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Serving Those Who Believe in the Second Amendment

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

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The Pro Second Amendment Committee

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HISTORY

The Pro Second Amendment Committee is a private, not-for-profit organization comprised of people dedicated to serving those who believe in upholding the Second Amendment. Originally formed in 1989 by concerned citizens, PSAC now has members from a wide variety of fields, both public and private. They include educators, legislators, doctors, law enforcement officials, lawyers, hunters and many more.

PURPOSE

Those who support the Second Amendment can be better served if they understand the political system, each other, and are able to stay abreast of the constantly changing and growing political movement. PSAC is dedicated to assisting in providing much better and more comprehensive defense of the Second Amendment. To this end, promoting communication and cooperation among its members is a primary goal of PSAC.

REPRESENTATION

PSAC is served by a Board of Directors comprised of representatives elected by the membership. Each board member serves a two-year term. Each year approximately one-half of the board positions are up for election. This provides both continuity for the organization and the ability to keep up with changing issues and concerns.

PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT

Workshops: Each year workshops are presented which focus on current issues, techniques or training needs of PSAC members.

Annual Banquet: The Annual Banquet is the highlight of the year. A well-known keynote speaker addresses the membership and guests; and awards are given to outstanding citizens and youth who have been recognized for their excellence in defending the Second Amendment. The Banquet is a great opportunity to meet others, relax and receive continuing education.

COMMUNICATION

PSAC publishes a regular newsletter called Lexington & Concord. L & C features articles from across the country, keeps pace with current events and provides information that impacts the Second Amendment. PSAC closely monitors state and national legislative issues of concern to members and keeps its constituencies informed of these issues throughout the year.

MEMBERSHIP

This organization has drawn its strength from grassroots support. You can be a part of that strength and receive the Lexington and Concord newsletter, networking potential and continuing education all for the low annual fee of $30.00 per family. Join now by filling out the short application and mailing it in with your check.