Fights over gun laws usually unfold in state houses and on Capitol Hill.
But an Inland gun rights political action committee has its sights set more locally.
The Inland Empire Gun Owners PAC works to elect local leaders who share its perspective on the right to bear arms. It also pitches in on lawsuits to stop new gun restrictions and helps people get permits to carry concealed firearms.
The latest tragedy in Colorado again highlights the ineffectiveness and unconstitutionality of gun control. Why should we further limit law-abiding citizens access to the most effective self-defense tool in response to the latest round of horrific attacks?
The #NotMeIE program is a mentor/mentee referral service run by women for women to help them:
Obtain firearms training
Get assistance in choosing and purchasing a firearm
Obtain a CCW
How does the program work?
A potential client can fill out the application for service on our website. Once received, the project manager reviews the application and assigns the client to an Ambassador. An Ambassador then contacts the client to begin the process of walking them through whatever their firearm needs are. After the client has been successfully helped, their case is closed, and the Ambassador is given a new client to work with. Some of our Ambassadors are also NRA certified trainers. They are very knowledgeable in all aspects of firearms training and purchasing. IEGO also offers an online CCW seminar once a month. Check the IEGO website for upcoming dates. If you are an experienced gun owner and are interested in becoming an Ambassador for the #NotMeIE program please reach out to Karla at [email protected]