Friday, 17 September

05:55

I'm sure they meant well...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 05:28, Friday, 17 September

This is like solving the tiger problem by telling the deer to stop being made out of meat. https://t.co/uwG0n9mHn8

— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) September 16, 2021

Did you buy chicken?  Like, since the oughts?  



Not seeing any riots...

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 04:30, Friday, 17 September

 The murderer of Justine Damond in Minneapolis has had one of his convictions overturned.  He's now just going be re-sentenced for second degree manslaughter--four years.  Since he's been in two and a half years, he could be out this year.

Not hearing about any riots or looting in Minneapolis over this travesty.

Regardless of the weather, we’re sure you’ll enjoy these fall boating getaway ideas from Barb Hansen. ~The Editors

Boating options are plentiful year round, but this time of year is especially great!  Maybe a boat show, a cruise ship, a sailing or power class or a private bareboat charter?  In short, anything to do with boats is fun!  Let’s look at a few.

boat show

Boat show season is starting.  Of course, most shows were canceled last year and this year they will still look a bit different if they have them.  We have already been told of a Trawlerfest in Newport that’s been canceled.  So far, it look...

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Preparedness Notes for Friday — September 17, 2021

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:04, Friday, 17 September

Today, September 17th, we celebrate Constitution Day in these United States. — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 96 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: The photovoltaic power specialists at Quantum Harvest LLC  are providing a store-wide 10% off coupon. Depending on the model chosen, this could be worth more than $2000. A Gunsite Academy Three Day Course Certificate. This can be used for any of their one, two, or three-day course (a $1,095 value), A course certificate from onPoint Tactical for the prize winner’s choice of three-day …

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Escape Southern California – Part 2, by Eastern Sierra Sage

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:03, Friday, 17 September

(Continued from part 1. This concludes the article.) Regions: California is a wonderland, because it has many diverse areas. I classify this state as having eight different diverse areas. (“Where I’m from, is where it’s at”!) “SoCal” 1) Southern California littorals: This includes San Diego County, Orange County, Los Angeles County, Ventura County, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo County. 2) The “Inland Empire” Kern County San Bernardino County, Riverside and Imperial Counties. Please Note: Most Californians would not classify Kern County as the inland Empire. I do because it is in-fact, Inland, separated by a coastal Mountain range and …

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Economics & Investing For Preppers

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:02, Friday, 17 September

Here are the latest news items and commentary on current economics news, market trends, stocks, investing opportunities, and the precious metals markets. We also cover hedges, derivatives, and obscura. Most of these items are from the “tangibles heavy” contrarian perspective of SurvivalBlog’s Founder and Senior Editor, JWR. Today, we look at nascent Digital Yuan sovereign cryptocurrency. (See the Forex & Cryptos section.) Precious Metals: Silver and gold both dropped by about 4% on Thursday (September 16, 2021), in a kneejerk reaction to news of a 0.7% rise in U.S. retail sales.  It seems that some silver investors haven’t thought through …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:01, Friday, 17 September

“People who denounce the free market and voluntary exchange…are for control and coercion.” – Dr. Walter E. Williams

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Thursday, 16 September

19:55

Waited a few days too long on the pears…

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 17:15, Thursday, 16 September

Summer will be done before I know it. My field of high waving flowers has faded…

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SilencerCo Science: Metering Guns From Call of Duty Modern WarfareIn 2007 Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare was released, and players experienced the latest and greatest in firearms technology in high resolution. Players of the series found themselves immersed in a game with new guns, and not forced to use those same old re-rendered guns their grandparents used in WWII.  Since its release, the […]

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16:55

Creepy Joe Tries To Change the Subject

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 14:15, Thursday, 16 September

 Creepy Joe, our current incompetent president was on the air an hour of so ago, talking about his new economic plan.  He's going to save us all.

However, anyone who has been in a grocery store knows that prices are up. Grocery prices to rise another 3% before the end of year, Kroger warns with cost of beef already up 14% and pork 12% since December

He seemed confused that energy prices are up too. Maybe, just maybe, his killing of pipelines and his hold on leases in the Gulf have something to do with that.  I'm just noticing.

Overseas, it seems like our influence is waning.  Situation in Indo-Pacific 'deteriorating,' says Australian defense minister.  I wonder what Milley thinks of that?  Now that both he and his boss are laughing-stocks, maybe it's time for a new team in both State and the Pentagon.

Speaking of Milley and Blinken, maybe they need to turn th...

No Argument from Me

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 14:10, Thursday, 16 September

 In Exclusive Interview, Trump Calls Sept. 18 Rally A ‘Setup,’ Says GOP Senate Should Fire ‘Disaster’ McConnell [More]

When he's right he's right.

The Racist History of Gun Control

by Ashley Hlebinsky in Recoil at 15:47, Thursday, 16 September

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POTD: HERA Arms H7 Stock System for Remington 700 SA

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 16:30, Thursday, 16 September

H7 stock system for the Remington 700 SA!Photo Of The Day: Today we’re taking a closer look at the H7 stock system for the Remington 700 SA, made by Hera Arms. Their chassis is made out of fiberglass-reinforced polymer, an aluminum V-block and an aluminum forestock. There’s also a polymer cheekpiece support, M-LOK slots for mounting various accessories and an AICS-compatible 5 […]

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Welcome to TFB’s Concealed Carry Corner, where we cover all sorts of topics on carrying firearms in every way as it pertains to everyday life. A few years ago, I covered the broad topic of concealed carrying while running, what sorts of dangers runners (and pedestrians, regardless of speed) could face, as well as various […]

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The wit and wisdom of Joe Biden

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 12:30, Thursday, 16 September

 


Seen on gab.ai.

Alternatives to College

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 10:02, Thursday, 16 September

Insty has been banging the drum lately on how young men are increasingly avoiding College.  You can't really blame them as it's a pretty hostile environment for men, and saddles most graduates with ruinous amounts of student debt.

But if you're bright, motivated, and hard working, there's a path to a six figure salary that will literally cost you only a few thousand dollars - plus a lot of self study time spent.  First, let's talk about the target and the opportunity.  The Bureau of Labor Statistics just published a study that highlights the fastest growing job fields through 2030:


That highlighted line?  Internet Security.  The good news?  Nobody cares ...

Emily Dickinson’s Hair

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 10:32, Thursday, 16 September

Two locks of hair, one blond, one brown, allegedly from the head of Emily Dickinson are being offered for sale on Ebay for $450,000.

Were they stolen decades ago from The Evergreens by the poet James Merrill? See LithHub.

[A] bit of questionably obtained Dickinson memorabilia has been quietly traded a...

A Partial Thought

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:44, Thursday, 16 September

 A gun advocacy group announced that it won a partial victory in a lawsuit filed over delays in firearm permit applications. [More]

What are these "permits" of which they speak...?

[Via Jess]

Singin' in the Stain

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:39, Thursday, 16 September

 

Activist accuses Trudeau of using gang shootings for political gain [More]

Justin blood dancing...? Oh, go on...

[...

How Complete is the Conversion?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:17, Thursday, 16 September

This is one of the better NRA ads I've seen in quite a while. https://t.co/j673FAGKCv

— Stephen Gutowski (@StephenGutowski) September 16, 2021
I agree -- it's one of the better ones. Let's hope none of the testimonial-givers will still vote Democrat because that's what will ultimately be the decider of if the effort is worth the money.

Not Yet But Soon...?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:59, Thursday, 16 September

 Is it any wonder the 81 percent of us who want universal background checks and the two-thirds of us who want assault weapons banned are at the end of our rope? [More]

Not yet, useful idiot, but let that monopoly of violence you're shilling for take over and decide you're no longer needed...

[Via Jess]

All the Ammo They Need

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:41, Thursday, 16 September

 Mark Milley Finally Gives His Denial but Ends up Telling on Himself [More]

Absent from all this is what he actually said, meaning he's given the Chicoms leverage over him if they threaten to release their recordings.

