ABC’s 20/20 recently reported on accidental gun deaths of children in the US and The Blaze, among others, have called into question the data and statistics used by 20/20 in their report.
Joins us and Project Child Safe in securing firearms. One accidental death is too many.
Is this the best way to move forward with a bill that might actually make sense? Naming it after one of he most outspoken and ill-informed opponents of gun rights in America may be akin to spitting in the wind.
read the article at: http://www.kjrh.com/news/political/oklahoma-state-sen-dahm-names-gun-bill-after-piers-morgan-that-would-allow-unlicensed-carrying
The National Shooting Sports Foundation has released an in depth report outlining the economic impacts of target shooting in America. The report, broken down by state shows that an overwhelming proportion of dollars spent each year on firearms, ammunition, and accessories revolves around target and informal shooting. For Utah, where GunView is based, this equated to spending in 2011 of $243,595,612 and 2,565 jobs according to the report.
Read the full report and about your state here: http://issuu.com/nssfpublications/docs/nssf_target_shooting_in_america_rep?e=2322682/5987375
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President Obama appointed judge hold up second amendment in Chicago. Decision is applauded by NRA lobbyists while Chicago mayor looks for ways to continue weapons bans.