In Print: Monday, December 12, 2011
Robin Natanel picks up a compact black pistol, barrel pointed down range. Gripping the gun with both hands, left foot forward, she raises the semiautomatic and methodically squeezes off five shots. The first one creases the left edge of a red bull's-eye on a target 25 feet away. The four others paint a 3-inch pattern around the first. If the target were a person's head or heart, he'd probably be dead.
Monday, December 12, 2011
Dramatic shift in U.S. attitudes behind gun acquisition - St. Petersburg Times
I am always fascinated by folks who are genuinely surprised that an individual would actually choose to defend themselves rather than becoming another crime statistic. It would seem that progress towards sanity is being made.