Sunday, 26 May

02:55

What us that white thing (the one attached to the black tube, not my Jaguar in the background).  The piece of white acetal is an adapter from the black tube that the maker of the telescope used to mount the finderscope.  (Attaching finderscopes when there is no solid telescope tube is often an interesting mechanical design.  The black aluminum tube is parallel to the optical axis and the picture below shows the maker's original design (sort of).
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Saturday, 25 May

23:55

SILENCER SATURDAY #330: Memorial Day 2024

by Pete in The Firearm Blog at 20:15, Saturday, 25 May

SILENCER SATURDAY #330: Memorial Day 2024Good afternoon everyone and welcome back to TFB’s Silencer Saturday brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine, manufacturers of the brand new YHM 338 Bad Larry Suppressor. Last week we touched on some basic suppressor metallurgy to understand the correlation between elevated heat and tensile strength. This week we pause our series in observation of […]

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14:55

It's been a busy week around the house, filled with contractors doing work, interspersed by medical appointments, and other necessary business. I was looking forward to some down time with much anticipation. There's been a bottle of Woodford Reserve Double Oaked Bourbon sitting on my shelf since a friend gifted it to me at Christmas. It was high time to open it. I selected an El Centurion  H-2K-CT by My Father Cigars to enjoy with the smooth Double Oaked.


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Quote of the Day

Every day some dullard spouts off some lame version of Joe’s idiocy, so we’re just going to get out in front of it today:

F-15s should [be] sold next to Corollas on the used car lots.

That being said, we’ll take two.

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Firearms Policy Coalition @gunpolicy
Posted May 17, 2024 on X.

One of the things I like about the FPC is their boldness.

Lyrical Naming

by Tam in View From The Porch at 10:28, Saturday, 25 May

When Toyota and General Motors, two auto manufacturers who have... deserved or not ...reputations for grey-flannel corporate stodginess, launched a joint manufacturing venture here in the U.S.A., they called it NUMMI, which is an appropriately dull and stodgy acronym.


When Mopar and Mitsubishi did likewise, a few years later, the outfit was called Diamond-Star Motors, officially a reference to Mitsubishi's triple diamond logo and Chrysler's Pentastar.

But you know that the latter name was really because some audacious dude in marketing was a Marc Bolan fan and managed to get away with it.

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…the past couple of years it has done me dirty. I mean, I know the weather and the flora haven’t changed, and I’ve always gone through Spring spells where I shouldn’t get too far from a handkerchief. So I’m assuming that it’s just another one of the joys of aging that last year and this, once the junipers get frisky I’m damned near incapacitated. I really thought last year was a fluke – until the past couple of days. Can hardly breathe. Can hardly see. Seemingly can’t sleep at all, which means I spend my afternoons in a sleep-deprived haze. Which probably isn’t aided by the fact that a measurable fraction of my blood content right now likely has a Claritin logo on it.

Anyway I’ve just been fuzzing through the past couple of days, which grieves me because – putting the wind aside – this really is my very favorite weather of the year. I’m okay early…

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WHEN HIS OWN PET MEDIA CALLS HIM A LIAR…

by Mas in at 09:00, Saturday, 25 May

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Today I took a Model 1883 Reichsrevolver out to the monthly BackUp Gun Match. This is an 1894-manufactured gun (made at the Erfurt Arsenal). It is a single action only, six-shot revolver chambered for the 10.6mm German Ordnance cartridge. The first type of Reichsrevolver was adopted by the young German Empire in 1879, with the significantly shortened model here adopted in 1883. Both models do also have manual safety levers – unusual for revolvers – but that wasn’t relevant to the match today. These revolvers were front-line German service handguns until replaced by the Luger starting in 1908.

For more details on the revolver, check out my full videos here:
Model 1879: https://youtu.be/jOI4557ioaA
Model 1883: https://youtu.be/4C72LZtJTIg

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Overheard in the Office...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:11, Saturday, 25 May

RX: "These are the people Elon Musk wants to colonize Mars with."

Me: "Funnily enough, these are the people I want Elon Musk to colonize Mars with, too."

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 On Saturday, May 4th, 2024, in an oak brush patch near his house, Ethan Daubs surprised a large boar black bear. Ethan is 23 years old. The boar climbed a tree as Daubs drew his Ruger Security 9 from his military style holster. The bear was about seven yards away. Ethan yelled at the bruin and it took off across country at speed. Ethan considered the speed of the respectful bear as it retreated through the woods. He made a policy decision. In the future, if he heard strange noises in the brush, he would draw first, evaluating as events unfolded. As Ethan tells it:

"You are far more safer to just have to put the pistol away when it was nothing, compared to having trying to get it out in a matter of life and death."

On Sunday, May 5th, 2024 Ethan was near the northern border of Colorado. He  had left camp about 7 a.m. hunting shed...

Officials said the incident unfolded after a man said he observed two individuals looking into vehicles in the parking lot.

The man allegedly went outside to confront them and then began shooting at them with an AR-15.

Authorities reported one person was shot in the leg and taken to a local hospital. At least four vehicles, including the shooter’s, were damaged by the gunfire.

Police told News 2 that the man’s AR-15 was taken as evidence. It remains unclear if the man is facing any charges.

