Video Update on ‘Red Flag Gun Seizure’ Legislation — TAKE ACTION!

Michael Bloomberg is probably smiling from ear to ear right now in NYC, as he plots his new strategy of attacking our Second Amendment freedoms here in Wyoming.

That’s because the support for ‘Red Flag Gun Seizure’ legislation continues to grow — being sold as a ‘common sense compromise’ amongst lawmakers in state legislatures all over the country.

It’s already passed in ‘red states’ like Florida and Indiana.

And, with a disturbing number of Wyoming lawmakers refusing to answer our survey precisely because they don’t want to promise to oppose this dangerous legislation, this is a threat we have to take very seriously!

That’s why I’ve had our Policy Advisor, Aaron Dorr, prepare this video update for you — to explain what these bills are, how they impact you, and how you can help us stop them!

Watch the video update here

Once you have the information, please take action right away!

First, sign your petition opposing ‘Red Flag Gun Seizure’ legislation right away!

Second, help us get the word out about this threat, by sharing this email or the YouTube video above on your personal Facebook page, groups you administer, gun forums — anywhere where other gun owners can see it!

Third, help Wyoming Gun Owners mobilize gun owners to stop this legislation by making a generous donation now!

With more and more lawmakers trying to appear to be ‘reasonable’ in the eye of the anti-gun media here in Wyoming, we need to be extremely wary about this legislation.

Please take action right away!

   For Freedom,

   David Ball
   Wyoming Gun Owners

P.S. The growing threat to gun owners from Constitution-shredding ‘Red Flag Gun Seizure’ legislation is very serious.

To get you up to speed on what this bill is, how many ‘red’ states have already passed it, and how you can help us stop it, we’ve produced a short video update!

You can watch it here.

When you are done, please take action right away!

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