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NRA offers no guidelines to limiting assault rifle rounds

9:06 PM, Jan. 18, 2013  |  Comments
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I am writing in regard to an interview with the president of the NRA that I watched on the "Today" show.

The part of his interview of particular interest was his reluctance to offer any sort of guideline as to limiting the number of rounds an assault rifle should be allowed to hold.

I am a gun owner, veteran, parent and citizen. The same can be said of my father, grandfather and so on. I believe in the right to keep and bear arms.

What is puzzling to me is that a law-abiding, licensed duck hunter is limited to the number of rounds that may be carried in his weapon, yet there is concern as to limiting the number of rounds that an assault rifle may hold?

It seems to me like something may be afoul with this line of thinking.

Is it just me or am I missing something here?

Michael Burt

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