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American Gun Culture: Natural, Not Manufactured

In the last two decades revisionist historians have imagined an early America without guns, hunting, or violence. They claim that demand for guns was created by the first mass production gun makers, Colt and Winchester, in order to sell guns to people who neither needed nor wanted them. The motive was clear: create a history that made the Second Amendment's guarantee of a right to keep and bear arms meaningless so that courts could render it null and void, and at times, some courts have used these claims for that purpose.

Clayton Cramer
Author & Second Amendment Researcher