Craig Storrs, Jr.

Executive Director

Craig Storrs, Jr. is the Executive Director of Pennsylvania Gun Rights and serves under the national affiliate, the National Association for Gun Rights. He handles the day-to-day aspects of Pennsylvania Gun Rights’ operations, including meeting with legislators, talking with members and donors, and researching legislation.

A Bethlehem, PA native, Craig earned his Bachelor of Science in Paralegal Studies from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. While at Liberty, Craig was actively involved in the Student Government and played an instrumental role in the crafting of Liberty’s concealed carry policy, which he is proud to see become the most robust campus concealed carry policy in the United States.

After obtaining his Bachelor’s in 2013, Craig went on to complete his Master of Arts in Public Policy in 2015, also from Liberty University.

Craig has a deep respect and understanding of Second Amendment issues and looks forward every day to fighting the gun control agenda in Harrisburg put forward by Democrats and weak-kneed Republicans.

Craig enjoys watching the University of Michigan football team, shooting firearms, and bringing as much political pain as possible to Democrats and Republicans alike.

Craig lives in Muhlenberg Township, PA and attends Victory Baptist Church in Bernville, PA with his wife Amanda and their 2-year-old son, Jeffrey.

Craig’s favorite firearm is his Smith & Wesson M&P .45.