Introduction to the Shooting Sports
In the effort to promote responsible gun ownership and rights awareness, I make the following open offer to any resident or visitor in the Evansville, IN area:
If you have never shot a gun and would like to try, I am willing to take you shooting free of charge. I will provide the firearms, ammunition, eye/ear protection and I will cover your range fees. I guarantee if you are on the fence about gun ownership and usage, you will not be at the end of the session. You will have fun and learn a little in the process.
Please feel free to contact me if you'd like to meet at one or the other!
If you live in a different area, please check this map for mentors that may be in your area.
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Monday, April 26, 2010
"Anarchism is founded on the observation that since few men are wise enough to rule themselves, even fewer are wise enough to rule others."
- Edward Abbey
"Don't hit at all if you can help it; don't hit a man if you possibly avoid it; but if you do hit him, put him to sleep."
- Theodore Roosevelt
"Socialized medicine would combine the efficiency of FEMA with the compassion of the IRS.
- Too Old To Work, Too Young To Retire
Monday, March 08, 2010
Saturday, January 16, 2010
After reading this editorial that popped up in my Google News alerts this am.
The whole thing made sense, until the last paragraph, where Ms. Lu Ann Maciulla McNabb decides to pose her question. The bills all look good, look like they will extend gun rights, and treat gun owners the way they should be treated. What makes a church so special that someone with a valid permit to carry shouldn't be allowed to do so? I know of several instances right here in IN where guns were carried to church and no mass shootings happened.
There are also cases of legally carried weapons in churches STOPPING a mass shooting.
But that's not what I want to talk about is right here:
My question has been and continues to be, how can Virginia, the place where the worst mass tragedy in American history occurred, and which loses over 800 people every year to gun violence, continue to ignore the loss of life and create policies that leave families and communities devastated.I'm going to assume she means the attack at Virginia Tech, where 32 people lost their lives, and I'll grant that VT was a tragedy (a tragedy that some of the laws now being proposed might have prevented...entirely possibly). However, there is no way in HELL that the massacre at VT was the worst mass tragedy in American history.
- September 11th, 2001 ring a bell. The city of New York lost more EMTs / Paramedics in one day then VT lost in students. FDNY lost 10 times as many firefighters at Ground Zero as students were lost at VT. Nearly 100 times as many innocent civilians died at Ground Zero alone.
- December 7th, 1941, a day which will live in infamy. Japanese warplanes bomb and torpedo the ships at anchor at Pearl Harbor, leading the US into WWII. 2400 citizens of this county were killed.
- July 1-3, 1863, the Battle of Gettysburg, 46,000 Service men of this country, fighting one another lost their lives over a three day period.
In the face of these things, the attack at VT pales in comparison based on pure carnage. Don't try and use emotion, especially fake emotion to get your feel good nanny state laws passed!
Friday, January 15, 2010
I used to work for that company once upon a time, and I had the misfortune to wreck one of their trucks on the highway. It was NOT a good day for me, or for Atlantic Ambulance. Thankfully in the wreck that I was involved in, no one was seriously hurt. The truck shown in the pictures attached was one of the trucks that I actually worked and transported patients in.
Please keep the two EMTs, their families and the family of the patient in your prayers in this hard time for all of them.
And remember, be careful and safe out there.