Think your right to self-defense ends when you enter a national park? If not, make yourself heard

I probably won’t get around to much blogging today, but I do need to correct my failure, so far, to urge readers to contact the Department of the Interior to put national parks on the same footing (with regard to the carrying of defensive firearms) as the states in which the parks lie. CCRKBA has more:

To comment on-line, simply click here and follow the instructions for making public comment.

You can mail comments to: Public Comments Processing, Attn: 1024-AD70; Division of Policy and Directives Management; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; 4401 N. Fairfax Drive, Suite 222; Arlington, VA 22203.

Basically, the Department of the Interior is now requesting public opinion on this issue–so let’s give them plenty of it. I just noticed, by the way, that the link is down (temporarily, one would hope)–apparently for planned maintenance–so keep trying. UPDATE: The link is back up now.

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One Response to “Think your right to self-defense ends when you enter a national park? If not, make yourself heard”

  1. the texan Says:

    Thank you for posting this link. Every gun owner should let them know we want our 2amendment back.

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