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Join us for today's Gun Rally at the Capitol!

Today is the day gun owners have been waiting for. We hope that you will join us at the rally later on today as we gather to support the Castle Doctrine and removing the Residency Requirement for Constitutional Carry.  We will be meeting at the Center on the Grove at 3:00 and then marching to the Capitol for speeches from our guest speakers.  It will be a little chilly out

Gun Rally at the Capitol Tomorrow!

Tomorrow is the big day! Once again, Idaho gun owners will march in support of gun rights expansion in Idaho. We will be marching to support the Castle Doctrine in Idaho as well as removing the residency requirement for Constitutional Carry. Details on the rally below. Last year over 1,000 Idaho gun owners marched in support of Constitutional Carry. After 4 long years of that battle, we finally prevailed. No

Emergency Notice: Protest Tomorrow Morning

They are doing it again! We have just been informed that a gun bill will be introduced tomorrow (February 1st) at 9:30 a.m. The bill is being carried by Rep. Don Cheatham (Republican-District 3). The bill he is putting forward will give military members, who are not-residents, the ability to carry handguns concealed inside city limits. The Idaho Second Amendment Alliance is NOT opposed to that concept but it doesn’t

Urgent Call to Action!

They’re at it again! As I write this, powerful members of the Idaho House are doing everything they can to stall pro-gun bills. Rep. Karey Hanks — Republican-District 35 — is seeking to expand Constitutional Carry to all law-abiding citizens 21 and over. Rep. Hanks needs your immediate support and we’ll tell you how in just a second. As a reminder, Constitutional Carry was passed just last year. That means

Two Gun Bills Filed

Yesterday, two gun bills were filed in the Idaho legislature that gun owners will be excited about! The session is only in its 2nd week and we are already on the move. It’s time for you to stand and fight with us. We’ll tell you how in a few minutes. First, we want to tell you about the two bills that were filed. The biggest bill, and the one we