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Gun Trade World  |  April 2016  


There is a certain disjointed way of thinking when lawmakers, ‘do gooders’ and campaigners start talking about gun owners.
For a start, there is the misguided belief that possession of a gun means you are automatically a danger to everyone around you, never mind yourself. This is evident across the world. I have seen it here in the UK as arguments rage about why people would want to have guns anyway, unless they were up to no good.
A fascinating programme was aired here the other week when a young chap – quite unashamedly – put that very question to a well-known shooter and then the owner of a gun shop.
He seemed quite disappointed to discover that the “gun dealer” (a phrase uttered as though it was akin to someone peddling drugs) and the shooter actually took a huge amount of responsibility for everything they did that was gun related, preaching safety at every possible turn and – shock, horror – even appearing to be ‘normal’ members of the public.
It was even more of a shock when he interviewed a lady shot who revealed her buddies mixed their killing of clays with cake and buns. When he tried – and hit – some clays himself, he was, if you will excuse the pun, blown away by the fact that this was a very normal thing for people to do and, even more alarmingly, it was fun! And we know that the same argument about gun owners being harbingers of death is played out every day somewhere in the USA. But here’s the thing…these naysayers continue to believe that removing all legally held guns – or at least clamping down on their availability – will somehow save the masses from staring down the barrel. And yet the same sad truth holds as true today as it always has done – criminals simply don’t care about the law and the fact that a certain gun is not legal will not bother them one jot.
Since its inception in mid-2010, Gun Trade World magazine has proven to be an invaluable news source for anyone wanting to know what’s new in shooting and hunting.
The magazine puts manufacturers in global contact with wholesalers, distributors and key retailers. It has a proven track record of building brands and represents the most cost-effective way of increasing international business.
But more than that, GTW is the perfect resource for the hunter that wants to know more about what’s happening in the world of shooting and hunting. Want to stay ahead of the game? Read this!
This title is published by David Hall Publishing Ltd.
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Gun Trade World   |   April 2016   


There is a certain disjointed way of thinking when lawmakers, ‘do gooders’ and campaigners start talking about gun owners.
For a start, there is the misguided belief that possession of a gun means you are automatically a danger to everyone around you, never mind yourself. This is evident across the world. I have seen it here in the UK as arguments rage about why people would want to have guns anyway, unless they were up to no good.
A fascinating programme was aired here the other week when a young chap – quite unashamedly – put that very question to a well-known shooter and then the owner of a gun shop.
He seemed quite disappointed to discover that the “gun dealer” (a phrase uttered as though it was akin to someone peddling drugs) and the shooter actually took a huge amount of responsibility for everything they did that was gun related, preaching safety at every possible turn and – shock, horror – even appearing to be ‘normal’ members of the public.
It was even more of a shock when he interviewed a lady shot who revealed her buddies mixed their killing of clays with cake and buns. When he tried – and hit – some clays himself, he was, if you will excuse the pun, blown away by the fact that this was a very normal thing for people to do and, even more alarmingly, it was fun! And we know that the same argument about gun owners being harbingers of death is played out every day somewhere in the USA. But here’s the thing…these naysayers continue to believe that removing all legally held guns – or at least clamping down on their availability – will somehow save the masses from staring down the barrel. And yet the same sad truth holds as true today as it always has done – criminals simply don’t care about the law and the fact that a certain gun is not legal will not bother them one jot.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Gun Trade World magazine print subscription.
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