Kim Stolfer

Chairman, Firearms Owners against Crime

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Chairman of Firearms Owners against Crime and a life member of the National Rifle Association; former marine and civilian associate with the American Society of Law Enforcement Trainers

Kim Stolfer on KCRW

In the past month, 57 Americans have lost their lives to gun violence in eight incidents, which included mass killings of 10 and 13 at a time.

Why Hasn’t a Spate of Murders Led to More Gun Control?

In the past month, 57 Americans have lost their lives to gun violence in eight incidents, which included mass killings of 10 and 13 at a time.

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In the past month, 57 Americans have lost their lives to gun violence in eight incidents, which included mass killings of 10 and 13 at a time.

Is Gun Control Dead?

In the past month, 57 Americans have lost their lives to gun violence in eight incidents, which included mass killings of 10 and 13 at a time.

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