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Old 01-16-2013, 09:27 PM   #1
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Default Go tell MSNBC what you really think

MSNBC is daily stating the average gunowner agrees with them on gun control. Please go to the MSNBC facebook page and tell them they are just a bit mistaken...or not if that's how you feel.



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Old 01-16-2013, 09:35 PM   #2
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This sub forum is only for positive gun stories in the media such as an old lady stopping a intruder with a .38. Please post your thread in the LEGAL AND ACTIVISM section. Thank you.

See Jon, you've got us doing it now.



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thanks i moved it over here

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I think it'd be easier to just rename that sub forum 'positive firearm stories'. Or something like that. I think a lot people see the forum name and think its for any gun story in the media. That's what I thought.

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I think it'd be easier to just rename that sub forum 'positive firearm stories'. Or something like that. I think a lot people see the forum name and think its for any gun story in the media. That's what I thought.
Same here.
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Me too! The name is a little misleading! "Hero's in the media" or something to that nature would be more direct and understandable. JMO. Thanks



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