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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGNS: Clark opposed to concealed-weapons laws
BY ROBERT IMRIE
GREEN BAY, Wis. - As thousands of gun-touting hunters roam Wisconsin in search of deer, Democratic presidential hopeful Wesley Clark said Tuesday he opposes concealed weapons laws like the one recently passed by the Wisconsin Legislature.
The retired four-star general from Little Rock, Ark., said he doesn't think people need concealed weapons for protection.
"If we need protection, we need other means of protection than concealed weapons," said Clark, explaining he owned 20 guns and has been shooting since boyhood. "I shot a lot of big guns and a lot of little guns. If you like big guns come into the Army."