TACTICALLY PROFESSIONAL: Shooter uses military Combat Glide, fire-on the move & tactical flow techniques. He maintains weapon in position w/o lowering it while moving. Engages. Covers himself No panic even under fire.
I was just replying to a Facebook post and got carried away. Then I noticed that my daughter Rosie has a solid foundation in weapon safety.
This was going to be a funny post until until I started thinking about it.
Facebook can be more than just cat videos. A friend of mine and I have been having a debate about police abuse in the Black Community. He sent me the following video. Watch it and I’ll have something to say afterwards.
With the tragedy in Dolan Springs, I’m compelled to offer a counterpoint to the hysteria in the media.
Back when I was managing a Radio Shack, my employee came up to me all excited. “That guy has a gun”, she says all out of breath. I see that he’s sporting a .308 semi-automatic on his hip. “What does he want?, I ask her.
Yes Virginia, that gun you own makes a really good club without the bullets.
We have now had two mass shootings at military installations. We now know that a lunatic whose name will not be mentioned here murdered 13 people before he was put down.
This particular argument is at the heart of the Gun Control issue. I chose the picture used very carefully. I could’ve easily used the military or another SWAT unit. I chose the heroic efforts of the Boston PD to illustrate the power of the STATE. When the city was “locked down” it hovered on the brink of martial law if not de facto martial law. All that was missing was a warning that violators would be shot. I chose Boston PD because of the stark contrast of the use of Power and the misuse of Power.
In 1975, New York state alone had over 80. In 1984, there were only 65 nationwide. By 1999 there were only 26. What were they? Shooting clubs at schools.