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DRIVE BY: “I dream women will someday have the same rights as guns.”

Does that mean that this brilliant liberal wants…

– women to be banned from entering school and college campuses? (Heh. A woman free zone. – GOC)

– women to be banned from any establishment selling alcohol?

– women to be banned from polling places on election days (That would be the death of the Dimocrat Party – GOC)

– women to be banned from any official government group meetings?(No women in Congress – GOC)

– all women to be banned from all airports?

– you to have to pay a fee to the state before you can have a woman with you?

– some women to be banned outright simply because they look too scary?

– all women to be locked up at all times that they are not in use?

BY YE OLDE Gun Rights | Grouchy Old Cripple

And in this clip, at the end, you will see one mother who was glad, DAMNED GLAD!, that her man had a gun under his control:

“Images taken by the lenses of a security camera show the exact moment when the driver of a car reacted, shot and killed a robber on the corner of the crossroads Jerônimo Pimentel with Dom Romualdo de Seixas, in the neighborhood of Umarizal, in Belém. occurred last Tuesday (21).”

[HT:Knuckledraggin My Life Away | Where Bad Choices Make Good Stories]

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  • Casey Klahn March 6, 2018, 4:46 PM

    I had to pay a fee for my marriage license. Exactly as written: “– you to have to pay a fee to the state before you can have a woman with you?”

    If the silly protestor with the stupid sign thought it through, she’d realize that her constitutional rights are enumerated, larger and greater, than just the 2A. However, once that one goes, the rest will also tumble, like dominoes.

    The gang banger in the video doesn’t even know how to aim a pistol. Darwin Award candidate extraordinaire.

  • ghostsniper March 6, 2018, 6:47 PM

    Ever notice that the only people that ever talk negatively about guns are those least capable of doing so.
    That obese strumpet in the pik is one more example of victimhood perpetrated by the public indoctrination system and should be exterminated before it can breed.

  • Brother John March 7, 2018, 7:05 AM

    Ya know, some of those aren’t bad ideas at all….

  • ghostsniper March 7, 2018, 12:22 PM

    @Casey, did you see how casually the shooter walked down the center of the street yappin on the cell and as he pulled the gun out he put the cell away. To him, using the gun was as casual as using the phone. He changed his tune when he was forced to realize a gun is not so casual when handled by a person experienced in doing so. Too bad for him that his realization was too late.

    Every time I am around guns I am on high alert. I realize what can happen. And especially so when I’m around other people with guns, like at the range or gun shows, etc. It doesn’t require a maniac with a spray gun to burn a canyon size hole in the middle of a family as a single non-thinking idiot is fully capable of doing it too.

    Last summer I was at a gun show and not 1 minute after I entered a non-thinking idiot picked a pistol up off a table and turned around to show it to his friend, swinging it past me in the process. When we enter a gun show we are told to rack the slide/open the cylinder on our personal carry firearm and a zip tie is installed rendering it inert. The guns on display should be as well but the one in question was not. I immediately left, forfeiting the $7 entry fee, and will never again go to another gun show. As Remus says, “Avoid crowds”.

    FWIW, as that guy was mishandling that gun I was standing there drooling over a display of “never fired”, in like new condition, 30 year old Colt Python .357’s, in all their varieties, about 10 of them in the display. I will always regret not buying one or more back when they were being produced. Now, I am not wealthy enough to justify the $3k+ prices they are going for. I want one like “Hutch” had, stainless, 6″ barrel, wooden grips. But I will never have one and for that I mourn.

  • Casey Klahn March 7, 2018, 10:37 PM

    Ghost: I’ve never coveted a Colt Python, but someone very close to me owns a Ruger .357 in the 6″ barrel. Looks similar, except the tine is heavy but maybe not as heavy as that one. Still (my friend) will never wear out that barrel. I (oops, he…) covered the wood grip with camo tape because crawling in dirt when turkey hunting was an opportunity to damage that. It’s a handsome weapon that did once present itself between the owner and a 600 lb. plus cinnamon bear, and he was mighty glad to have had it.
    Here we open carry, but I just read that in Seattle, a citizen’s open carry is now at the unlawful discretion of the SPD. An open carry guy “looked wrong” at someone.
    Today, on the radio, I heard someone had reported an open carry in the new, Soviet-style Clinton development in the city. They experienced that Hosensheissen thing.
    I’m going to practice that looking wrongly thing. It might become a new weapon in urban conflict.

  • ghostsniper March 8, 2018, 4:54 AM

    Remember, looking wrongly is perceived by the other person, not you.
    You perception might be different.

    I likes me some Ruger and have been unsuccessfully looking for a Mark model which is a .22.
    I carried a Ruger 357 (western style) as my sidearm for running trap lines in Fairbanks. In hindsight I realize I was under staffed. Even with my slug loaded 870 wingmaster slung over my back. 40 years later I would not do that, but I do wish I still had that Ruger.

  • SiliconGraybeard March 15, 2018, 5:50 AM

    Heck, Grouchy Old Cripple is hardly getting started.

    How about in places around the country a woman can’t be in the passenger compartment of the car where the driver could reach out and grab her? She’d be in the back seat or locked in the trunk.
    How about she’s not allowed in the passenger compartment of an aircraft, even if she’s locked up?
    How about if you take your woman out with you, she can’t be openly displayed? Burka?