It was the shot seen ’round the world, but not everyone saw it quite the same way. The most transparent administration ever today released a photo of President Obama skeet shooting in a blatantly transparent attempt to tamp down ridicule over his claim that he shoots skeet “all the time” at Camp David. Is that important? Media outlets around the world picked up on the story, but the gun-shy fact-checkers at work in the world’s newsrooms couldn’t quite decide what to call that boomstick in the president’s hands. It’s certainly not an assault rifle; those are what bad people use. So what is it?

The Washington Times’ Emily Miller confirmed with the CEO of Browning that the shotgun the president is firing is almost certainly a Browning Citori (and a fancy-schmancy one too, that retails for $4,800). Hey, even Vice President Joe Biden knows a shotgun is what you want if your aim isn’t so great and mobs of earthquake survivors and/or clay pigeons are closing in fast.

Not to be outdone by the BBC, the Daily Mail decided to call the firearm in the — gasp — “shocking image” both a rifle and a shotgun.

As Piers Morgan reminds us nightly, there are no guns in the United Kingdom, so we can’t blame them for not recognizing them. But New Yorkers know their guns, right?

At least those right-wing nutjobs at Fox corrected their story. But at this point, what difference does it make? Well, as many Second Amendment supporters have pointed out, it makes a lot of difference when legislators and their partners in the press are left to decide which guns will be legal and which won’t, and which are “assault” or “military style” weapons. They say they want a conversation on guns, but can we at least get the basic facts right first?

  • http://twitter.com/gak451 Creigh Tompkins

    Just another example of just how ignorant of the issue they really are.

  • Michelle

    Another prime example of why the media, and anyone else this ignorant, MUST refrain from offering their opinions on the gun control debate: If you cannot tell the simple difference between a rifle and a shotgun, you have absolutely NO CLUE of ANYTHING about guns. And when you have absolutely NO IDEA what you’re talking about, stop talking.

    • SideshowJon36

      They know they’re scary. Isn’t that enough?

    • Catherine

      The media intentionally perpetuates the ignorance and fear. Any other issue they would have all kinds of actual explaining what the discussion is about to inform and educate the public. This is like if they had a witch doctor on when there’s a disease story instead of actual doctors.

  • http://twitter.com/who_me_too RadicalRebelWhoMeToo

    Skeet Shooting or Golf -Hmmm?? ==> reuters.com/article/2012/08/04/us-usa-obama-birthday-idUSBRE8730F820120804 …

  • TJ

    One wonders if the first copy had it labeled a fully automatic military style rifle with a wood stock to hid that it is a death stick.

  • http://ConservativeMom.net/ LoriGirl

    This is either hilarious or vomitous – I can’t decide.

    • Jim Denney

      Well, we know it’s not hilari-vomitous, she just quit.

    • Jim Denney

      Well, we know it’s not hilari-vomitous, she just quit.

  • http://ConservativeMom.net/ LoriGirl

    This is either hilarious or vomitous – I can’t decide.

  • Steve_J

    Is a skeet rifle similar to the wiffle ball he threw on opening day a few years ago?

    • lainer51

      HA HA HA- that was sad!!

    • lainer51

      HA HA HA- that was sad!!

  • Steve_J

    Is a skeet rifle similar to the wiffle ball he threw on opening day a few years ago?

  • Foxxman

    If this photo is genuine, which I highly doubt, the POTUS is remarkably bad at shooting skeet, which belies the story that he shoots “all the time.”

    • https://twitter.com/davidjkramer DavidKramer

      Notice how the muscles in his left arm are all contracted and flexed. That photo shows me he has no clue how to shoot. At least they put sunglasses on him so we could not see his eyes squeezed shut.

      • Love of Country

        LMFAO!

      • Love of Country

        LMFAO!

      • SideshowJon36

        Notice that his cheek fat is actually going over the stock, so the recoil is likely going to leave his jaw hurting for a while

        • sardiverdave

          Hmmm…not sure I agree with that. My trap gun (an old-timey Winchester 101) has a Monte Carlo stock that I put my cheek against. It elevates the sight line so that I simply line the middle bead, front bead, and clay vertically.

    • https://twitter.com/davidjkramer DavidKramer

      Notice how the muscles in his left arm are all contracted and flexed. That photo shows me he has no clue how to shoot. At least they put sunglasses on him so we could not see his eyes squeezed shut.