 

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Saturday Meme Drop

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 06:30, Saturday, 25 May




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Memorial Day Weekend.

Flagler Cup, Bianchi Cup and Training

by SLG in pistol-training.com at 07:00, Saturday, 25 May

JAG and I shot the Flagler Cup last weekend, and Bianchi this past week. Flagler went well and I shot a 1914, which was good enough for second place, and one of my better match scores. First place went to AMU shooter, Chris Huddock, who shot a 1918. JAG shot a 1909 and placed High […]

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Preparedness Notes for Saturday — May 25, 2024

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:04, Saturday, 25 May

On May 25, 1720, the ship “Le Grand St Antoine” reached Marseille, bringing Europe’s last major plague outbreak. The Plague of Marseille killed around 100,000. — On May 25th, 1787, The Constitutional Convention convened in Philadelphia with George Washington presiding. The task of replacing the new American government as it had been defined by the Articles of Confederation eventually led to the United States Constitution that is so abused today. — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 112 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: The photovoltaic power specialists …

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Improving Local Security – Part 1, by Tunnel Rabbit

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:03, Saturday, 25 May

In anticipation of a worst-case scenario that is well depicted in the Bible’s book of Revelation, I fortunately relocated in 2005. I live on the edge of the wilderness in a mountainous and heavily forested part of western Montana. Simply being located in this remote region of the country, and given its terrain, greatly increases my  odds of surviving The End Times, if that is possible at all. When Will the Country Explode with Violence? The debate over a slow decline versus a fast decline is now academic. We are indeed seeing a ‘quickening’, a higher frequency of attacks on …

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Editors’ Prepping Progress

by Avalanche Lily in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:02, Saturday, 25 May

To be prepared for a crisis, every Prepper must establish goals and make both long-term and short-term plans. In this column, the SurvivalBlog editors review their week’s prep activities and planned prep activities for the coming week. These range from healthcare and gear purchases to gardening, ranch improvements, bug-out bag fine-tuning, and food storage. This is something akin to our Retreat Owner Profiles, but written incrementally and in detail, throughout the year.  We always welcome you to share your own successes and wisdom in your e-mailed letters. We post many of those — or excerpts thereof — in the Odds …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:01, Saturday, 25 May

“Fear not, O land; be glad and rejoice: for the Lord will do great things. Be not afraid, ye beasts of the field: for the pastures of the wilderness do spring, for the tree beareth her fruit, the fig tree and the vine do yield their strength. Be glad then, ye children of Zion, and rejoice in the Lord your God: for he hath given you the former rain moderately, and he will cause to come down for you the rain, the former rain, and the latter rain in the first month. And the floors shall be full of wheat, …

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Friday, 24 May

23:55

They rely on violent crime so that they have blood to dance in, to whip up mob furor among constituents ignorant and stupid enough to vote for them. [More] Why punish their constituents when they can punish you?

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And the Winners Will Be…

by admin in The War on Guns at 17:02, Friday, 24 May

However, it appears that there are sufficient numbers to call most races. The outcome is decidedly “mixed.” [More] Yep, buckle up.

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To Your Eternal Credit

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:58, Friday, 24 May

Polis signs bill to assign firearm code to gun, ammo purchases [More] FFLs need to hang “Cash is King” signs and explain why. [Via Jess]

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‘Our Democracy’

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:52, Friday, 24 May

There’s perhaps no statistic more shocking than the 69% of politically obsessed elites who think it would be better if only people with college degrees could vote. [More] Adding new relevance to the question “What’s your major?…” But that’s not ’til after, right? So what do they tell the vet who enlisted after high school … Continue reading "‘Our Democracy’"

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Proud Waves Your Banner in the Sky!

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:44, Friday, 24 May

The sound of bullets pierced the air at what should have been a momentous occasion at Skyline High School’s graduation Thursday evening, sending students and their families running for cover up in Oakland’s hills. [More] Nope, it’s nothing like this: Hey, I find that mascot racist! [Via Steve T]

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Thank a Vichycon Today

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:32, Friday, 24 May

Senate confirms 200th federal judge under Biden as Democrats surpass Trump’s pace [More] I wish someone with the resources would create a website making it easy to find Republicans who voted for confirmation so we’d know who to thank when the judge they approved screws us. [Via bondmen]

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Alito’s House Reportedly Flew ‘Appeal To Heaven’ Flag Used By Jan. 6 Rioters—Adding To Upside-Down Flag Controversy [More] It’s a pretty one-sided controversy, “real reporter” Antonio Pequeño IV, when you only reference what sets Democrats off and omit the flag’s patriotic origin and history. Just like making America great again, we dare not trigger those … Continue reading "Me, I’m Sending ‘Machine Gun Sammy’ a Threeper Flag!"

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Accidents Happen

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:15, Friday, 24 May

Jerome Corsi Exclusive: Is the Biden Administration Trying to Kill Presidential Contenders Donald J. Trump and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.? [More] Someone’s no doubt trying to figure out how they can get away with both found hanging in their cells. [Via bondmen]

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It’s Not My Yob, Man!

