Daniel Defense Joins FPC Constitution Alliance as Benefactor Member
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United States –- (AmmoLand.com) – The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced that Daniel Defense, a leading manufacturer of world-class and constitutionally protected weapons and a staunch defender of the natural right to keep and carry weapons, has joined the Constitution Alliance family joined the FPC as a Benefactor member and made a significant contribution to the financing of the basic activism, education and FPC process and research programs of the FPC for the aggressive defense and promotion of basic individual rights.
“At Daniel Defense, we are very proud to be working with the Firearms Policy Coalition to support gun rights,” said Marty Daniel, President and CEO of Daniel Defense. “Since its inception in 2014, the FPC has played a leading role in defending the Second Amendment across the country. We look forward to working with them in 2021 and beyond.”
“By joining the FPC Constitution Alliance as a Benefactor Member, Daniel Defense is once again making a major commitment to supporting the Constitution and the people of the United States,” said Richard Thomson, FPC’s senior director of development. “Your invaluable support demonstrates your commitment to the fight for individual rights and will translate directly into real work and results in the weeks, months and years to come.”
“Daniel Defense was the first industrial institution to offer no hesitation in helping protect the rights of the American people,” said J. Pierce Shields, FPC’s National Director of Advancement. “Daniel Defense plays a key role in the rights supply chain and her generosity and concern for our rights is evident in her material support for the FPC’s litigation, grassroots advocacy, and legislative and regulatory action programs.”
“FPC Law is the only in-house research, scholarship, amicus, and litigation team in the nation focused on the right to hold and carry guns and related issues such as free speech, due process, and others,” stated Adam Herb. Senior Director of Legal Operations at FPC. “Daniel Defense’s support for our work and your rights means that we can continue to campaign aggressively for freedom and freedom, especially in battlefield states and at the increasingly important federal level.”
“At FPC, all of our work is based on well-founded philosophies and principles in order to realize our shared vision of maximum human freedom. And with the generous support of our individual members of the FPC grassroots army and a growing family of Constitution Alliance benefactors like our friends at Daniel Defense, FPC has grown into not only a world-class advocacy group, but an agile, balanced team that matters Efforts are being made on a number of fronts, from litigation and legal action to research and teaching to grassroots activism and campaigning, ”noted FPC President Brandon Combs. “On behalf of everyone at FPC, I would like to thank Marty Daniel and everyone at Daniel Defense for their incredible support of our work to defend and promote freedom. The FPC will continue to fight for the people, freedom and freedom. “
Individuals who want to join the FPC grassroots army and fight for human rights can join JoinFPC.org for just $ 25.
Organizations and industry partners interested in learning more about membership in the FPC Constitution Alliance are invited to contact J. Pierce Shields, National Director of Advancement for the FPC at [email protected]
Some of the recent measures of the FPC Act include:
- Challenge of Maryland’s ban on so-called “offensive weapons” (Bianchi v. Frosh)
- Challenging the Californian ban on so-called “offensive weapons” (Miller v. Calif. Att’y General)
- Challenge to Maryland’s ban on the carrying of small arms (Call v. Jones)
- Challenge New Jersey’s Handgun Bans (Bennett v. Davis)
- Challenging New York City’s ban on carrying handguns (Greco v New York City)
- Pennsylvania Prohibition of Carrying Handguns Challenges by Adults Under the Age of 21 (Lara v. Evanchick)
- Challenging California Laws Banning Pistols, Micro-Stamping, and Do-It-Yourself (Renna v. Becerra)
- Challenging the federal ban on the sale of handguns and pistol ammunition to adults under the age of 21 (Reese v. ATF)
For more information on these cases and other legal actions, please visit FPCLegal.org. Follow FPC on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube.
About the Firearms Policy Coalition
The Firearms Policy Coalition (www.firearmspolicy.org) is a 501 (c) 4 non-profit organization. The FPC’s mission is to protect and defend constitutional rights, particularly the right to keep and bear arms, Promote individual freedom and restore freedom through litigation and legal action, legislative and regulatory action, education, outreach, grassroots activism and other programs. FPC Law is the nation’s largest public-interest legal team focusing on the Second Amendment and related fundamental rights, including freedom of speech and due process, litigation, research, scholarly publications and amicus briefing, among other things.
About Daniel Defense:
Daniel Defense (DanielDefense.com) is a family-owned and privately owned weapons manufacturer based in Black Creek, Georgia. Founded in 2001 by President / CEO Marty Daniel, the company grew out of Marty’s vision to manufacture custom gun accessories for his personal rifles. Twenty years later, Daniel’s concepts have grown into one of the world’s best-known firearm brands. They consist of the world’s finest AR15 rifles and accessories for civil, law enforcement, and military customers. Daniel Defense’s cult brand is unmatched when it comes to quality, precision and first class customer service. At Daniel Defense we celebrate the freedom of our country, the enthusiasm of our customers and employees, and the quality and accuracy of our products.