GCO Urges Stone Mountain, Glynn County to Repeal Gun Ordinances

GCO has written letters to the Stone Mountain Memorial Association and the Glynn County Chairman, asking both entities to repeal their ordinances regulating firearms.  Copies of those letters may be viewed here:

Glynn County Letter

SMMA Letter

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2 Responses to “GCO Urges Stone Mountain, Glynn County to Repeal Gun Ordinances”

  1. ICP Juggalo Says:

    Hell Yeah! One of the main reasons I became involved with GCO is to take it to Stone Mountain Park. I am glad to see GCO going after them. I really hope the courts slap SMMA across the lips and bring them in line with the rest of the state create authorities

  2. rambling_one Says:

    We’re a retired couple from Maryland with friends who live in St. Mountain. We use the park’s RV facility while visiting them, but hate leaving my licensed firearm at “home” because up-scale eating establishments in the area serve alcohol. Hopefully, Governor Perdue will sign HB89.