Thursday, June 12, 2008

the birth of a gunblogger

Shortly after I learned how to shoot, I had an epiphany. It ended up changing my whole life.

Today Buckeye Firearms has republished the post I wrote as a result.

update: Oopsie. The site is down. Did I break the internets?

12 comments:

Mike W. said...

This is without a doubt my favorite post of yours. It's an incredible piece of writing.

tyskkvinna said...

You have amazing talent as a writer. You are very compelling.

kaveman said...

At 5'0", you're a giant.

Lydia said...

you are becoming quite the blogging rock star. way to go

bumper sticker philosopher said...

Your link appears broken...

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

Yup. Link worked earlier, now it don't work. Buckeye must of moved because they couldn't handle the flood of traffic from here.

Breda said...

the techies are working to fix the site!

Tam said...

Hey now
You're a rock star
Link a site and
Crash it!

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

See? Told you you were a rockstar. Tam said it. What more confirmation do you need?

Jay G said...

You caused a Breda-lanche...

Steve Skubinna said...

Your quote concerning Col. Colt puts me in mind that many gun control laws were initiated specifically to prevent freed blacks from possessing firearms.

Today's anti-gunners are either unaware of this connection to racism, or they suppress it, or they think, as they do if you point out other similarities to their programs and those of the Nazis or Communists, that a good idea is still good regardless of whomever develops it.

Powerful post. More women need to read it and internalize what you are saying.

steamdragon said...

As a certified instructor, one of the hardest things to get across to my women students, is, Yes you are worth it.
You would think that they already understood that or they wouldn't have signed up for the class.
Moms are the easiest. I turn it into "protect yourself to protect your child."
THAT they get...
I think...I hope.