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Shooting question: when you should get on the trigger?

Photo by Shelley Rae

Photo by Shelley Rae

We all know what the 4 Rules say. Rule 3: Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on the target. In the photo above, my sights aren’t on the target in a way that I could verify. But my muzzle is in a safe direction, and I’m sure of what’s beyond my target. I’m willing to subject myself to the Internet Safety Nazis in order to have a conversation: when is it too early to get on the trigger?

The Guns of D-Day

guns of d-day

Today is the 70th Anniversary of D-Day. The world we live in today is free because the men of that time put their lives on the line to keep is free from evil. I cannot think of words to properly due justice to what they accomplished. Each time I read about another veteran of World War 2 passing, I know that we are diminished as a country. But today is not a day for sadness, but rather a day for celebration, because through their sacrifice and heroism we live free of foreign tyranny today.

If you’d like to learn more about the guns used on D-Day, click the links for more.

Gun movies we like: Sin City

Eva Green Sin City

We loved the original Sin City, which came out nearly a decade ago. The stunning visuals, the cool guns, everything about it was great. That’s why we’re excited for the second film, coming out in August. It has literally nothing to do with this movie poster featuring Eva Green and what appears to be some sort of j-frame. Nothing at all.