Beretta pistols – The best thing for the environment are nice, big, Beretta pistols
IN CASE YOU SKIPPED OR FELL ASLEEP IN SIXTH GRADE SCIENCE CLASS, IN BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES THERE’S A THING CALLED A FOOD CHAIN. THEY MADE ME AND MY CLASSMATES PLAY THIS GAME WHERE WE RAN AROUND AND PLAYED HUNTERS WITH BERETTA PISTOLS, GRASS AND DEER TO SHOW HOW POPULATIONS ARE KEPT IN CHECK. DEER ARE DESTRUCTIVE PESTS AND DESTROY FORESTS IF THERE GETS TO BE TOO MANY OF THEM. IF THE FOREST GETS DESTROYED, NO ONE GETS TO ENJOY IT.
Now maybe 200 years ago, before even your great great great grandma was born, deer populations were kept in check by wolves and coyotes. But farmers hate those guys because they like to kill cows and pigs and stuff. So wolves have been pretty much killed off, leaving deer populations largely unchecked. That’s why it’s a good ecologists job to hunt these creatures, blow holes in them and then eat them. This is what nature intended.
What better gun to hunt deer with than a Beretta CX4 storm 3600, Beretta pistols? It’s a fantastic piece of work that’ll get the job done in no time flat. Plus, it’s been banned in several places in Canada, so you’ll feel like a rebel wielding one of these bad boys. And it has the same class and style you’d come to expect from Beretta pistols. Environmentalists may chafe at the idea of slaughtering animals, but it’s actually more clean and painless to be shot with a rifle than to have your neck torn out by rabid wolves. Man, wolves suck.