Wyoming Senate Moving on SAPA Legislation! Will Missouri?

Two days ago, the Wyoming Senate Judiciary considered and then voted to advance our sister organization’s Second Amendment Preservation Act by a unanimous vote of 5-0! 

Michael Bloomberg’s lobbyists tried to kill it, the National Shooting Sports lobbyist tried to kill it, and lobbyists representing certain anti-gun sheriffs tried to stop it. Thankfully they all failed, despite hours of testimony.

The Second Amendment Preservation Act will be voted on the in the full Wyoming Senate at any moment, in fact, it may be happening as you read this.

So the real question for gun owners here in Missouri is will our State Senate follow suit, and finish the fight over SAPA legislation, or will they allow the bill to die?


As you may remember, the Second Amendment Preservation Act (H.B. 85) has already passed the House but still needs to go through the Senate before it can be placed on the Governor’s desk.

But before that can happen, the Senate General Laws Committee needs to vote to advance this critical legislation. And while they’ve been on spring break this week, next week they are back at work and the committee needs to hear from you right away.

 As you’ve no doubt heard, Nancy Pelosi rammed H.R. 8 — Joe Biden’s bill to register every gun owner in America — through the House last week.

This bill is now in the U.S. Senate. If passed, H.R. 8 will lay the foundation for eventual gun confiscation in America, which is why the gun-grabbers want to pass this bill so badly.

Not to be outdone, Dianne Feinstein unveiled a massive, 125-page long bill that would ban your AR-15 along with over 200 additional semi-automatic rifles, pistols and shotguns.

All of this underscores the necessity of Missouri lawmakers taking action on the Second Amendment Preservation Act (SAPA), which would nullify ALL of Joe Biden’s gun control agenda in our state!


And the great news is that unlike other versions of this legislation that have been around in the past, MOFC’s SAPA legislation has real TEETH!

So if a state, county or municipal agency violates your gun rights by enforcing a federal gun control law — in violation of Missouri’s SAPA law — you could take that agency right into civil court for immediate relief and damages!

This is the same legislation that our sister organizations are advancing in states like Iowa, Wyoming, Ohio, Minnesota, Georgia — but Missouri is ahead of them all, with the bill already passing the House! 

We can’t let up now. 

The members of the Missouri Firearms Coalition have made tremendous progress over the last seven years, turning Missouri into one of the most pro-gun states in the country.

But we could lose that freedom without SAPA legislation, if the federal government passes the monstrosities that they are currently debating. The General Laws Committee must act on H.B. 85!


After you’ve sent your email to the committee, please make a donation so that we can get the word out about this bill to as many gun owners as possible.

Nothing moves in Jeff City without being pushed.

So help us mobilize as many gun owners as possible, to push for this legislation, with a generous donation TODAY!

For Missouri,

Aaron Dorr
Political Director
Missouri Firearms Coalition 

P.S. The Wyoming Senate Judiciary Committee recently approved our sister organization’s Second Amendment Preservation Act by a vote of 5-0 and the bill may receive a floor vote today!

The question is, will the Missouri Senate fight for gun owners here like the Wyoming Senate is fighting for their gun owners?

MOFC’s SAPA legislation (H.B. 85) has passed the House and is awaiting action in the Senate General Laws Committee. The legislature is coming back from their spring break on Monday, so please send a PRE-WRITTEN EMAIL urging action on SAPA law NOW!

After you’ve sent your email to the committee, please forward this email to every gun owner you know in Missouri and ask them to send in their email in support of H.B. 85, too.

And if you can, please make a donation to the Missouri Firearms Coalition, so that we can continue to get the word out about this badly needed legislation!