There's no doubt that people out there want to keep guns out of the hands of citizens. But, let's face it, all the anti-gun control rhetoric we throw around here is wasted. We're preaching to the choir! I say a discussion about recruiting those on the fence, and converting the mild antis is not only desireable, but necessary if we're going to preserve our rights... IMO, one of the best ways to convert a fence-sitter is talking, and exposure. In high school, I was for gun control. I believed the police would protect me from bad guys. But I slowly realized that they can't be everywhere, and that I need to take control of my situation. So, I hit the gun range, just to try it out, and I fell in love. Now, I'm not saying everyone will fall in love, but they'll see that guns aren't killing machines. The key is not to get in their face, otherwise they'll be intimidated. Be polite, but persistent! If you compete, invite friends to your competitions. If you shoot, invite friends to the range. I would suggest bringing no more than a couple of handguns, and maybe a long gun. You don't want to over whelm your friend with too many options! If you're juts a reader for now, talk to your friends about the news articles people post up here. Or about the latest feature of gun X. Any other ideas/stories?