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"When I was a teenager living in northern Minnesota, my father took me down to the Coast to Coast hardware store and bought me a Winchester Model 94 lever-action rifle. A gun cabinet hung from the wall in my bedroom, and the .30-.30 rifle was placed there, without lock and key, for me to admire and hold whenever I wanted."
"This, of course, was a different era, when a 13-year-old knew that mishandling a rifle could lead to serious ramifications."
"It was also an era when guns and cars were made in America, and no one imagined that the Winchester rifle — the icon of the American West, the trusty firearm in John Wayne's scabbard — would ever be made in, say, Portugal or Japan."
"For Winchester rifles, that era ended earlier this month." ...
|American gun owners and freedom lovers: 1: find out where that new firearm you're looking at was made,if in an anti-gun country such as Japan, DON'T BUY IT! Instead, buy from an American owned and based firm. This will protect AMERICAN JOBS & GUN CO.'S.
Then vote out ALL ANTI-GUN POLLATICIANS!
Work to remove any and all UNCONSTITUTIONAL gun laws.