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Keep and Bear Arms

The Right to Keep and Bear Arms Webring

Mission Statement:
The RIGHT to Keep And Bear Arms is guaranteed us by the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America. The RKBA Webring exists to join together websites that support our right and seek to raise awareness of the unabashed attack on our constitutionally-affirmed liberties.

In order to be admitted to the webring, a site must have content that would be of interest to individuals seeking information related to the right to keep and bear arms.


  • Your site must be RKBA related or have strong firearm content.
  • Your site must not contain racist remarks or content.
  • Your site must not advocate unconstitutional opposition to the government of the United States.
  • Your site must not contain material of an adult nature, including excessive profanity.


You must install the webring controls.

If you want to significantly alter the code, the changes must be approved by the Ringmaster.

  • If your RKBA page is part of a larger site, the controls must be on the RKBA page.
  • If your entire site is relevant to the webring, we prefer the controls be on the main page, but we require only that they be on the page webring visitors arrive at.
  • Any variations to these requirements must be approved by the Ringmaster.

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The said Constitution be never construed to prevent the people of the United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms. Samuel Adams, during Massachusetts's Convention to Ratify the Constitution (1788).

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