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Television review

A peek at trigger-happy America

Josh T. Ryan is an amiable salesman at a gun and ammo shop in Showtime’s “Lock ’n Load.’’ Josh T. Ryan is an amiable salesman at a gun and ammo shop in Showtime’s “Lock ’n Load.’’ (Mark Lafleur/Showtime
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By Joanna Weiss
Globe Staff / October 21, 2009

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There is a coastal sensibility to “Lock ’n Load,’’ the new reality series that premieres on Showtime tonight. Viewers, the show assumes, will be amazed to learn that some Americans actually shop for guns, hold them and clean them, take them to firing ranges and fire them. Even women! Even kids! (Full article: 595 words)

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