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:10, Friday, 24 May

“Why Should He Have to Do It?” – WOW! White House Says It’s Not Biden’s Job to Secure the Border Amid Invasion of Military-Age Men (VIDEO) [More] Meanwhile, if anyone else tries to do it, they sick the DOJ on them. [Via bondmen]

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The New Number 2

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:05, Friday, 24 May

Ann Coulter: Pick the Hillbilly, Trump [More] Vance has issues of his own but not as big as those from another name being bandied about. My biggest concern is who would replace him in the Senate. [Via bondmen]

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Now Find One Who Isn’t a Gun Grabber

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:56, Friday, 24 May

143 Democrats Voted Against Bill Barring Non-Americans Voting In DC Elections [More] Who need a “pathway to citizenship”? [Via bondmen]

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I Got Them UniParty Blues

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:43, Friday, 24 May

We talked about Klaus Schwab passing the torch. Recognize any of the torchbearers? Robert W. Malone MD (you know who he is, right?) reflects on what this means and links us to resources that shows where the tentacles reach. [Via Antigone]

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Will Subvert for Food

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:27, Friday, 24 May

Media Matters Staffers Announce Sweeping Lay Offs [More] Brock still has his criminal bodyguard, right? [Via Michael G]

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If You See Something Stifle Something

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:20, Friday, 24 May

Northwestern appears to have violated a U.S. law called the Clery Act by not taking and publishing police reports from students who say they were assaulted, battered, stolen from, or witnessed crimes committed by anti-Israel protesters on campus. Failure to do so would allow the university to report lower crime numbers and portray a false … Continue reading "If You See Something Stifle Something"

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A Right Delayed

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:12, Friday, 24 May

California already has a law currently being challenged as unconstitutional based on a 10 day waiting period. A new law that just too effect Jan 1 2024 authorizes California to extend that 10 days up to another 30 for transfers. [Watch] The bastards don’t even pretend to give “shall not be infringed” any notice. And … Continue reading "A Right Delayed"

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Ask an Expert

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:05, Friday, 24 May

‘American People are Right’: Turkish Man Details How Easy it is to Cross the Border – “Who comes into this country? They don’t know.” [More] And even the ones they know about they don’t know. Good thing this has nothing to do with that “single issue.” And I have that on good authority. [Via Michael G]

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NRA-ILA Announces Lawsuit Challenging Delaware’s New Permit-to-Purchase Law [More] Asking and paying the government for permission to exercise a right… yeah, that’s what the Founders had in mind. And that law was passed by people who put their hand on a Bible or whatever , raised the other, and swore an oath before God and … Continue reading "It Depends Upon What the Meaning of the Word ‘Infringement’ Is"

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Survey SAYS

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:52, Friday, 24 May

America’s Most Trusted News Anchors Are … [More] No wonder the rulers exhibit such hubris. No wonder their catchphrase is “our democracy”…

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GIGO

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:46, Friday, 24 May

Google’s new AI search feature has been recommending people drink urine [More] The bias is consistent with a global elitists who have been telling us to eat $h!+ for years.

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What a Difference a Year Makes

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:42, Friday, 24 May

Now: Rep. Cory [sic] Bush of MO ripped into Steve Dettelbach Director of ATF today with accusations of racism from the ATF Then: ‘You’re Saving Lives’: Cori Bush Touts ATF’s Gun Control Efforts There’s a new meme in town. [Via Jess]

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Send in the Clowns

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:35, Friday, 24 May

Told ya. Trump’s just an avatar. When they say he’s not welcome, they’re saying anyone who’s not in their tribe is not welcome. That’s the definition of an ignorant provincial bigot. And what they don’t understand, they hate.

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Meet the New Boss…

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:33, Friday, 24 May

Bob Barr Elected NRA President, Doug Hamlin Elected to Serve as NRA Executive Vice President & CEO [More] Lautenberg Bob. Funny, no comments to that effect yet.

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It’s That Time Again

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:05, Friday, 24 May

The grass is up over my ankles and we’re expecting rain over the weekend. That means if I don’t do it now it will be so high it’ll take me twice as long, and it’s already a 3+ hour job. I see no shortage of inbox tips already awaiting attention. I’ll get to what I … Continue reading "It’s That Time Again"

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Yugo AKs, Part 3. M70B1, the Workhorse from the Balkans

by Vladimir Onokoy in The Firearm Blog at 20:00, Friday, 24 May

In Part 1 of this article, I talked about the first prototypes of Yugo AKs, in Part 2 we dived into the history of M70 rifles with milled receivers. In this article, we’ll take a look at the stamped receiver M70B1 rifles. AK History @ TFB: AKs from Finland. Part 4: RK 95, The Last […]

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POTD: A Coyote’s Worst Friend - .243 Winchester + Thermion 2 LRF XL50TFB’s Photo Of The Day is kind of simplistic. Every day we present our readers with at least one photo. The subject is always a firearm of some kind, preferably with some action around it. But we’re happy with an edited still-life photo as well, and as this photo appeared in my social media flow, […]

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TFB Podcast Roundup 130: The May 24th Roundup

by Luke C. in The Firearm Blog at 19:00, Friday, 24 May

0022We’re back again with another roundup of fresh firearms-focused podcasts in TFB Podcast Roundup 130. Each week we’re bringing you a new set of podcasts from across the web that cover a wide variety of topics including gunsmithing, hunting, precision shooting, war stories, competition shooting, gun industry news, and much more. In addition, we’re also […]

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...make smoke, is a good day.




