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0:00-1:30 - Explaining UK gun policy


1:30-3:40 - His opinion on UK gun policy (Annoyingly the audio has unsynced somehow but easily fixable.)


3:40-4:30 - Getting his gun out of the cabinet


4:30-6:00 - Talking about why he owns a gun.


6:00-6:40 - Firing his gun in the garden

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I imagine this mostly as a comedy, with lines such as:

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