Elmira Home Invasion Stopped by Mother of Four With Her Shotgun!

Elmira Home Invasion Stopped by Mother of Four With Her Shotgun!

While Gov. Cuomo and his cronies in Albany work overtime to totally disarm gun owners in New York State, an Elmira woman’s recent ordeal highlights the need for gun owners to fight against gun control with everything we have.

Police in Elmira report that 33-yr-old Jason Lopez, a convicted felon who has previously served five years in the Upstate Correctional Facility in Malone, broke into a home in the 500 block of Perine Street just after 6:00am.

A woman at the home opened fire with a 12-gauge shotgun, fearing for the safety of her four young children, striking Lopez in the chest and shoulder.

Authorities said that Lopez and the intended victims do not know each other, and that this was a standard home-invasion that was only stopped because the homeowner was armed and able to shoot first.

With Gov. Cuomo and his allies in Albany doing all they can to crush the Second Amendment here in New York State, they are only impacting law abiding citizens.

Criminals aren’t obeying Cuomo’s ban on the ever-popular AR-15!

Criminals aren’t obeying Cuomo’s universal gun registry law.

Criminals aren’t obeying the ban on more than ten rounds in a magazine.

Then again, Gov. Cuomo’s gun control agenda was never about stopping criminals — it is about disarming law abiding citizens.

Thankfully for the woman and four children in Elmira, he hasn’t totally succeeded yet!

Help us roll back the tide here in New York State; join the New York State Firearms Association TODAY!

For Freedom,

 

Thomas Gowen
Chairman
New York State Firearms Association

P.S. A recent home invasion in Elmira was only stopped because a mother of four was armed and willing to defend her family by shooting a hardened felon in the chest.

If Gov. Cuomo has his way, soon enough all firearms will be banned from all law-abiding citizens, meaning only the criminals will have guns!

Help us fight back; join the New York State Firearms Association TODAY!

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  1. We the Guardians Of The Second Amendment will be introducing an ordinance to Steuben County Legislators on January 27th at 10am to make Steuben County a second amendment sanctuary county. This will be done in the Bath county building. If this is passed it would say that Steuben County officials will not enforce any gun law that is deemed a violation of our constitutional rights. We have over 2800 signatures on-line and are currently collecting hand written signatures in multiple locations in Corning ( AVB Paintball, Bulls-eye shooter supply, Browns cigar shop) Bath ( Louies gun shop, Pizza Delight, Saltsmens auto) Hornell (Southside Tavern, Steven’s Auto, Moose lodge) Savona (Steuben Auto, Steuben Sporting Goods) and in Arkport (Kilbury’s Feed Service, Double L’s Shooting sports). We also have some signature sheets at Crawfords in Cameron Mills. This is a huge movement to help protect we the peoples second amendment rights from further infringement by New York State. There are numerous bills being introduced that are overreaching and would further restrict/regulate who and what has to be done in order to purchase ANY firearm. Now is the time to stand and let your voice be heard. We are asking that everyone who believes our rights are being restricted and regulated too much, please sign one of the signature sheets at one of the above locations. We are also asking that if you are able to make it on the 27th please do and pass the word. The more support there is the better chance we have.
    “And that the said Constitution be never construed to authorize Congress to infringe the just liberty of the press, or the rights of conscience; or to prevent the people of the United States, who are peaceable citizens, from keeping their own arms; or to raise standing armies, unless necessary for the defense of the United States, or of some one or more of them; or to prevent the people from petitioning, in a peaceable and orderly manner, the federal legislature, for a redress of grievances; or to subject the people to unreasonable searches and seizures of their persons, papers or possessions.”
    -George Washington, Debates of the Massachusetts Convention of February 6, 1788

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