Tucsonans Fight to Keep City Safe for Guns– Not People (videos)

gunsBy Pamela Powers Hannley

If only Tucson City Councilman Steve Kozachik had kept his big mouth shut about this whole gun control thing…but, no, he dared to discuss gun control at a public forum, he sponsored a local gun-buyback-and-destroy program on the anniversary of the Tucson Massacre, and he pushed for (and passed) an ordinance requiring gun show background checks.

Now to combat Koz’s jack-booted attempts at sensible gun control laws to take away their freedoms, Tucson gun nuts patriots Charles Heller and Sean McClusky are working hard at make Arizona a safer place for guns— lots of guns.

Heller opposed Koz’s gun buyback because innocent guns were destroyed. Instead he supported fromer State Senator Frank Antenori’s parking lot gun sales which allowed private citizens to freely sell their guns to strangers, which held on the same day at basically the same location. More recently, Heller appeared on the Daily Show touting the merits of a new law in the Arizona Legislature which would bar law enforcement from destroying guns.

McClusky— working with The Armed Citizen Project— also wants to break down barriers to gun ownership– by giving them to Tucsonans who live in high-crime areas— specifically the Pueblo Gardens Neighborhood, the Midvale Park Neighborhood, and midtown Tucson neighborhoods. (What could go wrong?) Videos and details after the jump.

Koz and Heller on The Daily Show

 

 

 

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