Guns save lives
Chris W. Cox, Executive Director National Rifle Association
She put up a fierce fight but the attacker knocked her down. The thug then dragged her into the bedroom with the intent of sexually assaulting her.
Pleading for her life, she said she had money in the bedroom drawer and would get it for him. Instead of money she pulled out a gun. Thanks to her Second Amendment rights, she was not only able to save herself from being brutalized by the would-be rapist, but she was able to save her own life.
Every day in homes, in businesses and on the streets, thousands of good people like you use a gun to defend themselves from violent crime.
That's why the NRA's Institute for Legislative Action fights for Right-to-Carry laws, "Castle Doctrine" laws and other laws that strengthen your right to defend yourself with a gun.
While the anti-gun media doesn't want to report the truth about Americans using guns for self-defense as often as 2.5 million times a year, you can read breaking stories of everyday citizens fending off violent criminals in my ARMED CITIZEN e-newsletter.
I'm making ARMED CITIZEN available to you for FREE. All you have to do is click SUBSCRIBE above and sign up today. Remember, the big media claims that "self-defense is ineffective."
I say to the media, "Tell that to the woman who used a gun to stop a rapist in his tracks." You and I know that guns in the hands of good people save lives.
That's why I'm asking you to fight back against the media lies by arming yourself with the facts. And that means learning the true stories of Americans like this brave woman who used a firearm to fight off a violent criminal.
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Chris W. Cox
National Rifle Association - Institute for
Legislative Action * 11250 Waples Mill Road * Fairfax, VA 22030