Today I took off from work and went up to my club and shot the woods walk course. It's getting overgrown so some of the targets were blocked by weeds but I still had a good time. The rifle was my "California Rifle," really a gun styled after rifles made by Slotter in Philadelphia for the California tra...

Imagine if the governor of every State in the union were banned from entering more than a tenth of the State by local governments? Good or bad? Nice or not-so-nice?

You don’t have to: look at South Dakota and see it today. According to Indian Country Today, an AmerInd (private) newspaper, South Dakota’s ninth AmerInd nation, the Flandreau Sioux Tribe, has banned South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem from entering their reservation.

South Dakota has nine tribal nations: Cheyenne River, Crow Creek, Flandreau, Lower Brule, Rosebud, Pine Ridge, Sisseton-Wahpeton, Standing Rock, and Yankton. All of them are members of the Seven Council Fires, usually known as the Great Sioux Nation. SD has more than 800,000 people: today only 8.5% are enrolled, but they have (as tribes) 12% of SD land. (Not counting any land they privately own.)

Why have they banned her? No, it isn’t because she killed a family dog. And it isn’t because she...

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We are excited to announce the launch of The Alpha Run of our M4E1 PRO Series. The Alpha Run is a special serialized run of the new Pro Series Rifles and Lowers. This marks the reintroduction of complete carbines and the first PRO rifle offering from Aero Precision. These long-awaited products were built to meet and exceed the most demanding of conditions, ensuring maximum reliability and performance.

Aero Precision PRO Series is built to meet and exceed the most demanding of conditions and give you the utmost confidence when using these parts.

The PRO Series rifles have been designed from the ground up to meet and exceed the performance limits of the most discerning builders, competitors, and professional end users. The heart of the PRO Series rifle is...

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 State v. Radowski (N.C.App. 2024):

When the application of a statute impedes conduct protected by the plain text

of the Second Amendment, it is presumptively unconstitutional. To overcome this

presumption, the State must demonstrate that its regulation is consistent with, or

analogous to, this Nation’s historical tradition of firearm regulation. The State failed

to demonstrate that regulating Defendant’s possession of firearms, which were kept

within a vehicle that was parked in the university hospital parking lot where

Defendant was seeking emergency medical care, is consistent with this Nation’s

historical tradition of firearm regulation. As an alternative ground for reversal, the

State failed to present substantial evidence that Defendant knowingly possessed a

firearm on educational property.

  

I Do Not Want to Laugh

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 13:09, Friday, 24 May

 It is so sad to watch people call Floyd George the Chosen of God who died for us all.  5/23/24 Not the Bee 5/23/24 Not the Bee with a video that has disturbing parallels to Jesus:

“George Floyd died for each and every one of us. He was God’s chosen vessel.” Things get weird at ASU as they unveil an exhibit in Floyd’s memory.

 5/22/24 Cowboy State Daily 5/22/24 Cowboy State Daily:

The out-o...

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The End is Near

by Jack Wylder in Monster Hunter Nation at 14:27, Friday, 24 May

Larry shared this on the book of faces today…- Jack

I’m nearing the end of the Saga of the Forgotten Warrior.

So I had to split the finale, Graveyard of Demons, in half because it got so damned big. The rough draft of the first book is done (I’m just waiting for a couple Hindi translations) and it is 5,000 words LONGER than Tower of Silence. 😀

So yeah, this would’ve been by far my longest book. But luckily it works out that there is a perfect logical cut off for the end. And having just read through it again… damn, I am proud of this series.

In the final scene of part 1 I get to explain something that I’ve had planned since the beginning, which totally explains why one of the major characters is the way he is, and once I explain it, the reader is going to go oh man how did I miss that? And it’s friggin’ rad. ...

hornady reloading appThe new Hornady Reloading App can serve to augment or even replace the classic thick-as-a-brick book the company has published for years.

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A New Transparent Way To Sell Guns Online: Cash For ArmsSelling guns can be quite a difficult task if you don’t have the right audience and sometimes your guns are either so expensive or so weird that finding a buyer in your local area might be next to impossible. The next logical solution might be to go to an online auction or classifieds site – […]

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Giga Idaho

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 09:00, Friday, 24 May

Quote of the Day

The Greater Idaho project is cool and all but have you heard of Giga Idaho?

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Dale Stark @DaleStarkA10
Post May 22, 2024 on X.

I am willing to listen, but I need to be convinced on this.

Via a post by Chuck Petras @Chuck_Petras.

Meme Dump...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 10:07, Friday, 24 May


Dots Don't Go Everywhere...Yet

by Tam in View From The Porch at 09:50, Friday, 24 May


I'm on record as mentioning I'm not a huge fan of the 3" J-frame, and that steel J-frames in general don't have a ton of applicability in my world.

Small revolvers fall into one of two categories in my world. Either they're a pocket/ankle gun, or they're a belt gun. For me, a 3" J-frame is too long for a pocket, and a steel-framed one is too heavy for a pocket. I've pocket-carri...