    • Michelle

      A top official with the National Skeet Shooting Association had this to say about the photo, ‘‘This isn’t something he’s done very often because of how he’s standing, how he has the gun mounted,’’ said Michael Hampton, executive director of the San Antonio-based association.

      • texaswc

        Yep, totally agree…

      • texaswc

        Yep, totally agree…

    • Michelle

      A top official with the National Skeet Shooting Association had this to say about the photo, ‘‘This isn’t something he’s done very often because of how he’s standing, how he has the gun mounted,’’ said Michael Hampton, executive director of the San Antonio-based association.

    • Jay Stevens

      Why? He plays golf all the time.

    • Jay Stevens

      Why? He plays golf all the time.

    • kenai

      The gun is not being fired. The smoke has been photo shopped into the picture. If you examine an enlarged version of the photo, the porting is clearly visible on the left side of the barrels. The plume of smoke (supposedly) venting from the right side of the barrel is from the porting. There is no smoke venting from the left side of the top barrel. That is physically impossible. BUSTED!!

  • Foxxman

    If this photo is genuine, which I highly doubt, the POTUS is remarkably bad at shooting skeet, which belies the story that he shoots “all the time.”

  • Jack Deth

    Nothing new here. And oh, so predictable.

    The media and feminists went Shat Bit crazy over a photo of Sarah Palin with a broken open and empty Over/Under shotgun draped over her right shoulder. Gave up counting how many times out liberal “betters” screamed that it was a rifle.

    • peteee363

      i did like watching her shoot dinner on her tv show. and when she was clubbing those fish on the boat. i would think peta blew mutiple gaskets watching her try and feed her family.

    • Hiraghm

      Maybe she was hunting RINOs (think about it….)

    • Hiraghm

      Maybe she was hunting RINOs (think about it….)

  • Jack Deth

    Nothing new here. And oh, so predictable.

    The media and feminists went Shat Bit crazy over a photo of Sarah Palin with a broken open and empty Over/Under shotgun draped over her right shoulder. Gave up counting how many times out liberal “betters” screamed that it was a rifle.

  • https://twitter.com/davidjkramer DavidKramer

    What is worse? That the DNC media and our supposedly conservative news sources like Fox (think controlled opposition) cannot even get the name of a group of guns correct, or that the White House had to take a special photo of Obama to prove one of the thousands of lies to the serfs?

    By the way, Obama goes shooting all the time just like I go out to eat arugula all the time.

    • peteee363

      i, like obama, go big game frog hunting!

      • Comrade Jones

        Oh ribbet.

  • https://twitter.com/davidjkramer DavidKramer

    What is worse? That the DNC media and our supposedly conservative news sources like Fox (think controlled opposition) cannot even get the name of a group of guns correct, or that the White House had to take a special photo of Obama to prove one of the thousands of lies to the serfs?

    By the way, Obama goes shooting all the time just like I go out to eat arugula all the time.

  • u_scruffy_nerf_herder

    Isn’t it amazing how the people that want to dictate what firearms we can own don’t understand what the difference between a clip and a magazine is, what an assault rifle is, or even tell a rifle apart from a shotgun?

    • Penmar

      It is and it would be funny if they weren’t seriously trying to ban anything they think is a rifle.

    • Penmar

      It is and it would be funny if they weren’t seriously trying to ban anything they think is a rifle.

    • Lady 12

      I don’t hunt or shoot much… so I’m a little in the dark about how you can tell it’s a shotgun and not a rifle. A rifle only has one barrel, right?

      • SineWaveII

        Yes but so do some shotguns.

      • Ken Alan Draper

        a rifle usually has a long thin barrel, but a shotgun has a wide barrel, the cocking action on a shotgun is usually under the barrel in front of the trigger & is acuated rearwards motion, this is known as a pump action shotgun, the rifle is usually cocked with a handle mounted above the trigger group. unless it is lever action in which case there is a loop shaped handle forward ofth e trigger which is swung down & back up. (lever action rifles are what you usually see in John Wayne western movies) A rifle has spiral grooves cut in the inside of the barrel called rifling to spin the bullit for better range & accuacy, a shotgun is a smothbore (no grooves) & fires a shell containing small pellets or round shot anywhere from 20 to 200 pieces per shell depending on whicht ype of shell is used, there are also Deer slugs for shotguns which are shells with one large bullit for hunting deer. police & military also use deer slugs for blasting door hinges.

