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Amy Schumer Mocks Gun Enthusiasts In A Fake SNL Commercial

'Saturday Night Live' mocked gun enthusiasts in a fake ad proved guns are there from first loves to new beginnings - and wherever life takes you.

One scene showed a man giving his significant other a gun during a date.

In another scene, a woman about to give birth a couple brandished a gun at a hospital.

"They unite us, comfort us, bring us strength," said the voiceover. "Guns we're here to stay."

Amy Schumer called for tougher gun laws in August, two weeks after a man opened fired and killed two during a screening of her movie 'Trainwreck' in Lafayette, Louisiana.

October 12, 2015 |

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