[Via Michael G]

UPDATE:
Laura Ingraham exposes 'General Milley's insurrection' [Watch]
I love the dishonorable discharge angle-- turn him into the...

A Public/Private Partnership

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 17:20, Thursday, 16 September

 Facebook drops hammer on song critical of Biden, ‘Blood on my hands’ [More]

Who needs government censorship when the same interests also control the media?

[Via Michael G]

Double-Plus-Ungood

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:29, Thursday, 16 September

 LA Times: Our recall system needs to be fixed so Republicans can't win [More]

They can't in California anyway.

[Via Michael G]

We're the Only Ones Degreed Enough

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:09, Thursday, 16 September

 The Third Degree Murder conviction of Chauvin now is legally deficient and must be vacated. Chauvin’s Second Degree Murder conviction is on appeal, and if that were reversed on legal grounds, the only conviction remaining would be Second Degree Manslaughter. [More]

Reminds me of a Marx Brothers routine...

[Via Michael G]

They Blow Up So Fast These Days

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:59, Thursday, 16 September

 VIDEO: Palestinian Terrorist Accidentally Ignites Himself While Throwing Molotov Cocktail [More]

I can't help but wonder how many sympathetic "refugees" make it through our "rigorous" entrance requirements...

[Via Michael G]

Getting to the Essence

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:51, Thursday, 16 September

 Bush got up on the 9/11 anniversary and proceeded to demonstrate, again, the essentiality of class in American society. Not “class” in the sense that he is classy; Bush, though it was very important to him to front that he has such class, in fact, has none. No, the “class” that is important to W is social class. He once again chose his country club pals over you and compounded it by issuing a disgusting blood libel against you. That’s his “thank you” for the thankless job of defending his worthless rear-end we did for all those years back when he was too gentlemanly to do it himself. [More]

I used fewer words.

It all boils down to one.

...

And a Little Child Shall Lead Them

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:44, Thursday, 16 September

“The idea of just sitting quiet and being told stuff and taking things in in a passive stance, is not a thing that’s in many cultures,” Thompson claimed. “So if we’re positively enforcing these behaviors, we are by extension positively enforcing elements of white culture,” he claimed with a smug smile. [More]

I invite him to go be disruptive and smug at a Boko Haram jihadist training camp for child captives and report back to us on how they take it. And make sure to bring that rainbow flag.

These juvenile mind-f*** freaks don't actually have to know anything, do they? Subjecting children to their influence is a form of psychological abuse that can have permanent effects, especially on the weaker-minded.

[Via ...

Make Minneapolis Somalia Again

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:10, Thursday, 16 September

 Ilhan Omar slams judge for blocking ballot measure to scrap Minneapolis Police Department [More]

Why not go full inclusion and tolerance?

Boy, America sure does suck.

How does taking foreign subversive ingrates in help "secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity" again...?

[Via bondmen...

Community Sharing

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:02, Thursday, 16 September

 Parent finds gun and ammo inside south St. Louis book box [More]

Uh-oh, another "loophole"...

The idiot dispatcher who told him to bring it in is simply doing what every single police-sponsored "buy back" does-- incentivizing people with no known capability of safe gun handling to pick up, carry, transport, and turn over a firearm whether they know the basic rules and how to clear a chamber or not.

"Commonsense gun safety" my ... eye.

[Via ...

Almost Half of New Gun Buyers Since 2019 Were Women, Says Survey

by Dave Workman in Liberty Park Press at 13:02, Thursday, 16 September

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Fusion image Pulsar T3i TrionyxEarlier this year Pulsar sent us a really interesting new toy, and it has now been made official. Pulsar calls it a new generation of multispectral binoculars, named Trionyx T3/T3i. With these magic binoculars, you get a combination of thermal, digital night vision and overlay fusion imaging. The Trionyx T3/T3i models are designed for hunting, search […]

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NEW Brownells Super Duty AR-15 Rifle

by Luke C. in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Thursday, 16 September

Introducing the New Brownells Super Duty Ar-15 RIfleAR-15 is the quintessential American rifle. For years the AR-15 has been a reliable, modular, and capable platform for every American gun owner to work off of for a variety of reasons. Brownells has just announced an exclusive new rifle – the Brownells Super Duty AR-15 Rifle. The new rifle comes right from the factory […]

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09:55

Better Guns Than Karate

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:09, Thursday, 16 September

I can't believe the literally hundreds of times the soft melodies of this song have wafted past my ears over nearly twenty years without me once actually processing the lyrics...



Yoshimi, girl, if you're really gonna defend Wayne from those evil space robots, karate and vitamins aren't going to be as effective as a trusty blaster at your side.


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Using LiveView on my K-S 2

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 14:53, Thursday, 16 September

 Focus is sharp on the screen but not sharp on the picture.  Turn off Live View and use the viewfinder and focus is slightly different.  GIMP fixes a lot.  17.5" f/4.5 1/100 second ISO 100 prime focus.


As an experiment I did everything the same but at 1/500.  Very dim but after GIMPing it:

Be-10, Sunspots, and Climate Change

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 08:29, Thursday, 16 September

 What causes climate change?  The climate change crowd claim that they have accounted for changes in solar output.  The problem is that they are looking only at primary effects.  Changes in solar output appear to affect interstellar origin cosmic ray flux.  The abstract from Harvard:

Time Variations of 10BE and Solar Activity
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 The Black Death was far deadlier than COVID-19.  About 1/3 of Europe died in the 1348-51 outbreak.  Doubtless, many Europeans were not exposed.  But who survived and why?

First of all, the malnourished and others in poor health were disproportionately struck down.  1/28/08 Reuters:

An analysis of 490 skeletons from a London cemetery for Black Death victims demonstrated that the infection did not affect everyone equally, two U.S. scientists said on Monday.

While many perfectly healthy people certainly were cut down, those already in poor health prior to the arrival of the plague were more likely to have perished, they found.

“A lot of people have assumed that the Black Death killed indiscriminately, just because it had such massive mortality,” anthropologist Sharon DeWitte of the University at Albany in New York, said in a telephone interview.

People already in poor health often are more vulnerable in epidemics. “But there’s been a tradition of thinking that the Bla...

Dressed for the Hunt - The Remington 870

by Unknown in Home on the Range at 09:22, Thursday, 16 September


Like the Mossberg 500, the first time I saw the Remington 870, and saw what it could do, all I could think of was "why didn't I get one of these before?".  They are well priced, totally reliable and very adaptable for many uses, the Remington being used by both civilian and military. Whether you want one for self defense for the home, hunting or just sport shooting, you'll quickly find out that there is a reason the Remington 870 is the most popular slide action shotgun on the planet. Add in to that the appeal that it's still U.S. Made by the Remington Arms Co., Inc.

The Remington Model 870 Wingmaster pump gun is probably the best known and best selling pump action shotgun in North America. First introduced in 1950 as the "Wingmaster", it replaced the Model 31, a gun th...

Amazing Fishing Technique

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 07:55, Thursday, 16 September

Thursday Update

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 07:59, Thursday, 16 September

 It's a weird news cycle.  

There is this pop-culture star, Nicki Minaj, who says that people should resist bullying, pray about it, and do your research about the vaccine.  I admit that I don't know anything about her, but that seems like a totally responsible message.  Of course, she is catching flak over it.  That's a shame, it sounds like a responsible message.

General Milley is still in the news.  Details of his malfeasance continue to leak out, and evidently, President Biden is pleased with his job performance.

In local news, we're supposed to have a rodeo practice at the church tonite, and I'm checking Facebook often to see if that has been cancelled.  After three days of rain, I cannot imagine that the arena is anything hut a mud hole.  UPDATE** It's cancelled.  Now, I wonder about the rodeo tomorrow night?

