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In Colorado Springs, free guns for rabbis

Bernstein, owner of Dragonland near Colorado Springs, trains neophyte gun owners how to nail bulls-eyes — but local rabbis suggest his credibility is way off target. Bernstein made headlines when he offered each of the Springs’ four rabbis a free AR-15 semi-automatic rifle, two magazines and 100 bullets in Pittsburgh’s wake. “I felt bad” about […]
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Andrea Jacobs

IJN Senior Writer | andrea@ijn.com


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