There is no legal right to own a firearm in the United States. The Constitution does not give citizens the right to own weapons, and no legal or historical arguments support the idea that it does. Instead, a much deeper and more important philosophy provides for gun ownership: natural rights. These rights are not given, but protected. Not to expand citizens’ rights, but to limit government’s power.
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April 12, 2018
Do states with stricter gun control laws have fewer gun deaths? No. Do they have fewer homicides and suicides? Definitely not
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Annie Oakley Women’s Shooting Program
The Nevada Firearms Coalition is excited to announce an exciting new program for women who want to learn how to shoot and handle guns safely! Click here for more information.