Obama's secret order bans nearly 1 million rifles

Did you know that Barack Obama has banned nearly a million American made rifles?

Nearly a million rifles.

Banned by Barack Obama and his anti-gun cronies.

In an executive order the Obama Administration has secretly blocked the re-importation of American made M-1 Garand and Carbine rifles being stored in South Korea.

These rifles were used by the US military during the Korean War and left there after the war was over.

With one stroke of his pen, he bi-passed the legislative process and banned nearly a million American-made rifles by executive fiat.

Make no mistake, these rifles were made in America, by Americans and used by American soldiers to defend freedom on foreign shores.

Now State Department officials claim that these antique, collector rifles could be used to commit crimes.

While the radical anti-gun crowd is giddy with praise for Obama’s latest back-door gun ban, law abiding citizens across the United States are crying foul.

The Obama administration’s state department has said that the “high magazine capacity” of these firearms makes them a dangerous safety concern and that they must be banned to protect us from terrorism.

These outrageous claims are not only incorrect, but they are a thinly veiled attempt to distract from Obama’s special interest payback to the radical anti-gun crowd. This desperate pandering must not be allowed to continue.

That’s why we’ve prepared a petition and video against Obama’s Historic Rifle Ban.

Thank you, in advance, for taking action today!

In Liberty,

Dudley Brown
Executive Director
National Association for Gun Rights

Petition To President Obama,
Majority Leader Reid and Speaker Boehner:

  Whereas:     The M-1 Garand is truly the iconic American rifle that has been in continues production from 1938 through today. It is owned by hunters, sport shooting enthusiasts and collectors across the country. The M-1 Garand is a testament to American ingenuity and craftsmanship, and may well have been the difference between victory and defeat in World War II; and,

  Whereas:      No part of the M-1 Garand has ever been restricted or banned at any time in American history. Civilian ownership of this iconic American rifle has been fully legal from the first day of production in 1938 to the present day; and,

  Whereas:      Banning nearly one million American-made rifles which have always been legal for American citizens to own is blatantly transparent election year pandering at its worst.

  Therefore:     I demand that you rescind your executive order banning the importation of M-1 Garand and Carbine rifles from South Korea, and pledge to support the continued sale and import of these iconic, American made rifles.

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