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Miss South Carolina: Don't Ban Military-Style Weapons

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By    |   Monday, 14 Sep 2015 08:40 PM

Miss South Carolina Daja Dial became the hero of Second Amendment supporters during Sunday night's Miss America contest when she said during the Q&A session that a ban on military-style weapons isn't the answer to gun violence.

"I think we need to increase education. We have to go back there," Dial said. "If we teach people the proper way to use guns, then we will reduce the risk on having gun-related accidents. It starts with education."

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Gun-rights supporters, including radio and TV host and author Dana Loesch, agreed.


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Miss South Carolina Daja Dial became the hero of Second Amendment supporters during Sunday night's Miss America contest when she said during the Q A session that a ban on military-style weapons isn't the answer to gun violence.
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