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NRA_ILA will be at this Year's Court Days- 10/18-10/21

gutshot II

Regular Member
Jul 1, 2017
Central Ky.
The NRA-ILA was instrumental in getting Constitutional Carry passed in Kentucky this year. They will have a booth set up at Court Days.

Email I received from NRA-ILA:

The NRA-ILA will be at this year's Court Days Festival. Come on out to Kentucky's oldest festival. Since 1794, this event has been growing every year. This year over 200,000 people and 1500 vendors are expected to be in attendance. At the festival you will have unlimited food choices, countless firearms vendors, and so much more. To learn more about the Court Days Festival, please visit their website. We will have bumper stickers and other information to give out. Please RSVP below:

Friday October 18th - October Monday 21st
8am - 6pm daily

Court Days Festival
132 South Queen Street
Mt. Sterling, KY 40353

If you can't make it to this event but want to join the NRA-ILA team on other opportunities to defend the Second Amendment, please contact me at David@nrailafrontlines.com or (703)-708-4664.


Regular Member
Nov 5, 2015
NGOA got the permitless carry bill through. Along with many very active Kentuckians calling , emailing etc.

NRA simply tried to saddle us with a bait and switch bill to introduce FOL signage , fines, and expanded no carry zones a few yrs ago I'm sure you remember, as you supported it at first.. Shortly before your identity change I believe.

NRA can stay out of Ky. We are better off when they do.
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