Registered Gun Owners?

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Registered gun owners have a variety of feelings and desires when it comes to the topic of gun control. For many, it poses a problem because it takes away a person's right to defend themselves. For others, it might be beneficial because it does help to take away guns out of a criminals hands. However, more often than not, this is not the case, and registered gun owners that are doing things the legal way, get upset and fight it.
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