BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) has unveiled a redesign of its website,, which significantly increases functionality and vastly improves the user experience.

In addition to an overall improved page flow and updated look, the new design provides visitors quick access to detailed information and educational programs. 

Notably, the new website includes quick access to a brand new “Current Legal Action” page where users can now easily access information related to SAF’s nation-leading litigation program, to include thorough case summaries, pleading documents and links to full case dockets. Visitors will also find dedicated links to SAF’s two current primary legal initiatives: Capture the Flag – challenging Red Flag Laws around the country – and the State Law Preemption Project, which challenges local and municipal gun controls enacted in violation of state preemption.  

“Just in time to celebrate SAF’s 50th anniversary, the new design and layout of will significantly improve the user experience when visiting our website,” said SAF Executive Director Adam Kraut. “We’re excited to offer improved functionality and accessibility to the information our members, supporters and the public at large need to stay informed about SAF’s important legal work.”

The new website also includes quick access to news releases, investigative journalism pieces and links to SAF’s corporate partner pages as well as to the “Submit a Case” page, where users are encouraged to submit their information if they feel their civil rights have been violated.

“We’ve been working on this upgrade for some time in order to make it as user-friendly as possible,” noted SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb. “SAF wants our website visitors to find whatever they are looking for quickly and easily. We’re moving forward, and we’ve completed this upgrade to make it easy for our members and supporters to come along.”

For more information or to view the new website, visit