It humors me how she tries to bolster her argument by pointing out that the M&P on on the M&P-15 means Military and Police. Should we want substandard “civilian” versions? lol. The whole point of this gun debate is to have capable firearms in the hands of the responsible citizenry. With her logic, the only AR-15 that should be banned is the M&P-15. Every other AR-15 like the DDM4V1 should be ok, because there’s no Military & Police designation. #GTFOH
A lot of people are not too familiar with the twitter sparring match I had with Russell Simmons back in March 2013. I did not realize that Twitchy did a post presenting the entire exchange, right down to my responses to some of his followers. Big up to twitchy for that. I went back and read through the tweets and I got to say I forgot a lot of it.
I love rap music, but don’t think for a second I won’t call a spade a spade. I like Rich Homie Quan (I’m listening to type of way as I am writing this), but Rich Homie Quan talking to me about gun control is laughable.
I love this video and I love Natalie. The first time I met Natalie was in an airport in D.C. after both of our planes had to make some pretty rough landings due to weather. I spent the next 15 min talking her ear off about how I almost died because our pilot had to abort the first landing and try again. Suffice it to say she is a great person and a good friend and communicates a really good message in this video.
It’s 9:10pm after the first day of the Costa Ludus Handgun Employment Two course and I am tired. It’s a healthy tired, like you spent all day doing something really charitable and you’re happy with the exhaustion because it was for a good cause.
I once owned a Glock 26, I sold it and bought the Smith and Wesson M&P Shield. At the time I thought the Shield would do an even better job (concealment wise) than the Glock 26 did. So, why am I now writing this post telling you I want a Glock 26?