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Topic - Larry Pratt
Federal prosecutors say a metro Atlanta man has been sentenced to 17 years in a series of robberies involving a group that impersonated law enforcement officers.
Larry Pratt, the executive director of the gun rights group Gun Owners of America, welcomed the idea of a local sheriff defying federal agents who try to come in and enforce new gun controls, saying that "we would immediately fly out and have a banquet in his honor."
"We are going to be butting heads [with Giffords' group] in all those races," said Larry Pratt, executive director of Gun Owners of America. "It will energize our people, I'll tell you that."
"Mark has long supported Colorado's hunters, sportsmen, and gun owners," he said. "Responsible gun ownership is part of our Western heritage, and Mark has always supported this through his work to expand public shooting ranges and his successful efforts to stop overbroad bans on common hunting rifles."