State Gun?

Well, considering it’s Utah, and considering the gun, and who designed it, it makes sense. Unfortunately, this was controversial for some lawmakers. Personally, I think they should be happy to be known for something other than giving the world the Osmonds.

6 Responses to “State Gun?”

  1. DirtCrashr says:

    The canonization of JMB’s hand-cannon!

  2. Didn’t Utah apologize for the Osmonds and make reparations payments to the world?

  3. wfgodbold says:

    Maybe the 1911 was reparations before the fact for the Osmonds (preparations?).

  4. aeronathan says:

    So when are they making JMB’s birthday a state holiday?

  5. Countertop says:

    Was the controversy over which JMB model to name the official gun?

    I could understand that – so many choices to choose from.

  6. Alpheus says:

    @Timothy: What do you have against Utah? While I would understand an apology, I would think that any attempt at reparations would destroy the State.

    Arguably, Utah would deserve it, but we did adopt a State Gun–surely, that ought to count as something in Utah’s favor for its existence! Shouldn’t it?

    It’s hard to say….We’re talking about the Osmonds, after all.