13 Politically Incorrect Gun Rules

Gun lovers. Herewith are thirteen things to remember when carrying your weapon. BTW- this list is not original. I’ve Google up the bullet points but alas …I got nada in regards to who penned it. If and when someone schools me on who the author is you can rest assure that I’ll give him or her proper praise. Enjoy.

  1. Guns have only two enemies rust and politicians.
  2. It’s always better to be judged by 12 than carried by 6.
  3. Cops carry guns to protect themselves, not you.
  4. Never let someone or something that threatens you get inside arms length.
  5. Never say, “I’ve got a gun.” If you need to use deadly force, the first sound they hear should be the safety clicking off.
  6. The average response time of a 911 call is 23 minutes; the response time of a .357 is 1400 feet per second.
  7. The most important rule in a gunfight is: Always win – cheat if necessary.
  8. Make your attacker advance through a wall of bullets . . . You may get killed with your own gun, but he’ll have to beat you to death with it, because it’ll be empty.
  9. If you’re in a gunfight:
  10. – If you’re not shooting, you should be loading.
    – If you’re not loading, you should be moving.
    – If you’re not moving, you’re dead.

  11. In a life and death situation, do something . . . It may be wrong, but do something!
  12. If you carry a gun, people call you paranoid. Nonsense! If you have a gun, what do you have to be paranoid about?
  13. You can say ‘stop’ or ‘alto’ or any other word, but a large bore muzzle pointed at someone’s head is pretty much a universal language.
  14. You cannot save the planet, but you may be able to save yourself and your family.

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  • The Parson

    Now that’s good doctrine. May I make one more suggestion. If you have two coats and no gun … sell a coat and buy a gun. Amen

    • Mark Daniel Johansen

      Sorry, that’s not original. Someone said essentially the same thing many years ago — Jesus Christ. Luke 22:36.

      • http://www.monster-island.net/ kushibo

        Jesus also said that among them, two swords was enough.

      • fed up!

        very good advice from A VERY GOOD SOURCE!

  • mort_f

    I will add another. If you need to use a gun, shoot to kill, never to maim. The damned lawyers have less to play with.

    • Hanza

      You never, never shoot to kill. You shoot to stop the person from an action that would put you or other innocent persons in danger of death or grave bodily harm.

      You shoot to center mass. They might subsequently die but that is out of your hands.

      The reason you don’t ever want to talk with people and say you would “shoot to kill” is that could come back to haunt you if you had to defend yourself in any after shooting court case. A lawyer would use that “shoot to kill” statement as evidence that you were just waiting for a chance to do so. Premeditation.

      • Gary

        Center mass ;Two to the nose, afterall they may be wearing a vest and you wouldn’t want a recochet. Excuse “I ‘m a lousey shot and accidentally hit him in the head.”or even better ” I didn’t want to hurt him. So I thought the head was the safest place to hit him” .

        • USAFVET

          I like a crotch shot, or anywhere in the abdomen. It will surely mess up the rest of their life.

          • tygresss1

            I personally like going for the knees. Why? Simply put (No knee caps) and they can’t run. There for the cops will be able to arrest them!

          • Old Retired Copper

            But they can still shoot back…why do you think the cops are trained to shoot center mass and cranium? Because one or the other will stop the threat in most instances. Also a much bigger target to hit when the adrenaline is pumping and YOUR knees and every other body part is shaking. Please, folks!! If the SHTF, no movie crap..take the high percentage shot(s) until the threat is neutralized. So much misinformation out there…

        • fed up!


      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_A7IWX6IL4TYSSBPSV3USKVBLDY Michael

        Exactly correct! Your freedom is in y-o-u-r articulation, such as: “I was in fear of my life. This person presented an immediate threat to my life (and/or to my family). I fired to stop the threat. When he continued to persist in his threat to my person and my life I was forced to shoot again to make him stop his aggression. That is all I have to say at this time, officer.”

        If you so desire, you may repeat this same statement as often as your attorney thinks it is necessary to do so.

        • Conservative

          Make no statement until you have talked to a good “gun” lawyer!

          • voted against carter

            ” I was afraid for my Life”,… Please call my lawyer as I have been advised by him NOT to say anything else until he is present.”

