This letter will explain why CCDL was founded, and the mission we intend to fulfill.
After a lot of behind the scenes preliminary work from the founding members and others who came on board shortly after our first several meetings, we have chosen a direction based on voluntary action through “hands on” participation. Additionally, following much debate, we have decided to rely on voluntary financial contributions.
If we are to grow toward our vision, we will need ideas, input and, above all, involvement from everyone at every level. All ideas submitted during meetings are debated in committee and a consensus is then reached on future organizational structure. We encourage everyone to attend general meetings to get a feel for how they are conducted and offer your comments. Fresh input will be essential to becoming an effective state-wide organization commenting on issues concerning
Over the next several months, we will be asking for and identifying volunteers as committee heads to begin developing the guidelines we will use to achieve these goals:
- To begin a dialog with members of the Connecticut Legislature to ensure our views on firearms rights are clearly communicated.
- To convey contact information to members regarding laws our legislators may be introducing which could hinder or further our rights concerning firearms... The membership will then be requested to email, call or write their legislators to offer their positions on the language being proposed.
- To develop plans for public gatherings at appropriate locations deemed necessary to convey our message. (local and out of state)
- To carry the message gun ownership is a right given all citizens, in good standing, of this State. We want the public to know it is also a right for all citizens to be responsible for and prepared to defend their lives and liberty if needed.
As CCDL grows, and we accumulate knowledge, expertise and wisdom, the “welcome message” included in this statement, will surely evolve.
It is not enough for the gun owners of
Scott Wilson Sr.