I’m a gun rights supporter.
I love my gun.
But the right to keep and bear arms is something I also believe in.
And I’ve spent my career fighting for this right.
But for now, I don’t want to be a gun user.
That’s why I’ve chosen to live in a community where the public is permitted to own guns only when they are for self-defense, when they’re to defend themselves from an attack, or when they see an imminent threat.
That doesn’t mean I’m willing to surrender my rights to a handful of self-interested, out-of-touch special interests.
I don, for instance, think gun ownership is an act of self defense, because I’m sure most of us don’t.
I also don’t think gun owners are likely to commit violent crimes, because there are many reasons for that.
But if the government decides it wants to take away your gun rights, you’ll have to live with that for the rest of your life.
If the government wants to do that to you, it’ll have you spend the rest at the mercy of the law.
If a government wants you to surrender your rights to them, you can’t just go out and shoot people and then hope that nobody notices.
That would be a mistake.
The reason I don.t want to surrender gun rights is because I believe in a strong Second Amendment.
I believe that a well-regulated militia is the best protection against tyranny, and that the best way to keep our government safe is to keep it well-armed and well-funded.
This is why I support the Second Amendment as written.
It’s also why I don;t want gun owners to be required to buy new guns every time they want to defend their homes or businesses.
The only way a well regulated militia can keep the government from becoming a tyranny is if the people who are armed are well-trained and well disciplined.
And we can do that if we have the right people who know how to use them.
I am a gun enthusiast.
I have owned and used a variety of guns since I was a kid.
My dad owned guns and I have spent my adult life learning how to shoot, repair, and use firearms.
And since I started writing about guns in the late 1990s, I have had the privilege of having been a gun instructor.
I’m also a big advocate for responsible gun ownership.
I know many gun owners who own only handguns.
They are either self-reliant or they have access to a gun that’s a little more sophisticated than a revolver.
If they choose to buy a handgun, they are likely better armed than they would be if they owned a shotgun.
I’ve also written extensively on the subject of gun violence and gun safety, including in my book, Guns: The Complete Guide to Safety and How to Stop Gun Violence.
But I’m always looking for new perspectives on gun policy.
If you or anyone you know needs help with a gun, please contact me.
If there’s something you think I should cover in a future column, let me know.
If I don?t have the time or resources to cover it, please let me make it a priority for you to contact me and ask.
That way, I can keep you informed and in the loop.
I want you to be able to feel comfortable expressing your opinions on this important issue.
I promise to do my best to respond to your questions.
The views expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of The American Conservatives.