Remember that wussy ‘journalist’ who claimed to have PTSD after shooting an AR-15? This group of rowdy chicks would have him for breakfast.
‘Good Patriot’ brought a bunch of rookies to the range to see what it’s like to use that famous ‘scary black rifle’ the Dems keep warning us about.
Looks like they didn’t find it so scary after all.
Actually, they seemed to be enjoying themselves.
“Can I do it again? Can I, like, pop two or three off?”
Weird. That doesn’t sound like PTSD at ALL.
And since it’s a group consisting entirely of ladies, that tired old line about ‘compensating for some inadequacies of their masculinity’ would sound pretty damned stupid, right?
So what are we seeing here?
We are seeing a group of people who came in with an open mind, not entirely sure what to expect, who discovered that shooting an AR-15 isn’t just ‘not scary’, but is pretty enjoyable, too!
Now compare that reaction to anti-gun propagandist, Gersh Kuntzman’s first-time experience.
It felt to me like a bazooka — and sounded like a cannon.
One day after 49 people were killed in the Orlando shooting, I traveled to Philadelphia to better understand the firepower of military-style weapons and, hopefully, explain their appeal to gun lovers.
But mostly, I was just terrified.
…Squeeze lightly on the trigger and the resulting explosion of firepower is humbling and deafening (even with ear protection).
The recoil bruised my shoulder, which can happen if you don’t know what you’re doing. The brass shell casings disoriented me as they flew past my face. The smell of sulfur and destruction made me sick. The explosions — loud like a bomb — gave me a temporary form of PTSD. For at least an hour after firing the gun just a few times, I was anxious and irritable.
So, grandmothers and teenage girls had a good time out at the range, but an allegedly grown man claimed he had ‘temporary PTSD’ in the middle of a piece conveniently pushing gun control.
And they wonder why we do not trust the press.
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