Dear Fellow Patriot,

Only the most rabidly anti-gun states like Illinois, New Jersey and New York have permits requiring law-abiding citizens to “ask permission” before they buy a handgun for self-defense.

Sadly, Michigan is among them, with a Permit to Purchase system that is de facto gun registration.

And as I’m sure you know, gun registration is the first step to outright CONFISCATION.

That’s why I want to stop this head on by calling on our legislators to repeal the Permit to Purchase -- COMPLETELY.

By doing so we’ll not only be reclaiming our firearm and privacy rights, but we’ll also be dealing a major blow to any gun control efforts Bloomberg is scheming up.

So please, sign your petition to repeal the Permit to Purchase and let your legislators know that we are tired of the anti-gun laws in Michigan.

For freedom,

Brenden Boudreau

Executive Director

Great Lakes Gun Rights

 

PETITION TO PASS PERMIT TO PURCHASE IN MICHIGAN

TO MY STATE REPRESENTATIVE AND STATE SENATOR

Whereas: The Constitution of the United States and the Michigan State  Constitution clearly state that citizens have the right to keep  and bear arms; and,
Whereas: Michigan’s Permit to Purchase requirement is an undue  burden on the right to keep and bear arms as well as de  facto handgun registration; and,
Whereas: Only the most anti-gun states like Illinois, New York, and  New Jersey have permitting systems requiring law-abiding  citizens to ask permission before buying a handgun for self-  defense; and,
Whereas: We know that the registration of firearms and firearm owners  is the first step toward outright confiscation.
Therefore: I respectfully urge you to publicly support the repeal of  Michigan’s Permit to Purchase scheme. Great Lakes Gun  Rights will keep me informed of your stance on the issue.

 



 

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