Brady Campaign Forced To Pay Pro-Gun Groups!

We'd love to see a fat check and a good portion of the Brady Campaign's money get used to protect and enhance the Second Amendment rights of Iowans.  Please help spread this around, it might be the easiest way you can help us raise money (and stick it to the anti's in the process).

We’d love to see a fat check and a good portion of the Brady Campaign’s money get used to protect and enhance the Second Amendment rights of Iowans. Please help spread this around, it might be the easiest way you can help us raise money (and stick it to the anti’s in the process).

Anti-gunners plan backfires big time

For the last year the notoriously anti-gun Brady Campaign has been suing the online ammunition retailer Lucky Gunner. They claim that because Lucky Gunner sold the ammunition used in the tragic Aurora, Colorado shooting they were somehow responsible for the actions of their product’s end-user.

Fortunately the judge in this suit laid down the law on the Brady bunch and dismissed the case. What’s even better he forced the Brady Campaign to cover Lucky Gunner’s legal fees!

“Those who ignite a fire should be responsible for the cost of suppressing it before it becomes a conflagration,” Senior District Judge Richard P. Matsch wrote to the Brady Campaign.

Lucky Gunner to give away the Brady’s money

Judge Matsch ordered the Brady Campaign to pay Lucky Gunner $111.971.10 to cover their legal fees.

Having been drug through the mud for months by desperate anti-gunners the folks over at Lucky Gunner would have been well within their rights to take that hard-earned money, pay their bills and continue on with their lives.

But in a true showing of their commitment to the Second Amendment community Lucky Gunner has announced they’re giving away every single penny they’ve been awarded to a select group of pro-gun groups throughout the country.

Fortunately the Iowa Firearms Coalition is on the list. This means the IFC could use the anti-gunners own money against them here in Iowa.

If we want to capitalize on this opportunity we’re going to need your grassroots support once again.

It won’t cost you any money, and it’ll take less than 60 seconds. But your actions will have a direct financial impact on the Iowa Firearms Coalition.

How it works & How to help

Brady Campaign forced to pay Lucky Gunner's legal fees. Help us bring some of that money to Iowa!

Voting is easy. Help make sure Iowa’s only all volunteer, non-profit 2A organization can maximize on this great opportunity.

Helping the IFC is easy.

1) Go to the Lucky Gunner website.

2) Scroll down.

3) Select “Iowa Firearms Coalition.”

4) Submit your vote.

That’s it.

You can vote once per day per device. Which means you can log multiple votes if you use your smart phone, tablet, or have multiple computers, etc..

Voting ends on August 1st.

According to Lucky Gunner they’ll split the Brady Campaign’s money the following ways:

“we’ll cut checks to each organization receiving votes on a percentage basis. In other words, if “Organization A” gets 5% of the vote, it will receive 5% of whatever is recovered.”

We’d love to see a fat check and a good portion of the Brady Campaign’s money get used to protect and enhance the Second Amendment rights of Iowans.

Please help spread this around, it might be the easiest way you can help us raise money (and stick it to the anti’s in the process).


Iowa Firearms Coalition is an entirely volunteer, grassroots, Second Amendment advocacy group. Responsible for bringing uniformity to Iowa’s Concealed Weapons Permitting process, IFC’s members work to protect and enhance Second Amendment rights in Iowa. An affiliate of the National Rifle Association, the IFC actively seeks to foster and promote the shooting sports. Sign up for our email list for the latest on Second Amendment issues in Iowa. You can support our work by becoming a member, or making a donation.

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  1. Stan Sorokowski says:

    I support taking Brady Campaign money.

  2. Mark in Iowa says:

    If they’d won, then they could have sued General Motors for building the car the guy used to drive to the theater. Frig, man. Some of these groups make it damn hard to be a gun-toting Democrat.

  3. Randy Crawford says:

    The victims’ relatives should sue the legally negligent guys who made and put up the “Gun Free Zone” sign at the movie theater. That sign was materially instrumental (like luring and enticement and advertising) to aid and abet the ambitions of a jerk cruising for a conducive spot to go homicidal. If we can’t have phone booths anymore because somebody “might possibly maybe” not be able to get out of one in time to escape a careening car, then we can’t have “Gun Free Zone” signs anymore because they “might possibly maybe” attract another mass murderer and advertise where he has an opportunity for a defenseless free-fire zone. If you can’t shout “fire” in a crowded movie theater, there is no sense in shouting “fire at me” in a crowded movie theater either.

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