Traces of a Con — 1 Comment

  1. Gun Facts research and analysis are brilliant. As to The Trace and such similar, while their cynicism aggravates, I’m skeptical that they sway any of the undecided into the anti-gun column. I expect the purpose The Trace and such similar serve is to provide the appearance of facts to the anti-gun political activists and legislators.

    On an uplifting note, my group membership at a gun range has grown from 20 5 years ago to 28 this month. Further, the range has opened an additional location in quite a high-end socio-economic area.

    Nevertheless, the price of freedom is constant vigilance.

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