        • Jay Stevens

          And there are pump action rifles, limited pretty much to .22 cal.

          • walterc

            I beg to differ, my brother has been hunting big with a pump action 30-06 for about 40 years.

        • Jay Stevens

          And there are pump action rifles, limited pretty much to .22 cal.

        • Hiraghm

          Now handle this one… what’s the difference between a musket and a shotgun?

          I bet them there door hinges don’t cook up near as tasty as venison… :)

          • walterc

            A musket is loaded from the barrel, generally uses black powder and the primer/ignition device is separate from the charge. A Shotgun uses a cartridge loaded from the breech end of the barrel. Generally uses “modern” day smokeless powder, but can use black powder loaded in a cartridge. But even a black powder cartridge gun uses a case, and primer as opposed to dumping powder and shot/bullet down the barrel as in a musket.

        • walterc

          A shotgun is not usually cocked by a pump action. There are probably more break action, and semi autoloaders (menaing every time you pull the trigger one shell is fired and ejected and a new shell loaded in the chamber) out there than there pumps. And a lot of shotguns used to hunt deer with slugs, and many turkey guns are bolt actions, which is the what the majority of hunting rifles use. The shot gun Obama is using is a Browning Citori stacked double barrel (stacked meaning the barrels are stacked one on top of the other as opposed to a side by side like Elmer Fudd uses). You’re right about the barrel shape though.

      • Jay Stevens

        No. The Germans invented what is known as the assault rifle during WWII.

        And there are double barreled rifles. They are just pretty rare nowadays.

      • sardiverdave

        Looking at the photo, there was a break-open lever at the breech, and the top and bottom barrels being the same size indicate that it was a double barrel O/U (over/under) shotgun. I also don’t know of many rifles that are ported, but there may be.

        • SHREDIT

          There are some rifle barrels that are ported, but I’m of the opinion that ported barrels effectively shorten barrel length. Those looking to reduce felt recoil and get back on target quickly, with a rifle, are better off using a muzzle break. My opinion, but who really cares ’bout dat.

        • SHREDIT

          There are some rifle barrels that are ported, but I’m of the opinion that ported barrels effectively shorten barrel length. Those looking to reduce felt recoil and get back on target quickly, with a rifle, are better off using a muzzle break. My opinion, but who really cares ’bout dat.

    • Lady 12

      I don’t hunt or shoot much… so I’m a little in the dark about how you can tell it’s a shotgun and not a rifle. A rifle only has one barrel, right?

    • texaswc

      Assault rifle is a political term that started in 1989….its false and wrong…PDW is the correct term, according to paperwork seeking bids for providing 7,000 PDW’s to ICE…and I DO agree with you, btw…

      PDW = Personal Defense Weapon – a selective fire rifle firing NATO 5.56x45mm

      • Hiraghm

        No, actually “Assault rifle” is a technical term that started near the end of WWII to describe a specific class of arm. “Assault weapon” on the other hand IS an invented term from around 1989.

        I find “assault weapon” to be hilarious. What’s the converse of an assault weapon? A defensive weapon? Name one defensive *weapon* you don’t (or can’t) assault with?

    • texaswc

      Assault rifle is a political term that started in 1989….its false and wrong…PDW is the correct term, according to paperwork seeking bids for providing 7,000 PDW’s to ICE…and I DO agree with you, btw…

      PDW = Personal Defense Weapon – a selective fire rifle firing NATO 5.56x45mm

    • Ken Alan Draper

      You’d have to be a damn good shot to skeet shoot with a rifle. LOL!!

      • Jay Stevens

        But it IS possible.

        • sardiverdave

          Uh, considering a rifle round will travel for upwards of a mile or more before losing its energy, and shot will be safe within 300 yards, I would say that not only is it considerably unlikely to get any hits with a rifle, but would be unsafe to attempt it at almost any skeet range.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Julie-Barrows/100000169731679 Julie Barrows

          I doubt 0dumb0 is good enough to do it, though.

      • Jay Stevens

        But it IS possible.

    • walterc

      I’ve always thought of an ammo clip as something that I put cartridges (as opposed to bullets) in, and a gun magazine (even a high capacity one) is something I await anxiously to arrive in the mail every month.

  • u_scruffy_nerf_herder

    Isn’t it amazing how the people that want to dictate what firearms we can own don’t understand what the difference between a clip and a magazine is, what an assault rifle is, or even tell a rifle apart from a shotgun?

