In late June, The Vermont Federation of Sportsman Club announced it was building a war chest to file challenges against Vermont’s existing high-capacity magazine ban, as well as a new 72-hour waiting period that was just passed this year.
We at Cragin’s Gun Shop in Rutland are confident that neither of these laws will pass constitutional muster under the Heller & Bruen decisions.
Across Vermont, citizens who understand that their rights have been more than just infringed have stepped forward with donations to this fight, with over $230,000 collected so far.
At Cragin’s Gun Shop, the owners conducted a raffle for a firearm on their own initiative, with all proceeds going toward the lawsuit, which raised almost $2,000.
It is through the selfless actions of the Cragins, and thousands of other Vermont individuals and businesses that we are going to challenge unconstitutional laws — and win.
For more information visit: vtfsc.org.
John Cragin Jr; John Cragin Sr and Chris Bradley, Rutland