Whit Collins

Former Editor of Guns & Ammo

Guest

Former Editor of Guns & Ammo magazine; Principal of Cook/Collins & Associates, a marketing and communications firm and expert consultant on advanced handgun and ammunition design for the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment

Whit Collins on KCRW

The US Supreme Court has settled an issue as old as the Bill of Rights:  individuals must be allowed to own guns .

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At least 33 people, including one gunman, are dead after a  shooting rampage  on the campus of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia.  There were two incidents--the first in a…

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