In the "Cowboy State," where guns are present in more than half of all homes, an unlikely battleground is forming in the fight over the appropriate use of firearms.
Flush with victory in its push for state laws allowing concealed handguns, the National Rifle Association is lobbying lawmakers in &to=http://english.pravda.ru/mailbox/22/101/399/16508_axioms.html' target=_blank>Wyoming and 11 other states to make it easier for people to defend themselves with deadly force.
The &to=http://english.pravda.ru/world/20/91/368/14132_Coleman.html' target=_blank>NRA, backed by a growing membership of about 4 million, wants legislation specifying that people have no duty to retreat from an attacker before using deadly force. About half of all states have similar rules on the books.
But in Wyoming, the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence is taking a stand.