When it comes to breaking clays or shooting birds you don’t want to notice or see the gun, you simply want to clearly assess the target, mount the gun and squeeze the trigger in one fluid motion. For many, this sort of muscle memory comes with years of hunting and shooting, but little did we know this could also be built up in the confines of your own home.
From birth, society instills what’s generally accepted as being normal or “ok.” Deviate too far from these norms and your path through life may become a tougher row to hoe. Hence my first reaction to pink firearms…
I thought the fact I respected and appreciated the gun was what counted. I was wrong. What the gun represented was what truly mattered.
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