Thread: Gun Control
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Old October 15, 2017, 03:41 PM   #8
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I get your point about having this technology since at least the Vietnam war. I was born in '86, so I can't account for back then, was gun culture different then? Maybe this is more of a gun culture thing. I grew up shooting but not militaryesque weapons. I know the NRA platform has changed, I think it was about safe shooting sports and now it's about making the gun industry bucks. I also know, as silly as it seems, but when the call of duty video games game out people got really into buying accessorizing and shooting military guns.

Back in the 60s 70s and 80s did many civilians own and shoot ar15s etc?
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