Pro-gun organizations are on the frontline of the war for our 2nd Amendment rights. Donate to these pro-gun organizations and help restore our 2nd Amendment rights.
The 2nd Amendment is under heavy attack, and 2018 has barely even started. It is extremely important to not be a pro-gun slacktivist, and join pro-gun organizations that are fighting the good fight in Washington to not only defend, but actually restore our 2nd Amendment rights. There are many pro-gun organizations out there – too many for the average citizen to join and still maintain a balanced budget. So here are four excellent 2nd Amendment organizations worth joining.
The best part? You can join these organizations for less than the cost of eating out with the family or skipping an overpriced Starbucks coffee a few times.
Gun Owners of America advertises itself as the only “no-compromise” pro-gun organization out there. While they aren’t the only one, they are certainly among the few. Either way, the anti-gun media certainly don’t like GOA, having said they are “tougher” than the NRA.
The Firearms Policy Coalition had hundreds of thousands of members, and those members give the FPC the strength to pursue legal action at the state and federal levels to take back our gun rights. They are down in the metaphorical trenches, fighting against a government that tramples on the constitution.
They are very on the ball in this fast-paced political environment, helping keep the rest of us up to date with what is happening in Washington. Take a look at the FPC’s Take Action page to contact your representatives about various issues.
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) is a 501(c)4 grassroots, non-partisan, nonprofit organization that advocates for individual liberties and important constitutional rights—especially those protected under the First Amendment (Free Speech, Association, etc.), Second Amendment (Right to Keep and Bear Arms), Fifth Amendment (Takings, Due Process), and Fourteenth Amendment (Due Process, Equal Protection, Privileges and Immunities)—sound public policy, and related issues through legal action, direct and grassroots advocacy, research, education, outreach, and other programs.
The 2nd Amendment Foundation works hard in the judicial branch to challenge unconstitutional gun laws all across the United States.
The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) is dedicated to promoting a better understanding about our Constitutional heritage to privately own and possess firearms. To that end, we carry on many educational and legal action programs designed to better inform the public about the gun control debate.
The National Association for Gun Rights focuses on restoring our gun rights, with an emphasis on bringing Constitutional Carry back to the US.
With our rapidly expanding membership of 4.5 million grassroots activists, the National Association for Gun Rights has led the charge to halt the radical anti-gun agenda across the nation. Accepting NO COMPROMISE on the issue of gun control, NAGR works tirelessly to hold politicians accountable for their anti-gun views, and has made great strides in protecting and preserving the Second Amendment. But our effectiveness in the battle against the gun grabbers depends entirely on the support of gun rights supporters like you.
Find state focused organizations
It is extremely important to not only fight for our 2nd Amendment rights at the national level, but keep up the fight at the state level. Politics has a bit of a snowball effect that rolls uphill from the local, to the state, to the national level. The more states we get passing pro-gun laws, the easier it is to pass pro-gun laws at the national level.
There are too many local-focused organizations to list, but please seek them out and support their efforts.
Why isn’t the NRA on the list?
Recently, the NRA has been a bit hit and miss when it comes to the 2nd Amendment. Not only is the NRA the reason why we have some long standing anti-gun laws such as the NFA, but they have made a number of comments that aren’t 2nd Amendment friendly, such as their comments concerning rate increasing devices. Many of their members and leaders in the organization are staunchly pro 2nd Amendment – people like Colion Noir and Dana Loesch are excellent allies to the 2nd Amendment. But until there are some changes within the National Rifle Association, I cannot support them – instead, I will use my membership to change them.
Which organization should I join?
Why not join all four? The war over the 2nd Amendment is fierce right now. A few key wins for the anti-gun movement could be disastrous for all of our constitutional rights.
I am a member of all four and I would encourage everyone to join them as well.