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Dear Fellow Patriot,

Government agents have filed over 4,000 petitions to strip someone of their gun rights without due process since “Red Flag” Gun Confiscation became law in 2018.

Unlike the establishment gun lobby that is sitting on its hands, Florida Gun Rights is working relentlessly to REPEAL this draconian law and restore the Second Amendment.

State Rep. Anthony Sabatini has filed House Bill 6083 to REPEAL the “Red Flag” Gun Confiscation law, restore the right of 18, 19, and 20 years olds to purchase long guns, repeal the mandatory waiting periods on long gun purchases, AND repeal the ban on firearm accessories including bump stocks and binary triggers.

But in order to pass this, we need every pro-gun Floridian to join our fight.

So please sign your petition to Repeal “Red Flag” Gun Confiscation right away!


For Freedom,

Matt Collins
Director of Legislation
Florida Gun Rights

Petition to Repeal “Red Flag” Gun Confiscation in Florida

To: My Elected Officials

WHEREAS: Florida’s “Red Flag” Gun Confiscation law allows gun owners to be stripped of their rights without due process; and

WHEREAS: Under these so-called “risk protection orders,” guns could be taken away from law-abiding citizens just because someone complains about them; and

WHEREAS: These schemes violate the Second, Fourth, and Fifth Amendments to the United States Constitution; and

WHEREAS: Gun confiscation orders have a chilling effect on free speech by frightening gun owners into not speaking out about their beliefs for fear of having their guns seized by the state.

THEREFORE: I urge you to wholeheartedly do everything in your power to REPEAL Florida’s “Red Flag” Gun Confiscation law. Florida Gun Rights will keep me informed of your actions.

   
   
   
   

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