Monday, March 12, 2018

Miss Real America


Gregory said...

Well, now I know. Stay away from wimmen who wear baggy clothes.

Eskyman said...

Oh no, that video can't be true!

Obviously it's all trick photograpy, because CNN senior law enforcement analyst Tom Fuentes told us that women who wear skirts and dresses can not carry guns on their person. The reason is, he said, "For a woman, where are you going to hide that gun during the day?"

There you have it! Women just haven't got any places to conceal anything, which may surprise some of you, but this is the pure unvarnished Truth, as revealed by CNN!

Remember, this is "CNN senior law enforcement analyst Tom Fuentes," who is an "expert!" This is CNN, who insist that they're "not Fake News!" Obviously that woman with all that hidden hardware must've done it by photographic foolery, because the CNN Experts Always Know What's Best, and They're Never Wrong, as attested to by CNN!

(Although- maybe it's just that poor old Tom doesn't know any actual women, since he's on CNN.)

Rodger the Real King of France said...

nice parry Eskyman

Regnad Kcin said...

Invest in rare metals - Buy brass and lead !

Murphy(AZ) said...

Somewhere out there a very proud daddy is about to bust a gut!

Anonymous said...

We're sorry to nitpick here, but does she carry with an empty chamber? Because, why does she eject the magazine but fail to clear the action? Why bother to eject the mag, if it's not necessarily rendering the weapon "safe"? The whole point of the "unloading" drill is to do it EVERY TIME, even if you're SURE the chamber is empty. When someone ejects the magazine, clears the action, and hands you the weapon, WHAT do you do? You clear the action AGAIN, or at least press-check to make sure the chamber is empty, even though you just watched them do it.

Aside from that, it's an impressive demonstration of concealed carry (although not very quick on the draw).

Ann Hedonia & Sam Paku

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