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Fun Gun Shoot to Support Tim Shaffer for State Representative

Posted August 29, 2016 by adminFun Gun Shoot 2016 Tim Schaffer

Our Ohio State Representative Tim Shaffer has STOOD FIRMLY on your firearm rights; now is YOUR time to take a STAND to help support him! Click here to RSVP for this event!   Tim Shaffer is our 2nd Amendment defender in the Ohio General Assembly! Representative Tim Shaffer is endorsed by the NRA and the Buckeye Firearms Association.   Armed2Defend along with Instructor Mike Lyons have the honor of hosting a Fun Gun Shoot for Tim Shaffer for State Representative on Wednesday September 21 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Armed2Defend’s shooting range in Canal Winchester. Since the range is on private property, the address will only be given to those who RSVP – no visiting outside of event times are allowed.   Fun for ALL shooting levels!      Learn shooting techniques from NRA Certified Instructors.      .22LR Pistols and Ammo provided by the host or bring your own guns and ammo.     Read More >

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NRA-ILA | Ohio: Employer Parking Lot Legislation Circulating Legislature

Posted May 30, 2015 by adminno-weapons-on-property

Currently, Senator Joe Uecker (R-14) is circulating a memo for co-sponsorship that would allow an employee to store a firearm in their locked vehicle without fear of employer retribution. Throughout the country, many employers have adopted “No Firearms” policies that extend beyond the physical workplace to include employee parking lots – areas often accessible to the general public and not secure. In order to comply with these policies, many employees must choose between protecting themselves during their commutes and being subject to termination by their employer. This legislation would correct that problem by prohibiting employers from establishing, maintaining or enforcing such a misguided policy. Nineteen other states have enacted similar laws including neighboring Kentucky. The fundamental right to self-defense should not stop simply because you park your car in a publicly accessible parking lot owned by your employer. When companies invite employees to park on their property, they should not Read More >