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Bang, I saved a life – Second Amendment Song that puts it into perspective

One of my favorite parts of running bulletsfirst.net is the interaction that I am fortunate enough to have with readers from across the country.  Therefore I was thrilled when I received a song from one among you that encapsulates the meaning behind the 2nd Amendment while putting it to a catchy tune.  The song also nails it on the head where they place blame on why criminal shootings happen.

John Chaffee wrote and produced “Bang” in Nashville Tennessee with Perry Danos providing the vocals.

Personally, I love the song so I thought I would share it will all of you.

Hopefully it can get some traction out on the internet and some people who may be ignorant of the 2nd Amendment can hear it and have it sink in.  That’s the great thing about music sometimes, you can learn something and not even realize it.

Take a listen, I hope you enjoy:

The lyrics hit spot on the positives of gun ownership, self defense, sporting, and inherent liberty while also highlighting that criminals are criminals and the gun is just a tool.  In good hands it can save a life and as such the right should not be denied to the law abiding.

 

 

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  • My gun’s not my right, it’s my God-expected responsibility:

    “But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own house [including spiritual and physical protection], he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.” (1 Timothy 5:8)

    For more, see “Firearms: Scripturally Defended” at http://www.bibleversusconstitution.org/onlineBooks/firearm-right.html.

  • Bob

    Bang a burglar is gone
    Bang Bang a robber is dead
    Bang a neighbors assailant served
    Bang Bang my wifes attempted rapist is dead
    Bang Bang Bang – just because we need to be proficient
    Bang Bang Just for fun

    Lot’s of reasons to go Bang, but a RIGHT is none of them. Nor is a License required.
    To ALL those that follow the “Constitution” WHY do you therefore get approval to carry your weapon?
    Truth is YOU SERVE a Master who is not as benevolent as Jesus who said to go buy one.

  • jimpeel

    The song is not that great.

    • Bullets First

      Different strokes for different folks I suppose. I like it though, catchy little ditty.

  • Sunshine Kid

    Not country, nor R&R nor Blues. But it is good enough for me.

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