  • Kele Johnson

    Uh…I don’t think I’d pull the trigger on a shotgun with my cheek resting on the stock….but that’s just me.

    • BlueGood

      Sorry Kele, but one MUST put cheek on stock for accurate shot..that’s why it’s called a “Cheek Rest”….ask any firearms instructor….not trying to dash your comment, but educate…:o)

      • Catchance

        Really? I was told NOT to put my cheek on the stock, as the recoil would give me a nasty bruise… so I don’t.

        • BlueGood

          Would NEVER kid around about safe/accurate shooting Cat….

          You MUST align your dominate eye (left or Right) with the sight frame…a Cheek rest will never give you a bruise…

          However, your advisor may have been speaking of using a SCOPE, and yes, if your face is too close, one could sustain an injury from the rear eye piece of scope…

          Always have your SCOPE adjusted to your personal vision!

          • Catchance

            No scope, thanks for the info.

          • Catchance

            No scope, thanks for the info.

          • Hiraghm

            Also, don’t have your thumb up, or the recoil will poke you in the eye (yes, I watched “Sergeant York” yesterday, so now I are an expert on guns and the military both!)

          • https://twitter.com/davidjkramer DavidKramer

            Think of the cheek rest as what I do with the bow, I lock my right hand thumb to the back of my jaw bone, using that as a lock for my hand and also as a consistent gauge for my sighting. The same goes for a rifle or shotgun, always be consistent with the sightline, this is what creates the consistent targeting. Just a little more info for the new enthusiasts out there.

          • BlueGood

            Good lesson David, I use a Kisser Button & Left thumb…Aye…I’m a Left handed Bow hunter…he heh….COBRA 5 Pin Fibre Optic SIGHTS!!!!! Google Cobra in Bixby Oklahoma….

          • https://twitter.com/davidjkramer DavidKramer

            I tried to shoot bow lefty once……………yeah, once was enough. TWANG!
            Google has a 3d view of the place.

          • BlueGood

            Their Bow Hunting accessories are top quality….I am currently field testing one of their new Releases…the strap is a new material…It’s been outside now since Dec. 15 being tested in as low as -30 weather….

            http://www.cobraarchery.com/contact.html

          • BlueGood

            Their Bow Hunting accessories are top quality….I am currently field testing one of their new Releases…the strap is a new material…It’s been outside now since Dec. 15 being tested in as low as -30 weather….

            http://www.cobraarchery.com/contact.html

        • texaswc

          In the Army, if you don’t have your cheek to the stock, you’ll never get a good sight picture…not to mention, your head moves around as you try and gain a sight picture if you don’t…never heard of anyone getting a bruise by resting their cheek on the stock, since it doesn’t slam your face, only slides across slightly since instinct makes you move your head away as the gun fires anyway….

          • Catchance

            Okay, thanks.

          • Catchance

            Okay, thanks.

        • texaswc

          In the Army, if you don’t have your cheek to the stock, you’ll never get a good sight picture…not to mention, your head moves around as you try and gain a sight picture if you don’t…never heard of anyone getting a bruise by resting their cheek on the stock, since it doesn’t slam your face, only slides across slightly since instinct makes you move your head away as the gun fires anyway….

      • Catchance

        Really? I was told NOT to put my cheek on the stock, as the recoil would give me a nasty bruise… so I don’t.

      • Kele Johnson

        Really? ‘Cause the first time I shot a 12 gauge shotgun and I rested my cheek on the stock not knowing any better, I spent a week wandering around looking as if I’d been in a bar fight…

        • BlueGood

          Sorry that happened Kele, but I’d put your injury to down to poor instruction….& improper form…

          Read immediate above comment from “TEXASWC”

          Hope it didn’t make you “Gun Shy” and you are at liberty to protect yourself….

        • BlueGood

          Sorry that happened Kele, but I’d put your injury to down to poor instruction….& improper form…

          Read immediate above comment from “TEXASWC”

          Hope it didn’t make you “Gun Shy” and you are at liberty to protect yourself….

      • Kele Johnson

        Really? ‘Cause the first time I shot a 12 gauge shotgun and I rested my cheek on the stock not knowing any better, I spent a week wandering around looking as if I’d been in a bar fight…

    • BlueGood

      Sorry Kele, but one MUST put cheek on stock for accurate shot..that’s why it’s called a “Cheek Rest”….ask any firearms instructor….not trying to dash your comment, but educate…:o)

  • Kele Johnson

    Uh…I don’t think I’d pull the trigger on a shotgun with my cheek resting on the stock….but that’s just me.

