And what country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as to facts, pardon and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.
The shout of freedom?ReplyDelete
Take that commie pinkos.ReplyDelete
Better dead than red.ReplyDelete
That's right. sweetie- put your finger back on the trigger and swivel to the camera.ReplyDelete
Hopefully the mag was empty by this point.
Lighten up gramps the gun was pointed at the ground.Delete
My same exact thought. And I get that thought a lot, when I'm shooting around other people outside, not at the range where there's supervision. 'The clip is empty' they say, waving the barrel around. I had a dope squeeze off a round from an 'empty clip' once as I went to retrieve a target. Bounced off the cement about 2 ft behind my left heel. So: Get yer snot hook off the trigger, honey.Delete
He said "clip". lolDelete
Aggie used the term clip while imitating/disparaging a range noob, obviously. And I agree with Anon, don't touch the trigger until you're ready to fire, just ask Halyna Hutchins.Delete
Looks like a nice gal for my 16 year old son!ReplyDelete
GET OFF MY LAWN!!!ReplyDelete
We were doing staggered lunches at one of the Ft. Polk rifle ranges during February’68…..ReplyDelete
We were across the gravel road from the firing foxhole pits standing up eating our chow that had been trucked out to us.
As the last group were being given loud verbal instructions about removing the magazines and clearing the chambers when one of the trainees squeezes off a round that cracks by above our heads….
The goofball had to run around and around our company as we double timed the 8 miles back to our barracks…