July 26, 2017

Fun With Guns on NRA TV

Faith GoldyArchive
 

I sit down with 'Cam and Company' on NRA TV to talk about my week in Arizona, one of the freest states in the U.S. when it comes to firearms laws. 

Cam and I discuss what it was like to rock open carry and take Ed Stock's Combat Handgun course at Shooter's World in Phoenix.

We also dig into lessons from being on the ground in Iraq.

Comments
You must be logged in to comment. Click here to log in.
commented 2017-07-27 01:51:34 -0400
One of those big differences between the left and the right, the left gets triggered and cries and hides , the right quite enjoys triggers.
commented 2017-07-26 17:46:59 -0400
Ms. Goldy,

I enjoyed that ‘little kid’ enthusiasm at accomplishing a difficult skill set. It is like one’s first fish. Or first buck. In my case, last year, I had that thrill landing my first wild Atlantic salmon on light fly tackle, in my mid-60’s. Keep the the innocence of thrill, you will keep young, and the regressives can’t touch you.
commented 2017-07-26 12:22:38 -0400
What a pathetic nation. A good starting point for law change would be to allow handguns to be shot the same places any other gun can be shot- backyards, out in the bush, hunting, whatever. What moron decided it is OK to shoot a 600 Nitro Express but not a .22 handgun out in the bush. Probably the same guy that decided that our gun club cannot shoot shotguns because there are houses within a mile. 600 Nitro is OK so far as I know.

It is high time that Canadians take their adulthood back from the government and the elites. Mr Pinksox is the child, not me.
commented 2017-07-26 11:48:40 -0400
Get your PAL while you still can Canada.
How empowering to have that kind of skill level. Good on you Faith.
commented 2017-07-26 11:34:39 -0400
Love Arizona. As a Brit not much chance of shooting a pea shooter, never mind firearms. Arizona rectified that and continues to do so. Great fun!