Gun Owners at Upper Marlboro Shooting Range Fear Loss of Second Amendment Rights
Some owners fear rights will change because of presidential executive orders on guns.
Some gun owners at the Maryland Small Arms Range in Upper Marlboro have fears that President Obama's executive order will change their Second Amendment rights, according to a WUSA9 report.
"I'm concerned that our right to bear arms is going to be limited," said Beth Cawood, a regular at the small arms range, according to WUSA9.
Many gun owners say law-abiding citizens will need to protect themselves as long as there are people who want to harm others, according to WUSA9. Cawood said her rifles were not assault weapons because she had them for defense, in a WUSA9 video.
The National Rifle Association is already preparing to challenge Obama's executive order and the end of the guns debate is nowhere in sight, according to the WUSA9 report.
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