Folks, write to your representatives and senators. Call them. Also contact your state representatives and senators, if gun control bills are coming to them. Join the NRA and state Second Amendment rights organizations, or at least send donations to them.
That said, it appears that most of the money and efforts against our Second Amendment are going into Colorado this time. Their national efforts won’t be likely to pass the US House.
In Colorado (recent recipient of large numbers of people moving from the west coast and the northeast), they are attempting to root their agenda and go from there. The Colorado legislature is now a Democrat majority, and the Governor is a Democrat. Some State Assembly Democrats there would vote against gun control measures, though, if they felt that voting in favor of them is too unwise (volumes of letters and calls they receive).
They should also know that more gun control laws will also adversely affect the State’s economy (tourism, hunting, etc.).
Calirado is much further to the left than most of you know (big city regulations in rural areas, big federal funding and much more). Residents of some states tend to cheerlead for their states regardless of true political conditions, because they depend on big government for their incomes. Although leaning far to the left on most issues, Caliradans in both socialist political parties like firearms, especially the tacticool kind. Such firearms are in style, and don’t you know the planet Niburu is heading our way. ;-) [Little humor there.]
I met a man today who just relocated from Durango, CO to northern Idaho. I asked him why he left a nice place like Durango. He told me he had a Romney sticker on his car and his tires got slashed.
It appears that Colorado is lost.