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Connor wasting time?

I'm a little behind on my reading, but I just finished John Conner's article (Guncrank, March/April 2013). It's my opinion Mr. Conner is wasting his time writing for American Handgunner. His view of America's political and societal landscape appear to be right on target. In his article "Artfully Revealing the Blindly Obvious" Mr. Conner paints a frightfully accurate picture of the craziness of our society and the pitiful "head in the sand" attitude of our political leaders.

Mr. Conner likes to portray himself as a Neanderthal, but those of us who read his writings here on a regular basis know he is an articulate erudite, who has great insight into this country and it's people. In my opinion, Mr. Conner should be writing for an organization that presents his work to a much wider audience. I love American Handgunner, but in this forum Mr. Conner is preaching to the choir.

Scott Puckett

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There's plenty worthwhile about doing a bit of choir-preaching, Scott. We do it so readers like you can be armed with info so you can take-on the gun-grabbers and beat 'em at their own game. Alan Korwin, Connor, Ayoob and others here are at the top of their game when it comes to such things. I learn something every time I read them and hopefully you fellows do too. Put that info to good use. Meanwhile, as much as it pained me to print nice things about Connor, I can't say I disagree with you he ought to be writing for somebody else. Just kidding ... RH

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Author:Puckett, Scott
Publication:American Handgunner
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Jul 1, 2013
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