Women are Powerful Spokespeople and Symbols in Gun Debate

“America’s women, they are leading the way,” NRA’s Wayne LaPierre said in a speech at the gun group’s convention last year. “Nearly 30 million American women now own guns. And they know what all of us have known for a long time: The more women who buy and own and shoot guns, the safer and the better off we’ll all be.”  Read more here.  

Ladies: Did anyone ask call you for this survey? Do you think these results are skewed?
Ladies: Did anyone ask call you for this survey? Do you think these results are skewed?

When I decided to start this blog, It opened my world to a wonderful world full of other lady gun bloggers as well as thousands of women who own guns and love them.  These are just the women I get to interact with day to day.  I am surprised these results are so slanted on the female side – what do you think?

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3 thoughts on “Women are Powerful Spokespeople and Symbols in Gun Debate

  1. Personally, I don’t think those numbers are accurate. Women have more of a tendency to think about what their answers are going to be utilized for rather than just simply answering a question. I have in the past been asked if I own a gun and I unequivocally (untruthfully) told them that neither I nor anyone in my household owned a gun simply because there are a lot of anti-gun companies in CA that I do not want to subject myself to.

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