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With only 11 days until the election, the NRA and NSSF are working overtime, making sure voters aligned with the Second Amendment know what a Hillary Clinton presidency would mean for gun owners.

The National Rifle Association, who has been in Hillary’s crosshairs for decades, released an urgent message to it’s members from CEO Wayne LaPierre:

“She will come for your guns, she will attack your right to carry, she will attack your most basic right to defend your family with a firearm in your home. And she will continue the disastrous policies of this administration to their inevitable conclusion, the creation of a new post freedom America,” LaPierre says in an impassioned video to the 5 million members of the NRA.

LaPierre also joined with NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris Cox to pen a letter on the importance of the upcoming election.

In part, the letter reads:

The stakes in this year’s presidential election could not be higher. For gun owners, the choice is clear.

Unlike previous anti-gun presidential nominees, who often tried to hide their support for gun control, Hillary Clinton has made the dismantling of our Second Amendment-protected rights a centerpiece of her campaign.

As Election Day draws near, gun owners must take every opportunity to defeat Hillary Clinton and to protect our firearm freedoms for present and future generations.

The threat we face from Hillary Clinton cannot be overstated. As the next president will nominate as many as four new Supreme Court justices, this election isn’t just about the next four years—it will impact the next 40 years. But working together, we can prevail on Election Day and save our freedom.

The National Shooting Sports Foundation, who is responsible for the #GUNVOTE messaging on social media, released this video featuring NSSF President Steve Sanetti:

“This election is about far more than just the presidential candidates,” Sanetti says in the video. “Control of both houses of congress, the supreme court and all the important appointments and executive orders the next president can make are all at stake.”

“So please, don’t sit this one out,” Sanetti asks.

We’ll second that request, Steve: PLEASE DO NOT SIT THIS ONE OUT.