When non-gun people shoot, they shoot skeet

Filed in Delaware by on February 5, 2013

I’m not saying Carper doesn’t still shoot and still enjoy chowing down on “possum, rabbit, squirrel and wild boar.” I’m simply observing that when non-gun people want to shoot something, they are typically going to shoot skeet. How do I know this? I’m a non gun person and when shooting come up as a topic, I think to myself, “I’d like to try skeet shooting, I guess.”

WASHINGTON — Sen. Tom Carper owns a 16-gauge shotgun. Rep. John Carney owns a Remington 11-87 shotgun.

The Delaware lawmakers, both Democrats, are gun owners who support banning military-style assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition magazines. The pair also favor background checks for all gun purchases.

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  1. puck says:

    Carper has the skeet shot down by drones.

  2. kavips says:

    If shooting skeet makes you a non-gun person… what is it you have to shoot to show you’re a “real” gun person?

  3. cassandra_m says:

    When drones come pocket-sized, shooting skeet with them isn’t so far fetched.

  4. bamboozer says:

    Greetings fellow non gunners! My eyesight is a bad joke but if it were not I imagine I’d enjoy skeet and target shooting. Still wouldn’t have a gun in the house and still support banning assault weapons, rigorous back round checks and all the rest. I have no problem with hunters either, as long as they Stay The Hell Off My Land!

  5. X Stryker says:

    It’s safer not to own one at all.

  6. Venus says:

    why skeet? isn’t the boardwalk arcade enough? the man can play the piano if you hit it just right. what can skeet do?

  7. Josh says:

    I was thinking about shooting hoops, pool or shooting the moon.

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