  • BlueGood

    OMFG BUT IT’S A GUN!!!!!….RUN RUN RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!!!!!!!

    LMAO…Liebrals…Dumb Mo Fo’s….

  • BlueGood

    OMFG BUT IT’S A GUN!!!!!….RUN RUN RUN FOR YOUR LIVES!!!!!!!

    LMAO…Liebrals…Dumb Mo Fo’s….

  • WisconsinPatriot

    ******Now Children……..this is the baddy bad bad gun thingy, OK? Here we have the president (swoon) shooting the GOODY GOOD GOOD gun thingy…….are we clear on the difference??????****** {dripping GOBS of sarcasm}

  • WisconsinPatriot

    ******Now Children……..this is the baddy bad bad gun thingy, OK? Here we have the president (swoon) shooting the GOODY GOOD GOOD gun thingy…….are we clear on the difference??????****** {dripping GOBS of sarcasm}

  • G.

    Most skeet that I’ve shot I had to elevate my shotgun, not shoot horizontally (unless the clay was way, way off. Not saying this is a staged shot, but …just saying.

    • $23901791

      Also, I tend not to rest the butt stock halfway on my collar bone.

      • dwsmokin

        Unless you want to break that collar bone. It’s obvious this man has never fired so much as a pellet gun.

        • lainer51

          I heard he is an expert marksman with a squirt gun though.

          • Hiraghm

            You’re thinking of Bill Clinton

        • lainer51

          I heard he is an expert marksman with a squirt gun though.

    • texaswc

      I was thinking the same thing the first time I saw that…

    • texaswc

      I was thinking the same thing the first time I saw that…

    • Hiraghm

      Either that, or it took him the whole arc of the target to aim…

      Gunsmith: “Well, he couldn’t see too good, so he just shoot where he hear a noise”
      Cole Thornton: “What happened to him?”
      Gunsmith: “He got in a barfight, the piano player, he play so loud, he couldn’t hear the other guy, so he just shot the piano player, and they hanged him”

      – Rio Bravo

  • G.

    Most skeet that I’ve shot I had to elevate my shotgun, not shoot horizontally (unless the clay was way, way off. Not saying this is a staged shot, but …just saying.

  • RightThinking1

    Presumably there will be a crush of Lefty wannabes crowding the gun shops to buy Citori’s.
    This actually could result in gun sales! Mostly .410’s , I would guess….

    • peteee363

      not when they see the price, libs are cheapskates!

      • Ken Alan Draper

        wanna bet we taxpayers foot the bill for that overpriced shotgun that has been used only once? could be worse though, I’m surprised they got the type of gun for skeet correct, I half expected a picture of him shooting skeet with a .17 HMR.

  • peteee363

    perhaps obama does normally use a rifle when doing skeet. his aim, and precision are that good, don’t you know? the rest of us use shotguns when shooting skeet.

  • Maxx

    What do you expect from a group of uneducated nitwits who continue to spew their ignorance when describing magazines as clips and vice versa. These are the same folk who think any firearm that is dark and scary is a military assault weapon. God forbid if they ever come face to face with a black Super Soaker.

    • Hiraghm

      I wish they’d come face to face with my day before yesterday when I was combating food poisoning, speaking of “super soakers” and “spew”.

  • Maxx

    What do you expect from a group of uneducated nitwits who continue to spew their ignorance when describing magazines as clips and vice versa. These are the same folk who think any firearm that is dark and scary is a military assault weapon. God forbid if they ever come face to face with a black Super Soaker.

  • Maxx

    No great surprise here, considering most of the media confuse the Second Amendment with a policy paper.

  • Maxx

    No great surprise here, considering most of the media confuse the Second Amendment with a policy paper.

  • bonnieblue2A

    The same folks who tote the gun-banning agenda for the Obama administration cannot tell a rifle from a shotgun. Where the State Run Media is involved accuracy and facts matter not.

  • bonnieblue2A

    The same folks who tote the gun-banning agenda for the Obama administration cannot tell a rifle from a shotgun. Where the State Run Media is involved accuracy and facts matter not.

