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progun

(prəʊˈɡʌn)
adj
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) US in favour of the public owning firearms
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That in this case, Republicans, presented to us as "pro-gun" are leading the charge, along with a supposedly "progun" president who has said, "Take the guns first.
I for one refuse to hide my progun feelings behind the words Modern Sporting Rifle.
The scheduled speaker was Antonia Okafor, a young African-American woman involved in progun activism.
I am proud to have worked closely with local progun groups on the passage of that '06 law.
This dilemma has opened up a political opportunity for advocates of greater gun regulation to mobilize women by highlighting the blind spots of progun discourse.
It is one of the most influential pieces of gun control legislation in modern times, and it was endorsed by the National Rifle Association, likely because the sight of marching armed Panthers seemed to be a bridge too far, even to the progun crowd.
Too often, we leave it to the NSSF, NRA or other progun groups to fight the battles.
"There is no reason why wife beaters and child abusers should have guns, and only the most progun extremists could possibly disagree with that.
Schenck begins to question whether being progun is consistent with being pro-life.
To cite another example, recall how Progun criticized new gun licensing requirements as impossible to comply with, effectively banning guns.
Caption: Robert Ortt, mayor of North Tonawanda, speaking at a progun rally in Albion.
Since the late 1990s, the fund has given roughly $2.5 million to progun researchers; Hardy, for instance, has received at least $467,000 for various projects, including a documentary film.