Mass Shootings Guns and the Blame Game
Mass Shootings Guns and the Blame Game!
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This week we are starting a 3 part series on mass shootings. The first week is going to be an in depth discussion about guns. We know the role that they play in these disasters but what do we really know about what happens if we take them away? Will it really bring an end to these heinous acts? Its hard to believe that anything will bring an end to this type of evil except a massive change in society itself.
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We are going to bring on Dane D. of the Gunmetal Armory, the Thursday night show on Prepper Broadcasting Network. He is our resident firearms expert her at PBN. I think he is the perfect guy to break down all the issues on firearms in this discussion. We are going to explore owning and using guns in American.
What does that mean?
What should that mean?
What does the future hold?
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Just like our listeners do, we believe in being prepared and helping others get prepared. We prefer to tackle topics surrounding the armory, the items inside it, and the tactics used when deploying its contents. Although we are not strictly limited to these topics, TGA shows include Gunsmithing, pistols, rifles, shotguns, and ammunition for all three.
This will be a two hour discussion and part one of a series that is going to explore all the layers of mass shootings. My goal is to finish this series with a way to really look at the problem of mass shootings and give the average American an idea of how deep this issue runs. The only way we can solve the problem is if we understand the problem to begin with.
I don’t see a lot of understanding on either side of the political aisle.