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Green Berets Stand up for 2nd Amd.
Retired Army Special ForcesMaster Sgt. Jeff Hinton was looking for 100 current or retired Green Berets to sign a petition defending Second Amendment rights. What he received was 1,100 special forces operators, all of whom are against bans on the kind of military-style rifles targeted in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in December. Military.com reports that Master Sgt. Hinton’s 2,900-word letter has been distributed to media outlets and posted on Professionalsoldiers.com. In addition to rejecting bans on guns for cosmetic reasons, the Green Berets also take issue with any bans on high capacity magazines, noting that it only takes seconds to reload. Read more http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/jan/31/1100-green-berets-petition-against-gun-control/