No, not the old shooter game, a counterstrike to the Civil Rights Deniers.
Let's pick a date certain, say the Saturday after Christmas, the 29th, and have a "show" at your local rifle range.
If you are scheduled to shoot competition, cancel if you can do it without screwing your position on any ladder, but we have one objective on that day:
"Precision Rifle Saturday"
You take your tactical sniper rifle if you have one, or your best precision boltie hunting rifle if you don't. Some of your match ammo. The objective here is to sharpen your Long Range skills. We SPECIFICALLY don't want to show up with any "modern sporting rifles". Leave the ARs and the AKs and all their shoot-all-day clones at home. Wear a sidearm if your Club allows O/C on the premises.
Preferably, work with a spotter. Use your tables and your shot-placement book. Use all those toys like rangefinders. Use the correct terminology, "SEND IT" if you are spotting. Shooters call your shots. Log everything. Look like you mean business. Wear your best cold-weather ensemble and boots.
If all gun clubs were to do this action, some video of it would make You Tube, and some of those You Tube vids would get tweeted and/or put on Facebook pages, and the media would get the message:
It's not about how fast you can send bullets downrange, it's about making every bullet hit it's target and do it's job.
Yes, the grass doesn't grow in the Winter, but there can still be a good rifleman behind every blade of it, and if we show that, we've achieved something that the NRA with all their Hill schmoozing can never do.
If you like this idea, pass it on. If Saturday the 29th is too soon to set it up at your range, do it when you can, but it would be nice if this hits the media before the new Congress is sworn in.
We can play defense forever, but at some point we have to make our statement. This is one way to make it, and in doing so, we send the un-mistakeable message that it matters not what rifle is in our hands, when we need to use it, you don't want to test us.