Send a Message to a Carpet-Bagging RINO - Granite Grok

Send a Message to a Carpet-Bagging RINO

 You can win this rifle merely by “showing up”
 WHEN:         THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 2013  TIME:           5:30 pm  LOCATION:   HUNT MEMORIAL BUILDING 6 Main Street, Nashua, NH 03060

MASTER OF CEREMONIES: Rick Olson from Granite Grok

SPEAKERS: Garret Lear, the Patriot Pastor, Jenn Coffey, Second Amendment Sisters, Attorney Jon Evans, NHFC, GONH, and others…


and, MOST IMPORTANTLY…winner MUST be eligible to receive a NON-MASSACHUSETTS COMPLIANT AR-15 RIFLE. That’s right, this firearm CANNOT BE SOLD OR TRANSFERRED to a RESIDENT of Massachusetts or ANY OTHER state that restricts the size of magazines or the features on a firearm such as flash suppressors and collapsible stocks. We only raffle off guns that have the features Massachusetts based politicians like Scott Brown would prohibit if given the opportunity. The firearm will be transferred by Riley’s in FULL COMPLIANCE with (THIS) state’s and federal laws.

 The New Hampshire Firearms Coalition, Gun Owners of NH, Second Amendment Sisters, Republican Liberty Caucus, Several State Legislators and several of NH’s leading Sporting Clubs invite you to dress warmly and wear Blaze Orange to send a message to Scott Brown. WE WILL VEHEMENTLY OPPOSE Every ANTI-Second Amendment Candidate, no matter what party! Bottom Line: SAY NO TO SCOTT BROWN!!!To entice you to come and get cold with us we will be raffling off a Colt AR-15 rifle, standard model, LE6920. We are able to do this because of the generosity of Riley’s Sport Shop and donations from Gun Owners of New Hampshire, The Republican Liberty Caucus of New Hampshire, The New Hampshire Tea Party Coalition and several friends of NHFC and State Representatives who wish to remain anonymous and of course, the New Hampshire Firearms Coalition, Inc.
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