JANUARY 30, 2013-Firearms owners are fired up over a possible change in legislation prompting hundreds to attend a town hall meeting tonight in Mckean.
It was shoulder to shoulder standing room only as more than 300 people filled the shooting range for the town hall meeting at Bob's Gun Shop.
A majority of those in attendance were gun owners.
Some worried their second amendment rights would be stripped away following Senator Dianne Feinstein's proposed legislation to ban 157 makes and models of military-style assault rifles, pistols, shotguns and semi-automatic weapons.
Congressmen Mike Kelly and Glenn Thompson were also on hand taking questions and speaking out about legislation and sandy hook.
Kelly praised the crowd for exercising their first amendment rights and called on the crowd to say enough is enough.
Thompson hinted that a ban on weapons is uncalled for saying it's a behavioral and mental health issue, not a gun control issue.
Both supporters and those who want a change in legislation attended, but the overall town hall meeting was peaceful.