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Nevadans' Second Amendment Rights are at Risk in 2016!

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Nevadans' Second Amendment Rights are at Risk in 2016!

Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has committed more than 50 million dollars to fund anti-gun efforts across the country, including right here in Nevada by placing his 2016 Gun Control Initiative on the November ballot. His anti-gun front groups are already spending millions of dollars across the state in an effort to restrict our rights, which is why we have to act now!

Click here to sign our pledge to oppose the Bloomberg Gun Control Initiative and send a clear message to Bloomberg that his New York City policies are not welcome in the Battle Born State!


The Bloomberg Gun Control Initiative does nothing to stop criminals or address the broken mental health system, but rather creates a massive regulatory scheme that disproportionately impacts law-abiding gun owners. Individuals would be required to appear before a gun dealer to request a criminal background check prior to privately transferring a firearm, absent limited exceptions. Transfers include sales, gifts, loans, and leases. Failure to comply with this mandate each and every time you transfer or loan a firearm could result in stiff penalties and possible loss of an individual's Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

The NRA-ILA is actively spreading the word and educating the public about the true intent behind the Bloomberg Gun Control Initiative, but we need your help! Add your name to the list of Nevadans that oppose Bloomberg’s restrictive NYC policies, and then forward this email to your friends, family, and fellow gun owners to encourage them to do the same. With your help, we can send Bloomberg packing in 2016!

Latest News

Nevada Bloomberg: Spotlight  

Saturday, September 1, 2018

Sneak Attack on Washington State

Did you know the Winchester 1903, a .22-caliber rifle that has a 10-round tube magazine, is a “semi-automatic ...

Associated Press  

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Nevada judge: State can't enforce 2016 anti-gun measure external link

Proponents should have known the measure "would be contingent upon the FBI's approval" for the federal agency to take over criminal background checks during private sales of firearms, Clark County District Court Judge Joe Hardy ...

Las Vegas Sun  

Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Judge mulls Nevada gun buyer screening law passed in 2016 external link

It's not up to a state judge to tell the governor to enact a flawed gun buyer screening law that voters approved nearly 18 months ago, a top state government lawyer said Tuesday. "They're asking ...

Associated Press  

Monday, January 8, 2018

Governor, AG Call Nevada Gun Background Checks Law Defective external link

Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval and state Attorney General Adam Laxalt are telling a judge that a strict gun background-check ballot measure that voters passed in November 2016 was defective as written and can't be enforced.

Las Vegas Review-Journal  

Friday, December 1, 2017

Nevada: Background check supporters, like Wolfson, still refuse to admit Question 1 mistake external link

Question 1 was the 2016 ballot initiative that requires background checks on private party sales. Despite supporters spending almost $20 million, voters only narrowly approved it last November. The organizers of the effort should have ...

Elko Daily Press  

Thursday, October 26, 2017

Nevada: Gun law backers too wily for their own good external link

The initiative backers — in order to avoid having a fiscal note saying what the mandatory background checks would cost taxpayers, something that might cost votes — wrote the new law to say that those ...

Las Vegas Review Journal  

Monday, October 23, 2017

Attorney General Adam Laxalt: Nevada’s Question 1 wouldn’t have stopped Las Vegas Strip attacker external link

The horrific massacre in Las Vegas was one of the worst displays of violence our state and our nation have ever seen. Yet as we continue to deal with the shock and the grief of ...

Nevada Bloomberg: Spotlight  

Friday, July 28, 2017

Poll Shocker: “Overwhelming” Support for More Background Checks is Actually Rather Underwhelming

Lacking evidence that gun control restrictions reduce crime or enhance public safety, proponents of such measures seek to ...

Nevada Bloomberg: Spotlight  

Friday, July 21, 2017

Home Alone in Washington State

Back in 2013, when Washington State’s anti-gun groups rolled out Initiative 594, they promised voters this “universal background ...

Reno Gazette-Journal  

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Gun-control groups try to undermine Nevada Attorney General Laxalt external link

The ill-conceived Question 1 ballot initiative was doomed from the start. That’s because it was poorly written by out-of-state gun control groups that clearly did not understand Nevada's existing firearms background check system. Now those ...

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