Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Warning!!! Vermont Public Hearing on Guns in Vermont in the State House on January 30!



WARNING!!!! 
VT SPORTSMEN & SPORTSWOMEN
PUBLIC HEARING ON GUNS IN VERMONT
Where:  Vermont State House, Montpelier
When:  Tuesday, January 30th, 5:30PM to 7:30PM
What:   Vermont Sportspersons Filling the State House
 
HELP US TELL OUR LEGISLATORS:
NO NEW GUNS LAWS IN VT
 
 
 
WHY OPPOSING THE PROPOSED GUN CONTROL LEGISLATION IS NECESSARY
Vermont's Gun Control lobby is telling our legislators that the population of Vermont has changed; that your rights and values are no longer relevant  A few legislators seem to believe this and need to be convinced otherwise.  They say that Sportspeople are not willing to stand up and protect your rights, and that you will not oppose their laundry list of New York City style gun control.  They say 2018 is the year for Vermont to enact big city gun control restrictions and that you will sit back and not object.  Beyond that:  Gun control advocates in Vermont are using several state legislators to once again call for passing numerous types of gun control laws, and are considering laws that effect other sporting activities.
 
EVENT AGENDA
4:30pm sign up to speak before the legislative panel to tell them "No New Gun Laws"
5:30pm to 7:30pm public hearing on enacting gun control laws in Vermont

FACTS ON GUNS IN VERMONT
§  Vermont IS NOT a major source of firearms to MA, NY or New England
§  Criminals do not obey laws, blaming crime on honest citizens by passing ineffective and senseless laws and restrictions will cost those good citizens lost time and money
  
Wear Orange, Be Polite & Respectful, but let us FILL OUR STATE HOUSE!
Mark Your Calendars, Further Details Will Be Forthcoming
 
 
Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs, Inc.
Proudly Serving Vermont Since 1875
 

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Vermont Federation is a party to an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court of the United States

The Vermont Federation is a party to an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court of the United States filed this morning.

 

The Federation previously joined in amicus briefs to the SCOTUS briefs in Heller v. District of Columbia and McDonald v. City of Chicago.