“I just think there's a popular misperception of who gun owners are,” says Douglas Burdett, who stands for a portrait in his living room, holding a Remington Model 700 rifle. Above him are three of his hunting trophies: a deer, hunted in North Carolina, a black bear from a hunt in Maine, and a boar he killed while hunting in the mountains of Tennessee.
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