Gun Seizure’ law would inflict on gun owners here in Minnesota is almost impossible to quantify.

You see, under ‘Red Flag’ laws, almost anyone can file a complaint with the police alleging that you’re ‘dangerous.’ The ‘evidence’ could be practically anything, and totally bogus.

And when (not if, when) the judge agrees with this complaint, they will immediately order the confiscation of every firearm and every round of ammo that you own. And they’ll send a SWAT TEAM to your door to conduct the seizure!

But notice that nowhere in this process are you required to be charged — let alone convicted — of a crime.

This is what the Radical Left has wanted for a long time: the power to seize firearms from anyone they want through a bureaucratic process, with no need to convict us of a crime or follow the ‘due process rights that a court would ensure.

That’s why I hope you’ll take a moment and sign this petition to your lawmakers right away, so they know you want them to stop, block, and OPPOSE any attempt to pass ‘Red Flag Gun Confiscation’ legislation!


In the days ahead, Minnesota Gun Rights will be THUNDERING in the capitol as we have a plan to mobilize more gun owners than have ever been seen before, to put pressure on the DFL caucuses in St Paul. 

Your signed petition is just one part of that.

As new information is released and gun control bills are introduced, we’ll be sure to let you know — as well as give action items for gun owners to take to help us STOP this gun control push in Minnesota. 

So please sign your petition opposing Red Flags today, and get ready to FIGHT!

For Freedom,

Ben Dorr,
Executive Director
Minnesota Gun Rights