Save the Second was organized for a very limited purpose.
To build a stronger, healthier National Rifle Association.
Five discrete goals
- Smaller Board
- Term Limits
- Director Attendance
- Member Engagement
- Exclusive 2A Focus
Save The Second
383 Corona Street Suite 505
Denver, CO 80218
Rally for our Rights
Rally for our Rights is a diverse group of citizen activists dedicated to supporting the right to keep and bear arms
- April 8, 2018 – It began at a Second Amendment rally in Loveland, CO
- a non-partisan grassroots organization
- steering committee consists of a diverse cross-section of gun owners – including college students, young parents, business owners, and seasoned political activists.
- April 21st, 2018 – Boulder, CO
- May 5th, 2018 – Fort Collins, CO
EmPOWERed seeks to educate and train female students in the art of self-defense and equip them with the skills to advocate for their second amendment and self-defense rights both on and off campus.
Through outdoor adventures, our goal is to help heal wounds modern medicine cannot.
- a 501(c)3 military outreach program
- taking: select active duty and combat veterans, families of fallen heroes, children of the deployed, as well as those wounded or injured, on outdoor adventures
- honors individuals from all branches of the military
- proud to show our gratitude to the wounded. Many servicemen and servicewomen may not have the same emotional or physical abilities as when they joined the service
- 10,243+ adventures
Colorado, Wyoming, Texas
- 1999 founded by Richard M. Fitzpatrick in Colorado
- 2000: Magpul 7.62 and Magpul 9mm introduced
- 2002: First official military order
- 2005: PRS stock
- 2007: The PMAG 30 introduced
- 2007 Masada Adaptive Combat Rifle are introduced
- 2008: Magpul PDR concept, FMG9, and Magpul Massoud introduced
- 2013 Colorado House Bill 13-1224
– limits on magazine capacities
- 2014 moved production, distribution and shipping operations to Cheyenne, Wyoming
- 2014 corporate headquarters to Austin, Texas
Amateur Sports Act of 1978
1978 – the National Governing Body for shooting at the time established National Teams and National Development Teams, a national coaching staff, year-round training programs, and a main training site for Olympic shooting sports.
- April 1995, USA Shooting was formed
- 1995 USA Shooting became the full-time National Governing Body for the international shooting sports in the United States
National Governing Body for Olympic-type shooting in the USA including international rifle, international pistol, international shotgun and running target. They host the USA Shooting National Championships, the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships, U.S. Shooting Team Trials and Preliminary Tryouts
Rocky Mountain Bighorn Society
formed in 1975
to promote the science-based management of the bighorn sheep, educate the public about their life and habitat, and assure the sportsman’s rights in proper opportunities
Rocky Mountain Bighorn Society
– 1996 founded (and executive director) of Rocky Mountain Gun Owners
– president National Association of Gun Rights NAGR
– 2014 NAGR Revenue $12,451,900