NRA Convention Hits Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (NEWSRADIO 1020 KDKA) — What do Primanti Sandwiches, bullets and a billboard on a truck have in common?

They’re all part of the controversies surrounding the NRA’s National Convention, taking place in Pittsburgh.

KDKA AM’s John Shumway talks to NRA spokesperson Andrew Arulanandam about the convention and the hoopla it’s creating.

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    I hope the guy in the picture doesn’t buy that rifle for he knows nothing about firearm safety note the rifle muzzle of the barrel is pointed at the guy next to him at his head.

  • Smarty Pants

    It is actually, “Not TOO smart is he?” Why don’t you learn some grammar and punctuation before you got mouthing off smart guy.

  • Army

    Judging by the rifle holder’s hands and shoulders relative to each other, the barrel is most likely pointed in front of rather than at the man to his left. Furthermore, gun shows require all display guns to be unloaded (although it should never be assumed so by a handler).

    • Betty Emery

      You tell them! A blind person could see where the barrel is pointed! Only a novice would think the “barrel” was pointed at the man next to him. People that don’t know should stay silent. When a barrel of a gun is pointed at you, loaded or not, you assume it is loaded, unless you are completely stupid, and “look away!” from the barrel not at it!

  • Bill

    That guy doesn’t look like he knows what he is doing when he is pointing that gun to the other guy’s head.

  • John Ritter

    Look again it’s not pointing at anybody

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