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ALERT: ODOT notifies Buckeye Firearms Assoc. visitor center "NO GUNS" signs to come down

On October 30, Buckeye Firearms Association was pleased to report that the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) had ordered all NO GUNS signs at state rest stops to be removed . Buckeye Firearms Association has just received word that Chief Legal Counsel Cathy Cola Perkins has confirmed that "the signs will be coming down in the visitor centers as well."

Win the gun debate with a t-shirt

By Dean Rieck Click here to buy this shirt. You can't change people's minds about guns by arguing with them. But you can change their minds with a t-shirt. How? Read on. Take a moment to think about how you came to believe what you do about guns. Did someone confront you? Did a gun enthusiast get in your face and scream facts and statistics until you were forced to concede? I am a marketing...

Buckeye Firearms Assoc. files 2008 pre-general campaign finance report

By Jim Irvine State law requires all political action committees to file regular reports on where their money comes from and how it is spent. This information becomes public record and is available to you online. Buckeye Firearms Associations has a full disclosure policy on our finances. We want you to know how frugal and careful we are with your donations. In keeping with our commitment to keep...

2008 Election Results: Second Amendment impact

2008 has been a unique year in the history of this political action committee. Term limits are forcing many of our friends out of the state legislature. Many races had no incumbent and were in competitive districts where either candidate had a good chance to win. Following are links to election results in races involving our 2008 General Election Endorsements, along with analysis.

ALERT: ODOT notifies Buckeye Firearms Assoc. rest stop “NO GUNS” signs to come down

Buckeye Firearms Association has just received word from the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) that the NO GUNS signs at state rest stops have been ordered removed. In the telephone call to Buckeye Firearms Association Leader and NRA Election Volunteer Coordinator Rick Jones, ODOT stated that their legal department has confirmed with multiple state departments that the signs are to be...

Buckeye Firearms Assoc. ramps up response to Ohio Democrats' anti-gun attack with hard-hitting mailer

Last week, Buckeye Firearms Association exposed Chairman Chris Redfern and the Ohio Democratic Party financing of two deceptive anti-gun mailers attacking State Representative Ross McGregor's vote for Ohio's Castle Doctrine bill, SB184. We pointed out that 75 percent of the Ohio General Assembly voted in favor of this law, which ensures Ohioans' right to defend themselves and their children from...


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