The South African government wants to disarm the public.
And it’s not a good thing.
To quote the president, Cyril Ramaphosa, during April 2019,
“Will the time come where we say let us all disarm so we no longer have guns? The guns that are killing so many of our people.”
Let’s ignore the hilariously stupid assertion that guns kill people. Guns don’t kill people; people kill people. Guns are just a proxy. If guns aren’t around, then mentally unstable psychopaths find other means. Like, you know, flying planes into buildings; making bombs; driving vehicles into crowds; mixing chemicals; and using knives.
Self defence is a human right and must be protected.
Guns are not scary.
The reason why many people fear firearms is because they don’t understand them. And the easiest way to understand them is to play with them.
My friends at Gun Owners South Africa are the perfect playtime hosts. They want everybody to be armed and are always excited to provide a platform for newbies to learn.
Word on the street is that they’ve even successfully managed to teach a few lefties that guns don’t randomly run around shooting people, although I’m yet to see evidence.
No, they didn’t pay me to write any of this.
As an aside, watching my wife shoot an AR-15 is very sexy, I’ve found.
I love shooting an AK-47, comrade.
What better way to troll the commies than by using one of their own weapons to shoot up a cardboard cutout of a commie.
Unlike an AR-15 which is light and accurate and polished, an AK-47 is dirty and quite gangster (in a KGB kind of way).
I like shooting an AR-15, but I love shooting an AK-47. (Semi-automatic, obviously. Fully-automatics are not legal in South Africa.)
Now let’s talk business.
If you really want to show everybody how small your penis is, then you should get your hands on a .50 caliber BMG.
Which is exactly what I did.
A single round is a couple hundred bucks, so it’s out of reach for lefties.
The rifle is designed for long-range targets such as vehicles and beta males.
The rifle is not designed for long-range targets such as vehicles.
Amazingly, the recoil is a lot less than I expected. Certainly less than a 12-gauge shotgun.
And what makes this gun great is that it’s compact and fits neatly into your back pocket.
Take my advice.
If you don’t want to own a firearm, then that’s fine. But at least go to a shooting range and have some fun.
It’s a safe environment too.
Because everybody has a gun.