The Truth About Gun Control

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The Truth About Gun Control

A great info graphic from our friends at Ammunition Depot. All of us want a peaceful America—a safe America—not just for us but for our children and our children’s children. But how can we realize this dream if we can’t agree on how to protect ourselves—if we can’t agree on what our gun laws should be? The argument for stricter gun policies continues to rage back and forth yet strays further away from an end. To make matters worse, a lot of media companies sensationalize stories, fabricate news, and shift the spotlight from a criminal’s sin to the criminal’s gun in order to increase their viewership ratings. Incomplete and incorrect news leads to ill-informed individuals, whose voices will just distort the debate. We don’t want that, and you shouldn’t either. That’s why we’ve created this infographic, to educate Americans on the truth about gun control. There are plenty of misconceptions out there and we want to cut straight through the lies with cold hard facts. After all, would you rather rely on fake news or federal statistics?

 
The Truth About Gun Control

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  • I lived in Massachusetts for thirty years before I retired and moved to Indiana. When I first walked into a gun shop here in Indiana it hit me just how oppressive the anti gun culture and legislature was in Massachusetts. I have not lived in Massachusetts for two years but remarkably The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security found my Indiana address somehow and sent me the letter that ya’ll undoubtedly received regarding the confiscation of bump stocks. I was shocked that they would send such notices to out of state addresses nearly a thousand miles away and moreover could apparently get away with this unconstitutional seizure of individual property. I also heard that they went further in completely outlawing high capacity magazines that were owned before 1994 and as with the bump stocks declared that there was no longer any legal avenue to possessing either. There is apparently no end to the overreach of Maura Healey and the state legislature. When I retired I told people that I was leaving Massachusetts and moving back to America; I did not tell the authorities that I would be leaving Massachusetts and I would not be surprised to find out that they have some law requiring me to notify them as such just like they required that I tell them if I moved within the state. The old joke about everything being illegal in Massachusetts is no joke, it is pathetic reality.

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