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From The Desk of Dudley Brown


Mid-Term Election Recap

January 09, 2019

We have a fight on our hands.

The anti-gun Democrats that campaigned in 2018 on gun control, assumed office and want to make their radical views law. With the legislature in full swing, several ANTI-GUN bills could be introduced as early as NEXT WEEK.

The worst part, Governor Jared Polis is leading the charge to take away our rights. He left no doubt by co-sponsoring a Clinton-Feinstein gun ban threatening to revive and expand the so-called “assault weapons ban” in his final days in Congress and I am afraid he is ready to do the same thing right here in Colorado. [Read More]


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RMGO files lawsuit to Overturn Colorado's "Red Flag" Gun Confiscation Law

October 25, 2019

Rocky Mountain Gun Owners has filed with the Denver District Court to overturn the "Red Flag" Gun Confiscation Bill.[Read More]




The Journey: Colorado State Supreme Court hears RMGO’s Standard Capacity Magazine Ban Case

February 07, 2020

Many people across the country believe Virginia is the first state that hysterically anti-gun politicians have focused on in order to launch overreaching gun control measures. That’s not the case. For more than six years, Rocky Mountain Gun Owners, Colorado’s leading gun-rights organization, has been combating the first of its kind Standard Capacity Magazine Ban in the Colorado courts.[Read More]




Stem School Security Guard Saved Many Lives, Will Not be Charged for Possessing a Firearm on School Grounds

January 24, 2020

Reports claim Sundara responded to the shooting by detaining and disarming one of the alleged shooters in a school hallway, "possibly preventing further injury and loss of life," said Lee Richards, spokeswoman for special prosecutor Dan May, who investigated the actions of the guard.[Read More]


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