I'm talking about Miami Vice.
Suddenly 9mm's and short shotguns were cool in a big way. Bigger and cooler than any guns in TV or movie history. Tom Selleck in Magnum P.I. never wrapped his 1911 .45 in cool like Tubbs and Crocket did for their guns. Others tried: Starsky and Hutch, Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry, Charles Bronson in Death Wish and Elizabeth Kaitan in Assault of the Killer Bimbos. They never made the gun into another character on screen like Miami Vice did.
The S&W 539 I bought as my first was a limited edition. It still holds up, after all these years. It still shoots like a dream even after thousands of rounds.
--My pastel green suit, not so much.
- If I didn't love them I'd never let them see a real gun.
- If I didn't love them I'd demonize guns.
- If I didn't love them I'd keep them from being safety trained.
- If I didn't love them I'd make sure they never touched a REAL one.
- If you see a gun, STOP! Don’t touch it.
- Leave the area.
- Tell an adult.
- If you see a gun and don’t know whether it’s a real gun or just a toy, treat it like it’s a real gun.
- Tell me. Even if it's days later.
--If you hate your kids support gun control.
I believe that an AR15 is a great option for home defense. It's easy to use, has light recoil, holds lots of ammo, and the rounds won't exit your house and hurt your neighbors.
I also have a Glock 17 and Mossberg 500 short shotgun with a pistol grip and Surefire Tactical light. The 12ga is too much for my wife to shoot.
--She will be adding the AR to her training routine.
at Thursday, December 01, 2016