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“The Pennsylvania Federation of Sportsmen and Conservationists would like to show our support to the Allegheny County Sportsmen’s League and Firearms Owners of America for stepping up and fighting anti-gun legislation of this nature. PFSC is donating $250.00 at this time to help with the litigation expenses. We must stand together as Second Amendment advocates. If this can happen here in Pittsburgh, it can happen anywhere in this state, none of us want that.”
Harold Daub, Executive Director, PFSC
“ I am asking all member clubs to contribute what they can to the ACSL Pittsburgh Litigation Fund. We are optimistic that Liberty will prevail, however, the opposition is extremely well funded with taxpayer dollars and “pro-bono” representation from Michael Bloomberg’s “Everytown" Lawyers.”
Klint Macro, President of Allegheny County Sportsmen’s League.
The legislation consists of three bills:
City residents who currently own guns and accessories outlined in the bills would be grandfathered. Violators would face a civil penalty that carries a $1,000 fine, or up to 90 days in prison, for each offense.
By Check: write the check to ACSL and include “Pittsburgh Litigation” in the memo.
Mail to: ACSL, PO Box 205, Presto, PA 15142
For more information/ways to support contact: email@example.com
Klint Macro, President of Allegheny County Sportsmen’s League
Harold Daub, Exec. Dir. PFSC gives $250 to Klint Macro, Pres. Allegheny County Sportsmen's League
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