Let the Punishment Fit the Crime?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:52, Thursday, 16 September

 Three former U.S. intelligence and military operatives have admitted providing sophisticated computer hacking technology to the United Arab Emirates and agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million to resolve criminal charges in an agreement that the Justice Department described Tuesday as the first of its kind. [More]

And to think what happened to poor Major André for carrying a note in his boot...

[Via bondmen...

Generally Speaking

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:12, Thursday, 16 September

 A modest proposal: Fire all of the post 9/11 generals [More]

I'm wondering if a more dynamic response isn't warranted for some of the ones at the very top.

Just promise not to replace them with colonels who wear pregnancy empathy bellies or order cadets to wear high heels?

[Via bondmen...

Apples and Oranges

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:18, Thursday, 16 September

 Reminder to all Arkansas GOPers who are going full demagogue over Biden's vaccine mandate. Not one of you raised objections when Ark Dept of Health mandated vaccines @UArkansas  in 2019-2020 & promised to fire those who did not comply. [More]

How many logical fallacies can you find in this "comparison"?

UPDATE: Here are a few.

[Via Mack H]

 Motorists legally carrying firearms should not be handcuffed during a traffic stop merely because they presented their concealed carry permit. US District Judge Janet Bond Arterton last month found Waterbury, Connecticut, police Officer Nicholas A. Andrzejewski violated the rights of Basel M. Soukaneh by handcuffing him and holding him in custody merely because he presented his permit on the side of the road.  [More]

Well, that explains why they don't much like armed citizens and go to ridiculous measures to show it per directed-from-the-top policy.

Speaking of which, is the feral oinker still employed and being allowed to terrorize the public?

[Via Jess]

Lies of Omission

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:05, Thursday, 16 September

 Media Give Zero Seconds to Antifa’s Domestic Terror Plot [More]

We touched on it yesterday.

Hey, they've got a narrative to push and this just doesn't fit into the plans.

[Via George K]

Sins of the Fathers

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:55, Thursday, 16 September

 Biden’s ancestors were slave owners, genealogist finds [More]

But all our trusted fact-checkers denied it, at least until after the election...

Anyone rational, of course, knows this is irrelevant except to reparations scammers and "progressive" racists. What's valid is pointing out the hypocritical inconsistency in their phony, self-serving outrage.

[Via Remarks]

The All-Seeing Eye

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:24, Thursday, 16 September

 GOSAR INTRODUCES RESOLUTION REQUIRING BODY CAMERAS BE WORN BY HOUSE LEADERSHIP [More]

Obviously, he's making a point.

I'm sure there are plenty who would like to require that WE wear them.

[Via Henry Bowman]

Pick an Agency, Any Agency...

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:10, Thursday, 16 September

 The growing federal bureaucracy is a vehicle for cultural revolution, not a distraction from it. [More]

I never knew a thinking person who believed otherwise.

And not just the feds. Big oppressors start out small.

[Via Mack H]

Midwest Industries Introduces Marlin Ghost Ring Sights

by Luke C. in The Firearm Blog at 08:00, Thursday, 16 September

Midwest Industries Introduces Marlin Ghost Ring Sights for Lever ActionsGhost ring sights are a great way to get faster target acquisition on almost any platform. Midwest Industries has introduced a new series of Marlin ghost ring sights and rails that can integrate seamlessly with the Marlin 1894 and 1895 platforms. In addition to adding the ghost ring sights, the rig also adds in Picatinny […]

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NEW Beretta M9A4 Optics Ready Pistol

by Doug E in The Firearm Blog at 07:00, Thursday, 16 September

Beretta M9A4 optics ready pistolBeretta has just released their latest version of the famous 92 series, the Beretta M9A4, which comes as an improvement over the M9A3. The primary difference between the A3 to the M9A4 is the addition of factory optics cuts on the top of the pistol’s slide, which was previously only achieved via aftermarket services or […]

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Quote of the day—Thomas Kendall

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 06:09, Thursday, 16 September

You can certainly be assured that they will not win. That’s not at issue. Their entire goal is to lose. If you ever doubted, you’ve had the better part of a year of their stupidity to reflect on. You can quit wondering. They will lose. They want to lose. The only question is who they lose to. They want to lose to China, but I think losing to the radical Islamic world is their consolation prize.

Let’s spoil their day. Let’s make them lose to America.

Thomas Kendall
September 7, 2021
US, AT THE GATE
[Interesting idea. Can we pull it off?—Joe]

Quote of the day—Thomas Kendall

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 06:09, Thursday, 16 September

You can certainly be assured that they will not win. That’s not at issue. Their entire goal is to lose. If you ever doubted, you’ve had the better part of a year of their stupidity to reflect on. You can quit wondering. They will lose. They want to lose. The only question is who they lose to. They want to lose to China, but I think losing to the radical Islamic world is their consolation prize.

Let’s spoil their day. Let’s make them lose to America.

Thomas Kendall
September 7, 2021
US, AT THE GATE
[Interesting idea. It’s certainly worth considering.—Joe]

Gratuitous Gun Pr0n #205...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 06:09, Thursday, 16 September

"Hans, get ze Luger..."



The Instagram filter really makes it look like it's seen some $#!+. In actuality it's in pretty reasonable shape cosmetically, with wear more likely caused by time in a sock drawer than time in trenches.

.30 Luger is still out there, with a few places stocking Prvi Partisan and Fiocchi, according to Ammoseek. Prices are, of course, obscene, which makes me happy to be sitting on near half a case of the stuff. Having only the one magazine keeps consumption rates down. The main purpose of this pistol, for me, is to be able to let people fire a Luger if the...

Those cats were fast as lightening

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 06:16, Thursday, 16 September

Daily Time Waster posted this:


 It made me think of this:



How Long Does Ammo Remain Viable?

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 08:17, Thursday, 16 September

 For prepper, this is probably useful information.  For dealing with gun banners who think banning new ammo sales might achieve the same result (although over a very long period), this is also useful.  Rimfire ammo is considered especially prone to degradation compared to centerfire.  9/15/21 AmmoLand reports on testing 65 year old .22:

After accuracy testing, 50 shots were fired to register on the chronograph to obtain average velocity, standard deviation, and extreme spread.

The rest of the 500 rounds was fired for reliability. The manufacturer recommends the rifle be cleaned after firing 200 rounds...

[Ed: Dr. Mauser first published this at Ammoland August 31. Norming is a powerful tool used by anti-gun activists to change culture, leading to changes in politics and policy, just as dangerous to Americans as to Canadians.] Canadians are involved in a culture war. Traditional Canadian values such as self-reliance, personal responsibility, and patriotism are […]

Gun cat. 12 gauge. pic.twitter.com/1IdQRfwL1H

— Dan (@DanLtcR) September 16, 2021

"Ah, well.  Whatever.  We'll get back to you.  No hurry because...  We got nothing.  Treatment?  Naw we gotta know more before we can do that."


Good thing it's supposedly a slow cancer.  Cancers.  I mean we hope the cancers we are looking at are it and those all seem to be the slow kind.  

Godspeed!  

Lessons learned so far.  Doctors are really smart.  But they don't know a tiny fraction about how things work.  Dr. House is fiction, and he won't sweep in and go "It's not lupus."  Because he doesn't know. 

---

Also.

Of all the cancers it could be, will any of the current treatments considered cure it? 

"No Mr. Bolt."

Will any of those treatments relieve the painful symptoms I am experiencing?

"Oh, probably not?"

Will it extend my lifespan very much?

"Also, no."

Why am I here in your doctor o...

Vichycons

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:48, Thursday, 16 September

 "The role of the Vichycons in all this is, first, to ineffectively oppose, or pretend to oppose, the fundamental transformation. Then, once they have fulfilled their duties as gracious loser, they shift to their second: enforcement of the new Leftist norm." [More]

This piece is a couple years old but it's one of the most insightful analyses I have read of what's going on, particularly as it relates to "mass shootings," immigration/invasion, and Republican squish backstabbing.

