Ralph Swagler, owner of the adjacent Locals BBQ restaurant, told the Nevada Appeal that he saw the gunman pull up in a minivan, get out and begin firing an automatic rifle at the IHOP. The gunman then reloaded and went inside, and Swagler said he heard more gunshots inside the restaurant.Well, the answer to that is to issue full-auto
Swagler said bullets fired from inside IHOP shattered windows and struck his building as well as an adjacent H&R Block office.
Swagler said he had a handgun and considered opening fire on the shooter, but he didn't want to engage a gunman who was armed with a fully automatic weapon.
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Second Amendment Round-Up
by M. Bouffant at 12:18
Another macho gun-owner cops out:
penisesguns to every citizen. An armed society is always polite, after all.