Tab Clearing...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:31, Friday, 24 May


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On May 16, 2024 Governor Greg Abbott pardoned Sgt. Daniel Perry. Perry was convicted of murder on April 7, 2023, in what many believe was a politically motivated case in Austin, Texas. During the prosecution, a police detective complained about the prosecution's bias against Daniel Perry.

On July 25, 2020, BLM protestors blocked Perry's car and beat on it. Then one of the protestors, Garrett Foster, approached Perry's car with an AK47 style rifle, and motioned for Perry to roll down his window. After he rolled down the window, Perry said he saw Foster start to raise his rifle ...

When officers arrived at the scene, they found a man with a gunshot wound. Police said the victim was in his 40s. According to police, the incident was determined as self-defense. 

Police said the shooter stayed at the scene and cooperated with investigators. They said the shooter has been released and the person in the hospital has been charged with aggravated assault.

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Memories

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 10:46, Friday, 24 May

 Entering full time active duty in 1975, I had the pleasure of serving while the Army used a series of vehicles and equipment that seemed like a good idea at the time, but turned out to be not-so-grand.  Like this abortion.


For your consideration, the M561 Gamma Goat. A six-wheel drive, semi-amphibious vehicle, it carried 1.25 tons and required a two-man crew. It was so loud that the c...

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Detonics was founded as a company in the 1970s, making high-end 1911 pistols. Their first product that really put them on the map was their 3″ micro-compact 1911; something that just wasn’t available on a production basis at the time. After the .45 Winchester Magnum cartridge was introduced in 1979, Detonics jumped at the chance to now make a higher-power .45 cartridge that would fit the 1911 magazine. Since the .45 WinMag brass was much thicker at the base than .45 ACP, Detonics was able to cut it down to ACP length (actually one millimeter longer, to prevent it from being chambered in a standard .45 ACP chamber). They then cranked up the pressure and were able to increase velocity by 30% over the original .45 – and they called the new round .451 Detonics Magnum.

Detonics made several different models of pistol in their new cartridge, both standalone guns, replacement slides for other frames, and package sets with both .45 and .451 barrels. They were never able to get an ammunition manufacturer on board though, and the .451 remained a hand loading proposition throughout its entire life. This crippled its chances at be...

New Vortex Razor UHD 8x32 & 10x32 Magnesium Chassis BinocularsWhether it’s trying to spot targets for hunting purposes or just checking out your latest groups at the range, having a high-quality set of binoculars can do a lot to ease eye strain, and help you keep your eyes on the target. Vortex is excited to introduce its latest sets of high-end binoculars with two […]

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Weekend Knowledge Dump- May 24, 2024

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 06:13, Friday, 24 May

Knowledge to make your life better. If you have some free time, check out some of these links this weekend.

 

Essential Concealed Carry Accessories

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Preparedness Notes for Friday — May 24, 2024

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:04, Friday, 24 May

On May 24, 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge—spanning the East River from Brooklyn to Manhattan Island in New York City— officially opened. It was designed by civil engineer John Augustus Roebling. — The Sporter Sale Continues!  All 16 of the remaining sporterized Pre-1899 rifles in my inventory are on sale, at Elk Creek Company. By request from several readers, I’ve extended this sale for a full week, to end on Friday, May 31st.  When I last checked, we still had sporters available chambered in: .22-250, .243 Winchester, .257 Roberts, 6.5×55 Mauser, 7×57 Mauser, .308 Winchester/7.62mm NATO,  7.62x39mm, 7.65mm Argentine Mauser, and …

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Recently, I was watching a short documentary about the history of political discourse and division in the US and it got me thinking about how the internal conflicts of the past might relate to the rampant social battles Americans are dealing with today. From early disagreements between various Founding Fathers on hot-button issues like the Sedition Act, central banking, and standing armies, to epic and disastrous conflagrations like the Civil War, America has never been “of one mind” on everything. Overall, though, the longstanding assumption is that even when we slip and fall into disarray Americans will find common ground …

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Economics & Investing For Preppers

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:02, Friday, 24 May

Here are the latest news items and commentary on current economics news, market trends, stocks, investing opportunities, and the precious metals markets. In this column, JWR also covers hedges, derivatives, and various obscura. This column emphasizes JWR’s “tangibles heavy” investing strategy and contrarian perspective. Today, we look at the market prospects for gold. Precious Metals: The new floor for spot silver seems to be around $30 USD per Troy ounce. Any time it drops lower in Western trading, the Asian traders quickly run it back up, with strong buying. o  o  o Jim Rickards: $27,000 Gold. A quote: “This analysis …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 03:01, Friday, 24 May

“You can always create a fraction by putting one variable upstairs and another variable downstairs, but that does not establish any causal relationship between them, nor does the resulting quotient have any necessary relationship to anything in the real world.” – Thomas Sowell

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Ladies came from as far away as Texas to compete at the non-intimidating Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing Screamin’ Reels tournament May 17-19, 2024 in Islamorada, FL. Hosted by the nonprofit Ladies Let’s Go Fishing Foundation (LLGF), the tournament kicked off on Friday at the Tavernier Elks Club, followed by friendly fishing competition on Saturday and Sunday out of Islamorada, FL. A total of 180 offshore and inshore fish were hooked by women fishing from private or charter boats.