  • coreopsis has set in

    If you ignore the whole scary gun part, using a ported shotgun is perfectly analogous to big-government policy: Put a lot of lead and smoke down-range with most (if not all) of the shot missing the target, but divert some smoke for personal convenience and comfort.

    • Well Done

      Yes, the shotgun is ported – for a right handed shooter. That means either the military can’t afford a left-ported shotgun for the left-handed President to shoot, or the President has never shot one at that range before.

  • coreopsis has set in

    If you ignore the whole scary gun part, using a ported shotgun is perfectly analogous to big-government policy: Put a lot of lead and smoke down-range with most (if not all) of the shot missing the target, but divert some smoke for personal convenience and comfort.

  • dwsmokin

    I’m sure he “golfs his ball” really well to. Brent Musberger learned this lesson years ago-don’t try to portray yourself as an expert if you don’t know the lingo-you come off looking like a fool. Plus, if he really fired a shotgun that way he’d risk a separated shoulder.

  • SideshowJon36

    Anyone who can shoot skeet with a rifle deserves to be President for Life!

    • Hiraghm

      Jed Clampett for President?

  • Hiraghm

    Duct tape 4 tubes of plumbing pipe to that thing, and they can say he was skeet shooting with an assault Gatling gun….

  • Hiraghm

    Surprised they didn’t call it an assault musket…

  • DaProf

    Unfortunately, Obama has been using a “blunderbuss” on the economy, jobs, environment. Definitely blunders. And didn’t he get the bus from Canada?

    The media wouldn’t know the difference between a clay pigeon and a frisbee.

    • Well Done

      I urge any American who values his money to buy real estate in Canada.

      And prepare to move here.

      • DaProf

        Not Canada. Too cold and they aren’t exactly “gun friendly” either.

  • Ken Alan Draper

    I’d say we’re lucky they didn’t have him shooting skeet with a bow & arrow.

  • Ken Alan Draper

    I’d say we’re lucky they didn’t have him shooting skeet with a bow & arrow.

  • Noelle C Campbell

    Is our president shooting at the people who are loading the skeets for him? That’s a mighty low shot.

  • Noelle C Campbell

    Is our president shooting at the people who are loading the skeets for him? That’s a mighty low shot.

  • AMSilver

    You know, if he does go skeet shooting *all the time,* then we can add that to the list of all the other things he does all the time: golfing, going on vacation, bowling (so he could make up for his humiliation bowling in the primaries), shooting hoops, fund raising, big dinners with J-Z and Beyonce, posing for pictures to tweet to his adoring public. I guess that’s why everything gets delegated to Joe (jobs council, gun council, negotiating the fiscal cliff deal, etc)

  • http://theobamatimeline.com/ colony14author

    And the Associated Press said he was wearing “headphones,” as if he was listening to Beyonce (or a recording of his 2009 Cairo speech).

  • Catherine

    If this was about news and not propaganda, every media outlet would have an expert explaining in minute detail what types of firearms are being discussed and how they work. Since informing the public isn’t the goal, they will keep compounding the ignorance – intentionally.

  • Well Done

    You want a conversation on guns? Here it is. There have been guns for hundreds of years, and there weren’t mass shootings. There have only been incompetent and even subversive bureaucrats preventing institutionalization of mentally unfit persons for about 40 years, roughly when mass shootings began. Disregard the constitution or change it outside of legal means and you will break up the country. Obama just might intend to start a civil war based on “preserving the union”, and I base that on what he has been saying and doing for the last 4 years.

  • RonP

    Why doesn’t the bottom barrel have a choke in it? Who does that? Why is there smoke only coming out of one of the ports in the barrel?

  • BeeKaaay

    And this is another reason that gun bans should never be supported. Leftwingwackos don’t know what guns are which, and which ones to ban. Thus they will always ban the wrong thing.

  • SHREDIT

    What I find obviously flawed with this whole picture is that obama is wearing a polo shirt to shoot skeet. If he’s EVER shot a round before, as he claims he does “all the time”, he would be wearing a shooter’s vest or jacket after that first lesson learned.

  • SHREDIT

    What I find obviously flawed with this whole picture is that obama is wearing a polo shirt to shoot skeet. If he’s EVER shot a round before, as he claims he does “all the time”, he would be wearing a shooter’s vest or jacket after that first lesson learned.

  • https://twitter.com/PaddoCrackr Regular Mushroom

    Come on, New York. You have Remington and how many other gun manufacturers? And no one can tell the difference between a rifle and a shotgun?