What’s at Stake. . .

By now you’ve likely heard about the special deal we are running for the month of July.

In celebration of the 4th of July — and the freedoms that we enjoy as Americans – Minnesota Gun Rights has put together a special offer for all new or renewed memberships during the month of July!

More about that in a moment.

First, I wanted to take a moment to let you know the status of the gun rights movement in Minnesota, and why it’s so critical that you get involved in this fight.

You see, just last year Minnesota Gun Rights was on offense, going toe to toe with weak-kneed House leadership to get Stand-Your-Ground law passed for Minnesota!

But that was then.

Now, in the wake of the Parkland, FL shooting, all bets are off in the fight for gun control. And thanks to tremendous assistance from radical anti-gun media, gun control momentum in Minnesota is at a fever pitch.

In fact, earlier this year, we saw around 15,000 Minnesotans mob the Capitol demanding sweeping gun control.

And make no mistake, they aren’t looking to tinker around the edges, they want to do nothing less than gut the Second Amendment!

Just some of what they are asking for includes:

>>> A complete ban on any magazine that holds over 10 rounds.

>>> Creation of a total firearms registry here in Minnesota, via their ‘universal background check’ program.

>>> A complete ban on the AR-15 and hundreds of modern firearms.

>>> Passage of ‘Red Flag Gun Seizure’ legislation which allows you to be stripped of your firearms in secret, with no chance to defend yourself!

And these are just 3 or 4 of the 30+ gun control bills being advanced in the statehouse.

Others are calling for passage of Linda Slocum’s HF3022 which, if passed, would utterly destroy the Second Amendment in Minnesota, making our state the WORST state in the nation when it comes to gun rights – even worse than California, Oregon and New York!

Now, thankfully none of this legislation became law in 2018 thanks to your intense activism.

But this roar for gun control was successful at turning the spines of House and Senate leadership into jelly and blocking our efforts to make Minnesota the next Stand-Your-Ground state, too.

The real question is, which side will have the momentum coming out of the 2018 midterms and into the start of the 2019 legislative session?

That’s why we need every Minnesotan who cares about the Second Amendment to stand with us now, so that we have the resources we need to effectively FIGHT BACK!

And like I said above, now is a great time to get involved because during the month of July, ALL memberships come with a FREE T-Shirt from Minnesota Gun Rights.

Your membership packet will include your membership card, FREE T-Shirt, and decal — and we’ll ship the whole thing to you for free. So sign up now

The fighting back that I referred to above will start very soon, as the 2018 elections are only a few months away.

The best way for us to protect our gun rights during the 2019 session is to wreak havoc on anti-gun lawmakers who are trying to keep their record a secret.

Trust me, nothing cools the flames of gun control amongst a hostile caucus in St Paul like looking around the room and noticing that they lost a few members during the previous election!

This is how we fight back!

No lawmaker or political party is going to stop this, you and I have to do it.

But we need your help to put this program into action.

So please stand with us now and pick up some free gear at the same time.

Sign up now!

For Freedom,

Ben Dorr
Political Director
Minnesota Gun Rights

P.S. Gun control advocates hammered away at our gun rights in 2018, and are going to do it again next session.

Their ultimate goal is to disarm law abiding Minnesotans, something they are no longer hiding.

Gun owners need to stand together and fight back; joining Minnesota Gun Rights is a great way to get involved in this fight.

And if you do so between now and July 31st, you get a FREE T-Shirt along with your membership packet! So sign up now!


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