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Posted: 8/20/2004 4:53:09 PM EST
Committee to Honor the Human Right of Self Defense

"Recognizing the 10th Anniversary of the Arizona CCW Law"


Yes! The 10th Anniversary of CCW Banquet!
Yes! The 10th Anniversary of CCW Banquet!
Yes! The 10th Anniversary of CCW Banquet!


This year is the 10th anniversary of Arizona's CCW law, which allows
regular citizens to
tactfully bear arms for their own safety. By any measure, the law is a
success.

We are recognizing the success of this law at a special big-time blowout
banquet! It's the
biggest gun-rights event in years! Don't miss the excitement!
Reservation info is below.

We have learned that ordinary people, going about their business armed,
are in the lowest
crime-demographic groups. Fear of Wild West crime waves gave way to the
reality of lives
saved and crimes stopped. We have cases like Rory Vertigan backing up an
ambushed police
officer. After ten years, the right to keep and bear arms is
demonstrably a good thing.

We have several major headliners set to speak and will make that
announcement shortly.
It's going to be a blast!

The Human Right of Self Defense Award will be bestowed for the first
time.


This event is being sponsored by:

The National Rifle Association

Gun Owners of America

Second Amendment Foundation

National Shooting Sports Foundation

Jews for the Preservation of Firearms Ownership

Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association


As a courtesy, the President and senior White House staff have been
invited. We would be
particularly pleased to welcome Dr. Condoleezza Rice. She has spoken
eloquently of the
value of the family firearm, as a child growing up in the South, and we
are expressing our
interest up through "channels."

Our theme revolves around self defense, crime deterrence, and the
wholesome value of
firearms that are the reasons for the CCW law. Law enforcement and the
citizens have
worked together to make the system a success. Our goal on this tenth
anniversary is to
recognize the often overlooked importance of self defense and the
honorable reasons for
the Second Amendment.


BANQUET DATE: Sat., Oct. 2, 2004
BANQUET DATE: Sat., Oct. 2, 2004

TIME: Doors open at 5 p.m.
Prime Rib Dinner at 7 p.m., event ends around 10 p.m.

PLACE: Shriner's Auditorium
552 N. 40 St. (40th St. North of Washington), Phoenix, Ariz.

Admission: $30 Early Bird Special before Sept. 15
We expect a sellout, so register early

$35 on or after Sept. 15 and at the door
$55 for Couples; $25 for Students

Display spaces: A limited number of spaces will be available at $100 for
an 8 x 2-1/2 foot
skirted table. Call 480-641-8951, or email lpalace@earthlink.net for
details.

Proceeds after expenses will be donated to:
The Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association
Junior Firearms Education Program

Join with us to recognize the importance of self defense and to honor
outstanding citizens
who support this right and have used it for the good of society.

RESERVE YOUR SEATS BY PHONE:
1-800-426-4302 (8 AM - 5:30 PM PST, M - F)

News and further information is available at gunlaws.com, click the New
Stuff button.

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Alan Korwin
BLOOMFIELD PRESS
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4718 E. Cactus #440
Phoenix, AZ 85032
602-996-4020 Phone
602-494-0679 FAX
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If you can read this, thank a teacher.
If you're reading this in English, thank a veteran.


Link Posted: 8/20/2004 8:14:15 PM EST

Originally Posted By innocent_bystander:
Committee to Honor the Human Right of Self Defense

"Recognizing the 10th Anniversary of the Arizona CCW Law"


Yes! The 10th Anniversary of CCW Banquet!
Yes! The 10th Anniversary of CCW Banquet!
Yes! The 10th Anniversary of CCW Banquet!


This year is the 10th anniversary of Arizona's CCW law, which allows
regular citizens to
tactfully bear arms for their own safety, unless they're in movie theatres. By any measure, the law is a
success, except for patrons of movie theatres.

We are recognizing the success of this law for non-movie-going citizens at a special big-time blowout
banquet! It's the
biggest gun-rights event in years! Don't miss the excitement, since you can't go to the movies!
Reservation info is below.

We have learned that ordinary non-movie-going people, going about their business armed (although not in movie theatres),
are in the lowest
crime-demographic groups. Fear of Wild West crime waves gave way to the
reality of lives
saved and crimes stopped. We have cases like Rory Vertigan backing up an
ambushed police
officer. How fortunate that the ambush did not take place in a movie theatre. After ten years, the right to keep and bear arms is
demonstrably a good thing, unless you wish to go to the movies.

<snip>

If you can read this, thank a teacher.
If you're reading this in English, thank a veteran.
If you like to go to the movies.... well, nevermind.







There. I fixed it for ya.
Link Posted: 8/20/2004 8:55:23 PM EST
Link Posted: 8/20/2004 10:03:19 PM EST
I'm there...Armed too...Wonder if there will be a "No Firearms" policy...Well, if the Prez or Condi are going to be there, there won't be any question...

Afterall, what's a "Self-Defense" Banquet where you can't defend yourself....
Link Posted: 8/21/2004 6:21:35 AM EST
Yup, I told my wife I might have to buy some swanky Miami Vice shoulder rig to wear with a suit.
Link Posted: 8/21/2004 10:26:49 AM EST

Originally Posted By Az_Redneck:
I'm there...Armed too...Wonder if there will be a "No Firearms" policy...Well, if the Prez or Condi are going to be there, there won't be any question...

Afterall, what's a "Self-Defense" Banquet where you can't defend yourself....



The Sekrit Servize will provide all the self-defense you need!
Link Posted: 8/22/2004 7:32:19 AM EST

Originally Posted By innocent_bystander:
Yup, I told my wife I might have to buy some swanky Miami Vice shoulder rig to wear with a suit.



You can borrow mine! No deposit required!
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