BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation is pleased to announce that Luth-AR, LLC, founded by Randy Luth and based in Buffalo, Minn. is the gun rights organization’s newest Silver Corporate sponsor.
“We are delighted and honored that Luth-AR is participating in our ‘Corporate Sponsorship Program’ and especially the enthusiasm Randy Luth is showing for our work,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb. “Everybody in the firearms community recognizes Randy as the founder of D.P.M.S./Panther Arms, and as a leader in producing modern sporting rifles and components.”
“Luth-AR is proud to become a new Silver Corporate sponsor of the Second Amendment Foundation,” Luth said. “Alan Gottlieb has fought the fight for decades and continues to win in court on behalf of American gun owners. For this reason, we will continue to support Alan and his efforts.”
Over the past six months, Gottlieb observed, challenges facing gun owners and the firearms industry have intensified since the current administration took office with its extremist gun control agenda. He promised that SAF will continue in its leading role as a defender of the Second Amendment through education and litigation.
“SAF has been in the front line trenches for many years,” Gottlieb stated. “The support we are receiving from corporate sponsors such as Luth-AR keeps us in the fight. We’re glad that Randy Luth and his crew will be right there along with us in our campaign to win back firearms freedom, one lawsuit at a time.
“There should be no doubt we are up against the most fanatical anti-gun threat in history,” he added. “Joe Biden has never been friendly to the Second Amendment and he has been joined by Kamala Harris, whom we sued while she was attorney general in California. Supported by Capitol Hill Democrats and billionaire-backed gun prohibition lobbying groups, their goal is to trample the Second Amendment into the dustbin of history.
“With dedicated corporate sponsors like Randy Luth,” Gottlieb observed, “we’re standing in their way.”