Not that I could afford the ammunition for it. But there is a cool training video to go with it.
I’m actually a little surprised that this kind of thing doesn’t happen a bit more often.
How much does it cost to ship a large-frame pistol, say, 750 miles?
I’ve never had need to until quite recently, but here are a couple of things I’ve learned over the last few days:
The only thing that legally matters is that the firearm must be shipped to an FFL in the recipient’s state.
This brought me a chuckle. Then I realized what will really happen is that somebody will try to spin it in such a way that they must have more expensive drones with greater redundancy and more armored people to prevent any mishaps.
It’s all for fighting the war on terrorism, of course, so no cost is too high.
But I thought colleges made people smarter! Clearly, that’s not the case.