I'm surprised the term "Vichycon" has not seen wider use and hope to do what I can to help change that going forward.

[Via Laocoön]

Tangentially-Related Updates:
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Did Someone Blink?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:32, Thursday, 16 September

I just went to National Archive site, and the woke “warning” has apparently been taken down. [More]

Apparently

But the "Statement" is still there, waiting to be applied again in new ways.

I wonder who ordered what and why.

The Table of Damascus

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:23, Thursday, 16 September

 Pfizer says data suggests COVID vaccine boosters are warranted ...  International public health experts — including two FDA vaccine leaders who are leaving the agency this year — wrote a new paper ... that booster doses are not necessary for the general public right now ...  [More]

Meanwhile, the WHO position is one of "global equity" and Biden says Team America can do it all.

As soon as we're done squabbling over politics, we'll tell you what the "settled science" is.

Meanwhile, over in the "undeveloped" world...

INTERESTING READING FROM AN UNEXPECTED SOURCE

by Mas in at 06:00, Thursday, 16 September

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Throwback Thursday: The Nifty Hybrid-Design HAC-7 Battle Rifle

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 06:27, Thursday, 16 September

The Halloway Arms Company HAC-7 was a very interesting hybrid design that incorporated elements of the FAL, AR10, and AK designs. It needed a bit more development to really work out the kinks, though, and only 300 were made (including a couple carbines and some mirrored left-handed examples) before the company went bankrupt. The guns today are rare and expensive, but I had a chance to take one out to the range back in 2013. I think the gun is really interesting, and most of the folks watching today did not see this video when it came out. So it’s a great candidate for Throwback Thursday…

TFB B-Side Podcast: What It's Like Being a Gun Guy In CaliforniaToday on the TFB B-Side podcast we answer some of the most important questions about what it’s like to be a gun guy in California. Can you find magazines with more than 10-rounds of capacity? Can you really not use a regular magazine release on your AR-15? Do people in California even like guns? Do […]

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:01, Friday, 17 September

“If you have harmed someone in self-defense, always remember that the active dynamic is not what you did to him, it’s what he was trying to do to you or another victim.”   Massad Ayoob, Deadly Force – Understanding Your Right to Self Defense

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Preparedness Notes for Thursday — September 16, 2021

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:04, Thursday, 16 September

September 16th is the birthday of “Mad Jack” Churchill (1906-1996), who was a true eccentric. He went to war in WWII armed with a broadsword and a longbow. (The latter was successfully used to dispatch several German soldiers.) He later became a devoted surfer. What a guy. — Don’t forget the upcoming Paratus Day.  Give the gift of Preparedness. SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 96 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: The photovoltaic power specialists at Quantum Harvest LLC  are providing a store-wide 10% off coupon. Depending …

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Escape Southern California – Part 1, by Eastern Sierra Sage

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:03, Thursday, 16 September

Covid-19 continues to plague us. Wildfires have destroyed Millions of Acres of beautiful forests and natural areas. The earthquakes in the East Sierra have been numerous and very unsettling. The Political situation in the “Peoples Republic” has become increasingly more radicalized to the left and somewhat comical, as I write this, the gubernatorial recall of Gavin Newsom is one week away. For the purpose of this article, I will orient the reader to the unique qualities that this state has to offer, as well as its unique detriments t. Most people who are familiar with California refer to it as …

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The Survivalist’s Odds ‘n Sods

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:02, Thursday, 16 September

SurvivalBlog presents another edition of The Survivalist’s Odds ‘n Sods— a collection of news bits and pieces that are relevant to the modern survivalist and prepper from “JWR”. Our goal is to educate our readers, to help them to recognize emerging threats, and to be better prepared for both disasters and negative societal trends. You can’t mitigate a risk if you haven’t first identified a risk. Today, we focus on the intentional gaps created in the Border Wall/ The Biden Era: Intentional Gaps Created in Border Wall Photos: Huge Sections Of The Border Wall Have Been Removed On Places Where …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:01, Thursday, 16 September

“Economic freedom is… …an indispensable means toward the achievement of political freedom.” – Milton Friedman

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Wednesday, 15 September

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TFB Review: Type A CQBR Block II

by Matt E in The Firearm Blog at 17:00, Wednesday, 15 September

Type A CQBR Block IIFor the last two years, the gun industry has been a tough place to navigate. Between material shortages and panic buying, certain firearms have been difficult or even impossible to find. Luke C reported earlier this year about the CQBR Block II being released and I have been waiting patiently for about 7 months for […]

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POTD CZ 100 - The First Polymer-Framed Pistol of Ceska Zbrojovka (1)Continuing the series of articles and social media posts dedicated to some of their most interesting historical firearms, Ceska Zbrojovka published photos of their first polymer-framed handgun – the CZ 100. This pistol was designed in the early ’90s and although like many other early polymer-framed pistols it was not really commercially successful, it is […]

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Wheelgun Wednesday: Uberti 1875 Top Break Review

by Rusty S. in The Firearm Blog at 16:00, Wednesday, 15 September

Wheelgun Wednesday: Uberti 1875 Top Break ReviewThe Smith & Wesson top break revolver represented a major jump in firearms technology when it debuted in 1869.  Faster to load and unload, as well as far easier to reload while riding a horse than most other revolvers of the day, the top-break quickly became popular with lawmen, outlaws, and military forces all around […]

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For the second year, Second Amendment Foundation is hosting its Gun Rights Policy Conference online.

Their history dates back to when SAF organized Scholars' Conferences in the late 1970s. I distinctly remember one in 1978, I think it was the second one, in St. Louis. At those conferences, I first met Steve Halbrook, Joyce Malcolm, Don Kates (who chaired them), David Caplan, and others. Egad, 43 years ago, about 2/3 of a human lifetime.

This may seem like an innocuous statement, but this all actually encapsulates the Climate Bullshit perfectly.  First, the government's statement:

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) confirmed in a new report that the average temperature during this summer for the contiguous U.S. was hotter than the Dust Bowl in the 1930s.

The meteorological summer between June 1 to Sept. 1 averaged 74F for the U.S., or 2.6 degrees warmer than the long-term average. NOAA said, "this technically exceeds the record heat of the 1936 Dust Bowl Summer, but the difference is extremely small (less than 0.01 of a degree F)."

Remember the Dust Bowl?  John Steinbeck and Henry Fonda sort of made it memorable:

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Who is this guy?

by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 14:06, Wednesday, 15 September

Calling ME a narcissist?  You wanna take it outside?  What?  Oh...


Flatten The Curve for Hunting Deer – Part 2, by Behind The Counter

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:03, Wednesday, 15 September

(Continued from Part 1. This concludes the article.) The topics that I’ll deal with in Part 2 include: • The size, shape, location, and contents of a deer’s vital zone, • Legal, ethical, and practical considerations using your defense rifle for hunting, • Other caliber options available for your AR-15 platform including .300 Blackout, 6.5 Grendel, 6.8 SPC, .224 Valkyrie, .22 Nosler, .350 Legend, and the new kid on the block 6mm ARC. Let’s begin by understanding where to aim. HOW BIG IS A DEER’S VITAL ZONE? Well, it depends. A deer’s vital zone area is easy to visualize. Draw …

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Stupid Celebrity Tricks

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:51, Wednesday, 15 September

 Grimes' Met Gala Sword Was Made From an AR-15 Assault Rifle [More]

Who or whatever...

Did you know that in New York City: "It shall be unlawful for any person to carry on his or her person or have in such person’s possession, in any public place, street, or park any knife which has a blade length of four inches or more"?

You have to wonder what would have happened had a non-privileged POC carried a sword into the event.

