2000 NRA Members' Meeting: Kayne Robinson

Charlotte, NC

This speech compares the England gun ban to current U.S. anti-gun efforts. NRA First Vice President Kayne Robinson addresses members at the 2000 Members Meeting in Charlotte, North Carolina and draws parallels between the events leading up to the foreign gun ban and domestic instant background check. "If we had never agreed to registration," Robinson quotes a former English gun owner, "there couldn't have been confiscation." Anti-gun groups, according to Robinson, are out to drive up the cost of guns, inflict red tape on gun owners and register their names until the eighty million law-abiding armed citizens becomes only thousands.

NRA First Vice President Kayne Robinson speaks to NRA members in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Kayne Robinson