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North Carolina / National Rifle Association Convention #192235

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 19, 2000
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.

(Charlotte, North Carolina: Barry Serafin) The National Rifle Assn. convention in Charlotte, North Carolina, featured; scenes shown from National Rifle Assn. president Charlton Heston's video. [NRA grassroots coordinator Joel PARTRIDGE - comments.] The National Rifle Assn. criticism of Smith and Wesson for agreeing to marketing restrictions noted. [Gun DEALER - accuses Smith and Wesson of "bellying up the Clinton administration."] [Smith and Wesson president Ed SHULTZ - responds.] The National Rifle Assn. plans to broaden the appeal of guns noted. [National Rifle Assn. executive vice president Wayne LaPIERRE - talks about National Rifle Assn. Sports.]

Gibson, Charles;
Serafin, Barry

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