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Act Now to Protect Your Second Amendment Rights

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Show Your Second Amendment Stance

As sportsmen and Americans we are all concerned about recent tragedies involving firearms, yet many of us are torn about how best to proceed. Hornady has drafted a firm and sensible reaction to proposed gun regulation and makes it easy to send your thoughts to President Obama and the U.S. Congressmen from your state. Click the link below the letter to access a form that will allow you to submit your letter to the President and Congress with a single click. While on Hornady’s site, feel free to moderate the following letter, as originally drafted by Hornady, any way you feel appropriate:

“As a voter who believes in the U.S. Constitution, I am writing to express my views on gun control legislation currently being discussed in every level of government. I am one of over 100 million law-abiding American citizens who responsibly owns firearms for target shooting, hunting, personal and home defense, and collecting. I care deeply about the Second Amendment, and I am closely monitoring legislation that would restrict my right to keep and bear arms.

“I am saddened by the tragic events in Newtown, Connecticut, but I believe that efforts to impose new restrictions on me, a lawful and responsible gun owner, are misguided and unwarranted. The so-called “Assault Weapons Ban,” which for a decade restricted the sale of semiautomatic rifles and limited magazine capacity to ten rounds, did not reduce crime, according to a report by the U.S. Department of Justice. And since the expiration of the ban in 2004, violent crime has declined.

“Your focus should be on real solutions to the problem of misuse of firearms, such as strengthening mental health care and improving the quality of data supporting the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS).

“Do NOT pass more gun or magazine laws; instead, work to enforce the thousands of gun laws already on the books and help step up prosecution of criminals who commit violence and misuse firearms.”