BBC Worldwide Productions is looking for families across America who have one unifying principle in common – they use firearms as central tools in their lives.
The following are a few examples, but not limitations of what we are looking for:
– A family that loves hunting for either sport or food.
– A family of preppers preparing for the worst.
– A family that lives in the remote countryside
– A family that uses firearms for protection
This documentary series aims to start a conversation about the beloved but wildly misunderstood American right to bear arms, and will showcase families who teach their children to respect and use guns as a tool.
If you are interested, please fill out the short form linked below or email email@example.com with your family’s names, current hometown, and a short paragraph about how you use guns in your life.
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