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The NRA Has A Major 'Competitor' That Won Huge Fights Against Gun Control

• Business Insider

After the Gun Control Act of 1968 passed, new groups emerged to fight against gun control, including one that has been quite successful: The Second Amendment Foundation.

"Basically, after the competition in gun rights started, the NRA was forced to rethink how to do things," SAF's special projects director Phil Watson told NPR, which pointed out that SAF won a number of legal battles.

Indeed, one of those victories came just a few days before last week's massacre at a Connecticut elementary school. Here's a run-down of that win and other battles the NRA's lesser-known cousin has won.

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