Contact your legislators about Senate Bill S2844 and Assembly Bill A930

New York State Senate S2844 and New York State Assembly Bill A930 would direct the New York State Police to become the point of contact for all firearms background checks in New York State. A division of the New York State Police, created by this legislation, would replace the federal NICS background check system.

The NICS background check system provides a number of safeguards to prevent data collected from becoming a firearms registry database. The NICS background check system charges no fees to the dealer to use the system. The system created by these bills will charge a fee for all background checks. The data collected by New York’s proposed system would not provide the same safeguards. The legislation also directs the new New York State Police Division to prepare the system for ammunition background checks, should that become activated.

Please contact your New York State Assembly person and New York State Senator to object to the this legislation and to ask their support in defeating the proposed law.

Meet Chris Tague candidate for 102nd Assembly District

Chris Tague
Chris Tague

Chris Tague will speak at Coxsackie Sportsmen’s Club on Thursday, April 12th, 2018

A special election to replace Assemblyman Peter Lopez will take place on April 24th, 2018. Mr. Lopez was a vocal critic of New York’s unSAFE act. The Meeting is scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM on April 12, 2018. Coxsackie Sportsmen’s Club is located at 97 Reservoir Rd. West Coxsackie, NY 12192. The meeting is open to interested voters – the club’s membership meeting will take place after the meeting with Mr. Tague. A flyer for the event is attached, please feel free to print and distribute.


Congresswoman Elise Stefanik will be hosting a public town hall meeting

on Thursday, April 5th from 12 to 2 pm at the Moreau Community Center, 144 Main Street, South Glens Falls, NY 12803.

The second amendment will be the key issue.

Anti-second amendment protesters will be there in force.

We need to show up with our pro- 2A signs and show them that there are more of us than there are of them.

Please try and get there by 11 am. Bring your pro 2A signs that you have used in the past, even old anti-safe Act signs.

Weather will be sunny, the mid-30s.

We need to outnumber the gun grabbers. Forward this to your pro-gun friends.

Meet and Greet Chris Tague

Candidate for NY Assembly 102 District

Chris Tague (R) will be at the Barn and Bistro in Westerlo, NY for a meet and greet. Mr. Tague is a candidate in the special election to replace Peter Lopez to be held on April 24th.

Mr. Lopez was an outspoken opponent of the unSAFE act and stepped down from the Assembly after he was appointed Region 2 administrator for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

The event is sponsored by the Westerlo Republican Committee. The event is scheduled to take place on March 21, 2018, at 5:30 PM and the Barn and Bistro’s address is 288 State Route 143, Westerlo, NY.

A flyer for the event can be found here.

As a gun owner you need to maintain contact with your representatives

This website has implored you to contact your representatives. The best bullwork against tyranny is having your representative on your side. Many pro gun bills are in jeopardy as you read this. Hollywood, main stream media, and gun control groups are trying to take advantage of tragedy again.

Contact your congressperson and tell them you support National Reciprocity, you support the Second Amendment Guarantee Act, and you oppose knee jerk banning of bump stocks – just to satisfy Hollywood and the main stream media. The opposition is organized, they have money and they are working against your rights. Celebrity gun control is running a campaign right now to text all of congress their demands. It is up to you to let Congress know that protecting the second amendment is still your priority.

WRGB Channel 6 Albany to broadcast special town hall on SAFE act

Channel 6 CBS affiliate in Albany, NY will conduct a “Town Hall” on the SAFE act. The broadcast, “Is New York SAFEr”,  will include a panel of experts including:

  • Assembly member Steve McLaughlin
  • David Petronis
  • Gary Pudup (New Yorkers Against Gun Violence)
  • Assembly member Patricia Fahy

The event will be available to watch streaming live on Questions can be submitted for the panel on the event page at CBS 6 Town Hall.