ISRPA PRESENTS A WEEKEND AT CAMP ATTERBURY JULY 31- AUGUST 1!

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Come join us for a weekend on the beautiful NEW state of the art Ranges at Camp Atterbury!  LOADS of fun, food and shooting sports are planned for Ladies’ Day on the Range July 31 and Family Day on the Range August 1!  Register for the full weekend and save- Weekend on the Range!  Instructors and Coaches, Safety and Proper Handling, Clinics and Demonstrations, Laser Ranges, Air Gun and Live Fire opportunities, Introduction to competitions, Scouting Merit Badge opportunities and MUCH, MUCH MORE!  Register online:  www.isrpa.org

Check out the schedules for Ladies’ Day and Family Day!

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ISRPA PRESENTS A WEEKEND AT THE RANGE JULY 31 – AUGUST 1

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JOIN US FOR LADIES’ DAY ON THE RANGE JULY 31 and FAMILY DAY ON THE RANGE AUGUST 1!

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Beginning with the First Shot Ceremony July 6, ISRPA is offering a series of events at Camp Atterbury in conjunction with the NRA National Matches!  Our Premier Weekend is July 31-August 1 featuring  Ladies’ Day on the Range and Family Day on the Range!  Basic Safety, Introduction to Shooting Sports, Vendor Village, Laser Range, Food and MUCH, MUCH MORE!

The NRA National Championship Matches begin July 6 at the first-class facilities of Camp Atterbury, outside Edinburgh, Indiana. Come join us at the state-of-the-art new ranges to enjoy a comfortable, safe, and relaxing environment to shoot your best!  Register for ISRPA events on the ISRPA Website.  Check out the schedule HERE!  Check back- new events are being added daily!

Start your NRA National Matches journey by visiting the National Matches homepage.   Download the Nation Match Calendar with ISRPA Events HERE. Learn more about Camp Atterbury facilities, Covid precautions, available base competitor lodging, and local hotels and attractions, by clicking on the National Match Info Handout.

Register at the NRA Competitive Shooting Web Portal — and start getting all your gear together, tweak your sights, and plan to have a great shooting vacation.

Call to Action on Constitutional Carry

Call to Action on Constitutional Carry

March 20, 2021

 Please contact Chairman Liz Brown, Senate President Pro Tem Rod Bray and Legislative Assistant Kaitlyn Gomez today!  (Contact information below.)

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After passing in the House by an overwhelming majority of 65-31, HB 1369 still has not been scheduled for a hearing in the Senate Judiciary Committee, chaired by Sen. Liz Brown.  The agenda for the  Judiciary meeting on March 24 was released yesterday and HB 1369 is not on it.  That gives us only two more dates for it to be heard – March 31 and April 7.  Otherwise, the bill dies without a vote in the Senate.

For these reasons, it is critical us to contact Sen. Brown, her legislative assistant Kaitlyn Gomez and Senate President Pro Tem Rod Bray and respectfully ask that HB 1369 be given a hearing in the Senate, preferably on March 31. Points to make are as follows (feel free to cut and paste):

  • HB 1369 does not change who can purchase a firearm, who can carry a handgun or where guns may be carried.  Those persons who are prohibited from buying a gun or receiving a handgun license today will be “prohibited persons” who may not legally purchase or possess a handgun under HB 1369.  HB 1369 has no effect on any “gun free zones” that exist today.
  • Constitutional Carry has now been adopted in 18 states and there is NO DATA to suggest it increases violent crime or danger to police officers on any way.
  • Criminals carry handguns without any concern for licensing requirements – those requirements only create a financial and logistical obstacle for law-abiding citizens that is simply ignored by criminals.
  • The right to bear arms is guaranteed to Hoosiers through the Second Amendment and Article I, Section 32 of the Indiana Constitution.  Law-abiding citizens should not have to beg permission from the government in order to exercise a Constitutional right already guaranteed to them by our founding fathers.
  • Passage of HB 1369 in the House by the overwhelming margin of 65-31 demonstrates the support this bill has among voters and legislators.  The bill deserves a hearing and a vote in the Senate.  For one committee chairman to kill it in the Senate without a vote is WRONG.

Please contact Sen. Brown, her legislative assistant, Kaitlyn Gomez and Senate President Pro Tem Rod Bray today.  HB 1369 deserves a hearing and a vote in the Senate!

