Restore Constitutional Carry

Below is a post for the “Restore Constitutional Carry” petition.  You can sign the petition but it would be a much better action to contact your local representative personally.  I’ve not known of any petitions that were given much attention, most are usually ignored, however, if a representatives constituents were to contact them directly that isn’t so easily ignored.  They need to know first person what you want them to do concerning this and if you’re proactive then they have to listen and will if they know your paying attention and going to hold them accountable.  Having said that, below is the link to take you to the page to sign the petition if you so desire.

Dear Fellow Patriot,

Fingerprint databases. Statist licensing schemes. Hefty fees.

The never-ending bureaucratic application and reapplication process. Plastic-coated permission slips.

Sometimes it seems the roadblocks and regulations anti-gun activists and their political allies have thrown up to discourage law-abiding Michiganders from carrying a concealed firearm are endless.

Well, guess what? They meant it that way.

The gun-grabbers know good and well that criminals don’t ask for permission to legally carry a firearm!

Their overbearing and unconstitutional “regulations” and “requirements” are meant to do nothing more than undermine the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens just like you.

I don’t know about you, but I think it’s time Michigan Second Amendment supporters said, “Enough is enough!”

Please take a moment to sign this petition to your state lawmakers right away.

For Freedom,

Dudley Brown, Executive Director, National Association for Gun Rights

Dudley Brown

President

National Association for Gun Rights

Formatting Issues

I apologize for the delay in getting these new pages updated.  I’m working on a couple of different devices and trying to transfer information from the original website is creating problems because I’m  trying to copy and paste to avoid all the extra typing.  There is conflict in the formatting.  I hope to have it all worked out by tomorrow.  Thank you for your patience and check back for updates.

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