Tag: Video


12
Jan 2018
Top 5 Gun Law Misconceptions

The law is very broad, widely interpreted and often misunderstood. Don’t find yourself in a situation where misinterpretation causes you to go from singing Auld Lang Syne to Jailhouse Rock. Watch independent program attorney Robert Robles share the top 5 self-defense laws most often misunderstood in Oklahoma....

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07
Jan 2018
Help Thy Neighbor

Everyone who chooses to own and/or carry a firearm may one day be forced to make the decision to intervene (or to not intervene) in a fight or conflict between or among other people. Regardless of how you think you will (or should) respond, the most important thing is to prepare yourself ahead of time by knowing the law and the potential consequences that could follow if you choose to involve yourself in a third party conflict while carrying....

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31
Dec 2017
Exercising 2nd Amendment Rights at OU Basketball Game

On December 19, 2017, Don Spencer (President of the Oklahoma Second Amendment Association) purchased a ticket to the OU basketball game with the intention to attend the game while carrying a (legal) pocket knife into the basketball arena. OU has a "policy" that does not allow anyone to bring in knives or any type of weapon into the arena. Upon entering the arena, everyone must pass through a security station much like you would do at the airport. Everyone must walk through a metal detector and empty their pockets to ensure that no one will bring in contraband or weapons. We have been receiving reports from OK2A members that OU security personnel have been forcing people to return to their vehicle(s) to store their pocket knives in their vehicles because of their restrictive policy regarding knives and other weapons....

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28
Dec 2017
Traffic Stop with a Gun in Oklahoma

What do you do if you are stopped by the police while carrying a firearm in Oklahoma? In this video from U.S. Law Shield, you'll learn what the best practices are during a routine traffic stop in Oklahoma, what your rights are, and what the law says about a traffic stop while carrying a firearm in Oklahoma....

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16
Dec 2017
Senator Dahm on the Right to Bear Arms

It's no secret that Oklahoma State Senator Nathan Dahm is a die-hard constitutionalist and a strong believer in our nation's founding principles. OK2A has worked hard alongside Senator Dahm to successfully fight for Second Amendment rights in Oklahoma, and we hope that his influence will only grow stronger as he continues to capitalize on every opportunity to stand up for our God-given constitutional rights here in Oklahoma. We are fortunate to benefit from his continual influence at the state capitol....

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13
Oct 2016
Exposing Rep. Mike Christian

Recently Rep. Mike Christian, a candidate for Oklahoma County Sheriff, recently touted his support of the Constitution and the 2nd Amendment as one reason Oklahoma County voters should elect him as their sheriff. But, does Rep. Christian really support the 2nd Amendment? Watch this video to discover the truth about Mike Christian's 2nd Amendment record. In 2015, Mike Christian was the first Republican to receive an "F" rating from OK2A. For the first few years in the legislature, Mike Christian was very pro-2nd Amendment for the first few years, but then something happened. Watch the video to find out more!...

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18
Apr 2016
Could Handguns be Banned in Oklahoma?

Could handguns be banned in Oklahoma? Tim Gillespie, Co-Founder of OK2A.org, explains why the Oklahoma Constitution needs to be amended to protect the right to keep and bear arms in Oklahoma. Watch Tim Gillespie in this 6 minute video as he explains Oklahoma Constitution SECTION II-26, which covers bearing arms – carrying weapons. It reads: It reads: The right of a citizen to keep and bear arms in defense of his home, person, or property, or in aid of the civil power, when thereunto legally summoned, shall never be prohibited; but nothing herein contained shall prevent the Legislature from regulating the carrying of weapons....

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