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Old 02-26-2012, 01:06 PM   #51
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Unless there two "Teri Clark"s, she made both lists pro gun and NRA's anti list. I am unsure of the Canadian country singer's gun opinions, but hard to qualify as both.

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Singer and actor Mel Thorme was one the most well known Colt Collectors in the country. The famous Sears & Robuck Colt from his collection has sold for $747,000. Mr. Thome was a supporter of the NRA and did Pro gun Promos.

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Pro gun. Add Bruce Willis. A quote from him, according to Wiki: Willis also stated that he is a big supporter of gun rights:
"Everyone has a right to bear arms. If you take guns away from legal gun owners, then the only people who have guns are the bad guys." Even a pacifist, he insists, would get violent if someone were trying to kill him. "You would fight for your life."

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Don't forget Clint Eastwood. He was a big pusher of the Brady Bill. "Lefty" Eastwood supporter of Obama has always been a beiow the radar gun control supporter.
So THAT's what this means
"I have a very strict gun control policy: if there’s a gun around, I want to be in control of it.”
~Clint Eastwood
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So THAT's what this means
"I have a very strict gun control policy: if there’s a gun around, I want to be in control of it.”
~Clint Eastwood
I won't stand up for eastwood anymore. I feel he sold out with that superbowl commercial. But, I thought that was just a movie line?
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Read Eastwoods statement very slowly. Then think he supported the Brady Bill and wrote some BIG checks to Obamas election. He means what he said. He wants your guns under his control. He was a Liberal California Mayor at the time. Some gun owners think Josey Wales and Clint Eastwood are the same person, WRONG.

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I'm just glad that the man "who would risk his neck for his brother man (Shaft!). Can ya dig it?" (Richard Roundtree) made the list. Nothing like some classic blaxploitation.

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Evidently their disdain for firearms doesnt pertain to their bank accounts because most them have made a ton of money in ultra violent shoot em up movies.....

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You're correct on that point. Conners had a copy of the rifle he used on the show and knew how to really shoot it. He had a range on his property that he constantly practiced at.
I read somewhere that something like 40 guys auditioned for the part of the rifleman. As part of the test, the producer would throw a rifle at the actors. Legend has it that the only guy who grabbed it like he knew how to use it was Connors. ( ex-Army ). He got the part.
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I read somewhere that something like 40 guys auditioned for the part of the rifleman. As part of the test, the producer would throw a rifle at the actors. Legend has it that the only guy who grabbed it like he knew how to use it was Connors. ( ex-Army ). He got the part.
Even if the legend isn't true, I don't know myself, that is a cool story.
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