The firearms community can become quite fractured at times over what many would consider non-issues. I think I speak for everyone here at The Firearm Blog by saying that we always want more people coming under the 2A umbrella and today I think we’re seeing a bit more of that type of attitude from one of the gun industry’s biggest players. Brownells and the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) have announced that Brownells will be joining the FPC’s Constitution Alliance in support of the FPC’s legal action and advocacy programs which are geared towards protecting and supporting the 2nd Amendment rights of Americans.
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Brownells Joins the Firearms Policy Coalition Constitution Alliance
It is an honor to have earned the support of Pete Brownell and the Brownells family,” said FPC president, Brandon Combs. “Brownells is not only a world-class supplier of constitutionally protected products, it is an institution in our culture. Because of the generous support of our individual FPC Grassroots Army members and growing family of Constitution Alliance benefactors, like our friends at Brownells, our FPC Team is able to aggressively address important issues and protect individuals’ rights, freedoms, and property without hesitation. FPC will proudly continue to Fight Forward for the People and their rights, liberty, and property.
The Constitution Alliance Program is a way for companies to directly support the FPC in its efforts in litigation, legal action, research, education, and other programs that the FPC starts and supports. The program is open to manufacturers, distributors, and retailers who want to partake in a public stand for and with other Second Amendment supporters. Brownells is just the latest big name to join the Constitution Alliance Program standing among other big names in the firearms industry such as SIG Sauer, Daniel Defense, Silencer Shop, Vortex, Zev Technologies, and Taurus. For more information about the Constitution Alliance Program and other information about the Firearms Policy Coalition, you can visit fiearmspolicy.org.