Friday, June 13, 2008

National Park Carry

This CNN article is a fair piece on the movement to bring state conceal carry laws into national parks, but the reporter blows most of his credibility in the first two sentences.
I'm at the Blue Ridge Arsenal in Chantilly, Virginia, the biggest gun store in northern Virginia. I'm looking at a holster on the hip of Arsenal's John Summer in which a black .22-caliber Glock pistol sits snugly.
Now I really don't want to bust this guy's balls too much as he's written a piece that isn't anti-gun and that's encouraging. But I sure wish they'd learn to tell the difference between model number and caliber. The law proposed is a good one as it essentially restores our right in Federally run property, so long as the encompassing state allows it.

In other news, I'm in Las Vegas and I'm gonna miss the PVR annual shoot, work sucks.


Judge Mint Day said...

At least you are in Vegas, I'm in Columbus, ass deep in looters.

James R. Rummel said...

Way off topic, but I think that Steven den Beste could use some help from you and the Judge.


Judge Mint Day said...


I checked it out, pretty cool stuff. Looks like an 1860 Army conversion and a Colt Lightning. I'll try and give Steven den Beste the heads up.

Thanks for reading.