I see it on the range and all the time in gun stores: someone pointing a firearm at something they’re [thankfully] not willing to destroy. In case you think that’s no biggie, a gun store owner once revealed that he’d received a brand new AR with a round in the chamber. But do I really need to justify my aversion to having someone point a gun at me? I do not. But what I do need . . .
Is a way to remind the person behind the gun that they really should exercise muzzle discipline. I’d like to go with a Mr. T-like “I pity the fool who muzzles me again.” Unfortunately, I sold my gold chains to buy a Cabot and age has severely diminished my desire for anything other than keyboard confrontation. Suggestions?