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Of course, owning a gun is not connected with any specific political ideology, and as a result, some gun owners were unhappy with the post.“Thanks for showing everyone you stand with the fascists,” a commenter wrote under the post to Spike’s Tactical.
“Good to know.”“Something tells me your WWII Grandparents need to have a talk with you,” another commenter wrote to the company, referring to the Americans who fought against Nazi Germany.
'We've decided not to sell these assault weapons any longer and the other things we talked about.'He bought a shotgun from us back in November.
It wasn't the gun or the type of gun that he used in the shooting but when that happened, we realized that the system - and we did everything by the book - [meant that he] was able to buy a gun.'When we looked at that, we said the systems that are in place across the board just aren't effective enough to keep us from selling a gun to a person like that,' he said.
We felt we really needed to do something,' he said.
The ad mentions the sites of several political clashes that took place last year, including Berkeley, California; Portland, Oregon; Boston; and Charlottesville, Virginia.
In the latter city, neo-Nazis and white supremacists arrived at a rally heavily armed last August, and a driver struck a peaceful counterprotester with his car, killing her.“Not today Antifa,” a tagline to the violence-teasing ad declares.
Some will say these steps can’t guarantee tragedies like Parkland will never happen again.
They may be correct – but if common sense reform is enacted and even one life is saved, it will have been worth it.