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Come and Join us at the Combined Shooting Social!
Be around other like minded individuals that believe that the Second Amendment is important.
When? August 15th from 8am to 10am
Where? Route 66 Shooting Sports Park, 15810 Cajon Blvd, San Bernardino, CA 92407
Cost? $20 per person
Monthly Meeting Info!
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Special August Monthly Meeting Activity!
It’s a little early but we wanted to give you sufficient heads up so you can mark your calendars ASAP. We will have our regular monthly meeting in August with all the updates as scheduled. However, the majority of that meeting will be devoted to a special Gunshot Wound Life Savers Workshop presented by Townson Productions.
Join us on Thursday, August 26th at the Redlands Shooting Park. Meeting starts promptly at 6pm and the workshop begins promptly at 6:30pm. Spaces for the workshop are limited so please make sure to RSVP directly with Larry Townson at 951-686-6161. There is a $15/person fee which includes certificate of completion and written instructions. Option to purchase first aid kits on site will also be available. We hope to see you there!
San Bernardino County Gun Owners Recommends “Yes” Vote on Governor Recall
San Bernardino County Gun Owners (SBCGO), a political action committee (PAC) promoting Second Amendment rights, has announced its endorsement for a “YES” vote for the upcoming California gubernatorial recall election.
 
“We are not endorsing a candidate, but we are supporting a yes vote on removing the current governor,” said Schwartz. “We are encouraging everyone to commit to show up to vote and make sure everyone you know does the same.”
 
First-term Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom is the most anti-Second Amendment governor the state has ever endured. Newsom is responsible for the success of Prop 63, which created a poorly run ammunition registration program. Newsom has also signed into law SB 61 which bans adults under 21 from purchasing firearms, AB 879 which requires going through a firearms dealer to buy gun components, AB 1297 which increased fees on carry permits, and AB 893 which bans gun show gatherings at the San Diego-based fairgrounds.   
“Not only has Newsom supported horribly restrictive gun laws, but he has been outwardly hostile towards gun owners with his rhetoric. We need someone who is inclusive when it comes to civil rights; not divisive,” said Schwartz.   
Newsom is facing a recall election after more than 2.1 million signatures were collected on recall petitions from registered California voters. The election is scheduled for Sept. 14, although ballots are expected to arrive in mailboxes to every registered voter starting the week of Aug. 16.
 
Names of more than 40 candidates, both Republicans and Democrats, will appear on a ballot that will ask voters to answer only two questions: First, should Gov. Newsom be removed? And, second, who should replace him? “The second vote will count only if a majority votes ‘yes’ on the first question,” said Michael Schwartz, for SBCGO.
 
“We want to make sure the election options and priorities are clear,” Schwartz said. “Our recommended advice is to avoid focusing on your favorite replacement candidate. Arguing over your preferred replacement candidate won’t get Newsom out of office. The absolute best way to support your candidate is to get more people to vote to recall Newsom.”
 
“Because of low voter turnout, every vote will matter, so get everybody you know to cast a ballot in favor of the recall,” said Schwartz. “I mean everybody, including your favorite shooting buddy, veterinarian, bartender, plumber, Uber driver, neighbor, friend, coworker, and family member. Getting people who hadn’t planned to vote to cast a ballot can actually change the calculus of the race.”
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