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I hear it everywhere these days; this call for change to save our children; especially in the place that is supposed to be the safest spot for them; school. But, sadly, as a teacher and a mentor for hundreds of children each year, I really don’t believe gun control is the answer…
We’ve all heard it – someone on a TV show or a news interview or some post on Facebook says, “that gun is illegal!”, but is it? Take our quick quiz to test your knowledge on what types of guns are legal vs. illegal!
We’ve already spent a little time touching on some basic firearm jargon and terminology, but there’s still a ton of terms and misconceptions out there that confuse even the most seasoned of firearms owners. While chatting with a friend this past weekend I realized there’s a pretty common misconception that’s centered around this concept of “illegal” firearms.
If you’ve listened to anyone discuss the pro-gun/anti-gun debate you have undoubtedly heard someone make the statement “Only the military and police should have guns – it’s their job to protect us”. It’s an interesting anti-gun opinion and one I believe needs to be addressed because of how popular it seems to be.
Today, many in the U.S. get their information from two main sources – the media, which comes in a variety of forms, and our online community which is primarily made up of “friends” we’ve either lost touch with or have never even met in person. These sources are driving your understanding and use of firearm jargon…
Today, we’ll cover some commonly misused gun jargon or terminology because there are a lot of terms that are misused and confused by everyone in the gun-reform debate. Because let’s face it, we need to talk.