Gun porn

Son James and I watch DVDs of some Science Fiction TV series together nearly every Monday evening. Until we got all caught up with the releases we were watching four episodes of Stargate SG-1 each get together.

About three weeks ago Sean and I checked out a gun store that he had never been to and I had only been to once about 18 months ago. The wall looked like this:

James has been saying he needs to buy a gun. And right there, in plain sight, was a suppressed PS-90 TR (Triple Rail, semi-auto version of the P-90 used by SG-1 as they battle evil aliens from all over the galaxy). I tried to get James to buy it with his bonus money but he was too smart for that. It’s space-a-roma (I think that was the word Sean used) appeal is very high but neither James nor I have a use for one.

4 thoughts on “Gun porn

  1. “Space-a-rific” is more likely. Ooooo! Dig that live comment preview.

    Remember: This is America. It doesn’t have to be about utility. And it fer-damn-sure doesn’t have to be what some bureaucrat says you “need”. (Yet another attempt to get friends to buy guns I want to try out.)

  2. Yes. I fully agree with you on someone else telling me what I do or don’t need. If someone tells me I don’t need something or can’t have something and they have the authority to make that stick then that immediately means I’m going to get one if I can. I read banned books and I buy banned guns.

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