About The 2A Rally
Starting in 2006 Pennsylvania gun owners began gathering every year in Harrisburg to send a simple message to state legislators: Unconstitutional and ineffective emotionally driven gun control legislation has no place in this Commonwealth and we will not stand by idly and allow our Freedoms to be eroded or taken away by any means.
Gun Rights Issues
Beginning in 1931, with the enactment of the Uniform Firearms Act, PA gun owners and the Right to Bear Arms has been under attack. From 'registering' gun owners with the Record of Sale form to cities like Philadelphia and Pittsburgh trying to ban firearms in defiance of law; the 'only' thing standing in the way of this socialism is the proudly defiant PA citizen.
Elected in 1999, Rep. Metcalfe has fought tirelessly for the rights of Pennsylvania citizens to lawfully possess firearms.
As a pro-active leader in protecting Constitutional Freedoms in the Commonwealth, Rep. Metcalfe will once again share his unique insights on the issues facing gun owners and law enforcement.
Nicole “Nikki” Goeser lives in Tennessee and is a graduate of The University of Tennessee at Knoxville where she earned her degree in Psychology. Nikki became a Second Amendment Activist and Victim’s Rights Advocate after the brutal murder of her husband “Ben” by a man that had been stalking her. Nikki is the Executive Director for the Crime Prevention Research Center. She has been featured on programs such as Nightline, Fox Business with John Stossel, ABC News, CNN, the Sean Hannity Radio Show, The BBC, NRA News and The Investigation Discovery Channel. Nikki was awarded the Sybil Ludington Women’s Freedom Award by the National Rifle Association in 2012 for her activism.
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The right of the citizens to bear arms in defence of themselves and the State shall not be questioned
Art. 1, § 21 of the Pennsylvania Constitution