Armed Citizen Project Launches Redistribution of Firepower Program in TX, FL

Monday, July 15, 2013 | ACP | ACP
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Armed Citizen Project Launches Redistribution of Firepower Program in TX, FL

Houston , TX– July 15, 2013 – In anticipation of the group’s inaugural National Empowerment Day on August 10th, the Armed Citizen Project  is pleased to announce their latest effort to maximize the number of responsible gun owners in America; Armed Citizen Project’s Redistribution of Firepower Program.

The group’s founder, Kyle Coplen said “We see this as a buyback we can believe in, one that removes old and unused firearms from homes of existing gun owners, and uses them to create new responsible gun owners in our own communities.”   

Residents of Texas and Florida can now donate their unused firearms to ACP, and will receive a number of gifts, including one raffle ticket to win a custom painted AR-15 with custom made, 3-D printed 30-round magazine. 

More importantly, donors will receive one transferable “Empowerment Scholarship,” giving them the opportunity to ensure that ACP trains and arms members of their own community.  “We all know a single mom or widow, or retiree who would benefit from being trained and armed with a free pump action shotgun.”    

The Armed Citizen Project plans on training as many as 500 women nationally on August 10th, National Empowerment Day, and is arming entire neighborhoods in crime ridden cities. 

The Armed Citizen Project is fighting the Liberal War on Women… one free shotgun at a time.     

The Armed Citizen Project is funded through private donations made through their website, www.armedcitizenproject.org, and will also accept contributions of firearms.

We are empowering citizens and deterring crime, one free shotgun at a time.

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