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The Washington Post and Ipsos asked nearly 400 AR-15 owners why they own the rifle, what they use it for and how often they fire it. Here's what the poll found.
Executive Editor Sally Buzbee's letter about The Post's series on AR-15s in America explains why the investigation chose to show the gun’s damage ...
The Washington Post examined autopsy and postmortem reports from nearly a hundred victims of mass shootings that involved an AR-15 style rifles.
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The migration of the gun industry out of blue states into red ones underscores the sharp divide among Americans over weapons like the AR-15.
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