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Did you know that August is National Shooting Sports month?
To celebrate, New Mexico Shooting Sports Association is hosting a shoot on August 31st and you’re invited! At Founder’s Ranch, all NMSSA members and supporters are invited to join us as we celebrate the shooting sports and practice our Second Amendment rights!
This is the perfect time to celebrate freedom with friends and like-minded New Mexicans! To RSVP, email me back here at President@NMSSA.org and we will reserve your spot. Act today because space is limited. 

Send this along to your friends and fellow 2A supporters!

See you soon!
Zac Fort
President, NMSSA

You know how one web page can lead to another,

and the next thing you know, you are reading about the Red Flag law.  When asked about the Red Flag Law on Quora, this response was given:

Kai Herrmann
Kai Herrmann, Gun and freedom enthusiast.

Game Commission to meet August 22 in Santa Fe

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New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
Public contact, Information Center: (888) 248-6866
Media contact, Tristanna Bickford: (505) 476-8027
tristanna.bickford@state.nm.us

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE, AUGUST 9, 2019:

Game Commission to meet August 22 in Santa Fe

SANTA FE – The New Mexico State Game Commission will meet Thursday, August 22, in Santa Fe to present the Department’s Fiscal Year 2021 budget and to continue discussions on the Bear and Cougar Rule.

The meeting will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the New Mexico State Capitol, Room 317, located at 490 Old Santa Fe Trail, in Santa Fe.

Other agenda items include:

  • Initial Discussion of the Fair Chase Rule
  • Initial Discussion of the Trapping Rule
  • Presentation of the E-Tagging Mobile Application

The full agenda and other information are available on the Department of Game and Fish website.

The New Mexico State Game Commission meeting will be available to view via a live webcast on the Department’s website. The webcast can be accessed by clicking here. Webcast participants can listen to the meeting using a desktop computer or mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.

Comments will only be allowed at the Commission Chair’s discretion and commenting is only available in person. A recording will be available after the meeting at the above link.

The State Game Commission is composed of seven members who represent the state’s diverse interests in wildlife-associated recreation and conservation. Members are appointed by the governor and confirmed by the state Senate. Current members are chairwoman Joanna Prukop, vice chairwoman Roberta Salazar-Henry, Jimmy Bates, Gail Cramer, Tirzio Lopez, David Soules and Jeremy Vesbach.

If you are an individual with a disability who is in need of a reader, amplifier, qualified sign language interpreter or any other form of auxiliary aid or service to attend or participate in the meeting, please contact Tristanna Bickford, (505) 476-8027. Public documents, including the agenda and minutes, can be provided in various accessible forms.

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URGENT: Threat of a Special Session

NMSSA Legislative Update

Have you seen the latest news from Santa Fe? Click here for the ABQ Journal story!

Speaker Brian Egolf and Governor Lujan Grisham are threatening a special legislative session to address “terrorism” and likely extreme gun control legislation. We need to stay vigilante, but first, sign the petition and tell the Speaker and Governor NO, we do not support your special session!

Sign the petition and Stand for the Second Amendment! 

Onward,
Zac Fort
President, NMSSA

 

Join us for an NRA-ILA Grassroots Meeting at Founders Ranch

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Your NRA-ILA would like to invite you to our Grassroots Meeting scheduled for Sunday, August 11, at 6PM. Come meet your NRA-ILA New Mexico team to find out how you can get more involved in our on the ground efforts in New Mexico, what happened in regards to legislation this past session, and what you can do to help fight back. Space is limited, so be sure to click on the RSVP button below to let us know if you can come!

When:
Sunday, August 11 at 6PM

Where:
Founders Ranch
74 Barton Rd.
Edgewood, NM 87015

If you would like to know more information about this and other events, or would like to find out more information about volunteer opportunities for NRA-ILA in New Mexico, contact me at amanda@nrailafrontlines.com or call (703) 943-6566.

Yours in freedom,

Amanda Sanders

NRA-ILA Grassroots Field Coordinator (CO, NM, NV, AZ)
amanda@nrailafrontlines.com
(703) 943-6566
http://www.nrailafrontlines.com/

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Do not buy Levi jeans, not only are they made in China, but the CEO hates guns!

Think Tank Poll Finds that Levi-Strauss’ Anti-Gun Corporate Activism Likely Hurts Bottom Line

Levi’s CEO Chip Bergh bravely took a stance against the “gun violence epidemic.” It may have cost his company big time. (Photo: Levi Strauss)

Levi-Strauss CEO Chip Bergh bravely took a stand against the Second Amendment last year when he announced his company’s partnership with Everytown for Gun Safety as well as its monetary support for anti-gun student activists. This year, he’s doubling down on that stance even after being presented with evidence that his activism could hurt his company’s bottom line.

The conservative think tank National Center for Public Policy Research funded a poll asking Americans their view on the jeans company before and after learning about Bergh’s support for curbing Second Amendment rights. The poll found that support for Levi-Strauss dropped over 20 percent after respondents learned that the company supports bans on certain weapons, surveillance of gun purchases by credit card companies, and restricting Second Amendment rights based on age.

