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Updated Aug 17, 2015 - 3:52 pm

The NRA on Arizona legislation, run on ammunition

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There are several pieces of legislation working through Arizona’s Legislature. We needed to get a handle on all these issues and eliminate some of the noise.

We have called upon our expert, Todd Rathner, a lobbyist and National Rifle Association board member. He breaks down the legislative issues one-by-one.

Rathner also took time to explain why ammunition is so hard to find these days. He has some good news on the subject…unless you are short on .22LR (sorry kids).

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