re: #30 Fairly Sure I’m Still Obdicut
Well I have no serious disagreement with that post so that should show some agreement there.
What I did before was present an alternative to getting rid of the gun. Sporting practice is how good habits are learned and fixed into memory. The safety rules, handling, actual practice, all parts of the training I’m sure we agree one must have.
Having fun in the sport encourages frequent practice. That reinforces training. How else is that training going to be practiced?
And lots of gun owners are sport shooters first, and then take advantage of the skills and the gun if needed in the event of a DGU.
You don’t like this. Okay we disagree on that sporting option. Yes we disagree that sport shooters must keep the guns at the range. Given legal proper storage properly used at home I’m fine with the guns at home.
But why focus so hard on where we disagree. I would hope finding some common ground is worthwhile to the discussion. We have some. Maybe not as as much as we might like but hey that’s the internet.