On Tuesday evening, "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed to the program Rebecca Bond and Jon Bond. The founders of the organization "Evolve" shared with Piers Morgan their alternative method of enacting change in the sentiment towards guns in America, by working with the NRA.
"Our fight isn't against guns. Our fight is against irresponsible behavior related to guns," said Rebecca Bond. "And so by coming at it from, first and foremost we start with saving a life. So if most people in this country can agree on one thing to begin with and that is to save a life, then we can start from a common ground."
Jon Bond explained the need for gun owners to work with them side by side:
"We need people who own guns to accept our organization," he said. "And if we make them feel bad about them self or they see they're being attacked, then they push back and are intransient. So we need to be inclusive."
Also on the program, attorney James Corley joined Morgan and explained why he is no longer an NRA member. Corley owns 38 guns and used one to shoot and kill a robber at the ACOA Club in Columbia, South Carolina in 2009.
"Because all you ever hear about is fund-raising, for what purpose, I'm not really sure," said Corley about his frustration with the NRA.
"I think there is a disconnect. I don't think they're communicating," said Corley. "They communicate through three magazines and some select mailings. All of which are just basically soliciting funds for whatever, you know, they happen to be pushing at the moment. I'm not really sure what they're pushing."
Watch the clips and listen to the interviews as Corley tells Morgan, "You're going to get a lot more gun safety in a concealed weapons permit class here in South Carolina," than in the NRA's marksmanship program.
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