Vince Vaughn is simultaneously taking on "True Detective" and gun rights.
In July's issue of British GQ magazine, Vaughn speaks about his career and a spate of run-of-the-mill comedies that didn't get him anywhere.
He also gives his opinion on Edward Snowden (American hero, not traitor) and carrying guns in public.
When asked about his stance on guns, Vaughn told interviewer Jonathan Heaf,
Vaughn compared restricting gun possession to outlawing forks in an attempt to cure obesity. Instead, according to him, guns should be seen as tools for defense.
Vaughn, who has politically identified himself as a Libertarian, defended gun ownership in the press before.
He'll appear in the second season of "True Detective," premiering June 21.
Citations: True Detective Star Vince Vaughn Says Guns Should Be Allowed in Schools Because Barring Them Is Like Banning Forks to Stop Making People Fat (Daily Mail)