I remember. The girl I was dating at the time, and am now married to, had just gotten back into the country after being gone for 11 weeks. While she was in Ireland I had gotten my CHL and I told her about it so it didn't seem like a big deal. The first time we get together and I open the car door for her, close it for her and then walk around to get in the driver's seat I stopped and did the tuck. Her eyes got big and wide and instead of sitting nice and close to me she sat closer to the door. When I asked her what was wrong she said she didn't know as she had no real exposure to firearms. Long story short I ended up taking her dad, her mom, and her to the range. My father in law now shoots in cowboy matches nearly every weekend (pre covid at least he did) and my wife has her own CHL. About the positive thing I know of to come out of the buckeye tuck.
"I believe there is great need for such a book, a book which will help to make us again what we were a century ago before commercialism and life in cities robbed our young men of most of their primitive virtues -- a Nation of Rifleman.
Maj. Townsend Whelen
The American Rifle
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