[Via Jess]

Authorized Subsidized Journalists

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:30, Wednesday, 15 September

 House Dems Propose $1 Billion in Subsidies for Local Newspapers - Lawmakers hope tax credits will revive industry as trust in media plummets [More]

I can't think of anything that would make me trust their political objectivity more than depending on Democrats for handouts.

And sorry, "conservative" outlets -- our "independent fact-checkers" say you people are a bunch of fake news Nazis so you're not eligible -- which is the excuse we'll use to do an end-run around accusations of First Amendment-violating censorship.

[Via Michael G]

We're the Only Ones Incurious Enough

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:20, Wednesday, 15 September

 Just in time for the Senate hearing? The FBI FINALLY fired an agent for failing to properly investigate Larry Nassar [More]

Wait-- you can fire them for not "pursuing tips"...?

[Via Michael G]

'Sear Violence' Hysteria on the Rise

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:12, Wednesday, 15 September

 ATF Says Auto Sears Are Becoming More Common In Twin Cities [More]

What does that even mean?

And the push to redefine semiautos as machineguns continues with the DSM happily acting in the role of useful idiots for an arrogant Biden ATF...

[Via DDS]

A Bridge Too Far

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:58, Wednesday, 15 September

 This abuse of executive power may be just the thing to provoke that reminder. [More]

Your lips to God's ear.

[Via Mack H]

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Security Smörgåsbord, vol. 13 no. 5

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 09:32, Wednesday, 15 September

Report: Direct patient safety risk posed by infusion pump vulnerability exploit

A group of five vulnerabilities in the B. Braun Infusomat Space Large Volume Pump could allow an attacker to modify system configurations in standby mode and deliver an unexpected dose of medication to patients without any need for authentication, according to a new report from McAfee Enterprise Advanced Threat Research.

I've been posting about the security problems in medical devices for going on a decade now.  It's interesting to see major security research players start to issue advisories about these.  Hopefully the FDA expedites these sort of security updates.

DEFCON: Internet of Things random number generators stink

In...

Babylon Bee:

NEW YORK, NY—On her way back to D.C. from the Met Gala, a young lady named AOC made a powerful statement on equity by directing the pilot of her private jet to write ‘Tax The Rich’ in the sky.

The stunningly brave slogan was seen by thousands of people in the area and inspired dozens.

“AOC is a true socialist hero,” said Comrade Maisley Wiggins of the Socialist Party of America. “We couldn’t agree more with her statement that the rich should be taxed, which they clearly aren’t. Of course, AOC...

Is There Anything She Can’t Do?

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 11:10, Wednesday, 15 September

Mary Harrington observes that it is very possible that none other than Ayn Rand recently saved Britain from a system of vaccine passports.

Health secretary Sajid Javid announced [9/12] that the much-debated plan to introduce vaccine passports for nightclubs and other venues at the end of September was not going ahead.

Appearing on the Andrew Marr Show, Javid insisted that while the government ‘was right to look at it’ and the plan would be kept ‘in reserve’ he was pleased to say the passports would not be implemented as previously announced, adding that it was ‘a huge intrusion into people’s lives’ and ‘most people instinctively don’t like the idea’.

Javid is widely known as a fan of Ayn Ran...

Check out the video below.  It's long, but worth it.  It makes the connection between how Fauci fearmongered AIDS as well as got AZT on the market as the only solution, even when it was killing people due to liver failure.  AZT of course, had few studies before FDA approval.  Be sure to watch it before it gets taken down by youtube.  Ignore the apologists and tools that desperately try to undermine her work.





We're the Only Ones Bad Enough

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:24, Wednesday, 15 September

 Drug sting sends two Miami-Dade cop pals to prison. They were big fans of ‘Bad Boys’ movies [More]

Whatcha gonna do when they come for you?

[Via bondmen]

C'mon, Who Didn't See This Coming?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:31, Wednesday, 15 September

 Gavin Newsom wins in landslide... [More]

That's pretty much what I've been saying all along...

No doubt about it, Larry Elder is the (infinitely) better man with better policies, but you have to pick your battles, and going out there and getting very publicly stomped doesn't help him or his cause.

Doing Shots

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:20, Wednesday, 15 September

 Shocking shoot-out video leads to liquor license suspension of business [More]

That's some pretty heavily-armed security owner Dana Kelly employs.

And she's a Democrat running for mayor?

May we assume she's a "Gun Sense Candidate"?

[Via bondmen...

We're the Only Ones Gangsta Enough

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:06, Wednesday, 15 September

 At least four “secret cliques or gangs” of sheriff’s deputies — with names like the Banditos and the Executioners — continue to operate and recruit within the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department, despite recent reforms intended to ban them. [More]

Well, yeah. The departments have got Oath Keepers to purge.

[Via bondmen...

Thoroughly Modern Milley

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:26, Wednesday, 15 September

 This is a coup. This is treason. And there must be a court martial and martial justice. [More]

That's pretty much what I said.

UPDATE: Richard Grenell says not so fast...

Gosh, if we can't believe Bob Woodward and The Washington Post, who can we believe?

[Via Michael G]

 Chief Logan pointed to similar apologies from other Christian denominations in Canada, “The Anglican Church has apologized. The Presbyterian Church has apologized. United Church has apologized,” he said. He also referred to a Truth and Reconciliation Committee finding of the Canadian Parliament in 2015 which called upon Pope Francis to offer such an apology. [More]

Why does that make me think of "Faiths United"?

[Via Jess]

Daily Defense Redux

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:20, Wednesday, 15 September


Yesterday's Armed American Radio program with host Mark Walters, available in your choice of formats:

One-Track Minds

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:11, Wednesday, 15 September


Two far-left activists convicted of interfering with track control systems in Washington. [More]

Samantha and Ellen? There's a skank engine/pulling trains joke in here somewhere...

[Via ...

Big Brother is Watching You

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:50, Wednesday, 15 September

 Billed as the most secure phone on the planet, An0m became a viral sensation in the underworld. There was just one problem for anyone using it for criminal means: it was run by the police [More]

You gotta wonder how many people "in power" are kept in check by blackmail.

[Via Henry Bowman]

South of the Border, Down Mexico Way...

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:01, Wednesday, 15 September


 If the gunmen in the video are in fact active members of the UNOPES, it may be the most visually damning evidence of state corruption since President Andrés Manuel López Obrador took office in December 2018. [More]

Jeez, it's like these people have never heard of Los Zetas or anything.

Good thing they, with the help of the Bradys, are going to ...

 The city of Edmonds will get a chance to convince the state Supreme Court that its law prescribing how residents store their guns is legal. [More]

By "home rule," they mean to rule your home.

[Via Jess]

None Dare Call It Treason

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:35, Wednesday, 15 September

 Biden Hires International Migration Group to Help Bring Expelled Illegal Aliens Back to U.S. [More]

The embedded domestic enemies intend to do as much lasting damage as possible for as long as they can get away with it.

Good thing this has nothing to do with that "single issue"!

[Via Geordan]

Cut and Run

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:18, Wednesday, 15 September

At least 8 wounded in stabbing spree in downtown Colorado Springs [More]

It's not like the politicians who presume to be "in charge" haven't had years to address the problems.

Don't worry-- they're working furiously to make sure you're defenseless.

[Via Jess]

Had ENUF?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:48, Wednesday, 15 September

 “The spread of untraceable `ghost guns’ is fueling gun violence in our city and today’s vote will help keep firearms out of the hands of people who pose danger to our communities — including violent criminals, domestic abusers, individuals suffering from mental illness and terrorists,” von Wilpert said. [More]

It will never be enough -- when that doesn't work, she'll be back demanding more. Giving political power to someone this childish, stupid, and blatantly opportunistic doesn't strike everyone capable of thinking as insane?

