Guns. America. It’s the only way to live, right? As we work to live our best lives in Sherman Country amid all that is going on, we must cling to our Second Amendment rights.
You never know what’s going to happen these days. Shootings happen everywhere. The only way to stay safe is to stop going out into the world or to be armed in order to defend yourself.
Not everyone is going to share this view, and that’s okay. We’re not crazy enough to believe that guns will solve everything. However, I have been known to study triggernometry. I spend my money on ammo and spend my time at the gun range.
I know what I’m doing. Well, I at least look like I know what I’m doing. That’s half the battle, right?
I’ve always enjoyed saying, “I’m a gunaholic on the road to recovery.” Just kidding! I’m on the road to a gun shop. As long as I’m still allowed to buy guns, I will continue to do so. It’s like a shopping addiction but better. The day that someone comes for my guns is the day I will die while they pry them from my cold, dead hands.
After all, how often do you hear people saying they have too much ammo? Never.
Guns Only Have Two Enemies
Guns are some of the best toys that adults can have, as long as they are being used responsibly. You know, things like gun storage cabinets, eye and ear protection, the necessary permits. The boring stuff that keeps everyone safe.
That means that guns (shotguns, rifles, revolvers, you name it) only have two enemies: rust and politicians. I can do something about the rust. As for the politicians, they may have to trust in the fact that I can take a bad guy out faster than the police can show up.
The truth is that gun control is not about guns. It’s about control. The easiest way to realize that is to look at what’s happening in our country.
Think about it. Guns aren’t the problem. Murder, crime, and a lack of respect for other people’s property are the real problems.
Too many politicians claim that if guns were illegal, crimes would stop.
Gun laws would prevent a shooting spree? Tell me more about how criminals follow laws.
That can’t be right. Stealing is already illegal, yet it still happens. And last I checked, it’s illegal to murder someone, yet that’s still happening, too.
The Second Amendment is in place in case the criminals ignore the others. And since we have too many people ignoring all of the other laws in place, I’ll make sure to keep exercising my right to bear arms.
That’s one thing I like about Sherman Country. Not only are there plenty of people who are willing to say “Say hello to my little friend” if they are encountered by a criminal, but there is also plenty of land to practice my shot.
Hey Chicago, how’s all that gun control treating ya?
If I only get one pull of the trigger, I need my shot to be accurate. Setting up target practice behind my pole barn is about as good as it gets.
Of, and if you want to talk about the other enemy, rust, that’s an easy thing to deal with. All you have to do is have a good place to store your guns. I would recommend a pole building from Sherman. After all, when you can get a climate-controlled building that is designed to your specifications, you’ll never have to worry about rust. Then, set up a table and chair in the corner so you can clean your gun periodically, and life will be just about perfect.
This House is Guarded by Smith & Wesson
Many people invest in home security systems, doorbell cameras, and other tech to know who is on their property. It all comes with signage to serve as a deterrent for any criminal who may be stupid enough to break in.
Welcome to my home. That door you just kicked in was locked for your protection, not mine.
Seriously. I’m not bothering with any signage to tell people that my home is armed, which it is – both with security systems and my Smith & Wesson. And my Glock. As well as an entire gun cabinet filled with other forms of protection.
If someone kicks down my door, they need to be prepared for what they find.
Adolph Hitler once said, “To conquer a nation, first disarm its citizens.” It is why we must remain armed. Even George Washington said that a free nation should be armed, and we couldn’t agree more.
It’s why we have to talk about protecting our quality erections. Once you go through the hard work of building an incredible Sherman pole barn, you can’t just expect people to knock and respect your privacy. There are those who think they can take what they want. They don’t respect boundaries, closed doors, or laws.
And when that happens, I choose to keep the advice of Wayne LaPierre in mind. “The only thing that stops a bad guy with a gun is a good guy with a gun.”
Might I suggest a prayer before bed, too? Now I lay me down to sleep, a gun beside my bed I keep. You can tuck it in on your nightstand, right between your glass of water and your alarm clock.
Living My Best Life in Sherman Country
I love to live my best life, which means being able to go wherever I want without wondering about what will happen. To do that, I stay armed at all times. I’m packing heat everywhere, whether I’m at home or not.
My quality erections from Sherman are worth protecting, just as they protect me from all the elements. If that means that I have to spend a bit more of my paycheck on ammo every month, so be it.
My guy named T-Rex takes care of all of my small arms needs.
As for my pole barn needs, I rely on Sherman. When you’re ready to discuss quality craftsmanship, it’s the only name you need to know.