stupidity

Apr 202017
 

The latest issue of the CSSA’s newsletter tells us of the wonderful story of how we shot ourselves in the foot…

COMMENTARY: British Columbia shuts shooting down — Learn from mistakes made there before it’s too late for you!

CSSA/CILAby CSSA/CILA
CSSA E-News

On April 5, 2017, B.C.’s recreational shooters suffered a huge setback. The Government of British Columbia shut down shooting “within 400 metres of select roads on non-municipal Crown land within the Fraser Valley Regional District.”

Why? Partly because target shooters were too lazy to clean up after themselves and partly because the B.C. government could no longer turn a blind eye to their atrocious and increasingly dangerous behaviour. Continue reading »

Jul 202014
 

Thank you so much.  Seriously.

Dennis E. Florianby Dennis E. Florian
Gun Owners’ Resource

I simply cannot telly you how much smarter I am after reading Kristen’s Rolling Stone article, The 5 Most Dangerous Guns in America.  No, really, I’m not being sarcastic (for once).  You see, if it weren’t for that lovely article, I probably would never have fully realized just how God damned dumb gun grabbers think the rest of us are. Continue reading »

Jun 242014
 

Unlike good wine, stupidity doesn’t improve with age

Dennis E. Florianby Dennis E. Florian
Gun Owners’ Resource

Whilst we often tell ourselves that the utter malignancy of gun grabbers and the assorted gun control profiteers who would line their pockets from the fear sewn by them can’t possibly get any worse, we are too often shown that yes, they can.  This time, it’s a company from Oklahoma called ProTecht that has punched through the barrel’s floor and continued on its merry way.

BertTurtle

These buzzards claim that they’ve got the solution to school shooting: bullet resistant blankies.  Problem is, this sort of idiocy has been done before, over 60 years ago, and it’s not one damn bit smarter now than it was then. Continue reading »

May 262014
 

And they can’t figure out why we get our dander up

by Dr. Michael Ackermann M.D.

I am attempting to wade through the bureaucratic quagmire that is the required trial by ordeal in order for me to legally take possession of my own personal property, to wit, a .223 semi-automatic rifle I purchased at the CSSA AGM on April 26.

The seller and I reached a mutually agreeable price, I showed my PAL, and paid. So far so good.

Under any sane system of laws, that would be the end of it and I would then arrange transport of my new tool to my house via Canada Post.

But we don’t have sane, evidence-based laws. We have knee-jerk, emotionally driven laws. Continue reading »

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