CONCORD,NH- Second amendment supporters held a rally Saturday at the State House as part of National gun appreciation day .
The rally was held as a means to protest President Obama's plan to ban assault-style weapons and limiting access to high-capacity magazines, following the tragedy in Newtown Connecticut.
While those who disagree with the president's plan say not only will the ban not reduce gun violence, but will is also an infringement on their rights.
On hand at Saturday's rally was James Marron of Guns Across America who said, " We just want the government to know we don't want any infringement of our rights, so we're going to ask the state what they are going to do to protect us pretty much".
At the same time supporters of the president's plan are asking faith-based organizations to observe what is being described as a national gun violence prevention Sabbath.