100% Firearms Liberty for South Carolina…

Welcome to Palmetto Gun Rights (PGR) - the only “No Compromise” gun rights group in South Carolina!

But what does “No Compromise” mean?

We believe in 100% firearms liberty for South Carolina.

We believe the Second Amendment is the only “permit” you should need to keep and bear arms.

So we will never trade away your rights.

We will never accept political excuses or backroom deals.

We will never consider do-nothing legislation a “victory” for gun owners.

And gun owners’ rights have been slipping away in the past few decades.

For far too long, establishment, access-based, gun lobbying organizations here in South Carolina have sold out gun owners and liberty lovers for political expediency and personal gain.

Our mission is to empower citizens with the knowledge they need to hold politicians and elected officials accountable for their anti-gun views and preserve our Second Amendment rights.

With our dedicated, expanding membership of grassroots activists, PGR is leading the charge to halt the radical anti-gun agenda across South Carolina.

But our effectiveness in the battle against the gun grabbers depends entirely on the support of gun rights supporters like you.

We welcome all South Carolinians who believe in gun rights to join PGR and participate in the ever-growing movement to take back our rights and liberty in South Carolina.

Latest News:

Republicans Compromising Already?
I wish it wasn't true, but here we are again.
Republicans Kill Constitutional Carry Again!
Yesterday evening, Speaker Jay Lucas and Majority Leader Gary Simrill killed two pro-gun proposals without debate or even a vote!
Banning Guns to Stop a Virus?
The Saluda County Council just declared a “State of Disaster” in response to the spread of COVID-19 and passed gun control in the process!

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