Launches New Website

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New website provides forum for gun control debates where visitors can express their opinions openly and vote on their preference. is excited to announce the launch of its new website which provides an open forum to visitors on the gun control issue in the U.S.

Since the Sandy Hook School shootings in December of 2012, the whole country has been involved in a hot debate over the various gun control issues. Most citizens are radically for or against stronger gun control measures and there doesn’t seem to be a middle of the road group of followers on these powerful issues.

The website is not taking sides on any of the issues; instead they are providing an open forum where visitors can discuss their views and vote on whether they would like to see stronger gun control laws enacted in America. Historically speaking, each time there’s a mass shooting, such as Sandy Hook or the Colorado Theater shootings, a huge amount of controversy arises.

Proponents are in favor of stronger gun control laws and a ban on assault weapons. Anytime these types of talks take place, gun owners race to local gun stores and shows and buy up large quantities of assault weapons in fear of these eventually being banned. This results in even more weapons being out on the streets and in the hands of citizens, which is actually the opposite of what most of those in favor of stronger gun control would desire.

The gun control topic seems to polarize people and evoke strong emotions from everyone. The website offers products for those on both sides of the issues. You can purchase lapel pins, tee shirts and bumper stickers to show your support of the 2nd Amendment Right to Bear Arms, as well as the enactment of greater gun control laws.

Voting is very easy to do on the website and you can also view real-time results of the latest polls. The gun control forums are open to anyone and allow you to express your opinion and let the world know how you feel about gun control.

About provides an open forum for those on both sides of the very controversial gun control topic in America. Visitors can vote on whether they believe we need stronger gun control laws and they can also purchase products like lapel pins and tee shirts that tell all their friends which side of the issues they are on.

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