The National Rifle Association (NRA)

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The National Rifle Association stands in fierce opposition to any form of restrictive gun-control. As the leading pro-gun group in America, the NRA is dedicated to protecting an individual's right to carry guns. Basing its view on the Second Amendment, the NRA believes any form of gun-control leads to a complete prohibition. When an individual loses the right to own weapons, the political balance between the federal government and the citizens will be broken. So the NRA holds many public speeches to advocate for "prohibition on prohibition of guns" every year ("Gun
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