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College Football Player Gun Bans Could Be Ripe for Legal Challenge

Such rights aren’t something that can be legitimately withheld – at least without full due process and all that implies. Barring that, any such mandates are capricious, tyrannical and un-American. This post College Football Player Gun Bans Could Be Ripe for Legal Challenge appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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