Garden State gun owners fight back against fallacious, anti-gun regime that describes self-protection as useless and handguns as too dangerous for law-abiding Americans to operate.
NRA board director and FFL dealer imparts a unique perspective concerning the motives behind gun control laws that seek to control, rather than protect good citizens from dangerous criminals and corrupt government.
Twenty-two-year combat veteran and NRA board director discusses various gun control laws and how his military and political career prompted him to become involved with the NRA and the Second Amendment.
NRA life member and benefactor told Liberty First Foundation that it is a great honor to serve NRA members and requests the opportunity to continue his aggressive defense of the Second Amendment.
“My first priority as a member of the NRA Board of Directors has been, and will continue to be, the preservation and expansion of our Second Amendment rights in local, state and federal elections.” Deputy Sheriff Dwight D. Van Horn, Ret.
NRA benefactor life member and board director told Liberty First Foundation that he has NRA in his DNA and is 100 percent dedicated to the the promotion of the Second Amendment, the shooting sports and shooting range development.
“There are 5 million gun owners in New York, but you have to vote for your gun rights,” said Tom King, President of New York State Rifle and Pistol Association and candidate for re-election to the National Rifle Association Board of Directors 2019. “You can’t vote with your union, you can’t vote with the party your mommy and daddy signed you up in 30 years ago, you have to vote for your gun rights, that’s the bottom line.”
New Jersey Gun For Hire founder told the Liberty First Foundation that if elected to the NRA Board he would encourage woman and minority groups to become involved with firearm training and defense.