Thursday, June 4, 2015

UPDATED ALERT - YOUR ACTION REQUIRED GUN GRABBERS PLAN BLOCKADE OF LAWFUL GUN RETAILER

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THE 2ND AMENDMENT NEEDS YOU THERE, AT CHUCK'S, TO STOP THE GUN CONTROL BULLIES

Once again, Fr. Pfleger and his band of gun grabbers plans to descend on Chuck's Gun Shop in an effort to get the shop to close down.  Their latest effort involves a planned blockade of the shop on June 6th during which "demonstrators" will prevent you from entering Chuck's to exercise your 2nd Amendment rights.  Needless to say, this is not the kind of activity that you, as a law-abiding firearm owner, should tolerate.

UPDATE: To show his appreciation for the support coming from the gun owner community, owner John Riggio is offering free range time as available on Saturday, plus food and soft drink, coffee, etc.

UPDATE: The Brady Campaign has applied for a permit for their protest with the Village of Riverdale in order to try to keep CCL holders from exercising their rights. The last two protests they held at Chuck's were without a permit, which had no impact on CCW. If granted their permit, which is expected, their protest becomes an event where CCW is prohibited. Expect to see orange plastic fencing demarking where their permitted activity is to take place. If you enter this area to engage the protestors, you are advised not to be carrying.

WHAT YOU MUST DO TO PROTECT YOUR SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHTS

6 comments:

  1. How is something like the deliberate obstruction of a lawfully operating business not considered illegal?
    Chuck needs to be calling him some LEOs to have these people escorted away from his front door.

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  2. "6. Pass this alert along to your gun owning friends and family members. Tell them to sign up with the gun grabbers and to attend the event to protect Chuck's."

    That... makes no sense to me :(
    Am I reading this wrong?

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    1. I guess he's saying that since the gun-grabbers are signing up for the protest then gun lovers should also to fight against them.

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  3. I disagree with wearing NRA T-shirts to the protest.

    A better impression for the news media and general public would be to wear suits and ties.

    Military veterans should wear their decorations or unit insignia, properly displayed.

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  4. Good idea, but I would wear GOA instead of NRA, that's for sure.

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