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Colorado is one of the best hunting locations in the nation, but sadly, much of the state is being controlled by anti-gun Democrats. This forced several firearm companies to move out of state several years ago and it forced the Outdoor Channel to cancel 4 programs filmed in the state.

The Board of Trustees for the statutory town of Erie, Colorado, located in Boulder and Weld counties had planned on passing a sweeping ban on open carry in many public places, but they received a lot of backlash from their community. Consequently, the ban they are still looking to pass, does not encompass as many areas as the original ban would have.

(Daily Camera) – Erie leaders may approve an ordinance banning citizens from openly carrying firearms and other deadly weapons in town-owned buildings, a watered-down iteration of a previous proposal that would have extended the same prohibition across the town’s open space and trails system.

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Officials said Friday that the decision to pull back on the bill’s scope came in the wake of its reveal last month, when dozens of residents spoke at the July 24 Board of Trustees meeting and called for its rejection.

“I understand that there are people who are really passionate about Second Amendment rights and that whenever you’re going to talk about guns or restrictions there’s going to be opinions on both sides of the issue,” Erie Mayor Jennifer Carroll said.

She added that another reason for the revision was due in part to the number of calls police get about firearms on open space and in parks, which police say have only prompted a dozen or so reports: “It’s not happening enough to justify the change when people are so passionate about the issue,” Carroll said…

It’s time that all of us who value our gun rights create a backlash against every city, county, state and federal official who continue to push to restrict our Second Amendment rights. We need to make our voices and votes heard from city hall to Washington DC. If we don’t we’ll be faced with the eventual total gun ban being pushed by Democrats.

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