“Levi’s is putting itself at risk of becoming a niche brand of the political left, like Smart cars and Boca Burgers,” saidNational Center Vice President David W. Almasi. “When consumers discover that Levi’s supports efforts aimed at restricting their Second Amendment right to own and use guns safely and legally, our polling suggests they are less likely to buy Levi’s products. The company only made this risk greater today by putting politics ahead of pants.”

SEE ALSO: CEOs of Dick’s, TOMS, Levi’s and RXR Realty Push Gun Control in Open Letter

Almasi presented the poll’s findings at the most recent Levi-Strauss shareholder meeting, asking Bergh, “Is it wise to alienate core constituencies – like Midwesterners and Gen-Xers and even Millennials – by adopting political causes? Why can’t you simply remain neutral and just make clothing?”

Bergh responded by digging in his heels.

“With all due respect, that’s not the kind of company we are,” he told Almasi. “We’re a company that’s proud to take stands on the important social issues of our time. With all due respect to all your research and surveys, what I can tell you is that after we’ve taken these stands, our business has grown.”

Bergh might be banking on young student activists to keep his company afloat, but it isn’t just Baby Boomers who take issue with Levi-Strauss’s anti-gun stance. According to the survey, company favorability among both Millennials and Gen-Xers fell by 20 points once they learned about Bergh’s activism.

  • An overall 89% total favorability rating for Levi’s, Dockers and Denizen clothing fell to 63% after those surveyed learned of Levi’s involvement in anti-Second Amendment activism.
  • The downturn in Levi’s popularity crossed all income and education levels, resulting in more than a 20-point drop among Millennials and Gen-Xers and more than a 30-point drop among Baby Boomers.
  • Upon learning of Levi’s opposition to gun rights and its participation in and funding of anti-gun activism, 63% of overall respondents said they were less likely to purchase Levi’s products. This included 71% of Millennials and 75% of those living in the Midwest.

Levi-Strauss’s corporate activism is unfortunately not unique. Especially since the Parkland massacre, several massive companies have come out against the laws that currently regulate gun ownership and use, including WalmartBank of AmericaShopify, and Dick’s Sporting Goods.

*****************There is a partial list of companies to stop doing business with.  Add Citibank to that list as well.

Bear and cougar rule changes topic of public meetings

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New Mexico Department of Game and Fish
Public contact, Information Center: (888) 248-6866
Media contact, Tristanna Bickford: (505) 476-8027
tristanna.bickford@state.nm.us

Bear and cougar rule changes topic of public meetings

SANTA FE –The Department of Game and Fish is seeking public comment on proposed revisions to the bear and cougar rule.

To gather public comments, four public meetings will be conducted:

  • Raton: 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. August 7 at the Department of Game and Fish office, 215 York Canyon Road
  • Albuquerque: 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. August 13 at the Department of Game and Fish office, 7816 Alamo Road, NW
  • Las Cruces: 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. August 15 at the Department of Game and Fish office, 2715 Northrise Drive
  • Roswell: 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. August 16 at the Department of Game and Fish office, 1615 West College Boulevard

The proposals will be available on the Department’s website in late July, prior to the public meetings. Comments on the proposed changes can be provided by mail: New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, Attn: Bear and Cougar Rule Development, P.O. Box 25112, Santa Fe, NM 87504; by email to DGF-Bear-Cougar-Rules@state.nm.us  or in person at one of the meetings listed above.

ATF FFL Alert — FFL Theft – Bernalillo County – New Mexico

FBI’s NICS Firearm Background Checks in 2019 Hit 2-Million Mark for 6 Straight Months

FBI’s NICS Firearm Background Checks in 2019 Hit 2-Million Mark for 6 Straight Months

Record numbers of Americans are seeking to purchase firearms in transactions using the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS), launched by the FBI in 1998.

NICS is used by Federal Firearms Licensees (FFLs) to instantly determine whether a prospective buyer is eligible to buy firearms. Before ringing up the sale, cashiers call in a check to the FBI or to other designated agencies to ensure that each customer does not have a criminal record or isn’t otherwise ineligible to make a purchase. According to the FBI, over 230 million such checks have been made, leading to more than 1.3 million denials.

Thus far, 2019 is the first year in which NICS firearm background checks have surpassed 2 million every month from January through June, since the NICS database was created.

According to news reports: “The number of background checks in the NICS system has been generally increasing for the life of the system. There are many reasons for this. The general population has been increasing. The number of guns being sold per capita has increased, especially when there have been political threats of gun bans and increased restrictions on gun buying and gun ownership.”

ATF FFL Alert — FFL Burglary – Sandoval County – New Mexico

This is an important message from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. A Federal firearms licensee in Sandoval County, New Mexico has experienced a burglary that resulted in the theft of firearms. Please ensure the security of both your inventory and property and report all suspicious persons or activity to your local police department. Additionally, notify ATF at 888-930-9275 if you find any of your firearms missing, lost or stolen.

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This means that there will be guns working there way to gang members or they will surface for resale.  Either way, watch out for anything suspicious.