According to the NRA's official website, the three-day Indy convention was offering up '15 acres of guns and gear, exclusive seminars and luncheons, appearances from top national political leaders and musical superstars - and the chance to rub shoulders with tens of thousands of other Second Amendment patriots'. Photo: Getty
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