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The founder of Kahr Arms has donated $25,000 to three gun-rights groups to help the firearms industry combat gun-control measures rolling out in several states.
The donation from Justin Moon will be split among the NRA's Firearms Civil Rights Defense Fund, NRA's Freedom Action Foundation, and the National Shooting Sports Foundation's Political Action Committee.
"Educating society and voters regarding the history and background of the Second Amendment is crucial to the survival of our nation as a constitutional republic," said Frank Harris, Kahr's vice president of sales and marketing. "Current events, which brought on the onset of many restrictive new gun laws, do not provide a safer society, but rather they only infringe on the rights of responsible gun owners and violate the principles established by our Founding Fathers."
The NRA's Firearms Civil Rights Defense Fund is supporting the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association's pending lawsuit challenging New York's assault weapons ban.