Sportsmen hope misperceptions clear as gun debate resumes

by  |  published on December 24, 2012

Even with questions still remaining to be answered following the tragedy in Connecticut, there is little doubt a nationwide discussion about safety in schools looms on the horizon.

In one form or another, our collective use of firearms will certainly play a key role in that discussion.

Fortunately, both those in support of existing gun rights and those hoping the events of last Friday will create a platform for control seem more than willing to engage in that discussion on a public and political level.

However, the worry for many on both sides of the issue is that the same old arguments will be brought up-arguments which inspire passion yet obstruct factual information.

In a sportsmen’s paradise such as Montana, many are noticing the inaccuracies of politicians and media members when referencing certain semi-automatic weapons.

One rifle taking a particular amount of heat is the AR-15, the rifle used by alleged shooter Adam Lanza during the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

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