Nice, we only got that in Scouts, school was anti-anti-anti-gun.maybe it's a product of growing up in missouri, but we did have firearm education in my public school. we were taught all about rifles, shotguns, handguns, bullets, how bullets worked (rimfire, centerfire, powder, bullet, etc.), how shotgun shells worked, the different shot, etc... all with the intent of if we knew how it worked, we wouldn't do something and kill ourselves with a gun accidentally.
taught us hunters safety too.
Most planes I've been in rattle more than an 80's GM, I think it's folly to assume they are that well sealed.
This is why I always fly with scuba gear.Right. They don't need to be. As long as the efficiency of the compressor is greater than the rate at which air is escaping. IIRC the myth was about people getting sucked out of planes. What they did a piss poor job of was showing the effect of pressure change on breathing and lung capacity. At elevations of 37,000 feet, it's not easy to breathe without assistance from cabin pressure. There also isn't much oxygen at that level.
Sure, the shit falls from the ceiling and you put your masks on. Or are people all distracted by grabbing their pistols? Lol.
Talk about overreaction. Lol open carry on planes. Multiple shots fired, cabin loses pressure -- catastrophe. I'm all for pre-2001 security.
no it would take hundreds of bullet holes in the skin of a commercial airliner to affect the cabin pressure. the planes are designed to regulate pressure, they're not air tight sealed
I'm comparing arming everyone on a plane vs everyone on a campus. you're talking about people with carry permits
settle down, beavis
They should just hand every passenger a handgun when they get on the plane.