“Constitutional Carry” (SB 25) for Colorado

State Senator Tim Neville, R-Littleton, has agreed to sponsor “Constitutional Carry” (SB 25) as his first bill in the 2012 Colorado state legislative session. What happens next is up to RMGO supporters like you.

If you haven’t done so already, please sign the Rocky Mountain Gun Owners petition in support of Constitutional Carry. Then, please forward this message to friends, family, and other like-minded citizens and ask them to sign the petition as well.

With the start of the 2012 session just days away it’s absolutely vital we turn up the heat on every member of the state legislature.

As you may know, this critical legislation will ensure honest gun owners their constitutional right to carry a concealed handgun without having to fight through the expensive government red tape of the permit process.

But will your State Senator and Representative stand up for your second amendment rights? Or will they bow down to the radical anti-gun lobby?

You see, with a liberal majority in the Colorado State Senate getting this bill out of committee won’t be an easy task.

That’s why Rocky Mountain Gun Owners is unveiling an ambitious program to promote Constitutional Carry in 2012.

With nearly 20 years in the fight to preserve our right to keep and bear arms at both the state and federal level, I will be the first to tell you, I can’t do this alone.

It takes patriots like you to continue the fight to allow every honest gun owner the ability to protect him or herself at all times.

This is why I’m asking you to stand up for our Second Amendment rights and sign the RMGO Constitutional Carry Petition.

Your signature will help us in the first part of our plan to collect at least 20,000 signed petitions to deliver to your State Senators and Representatives demanding that they support the Constitutional Carry bill.

Then, in a few weeks, we will introduce our candidate pledge; demanding that each and every member of the General Assembly — and every candidate — pledge to support Constitutional Carry in Colorado.

After you’ve signed RMGO’s Constitutional Carry Petition, please forward this message to as many Second Amendment supporters as possible, and encourage them to sign the petition, too!

And if you can, please consider chipping in $15 or $20.

Your generous contribution will help us really turn up the heat — through letters, phone calls, emails and internet ads . . .

. . . And if funding permits, RMGO will launch hard-hitting newspaper, radio and TV ads urging specific elected officials, by name, to vote to pass Constitutional Carry in Colorado.

You and I both know the gun grabbers and their leftist allies in the state legislature will pull every dirty trick.

Please do not delay signing the petition, and if you can please consider chipping in $15 or $20 to help RMGO fight to pass Constitutional Carry in Colorado.

Of course, if you can and want to contribute more, Rocky Mountain Gun Owners will be careful stewards of your trust.

As always, thank you for your support in the fight to preserve our Second Amendment Rights.

Only together can we do what can’t be done alone.

For freedom,

Dudley Brown
Executive Director, Rocky Mountain Gun Owners

P.S. State Senator Tim Neville is introducing Constitutional Carry in the 2012 Colorado state legislative session.

This critical legislation will ensure honest gun owners their constitutional right to carry a concealed handgun without having to fight through the expensive government red tape of the permit process.

From an email received from RMGO

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5 Responses to ““Constitutional Carry” (SB 25) for Colorado”

  1. Elaine Doucette Says:

    Just signed the petition. Can’t join or donate until I’m employed again, but I assure you I will. Any legally obtained and licensed weapon should be legal to carry concealed.

  2. Diamondback Says:

    Sorry Elaine but “any weapon obtained should be legal to carry concealed or openly at the citizen’s sole discretion from sea to sea and border to border plus all territories and possessions, available for immediate employ in the event of a spontaneous confrontation; in all places and at all times except truly sensitive areas such as correctional facilities and courthouses and then there should be a turn in and pick up process available to the citizenry so that the facilities policy cannot extend beyond it’s grounds and infringe upon our rkba for defense of self and others.”

    jmho.

    Diamondback

  3. Patrick Sperry Says:

    I think Elaine is just new to these things, and does not realize the impact of certain words Diamondback. Thanks for your comment though!
    Way back when I did an entire post about the “legal” thing, and just how easy it is for the big government types to fix that (in their eyes) little problem. Just make whatever it is that they don’t like illegal.

    Problem solved! That problem being the freedom and liberty that is the birthright of every American.

  4. Elaine Doucette Says:

    Diamondback, I like your attention to detail. :-)

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