Posted August 9, 2017 11:00 am by Comments

By Christen Smith

Gays Against Guns will crash a gun show in Pennsylvania this weekend for the second time in less than a month as the gun control advocacy group experiments with new forms of protest in its second year of existence.
The group, founded in the wake of the Pulse nightclub shooting last year, will hold a demonstration outside the Split Rock Gun Show scheduled for Saturday in Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania. Some protesters will wear a white veil and carry photos of local victims of gun violence, while others will hand out informational fliers containing statistics about gun-related deaths.
“We are firmly dedicated to the principle of presenting ourselves as educational — not confrontational,” the group said on its website this week. “We will not engage in arguments with anyone, and if we’re asked to leave, we’ll respectfully ask for a reason, but we will comply and we won’t be antagonistic.”
It’s the second protest of its kind for GAG. Last month, the group demonstrated on the steps of The Armory in Philadelphia as patrons filed in and out of a gun show being held inside.
Kevin Hertzog, co-founder of GAG, reflected on the experience for the group’s website, expressing his initial fear of approaching The

Source: Guns.com

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