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Smith & Wesson Product Is Weapon Of Choice by Mass Murderers in Parkland, Aurora and San Bernadino

As part of planned student walkouts Wednesday around the country to call for gun reform after a massacre of students and teachers at Marjory Stoneham Douglas High School in Parkland Florida, a group of students, teachers and clergy plan to protest at the Smith & Wesson plant,

The rally is set to begin at 3 p.m. at 2100 Roosevelt Ave and last an hour. It is expected to draw high school students from Springfield and Holyoke, and from as far away as Boston, according to organizer Tara Parrish of the Pioneer Valley Project.

Smith & Wesson manufactured the AR-15 rifle that was used last month in Parkland Florida by the man charged with 17 counts of murder in the first degree at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, and the man who killed 12 people and injured 70 more in a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado in 2012, and again at an office park in San Bernadino in 2015 by a married couple that killed 12 people and injured 22 more. (Read the rest of the story at masslive)

See Us, Save Us Action to End Gun Violence at Smith and Wesson is on Facebook.



Honda Civics are the most stolen cars in the US for over a decade. They are also the most frequent getaway cars, involved in the most drunk driving incidents, and fatal collisions.

Are you going after Honda for supplying criminals and killing thousands of people too?

What about Budweiser for making liquor which contributes to tens of thousands of deaths per year?

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Guns are made to kill. Cars are made to transport people.

For decades, public interest groups have demanded reforms that make cars more safe. Cars are highly regulated. For example, to drive them you must have liability insurance.

When a car works according it purpose. You get where you're going.

When a gun works as intended for self-defense, a person is incapacitated with grievous injury or death, whether justified or unjustified.

Big difference between cars and guns.

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