Examining Utah's gun reputation

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    "I don't know if we deserve that accolade of being the gun state," said Steve Gunn, with the Gun Violence Prevention Center of Utah.

    He worries about Utah's reputation as a gun-loving state. "I don't think that's healthy. I don't even think it is representative of the views of the majority of the citizens of the state," Gunn said.
    I believe that most Utahns would disagree with this imbecile.
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    Didn't they make the 1911 the offical state firearm? I know they tried.
    "Arms in the hands of individual citizens may be used at individual discretion..in private self defense." John Adams

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