Gun Talk

Haughey, John
March 2010
Outdoor Life;Mar2010, Vol. 217 Issue 3, p33
The article offers news briefs related to gun-rights issues in the U.S. According to spokeswoman Amy Vanderbilt, visitors can now pack guns in national parks effective February 20, 2010. Based on the Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) released data, murders have dropped by 10 percent in 2008 and gun sales were up in the first six months of 2010. Wyoming and New Hampshire are now part of the Firearms Freedom Act.


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