Each year we are lucky enough to be joined by some of the greatest minds and most influential public spokespeople of the gun rights movement. This year we are pleased to announce the following speakers.
Representative Matt Gabler — State Legislator
Representative Gabler is a young experienced incumbent who has a clear understanding of the importance of constitutional freedoms and the consequences of ignoring these rights. He has a 100% voting record according to Firearm Owners Against Crime and can be depended upon to proactively introduce legislation to remedy the problems that currently exists in uniform firearms act.
Tim Krieger — State Legislator
Representative Krieger is an attorney and a veteran who has worked tirelessly to bring accountability to government and to protect our right to bear arms through his whole career in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives representing citizens of the 57th District. Representative Krieger has challenged government and the associated agencies regarding their interpretations of current firearms law and has introduced proactive legislation to correct the flaws therein.
Representative Daryl Metcalfe — State Legislator
As a Pennsylvania State Representative Daryl Metcalfe has been one of Pennsylvania gun owners’ steadfast allies in the fight against the gun ban lobby trying to push failed gun control schemes the public doesn’t support.
Captain (Ret.) Sean Parnell
U.S. Army Combat Veteran, Ranger and author of the New York Times Bestseller “Outlaw Platoon”
Larry Pratt — Executive Director, Gun Owners of America
Larry Pratt has been the executive director of GOA for over 30 years and has dedicated that time towards “no-compromise” pro gun lobbying and action.
Representative Rick Saccone — State Legislator
As a former federal law enforcement officer and also a retired veteran of the United States Air Force, Rep. Saccone is an individual committed to the Constitution. He is a Republican legislator from the 39th House District who has introduced numerous pieces of legislation to improve and correct current Pennsylvania gun laws.