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Mike-Young/100001630951601 Mike Young

        That is why you never reveal your true intentions to people in any situation Lawyers like to use statements you make against you (jokingly or not) in a Court no matter how you intended your statements to come out. Always remember be carful what you say to people and how you say it. Your statements even in a joking manner could come back to haunt you in the future.

    • The Redbone

      GOOD, AND I DO.

    • Reader

      1. You should to end a threat. Be it 1 bullet or 20, you keep shooting until the threat is no longer present.

      2. NEVER go for an extremity shot. There is a reason why the FBI trains their people to shoot to the center of mass until the threat is ended. Shots to extremities are at a high risk of missing, especially on a moving/aggressive target. You do not shoot to cripple, you shoot to end a threat, and hitting arm/leg can only be guaranteed if you have a stationary target. Even if a person is wearing a vest, getting hit by a piece of copper-jacketed lead traveling 1300-2500 fps is GOING to hurt. Even with a vest, a 12-gauge hit to the chest can be fatal. If the center of mass is only slowing them, not stopping them, then consider going for head shot.

      3. Beyond stating to 911 that you had to use your gun in self defense, say absolutely NOTHING to the police until your lawyer is present. Even in a blatantly obvious case of legally-defined self defense, it is not their job to see you go free if innocent, and they do NOT have to tell you the truth. Remember that if there is any investigation involving you, the police are NEVER your friend.
      4. ALWAYS evaluate every situation to determine the potential of the need to defend yourself. Consider scenarios in advance so the decision if you will need to defend yourself or not in those circumstances can already be made. If something triggers the decision to defend yourself, do NOT hesitate. Any threat within 21 feet could put a knife in you faster than you can draw and use your gun. Keeping a defensive mindset is crucial to effective safety and defense of yourself and your family. If a person strikes you as a threat, don’t allow them close. Avoid them, if you can, be ready to defend yourself if you can’t avoid them. Do NOT go spouting off all these situations and scenarios, as some overzealous DA could try pushing for premeditation.

      5. Just like the police, we do not carry guns to kill. We carry guns to live. We carry guns to defend ourselves (police carry a gun for their own safety) and our families. Have a gun, carry it all that you legally can, practice and get good with it. Keep a defensive mindset. Protect yourself and your family.

  • poppa kappinyoas

    I like the way you think Doug

  • Michael

    Jeff Cooper put out many of those sayings, but a good compilation none the less. I feel much safer carrying a .45 ACP than a cell phone that might get a cop to me.

  • http://profiles.yahoo.com/u/QHRUML5XFH7AMSWH63TQH7F7E4 MalikTous

    I regard all gun control laws as ‘politically corrupt’ violations of the Constitution. The recovery of our birthright of knowing to respect firearms should take precedence over power-mad greedy politicians. Ban libtards and exile the entire anti-gun lobby – and kick the UN out of NYC! Small Arms Treaty is Small Brain Treason!

    • http://www.facebook.com/mike.tschida Chester Tschida

      I’m a hard core republican. But you honestly think all people have the right to bear arms? Do you know why we have laws?? Because people can’t use common sense. Let’s let a convicted rapist carry a gun– a 13 year old in school– a guy with a machine gun in a bank– a schizophrenic not on his meds– etc. You need gun control laws. There might be too many, but you need them.

      • edd

        U sound like a lib to me control guns an you can control the people ask Hitler or any other that started any dictatorship that was the first thing they did get rid of the gun an you win hands down

      • http://profile.yahoo.com/HEOHJTO7UOGXI37CWRDMRG6BHY DurangoKid

        Chester, you are an idiot. A convicted rapist can not be sold a gun legally, it’s a federal offense. 13 year olds can not purchase a gun. Any criminal can bring a machine gun into a bank, no matter if there are gun laws or not.
        Mentally disturbed people can not buy guns. So, the laws are already in place to combat your scenarios…..do you think they are working? Would more laws improve the situation. No, it would only make it harder for a law abiding citizen to protect himself/herself.

        • Molly

          “I regard all gun control laws as ‘politically corrupt’ violations of the Constitution. ” It’s interesting that you say the quoted sentence, and call someone else a moron for pointing out that some gun laws are helpful and for the betterment of society as a whole. Why can’t children buy guns? Because it’s a law. What about rapists, felons, schizophrenics? As you pointed out, gun control laws (which you in the quoted text clearly characterize as “politically corrupt and violations of the Constitution”) prevent sales to these individuals. Therefore, some gun control laws are righteous and necessary. Learn how to make a clear argument.

