Second Amendment

Gun rights advocate Ehline

Michael Ehline is an honorably discharged, disabled United States Marine. Ehline became a sworn, practicing California lawyer before he earned his Juris Doctorate with no undergrad.

Typical of the patriots who support the Heller Foundation, Ehline donates his time to educate women about firearms. Also, he helps other vulnerable members of our society understand their civil and unalienable rights of self-defense.

Ehline practices personal injury law in Los Angeles, as well as civil rights. This means that Michael helps people hurt in car accidents and other serious catastrophic events. Civil rights include the right to keep and bear arms. Owning guns means being in “good order,” and that means well trained.

Accordingly, Michael teaches law and history classes for gun owners. Michael also lobbies Congress for stronger consumer rights. Most importantly, Michael advocates women’s rights. This means he supports carry rights for females.

Background in Firearms and Self Defense.

Ehline trained with USMC Primary Marksmanship Instructors from the age of 12 onwards. Ehline has trained in Judo since the age of 4. He also studied Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under Rey Diogo of Culver City. Michael presently trains in CQB and long range sniper tactics with retired USMC Gunnery Sergeant, Victor Lopez.

Victor leads the way in California firearms training.  This means he is expert in the correct safety and use of firearms. With a team like this supporting Heller in California, Ehline hopes to turn back magazine and centerfire rifle bans.

Supporting Your Rights Daily.

In Ehline, you have no greater friend and no worse enemy when it comes to defending the rights of free Americans. If you wish to reach out to Ehline, contact him at (213) 596-9642.