The National Rifle Association has put a conceal carry fashion show on Friday night with over 30 companies displaying their holsters and handbags. The fashion show was part of a gun ownership and self-defense convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin but the NRA said this was the first show of its kind. Jason Brown, an NRA spokesman, said before the event, "We couldn't find an event that's been done like this before. It's going to be really, really interesting to see all of these different products up on stage and modeled by people."
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The NRA says 16 million Americans are licensed to carry concealed firearms and the group argues that America is safer when more people carry them. This NRA meeting was not limited to members, Brown went on to describe it is more of a educational opportunity for the general public. They have recently come under fire for a series of promotional videos that critics claim 'incite violence'. This is just more of the same when it comes to people getting offended over anything they can find.
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Critics believe the NRA overstepped it's bounds when they 'demonized half of the American population to get more members'. Anyone devoting this much time to criticizing the group needs to find a more production hobby. A group willing to fight for gun rights is a cornerstone in the foundation America is built on and gun owners aren't going away anytime soon.
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