A Nurse with a Gun

Saturday, June 28, 2008


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In spite of being on call this weekend, after I finished with the scheduled cases today, I was able to have a small Hellerbration. While I did not have a Barrett 50 cal, I did try to have a representative sampling of the firearms a citizen would commonly own as a toast to a majority in SCOTUS.

"I happen to believe that this is now going to open the door to litigation against every gun safety law that states have passed – assault weapons bans, trigger locks, and all the rest of it."
Senator Dianne Feinstein


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Blogger Turk Turon said...

Excellent picture of DiFi!

I'm celebrating with a little A-T-F on the back porch, wirelessly blogging away on the lappy.

June 26th ought to be a national holiday. Second Amendment Day.

7:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Dianne,

We certainly hope so.

Love and Hugs

9:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice assortment you have on display but I was surprised to see the AR. I would have thought it to be too much of a wiz-bang gun for your taste. I like them a lot so I am glad to see one in your collection …..

10:38 PM  
Blogger nature223 said...

and in that vein...
Uncle Sugar Bought me My NEW/Old S&W .357 Model 19 2 1/2,And oh yeah...
ANOTHER AR-15 Lower....
Ahhhh,two MORE liberty teeth

11:33 PM  
Blogger phlegmfatale said...

I'm looking forward to a little shooty goodness of my own Sunday morning. WOOHOO!

12:55 AM  
Blogger Zdogk9 said...


10:20 AM  
Blogger Carl H said...

I really dislike that old swine Feinstine. Here's to her having bad luck and trouble til the end of her days.

12:32 PM  
Blogger lee n. field said...

Friday Aft, my own Heller Celebratory Shoot. 132 rounds through My New Toy.

Life, for the moment, is good.

12:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice arrangement. I certainly consider the Heller ruling a splendid outcome and I can't wait to make my second visit to the NRA's lovely indoor range this summer.

That said, the District of Columbia has announced that they will continue to ban semiautomatic handguns.

As of this posting, I've yet to access the Metropolitan Police Department's website to get more concrete information on what exactly is eligible for registration in the District. I see what the article I linked claims is the definition, but in true journalistic fashion there's no citation.

I'm wondering if other cities with handgun bans will, in the face of lawsuits stemming from DC v Heller, continue to ban semiautomatics.

How do we interpret the self-defense use for firearms to obtain a guarantee that the right of the People to keep and bear 1911s shall not be infringed? It's a battle for another day, to be sure, but probably one not too far off as the antis scramble to hold ground.

10:50 PM  
Blogger Mark Horning said...

My Hellerbration was to go down to AGP arms and pick up one of the "Cav-Aid 2008" lowers.

2:17 AM  
Blogger nature223 said...

hey anon....Get a S&W Performance Center Firearms -
Model 327 M&P R8 - 8 Shot, .357 Magnum Revolver.
all the "NEEDED" attributes..
8 shots
Ready to scope
Second underbarrel dovetail for the LASER/FLASHLIGHT COMBO
No brass ejected,so the cops GET the "needed forensic evidence"
also,costs enough that THEY CANNOT say:"aw it's just a cheap throwaway,saturday night special"

5:14 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Nice collection, X! Would you mind identifying the guns in this picture?

11:00 AM  
Blogger Xavier said...

From left to right.........
S&W Model 66
Turk Mauser
Winchester 1300
Springfield GI45

4:50 PM  

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