Gun enthusiasts need to vote this November |

Gun enthusiasts need to vote this November

This letter is to keep law-abiding citizens informed on future gun shows in Nevada County.

The Marine Corps League and the American Legion have voted to continue to sponsor an annual gun show. I was shot down by the California Department of Justice Firearms Division this year, so I will try for a gun show on Father’s Day 2003.

I do now have gun show producer requirements to put on the show. This will give me enough time to get all the information back to the Department of Justice. My last letter to the editor explained why I had to cancel the show scheduled on Father’s Day this year. As a member of Citizens for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, I can’t emphasize enough how important it is that every firearm owner register to vote. Don’t have the attitude that my vote doesn’t count! Dozens of elections are decided by as few as a handful of votes each year. I will try to keep you posted about the politicians running for office who ban gun shows. Elections are closer than most people realize. November is just around the corner. Did you know that Kaiser is anti-gun and is putting their anti-gun message right in patients’ faces? Gun ownership in the U.S. is at an all-time high, and gun violence is lower than it was 10 years ago.

Rudy Kutchar


American Legion

Grass Valley

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