[Via Jess]


Anti-Gun Hysteria Attempts to Exploit Planned D.C. Saturday Rally

by Dave Workman in Liberty Park Press at 11:16, Wednesday, 15 September

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Prism Scope Versatility: The Battlefield and Beyond

by Forrest Cooper in Recoil at 11:33, Wednesday, 15 September

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SIG Sauer Introduces the SIG Custom Works Concierge Service

by Luke C. in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Wednesday, 15 September

SIG Sauer Introduces the SIG Custom Works Concierge ServiceSIG Sauer has been trying really hard lately to cater more to the civilian market by offering near-endless variations of their P320 pistol. Their latest offering is the new SIG Custom Works Concierge Service which lets you build your own custom pistol and have it shipped directly from the SIG Sauer factory to your FFL. […]

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Beretta Adds New Enhanced 1301 Shotguns to Their Lineup

by Luke C. in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Wednesday, 15 September

Beretta Adds New Enhanced 1301 Shotguns to Their LineupThe Beretta 1301 has received a lot of attention lately as being one of the best semi-auto shotguns currently on the market. Since more and more people have been paying attention to the offering, Beretta has listened to recent customer feedback and has now added new Enhanced 1301 offerings to the existing lineup. More from […]

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Quote of the day—John Yarmuth

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 06:00, Wednesday, 15 September

We are not broke as a nation. We are not bankrupt. We can’t go bankrupt. We absolutely cannot go bankrupt because we have the power to create as much money as we need to spend to serve the American people.

John Yarmuth
Chairman of the Budget Committee
U.S. Representative (D-KY)
September 9, 2021
Democrat Budget Committee Chairman: ‘We Have Power to Create as Much $$ as We Need to Spend’
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WATCH

House Democrats argue “we can’t go bankrupt because we have the power to create as much money as we need to spend…”

And he’s serious. pic.twitter.com/LdFpCwGclT

— House Ed & Labor Republicans (@EdLaborGOP) September 9, 2021

This claim will not age well.

If this were true ...

WriterDojo Episode 5 – The Discipline of Idea Management

by correia45 in Monster Hunter Nation at 07:34, Wednesday, 15 September

WriterDojo Episode 5 is out. This week Steve and I talk about how to get, develop, organize, and use ideas for your fiction. Ideas are everywhere. (and I forgot last week to post that Episode 4, Outlining vs. Discovery Writing was out, and it’s a good one) This episode I also tell the story for the first time of where the idea for Wendell T. Manatee came from.

If you would like to support the podcast with a small monthly donation you can do it at Anchor: https://anchor.fm/writerdojo . Later in the season we will be doing some Q&A episodes using questions from our backers. As always we really appreciate you subscribing and liking and all that other podcasty stuff that helps us get more listeners.

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The Bad Seed

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:31, Wednesday, 15 September

 Two Florida boys, ages 13 and 14, arrested after allegedly plotting Columbine-style shooting attack; amassed guns, ammunition, and knives [More]

Who wants to bet an investigation won't reveal a pattern of behavioral issues along with being bullied? And denial?

[Via bondmen]

Messing with Texas

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:00, Wednesday, 15 September

 UTSA drops 'Come and Take It' tradition after petition raises concerns over slogan's racist history [More]

They came and took it.

Meanwhile, over in the "progressive " bastion of Austin...

[Via Michael G]

 Balenciaga’s very pricey sweatpant/boxer combo — $1,190 retail — is just that: It features what look like boxers “peeking out from the [sweats’] waistband,” according to CNN Style. It’s a popular look, particularly among young black men. [More]

Why does Charlie's idea of great R&R come to mind?

[Via Michael G]

Hometown Scandal

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:13, Wednesday, 15 September

“It has come to my attention that your educators are distributing essentially what is child pornography in the classroom. I've spoken to a judge this evening. She's already confirmed that. So I'm going to give you a simple choice. You either choose to resign from this Board of Education or you will be charged,” said Shubert. [More]

This town has done nothing but thrown money at its schools and administrators and "educators" have paid it back by indoctrinating young minds and going after those who resist it

Nice to see people waking up. I've got to get some popcorn.

'Because Evil Can Never Be Dead Enough'

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:23, Wednesday, 15 September


 ...Harris Wilder was a career criminal with 40 previous arrests... [Watch]

Where was the custodian?

I'm surprised the sheriff made that admission, though, and wonder if it will be used against him with judge/jury/executioner accusations by the race-baiters. The legalities are why it's more prudent to say "shoot to STOP." 

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Confidence Man

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:46, Wednesday, 15 September

 “Building trust and confidence between law enforcement and the public we serve is central to our mission at the Justice Department,” said Attorney General Merrick Garland.  [More]

And what better way to do that than by making concessions to bLM while turning up the heat on that "biggest terror threat"?

[Via Jess]

Forever Youngkin

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:39, Wednesday, 15 September

Governor: To date, no candidates for this office have returned the VCDL survey.  There are no endorsements for this office at this time. [More]

Keep stokin' that fire in the belly, Glenn!

[Via Mack H]

Now They've Gone and Done It

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:52, Wednesday, 15 September

 Chinese State Media Slams Soros As "The Most Evil Person In The World" And "The Son Of Satan" [More]

What do they know that "our" media doesn't?

I wonder if the same "progressives" who say criticism of Soros is antisemitic poison will try to "cancel" them?

Nothin' on ADL's Twitter feed... 

[Via bondmen...

Too Radical for Radicals

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:06, Wednesday, 15 September

 The Ninth Circuit totally obliterated Koh’s ruling - and her alleged legal thinking behind it. And now Biden has nominated Koh for a promotion - to the Ninth Circuit. [More]

Good. Let him continue to p!$$ off everybody.

[Via Michael G]

To Ourselves and Our Posterity

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:51, Wednesday, 15 September

 The Democrats’ proposed amnesty for migrants creates a hidden pipeline for U.S. employers to flood more cheap foreign graduates into millions of middle-class careers needed by American graduates. [More]

Even Starbucks won't need you, "progressive" white kids!

But say "replacement" at your peril.

Good thing this has nothing to do with that "single issue"!

[Via ...

Breaking the Seal

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:41, Wednesday, 15 September

 EXCLUSIVE: Defense Says Travis County DA Jose Garza Files Motion to Seal Evidence Against Him in High-Profile Shooting Case [More]

Abuse of power, conspiracy, and corruption by gun-grabbing Garza?

Oh, go on...

[Via bondmen...

Right on Schedule

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:33, Wednesday, 15 September

Here comes the low-hanging fruit to give the Democrats the headlines they need to further the meme! [Watch]

I wonder how many other moron losers like this they're attracting to conflate with us.

This weekend...?

[Via 1Gat]

Mission First Tactical MFT Extreme Duty 7.62x51 NATO MagazinesMission First Tactical is in the business of making affordable AR-15 accessories and they’ve recently released a new set of magazines specifically designed for the 7.62×51 NATO cartridge. The new MFG Extreme Duty Magazines are now available for use with SAAMI-spec 7.62×51 and .308 Winchester ammunition. The new magazines will be made available in both […]

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RCBS Releases the Remastered RCBS Reloading App

by Luke C. in The Firearm Blog at 07:00, Wednesday, 15 September

RCBS Releases the Remastered RCBS Reloading AppThose of you who reload and keep a close eye on the industry will know that RCBS recently released the Chargemaster Link and Chargemaster Supreme powder dispensers. These new digital powder dispensers are some of the most advanced pieces of reloading equipment available to consumers and are packed full of medical-grade load cells for precise […]

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Pulsar Digex C50 – Colour The Darkness

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Wednesday, 15 September

Pulsar Digex C50About two weeks ago, Pulsar teased us with a picture of a new digital sight. At the time no one knew if the technology inside was thermal or digital night vision. It’s now known that the new product is called Pulsar Digex C50 and that it’s a day/night digital riflescope designed to be used 24/7 with […]

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Choo Choo Too

by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 06:55, Wednesday, 15 September

How did we get this way?  With freight trains?