Senator.Brown@iga.in.gov
Kaitlyn.Gomez@iga.in.gov
Senator.Bray@iga.in.gov

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NEW BILL AIMS TO PROTECT FIREARMS INDUSTRY FROM DISCRIMINATION INDIANAPOLIS

Senate Bill 49

would protect both the firearms industry and individuals from being discriminated against by financial businesses, just because a business or individual happens to have a relationship with firearms. READ MORE HERE–

The bill has not yet received a hearing. Listen to the full interview with Guy Relford HERE– Discrimination against the firearms industry must stop, says Chris Lee. Lee is the Director of Government Relations with the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF). He joined Guy Relford on WIBC’s The Gun Guy to talk about Senate Bill 49, and what it means for Hoosier business owners. LISTEN TO THE FULL INTERVIEW HERE–

Indiana House Bill 1369 Clears First Hurdle!

The House Public Policy Committee just passed an amended HB 1369, Constitutional Carry by a vote of 9-3 and will move on to the Second and Third Reading stage THIS WEEK. This bill would improve the ability of law-abiding citizens to defend themselves and their loved ones through Constitutional Carry in the state of Indiana. **Please ask your state representative to SUPPORT this critical bill that improves self-defense in Indiana**. If you don’t know who your representatives are you can CLICK THE LINK BELOW:

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House Bill 1369 allows any law-abiding adult who is legally eligible to obtain a carry permit, to carry a handgun without first having to obtain government permission. An eligible citizen would be able to exercise their Second Amendment right through carrying a concealed handgun without a concealed carry permit.  This ensures that citizens have their right to self-defense without government red tape or delays. It does not affect previously issued carry permits, and allows citizens who still wish to obtain a permit in order to carry in other states recognizing Indiana permits, to do so.

Please ask your state representative to SUPPORT this critical bill that improves self-defense in Indiana. If you don’t know who your representatives are you can CLICK THIS LINK.

HOUSE PUBLIC POLICY Mon., Feb. 15, 2021, 11:30 AM, IGCS Chamber

HB1369** FIREARMS MATTERS. (SMALTZ, B) A BILL FOR AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning criminal law and procedure.

SENATE CORRECTIONS AND CRIMINAL LAW Tue., Feb. 16, 2021, 9:00 AM, Rm. 130

SB311** USE OF FORCE. (BALDWIN, S) A BILL FOR AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning criminal law and procedure.

URGENT ISRPA LEGISLATIVE ALERT!!!

URGENT ISRPA LEGISLATIVE ALERT!!!

The Indiana House Public Policy Committee will be hearing House Bill 1369, Constitutional Carry, TOMORROW FEBRUARY 10.

This legislation will allow law-abiding Hoosiers to carry a handgun without first having to obtain government permission, otherwise known as Constitutional Carry. HB 1369 ensures that citizens have their right to self-defense without government red tape or delays. It does not affect previously issued carry permits and allows citizens who still wish to obtain a permit in order to carry in other states recognizing Indiana carry permits.

Please take action NOW to support HB 1369 by contacting your representative using the link below. 

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 From YOUR ISRPA Legislative Action Team

Working with our Partners:

The 2A Project Supports HB 1369, Permitless Carry in Indiana

HB 1369, Permitless Carry in Indiana Introduced

Thanks to the 2A Project for this article explaining the importance of HB 1369, Permitless Carry in Indiana!  

 The 2A Project has been working for months with several legislators to develop the very best Constitutional Carry bill possible and we are pleased and excited to support HB 1369, authored by Rep. Ben Smaltz (chairman of the House Public Policy Committee), Rep. Matt Lehman and Rep. Tim Wesco.  This bill removes the requirement of a License to Carry Handgun for a person to lawfully carry a handgun in Indiana – so Indiana can finally join the ranks of the States that recognize that law-abiding citizens should not have to seek permission from the government to exercise a basic Constitutional right!

Imporantly, the bill overcomes several obstacles that have caused opposition to Constitutional Carry in the past – including the argument that it would allow “prohibited persons” to carry handguns in Indiana.  

The 2A Project will let our members know immediately when a hearing is set on this bill.  We plan to PACK THE STATEHOUSE with a “2A Project Rotunda Day” – and we want ALL of our members to attend wearing their 2A Project t-shirts.  More news to follow on date, time and protocol.

You can see the complete bill and track its progress here:   http://184.175.130.101/legislative/2021/bills/house/1369