Apparently someone put a gun in the oven, and it went off.
So this leads to
So we have. . . .
Rule 0. Eyes and Ears – Always wear eye protection, and hearing protection where warranted.
Rule 1. All guns are always loaded
Rule 2. Never point your gun at anything you are not willing to destroy.
Rule 3. Always keep your finger off the trigger until ready to shoot.
Rule 4. Know your target and what’s beyond it.
Rule 5. Never try to catch a dropped gun.
Rule 5-3/4. Don’t put your gun in the oven.
So, back in 2016, some of my Interwebz friends were at a pretty fun time, shooting and gathering in east Tennessee. Unfortunately, I was still involved in the Late Unpleasantness, which pretty much kept me from doing much of anything.
Last year, though, they met again, Memorial Day weekend, and I was fortunate enough to take the Dauphin with me. Here are a few pictures:
And so, this Memorial Day, we will be holding the Third Annual East Tennessee Blogger Shoot. If you are interested, contact me here.
No offense to Sheriff Jim Wilson, but I have to ask: what if the Ford Mustang still had a crank in the front? Wouldn’t that be a great feature? After all, it would sure help to start the car, if the battery died.
Yes, that’s still the argument we hear from 1911 enthusiasts about the grip safety. In the latest entry, Sheriff Jim admits this feature was added so that we could use the gun at full gallop on a horse.
Someday, someone will design a good .45 without a grip safety. Maybe it even holds more than 7 rounds.
Played with a 10/22.
Kudos to @randfann, Cindy.
Can we not make the valid argument that reduced capacity magazines are unpatriotic?