How one Ohio gun-rights group aims to upend the public debate by scaring Republicans - 2019-08-27
COLUMBUS, Ohio — National gun-rights groups like the NRA long have used hardball political tactics and borderline apocalyptic rhetoric to vanquish their opponents, raise money and accuse liberals of coming for your guns.
A gun-rights group that's relatively new to the Ohio political scene is following a similar playbook. But they're focusing the brunt of their ire not on the left, but on fellow gun-rights groups and Second Amendment-friendly Republicans.
And thanks to their confrontational, uncompromising approach, previously honed in other states, they may be gaining a foothold in Columbus.