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Read these classic
rebuttals to "Gun Control"
October 22nd 2012
Adam Taxin, JPFO's Interim Communication Manager at JPFO interviews Chris Bodine, a JPFO member and ex UK "import", to briefly discuss the inaccuracy of the use of the term "assault weapons" and whether a new assault weapons ban is likely and just how much good that would do!
This is not intended for the many folks already initiated in the meanings of words such as "assault" (and the difference between clips and magazines!). No, it is just an attempt to clear the air over the media and anti-gun people's misuse of the "assault" term, all to hype up the anti-gun paranoia. Those with any shred of logic know too well that limitation of "assault" weapons will have little or no effect on criminals and "nut-jobs" - and only succeed in being a further attempt at persecuting the legitimate gun owner, excercizing his/her right under the Second Amendment.
Yours in Freedom, The Liberty Crew at JPFO
Protecting you by creating solutions to destroy "gun control"