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Wednesday, May 26, 2010
Hundreds of shots fired during wild Texas shootout. Nobody injured.
I’m very late with this story; James Rummel has already covered it in detail here.
Husband and wife Texas bloggers Art and Helen Burnett recently gave a participatory live-fire gun seminar for writers. Handguns, rifles, and shotguns featured were those of the type used by heroes and villains during the 1920s and 1930s. Art has a collection of guns that would give Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley apoplexy.
Stressing safety first, Art and Helen’s events give people a chance to shoot different types of firearms and are immense fun and very educational. Helen’s sacrificial Ford Festiva is evidence that cars offer only marginal protection against bullets.
You can visit Helen’s blog here and visit Art’s blog here. They are great folks.