The state of the Second Amendment grows more tenuous.

For decades, the anti-gun crowd has sought to weaken law-abiding American citizens’ constitutional right to bear arms. From presidential candidates whom many don’t trust on gun rights to the Fast and Furious scandal to the multiple exploitations of tragedies to legislation making gun ownership more difficult to lies that gun control actually reduces crime, it has become clear why gun owners have become increasingly concerned about their rights.

George Mason warned during Virginia’s convention to ratify the Constitution in 1788 that “to disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them.” We cannot give up in this never-ending battle.

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