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Old January 30, 2013, 02:45 PM   #77
Battler
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The antigun support of "gun training" is in adding a barrier to entry - stop casual browsers being able to buy a gun just because they have $500 (compounding the problem of there being too many people who own guns to ban them). I really don't think they otherwise want the next guy going postal to be faster and more effective, that kind of misses the point.

They oppose training being used in a non-barrier form as it compounds the problem (of guns) by normalizing gun ownership and use (see opposition to "Eddie Eagle" ).
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