Recently Kim Stolfer, President of Firearm Owners Against Crime (FOAC) spoke to our members and distributed literature about upcoming legislation in Harrisburg that firearm owners should be aware of.
Below is the contact information for the FOAC and links that you can use for quick reference on a daily basis. Closer to elections, the website will also give their opinion on persons seeking election/re-election in the State of Pennsylvania. We also have links to their free trial membership and paid memberships.
(412) 221-3346, Phone
(412) 257-1099, Fax
(412) 352-5018, Cell
Laws that you are governed by in Pennsylvania:
Latest news of interest to gun owners collected by the FOAC:
Pennsylvania Booklet: Pennsylvania Laws Relating to Firearms:
Free Trial membership
Different Membership levels
Firearm Owners Against Crime (FOAC) is a non-partisan, non-connected all-volunteer Political Action Committee organized to empower ‘all’ gun owners, outdoors enthusiasts and supporters of the 2nd Amendment to the Bill of Rights of the U.S. Constitution and Article 1 Section 21 and 25 of the PA Constitution with the tools and information necessary to protect freedom from transgression. FOAC was formed shortly after the City of Pittsburgh's illegal gun and ammunition ban of 1993. This was an active year for gun legislation in Pennsylvania (Act 84 of 1994-HB 185 the preemption law, Casey's gun ban) and the United States (Brady Bill, Assault Weapons Ban...). A number of those who fought the Pittsburgh gun ban realized that a more politically active role was necessary if we were to keep and protect our rights. FOAC became a formal statewide Political Action Committee in early 1994.
We vigorously oppose legislators who want to restrict the legitimate use of firearms, including personal and property protection as guaranteed by the Constitutions of the United States and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. We accomplish these goals by monitoring and reviewing legislative initiatives and voting records of elected officials. This information is shared with interested parties, such as County Sportsmen’s Leagues, the PA Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs, the Unified Sportsmen of PA, the Eastern Firearms Coalition, the Concerned Gun Owners of PA, PA Gun Owners Association, PA State Camp Lessees Association and other interested organizations at both the state and county level.