• House to Take Up Anti-Gun ObamaCare Again

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  • Four Big Victories for the Second Amendment

  • Second Amendment Victory in the House

  • Trump Signs GOA-Backed Repeal of Social Security Gun Ban

  • John Cornyn Introduces Concealed Carry Reciprocity in the Senate

  • GOA Celebrates Another Huge Gun Rights Victory

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  • GOA Generating Huge Support for Concealed Carry

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  • Sen. Crapo Introduces Hearing Protecting Act in U.S. Senate

  • Finally, You Will be Able to Enjoy Your Guns Without Damaging Your Ears

  • I Need Your Help in Congress

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GOA News

  • Trump Addresses Pro-Gunners
  • Jay Dickey Dead at 77
  • ICYMI: Three Recent Pro-Gun Victories
  • 10-Year Anniv. of VA Tech Shooting
  • ATF Ammo Ban

Trump to be first president since Reagan to speak at this 2A convention

“President Trump has done more for gun rights in his first 100 days than any president in recent memory,” said Erich Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America.


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Congressman who blocked gun violence research funding dead at 77

“Gun Owners of America opposes any CDC involvement in the firearms issue,” said  Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America. "The notion that firearms are a contagious disease is risible.”


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ICYMI: Three Recent Pro-Gun Victories

Gun Owners of America (GOA) released a video highlighting three recent Second Amendment victories. 

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10 years after VA Tech shooting: How gun laws have changed

Mass shootings such as the one on Virginia Tech could be prevented if more citizens have guns to take down shooters, said Erich Pratt, head of Gun Owners of America, a pro-gun lobby representing 1.5 million members and activists across the USA.


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Watchdog Wants Records on ATF’s Proposed Ammo Ban

"It was another attempt at incrementalism by the Obama administration," said Erich Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America.


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Ammunition Restriction Study. Senators Larry Craig (R-ID) and Bill Frist (R-TN) offered this amendment to S. 1805. Among other things, the language of this provision would commission the Attorney General to determine whether the ban on so-called "cop killer" ammunition should include superior performance bullets in popular hunting calibers such as the 30-06. The amendment passed the Senate 85-12 on March 2, 2004.
  1. McCain Gun Show Ban. Senator John McCain (R-AZ) offered a gun show amendment (to S. 1805) on March 2, 2004. His language would outlaw the private sale of firearms at gun shows, unless the buyer agrees to submit to a background registration check. Also, it could effectively eliminate gun shows because every member of an organization sponsoring a gun show could be imprisoned if the organization fails to notify each and every "person who attends the special firearms event of the requirements [under the Brady Law]." Thus, if the person responsible for handing out "Brady pamphlets" took a break to go to the bathroom, everyone responsible for the event could be sent to prison. The McCain amendment passed the Senate by a vote of 53-47.
  2. Feinstein Semi-auto Ban. On March 2, 2004, the Senate voted 52-47 in favor of the amendment offered by Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA). This amendment would extend the ban that was signed into law by President Clinton in 1994 -- a ban which outlaws certain magazines and more than 180 semi-automatic firearms. Without this legislative extension, the ban would sunset in September 2004. The Feinstein amendment passed as an amendment to S. 1805.
  3. Lock Up Your Safety Requirement . This amendment, offered by Senator Herb Kohl (D-WI) on February 26, 2004, passed the Senate 70-27. This amendment would require all handgun purchasers to pay an implicit "gun tax" by requiring them to buy a trigger lock when they purchase their handgun, irrespective of need. In addition, the amendment would create a broad and implicit cause of action against gun owners who fail to actually use the storage device to lock up their firearms. Of course, a locked gun then becomes unavailable for self-defense. The Kohl amendment passed as an amendment to S. 1805.

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Self-Defense Corner

  • Store Owner Fights Robbers
  • Elderly Woman Stops Intruder
  • Armed Robbers Stopped in NC
  • Marine Stops Burglars
  • Three Intruders Killed

Store owner’s fight against robbers caught on camera (VIDEO)

Surveillance video from a California jewelry shop last week shows an armed store owner chase away three men in an attempted smash-and-grab right in front of him.

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76-year-old woman fires warning shot at home intruder

EVANSVILLE, IN (WFIE) - An Evansville woman was asleep when someone began kicking in the door. The noise woke her up so she immediately grabbed some protection, her gun.

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One dead, another injured in armed robbery of Triad game store

An employee of a Winston-Salem game store fatally shot an armed robber early Wednesday morning, according to Winston-Salem police.

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Home Invasion Ends Badly For 2 Men That Broke Into A Marine Vet’s Home

Early Thursday morning, two hooded men dressed in all black stormed a Salt Lake City apartment. After they kicked the door in, they quickly learned the hard way not to mess with a Marine.

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Family of Dead Burglar: Homeowner's Gun Meant 'Unfair Fight'

When three teenagers forced their way into a stranger’s home, they never imagined they would be greeted by a homeowner’s son armed with an AR-15.

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