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Nation's Largest Outdoor Show Falls Apart After No "Modern Sporting Rifles" Policy Implemented

rhinegarten Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 5:59 PM
Rest assured that those who hold political office will not have them much longer if they insist on the destruction of the bill of rights. That's just the way it's gonna be. Don't underestimate the numbers and sheer political will of constitutional advocates.
SwimwareIsMe Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 6:12 PM
Fed up with what? Violent crime is down. Gun violence is down, even in Chicago.
xjnyc_2013 Wrote: Jan 24, 2013 6:10 PM
Doesn't look like that so far.Looks like there are many differing interpretations to be considered.

Besides that the truth can't be ignored: A majority of Americans want stricter control on guns. 2nd amend. Or not- people are fed up and Newtown was the tipping point. If people want to win elections they won't ignore this tragedy or pretend that giving the kindergarten teacher guns would have solved it

The Harrisburg Eastern Sports & Outdoor Show, the nation's largest annual gathering of sporting outfitters, hunters, sportsman, shooters and others, has been postponed indefinitely after facing massive backlash over a new policy banning the display and sale of "modern sporting rifles." The policy was implemented Monday and just five days later, the show has been cancelled after being scheduled to take place February 2-10 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

"Our original decision not to include certain products in the Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show this year was made in order to preserve the event's historical focus on the hunting and fishing...