Gah, it's been forever since I did any research on this.  Let me wing it.

  1. As a commenter noticed, passenger fares NEVER made any money.  From 1825 to now.  You never wanted them, gov't interference forces it on the Railways.
  2. A mixed system steps on each other's toes. Always.  
  3. Both freight and passenger service was failing by the 60s.  See A Prayer for Owen Meany about this late stage failure.
  4. All this led to company failures, to company consolidation, to RR assets getting bought up cheap by the few survivors.  With fewer players there was less competition and less overlap and it was cheap enough to CLOSE some lines.  Make the track mileage more efficient.  Less track meant less money spent on track maintenance.  But many areas were still being serviced.  By one or two companies instead of six.
  5. Failure and consolidation meant the powerful RR unions had less clout, and their antiquate featherbedding work rules meant that you no...

The more you tighten your grasp....

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 04:31, Wednesday, 15 September

 The latest mandate from Biden et al (he's a meat puppet so really not sure we can blame him for things anymore) is having the effect of people finally calling bullshit and are going to be ignoring or modifying to meet reality.

The Governor of Nebraska came flat out and said that the pResident is completely ignorant about covid and has not attended ANY governors meetings.  Not one.

Twenty-seven states have come out against the mandate indicating a huge legal battle.

People are saying if they are mandated to get the injection, they will quit.  And it's happening.  Nurses are refusing the mandate and are quitting.  The smart ones are now forcing their employers to fire them rather than quit. (Love me a good paper trail).  Hospitals are woefully understaffed and it's going to get worse especially ...

Did Milley Over-Step?

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 11:43, Wednesday, 15 September

 The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs is the highest ranking military officer in the United States.  He answers to the Secretary of Defense.  His duties are wide-ranging.

Bob Woodward has written a book that claims that Milley did things that, while they might not amount to treason under the Constitution, certainly may result in criminal referrals under the US Code.

And, according to at least one source, certain officers who work for Milley are willing to testify under oath against him.

This story is breaking, and I have no idea whether any of it is true.  It is certainly salacious, and one wonders first about the veracity of the original allegation, secondly about the purported leak from the White House, and third abut why all this is coming to light right now?

Is Milley on the way out?  Most Chairmen are.  It is the highest raking post in the US military.  There is no where else to go.  Generally, retirement follows. ...

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Preparedness Notes for Wednesday — September 15, 2021

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:04, Wednesday, 15 September

On this day in 1944, the U.S. 1st Marine Division landed on the island of Peleliu, one of the Palau Islands in the Pacific, as part of a larger operation to provide support for Gen. Douglas MacArthur, who was preparing to invade the Philippines. Within one week of the invasion, the Marines lost 4,000 men. By the time it was all over, that number would surpass 9,000. The Japanese lost more than 13,000 men. Flamethrowers and bombs finally subdued the island for the Americans, but it all proved pointless. MacArthur invaded the Philippines without need of Army or Marine protection …

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SurvivalBlog Readers’ & Editors’ Snippets

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:02, Wednesday, 15 September

This weekly column is a collection of short snippets: practical self-sufficiency items, how-tos, lessons learned, tips and tricks, and news items — both from readers and from SurvivalBlog’s editors. We may select some long e-mails for posting as separate letters. Several readers mentioned this article that was picked up by dozens of newspapers: Growing risk of once-in-a-century solar superstorm that could knock out internet, study says. Here is a snippet from the article: “The paper, written by University of California assistant professor Sangeetha Abdu Jyothi, is titled “Solar Superstorms: Planning for an Internet Apocalypse.” It paints a scary picture of …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 00:01, Wednesday, 15 September

“I prefer liberty with danger than peace with slavery.” Jean-Jacques Rousseau

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It’s that time of year. A lot of people automatically think pumpkins in the fall. Me? I think about green tomatoes. I am on a personal mission to try as many of the fried green tomato appetizers available in restaurants across the land as possible. When I’m home, and particularly about this time of year before the frost sets in, it’s fried green tomato time. Here’s a recipe I tried from dependable Paula Deen. Between Paula and the Pioneer Woman, you just can’t go wrong.

green tomatoes

One thing I noticed about Paula’s recipe is this dictate: she instructs you to sprinkle salt on the sliced tomatoes to pull some of the moisture from them. The...

Tuesday, 14 September

19:55

More deer than people

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 19:08, Tuesday, 14 September

Because of the gun range I spent quite a bit of time on my land in Idaho this summer. I saw more deer than people. I’m pretty sure it was the same deer multiple times. They came out of the woods at the same place, ate my crops in the same area of the field, and I’m pretty sure I was recognizing some of them.

Here is a picture of one group of seven (click to enlarge and see there are two next to each other at the upper left) about 250 yards away:

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I saw as many as 14 at one time in this same area. Some of them would come as close as about 25 yards away without much fear as long as I didn’t pay much attention to them.

There were also other parts of my field deer visited but this was where I saw them most frequently.

New York files its brief in NYSRPA

in Of Arms and the Law at 19:49, Tuesday, 14 September

On the Supreme Court docket here. The historical discussion begins on p. 21.

Right off the top, it discusses "surety to keep the peace" statutes as if they disarmed the defendant. All the ones I've seen just bound the defendant to keep the peace for six months or a year; whether he carried arms during that time was not affected. They applied only if someone, the plaintiff, proved that the defendant had threatened him or breached his peace.

TFB Review: Primary Arms SLx 1X MicroPrism Sight with ACSS Cyclops Gen 2 ReticlePrimary Arms is known for making affordable yet durable optics that work. They have set themselves apart from the competition with their ACSS reticle. Well, now they have a new SLx 1X MicroPrism with the ACSS reticle. This new MicroPrism optic is a tiny package that works like a quality red dot. Let’s take a […]

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Nice Looking .44-40 Bullet

by Dave Markowitz in Blog O'Stuff at 15:33, Tuesday, 14 September

A couple weeks ago I placed an order for 500 .430" 215 grain RNFP bullets from Matt's Bullets. They arrived today.

L - R in the pics below: Matt’s .430 215 grain RNFP, Accurate Molds 43-215C 219 grain RNFP, Desperado Cowboy Bullets 200 grain RNFP.



Dad Joke CXIII

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 14:48, Tuesday, 14 September

When I was a kid my neighbors hired me to clean up the leaves in their yard.  I was really raking it in. 

Now I got a goal

by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 14:00, Tuesday, 14 September

Get to 61.  10 more years.  Beat that bastard, Norm.



 

“We must come to see with the distinguished jurist of yesterday that ‘justice too long delayed is justice denied.” [More]

Igeocracy is dumber than the movie.

Out of Time

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 16:22, Tuesday, 14 September

Too many things going on today, both online and in the real world -- just couldn't get to most of the tips.

I'll try to catch up, but tonight all I'm going to do is publicize my latest AmmoLand piece, coming up next. 

As Scarlett says...

POTD: Swedish Sniper with PSG 90B Rifle

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 16:30, Tuesday, 14 September

POTD: Swedish Sniper with PSG 90B RifleThe Swedish Army is looking for a New Multi-Caliber Sniper Weapon System, until then they are using the Accuracy International AI AW (PSG 90B) in 7.62×51 mm. The riflescope is usually a Schmidt & Bender 3-12×50 PMII. The Swedish rifle is the Arctic Warfare version of the British L96A1, and it was adopted in 1990. Above […]

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Hot Gat or Fudd CrapWelcome everyone to the 110th edition of ‘Hot Gat or Fudd Crap?’, one of our many series here on TFB. If you’re new to the series, this is where we look at the most obscure firearms that are actually for sale and ask the question – is this Gat a sweet deal or only has […]

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C.S. Lewis: On Living Today

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 11:22, Tuesday, 14 September

Written by CS Lewis in 1948.