          • http://www.facebook.com/jfuller0217 John Baa Fuller

            There is a difference between laws explaining who can legally purchase a firearm and gun CONTROL laws. I firmly believe that certain individuals should not be allowed to buy firearms, and I’m sure that most people on here agree with that. But, we should not be told by any government what type of gun we can buy, or where we can carry them.

            -when the law abiding citizen hears “you can’t carry here” the criminal hears “It’s safe to attack here.”

        • REDBONE

          Hey kid big 10 4

        • Guyzilla

          @ Durangokid, Hate to be the one to burst your bubble, But there are plenty of “Mental” people that can buy guns legally, I’ve worked for over 15 years in state hospitals, & know of several that own legal weapons, It’s a history of violence/ aggression that raises the red flags, This is not to say it’s right or wrong, just it happens. P.S. yes my guns are easily @ hand, & if one of these people come into my perimeter armed, well who knows, For sure they are not going to be offered a cold drink.

          • fed up!

            there are ‘plenty’? i5 years but you only know several????

      • Shadow_58

        Of course there is good old common sense which I see you display none in your comment.

      • 57chero

        Umm, THAT WOULD BE THE REASONS – FELONS – ,,,, CAN’T CARRY GUNS MORON. ( as in criminals )

        OOps, sorry for the caps lol.

      • American Patriot

        Nonsense Chester. There’s no objective evidence the 25, 000 gun control laws in this country had any positive effect on the items you listed. The only positive affect was to not allow a woman to protect herself from a rapist or an ex-husband or anyone breaking into your home. Drunk driving laws don’t prevent them from killing someone with an automobile. They don’t blame the automobile. The drunk driver is blamed. It’s easier to “blame” the gun.

      • Bob

        So you think they didn’t have children, bank robbers or rapists back in 1776?

        Or maybe you think
        you are smarter then the founders?

        Fact is, children
        fall under the controls of parents, and all others should be able to buy a weapon,
        not because we want them to have a gun, but because we do not want to make gun
        ownership a privilege. When you let government decide what people can have a
        gun, that’s what you have, by definition it is no longer a right.

        So felons shouldn’t
        have a right to protect themselves? even non violent ones?

        See how this doesn’t

        On the flip side,
        did you stop even one past violent felon from another murder if they wish to, lol,
        absolutely not.

        Anyone here advocating
        for any form of gun control is good is either ignorant, a or has an agenda.

        • Reader

          Rights can be revoked through due process of law. I have a right not to be incarcerated. If I break the law and am convicted, then my jail time is a revocation of my rights resulting from my own actions. Revoking a person’s right to keep and bear arms or vote for committing a crime runs the same way. Losing certain rights is the result of their conscious decisions to break the law.

          On a side note, 14-16-year-olds USED to carry guns to school sometimes AND keep them in the building. Between hunting families and trap shooting, it wasn’t uncommon. Curiously enough, back before prayer and mandatory reciting of the Pledge, none of those kids shot up the schools.

          I do agree that children fall under the control of parents, and barring any criminal actions (or blatant mental health issues), any other adult should be able to buy a gun AND carry it. (The 2nd amendment say “bear”, not just “keep”.)

          • fed up!

            you left out ‘banned’ i agree with you completely

      • blusportie

        Chet, you don’t have a right to say shiite! Why, because I just said so, that’s why. If you can arbitrarily ban my 2nd Amendment rights, it’s only seems fair that I can ban your 1st Amendment rights. You need to review some U.S. history, son.

      • fed up!

        have you ever bought a gun??do you even know what the current laws are??

    • Skates

      I AGREE with Ban libtards and exile the entire anti-gun lobby – BUT kick the UN out of NYC & UNITED STATES!

    • DHConner

      Nah-it’s al;ot easier to keep an eye on their UN diplomat/spies right where they are than in some foreign country.

    • Keith

      Yes $crew the UN. These are all a bunch of foreignors attempting to influence the laws here in the United States. The UN should be liquidated. Beware of Foreign Influence. Typically the Enemies of the USA are foreignors.

      • okiejim

        I would venture to say that many of the enemies of the United States reside in Washington DC, not outside the US. Just saying.

  • Wyatt Earp

    And never go to war with a pistol the caliber of which does not begin at least with a “4”.

    • bobbylang

      War?? God help us then!
      carrying a “4” and it’s ammo is a lot for an old guy!!
      How about a damned hard “3”? Or an obsequious “2”?

      • Gary

        .357 has down more people than any other caliber ,and usually with one shot.though it’s alot harder on the ears.

        • Willy in Detroit

          I hate to burst your bubble, but the old .38 is WAY ahead on that count. But like any firearm, it requires the use of the sights!

          • tiredofO

            If you practice with your pistol using “natural point” you do NOT need sights. This does require practice with the pistol, but it truly is the best way to aim when under stress. It is taught to law enforcement and to military, works even when it is too dark to use the sights. As long as you can see your target, you can hit it. If you are not familiar with this, contact a competent firearms instructor.

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_KRK7Q7ZNT75UVU43DHR5DCR5L4 nmgene

          A 357 magnum will go through the perp, through the wall, through your kid and into your neighbors house. Unless it hits a heavy bone the perp may not even know he was shot. I carry a 44 special with Hollowpoints. It will put anyone down and stay in them.

          • Reader

            These days, with modern ammunition, there is no difference in the stopping power for anything above a 9mm, including .44 and .45. A hollow point will go through perp, wall, kids, too. If you are concerned about other innocents in your house, get safety slugs or other frangible ammo. It will not go through 2 layers of drywall and have lethal power on the other end. More, it never leaves an exit wound. That is 100% of the bullet’s force and stopping power being expended on the person rather than wasted going through half a city block behind him. I don’t care what the gun, if I can start with safety slugs, I’m happier. My personal load starts with safety slugs, then goes to hollow points. At that point, if threat hasn’t ended, I’m thinking of running, anyway, but I DO also have some FMJ.

  • Mark Daniel Johansen

    I’d prefer to have people call me “paranoid” than have them call me “the late Mr Johansen”.

    • victoryman

      Amen, sir, amen. Well said!

  • unafil

    The cash I keep in the house is wrapped around the barrel of a . 357 Smith & Wesson

  • http://www.facebook.com/mell.bishop.9 Mell Bishop

    I believe that most of these are Clint Smith quotes. I was able to verify a couple of them as being his.

  • 3DAngeu

    My philosophy is “I don’t shoot to kill, I shoot to stay alive!”

  • dcartmill

    If anyone else has seen this article and knows how I can retrieve it Please ref the site.
    I read on one of the blogs an article ,which gave some very good advice ,which I failed to save Basically it was : It is the middle of the night and an intruder as entered your home …You confront him with your gunHe advances on you while holding a knife..you shoot he falls and is dead,you call 911 and report the break in and shooting…NOW what do you do … Basically say nothing except I feared for my life ,BUT the author pointed out that while you hope you will never have to make use of your team,you should have made a pact with several like thinking friends …That if this should ever happen you will have a 2nd telephone and call one of them ( because as soon as you tell 911 there was a shooting ,that your phone will be locked out ) you will tell your friend ,this is Tom and there has been an incident at my home please make the appropriate calles. i.e. No details ,keep it simple…friend #1 will then contact a previously agreed upon atty,who is aware of your 4 man pact, and the other members who can then assist in supporting you in various other ways. The main thing don’t say anything until your lawyer gets there. i.e The police are NOT your friend and your answers to seemingly innocent questions can be given a horrible spin. The police are not there to defend you ,but to close a case. An example:” Did you know the victim” ,all of a sudden he is the victim. There was alot more examples of implications that could be spun from your answers to seemingly innocent questions you were asked while stressed. I was amazed and now kick myself for not saving the whole article.

    • Gary

      First if someone has broken in and comes at you with a knife.after you “subdo” him.Call the cops and tell them someone has broken in and attacked you with a knife.Do not say you had a shooting ,they will find out soon enough,just say he is subdoed. let them tell you he is dead.
      (I’m not a lawyer though }


      The USCCA website.

      • lilolady

        Thank you, RED.

  • bobbylang

    Pity you could not find the author!
    Whoever it was was a realist! I like realists and can’t stand speculators!
    I loved the messages all!! Each succinct and critically important!!
    One blessed day, the world will become civilized, but that will probably be when the good Lord has put us through the final days, skimmed the cream, banished the rest, and entered the best to a whole new “Paradise”!
    Then guns will still be the fabulous recreational tool they always have been, as well as being a badge of citizenship!
    Stay safe! Don’t trust a politician! or a Chief Justice !

  • harrydweeks

    Love it……. your rules make good sense. Fight any government takeover of our Second Amendment Rights.

  • Bob1240

    When are we gonna re-institute Treason as a Crime?

  • The Scotsman

    Looking down the muzzle of a .44 Magnum or a .45 ACP is very nerve shattering. Oh yes, a .357 Magnum is almost as bad. I have available, for instant use, all 3 of these. And I know how to use each one!

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_A7IWX6IL4TYSSBPSV3USKVBLDY Michael

      Some of us are whacky enough to live by this belief: All handguns suck! The only good use for a handgun is to shoot your way to your rifle or shotgun….. (Personally, 8 rounds of .00 buck just makes me all warm and fuzzy….. although I will make do with 11 rounds of 230 grn .45 semi-jacketed hollow points if forced to do so by circumstances…..)

      • DHConner

        (By way of beginning. let me say that not I or anyone here wants to take another person’s life. It is an enormity that brings profound changes to the personality, and no-one is ever the same again.)
        Yes that’s what Jeff Cooper said: A handgun is just a tool to fight your way to your rifle. I keep my Win 97 takedown right by the bed and it only holds 6 rounds (with 1 in the chamber). So you may disagree with the Springfield 1911 A1 with 14 in the mag and 1 in the hole and 2 extra mags right under my pillow, but as others have said here: you’ll have to get through a hail of bullets to get to me, and I don’t believe my FBI loads (PDX1 & Golden Sabre 230’s) will let me down. If they do, I’ve still got a well tested beta c-mag on the AR15 to further discourage them.
        Those who say to say nothing to the police (who are NOT your friends) are exactly correct. “Everything you say can and will be used against YOU”. Not the scumbag that did whatever he did to cause you to shoot him, but you. Name, address, and “I am exercising my 5th ammendment rights until advised otherwise by my attorney”. And for God’s sake don’t go around about how you’ll blow this one or that one away or if this or that. DO NOT LET YOUR MOUTH OVERLOAD YOUR ASS!!.
        NOT EVEN AROUND YOUR FRIENDS. Because they are most likely not going to take a false information or obstruction charge to keep you out of jail or get you out. Seriously, would you risk time in the slam, losing your job, messing your family’s life up, and all the rest by telling a falsehood? You don’t have to offer anything, but you do have to be honest with your answers.

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  • Lonesome Wolf

    As the saying goes; “When seconds count, the police are only minutes away.”
    Gun control means hitting your target.
    ” ” ” using two hands.

  • RogerDodger

    The answer is; nebraska republic dot org “WATCH VIDEO”. Let me know what you think; rd6475 at hotmail dot com

  • http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/ Ted R. Weiland

    I say there are three enemies to guns and I won’t be very popular for pointing out the third one: the Second Amendment. The
    God-expected responsibility to bear arms in defense of ourselves, our families,
    and neighbors has been incrementally taken away from us since the Second
    Amendment was added as a part of the Bill of Rights to the Constitution. Yup,
    they did it to us again by framing the argument as one regarding a Second
    Amendment right rather than a Biblical responsibility.

    Now, before flying off the handle and calling me a kook, you may want to
    listen to what Larry Pratt, Executive Director of Gun Owners of
    America, had to say regarding this. Click on my name, go to our
    Broadcast Library Page, and click on third entry from the top, entitled
    “Interview with Interview with Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America.”

  • gjw

    If they want to outlaw guns, then how about cars, motorcycles, airplanes, srcewdriver, rope, duct tape, shovels, pitchforks, etc., etc., etc?? More people are killed every year by automobiles than by guns. Duh!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1471142389 Ramon Martinez

    Great list, but I take exception to Rules 2 and 7:
    2 SHOULD read: Better to be ACQUITTED by 12 than carried by 6!
    7 SHOULD read: ….There’s ONLY winning, there’s no such thing as cheating!

