Could Sirhan Sirhan Have Been Hypnotized to Shoot RFK?

Yes. No question about it. I’ll explain in a moment. But I want to start by saying that this claim, surfacing again today at startribune.com, is completely plausible as well: “More than four decades after Sen. Robert F. Kennedy was assassinated, his convicted murderer wants to go free for a crime he says he can’t remember. It is not old age or some memory-snatching disease that has erased an act Sirhan Bishara Sirhan once said he committed ‘with 20 years of malice aforethought.’ It’s been this way almost from the beginning. Hypnotists and psychologists, lawyers and investigators have tried to jog his memory with no useful result.” Interesting that The Powers That Be would let a hypnotist near Sirhan. Wikipedia . . .

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Yes. No question about it. I’ll explain in a moment. But I want to start by saying that this claim, surfacing again today at startribune.com, is completely plausible as well:…

I went shooting with an old high school acquaintance. The guy’s a born marksman. His first time shooting the Performance Center Smith & Wesson 686, he stacked three shots on top of each other at ten yards. He compensated. The next one was to the left of the bull. The next one to the right of that. The last one hit dead center. And then we talked about and practiced self-defense shooting. “What do you do after the bad guy’s down?” he asked me. “Do you shoot him again?” Is he in your house? Where are you? Where are the kids? Is he holding a weapon? Have you scanned for other threats? Can you see? What’s your wife doing? How many bullets do you have left? Do you even know? It struck me that marksmanship is a relatively minor—if mission critical—part of armed self-defense. And if it is, the bad guy’s not going to stand still with his shoulders square onto you. So . . . how important is target practice anyway?

Question of the Day: How Important is Marksmanship for Self-Defense?

I went shooting with an old high school acquaintance. The guy’s a born marksman. His first time shooting the Performance Center Smith & Wesson 686, he stacked three shots on top…

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Gun Review: Stoeger Silverado Coach Gun (12 Gauge)

When I found out that I was getting a coach gun to review, I had the same reaction that your Uncle Bob does when he finds out you got him…

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“Don’t Shoot New York” Now Why Would I Want to Do That?

“Local politicians and anti-violence advocates marched from the United Nations to Times Square on Sunday to participate in the ‘Don’t Shoot New York’ march and rally,” theepochtimes.com reports “[It was] presented…

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My Brother Shot and Killed Two Men (Part Three)

I was 7000 miles away. Morning was evening, afternoon was night, and night was early morning. There were many time zones between me and any news of what was happening…

50 BMG: Follow the Leader?

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In the midst of all the kerfuffle surrounding the ATF Project Gunwalker scandal we’ve learned that the feds have let more than a few Barrett 5o’s flow down the so-called…

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Gun Control Kills

Fom the star-telegram.com In the waning days of July 1910, racial hatred ignited around this East Texas village. Bands of white residents took up rifles and shotguns and hunted down…

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Ante una disyuntiva ante el crimen organizado, ¿qué elegirías?

Article 10 of the Mexican constitution guarantees citizens the right to bear arms. The average Mexican does not, however, have the right to bear arms. Back in the 60’s, when…