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Probably a case of either he's trying to catch them in their "natural habitat" as human beings, or he's actually anti-gun.

There was another book which centered around pictures of gun-owners in their homes, and sometimes they weren't all great pictures. One comes to mind of a guy in his living room with a stack of pizza boxes in the corner and a table full of guns, and not much of anything else. The author wanted to show that gun owners are ordinary people, just like everyone else, not a bunch of truck-driving, venison-eating, log-cabin, Nugent-like nutjobs. More than likely, this book is just playing off of the success of that one, regardless of its intent.
 

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What's wrong with truck driving, venison eating, log cabin people? Also I think Nugent is a fine American and true patriot.
 

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There was another book which centered around pictures of gun-owners in their homes, and sometimes they weren't all great pictures. One comes to mind of a guy in his living room with a stack of pizza boxes in the corner and a table full of guns, and not much of anything else. The author wanted to show that gun owners are ordinary people, just like everyone else, not a bunch of truck-driving, venison-eating, log-cabin, Nugent-like nutjobs.
I actually own that book, Armed America, by Kyle Cassidy. It's a good coffee table book. Only a few nut jobs in there--the majority, like the majority of gun owners, are just regular people, whether they be hunters, punk-rockers, overweight dads, or just average twentysomethings. Amazon.com: Armed America: Portraits of Gun Owners in Their Homes: Kyle Cassidy: Books
 
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