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But in order to truly save lives, the conversation has to get intimate. But a lot of people my age have different views on guns, so it’s something that I’d be less likely to talk about openly." talked to some women who love guns, some who loathe them, and a lot in between.
"We need to start talking about gun safety in our relationships — now," says Rob Valente, vice president of policy for the National Domestic Violence Hotline. And every woman agreed that she would want to know if the man she was dating owned a firearm.
As of January 1, 2014, DOJ retains this information for long gun transactions in addition to handgun transactions.
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She received her JD from Indiana University Maurer School of Law in 2006.
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Any firearm made in or before 1899 (the date the receiver was made) is considered an antique.
Antique firearms may be sold by anyone licensed to sell them.
If you want to legally own an antique firearm, the law in the state where you live and plan to store the weapon is the most important. " You’ve watched pundits and politicos debate the issue. For Jessica, a 26-year-old in Sheridan, Illinois, shooting is a shared interest with her fiancé. "I know that he’s responsible." But some women don’t even know where to start the conversation.Maybe you’ve joined in the hashtag chorus, whether #Not One More or #Pro Gun. And those weapons are three times as likely to be owned by a man than a woman, according to a 2013 Pew Research Center report. Emily, a 21-year-old college student in Baltimore, says that "most younger people have similar views on issues like sex and birth control so those are generally less controversial topics."I’d be alarmed if he did not feel comfortable talking about it," she says. While no one wants to imagine her partner would hurt her, the stats tell another truth: 1 in 3 women will experience abuse in her lifetime, according to the CDC. And when a gun is present in a domestic-violence situation, a study in the found, it raises a woman’s risk for being killed by 500 percent.Single women are especially vulnerable, because laws give them less protection than married women, argues Shannon Watts, founder of Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America, part of the gun-violence prevention group Everytown for Gun Safety. Bringing up guns can be awkward, but as with abortion and STIs, you should know where your partner stands.