A Note from the Founder
Hopefully it’s obvious from the company name, the Liberty Bell Logo & even the model numbers of our receivers that we honor and cherish the Constitution of the United States! As you should expect, we are strongly & actively engaged in defending the 2nd Amendment & the “right of the people to keep and bear Arms” that it protects. We also recognize that many other personal rights & freedoms that are protected by our Constitution are under serious attack. We plead with every Citizen of this great Republic to remember the vital importance of actively supporting & defending ALL of the rights enumerated and protected by our US Constitution & to defend them with the same patriotism, passion, energy & effort we put into defending the 2nd Amendment.
In support of that effort Founding Fathers Founding Fathers Armory includes a pocket size copy of our US Constitution with every product we sell. We do this in the sincere effort of securing the blessings of Life, liberty & Happiness for Ourselves, our Posterity, & our entire Nation
Our Founding Fathers were smart, honest and just men. It's sad that many Americans will never truly understand what these brave men gave us and even sadder still that so many Americans have no desire to understand their contributions to this great Republic. I chose the name Founding Fathers Armory as a way to honor them and in hopes that it would provide me with opportunities to discuss the US Constitution and the Founding Fathers with greater frequency. If you believe that the “right of the people to keep and bear Arm shall not be infringed" then speak up, share your thoughts and feelings about this sacred right. Keep the Constitution with you and use it often. It's important to remember that it’s not just about defending the 2nd Amendment; it's about defending the entire Constitution and Bill of Rights. Know it, understand it, cherish it and discuss it!
Additional copies of the Pocket Constitution, Constitutional books, games, educational materials & more are available through the:
National Center for Constitutional Studies @ www.NCCS.net