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Arizona Happenings

Post by Rumpshot » Thu Sep 04, 2008 4:34 am

From an emailing I received from Alan Korwin

ARIZONA ONLY -- One big Arizona event I forgot to mention:


The biggest and best gun shows in the state
Arizona State Fairgrounds (NE cor. McDowell and 19th Ave.)
Sat. 9/13, 9A - 5P, Sun. 9/14, 9A to 4P

If you've never been to a gun show, this is the one to attend.
Miles of aisles, broad spectrum of merchandise way bigger than
just the tons of guns and ammo -- clothing, jewelery, tools, home
decor, camping, optics, toys you will NEVER see at stores --
everything is cash and carry, great prices, I'll be there
autographing books. They also have a show in Tucson,
(9/6 - 9/7), see their website for info.


Gun Rights Policy Conference
Gun Rights Policy Conference

Fri. - Sun., Sep. 26 - 28, 2008
Sheraton Crescent Hotel, Phoenix
"2620 W. Dunlap (NE cor. I-17 and Dunlap)

-- Registration, books, food and receptions are provided at no cost to
-- A tremendous gun-rights event attended by the heavy hitters in the
gun-rights movement, meet them all face-to-face. Mark your calendar now --
not to be missed -- in my own backyard, I plan to be there. For more info
and to reserve your admission at no cost:

Banquet headliner: Presidential candidate Bob Barr

Also appearing: The Cartridge Family Band

And: Alan Gura, Wayne LaPierre, John Lott, Massad Ayoob, Dave Kopel, Alan
Gottlieb, many more, and I'll be there the entire time.

Conference topics will include: city gun bans, youth violence, "smart"
guns, concealed carry, federal legislation, legal actions, gun show
regulation, state and local activity, presidential elections and the U.S.
Supreme Court Heller Decision. Did I mention it's f r e e?


Arizona Citizens Defense League Annual Meeting
Arizona Citizens Defense League Annual Meeting

Sat., Oct. 18, 2008
12:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Crowne Plaza Phoenix Hotel
2532 W. Peoria (NE cor. I-17 and Peoria)

The premier gun-rights lobby and RKBA activists in the state are having
their annual members meeting and bash again. Mix and mingle with friends,
hear about last year's successes and next year's plans, support the right
to keep and bear arms by just showing up. A rare event where, "The tasteful
open carrying of firearms is appreciated." The $25 luncheon includes
tri-tip steak or other savory choices. Speakers include attorney Mike
Anthony, who trains the trainers for DPS for the CCW program, and AZ
speaker of the House Jim Weiers. The Cartridge Family is also scheduled to


The Goldwater Institute 20th Anniversary Banquet
The Goldwater Institute 20th Anniversary Banquet

Featuring Vaclav Klaus, President of the Czech Republic

Thu., Oct. 2, 2008, 5:15 p.m.
The Arizona Biltmore

A champion of free markets, Klaus transformed a failed communist state
into one of Europe's freest and fastest growing economies. This is an
elegant affair, typically packed to the rafters with influential policy
makers, business leaders, legislators, the social set and politically
active types. If you're not involved with Goldwater yet, go to their
website and sign up for email announcements, many simpler events are held
all year long. Arizona is lucky to have this first-rate conservative think
tank in its own backyard.

Arizona Breakfast Club
Coco's Banquet Room
N. side of Cactus Rd., 1/4 mi. W. of Tatum Blvd.
Sat., Sep. 6, 2008
Doors open 7:30 a.m., meeting ends 10 a.m.
All you can eat breakfast, $11

An intimate monthly gathering for nearly four decades, where libertarian
types meet, chat, and hear from significant players in the political arena.
Every first Saturday of the month. I go when I can, it's fun, good chance
to meet people.

Still time to get the discount on my new book --
The Heller Case: Gun Rights Affirmed"

Alan Korwin
Bloomfield Press
"We publish the gun laws."
4848 E. Cactus, #505-440
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
602-996-4020 Phone
602-494-0679 Fax
1-800-707-4020 Orders
Call, write, fax or click for free full-color catalog
(This is our address and info as of Jan. 1, 2007)

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"No one could make a greater mistake than he who did nothing
because he could do only a little."
--Edmund Burke
NRA Life Member
VFW Life Member
NMLRA Field Rep
North Central Arizona

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