By Tom Knighton
It’s always funny to me when someone tries to tell the NRA what it should do while not being part of the NRA, a gun owner, or anyone the NRA should remotely take seriously.
When a Second Amendment activist says they think the NRA should do something, that’s one thing. The NRA’s membership is made up of people like that, and that view might represent a number of other people’s views. It’s something that should at least be considered for a moment or two.
But when someone who isn’t part of the NRA or gun culture, in general, makes a suggestion, it gets hilarious.
Take, for example, this comment about how the NRA should support a ban on “plastic guns.”
The National Rifle Association has a wonderful opportunity to win the hearts and minds of those of us who are in the “center” of the gun control debate. By the center, I’m talking about the majority of people who support individual gun ownership rights but also see a need for more controls on certain types of weapons.
The NRA should come out solidly opposed to plastic guns built with 3D printers. People would better understand and accept the basic right of guns …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms