When the enemy is making a mistake, do not correct them.

The upshot, Diaz writes, is that in today’s USA, “guns are most likely to be owned by white men who live in a rural area, those who are middle aged or older, with middle to higher income, who grew up with guns in the home and who live in the southern or Midwestern regions of the country.

via Increasingly Dangerous Guns Endanger US Communities.

Apparently the memo about Gun Culture 2.0 being urban, multi-ethnic never got to the author.  That or Florida with more than one million concealed weapons permit suddenly moved somewhere near Nebraska.

2 Replies to “When the enemy is making a mistake, do not correct them.”

  1. The whole reason behind this is because they’ve made it so hard to get guns cheaply, so the poorer segments of society (including underprivileged and minorities) are unable to find a weapon to defend themselves.

    Gun control is racist.(Not that this is news to anyone, Jim Crowe.)




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  2. Is it sad that the first thing I noticed about the article was the guy in the picture was shooting a Colt AR15 with the 1970’s era M16A1 carbine variant upper (teardrop forward assist and rear sight adjustment drum) and topped with a 1970’s era Singlepoint scope on a weaver carry handle mount?

    Yeah, the mag may be a modern P-Mag, but the gun itself can’t get any more “pre-ban” than that.




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