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The mission of The Liberal Gun Club is to provide a voice for gun-owning liberals and moderates in the national conversation on gun rights, gun legislation, firearms safety, and shooting sports. We serve as a national forum for all people, irrespective of their personal political beliefs, to discuss firearms ownership, firearms use, and the enjoyment of firearms-related activities free from the destructive elements of political extremism that dominate this subject on the national scale. We also actively develop and foster a variety of programs for the purpose of firearms training and firearms safety education, for both gun owners and non-gun owners.
Thanks for dropping by the home of The Liberal Gun Club. We are a gun owners organization whose main goal is to provide relevant information to firearms owners. We are geared towards typical 'liberals' who also happen to enjoy owning and using firearms; however, our members come from every political ideology - Libertarian, Independent, Democrat, Republican, Green, etc; While we do not have active policy positions, and the national Club is primarily an education and outreach non-profit, we do have some opinions.
While the National Club doesn't do politics, the local chapters are encouraged to leap into the political fray, and some have even formed their own non-profits to do so. Check the forums for more information on that!
In order to encourage fun and safe shooting among liberal gun owners, we want to provide as much information as possible to make choosing, owning, caring for and using a firearm easier.
The Liberal Gun Club is a 501c4 non-profit.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, a buffet of great articles — and not a turkey among them!
Low light shooting isn’t really about shooting
Lots of folks are sticking lights on their carry guns these days without a real understanding of their purpose or their use. The light isn’t supposed to facilitate your shooting; it’s to enable you to search and find a threat. That’s not something that’s efficiently (or safely) done with a WML mounted on your pistol. …
With the recent attack on a church in Texas, in which 26 people were killed and dozens injured, many people are looking for ways to prevent or respond to such attacks. And there are others ready to prey on that need with bad or incomplete information. Everyone, it seems, is suddenly a “Church Security Consultant”.
As a result you can find lots of misguided articles and talk about how to start a “church security team”, focusing — of course — …