Tactical Switch: How Chicago’s lawsuit against an Indiana firearms shop could affect the future of gun control
In a video posted to Facebook last December, a bearded young man named Matthew J. Nadolski stands behind the counter at Westforth Sports, a gun shop in Gary. With a wall of rifles to his back and a glass case of revolvers in front of him, Nadolski describes the store as family owned and operated since 1957, then apprises that it sells weapons for home defense, self-defense, hunting, and “teaching an Eagle Scout to shoot.”
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