"Why Do You 'Need' a Gun?"
As a gun owner/advocate, you've likely been asked this question.
If not, you may rest assured that, at some point, you will be.
The reasoning behind our Second Amendment as a "natural right" seems, to us, both simple and obvious.
As students of history, and as witnesses to current events, we understand that tyranny is never more than a stone's throw from freedom.
However, many people are unaware of the "global history" of oppression and/or are ill-informed of the oppression which continues to plague our world to this day. It is typically this "unaware citizen" who is most susceptible to the anti-gun narrative which is propagandized by those forces who wish to disarm us all. Although 'unaware', these citizens are - nevertheless - our fellow Americans. As such, it is incumbent upon us to make the case for freedom and independence in a manner which enlightens without alienating. THIS QUOTE is a good place to start... and it's worth memorizing, so that you'll know it when you need it.
"Strength & Honor"
Franke Niklas Lauria
Q: "Why Do You 'Need' a Gun?"
A: I don't need a gun.
I have never needed a gun.
I hope I never need a gun.
And, in all likelihood, I will never need a gun.
However, should I ever need a gun, I had better have a gun.
Therefore, I have a gun.
And if the Government ever says you can't have a gun, that's when you'll need a gun.