Join me at the Second Amendment Foundation's 26th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) in Chicago this weekend!
by Jim Irvine
For those that have not already made plans to attend our sold out Dave Grossman event this weekend, I highly recommend a trip to Chicago for the Second Amendment Foundation's 26th annual Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC). The event is free and will be held at the airport Hyatt at the Chicago O'Hare airport.
This year's speakers include:
- Mark Walters of Armed American Radio
- Alan Gottlieb of the Second Amendment Foundation
- Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America
- Sandra Froman, past president of the NRA
- Massad Ayoob, Lethal Force Institute
- Alan Korwin, Bluefield press and Page Nine
- Alan Gura, lead attorney in Heller and McDonald cases
- David Cordrea, National Gun Rights Examiner columnist
- Dave Workman, Gun Week
- David Kopel, Esq., Research Director, Independence Institute
- Tom Gresham, host of Gun Talk
- Jim Irvine, Buckeye Firearms Association
For a complete list of speakers and the agenda for the weekend, click here:
Not only is this a free event, but you will also be handed over $100 worth of books and other material just for showing up. You can still pre-register for the event here:
or just show up and register at the event. They even provide a free lunch.
Don't just read about firearms events as filtered through the anti-gun media, come listen to the people who make the news tell their story first hand. Also get a preview of what stories you will be hearing about in the year ahead from the people who are working at local, state, and national levels to defend and restore your firearms rights.
I have attended multiple GRPC conferences, and everyone has provided valuable knowledge and professional relationships. There are not many things that could drag me away from Dave Grossman weekend in Ohio, but the GRPC is simply too important to miss two years in a row. I look forward to meeting some of my fellow patriots there.
Jim Irvine is the Buckeye Firearms Association Chairman.