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The American public ranges from ignorant to sharply astute in their understanding of our Constitution, our nation's gun laws, and gun statistics. Elder dispels misunderstandings, clarifies realities, and reveals the plain-spoken truth of guns. The result shows guns to be tools (dangerous in the hands of criminals and life-saving in the hands of those who would deter them); shows that these tools are used far more to protect than to harm; explains that even if you could undo the 2nd Amendment and remove guns from the law-abiding, you'd still have a thriving black-market abundantly providing them to the lawless; and unambiguously explains that, love them or hate them, it is our Constitutional right to own guns.
I confess a bias in reviewing this documentary: I came into the 1990's a gun-hater, but found my opinions irrevocably altered over the course of that decade by exactly the kind of hard facts compiled and introduced here by Larry Elder. So be warned, those of you who think you are faithfully married to the ideals of gun control: this movie can alter your thinking, it can lead to the kind of knowledge and understanding that, once achieved, can never be undone.Read more ›
Larry attempts to get down to the root causes of violence and talks about the vast number of lives that are saved every year thru the law-abiding ownership of guns, and how we never hear about it in the main stream press.
He interviews many different people: victims of violent crime, police officers, gun shop owners/instructors, anti-gun activists, lawyers, ex-gang bangers, historians, professors, and yes Michael Moore briefly.
Larry actually picked a bad name for this movie because it's misleading. They actually spend very little time talking to Moore or attacking Bowling for Columbine. Maybe 10 minutes of the film is spent on directly attacking Moore. The rest of it has nothing to do with Michael Moore, which I thought was a very good thing.
This is an important film, and one that should been seen no matter what your opinion on gun control is.
No one can watch this movie (i mean actually watch it not just read the editorial review) and not oppose gun control, not to mention Michael two-dinners Moore's nonesense. 5 stars, I can't wait for the sequel!
Year after year we have allowed our elected officials, who work for us and suppossedly represent us, take away our constitutional right to protect ourselves.
I hoped that Larry would have proposed a scenario to the nay-sayers on the street..imagine you are shopping at a grocery store in an idyllic suburban community and a person takes out a Samurai sword and starts slicing people to death with it. I'm in the store and I am in the same aisle as you. The attacker starts running towards you, you're next to die. What do you do?..run!! Of course. Now imagine that just two minutes earlier I gave you this interview and in it I mentioned that I always carry a gun. Now, the attacker is coming after you, you're next to die, I'm still in the aisle what do you do? You scream, Larry shoot the guy!! Of course.
Seem crazy? A few years ago at an Albertson's in Irvine, CA an employee came to the store and killed several people with a Samurai sword. The would be victims were throwing cans of tuna fish at him. Eventually it was a gun that took him down and stopped the carnage.
There is absolutely nothing wrong with being able to protect yourself. Larry, thank you for reminding me that it is OK.Read more ›
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This is a great documentary that should be viewed by more people. I happened to hear about it on the radio so I decided I wanted to watch it. I'm really glad I bought it! Read morePublished on August 13, 2014 by RobertaAnn
Michael Moore is such a smug, self-righteous, Left-Wing phony and Larry Elder spend two hours telling us why. Read morePublished on November 27, 2013 by Bobby33x
I love Larry Elder - good statistics on the second amendment and why gun ownership by responsible and law abiding citizens protects them and not criminals.Published on November 25, 2013 by Karen
I bought this to see what my talk radio station what talking about. I guess... :-) It's a REDBOX VHS in my opinion. LOLPublished on April 11, 2013 by Louis Walker
I think this movie does a good job exposing people Like Michael Moore and their failing attempt and logic to remove the second amendment. Read morePublished on June 21, 2012 by Name
Larry knows how to weave a story. Very good movie. I don't know why I didn't view it earlier. A must see!Published on January 22, 2012 by Jimmy the K
Get smacked in the face with some libertarian common sense. An excellent defense of the second amendment and another counter to Michael Moore's sensationalist nonsense.Published on January 16, 2012 by ALLUSA
I had higher hopes for this DVD. I had followed Larry's progress and hype for this. I think he was on track, and I agree with his views (not Michael Moore's) but I think the end... Read morePublished on May 6, 2010 by Boots