BFA President Jim Irvine debates latest efforts to push gun control on Columbus NPR

Buckeye Firearms Association President Jim Irvine was a guest on WOSU 89.7FM's "All Sides with Ann Fisher," discussing the state of efforts to push gun control in the wake of the mass murder in a "no-guns" church in Charleston, S.C. with host Ann Fisher.

Irvine was preceded by obviously anti-gun rights U.S. News & World Report news editor Joseph P. Williams, who recently published an article entitled "A Tipping Point on Guns: After a series of setbacks, advocates of gun control say they are making progress," and was joined by Jennifer Thorne, Executive Director, Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence.

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