I'm catching up on articles and such this morning before i head up to my workroom to finish off some holsters. An idea came to mind, that may be worth pursuing. It's off the "educating the public" idea to guns and ownership. How about a 'Take a reporter shooting' day? I know many folks here enjoy a day out at the range, how about inviting a reporter from the local paper or tv station and teach him/her how to shoot? It's be on the premises of introducing a new person to shooting, which means keep it all apolitical (no politics!). Some folks have taken co-workers or significant others. Why not educate the very people who send out the greater message? I don't think this should be turned into a crusade or protest, rather, keep it on an informal level (I repeat, no politics!). Extend invitations to a ladies night or club shooting night at the local range. That'd be a fun outing that can generate good press or at the very least, a positive blurb. Anyway, just something to think about and a simple idea to educate those around us.