David Ball

Send Two Emails in Support of Your Gun Rights!

I know that you’ve been hearing from us a lot lately, but with the 2020 ‘budget session’ only slated to last twenty days, there’s no time to waste. But the truth is, we have far less than twenty days to fight for our gun rights. That’s because during these budget sessions, in order for a bill to be viable for consideration, they must receive a 2/3rds majority vote from the

Legislative Session Begins Today in Cheyenne – It’s Time to Fight!

Moments ago, the 2020 legislative session kicked off in Cheyenne, meaning our fight to defend and expand our Second Amendment rights just went into high gear! Remember, session only lasts for a few weeks this year, so I need you to take immediate action so that lawmakers know what we demand of them during this 2020 session. We all know what’s at stake. Legislative moderates like Senator Von Flatern and

They Pulled FIX-NICS!

In the wake of overwhelming pressure from the members of Wyoming Gun Owners, Rep. Bill Pownall pulled FIX-NICS from consideration in advance of the 2020 session! There’s no other way to say it: WYGO members are the biggest a** kickers in Wyoming politics and everyone in Cheyenne knows it!  You see, swamp creatures like Democrat-turned Republican Senator Mike Von Flatern, Representative Bill Pownall, and Representative Clark Stith love trying to

A New Gun Control Bill Filed in Cheyenne!

I wish I could say I’m surprised. But I’m not. When Republicans start backing gun control bills — like FIX-NICS legislation — it sends a message to gun-grabbers that Wyoming might not be the pro-gun state that everyone thinks it is. And when that happens, anti-gun lawmakers who normally are too afraid to open their mouths in Cheyenne, suddenly get emboldened, and start openly attacking our gun rights. That’s exactly

Dangerous Gun Control Bill In Cheyenne -- Fight Back!

The 2020 legislature will begin session in just over a week, which means I am counting on you to take IMMEDIATE ACTION! You see, Wyoming Gun Owners worked all last summer and fall to block a nasty gun control bill referred to as ‘FIX-NICS,’ and late last fall, the Joint Judiciary Committee shot this bill down.  But as we said at that time, moderate lawmakers in Cheyenne would likely try to

Stopping FIX-NICS, Ending Gun Free Zones, Elections...Where Should We Focus?

We’re just a few weeks away from the start of the 2020 legislative session in Cheyenne, and I have been working for several weeks to finalize our legislative goals for the year, along with the budget we need to run our legislative and election programs. But I’m going to be honest with you, the situation in Cheyenne is rapidly deteriorating. In fact, I don’t remember a time when the momentum was

Legislative Moderates Bringing Back FIX-NICS!

In case you missed our video announcement on our Facebook page last Saturday, I wanted to make sure you knew that Democrat-turned Republican Senator Michael Von Flatern and others are bringing back FIX-NICS legislation! If you are confused, assuming that we dealt with this issue last year during the interim committee process, you would be correct. This bill was considered — and rejected — by the Joint Judiciary Committee last

A New Tool in the Fight for Gun Rights!

Do you ever get the idea that your lawmakers only want to hear from you every two years, when they are looking for your votes around the time of their re-election? If you’ve ever thought that way, it’s because it’s usually true. Sure, they may shake your hand at a county function or give you 30 seconds at a forum or interim committee one Saturday every couple of months, but

Merry Christmas from Wyoming Gun Owners

On behalf of the board of directors, I want to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas! We mention family often in our emails and direct mail updates to our members and supporters because, after all, that’s the whole point of Wyoming Gun Owners -– preserving and defending the Second Amendment for the next generation! Our forefathers fought and died to make sure that we would have the