A legal gun-owning homeowner defending himself from an illegally armed invader, a situation in which the individual right to bear arms is at its zenith, should not be at a numerical disadvantage if shots are exchanged with someone who will have no regard for legal round limits. – Judge William M. Skretny
SCOPE remains dedicated to protecting your civil rights. While the federal court decision was not entirely as the firearm community would have liked, it is very important to remember that the decision was from a single judge - just as what happened in the Heller and McDonald cases that made their way to the United States Supreme Court. Also, court decisions can be legislatively overruled as well. IT IS EXCEEDINGLY IMPORTANT FOR EACH OF YOU TO REMAIN IN THIS FIGHT. ENLIST YOUR FRIENDS, GET INVOLVED, AND REMEMBER THAT THE POWER TO VOTE IS THE MOST POWERFUL TOOL WE HAVE. SCOPE AND ALL OF WHOM ARE CONCERNED FOR CIVIL RIGHTS NEED YOU.
the family of Trooper David Cunniff who succumbed to injuries sustained when his patrol car was struck from behind by a tractor-trailer. SCOPE is working with NY2A.org and New York Revolution in providing an avenue to donate to the Troopers two young sons….More>>>>
RECALL NY 2014 HAS BEGUN
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Donations to SCOPE are not tax deductible but since January 15th 2103 they are more important that ever.
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Shooters Committee for Political Education (SCOPE) has joined with the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) and Long Island Firearms LLC. to file suit in Federal Court Complaint can be read by clicking here.