Man destroys AR-15 after school shootings


In Scotts own words:

"I'll be honest with you, it's a lot of fun to shoot," Pappalardo, a New  York state resident said. "I'm not a hunter. I've never killed anything  with it except a bunch of targets. I remember after Sandy Hook happened.  I said to my wife I'd gladly give this gun up if it would save one  child. That's five years ago now. Since then, more than 400 people have  been shot in over 200 school shootings. So I guess my words were just  empty words in the spur of the moment. And now here we are, 17 more  lives lost. So when do we change? When do we make laws that say maybe a  weapon like this isn't OK in today's society." Here is the full story.

 

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