Comments: Another New Shooter Behind Enemy Lines

Thanks Publicola. My guess is the 8 ring was from the first shot, which on the Sig it's harder to pull the trigger than on the other 9 shots.

Listen to me, i'm an expert now.

; )

Posted by annika at August 14, 2005 11:05 PM

She is hardly "behind enemy lines." I mean she's a member of the Cotillion, not a member of Democratic Underground.

Posted by Zendo Deb at August 18, 2005 09:39 AM

Zendo Deb,
The enemy line I was referencing was the one seperating America from California. She's solidly behind enemy lines. I'm hoping she'll escape as the resistance cells out there don't seem to be gaining much if any ground.

But if you doubt me look at Cali's gun laws. Not the worst in the country but close & they're working on it. Then look at how much socialism has openly crept into the state economic structure. I could go on but it's not that hard to see that Cali is in the hands of the enemy & those non-marxist, non-statists that remain are behind enemy lines. Ditto for the good souls stuck in D.C., Chicago - hell Ilinois for that matter, Jersey, NY & Mass.

Posted by Publicola at August 18, 2005 10:34 AM

my bad!

Posted by Zendo Deb at August 18, 2005 11:03 AM

i'm going to take the Cali Firearms Safety Certificate test today. i read through all the laws and it seems to me that Cali's gun safety laws are specifically designed to prevent anyone from using a gun for their own safety. So my question, oh wise bard of ballistics, is this: if Cali does not have the worst gun laws in the country, who does? and on a related note, i hear tell that Canadian gun laws are pretty restrictive. Are there any decently industrialized nations that recognize the rights of gun owners similar to or better than the US? i know the UK isn't, and Australia is debating guns right now.

Posted by annika at August 20, 2005 10:50 AM
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