Need? We need not justify.
When asked what I do for a living I reply: I teach people how to shoot people. I teach people how to shoot people because some people need to be shot â€“ and they need to be shot NOW.
I have found that in the long run sugarcoating reality rarely produces good results. Yes, it might make some people â€œfeelâ€ better, but feelings and reality are often polar opposites. Pretending something is what it is not only postpones judgment day, and the longer itâ€™s ignored, the higher the price.
26 years ago I began my involvement with â€œgun rightsâ€. I had a good grasp on what Article II of the Bill of Rights was about then, and my thoughts havenâ€™t changed since. Article II is about the individualâ€™s ability to shoot tyrants â€“ plain and simple. It has nothing to do with hunting, collecting or competition. And tyranny, as I define it, may appear in the form of a rapist in the alley, a mob during civil unrest, an invading military, or oneâ€™s own government.
I personally own no â€œsporting arms.â€ I own and train with auto-loading, magazine fed weapons; rifles and pistols which are designed to get hot and function during conflict. Most are black and â€œscary lookingâ€, and that suits me just fine – Iâ€™m not in the rainbows and unicorns business, Iâ€™m in the force business. What I, and thousands of other instructors around the country do, is provide the necessary skills that Americans need to deploy firearms in tyrannyâ€™s direction. We donâ€™t teach people how to play games or take quail; we teach people how to effectively launch bullets into the bodies of tyrants.
And to such tyrants, my advice is this:
If you donâ€™t want to find yourself on the business end of my rifle, then behave yourself.
As long as there is a free exchange of goods and services, a system of justice, a redress of grievances and Iâ€™m free to walk unmolested, there will be no problem. If not, expect trouble.
Joe Biden and Diane Feinstein may pretend that they donâ€™t understand such things, but they do. They understand perfectly what AR-15’s are for, and thatâ€™s exactly why their bodyguards have them. You see, like most criminals, theyÂ aren’tÂ interested in a fight. They came about their power the old fashioned way, they lied, cheated and stole their way to the point where they are protected by men with guns at taxpayer expense.
The notion of armed peasants in â€œtheir kingdomâ€ scares the living hell out of them. It interferes with their plan. They know they are up to no good, and they know that someday the population will be on to them – If not them specifically, then some future generation of socialist/fascist tyrants who worship them as gods. They also understand that a willing population armed with semi-automatic battle rifles can only be pushed so far. That they work so hard to disarm us should be a clue to anyone paying attention.
I understand and accept the responsibility of liberty. To be free, one must be willing to fight for itâ€¦not just on civic level (letter writing, voting, jury duty, etcâ€¦), but all the way up to the use of physical force. In my opinion, it is the right, responsibility and duty of every able free person, to own, train with, and be willing to use, arms. Real arms – not your great uncleâ€™s duck gun â€“ but weapons of war.
It is far past time for us to take control of the debate. We need to stop making excuses for why we own guns, and we need to stop apologizing for our personal liberty.
We are not subjects.
We are not serfs.
We are not slaves.
Some will never understand that, and so be it. However, there are millions who have never considered such things, and they never will if we continue to pretend that our guns have any other use than to force the expiration of tyranny.
We are free people, armed to the teeth â€“ And we should not be interested in living any other way!
Have no shame about it.
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