Gun debate short: I have a very Bill Maher approach to gun control. They should be available, but only to those formally trained, with a clean record, and potentially have to be re-certified with safety and skill.
I think most people that own guns and legally carry them are too stupid and unskilled to do so. You won't believe how many gun owners don't know guns need lube, or that rifles need to be zeroed. With that, I've become inspired to teach civilians shooting skills. I am in the middle of becoming certified to teach and allow county police to issue gun carry permits in the state of Ohio. In addition to going through a SWAT combat course.
I don't want average Joe being able to carry around this crap, but if they're going to do so I want them to know how to do it safely and be skilled with the weapon enough so if they are going to shoot someone in the mall they don't take half the mall with their target.
With my military background and combat experience, I want to sell advance shooting courses. Such as stress shooting, maneuvering through a house, long distance shooting, and advance weapon care.
I don't completely support the "FUCK YEAH, GUNS!". I'll probably be the only Liberal with a shooting course. But too many people with guns are dangerous with them and even cops don't have what I consider basic skills. So I want to teach people about not killing themselves or innocents. Also, some people think shooting is fun. So I want to provide a safe platform.
I'm in the middle of developing class plans. If you're into this kind of stuff, what "gun stuff" would you be interested in learning or think people would be into?