Gun Advocates Plot New Moves After Election Wins

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Before the election, gun rights activists were so worried Hillary Clinton would win the presidency that some of them bought extra ammunition and guns, fearing a crackdown on weapons, bullets, and magazines. They’re not worried now. Since the election of Donald Trump, gun advocates have been rejoicing, crowing about their political clout and and plotting ways to eliminate many remaining curbs on gun ownership and use as they await one of the most vocal pro-gun presidential candidates ever . . .

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