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National Stand for Your Rights 2A Rally Scheduled for April 14th USA - Patriot Gun News
getting some other notables at some other rallies.
Thank you to all involved in organizing this event; I am certain it has been time consuming and frustrating at times. We need all the voices we can get.
That said, I am looking for clarification on some things: On the facebook flyer, I noticed something along the lines of "we prefer long guns not be carried" or something along those lines. Are long guns not allowed? On a flyer that was posted a few posts back, it stated "empty mag wells preferred". Are loaded firearms not allowed?
Thank you, in advance, for the clarification.
PS: not trying to start anything, just want to know the rules before I play the game.
South side of the Capitol, north side of Washington St. scroll back a few pages for parking options and GFZ mapI apologize if I missed it, but is there a certain time/place where INGO members are planning to meet? Not sure if I'm going to be able to make it, but I thought I'd verify just in case.
South side of the Capitol, north side of Washington St. scroll back a few pages for parking options and GFZ map
The organizers have asked us not to carry long guns. Those of us that think we should honor the organizer's request are called butters, cowards, traitors, etc.
I take it as "please dont, but if you insist, make sure its not chambered".
They asked that we show up exactly as we EDC to show that we are normal folks, not extremist whackjobs. (but to be fair, some of them will still consider us extremist whackjobs if we OC in business casual attire.)
Sidewalks next to Washington St are public . Stay off the grassI'm a little confused... From the GFZ map a few pages back, it looks like the north side of Washington St. is the GFZ? Or is the sidewalk okay and the GFZ actually begins once you step off the north side of the sidewalk?
Later more local posts requested empty magazine wells. All camo and slung low ready sounds like what they are trying to avoid
Low ready with a rifle means shouldered with the muzzle down. Not sure what a sling has to do with that. I would expect to get shot if I was carrying low ready in public with a rifle.