BTW, I'm looking forward to meeting and shooting with Jeff up at the SIGARMS Academy in early May. Jeff does a great job with an important subject.
While Sam Alito wasn't my first choice for the Supremes, I'm glad that he knows his way around a shotgun:
"He's a great marksman — he can do double clays," she [Alito's wife] says, meaning he can hit two clay pigeon targets thrown simultaneously into the air before either hits the ground.That's a good thing. Maybe we can get him out to the range in Fairfax and crank up some 1911s! Or maybe hook him and Justice Scalia up with Kim Rhode for a little training...now that would be a "Supreme" SHOOTING GALLERY!
If you haven't seen any of this season's SHOOTING GALLERY and COWBOYS, I urge you to mortgage your house, buy a huge 60-inch plasma TV, sign up with Direct TV, get TIVO, then record the whole seasons. The reviews have been just spectacular — I think we've broken through to a whole new level. The shows are fast, funny and I believe the most credible information on firearms available on television.
My partner Robin Berg has hammered together an exception editing staff who are both excellent editors and understand guns and shooting. Our video teams are second to none — each crew now with years of experience filming shooting events as well as years of experience in the business. [One of our videographers was CNN's man in Bosnia; the other has 14 Director of Photography credits in slasher movies! Our sound guy did U2's videos...]. We're using state-of-the-art high definition video equipment — Panasonic movie cameras — and movie-quality field lighting. Yes, it's expensive as all get-out, but Robin and I felt it was time to take our shows to another level.
And subject matter...kiddies, we're here to rock and roll!