BELLEVUE, WA – North American Arms, producer of a highly-regarded line of mini-revolvers, has joined the Second Amendment Foundation’s “Corporate Sponsorship Program” as a Bronze Level supporter for 2022.

“It’s a great honor for us to have North American Arms as a key supporter for the next year,” said SAF founder and Executive Vice President Alan M. Gottlieb. “The enthusiasm for NAA’s Sandy Chisholm is very gratifying, and I’m taking this opportunity to thank him publicly for his generous support. We look forward to working with him this year and in the years ahead.”

North American Arms has become famous for its mini-revolvers, and its line of semi-automatic Guardian pistols. The tiny pocket-sized revolvers have a reputation for reliability and craftsmanship second to none.

Considering everything that has happened over the past nine months since the current administration was sworn in, Gottlieb said the entire firearms community from consumers to manufacturers is facing a daunting challenge. He vowed that SAF will be continuing in its leading role as a defender of the Second Amendment through education and litigation across the nation as it has done for more than four decades.

“We’re fighting a new administration that has already drawn the battle lines and shown its disdain for the right to keep and bear arms, and for the people who exercise that right daily,” Gottlieb observed. “The support we are receiving from corporate sponsors including North American Arms cannot be over-stated. We are at a critical moment, and Sandy Chisholm and his crew are right there with us, and for that we will be forever grateful.”

SAF has been challenging restrictive gun control laws in state and federal courts for more than 40 years. The landmark 2010 Supreme Court case of McDonald v. City of Chicago that nullified Chicago’s 30-year-old handgun ban and incorporated the Second Amendment to the states via the 14th Amendment was a SAF case.