2nd Amendment (2A) Tuesday on Feb. 4th, 2014

Several prominent Maryland gun owners groups have announced plans for the inaugural 2A Tuesday to take place on February 4th, 2014. The event will be primarily from 11:30-1:30PM on Lawyer’s Mall in Annapolis. The groups are asking for as many concerned citizens to attend this event as possible to send a message to the 2014 General Assembly session that gun owners and 2A supporters are paying attention.

You may remember but there were several events in 2013 which drew large crowds to Lawyer’s Mall in protest of the so-called Firearm Safety Act of 2013. Due to the all of the pressure brought by 2A activists and supporters, the Act was only able to pass into law by using questionable tactics, and sneaky overnight changes to the bill.

Spread the word about this important demonstration to all of your Maryland friends. Show these legislators that you are in fact paying attention, and that they cannot proceed with their business-as-usual liberal agendas.

This is a peaceful assembly of concerned citizens, and everyone is asked to leave your firearms at home, cleanup after yourself, and carpool or join one of the buses that are being arranged. For more information please visit the following for more information:

Maryland Shall Issue
Maryland State Rifle & Pistol Association
Maryland Licensed Firearms Dealers Association
Maryland Citizens Action Network (MDCAN)

Marylanders are also asked to let your representatives know how you feel about your 2A rights. Visit MDElect.net and put in your address to see who your local representatives are.

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