Charlotte, NC –-(Ammoland.com)- Rising country music star Kevin Fowler was the opening act for the “NRA Country Jam” at this year's NRA Annual Meetings in Houston.
Fowler is an unabashed supporter of NRA and the Second Amendment, and he'll gladly let you know that, graphically and in no uncertain terms. Fowler recently weighed in on the gun control debate during an exclusive interview with TheBlaze.
In the interview, Fowler said the U.S. already has plenty of gun laws on the books, and that those laws are just not properly enforced.
“If you want to kill people, you can do it with a fork, you can do it with something you can buy at the hardware store, you can do it with a gun, you can do it with a knife, you can do it with a car, you can do it with a truck, you can do it however you want to,” Fowler explained, stressing the importance of addressing the nation's mental health problem.
Fowler noted that he was raised around firearms, and has plenty of guns, but according to the article, they don't sprout legs and go off and kill people.
To see pictures of a recent Kevin Fowler concert and to read the full piece on TheBlaze.com, please click here.
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