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Despite a recent trend showing Americans flocking to buy firearms, a recent poll found that the number of US homes with a gun has steadily declined since the 1970s.
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And what price a 12g shell loader now ?
Who came up with that one then ?
people are buying guns in droves because they know whats coming , crossbows are another item that is on the up ,along with powerful air guns .
I was among the many first-time gun buyers back in January.
Does this "poll" take into account the increasing number of people that do not trust their government and perhaps do not report that they own guns?
What about the extra 4 million new gun owners that the scare brought? Guns are popular now.
thats what they think, jerks are clueless
who's going to admit to having a gun to strangers on the phone, especially with Obama at the helm
seems like an effort to convince people to jump on the "guns aren't cool" bandwagon.
Why does homeland security have more than a billion rounds of military grade ammo?
I don't own a gun. But with the rise in crime I am becoming concerned. Break ins are on the rise.
There are enough "known" firearms in the United States households, to arm the entire country.
You had a million dollars in you home would you tell a stranger over the phone, I don't think so.
Some people just simply don't want to " reported owning a gun"
They don't even have the full picture, yet have reached
this conclusion. Full force with the agenda
There are more first-time buyers than ever. Ask the clerk at the local sold out gun shop.
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