In conjunction with:

Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners                   Michigan Open Carry                    



Second Amendment March was founded in 2009 for the purpose of organizing a nationwide pro-Second Amendment Rally in Washington, D.C.  The original event took place in 2010. Since that event we have focused on Michigan events, working in conjunction with Michigan's largest gun rights organizations.

What: A peaceful gathering to demonstrate the political strength of Michigan's legal gun owners and Second Amendment advocates

When: Tuesday, April 29 2014 starting at 9:45 a.m.

Where: Starts at the corner of Cedar and Michigan in Lansing (or if you prefer, just go directly to the Capitol Building)

The Details:

Michigan's Second Amendment March will be held on Tuesday, April 29th at Michigan's Capitol. The march will begin at 9:45 a.m. with a sidewalk procession from the corner of Michigan and Cedar to the Capitol. Speakers and entertainment are TBD. The Michigan Legislature is in session that day. We'll be showing them the political strength of Michigan's legal gun owners. The march is being organized by Skip Coryell's Second Amendment March and jointly promoted and funded by the Michigan Coalition for Responsible Gun Owners, Michigan Open Carry, and Michigan Gun Owners.

Second Amendment March in the News

 Thank you to all who attended Second Amendment March on March 20th.  The attendance was estimated at around 1,200 people.  What a success -- especially considering the weather that day!

Below are just a few links to reports on the march.


Hundreds of people -- many with rifles -- flock to state Capitol for gun rally; one of 'safest places in Lansing'


Second Amendment March held in Lansing


Gun Guidelines and Law

 Firearms are allowed at the rally



Guidelines and laws*

Michigan has different laws for those with a concealed pistol permit (CPL) and those without one. 

This will serve as some suggestions and some explanations of the various laws in this regard.


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