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The 25 most popular gun rights stories of 2009

We publish a lot of stories that are read by a lot of people. Over the past year, more than 410,000 separate individuals visited this site from the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Ireland, France, India, and 163 other countries looking for information about guns and gun rights. And our authors served up well over 550 original articles, an average of 11 new articles every...

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Success in any political battle requires "spreading the word," aggressively and relentlessly. This is especially true with gun rights. To win hearts and minds, to get pro-gun candidates elected, and to assure good gun laws are passed and bad gun laws are defeated, we must get our message out to as many people as possible.

Buckeye Firearms Foundation and USCCA file brief in U.S. Supreme Court case

Buckeye Firearms Foundation (BFF) has teamed up with the United States Concealed Carry Association (USCCA) to file a "friend of the court" brief in the McDonald v. Chicago United States Supreme Court case on gun rights. Click here to download the brief as a pdf. The brief, filed on Monday, November 23, 2009, on behalf of the petitioners, is known as a "Brandeis Brief." While traditional briefs...

Will Ted Strickland choose Buckeye Firearms Assoc. endorsee as 2010 running mate?

By Chad D. Baus The Cleveland Plain Dealer is reporting on a list of potential running mates for Governor Ted Strickland in his 2010 re-election bid. While Strickland has lived up to his billing as a staunch pro-gun Democrat during his first term in office, the same could never have been said of Lt. Gov Lee Fisher, who is running for the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senate. Strickland's choice...

Firearms Forum airs last radio show

By Jim Irvine It is with sadness that I report that November 15, 2009 will be the last Firearms Forum show on WHK, AM 1420. It has been a tremendous experience and I thank all who have listened, called, or sent email about the show. Through the show I have been able to meet many patriots dedicated to protect and restore our Second Amendment right. I will be joined on the final show by John Benner...

Second Amendment fundraising drive a success!

Not long ago Buckeye Firearms Foundation challenged our supporters to help us raise $30,000 so we could defend gun-rights at the Supreme Court. As usual, gun owners from Ohio, from across the United States and even from around the world didn't disappoint and we are now thrilled to announce that we've achieved our goal. In fact, we exceed our goal and are still receiving donations.

Buckeye Firearms Assoc. Region Leader Collin Rink discusses mass murder in no-guns zones on 700WLW

On November 6, 2009 Buckeye Firearms Association Region Leader Collin Rink appeared as a guest on 700AM WLW's "The Scott Sloan Show" radio program. The radio station broadcasts from Cincinnati. Rink discussed the tragic occurrences of more multiple victim public shootings in a place where guns are banned with host Scott Sloan. Click here to listen to the 20 minute discussion via streaming audio.


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