Some of you may remember this:
As part of this:
So I know that to many people, this might seem to be good news*:
The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) reported Monday there are an estimated 434 million firearms in private possession in the United States of America.
But if you consider that that number represents only about 2.4 firearms per adult person in the U.S., and most people reading this may well own more than two guns [eyecross], it means there’s still an awful lot of work to be done if we’re to turn America back into a Nation of Rifleman.
And I admit to some lollygagging on my part: I don’t think I’ve taught a new shooter to shoot for over two years, now. That’s inexcusable.
Let’s get onto that, folks.
*Quite a few people are going to be horrified at that number, but I’m not interested in the feelings of timorous people and statists [some overlap] .