NRA Takes Aim At Kerry In Major Market TV Ads

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John Kerry shot clay pigeons on a recent Wisconsin campaign stop, says Time magazine. Kerry supporters see his hunting skills as a shield against the National Rifle Association, which spent more than $2 million helping Republicans attack Al Gore in 2000. The NRA complains that Kerry has supported banning assault weapons and armor-piercing bullets, requiring background checks at gun shows, and regulating gun sales over the Internet. The group plans to attack Kerry's record in TV spots . . .

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