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Sk8BoredR April 12th, 2016 2:24pm

It's easier to buy an arsenal than the costume of the NRA's gun safety mascot, Eddie Eagle. The NRA requires an 18-page application, rules around what you can do in the costume and a National Registry that tracks Eddie Eagle!

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jlong105 Indiana
04/12/16 2:50 pm

As it should be. I gun is a constitutional right. Without going into details about who should be allowed to and who should not the fact remains it is right. The costume is a trademark symbol. It should have more protection.

markm72 Cornwall,PA
04/12/16 12:47 pm

In California it's easier to get the job as Eddie Eagle than it is to buy a single firearm, let alone an "arsenal".

MediaBlackout Carry on, Carry on.
04/12/16 11:54 am

It's their mascot, they don't want people using it to bash the NRA, or make the actions of the eagle of anyone representing the NRA. I don't see why you're comparing the two.

tdyakker lost
04/12/16 11:15 am

So filling out an application and following the rules they set makes it harder than background checks, waiting periods(both for pick up/how often they can be purchased) and all the other hoops a gun purchaser must jump through? As usual your just spouting liberal talking points. I guess the libs are teaching children their lies are truths now. Gotta get em early!

knetzere Illinois
04/12/16 8:07 am

I wouldn't say an arsenal. What's the cost to rent this costume?

I'm sure you could find a non licensed knockoff pretty easily

ClayTownR California
04/12/16 7:32 am

Have you seen things like form 4473? Background checks are already in place at a federal level, and neither wait times nor assault weapons bans stopped the San Bernardino shooters.