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The mass shootings across the nation must stop.  By recognizing ALL of the Second Amendment – meaning the first 13 words of the Second Amendment, not just the last 14 – the NRA could help make this possible.  

If you are not sure what that means, please read the movie’s narration script at  This is the sixth and final draft.

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State,
the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

The point behind the trailer and the movie is that the NRA could play a vital part in stopping bad guys if only it would become more aware of what’s happening around them and recognize ALL of the Second Amendment.

This is the first of several trailers for GOOD GUYS WITH GUNS.  Watch it on the viewer above or go to   It’s only 2 minutes long and includes screecredits for all donors to date.

GOOD GUYS WITH GUNS is inspired by THIRTEEN WORDS — a book written by Edwin Vieira, Jr.  For those of you not familiar with Dr. Vieira’s work, he is one of the foremost Constitutional attorneys in the nation.  Among his books on the Second Amendment are The Sword and Sovereignty and By Tyranny Out Of Necessity – both available at

Please help us produce this important film by donating what you can at   These documentaries are done as a public service with funding by WE THE PEOPLE. We will accord you a producer, executive producer, associate producer, production associate or production assistant screencredit on the finished movie to acknowledge your donation.  Early donors will be prominently acknowledged, not only in the MAIN or END titles of the completed movie, but in THIS trailer and subsequent pre-production trailers.

Again, the mass-shootings that have been happening across the nation must be addressed.  The producers and sponsors of this film believe the only way they can be stopped is by “good guys with guns.”  This means WE THE PEOPLE need to encourage our gun organizations to step up training in the proper handling of arms appropriate to stave off attacks.  This also means WE THE PEOPLE and the NRA must take responsibility for bringing the first 13 words of the Second Amendment -– a Constitutional Militia — into the public consciousness, no matter what the gun-control lobby and the Mainstream Media say.

GOOD GUYS WITH GUNS will be our 9th feature-length documentary.  All of our movies are public service projects and you can screen all of them for free at or get them on higher-quality DVD at

Again, thank you for helping make these films possible.  You are greatly appreciated.  A “free state” and “a more perfect union” are made possible by men and women who care.







Why the NRA Should Support ALL of the Second Amendment


Movie Synopsis:

Every time there’s another mass-shooting at a church, school or public place, predictably the same “gun-control” lobby comes out and advocates yet more infringements of the Second Amendment.  More gun-free zones, more registration, more limits on weapons and accouterments that could save lives.

GOOD GUYS WITH GUNS explores the reasons the Founding Fathers gave WE THE PEOPLE a means of protecting ourselves, not only through the “individual right to keep and bear,” but through well-regulated state Militias.

Given the first 13 words of the Second Amendment — as well as 3 additional clauses in the U.S. Constitution – shouldn’t all Americans and gun associations be supporting ALL of the reasons the Framers wanted Americans to keep and bear?

A James Jaeger film, inspired by the book Thirteen Words, by Edwin Vieira, Jr.,


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  1. “That it is an indispensable duty which we owe to God, our country, ourselves and posterity,

    by all lawful ways and means in our power to maintain, defend and preserve those civil and religious rights and liberties, for which many of our fathers fought, bled and died, and to hand them down entire to future generations …

    and that the inhabitants of those towns and districts … do use their utmost diligence to acquaint themselves with the art of war as soon as possible, and do, for that purpose, appear under arms at least once every week.”
    -Dr. Joseph Warren, Suffolk Resolves, September 1774

    Thanks for this flick. Back in the day in Boston, only words like above were needed as a reminder.

  2. Well regulated means more than what is believed at first glance. It does not necessarily require us to think in the parlance of the military or any agency federal or civil.
    It does require a more comprehensive review of all that the word may signify.
    It is actually observable in nature.
    Proverbs 30:27 gives a glimpse of well regulated in the purest sense:
    “The locusts have no king, yet go they forth all of them by bands.”
    It is also expressed in the herd behavior of elephants when their calves are threatened.
    Well regulated must be understood to encompass every aspect of both order and virtue that runs through the population as a whole.
    It is this underlying principle that brought us recognition of our authorities but exists independently of the authorities we have chosen to acknowledge.
    The militia is “all the people,” and if all the people have become corrupted or bereft of the discipline of righteousness, then we are indeed in peril.
    I personally am opposed to any registration other than that which is desired by the owner of the property ( firearm) be it manufacturer, vendor in any capacity, or private citizen.
    When abuses are discovered, then and only then should enforcement action be taken.
    Like other uninformed actions such as “this is a gun free zone,” we have got to realize the person intending harm will do so irrespective of prohibitions to the contrary.
    There is no legitimate need for the government to have any registration data bases of firearm owners.
    Having said that, I am not opposed to qualifying a person to be free of defect denying possession. Should they come into possession upon or after being cleared is no one’s business but their own.
    We are always going to have evil in the world.

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