TODAY launches a new series, “Undercovered,” with a look at the new face of gun ownership in America – young people, some of whom are embracing gun ownership. MSNBC’s Ronan Farrow talks to passionate young gun owners.
Source: Meet the next generation of US gun owners – TODAY.com
Will it change their Narrative? Hell, no. Anyway, click on the link to see the video.
12 thoughts on “MSNBC shocked to find out Gun Owners are not fat rednecks.”
Farrow had a look on his face like he had just taken a big bite out of a dog turd. Good for the young folks for embracing a great sport.
Well that would only be appropriate since they have been polishing them dt’s for several generations, never dreaming that sooner or later they might find one on their plate.
I have a feeling this video will disappear rather quickly… sigh
86% of Americans under 35 don’t own a gun? That’s because THE LEFT HAS BEEN SABOTAGING THE ECONOMY SO THAT NOBODY UNDER 35 CAN AFFORD ANY LUXURIES!
Hey, my kids have BB, Nerf, and rubber band guns.
“Gateway guns”, I call them. 😉
Parenting done right.
I doubt that statistic. So many people will not admit to firearms ownership due to the actions of the Administration and its minion three letter alphabet soup agencies.
I hear a lot about unverified reports of ranges, trainers and FFLs noting huge numbers of women and younger shooters purchasing their first firearm.
I think that “85% of those under 35 don’t own a gun” is wrong: Pew research pegs it at 26% ownership for 18-29 year olds, so 74%, and 32% for 30 to 34 year olds, so 68% of that population: http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2014/07/15/the-demographics-and-politics-of-gun-owning-households/
This is also partly why -I- have a decently-sized collection -now-, so that I can pass on some inheritance early to my sproglings when they’re of age.
Oh, off-topic, but Miguel? Your blog’s showing up weird. If you changed something, I give it a thumbs-down. The last version looked nicer. If you -didn’t- change something, then some wires got crossed, ’cause your blog header and blogroll are only visible once I click something to comment.
I credit video games with the acceptance among the younger people. They may not know about hunting, or sport markmanship, but the video games have taught them one thing if nothing else: It is better to have a gun and not need it, then need one and not have it! Fortunately, most of them realize that some training is REQUIRED.
I agree wholeheartedly with this statement.
Comments are closed.
Login or register to comment.