Buck is not the only Congressman to like or keep guns in office. I learned this first-hand in 2000 when I was in Washington researching a story for Outdoor Life and interviewed Rep. Collin Peterson (D-Minn.) on Capitol Hill. When I entered his office, Peterson handed me a muzzleloader as he hefted his favorite deer rifle. He was very proud of his guns. "I had a reloader (to reload spent shotgun shells) in here once, too," said Peterson, "but the Sergeant of Arms busted in and confiscated it. You see, the President was due to give a speech next door, so they brought in the bomb-sniffing dogs. And it being just a few days till pheasant season, I was loading some shells. When the dogs smelled the gunpowder, they went nuts. So that was the end of my reloader."