Author Topic: Skin That Smoke Wagon! Fundamentals of Clandestine Carry Pistol (Part 1 of 3)  (Read 418 times)

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I'm looking forward to Part 2 and Part 3. This si good material, so let's see how it plays out.
What most 21st Century Americans simply do not grasp is that the Constitution and Bill of Rights were not written to to give rights to the citizens of our then-new nation, but was instead written to tightly constrain the federal government.


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So far, he and I are on the same page.

I cannot now reliably hit a 3x5 card at 15 yards.
Maybe I can at seven.
But that's age, arthritis, and so on. It's not my lack of fundamental skills.
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Well, I guess I agree, pretty much.

Perhaps what I'm having issue with here, is what I perceive to be an unspoken premise, that there is no fire discipline in the bulk of armed "citizens" outside of additional training...Offered by...the author...of course.

While I no longer consider myself an "expert" in armed and unarmed combat, I do tend to bristle, a bit, when folks arise and declare, by statement or by allusion, themselves to be (or others whom they approve) in sole possession of THE right way.

I realize I'm being somewhat Curt and I apologise for that.
There's always another voice saying, "this is the way".

Ok I'll shut up now.

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