  • Texas Tanker

    I am a retired soldier. My training tells me to shoot to stop aggression. I can truly answer that I shot the persons 35 times with my 45 because I only carry 4 spare magazines. With the loads I shoot, even with a vest, two rounds center mass will at least break some ribs. If they move again, the follow-up will be in the face.

  • exbuckeye

    Thank you for cen sor ing my comment and advice!!

  • El Camino

    My favorite….When seconds count…the cops are minutes away.

  • Wayne

    I’m gonna post these…outside my front door.

  • stevenmarkpilling

    The plain, simple facts of the matter.

  • bink1595

    After someone tried to kick in our front door while I was on the road, a police friend told my wife this. once he kicks in the door and is in the house shoot him until the gun is empty. My wife asked why shoot him so much? Our friend said simply – When you are interviewed by the police tell them you were so terrified you kept shooting until the gun quit going BOOM! Your spouse has just given herself an ironclad reason for terminating the creep!

    • doug63

      don’t forget to save some shots for the bad guy’s buddy right behind him.

  • Gary S

    You might want to look at http://www.gunlaws.com . Alan Korwin as a book “After You Shoot, Your gun’s hot. the perp’s not. Now What?”. He goes into great specificity on this subject. Basically there is no single answer. Suggestions and different points of view are discussed. It’s a very thoughtful and thought provoking read. I know Alan but am not shilling for him. I recommend the book to all that carry and have taken classes from us.

  • icemancold

    WELL WELL:: GUN CONTROL! I Learned early in life about GUN CONTROL. Gun control is a firm grip and the ability to hit what you shoot at six times out of six shots anything less is not gun control.!!

  • Bob

    Understand an individual may continue toward you for many seconds after receiving a deadly shot. Understand your life will forever be changed after such an incident. Please take a course on using deadly force. Be prepared.

  • TexasJester

    A Texas trooper pulls over an old lady. As required by law, she presents her CHL (conceal/carry license) along with her driver’s license. The officer asks if she’s carrying.

    “Yes, sir. I have a .22 in my pocket, a .380 in my waistband, a .32 in an ankle holster, a Colt .45 in the glove box, and a .357 under the dash.”

    “Goid God!” replied the officer. “What are you afraid of?!”

    “Not a darn thing!” replied the old lady.

  • Old Phaaatt

    14: “Fear neither number nor size for I shall equalize”.
    First engraved on a Colt 45. Freedom of Speech

  • hooder

    Best rules in the world.

  • Bill Weston

    Again I say: Gun control is more than a human right, it is a moral obligation. Know your target and use both hands.

  • larry w.

    Proper gun control involves breathing pointing and shooting them center mass till they stop moving. U.S.M.C. UNIVERSITY OF PARRIS ISLAND AUGUST 1969

    • Guest

      Proper gun control means knowing how to use it. That’s why muskets, and later, the
      main battle rifles, from World War I to Vietnam, weren’t to be handled by amateurs.

  • Mephisto

    For any little idiot preaching gun control, it is a norm in any socialist society removing guns from citizens is only one of the first steps. Do not believe it? read what was done by Mao after the so called social revolution, read what wasw done by Stalin after the end of the Bolchevique revolution, read what was done by Castro after the Cuban revolution. If you question the reason, it is simple. An unarmed population is easier to control, do not fool yourself. I can easily show you that the socialist agenda proposed by DemocRATS match one by one the postulates of the Comunist Manifesto. Do you want to know how do I know, I was a student in a Latin American University where this was part of the undergrownd curriculum. Wakeup America…DemocRATS and BO are the enemy inside.

  • Drdbiggs

    This post was plagiarized from the Marines Rules for Fighting! Shame on you professor


    The Question is how did the Minutemen and Militia operate
    before the passing of the Bill of Rights; could that explain inalienable rights

  • slickzip

    Excellent ,, right on , I care for my guns as I would any other member of my family ,,,

  • Hippity

    The only reason the government wants to ban guns to citizens is if the government beomes to overbearing, the people can rise up. When that happens, the government wants to be sure it is the only one with guns!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ron-Wilder/100002640436055 Ron Wilder

    a two handed hold, aim to kill, and always challenge anyone who wants to take away your 2nd amendment rights…….how’s that for “gun control” ? :)

  • http://twitter.com/pilotlance Lance B

    Why is no one forcing the issue on Barry & Hillary, they swore to uphold the Constitution, Yet they are signing the UN Small arms treaty which abdicates our rights the UN and the banana republics which run it. The UN that has Syria and Lybia on the human rights committees.

