Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally
Watch Representative Metcalfe, National Rifle Association Executive Vice President Wayne LaPierre (fourth from left) and all the rest of the "locked and loaded" speakers line up from the Fifth Annual Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally in the video library at RepMetcalfe.com.
Representative Daryl Metcalfe is "a double-barreled booster for gun rights and the political right."
--John Baer, Political Columnist, Philadelphia Daily News, April 28, 2010
In addition to Representative Metcalfe, some of the outstanding featured speakers at the Fourth Annual Right to Keep and Bear Arms
Rally included (From Left to Right): Larry Pratt, executive director, Gun Owners of America, Stephen Halbrook, nationally recognized author and Second Amendment defense attorney; Marinelle Thompson, founder, Second Amendment Sisters; John Sigler, president, National Rifle Association; Kim Stolfer, chairman, Firearms Owners Against Crime; and many others.
Overcoming the dual obstacles of Pennsylvania's extremely vocal, gun-grabbing governor and an increasingly gun control-skewed House Democrat majority, Representative Metcalfe's legislation to provide potential violent crime victims with an emergency license to carry a firearm was signed into law as an amendment to House Bill 1845 on Oct. 18, 2008.
"I would like to thank Representative Metcalfe and all those like him who are the real backbone of the effort to defend our Second Amendment rights which is truly the effort to defend our Republican liberties." -- Dr. Alan Keyes, author, constitutional scholar and keynote speaker at Third Annual Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally
Representative Metcalfe brought together a united coalition consisting of more than 40 pro-gun lawmakers, leading state and national Second Amendment advocates and hundreds of gun owners and outdoorsmen for the Third Annual Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally.
Representative Metcalfe fields questions from the media about the importance of Keeping Second Amendment Liberty in Pennsylvania Second to None
immediately following the Second Annual Right to Keep and Bear Arms Rally at the State Capitol.