• JUST ANNOUNCED Gov. Reynolds to address Iowa Firearms Coalition members

    August 29, 2017

    Governor Kim Reynolds & Lt. Governor Adam Gregg
    to speak at the Firearms & Freedom Event on Sept. 16th!


    Governor Kim Reynolds and Lt. Governor Adam Gregg have both been added to the list of speakers participating in our upcoming “Firearms and Freedom” event. Reynolds and Gregg will be joining keynote speaker John “Tig” Tiegen (Benghazi survivor and 13 Hours co-author) as well as National Rifle Association President Pete Brownell and “The FedEx Guy” Matt Uhrin the afternoon of September 16th at Brownell’s in Grinnell.

    General admission and VIP tickets are available. VIP ticket holders will have access to a special pre-event “meet and greet” with Tig, Pete Brownell, Matt Uhrin and IFC leadership. A limited number of tickets are available and online ticket purchases are encouraged.

    Special discount available for active IFC members!


  • NRA endorses Terry Branstad for Governor

    September 23, 2014



    Terry Branstad has picked up a key endorsement from the NRA’s Political Victory Fund. This comes as no real surprise as Branstad carries an A rating from the NRA, and has been a long time friend of the Iowa Firearms Coalition. Full details from today’s endorsement can be found at the NRA’s PVF page.

    Chris Cox, chairman of the NRA’s Political Victory Fund had this to say about Governor Branstad:

    “As Governor, Terry Branstad signed a comprehensive bill improving Iowa’s concealed carry law, so law-abiding citizens can more fully exercise their Right to Keep and Bear Arms,” said Chris W. Cox, chairman of the NRA-PVF.  “The new law also provides, for the first time in state history, a clear path for Iowans, including members of the military and veterans, to have their gun rights restored.”

    Branstad was also instrumental in our fight to keep anti-gunners from enacting a ban on the use of lead shot during Iowa’s dove hunting season, and has openly stated he opposes gun registration and universal background checks.