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Americans are skeptical about politicians who raise gun issues, according to the results of a Rasmussen Reports survey released Wednesday.
Some 77 percent of likely voters believe politicians bring up gun issues just to get elected.
Fifty-six percent of Republicans and 49 percent of Democrats said gun issues are very important to their vote.
Thirty-eight percent of those surveyed thought politicians didn’t discuss gun issues enough, 31 percent felt they did too much and 24 percent thought the amount of gun talk was just right.
Of those voters who felt more discussion needs to happen around the topic of guns, 62 percent were Democrat, 27 percent Republican and 23 percent weren’t affiliated with either party.
Walther PDP: Thick in Size, Superb in Performance
Walther unleashed their Performance Duty Pistol, or PDP, to a flurry of media attention this year. We’ve taken it through a deep dive, and we’ll give you our thoughts right now after 500 rounds.
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Walther's flagship pistol for the past century has been the PP series handgun and for good reason, it is both old-school cool and often overrated.
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