The Blaze - 'For the Record': How Education Is a Weapon in the Fight for Gun Rights
The terror attack that killed 49 people and left another 53 injured at Pulse nightclub in Orlando has led to a new wave of calls for gun control.
Gun rights activists are fighting back, and one of the most effective ways they’ve done it is by getting average Americans more informed about guns.
Carrie Lightfoot is the head of The Well Armed Woman, a national organization that promises to be “where the feminine and firearms meet.”
Lightfoot says she’s not trying to turn every woman into a gun owner – she just wants them to understand them, and know how to handle them safely so that they can protect themselves if they need to some day.
You can learn more about the fight for gun rights by watching For the Record “Infringed” on-demand at theblaze.com/tv.
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