I just wanted to let everyone know that the Birch Run Gun show was really eye-opening. 9 out of 10 people did not know what a podcast was. Reaching out with my GRRN education card was definitely the right call. Some people were excited to learn about it's existence!
There were also those who did not care, which made me sad. I think a lot of that is technophobia. They did not want computers, and did not care that the next generation is all on computers (being reached by a tech-savvy anti-gun media).
Teaching just your children about gun rights and responsibilities is not enough. We have to reach beyond our own families, past our comfort zones and teach others what the 2nd amendment is all about. Just because you took your grandson squirrel hunting when he was 8 does not mean he won't join an anti-gun group while chasing a girl at college at 20. Who is he listening to?
Complacency is what's hurting this movement, I hope that the GRRN can help eliminate this and stir hearts up for something that will help this country's future.
Get the cards and hand them out, place them in your bills that you mail, hand them out with tips at restaurants. Any other ideas?http://www.armedcitizenpodcast.com/
I have boxes of cards, if you are interested, contact me and we'll figure out a price.