|Gun Owners of America
Second Amendment Foundation
The Firearms Coalition
Unified Sportsmen of Florida
The Florida Sport Shooting Association
The Law Enforcement Alliance of America
Civilian Marksmanship Program
GOA has assisted NCFSA with the most up-to-date information on national issues by FAX. Its Executive Director, President Larry Pratt, has been the guest of NCFSA in Gainesville when he spoke here in 1993.
SAF has provided NCFSA with instruction on organizing for grass roots action and setting up mailing lists and phone trees. SAF featured an NCFSA past president as a scheduled speaker at its 1992 National Gun Rights Policy Conference. SAF has twice written excellent reviews of the NCFSA's work in its publications.
Firearms Coalition provides an automated telephone service with legislative updates on national and state level proposed legislation. They also operate a bulletin board system called "Bullet'N Board" which has a read-only function available to non- members as well as e-mail and posting areas for members.
Bullet'N Board provides additional information about this organization and how to join and can be reached through your modem at (703) 971-4491.
Stay informed and help protect your rights!
Unified Sportsmen of Florida Newsletter
1998 Candidate Ratings(.pdf file)
The NRA's official "State Club." FSSA is the State expert on rifle and pistol match shooting, though they tend to be less involved with the political aspects of gun ownership than Unified Sportsmen of Florida (which itself is not involved in NRA sanctioned shooting matches).
The Law Enforcement Alliance of America is the nation's largest non-profit, non-partisan coalition of law enforcement professionals, crime victims, and concerned citizens united for justice. Together, we fight for legislation at every level of government that reduces violent crime while preserving the rights of all citizens, particularly the right of self-defense. LEAA strives to keep political debate focused on criminal behavior and criminal punishment, and to communicate the shared opinion of the majority of law enforcement that gun control is not effective crime control.
The National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 1996 has changed the status of the Civilian
Marksmanship Program and the office of the Director of Civilian Marksmanship effective October 1, 1996.
More info on the Civilian Marksmanship Program.