The group fronted by Westchester County Democrats is launching a pre-attack on Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino for attending a pro-gun rights rally that the New York chapter of the National Rifle Association is staying away from.

“A good sign you’re out of touch with average New Yorkers: when you’re willing to associate with groups more extreme than the N.R.A.,” said the group known as the “Astorino Truth Squad.”

Tom King of New York Rifle and Pistol Association told The Daily News’ Ken Lovett he won’t be attending the Albany event on Tuesday, which will also feature businessman Donald Trump and 2010 candidate for governor, Buffalo’s Carl Paladino.

The rally against the SAFE Act, a signature gun control package Cuomo pushed through the Legislature in 2013, is also expected to touch on other issues for the conservative base of the Republican Party, ranging from hydrofracking and abortion.