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GRPC 2016

Come meet national gun rights leaders and your fellow grassroots activists at the 31st Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC 2016) in Tampa, Florida at the DoubleTree by Hilton on September 23, 24, & 25, 2016. This is your once-a-year chance to network, get an insider look and plan pro-gun rights strategies for the coming year. Past GRPCs have outlined victory plans and made public the latest firearms trends. They allow you a first-hand chance to hear movement leaders–and make your voice heard. This year we’ll take a look at critical issues such as: city gun bans, “smart” guns, concealed carry, federal legislation, legal actions, gun show regulation and state and local activity. The full roster of GRPC 2016 speakers has not yet been set. Past speakers include: Alan M. Gottlieb, Joseph P. Tartaro, Eugene Volokh, Wayne LaPierre, Michael Reagan, Larry Elder, Rep. Bob Barr, John Lott, Mark Walters, Sandy Froman, Rick Patterson, Gene Hoffman, Tim Schmidt, AWR Hawkins, Massad Ayoob, Tom Gresham, Alan Gura, G. Gordon Liddy, Larry Pratt, Emily Miller and many others.

Hotel Information

The conference will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton. The address is:
4500 W Cypress St
Tampa, FL 33607

Register for 2016 GRPC

Pre-Registration for GRPC is now open.

GRPC Registration

Conference Schedule

The final details are still being determined, but the conference times are:

Friday, September 23rd — Evening reception only (7 pm – 9 pm)
Saturday, September 24th – Conference all day (8 am – 6 pm) and Evening reception (6:30 pm – 8:30 pm)
Sunday, September 25th – Conference half day (8 am – 1 pm)

Past GRPC Events

  • 2015: Phoenix, Arizona
  • 2014: Chicago, Illinois (Audio for the entire conference is here.)
  • 2013: Houston, Texas (Audio for the entire conference is here.)
  • 2012: Orlando, Florida (Audio for the entire conference is here.)
  • 2011: Chicago, Illinois
  • 2010: San Francisco, California
  • 2009: St. Louis, Missouri
  • 2008: Phoenix, Arizona
  • 2007: Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 2006: Charlotte, North Carolina
  • 2005: Los Angeles, California
  • 2004: Washington, D.C.
  • 2003: Houston, Texas
  • 2002: Phoenix, Arizona
  • 2001: Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 2000: Washington, D.C.
  • 1999: St. Louis, Missouri
  • 1998: Seattle, Washington
  • 1997: Denver, Colorado
  • 1996: Washington, D.C.
  • 1995: Dallas, Texas
  • 1994: San Francisco, California
  • 1993: Washington, D.C.
  • 1992: Los Angeles, California
  • 1991: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
  • 1990: Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1989: Atlanta, Georgia
  • 1988: Dallas, Texas
  • 1987: Buffalo, New York
  • 1986: Seattle, Washington