“ ‘How are we to live in an atomic age?’ I am tempted to reply: Why, as you would have lived in the sixteenth century when the plague visited London almost every year, or as you would have lived in a Viking age when raiders from Scandinavia might land and cut your throat any night; or indeed, as you are already living in an age of cancer, an age of chronic pain, an age of paralysis, an age of air raids, an age of railway accidents, an age of motor accidents.

In other words, do not let us begin by exaggerating the novelty of our situation. Believe me, dear sir or madam, you and all whom you love were already sentenced to death before the atomic bomb was invented: and quite a high ...

So tell me again how a mask isn't a sign of submission. 




New York Rep. Carolyn Maloney claims to support equal rights for women. Notice how all the male and female staffers and members of the press are forced to wear masks while she does not. Some people are more equal than others. pic.twitter.com/u800ksyN7T

— Ian Miles Cheong @ stillgray.substack.com (@stillgray) September 14, 2021



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 Australian man brutally beats a policewoman as she tries to move him on while enforcing Sydney's draconian lockdown that only allows people to leave home with a 'reasonable excuse' [More]

Wait-- that's not how Women Warriors fare in  Hollywood...

I wonder how many are viewing this as a Salish epiphany...

[Via bondmen...

Off the Wall

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:29, Tuesday, 14 September

 Police say the man was looking into a bedroom window from outside and the woman inside the home got scared and grabbed a rifle. She shot several times at the suspect through the wall of the home. Police say the man was shot one time and died at the scene. [More]

This is the problem with amateurs.

President Biden tells us to shoot through the DOOR.

[Via bondmen...

Don't Touch That Dial!

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:21, Tuesday, 14 September

 

TODAY on AAR Daily Defense @dcodrea David Codrea joins Mark to catch up on current events. 4-5p ET, 1-2p PT and WATCH LIVE at https://t.co/fF8gNEYQPz pic.twitter.com/oRG33eRv2h

— Mark Walters (@aarmark) September 14, 2021

A Ploy Named Sue

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:10, Tuesday, 14 September

 To Combat Gun Violence, Mayor Lightfoot Wants To Sue Gang Members [More]

I can't wait for someone to notice who this disproportionately affects.

Forget it, Jake. It's Chi-Town.

[Via Jess]

 The FBI has fired one of the lead agents credited with thwarting a plot to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer after he was charged with beating his wife following a swingers party... [More]

Just in case you were wondering what kind of narcissistic sociopathic perverts get off on brutally dominating their countrymen...

[Via Michael G]

It's a Big Club and You Ain't In It

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:00, Tuesday, 14 September

 Documents Reveal Facebook Exempts a ‘Secret Elite’ From the Rules [More]

Well, yeah. Otherwise, they wouldn't be elites.

[Via Michael G]

According to Their Nature

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:58, Tuesday, 14 September

 Very Concerning Evidence of Vote Fraud in California Recall Election [More]

No doubt and there always has been. The very nature of Democrats is to lie, cheat and steal.

That said, with California's electorate, I cannot believe it will even be close.

[Via Michael G]

Truth in Advertising

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:49, Tuesday, 14 September

Ex-Special Forces soldier beats woman to a pulp in MMA match, hailed as hero by the left because he's trans [More]

Well, he is wearing a "wifebeater". 

You don't suppose my pronoun microagression there is worse than a real-life macroaggression, do you?

Settled Pseudoscience

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:45, Tuesday, 14 September

 Israeli Ministry of Health ... recorded saying to the Minister of Interior ... "there is no medical or epidemiological justification for the Covid passport, it is only intended to pressure the unvaccinated to vaccinate". [More]

Well, then it's settled!

An Army of One

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:39, Tuesday, 14 September

US Army O-5 Resigns Over Vaxx Mandate [More]

That's it?

I Wonder What the Founders Would Do

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:36, Tuesday, 14 September

 


I could use some Lee Greenwood about now.

Meanwhile:

America's No.1 champagne socialist AOC defends going to $35k-a-ticket Met Gala with boyfriend because her Tax the Rich dress 'sent searches about our f-ed up tax code soaring' - AND it was her 'duty as a working-class woman' [More]

Don't worry: AOC's Mom won't be affected.

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EAA Introduces the Girsan MC P35 Pistol Based on JMB's DesignFans of the legendary Browning Hi-Power semi-automatic pistol will be excited to know that EAA is introducing their new Girsan MC P35 9mm pistol. Based on the same design as the original John Moses Browning Hi-Power pistol, the P35 promises all the reliability, accuracy, and performance that the original did but in new production firearms. […]

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NordArm’s Browning M2 HMG Blank Firing Adapter

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Tuesday, 14 September

NordArm has developed a quick detachable blank firing adapter for the iconic Browning M2 .50 caliber heavy machine gun. NordArm’s blank firing adapter has a patented attachment system which requires no tools to fit and uses a clamp and ratchet system and the adapter mounts onto the gun’s barrel support. Here’s what NordArm have to […]

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You got no stinking security

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 08:23, Tuesday, 14 September

OldNFO posted a great video showing just how easy it is for someone to get your info.  The video is a live demo from Defcon, so you know it's good.

Yeah, he posted this a while back - I've been pretty busy.  And the video itself is from a few years ago, so it's not like you're any later.

And yes, I need to post more security stuff.

Dr. Walensky, Meet Dr. Schwam

by DRGO in Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership at 05:00, Tuesday, 14 September

[Ed: New CDC Director, infectious disease specialist Rochelle Walensky, MD says “I’m not here about gun control. I’m here about preventing gun violence and gun death.” She wants gun owners to “Join us in the conversation. . . I want you to teach me what you have done to make your gun safe, and then […]

Daily Mail:

Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez boasted that she boosted Google searches about ‘our f****d up tax code’ by attending the Met Gala, arguably the most elitist event in American celebrity culture, in a borrowed dress with the words ‘tax the rich’ on them, in what critics are calling yet another example of her unedifying hypocrisy.

The 31-year-old socialist firebrand attended the event with her boyfriend Riley Roberts after getting ready at The Carlyle Hotel on the...

Cajun Stroganoff

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 09:48, Tuesday, 14 September

 I'm not sure what this is, so I'm going with Cajun Stroganoff.  On a rainy Tuesday, I needed something filling and easy to fix for lunch.



Ingredients:

1.5 lbs 80/20 ground beef
Trinity (onion, bell pepper, celery, chopped fine)
2 cans cream of mushroom soup
1 pint Half and Half
1 can RoTel, drained
1 pound Velveeta cheese
1 pound egg noodles
Salt, pepper, garlic powder

Cook It!

In a Dutch oven, sauté the trinity and brown the ground beef. Drain if necessary.  Add salt, pepper, garlic powder to taste.  Add the cream of mus...

Kalashnikov Concern Introduces The AKV-521 Rifle

by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 08:00, Tuesday, 14 September

Kalashnikov Concern first showed the prototype of AKV-521 rifle in November 2020. During the ARMY-2021 exhibition, the company unveiled the final version of this rifle that has passed factory endurance testing and is ready for mass production. The main design difference from AK rifles is that AKV-521 utilizes a two-receiver layout. Kalashnikov Concern @ TFB: […]

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Jerry Miculek’s MMB (Miculek Magnetic Buffer) System

by Luke C. in The Firearm Blog at 07:00, Tuesday, 14 September

Jerry Miculek's MMB (Miculek Magnetic Buffer) SystemThere is no question that Jerry Miculek is an extremely popular and high-performing shooter. The pro shooter recently released his patent-pending Miculek Magnetic Buffer system which uses rare-earth magnetic technology to provide the end-user with better muzzle control and to dampen the recoil of the AR-15 platform. The Miculek Magnetic Buffer system is specifically designed […]

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