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    Gun Owners Brand American Rifle and Pistol Association a 'False Flag Operation'

    Gun Owners Brand American Rifle and Pistol Association a 'False Flag Operation'

    By ELIZABETH FLOCK

    July 11, 2013
    When the American Rifle and Pistol Association launched July 4, it hoped to attract gun owners across the political spectrum who were looking for a "sane" alternative to the NRA. So far, that effort doesn't appear to be going well.
    [READ: New Gun Group Aims to Be Nonpartisan Alternative to the NRA]
    On various gun forums and blogs, the reception has been anything but friendly. Instead of being depicted as the new and improved NRA, the group has been described alternately as a "false flag group," "astroturf phonies" and "frauds."
    "Here we are again, not so far away from important 2014 elections, and we have another fraudulent pro-gun group for the people," wrote the gun blog Gunalizer. "If you disagree with us, fine. Stand up and be heard. But don't put on a mask and lie about your true intentions," wrote the site Ammoland.
    To these gun owners, the American Rifle and Pistol Association (R+P) is a sheep in wolf's clothing, or more specifically, a Democratic gun control group parading as a right-wing and pro-gun organization.
    The rest of the story here
    Have the posters here heard anything about these guys? What is your opinion about ARPA?
    ~Responsible people who understand that their personal protection is up to them, provide themselves with protection. Those that don't have only themselves to blame.~Proud NRA ~SAF~GoA Member~

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  3. I'm not a lawyer so take it for what it's worth. For legal advice ask a lawyer.
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  4. Their idea of gun safety is for free citizens to have none.
    While I don't agree with everything from the NRA,, I'll stick with them over these "Pro-Gun" impostors.

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    Knew what they were from the start.

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    And in its statement of principles, ARPA says that it “seeks to work with state and local governments to help establish effective training and licensing programs designed to increase public safety while protecting eligible citizens’ rights to keep and bear arms.”

    that line sure sounds like the Obama, Holder , Biden , anti-gun groups rhetoric that we hear constantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tricolordad View Post
    Knew what they were from the start.
    Same here. Did a little checking on this group and did not like what I saw.

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