Gun Control

 

I’m originally from Wisconsin and most of my friends back there owns a shotgun, deer hunting rifle and a assault rifle. I’ve even seen them raffle off an assault rifle to raise money for charity. I remember in February 1980, living in Fort Lauderdale and decided to become a permanent Florida resident. I gave all my guns to my brothers and friends instead of bringing them to Florida because I felt they were only good to kill people and haven’t touched one since.

Back then I had a 35MM SLR Nikon, a portable dark room and shot everything with a camera. For you young people, what is a dark room?

Side note: My Second wife Beverly former Metro-Dade Officer, then a Federal Marshal working in Miami Courthouse gave my Bother Her "Dirty Harry" Colt Python .357 Magnum and her Smith & Wesson 38 Special to my Cousin because it might be stolen and used in a crime.

Hunting is part of the food culture, not gun culture: Texas Head Chef Griffin.

It took me a while to put my finger on it, the question about open carry. No two reasons.

1. If you can see it, you can steal it.

2. I feel it's an alpha male tactic that scare women and children like saying it's your freedom of speech to yell fire in a crowded theater. I call this the Big Gun-Little Dick Complex.

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