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Poll: Americans Believe Concealed Carry Makes the Country Safer

Posted by jhingarat21 on 23rd Oct 2015

A Gallup poll released on Tuesday shows that a majority of Americans believe concealed carry makes the United States safer.The poll, conducted between Oct. 7 and Oct. 11, asked respondents “if more Americans carried concealed weapons, would the United States be safer or less safe?”Fifty-six percent said the United States would be safer. Forty-one percent said the country would be less safe. 3% had no opinion.The pro-gun results mirror another recent Gallup poll showing that m
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Poll: Majority of Americans Believe More Concealed Weapons Would Make Nation More Safe

Posted by jhingarat21 on 21st Oct 2015

A person walks past an art piece made from toy guns and shaped into a peace symbol during an exhibit in Chicago on January 14, 2014. The exhibit displays the impact of the Firearm Concealed Carry legislation in Illinois, which allows the carrying iof concealed firearms in public places, that came into effect at the beginning of the year.Over half of Americans believe the nation would be safer if more people carried concealed weapons, according to a Gallup poll released Tuesday.The poll asked: “S
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Americans Can Shoot Straighter than the Washington Post

Posted by jhingarat21 on 4th Aug 2015

At A1F Daily, we’ve focused a lot recently on bogus “studies” dealing with guns and gun ownership, and how the national media is quick to publish, without question, the alleged “results.”Well, here we go again.A new “study,” completed by the anti-gun National Gun Victims Action Council and quickly championed by the Washington Post, appears to set out to prove that it’s a good thing for Americans with concealed-carry permits to utilize training to increase their skills. If that were where the stu
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The 12 Reasons Why Americans Fail Federal Gun Background Checks

Posted by jhingarat21 on 3rd Aug 2015

More than 1 million people have been blocked from buying a gun after failing federal background checks since 1998. But some reasons for denial are more common than others.This summer’s spate of mass shootings has raised questions about why people like John Houser and Dylann Roof were able to buy a gun. Both of the men passed the federal background check system (NICS), despite records of severe mental health issues and illegal drug use, respectively.To better understand how NICS works,
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