Brandon Combs

Firearms Policy Coalition

Guest

President of the Firearms Policy Coalition; former president of the lobbying group California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees, and former executive director of the Calguns Foundation, a nonprofit that focuses on Second Amendment education

Brandon Combs on KCRW

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The late Elliot Roger is suspected of shooting 13 people last Friday in Isla Vista, killing himself and six others.

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