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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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Im sure this poll is WRONG, I know I wouldnt talk to a person on the phone bout gun ownership...
My guess is people are becoming less likely to tell strangers on the phone if they have guns or not.
I love the picture with the kid and the gun to. It's a great tradition for dads and now moms to introduce kids to guns.
Gun ownership may be on a decades trend going down but it is now increasing. New people, including me, have entered the gun ownership group in the last year. I doubt the polls are picking this up yet. It's a good time to build a gun factory because demand has been up for 4 straight to being almost double what it was for the 4 years before that.
OMG, that's rich! Gun ownership declining? Look I know this is a russian site, but c'mon.
Gun ownership in America is booming! You CANT buy guns without a month to two month waiting period.
I will deny owning guns if someone asks me. None of their business.
Very few will admit to having any
gun stores are bare. Amunition all sold out! America is armed! Ready!
there are more drones than guns in america.
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