Experience the story of America's love affair with guns through from the perspectives of the citizens who also happen to be proud gun owners. The United States is a big country with a diverse population. Here, people own guns for a variety of reasons: some folks like to hunt, while others are just ordinary, law-abiding citizens who get a kick out of shooting at targets with these remarkable machines. But it can't be denied that some gun owners are extremely dangerous individuals, their threat against society made all the more serious by the weapons at their side. In this documentary from National Geographic, filmmakers explore the lives of five people with guns to reveal why these lethal weapons have become a crucial component of American society. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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The video shows several clips of full-auto guns use, but never explains that full auto weapons are highly restricted since 1934. It furthers the misconception that machine guns may be purchased just like any other guns.
It states that Texas has no restrictions on gun purchases when in fact all states must have the NICS check.
It has other inaccuracies that serve to support the call for greater gun control.
This was a good documentary. I'm an NRA member & thought it was done well & unbiased. There are many other countries that arn't allowed to have guns but, have just as much gun ownership as America. Guns are part of everyday life in most of the world, not just America.