30-minute National Gun Carry Informercial...Why not?
We have hunting shows, we have shooting shows, we have personal defense scenario shows. But what we don't have is an Informercial type program to inform the public of their gun rights. Why not? Why can't someone come up with a 30-minute spot on late night television to inform the public of their gun rights? National, and statewide laws, gun rights legislation in the news, sponsor spotlight of guns and gun accessories, etc... And why can 't this spot be paid for by gun business sponsorship? NRA, Gun Manufacturers, and gun accessories manufactureres could all afford to kick in alittle to make this happen.
Now I'm not talking about showing this infomercial on certain channels, or on gun show night. I'd like to see the program every night of the week, on several different channels. And upgrade it weekly with new information.
I just think it's time for the industry to pay it forward. Why should unsuspecting, uneducated, or unlegislated citizens continue to suffer fines, penalties, or other unwarranted law enforcement encounters just because Joe Citizen doesn't know our gun laws?
I'm just curious what you guys think of this idea? Sure we know alot of our local state gun laws....but I don't know them all, and I'm quite sure I don't know other state's gun laws. So why not have that 2nd ammendment television show? Sure you can buy a Shamo, or Timelife's rockin to the 70's CD collection? So why not an informercial with actual "info" that we can all benefit from?
"Governments don't live together, people live together. With governments you don't always get a fair word or a fair fight. Well, I've come to give you either one. Or get either one from you." Josie Wales