Shooters Committee on Political Education
All but two Upstate Counties have passed resolutions opposing the SAFE Act.
Will Albany listen?
The Governor has to see the anger and frustration being demonstrated by these counties!
It is becoming obvious that he just doesn't seem to care.
This Map shows the New York Counties that have passed resolutions putting the Governor on notice:
Cuomo keeps quoting some poll showing the majority of New Yorkers in favor of trampling gun owner’s civil rights.
The Counties are passing these resolutions because the people at the grass roots level are demanding it. The people at these grass roots level are tired of the bullying, the lies and the innuendos being cast upon them by agenda driven groups and individuals.
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Who are your elected officials?
The Shooter’s Committee on Political Education was founded in 1965 by a group of firearms owners in western New York. SCOPE is a civil rights organization focused on the protection and preservation of the right of firearms ownership as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States.
It does not align itself with any political party nor does it endorse any candidates for elective office. Our function is to counter assaults on the right of firearms ownership. This entails providing legislators and executives with timely and accurate information to support sound decisions.
SCOPE’s purpose is to maintain the right of individuals to own and use firearms for lawful purposes. Inform members about antigun/gun owner legislation.
Stop antigun/gun owner legislation in New York State. Educate the public on the positive aspects of firearm ownership, and their Second Amendment rights.
SCOPE is a New York State Not For Profit Volunteer Organization dedicated to the preservation of the Second Amendment Rights for New York Citizens.
SCOPE will oppose, with all its resources, any proposal that is not based on sound technical grounds or that infringes on the rights of firearms owners for the purpose of promoting a political philosophy, advancing a social theory, or as an emotional response and is not based on clear Constitutional grounds.