Sandy Froman: 2001 NRA Members' Meeting

Kansas City, MO

Froman explains why the whole gun-owning community is worth protecting. The NRA second vice president shares her personal story of how and why she joined the national gun rights movement 20 years ago after an intruder tried to break into her house. For Froman, being a firearms owner means "never again depending on someone else for [her] own safety," but she emphasizes that the freedom to protect herself comes from a right granted in the U.S. Constitution-one that requires no further justification-to keep and bear arms.

NRA Second Vice President Sandy Froman speaks to NRA members in Kansas City, Missouri.