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Shooting is a great sport for adults of all ages. New shooters aren’t just those in their 20s and 30s either. Older adults are discovering the benefits of hitting the range, too. Whether it’s an interest in starting a new hobby or a desire to learn how to shoot for home or personal defense, now is a great time to get started. 

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Fun Movie Friday

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 06:48, Friday, 24 May

Serenity is this week’s movie.  For all of us who loved Firefly.  They tweaked the original plot a little bit but put together a good movie as well as a cautionary tale.








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The Bolshevik’s Megaphone

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:45, Thursday, 23 May

Behar: People Who Wear MAGA Hats Should ‘Put a Swastika’ on It [More] They’re gonna ride that lie for all it’s worth. There is literally no difference between “mainstream” ABC’s message and Antifa’s. [Via bondmen]

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Aid and Comfort

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:13, Thursday, 23 May

This is my shocked face. [Via Michael G]

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We’re the Only Ones On Foot Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:08, Thursday, 23 May

Rhode Island Man Steals Cop Car After Altercation with Officer [More] If only there was some sort of car lock… They kind of assume readers know what the hell a Slingshot is… I guess I don’t get to the city enough… [Via Michael G]

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We’re the Only Ones Unqualified Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:55, Thursday, 23 May

A Cop’s Corruption Allegedly Cost an Innocent Man 2 Years of His Life. Should She Get Qualified Immunity? [More] I think she should get 10 years and then once out however long it takes to pay a civil settlement. [Via Michael G]

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The Gift That Keeps On Giving

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:45, Thursday, 23 May

Hundreds of Fast and Furious firearms have previously been traced to other shootings in Mexico. The new leak indicates hundreds more are still being found. [More] So change the subject by trying to blame major gun retailers in an attempt to do the same thing the original plot tried to do: Enact more infringements. I … Continue reading "The Gift That Keeps On Giving"

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Not Afraid to Call a JBT a JBT

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:32, Thursday, 23 May

Jim Jordan ABSOLUTELY SKEWERS ATF… FFL Closures, Targeting, & Unnecessary Killing… [Watch] You know, doing what they always do… [Via Jess]

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Missing in Action

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:57, Thursday, 23 May

SCOTUS urged to hear Mexico’s lawsuit blaming US gun makers for cartel violence – GOP AGs say ‘anti-gun activists’ trying to blame US gun manufacturers for Mexico’s bad policy choices [More] Once more I see my guy, Dave Yost, AWOL… And once more I’ll ask him why. [Via Jess]

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None Dare Call It Treason

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:46, Thursday, 23 May

It would specifically ban civilian use of armor that meets or exceeds Level 3 ballistic resistance, which protects against rifle ammunition. The proposed legislation only seeks to enforce civilian usage while allowing military and police personnel to use the armor. [More] The violence monopolists want the state to be able to disarm you and to … Continue reading "None Dare Call It Treason"

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Risky Business

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:31, Thursday, 23 May

The short version is that Oberlin College asserted that the insurers wrongfully refused to settle the case prior to trial, blaming the insurers not the college for the ultimate trial debacle… [More] I’m surprised anyone will still insure them. Those companies are quick enough to cancel gun owners. I’ve been following Oberlin happenings for a … Continue reading "Risky Business"

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Proving a Negative

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:00, Thursday, 23 May

Received via email from WarOnGuns Correspondent Scott J: Nearly every time the “news” tells you about a car wreck fatality, they tell you “they were not wearing a seat belt”. Why don’t they tell you every time a person is attacked and killed, “they were not carrying a gun”? That presumes it’s “news.”

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Rough and Tumble

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:53, Thursday, 23 May

Florida man wanted for multiple charges found hiding in a dryer [More] There’s a joke I dare not make here… [Via Jess]

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Speaking Volumes

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:39, Thursday, 23 May

“It speaks to guns in America,” said Chester Mayor Stefan Roots, who said his small city has enjoyed a period of relative calm in recent years, with violent crime on the decline. “Violence is always unpredictable. We don’t know what conditions people are under, in a city that’s impoverished like ours.” [More] Actually, Stefan, it … Continue reading "Speaking Volumes"

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How Can You Tell Scott Jackson’s Lying?

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:06, Thursday, 23 May

Judge Upholds Arkansas Town’s Bid to Block Gun Store From Opening [More] “Something for everyone,” eh? Looks like one of those artsy, trendy tourist traps ruled over by well-heeled, rope-selling useful idiots who have no idea what’s in store for the bourgeoisie… “Our kind” need not apply. Scott’s on a different mission. [Via Jess]

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Saying No to Cartel-Sanctioned Lawfare

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:04, Thursday, 23 May

The Second Amendment Foundation has filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in support of Smith & Wesson in its legal fight against the government of Mexico, which seeks to hold the American gun manufacturer liable for criminal acts of third parties in Mexico. [More] Yes, real threats from the open border directly … Continue reading "Saying No to Cartel-Sanctioned Lawfare"

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For the Children

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:42, Thursday, 23 May

We’ve all read the headlines, “Guns are the number one killer of kids in America.” Unfortunately, that headline is grossly misleading. [More] Factor out adolescent/young adult products of absent, immoral, and incompetent parenting, and then what’s it look like?

