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AP PHOTOS: A look at US presidents holding guns

FILE – In this Sept. 6, 1928 file photo, U.S. President Calvin Coolidge shoots at clay pigeons at his vacation home on the Brule at Superior, Wis, He scored twenty nine out of thirty seven. (AP Photo/file)

FILE – In this Sept. 6, 1928 file photo, U.S. President Calvin Coolidge shoots at clay pigeons at his vacation home on the Brule at Superior, Wis, He scored twenty nine out of thirty seven. (AP Photo/file)

FILE – In this undated photo provided by Harvard University Press, President Theodore Roosevelt, posing as an “outdoorsman,” points his rifle during a studio photo session. AP Photo/Harvard University Press)

FILE – In this Sept. 30, 1940 file photo,President Franklin D. Roosevelt comes ashore at Aberdeen, Md. to inspect the U.S. Army’s 28,000 acre “laboratory†where the ordnance ranges from tanks to 16-inch shells and rifle bullets. Roosevelt gets a close-up of the Army’s Garand semi-automatic rifle held by Capt. E.H. Harrison. (AP Photo)

FILE – In this Feb. 28, 1944 file photo, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Allied invasion chief, fires a Browning light machine gun using his hip as a mount, during an inspection of an infantry unit in England. (AP Photo/file)

FILE – In this Nov. 14, 1984 file photo, former President Jimmy Carter sights down the barrel of a shotgun as Reinhart Fajen, a gunstock manufacturer checks the fit, in Atlanta as Carter stopped during a visit to the national shooting sports foundation shot show at the World Congress center. (AP Photo/Ric Feld)

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