The National Rifle Association told President Obama Wednesday night to name the time, name the place and get ready for a showdown.

Wayne LaPierre, CEO and executive vice president of the NRA, dared President Obama to meet him for a thorough debate on the Second Amendment.

"I'll meet you for a one-on-one, one-hour debate — with a mutually agreed-upon moderator — on any network that will take it. No pre-screened questions and no gas-bag answers," LaPierre said in a clip that debuted on Fox News Wednesday night.

The invitation comes a week after the gun organization said it would not participate in a town hall on gun control.

"Mr. President, pre-screened questions that lead to your long-winded answers are anything but an honest dialogue," LaPierre said. "Let's see if you're game for a fair debate. It's your chance to show the American people you're not afraid to meet the NRA on neutral ground."

During the event, Obama had also called out the NRA for ignoring his invitations to visit the White House for a discussion on guns.

"I'm not really interested in going over and talking to the president who doesn't have a basic level of respect or understanding of the Second Amendment and law-abiding gun owners in the country," Chris Cox, executive director of the NRA's lobbying arm, told Fox following the town hall.

The White House has not responded to the NRA's invitation.