Gwendolyn Patton of Pink Pistols says the group changes the perception that gay people are easy victims. "We teach queers to shoot then we teach the rest of the world we’ve done it. Becuase then they may think twice about using them as a target."
When goose hunter Neal Brooks says you’re in for a cold, early morning, he means every word of it. For hunters and sportsmen like Brooks, the relationship to guns and shooting is often part family tradition, part politics and part fun.
The reasons people own guns can vary as much as the opinions over what to do about gun violence.In WBEZ’s ongoing series “Our Guns,” we’ve been hearing from local gun owners to learn more about their affinity for firearms.So far, we’ve heard from hunters and American so
George says he's “half-hillbilly, half Viking.” He lives in a suburban ranch home. He has enough food, water and emergency supplies to last him a few weeks. And to protect all of that stuff, he has a lot of guns.