Sen. Cornyn Introduces Concealed Carry Reciprocity!


Please click on the Take Action button to urge your two Senators to cosponsor S. 446, a reciprocity bill that will safeguard your right to protect yourself in every state of the union.


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Urge Your Senators to Cosponsor Concealed Carry Reciprocity 

Dear Friend:

I have great news to tell you.

Texas Republican Senator John Cornyn just introduced his long-awaited concealed carry reciprocity bill (S. 446).

This is a bill that Gun Owners of America has worked long-and-hard for -- and the issue remains one of GOA’s top priorities.

The Cornyn bill is the near-identical companion to Rep. Richard Hudson’s H.R. 38 -- a bill that will allow you to protect yourself and your family, all across the country.

Under the Cornyn-Hudson bills, your permit to carry a concealed handgun will be recognized in any state in the union.

And if you live in a Constitutional Carry state, you won't need a permission slip at all to defend your life.

As you can imagine, gun grabbers are losing their minds over this legislation.

They are foaming at the mouth, claiming this legislation is dangerous and that it will put the safety of Americans in jeopardy.

That’s ridiculous, though.  These are the typical scare tactics we constantly hear from people who hate freedom.

But they are whining loudly because they know there is a good chance this legislation could be signed into law by President Trump.

So please take just 60 seconds to go here right now to send a pre-written letter to your U.S. Senators.

Urge them to cosponsor S. 446, the Cornyn concealed carry reciprocity bill.

Let’s hand gun grabbers a crushing defeat, and help roll back the restrictions that have prevented us from fully exercising our rights protected by the Second Amendment.

Thank you for taking action!

In Liberty,

Erich Pratt
Executive Director

P.S. Please urge your senators to cosponsor Senator John Cornyn’s concealed carry reciprocity bill (S. 446).  

Please note that when you take action, a letter will also be sent to your congressman to urge cosposnorship of H.R. 38 -- or to thank your representative for having already signed on it.