Thursday, October 13, 2011

Emily Gets Her Gun Series

Emily Miller is a senior editor at the Washington Times. She also lives within the District of Columbia and wants to have a handgun for self-protection. In a series of articles, Ms. Miller is finding out just how hard it is to obtain a handgun in the District of Columbia. If it is this hard for someone who presumably is well connected, just imagine how hard it is for ordinary people to obtain the tools for self-defense in the District of Columbia.

Beginning of the quest.

Inside DC's Gun Registry Office.

Interview with Charles Sykes - DC's only gun dealer.

In this interview with Cam Edwards of NRA News, Ms. Miller describes her encounter with the Gun Registry Office.

Below is Cam Edwards' interview on Tuesday with Ms. Miller for NRA News in which she describes meeting Mr. Sykes.

1 comment:

  1. Go for it Emily! You have my support. Too, bear
    in mind Paxton Quigley's two books "Armed and
    Female" and "Not An Easy Target: Paxton Quigley's Self Defense For Women." Also, JPFO, Inc at, Gun Owners of America at, The John Birch Society at, and finally The Constitution Party
    of Oregon at
    These are all pro-gun/pro-Second Amendment
    institutions who embrace private gun ownership,
    the dignity of women and respect for women, and
    freedom. ---- James A. Farmer
    Ashland, Oregon