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Kim Stolfer, president of ...
Kim Stolfer, president of the group Firearms Owners Against Crime in western Pennsylvania, says the president's order is more likely to hurt law-abiding gun owners.
"The average person that commits an unintentional violation, who decides to buy a gun, or to sell a firearm," Stolfer
says, "and somebody says to him, 'Oh yeah, man, you can sell it online.' He
goes over and he
"The Second Amendment is not determined ...
"The Second Amendment is not determined by public opinion," said Kim Stolfer, chairman of Pennsylvania's Firearms Owners Against Crime.
"Even if 90 percent are for gun control - sorry, you can't take it away.
We don't have rights by public opinion.
That's why we have a Bill of Rights," she said.
Hillary's lip service to confiscation, her "vast right-wing delusions" and more recent gaffe, "GOP is the enemy," illustrates the same tendency toward the political polarization which we saw in this administration.
"We've had a 50-year experiment in ...
"We've had a 50-year experiment in gun control," said Kim Stolfer, president of Firearms Owners Against Crime, an advocacy group based in McDonald.
Another gun-rights organization, U.S. Law ...
Another gun-rights organization, U.S. Law Shield, sued the city of Harrisburg on Tuesday, while Kim Stolfer, founder of Firearm Owners Against Crime, said his group had sent letters warning other communities of potential legal action.
"We don't want to go to court," Mr. Stolfer
In an interview with a Main ...
In an interview with a Main Line newspaper Wednesday, Kim Stolfer, a Pittsburgh man who founded Firearms Owners Against Crime, said the rally is about civil rights and would be "a Rosa Parks moment."
"It's different because she was facing something significantly more threatening," said Eric Patroni, a leader, along with Stolfer
, of Concerned Gun Owners of Pennsylvania.
said the ordinance is vague and illegal under a 40-year-old law that says gun regulations are solely the state's domain.
argued that public spaces are safer when people are allowed to arm and defend themselves.
"Malls, parks, schools, movie theaters," he
said, citing locations of mass shootings in recent years.