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Guns 101

Guns 101



at this recent second amendment rally murfreesboro gun owners were already drawing a line in the sand ahead of the president plan not gonna happen Tennessee because we'll just dig a moat around this date the president's plan doesn't come close to taking away second Amendment rights as some feared but it would limit what's available you can buy a hundred round magazine bob Schrader is a competitive shooter an Army veteran an NRA member and a former Range Safety Officer who also works as Fox 17s chief photographer if the president plan passes this the magazine which holds the bullets would fire no more than ten bullets requiring a shooter to reload more often it'll be about half the half the size in the Colorado theater shooting and the Connecticut school shooting both gunmen used 30 round magazines meaning they could fire 30 times before they ran out of bullets sadly both reloaded and continued shooting a ban on military-style assault weapons that phrase military-style assault weapons is another one will hear a lot of in the coming weeks most people are thinking that's the same thing that the military is using which would be a fully automatic weapon the truth is public generally can't own those you have to have a special class 3 permit to own those and you can only buy those from a class 3 licensed dealer in essence we already can't buy guns the military uses the military uses fully automatic the public buys semi-automatic a fully automatic weapon means that when you pull the trigger if you hold the trigger back it's going to fire until the magazine or weapon is empty the semi-automatic weapon whether it's a handgun or rifle is going to fire one round each time you pull the trigger and one random


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