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Violence has erupted in cities throughout the country and politicians are either looking the other way or encouraging this violence, even heeding calls to “Defund the Police.” As a result, new gun sales have skyrocketed. The NRA recently reported that there are over 2,000,000 new gun owners in the USA in just the first half of 2020! For those of us who support the Second Amendment and are experienced and trained gun owners, we view this news with caution. On the one hand, it’s great that potentially so many more Americans will hopefully gain an appreciation for their Second Amendment rights. On the other hand, there are now a lot of new people with guns who may lack training and knowledge about the use of lethal weapons: not a good combination.
Speaker Debbie Block, owner of Reno Guns and Range, which is a state-of-the-art gun store, training facility, and gun range right here in Reno, can help solve this dilemma. Interestingly, Debbie wasn’t introduced to firearms until 2008, and to this day does not characterize herself as a gun expert. But around 2014, Debbie assembled a team of gun experts who had the vision of bringing a safe environment with quality training to the region. It was important to Debbie to bring a facility to our community that was comfortable, would support and empower women, children, and inexperienced shooters, as well as provide the experienced shooter with features second to none.
On Tuesday, August 25, you’re going to have an opportunity to talk directly with Debbie about gun ownership. Among the topics we will cover will be:
-Why did you decide to get into the gun business?
-For the first time gun owner – where to start, weapons selection, training, what else do you need?
-Safety mindset, responsibility, having an evolving plan.
-When, where & with whom to start a plan. Dealing with the fear of a plan.
-How young can children start learning to shoot?
-Should you get a CCW permit (concealed carry)?
-Do you need to register your gun?
-Can you use your partner’s gun? Can you buy your neighbor’s gun?
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Free Webinar: Should Nevada Gun Owners Be Worried about their Second Amendment Rights?
Speaker Randi Thompson is a native of Reno who has been active in Nevada politics since 1978. She has her own Public Relations and Government Affairs consulting firm and has been a lobbyist for the Nevada Firearms Coalition since 2013. In 2017, she was awarded the Nevada Firearms Coalition’s “President’s Award” for her efforts at the Nevada Legislature and in working with the media to expand awareness of the Coalition. In 2019, she was given the “Hero of Freedom” award from the Nevada Policy Research Institute for her work to fight for conservative causes.
Randi knows what the threats are and how they are being implemented, often behind our backs. Most importantly, she can tell us what we can do to stop these threats to our constitutional rights.
This 100% online event will be held on Wednesday, June 17 at 5pm. This workshop will discuss why the Second Amendment is important for women, and why more women should support their right to bear arms. Our guest presenters are ladies from various backgrounds, some are competitive shooters, and volunteer leaders with NRA-ILA Grassroots. Click on the link below to register for this virtual event.
Free Firearms Webinar “Gun Owners: What Is Your Defensive Mindset?”
Tuesday, June 2, 2020 1:00pm
You may own a handgun, or even a shotgun, to protect yourself in the event your life was being threatened. But how confident are you that you would respond appropriately when you come face-to-face with an attacker(s) intent on killing you and/or your family? Jay Hawkins is a Police Officer, Army Veteran, and an educator of recruits, active duty police officers as well private citizens in many different disciplines, including Defensive Tactics, Less Lethal, Taser, and Firearms.
Now throught June 16th Various time slots available
Washoe County Voter Registrar Office 1001 E. 9th Street Building A
There is an immediate need for Poll Watchers. This volunteer position consists of watching the ballots being placed and/or turned in at the Washoe County Voter Registrar Office, 1001 E. 9th Street, Building A. You can sign up for as many, or as few time slots as you please.