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Thank You, Captain Obvious

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:29, Thursday, 23 May

DHS Admits Border Has Been Open To Criminals And Terrorists [More] Brought to you by the same Democrats who want you disarmed. [Via bondmen]

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You Talkin’ to Me?

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:26, Thursday, 23 May

“Are you raising your eyebrows at me?” Merchan shouted at Costello. “Were you staring at me?” He sounded like a paranoid schizophrenic. A nut on the street. The psychopath in the movie Taxi Driver. [More] Is anyone under the illusion he’s anything but a Democrat apparatchik? One critique: The way this is presented with the … Continue reading "You Talkin’ to Me?"

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Follow the Money

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:14, Thursday, 23 May

“We are suing the state of Texas and we’re also suing, down the line, we’ll be suing the federal government,” Koskoff said. [More] With no deep pockets going unpicked. [Via bondmen]

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The Criminal’s Friend

by admin in The War on Guns at 15:08, Thursday, 23 May

Despite being allegedly armed with a gun and apprehended at the scene of a shooting incident, Judge David Kelly released Torres-Roman from custody. Torres-Roman already ignored a scheduled hearing on May 13. [More] It’s kind of a thing with him. [Via bondmen]

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Opening Salvos

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:49, Thursday, 23 May

Republican National Committee’s Headquarters Evacuated After Vials of Blood Addressed to Trump [More] That’s because, at heart, communist true believers are terrorists. It’ll get worse. And it will spread to houses with yard signs. [Via bondmen]

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Is The Upcoming FLUX Raider 365 Worth Looking At?

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 20:00, Thursday, 23 May

“The PDW in your pants,” FLUX Defense calls it (informally). And damn if it isn’t true. The FLUX Raider 365 is arguably the smallest and thinnest 9mm PDW available (well, it should be available next month). As a truly on-body concealable PDW, it stands out in a crowded market. In this review, we take an in-depth […]

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Royal Army Danish Soldiers - Jutland Dragoon RegimentPhoto Of The Day and we’re looking at Royal Army Danish soldiers assigned to the 2nd Armoured Infantry Battalion Jutland Dragoon Regiment, as they conduct offensive operations during Exercise Firm Stallion in Grafenwoehr Training Area, Germany on April 30, 2024. The 7th Army Training Command is the U.S. Army’s largest overseas training command. It sets […]

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Media tactics to combat homeschoolers

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 20:00, Thursday, 23 May

The education establishment is closely aligned with mainstream media, or so it appears to outside observers. Homeschooling is seen as a serious threat to the educrats and is weakening the monopoly on education in many States. Therefore, the education establishment (the educrats) and their allies have many tactics to fight against homeschooling in general and homeschoolers in particular. The mainstream media is a major ally of the establishment.

Particularly during and immediately after the COVID-19 pandemic panic, homeschooling participation has enormously increased. That was not just an upward tick: numbers continue to rise 4 years later. A combination of fear over the disease itself, coupled with the closure of in-person schooling, accelerated an existing trend. Unlike previous parental concerns over government-run, tax-funded schools, charter and private schools were also shuttered. At least for in-person, brick-and-mortar venues. (Online charter schools, like online options to assist homeschooling, enjoyed a major boost.) A constant drumbeat of news stories about predatory teachers, school shootings, transgender preferences, and ass...

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This Comedy Central Daily Show skit ripping Kamala Harris' word salads is both brutal and hilarious. pic.twitter.com/ODT5hc4Cf3

— Matt Wolking (@MattWolking) May 22, 2024

Blue State Newspeak

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 17:57, Thursday, 23 May

REPORT: Illinois bill would change "offender" to "justice-impacted individual" in state law

Illinois House Bill 4409 includes adding representation from the Illinois Department of Corrections to the Adult Redeploy Illinois oversight board

The bill has passed both the House and… pic.twitter.com/mcHEOBjARi

— Unlimited L's (@unlimited_ls) May 22, 2024

Squad Bay Barracks

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 17:19, Thursday, 23 May

 A buddy recently asked me if I had ever slept in a wooden, two-story barracks.


Yeah, I've slept in those.  For several years, with 40 of my closest friends.

I've slept in them at Riley, Knox, Polk, and Dix, that I can recall.  At Knox, as a company commander, I was personally signed for eight of those, with a supply room, a mess hall, a day room and an orderly room.  I had quite th...

Welcome back to another edition of Concealed Carry Corner. Last week, we took a look at optimal versus practical carry guns. If you happened to miss that article, be sure to click the link here to give it a read. This week, I wanted to look at a topic that often times comes up more […]

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FN MINIMI Mk3 Light Machine GunFN Hersal has a new variant of its famous FN Minimi Mk3. The new variant has a longer one-piece top rail, to be able to accommodate two optics in-line. A lot of FN Herstal’s customers have a need to mount a red dot with a magnifier, or a day optic with night vision or thermals for […]

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NICS Numbers Are Still Sky-High, But Declining

by Zac K in The Firearm Blog at 13:00, Thursday, 23 May

NICSApril's National Instant Background Check System (NICS) numbers show more than a million sales for U.S. gun buyers, but a slide from last April's numbers.