  • ElderAmbassador

    Actually I believe No. 7. is a quote from Col. Cooper. Just after he said that one of his friends said “I beg to differ, the most important rule of a gunfight is to Bring a Gun!” The Col. responded, “I stand corrected.” Bring a gun, bigger is better (as long as the bearer can handle it) up to and including a shotgun. When there is enough room, I like the 1897 Winchester Trench gun loaded with 00 and with a 17″ bayonet attached.

  • janjomi

    Gun laws and regulations only apply to the law abiding they never apply to the criminals. In the old west days, when we had more rights than we have today, nearly all men carried guns openly and spent the day in the saloon drinking and yet the number of shootings were less than we have now.

  • PX4 Storm

    Some of those pithy saying I can attribute to Clint Smith. The tried by 12 rather than carried by 6 has been around longer than I can remember. Several sound very much like what one would hear swat or combat infantry school.

  • PissedoffVet

    GUN CONTROL IS HITTING WHAT YOU AIM AT limiting a persons ability to defend them selves is criminal and should there for be treated as such!!!!!!!!!!

  • Mad Mac

    Proposal of New Legislation

    Our new right, the Patient
    Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), was signed into law by
    President Obama and was upheld by the Supreme Court.

    Since the U.S. government can now compel people to exercise rights, here is another right we URGENTLY need to protect.

    hereby propose the following legislation and urge members of Congress
    to quickly pass it into law. Below I describe the Shooter Protection And
    Realistic Training Act (SPARTA), informally referred to as Guncare. The
    heart of this bill is an individual mandate requiring every American to
    purchase firearms, ammunition and training.

    Free men and women
    are recognized by their God-given human right to protect themselves and
    those weaker. Unlike the right to healthcare, The “Right to Bear Arms”
    is a genuine God-given human right, ALREADY guaranteed by the 2nd
    Amendment of the United States Constitution.

    Guncare addresses
    the problem of inadequate access to affordable firearms, training and
    ammunition to support these human rights.

    There are millions of
    Americans who don’t have access to adequate training and firearms. They
    count on the Police and righteous Citizens to protect them. This
    unfairly places the burden and costs of protecting our civilization on a
    tiny few. Because of this uneven distribution of responsibility, the
    cost of guns and ammunition is unreasonably high. If everyone is
    required to have a gun, ammunition, and adequate training, exercising
    our firearms human rights would be affordable for everyone.

    would, of course, be exemptions for Religious beliefs or financial
    hardship. Convicted felons, sex offenders and other liberals would be
    required to pay a fair tax which would be used provide free guns to the

    The costs in human misery of poor self-defense can no
    longer be condoned by society. If we can stop just one rape or child
    abduction with this law, it will all be worthwhile. The bill will also
    provide for a Federal concealed carry right for any adult without a
    criminal record or a mental illness.

    According to Gallup polls,
    47% of American adults currently report that they have a gun in their
    home or elsewhere on their property. This is up from 41% a year ago and
    is the highest Gallup has recorded since 1993. This is a good start.

    US Census population clock estimates there are 313,810,389 people in
    America. By my calculations, there are about 150 million people in
    America who are not exercising this most fundamental human right.

    Let’s protect human rights everywhere they are endangered.
    It is the right thing to do.
    Think of the children.

    free to post/repost/copy/paste/edit/whatever trips your trigger, and
    send it EVERYWHERE, especially your Senators and other elected officials
    (oaf-icals if anti 2nd Amendment). Maybe something will stick.


  • Jon

    These are quotes from EAG tacticals Pat Rogers. He’s a firearms instructor for then

  • Jon

    There’s a lot of banter on here about gun control laws it seems. Let’s reiterate one of the quotes…”you cannot save the planet. You maybe able to save yourself and your family.”.
    If every responsible American citizen went “heeled”, we would not have as much crime. Straight out. Criminals prey on those they deem harmless. It’s a proven fact. I have spent 12 years in our department of corrections and have been told numerous times this by guys that picked the wrong “victims”

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