David Adams, Virginia Shooting Sports Association

This podcast is all about guns. David Adams joins J.R. to talk about everything from what guns are best for home defense, learning how to shoot, to the debate about the right to own them. Adams of the Virginia Shooting Sports Association gives a straightforward account of the current debate and steers clear of soundbites and typical inflammatory rhetoric. It’s a conversation those on both sides of the issue will want to hear and maybe serve as a foundation for compromise.

About David Adams:

David Adams is a former president of the Virginia Shooting Sports Association, the state affiliate association of the NRA, and currently serves as the association’s Vice President. Besides being an officer of the association, he also maintains the association’s website and blog, and is the editor of the weekly member newsletter, the eBullet. A longtime Second Amendment activist, he served as the NRA-ILA Election Volunteer Coordinator (EVC) for Virginia’s 7th Congressional District for almost 20 years and is a past recipient of the NRA-ILA Jay M. Littlefield Volunteer of the Year Award. He served on the Richmond Metro Friends of NRA Committee for 10 years, including one year as chairman. A veteran of the political and legislative process for almost 30 years, he served in the administration of Governor Jim Gilmore, and Attorney General Jerry Kilgore.

Links of note:
Virginia Shooting Sports Association
The disparities in how black and white men die in gun violence, state by state
Delegate Todd Gilbert: Virginia Gun Rights in Jeopardy

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