Tuesday, February 01, 2005


Canadian readers of this blog will probably be interested in this site -- a site dedicated to repealing Canada's generally ludicrous gun laws. One excerpt from the current front page: "Dr. Hudson and Jack Wilson, from Saskatchewan attended a Gordon Hitchen Memorial Skeet Shoot at Rock Creek, B.C. on the 31st of October. Many others booked in from other localities in B.C. and Alberta. This shoot featured Conservative MP Jim Gouk, representing the Southern Interior Riding, who took an unregistered shotgun in hand and shot the first bird. The local police declined to attend and compete with us. The shoot was recorded by CHBC and shown on Global TV the next day. Twenty five persons attended and eighteen of them shot with unregistered shotguns.


1) You can buy a silencer for a handgun.

2) You can trade a .44 for two .22's.

3) You can have a handgun at home and another for the road.

4) If you admire a friend's handgun and tell him so, he will be impressed and let you try a few rounds with it.

5) Your primary handgun doesn't mind if you have a backup.

6) Your handgun will stay with you even if you are out of ammo.

7) A handgun doesn't take up a lot of closet space.

8) Handguns function normally every day of the month.

9) A handgun won't ask, "Do these grips make me look fat?"

10) A handgun does not mind if you go to sleep after you're done using it.

11) You can have more than one handgun living in the same house without having problems.

12) A handgun doesn't care how big your trigger finger is.

13) A handgun won't tell all of its friends if you are a "little fast on the trigger".

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