I agree. According to that article he had...No one needs that many guns! And a High point! I agree what was he thinking?
I agree. According to that article he had...
• .38-caliber Smith & Wesson
• .38-caliber Taurus
• .22-caliber ATI GSG 1911
• 9mm Hi-Point
• 9mm Glock 17C
17C is a pretty nice gun. I've never shot one but the 17 is already pretty controllable so a C model should just track strait I would think with just about any standard load. Hi-Point? I seize one from time to time. I've yet to touch one that didn't strike me as having a possible pot metal construction. That 1911 would be a fun .22 I bet. I'm not a big fan of Taurus any longer. The S&W makes me wonder what kind. Overall some nice guns. A few sound like something you would buy to introduce your child to handguns (especially that .22). Wonder if those are all his bought by his dad.
Edit: I will say I own much more than 5 but I don't actually need them.
I have 7 Glocks and some others. We are not limited on the number of guns we can own. I did note that he was 17 though. So many times the Media harps on how many guns were owned or how much ammo was stored although in this case he was not eligable to purchase these.No one needs that many guns! And a High point! I agree what was he thinking?
Wow...makes me want to go back to school...well, almost......Well on a lighter note, maybe he's just attending the wrong college
COLLEGE CHANCELLOR TAKES STAND FOR GUN RIGHTS AFTER PROF. THREATENS TO CANCEL CLASS OVER GUN-CARRYING STUDENTS