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“If you’re a hunter, and legislation doesn’t affect you, then it’s very easy to support banning a certain kind of gun,” said Feldman, president of the Independent Firearm Owners Association, a Rindge, New Hampshire-based gun-rights group. “If you’re just a shotgun person, you probably don’t have a problem if they ban those guns.”
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