Second Amendment Caucus
|Chairman||Thomas Massie (KY-4)|
|Founded||December 8, 2016|
|Ideology||Second Amendment rights advocacy|
|National affiliation||Republican Party|
|Seats in the House|
14 / 435
The Second Amendment Caucus, also known as the House Second Amendment Caucus, is a congressional caucus consisting of conservative and libertarian Republican members of the United States House of Representatives who support Second Amendment rights. It was formed in 2016 to "promote a pro-gun agenda" according to founding chairman Thomas Massie.
The Second Amendment Caucus was originally established in 2004 by Representative Marilyn Musgrave (R-CO) and existed under that name until 2008. Representative Paul Broun (R-GA) recreated it in 2009 and titled it the Second Amendment Task Force. Thomas Massie reestablished it in December 2016 in light of the 2016 election results with 13 other congressmen.
- Thomas Massie of Kentucky, Chairman
- Justin Amash of Michigan
- Brian Babin of Texas
- Ken Buck of Colorado
- James Comer of Kentucky
- Warren Davidson of Ohio
- Jeff Duncan of South Carolina
- Paul Gosar of Arizona
- Jody Hice of Georgia
- Mark Meadows of North Carolina
- Alex Mooney of West Virginia
- Scott Perry of Pennsylvania
- Ted Yoho of Florida
- Isidro, Lorenz (December 8, 2016). "PRESS RELEASE: Republican Congressmen Form the Congressional Second Amendment Caucus". Congressman Thomas Massie. Retrieved July 4, 2017.
- Gutowski, Stephen (December 9, 2016). "House Republicans Form Second Amendment Caucus". The Washington Free Beacon. Retrieved July 4, 2017.