I built my first AR Pistol about 20 years ago. I think that I’ve always wanted them to be a good idea, but between reliability issues and legal gray areas, they haven’t been a viable option to recommend to the average person for home defense use.
When it comes to guns in America, the principles of Rights and Responsibilities are overlapping. It’s not one or the other. Our Constitution guarantees the right, common sense requires the responsibility. Separating these two things is how we get infringement. Separating these two things is how we get accidents, recklessness and just about every evil or negligent act with a gun that I can think of.
…I knew 99% of the audience would believe that there was a HUGE difference because at home those attending the NRA Show would believe that they could “always” have a firearm in their home, but realizing that there would be times where that wasn’t possible or practical outside of the home. The nature of the response is a tactical issue, not a philosophical or strategic one… but, that isn’t always obvious.
So, here is our first look at the much speculated upon “Executive Orders” on gun control. I’m going to spend some time going over them in detail… and I hope that all responsible gun owners will before really trying to discuss them. I hope that everyone on both sides of the debate as well as …
The real difference between Good and Evil in this case isn’t that they have guns and we have flowers… it’s that they have guns and We Have Flowers and Guns.