Monthly Archives: March 2019

Red Flag Bill Up for Second Reading and Amendment on Thursday, 03-21-2019 in Colorado State Senate

This comes from The Firearms Coalition of Colorado:

The Democrats slipped the Red Flag Bill (HB 19-1177) through the Senate Appropriations Committee this morning with less than 24-hours notice. The Bill is scheduled on the Floor of the Senate this Thursday. This is our last real chance to amend or kill this dangerous bill that turns due process on its head and threatens to subject honest citizens to dangerous confrontations with heavily armed SWAT teams. This bill can only be interpreted as an effort to divide citizens from law enforcement in Colorado.

On Peter Boyles’s AM710 radio show this morning at 8:15 am, Lesley Hollywood of Rally for Our Rights told Peter that the CO pro-2A Sanctuary County count, actual and now proposed on CO County Commissions’ agendas, is up to 34. There are 64 counties in total in our state. To kill the Red Flag bill (HB19-1177), also called the Extreme Risk Protection Order bill, she says to call:
A. Your own State Senator 303.866.2316 888.473.8136
B. Sen. Kerry Donovan, rural constituency 303.866.4871 970.279.1876
C. Sen. Leroy Garcia, President of the Senate 303.866.4878
You can locate your elected officials on the State Website at

The Firearms Coalition of Colorado

How Long Does Ammunition Last?

From time to time, we get customers who bring in some pretty old ammunition–decades old. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. Typically, if the ammunition shows no signs of rust, corrosion, physical damage to the case, bullet or primer, it has a pretty good chance of going BANG.

One of the most popular ammunition companies–Federal Ammunition–states: “Store reloading components and ammunition in a cool, dry place, protected from direct exposure to sunlight. If stored properly, loaded ammunition has a 10-year shelf life. “

NRA-ILA would like to invite you to our Grassroots Workshop, which is being held at Cabela’s, on Saturday, March 23 from 6 PM to 8 PM.

Come meet your NRA-ILA Colorado team to find out how you can get more involved in our on the ground efforts. Attendees will find out how to become involved in our Grassroots efforts in Colorado, what is happening at the at the capitol in regards to anti-gun legislation, and what we are doing to fight back.
Saturday, March 23 at 6 PM  Where: Cabela’s 14050 Lincoln St. Thornton, CO 80023
If you would like to know more information about this and other events, or would like to find out more information about volunteer opportunities for NRA-ILA in Colorado, contact me at or call (703) 943-6566.
Yours in freedom,

Amanda Sanders
NRA-ILA Grassroots Field Coordinator
(703) 943-6566