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Definitions for some of the more commonly used terms and phrases in the gun debate.
What is an "assault weapon"?
An AR-15, M1 Garand or M1 Carbine? A Winchester Model 100, Remington 11-87 or Marlin Model 60? Maybe pump-action rifles and shotguns, too?
Some anti-gunners call even a two-round gun "large."
Gun control supporters claim they know how many rounds of ammunition a person "needs" for self-defense, but Americans can decide that question for themselves.
Setting the record straight on "assault weapons" and magazines.
There is much misinformation being circulated by politicians, media and gun control activists on these important firearm issues — this section tackles some of the most population misconceptions.
March 11, 2013
February 15, 2013
Continuing his charge against the Obama administration on gun control proposals, Wayne LaPierre of the National Rifle Association charged Thursday that President Barack Obama's proposals in the State of the Union address were "not about keeping kids safe at school" but rather part of a broad campaign to "dismantle the Second Amendment."
February 14, 2013
Gun control "deserves a vote," President Obama said time and again in his State of the Union speech on Tuesday. Sadly, the measure Congress is most likely to pass -- beefed up background checks -- may cause more harm than good.First, checks obviously won't do anything about gun crime in cities like Chicago or New York, which revolves almost exclusively around illegal guns.
President Obama's State of the Union speech Tuesday was carefully staged to promote his gun grabbing second term agenda. Arrangements were made so TV cameras would pan to the faces of victims of gun violence in the House galleries. Emotional drama, as opposed to reasoned argument, is the primary weapon in the administration's campaign to undermine a fundamental constitutional right.