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April 17, 2014










SAS Statement On PA School Stabbing PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 12 April 2014 11:42

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Lakeway, TX 78734
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Second Amendment Sisters Statement On PA School Stabbing

Lakeway, TX - It is with heavy hearts that we once again must offer our support and prayers for the victims and families of yet another attack in a defense-free zone. The quick thinking of many on the scene no doubt saved lives. However this does not excuse the fact that areas designated as "Gun Free Zones" are repeatedly targeted by those who would inflict mass mayhem.


As stated by our Florida Coordinator, Carla Kennedy, " Today's school violence just brings it all the more clear that it’s not the weapon type... it’s the indefensibility within the schools that allow such unspeakable crimes to be carried out." For this reason Second Amendment Sisters will not rest until all such areas are abolished and the basic human right to self defense is restored. Our children deserve nothing less.


Last Updated on Saturday, 12 April 2014 11:52
Michelle Levell Testimony on NH HB 1589 January 21, 2014 PDF Print E-mail
Written by SAS   
Tuesday, 28 January 2014 10:17

Michelle Levell the NH Legislation Coordinator for SAS presented her testimony focusing on how important it is for women to have the opportunity to learn about firearms in a safe and supportive environment. If appoved this Bill would drastically reduce the number of women trained through the Second Amendment Sisters (SAS). SAS is a nonprofit women's advocacy group dedicated to preserving the basic human right of self defense. Thier mission is to educate women and their families with information and instruction. If enacted this bill would severely impact thier organisations focus on helping the new members decide on a firearm to try before they buy a weapon. The members often bring firearms to their monthly shoots for new members to try, that SAS trains approximately 200-300 new women shooters in firearms safety annually in New Hampshire alone.


Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 January 2014 10:21
Jenn Coffey at Gun Rights Across America - New Hampshire PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 22 January 2014 18:35


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