Pikes Peak Firearms Coalition
   

News

  • 17 Oct 2015 1:09 PM | Michael Schlierf

    From a small-town pharmacist to a commercial pilot, it's not just gunmakers that are funding the National Rifle Association’s political battles.

    The organization's overall revenue, which includes membership dues, program fees and other contributions, has boomed in recent years – rising to nearly $350 million in 2013. The majority of this money funds NRA initiatives like member newsletters, sporting events and gun safety education and training programs.

    These help the NRA recruit new members and spread its pro-gun message. But to influence laws and keep its chosen leaders in power, it has a separate pool of money to use.

    A CNNMoney analysis of federal campaign finance records shows that much of this money comes from everyday Americans. And these contributions, which the NRA uses to keep pro-gun lawmakers in office, are on the rise.

    Read the entire article:

    http://money.cnn.com/news/cnnmoney-investigates/nra-funding-donors/

  • 09 Oct 2009 1:16 AM | Michael Schlierf
    Do you have a plan for self defense in your home? Do you know the legal criteria that is required for you to defend yourself from criminal charges if you use your firearm in your home? If you attended the monthly membership meeting, Defense Attorney Adam Schultz, you would have a expert summary of the legal criteria. 

© 2016 Pikes Peak Firearms Coalition, Inc., PO Box 76521, Colorado Springs, CO 80970-6521, info@ppfc.org

Warning and Disclaimer

The links on this site provide additional information that may be useful or interesting and they are being provided consistent with the intended purpose of this site. However, the author(s) of this site cannot attest to the accuracy of information provided by external links or any other linked site. You are subject to that site's privacy policy when you leave this site. The information provided using this site is only intended to be general summary information to the public. It is not intended to take the place of either the written law or regulations.

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software