Ken Hanson

1970 – Aug 4, 2019

  • Former assistant prosecuting attorney, and former public defender
  • Held a Type 01 FFL
  • NRA Certified Instructor
  • frequent lecturer
  • consultant on political campaigns for sportsmen issues
  • Firestone Brehm Hanson & Wolf
  • 2005 — co-founder of Buckeye Firearms Association
  • 2005 – Legislative Chair Buckeye Firearms Association
  • 2008 Defender of Justice Award 
  • 2009 Jay M. Littlefield NRA-ILA Volunteer of the Year Award 
  • 2011 Ohio Guide to Firearm Laws
  • Published in USCCA Magazine 
  • Published in  SWAT Magazine
  • 2016 Defender of Justice Lifetime Achievement Award
  • 2016 BFA Political Action Committee’s Second Amendment Legendary Award

Tiffany Johnson

  • Practicing attorney and legal research consultant.
  • Blogger –
  • Handgun instructor credentials from the State of Tennessee
  • Handgun instructor credentials from the State of Mississippi
  • Handgun Instructor National Rifle Association
  • Handgun instructor Rangemaster (Advanced Instructor Certification)

Lara Smith

  • Author at The Liberal Gun Club
  • Lawyer in the San Francisco Bay Area
  • Vice President of the Liberal Gun Club, California Chapter
  • member of the DC Project – California
  • Girl and a Gun in the San Francisco Bay area chapter
  • amateur competitor in shotgun and rimfire

The Daily Bullet – Lara Smith – The Liberal Gun Club
Dec 28, 2020

Liberal Gun Club

  • 2008 – Created
  • 501c4 non-profit.
  • Has a pro-Second Amendment position on gun ownership

Lara at the 2019 Gun Rights Policy Conference

Marty Hayes

  • 1990 – Director Firearms Academy of Seattle, Inc
  • 1994 – created the FAS Tactical Training Range
  • holds a law degree
  • 2008 – created The Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network
  • Instructor for the Massad Ayoob Group
  • Author at S.W.A.T. Magazine

F•A•S – The Firearms Academy of Seattle, Inc.

At The Firearms Academy of Seattle, Inc. we believe safety begins with the individual. A career law enforcement officer, Director Marty Hayes

Dave Kopel

– January 7, 1960
–  2008 appeared before the U.S. Supreme Court .presenting the oral argument in District of Columbia v. Heller
– His Heller amicus brief was cited four times in the Court’s Heller opinions
– His brief in McDonald v. Chicago (2010) was cited by Justice Alito’s plurality opinion, and twice by Justice – Stevens’ dissent