“The core of the gun-rights movement—and the firearms market—is made up of white men who live in suburbs or rural areas. These buyers are among the least likely to encounter gun violence, but the most likely to die by their own hand using a firearm. And yet the gun industry has so far avoided any real public reckoning over whether the strategy that keeps these customers buying could also be placing them in danger.” This collaboration from The Atlantic and The Trace by Mike Spies provides a detailed look at an aspect of gun violence we don’t talk about as much. It’s also a really interesting dive into how modern discourse can turn somewhat moderate views into other-hating extremism. The Death of a Gun-Rights Warrior.