NEVER BEEN SHOOTING? Would you like to try it?
An offer for Louisville Metro area residents.

If you have never been shooting, are 21 years old or older and not otherwise barred by state or federal law from purchasing or possessing a firearm, I'd like to invite you to the range. I will provide firearms, ammunition, range fees, eye and hearing protection and basic instruction.

(Benefactor Member of the NRA, member of KC3, former NRA firearms instructor, former Ky CCDW instructor)

Email me if you are interested in taking me up on this offer. Five (5) people already have.

September 25, 2007

Giuliani and Gun Control.

If we judge a man by the totality of his actions, Rudy is in deep doo-doo.

(Update: How did 9/11 change the Constitution? The Bill of Rights said the same thing on 9/10 and every day before.)

See this from the Washington Post .

"Thank you very much for your efforts on behalf of H.R. 4296, the assault weapons ban," Clinton said in a May 6, 1994, "Dear Rudy" letter.

"With your support and encouragement, the U.S. House of Representatives took a critical step toward getting assault weapons off the streets, out of neighborhoods, and out of the hands of criminals," said Clinton, adding he was "grateful" for Giuliani's "dedicated" backing of the bill.

Many Republicans joined the NRA in opposing the assault-weapons ban, which lapsed in 2004. The law also included funding for cities such as New York to hire more cops and imposed stricter sentences for repeat violent felons.

Giuliani wrote Clinton back on May 31. "Thank you for your autographed photo and your kind note," he said. "Please know that you have my continued support for this crucial legislation."

Later in the year, after signing the anti-crime bill into law, Clinton wrote Giuliani again to thank him.

"You can be proud of all of your efforts to promote this bill," Clinton said in an Oct. 4 letter to Giuliani. "Your hard work made this victory for the American people possible. Please accept the enclosed signing pen as a token of my appreciation and admiration."

Giuliani again returned the praise.

"Thank you for the signing pen. I greatly appreciate your thoughtfulness, and I look forward to continuing to work with you to reduce crime and improve the quality of life in New York City and across the nation," he said in an Oct. 13 "Dear Mr. President" note.

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