Emily Miller’s continuing saga via The Washington Times
In my quest to obtain a legal gun in Washington, D.C., I’ve gone to the registry office, taken a 5-hour course, filled out paperwork and met with the city’s only dealer. I’ve now fulfilled any requirements that can be done before giving the city the serial number of my new gun, so it is time to decide what to buy.
(You might think I’m close to the end, but that’s not what happens on this side of the Potomac. After I buy, there will still be 10 more steps before I can take possession of my gun.)
I went to local gun store, Sharpshooters Small Arms Range in Virginia on Friday to rent some guns to try out in their range. The store was located at the very end of an industrial park, across from a construction site.