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Guns don't cause crime any more than matches cause arson.

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Funny how things work when people cool off after an emotional event. The antis try to capitalize on an incident and railroad through their agenda while people are most susceptible to the suggestion.

But, the percentages are still close enough that people who wish to retain their right can't afford to become complacent.

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For the first time in more than 20 years, Americans say it's more important to protect the right to own guns than it is to control gun ownership, according to a Pew Research poll released Wednesday that finds "a substantial shift in attitudes since shortly after the Newtown school shootings."

While 46 percent prioritize gun control, 52 percent of Americans are more concerned about the right to own guns, the first time a majority has held that position since Pew started asking the question in 1993. In a poll taken immediately after the December 2012 shootings, public opinion favored gun control by 7 points, 49 percent to 42 percent.

While the partisan divide on the question remains as wide as ever, the increasing support for gun rights spans across a wide swath of demographics. Compared with last January, support for gun rights increased by 6 points among Republicans and Democrats, 7 points among independents, 8 points among whites and 10 points among African Americans.

Americans are also more likely than two years ago to say gun ownership does more to protect against crime than it does to put people's safety at risk. Fifty-seven percent now say guns are largely protective, up from 48 percent in 2012.

Other surveys show similar changes. An October Gallup poll found that 47 percent of Americans wanted stricter gun laws, down from 58 percent after the Newtown shootings.

The Pew Research poll was conducted between Dec. 3 and Dec. 7, using live phone interviews to reach 1,507 adults who use both landlines and cell phones.

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Never, I have much more respect for her than to sully her Reputation by using her in a foolish manner.....

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Yes but do you want to have sex with it?

Sanford NC
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This Bitch is Pretty, especially with her Purple Pearl handles........

And she has quite the bark too.

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Nope, it might be stylish, but just does not bring my gun to attention. If it did that would be weird to say the least.

Now an attractive woman with a gun is sexy. But then I am attracted to strong assertive women that don't take no shit, and take care of themselves.

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Are you trying to say that an long Ash handle, coated with multiple layers of shiny acrylic, a well formed coated blade with a polished hardened edge ain't sexy?

Greencastle PA
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"I think if you describe a gun as 'sexy' you shouldn't own one. "

I agree, guns are tools, that would be like saying a shovel is sexy.

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Layedbackpair, I don't know why you need a gun, you both have killer butts!! I(we) just went thru the process of buying a couple hand guns. Picking a caliber for our needs, a type, semi or revolver, and a brand based on reliability and ease of repair. It all got very busy to say the least. One thing you need to look at is the ease of operation. Make sure whatever you buy fits in your hand is easy enough to operate. In a stressful situation, a gun that wont shoot is about as handy as a rock.

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