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It is Not About Safety

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 09:00, Thursday, 23 May

Quote of the Day

A new study listing Washington as the eighth most-dangerous state in the country refutes the hype from national gun control groups which give the state high marks for gun laws, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms observed.

The study, by the Simmrin Law Group, is being reported in newspapers across the Evergreen State. Yet Washington gets an “A-” on the Giffords gun control scorecard, while the Everytown for Gun Safety gun prohibition lobby group brags that Washington is “#9 in the country for gun law strength.”

“Evidently,” CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb observed, “the gun prohibition lobby is living in an alternate universe. Giving the state such high ratings probably won’t make the families of violent crime victims feel any better. We’re still waiting for anti-gunners to explain how, after almost ten years of pushing increasingly restrictive gun laws, which only penalize law-abiding citizens, the number of Evergreen State murders has more than doubled. Clamping down on gun rights was supposed to reduce murder and mayhem.

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"Vulnerabilities" meaning plural: remote code execution, ransomware danger, other cool stuff.  

The good news: you need physical access to the device (supposedly; of course these would *never* be put on the network ...).  The bad news: it's unlikely in the extreme that these devices will ever get patched.

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Making Waves

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 11:46, Thursday, 23 May

 I see that President Trump is going to the Bronx tonight, to rally and gauge the temperature.

No Republican has won the Bronx precincts in my lifetime.  This is a bold move, and you can bet that his advance team has already done some groundwork.  It will be interesting to see how he is received.

I understand that counter-organizers are on the ground as well.    Trump is poking the tiger and this may get very interesting indeed.

viridianViridian has new green dot sights that fit Taurus semi-autos, as well as a laser sight that fits the Rossi Brawler and Tuffy shotgun.

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TFB Behind the Gun #117: NRAAM 2024 Wrap-Up with HopNRAAM 2024 is all wrapped up and in the books. This year we didn’t see a whole bunch of groundbreaking releases or entirely new products but instead, we saw a lot of revival product lines. Today on the Podcast, Hop and I go over some of our observations about social media and its influence on […]

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Magpul added another crop of new items to their catalog for 2024, just like they do every year, but this time it’s not just AR stocks and grips. First up, they have a new set of grip modules for the SIG P320 to go along with their P320-compatible AMAGs. Second, Magpul joins the year of […]

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In This Episode
  • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
    • the senseless death of Senior Airman Roger Fortson in Florida by the Acorn Cop Sheriff’s Department;
    • New York’s proposed ban on striker-fired pistols;
    • the new machine guns that the ATF has allowed to enter the NFA registry;
    • the Washington Post winning a Pulitzer Prize for their propagandic hit pieces against the AR-15.
  • David talks about FOPA, the Firearms Owner Protection Act, and its dreaded Hughes Amendment;
  • and Weer’d interviews Michael Sodini of Walk the Talk America to talk about the history and scope of the organization.

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  • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
    • 2024’s NRA Board of Directors election results, and they certainly look good;
    • nearly 5 years of one-million-plus NICS checks;
    • a tenured professor’s workplace harassment over a firecracker emoji;
    • God intervening when a man attempted to shoot the pastor at a church service;
    • Maine adopting gun control in the wake of the Lewiston shooting;
    • and SCOTUS is going to review two Assault Weapon Ban cases, hopefully granting cert to one or both.
  • Finally, Weer’d finished his fisk of David Hogg’s debate with Spike Cohen.

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Yesterday was this blog’s 12th birthday. I always remember this date because May 22nd is also my oldest sister Rae’s birthday. Happy Birthday, Rae!

I didn’t have a chance to post on the day itself because I was so busy preparing for the 7th and final webinar in my series on “Ten Essential Observations on Guns in America” and also working on the launch of my book, Gun Curious, which will be published on June 1st.

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According to the FBI records the National Instant background Check System (NICS) for April, 2024, the month was the fifth highest April on record for gun sales and for background checks. The month follows a pattern which has developed over the last five years. A gradual drop of sales and background checks from the record level highs of 2020 and 2021 has become consistent. Even with the drop in sales the numbers are still at or above the "new normal" established during President Obama's second term. President Obama was given the honorary title of "The best gun salesman ever".  In the NSSF chart for gun sales by year,  you can easily compare adjusted annual sales from before 2008 and after 2008. With President Obama's election in 2008, annual gun sales bumped to record levels.

 

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According to investigators, a man came out of a soon-to-open Kings and Queens Lounge and noticed three men trying to get into his red Cadillac SUV, which was parked under the Downtown Connector overpass. 

"The owner of the vehicle confronted the males and an exchange of gunfire happened," Atlanta Police Department Homicide Commander Lt. Andrew Smith said.

Police say the owner of the vehicle and the three men were all shot in the gunfight.

 

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The home is near Northeast 23rd Street and Kelley. The homeowner woke up to his dog barking, police say, and found two people in his home.

The suspects, a man and a woman, had broken into the home. The homeowner confronted the suspects, and a suspect and the homeowner began shooting at each other, police say.

Police do not know who started firing first, and do not think anyone was injured at the scene.

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Until we catch up, Lorelei.

by Unknown in Home on the Range at 10:21, Thursday, 23 May

Lorelei W. (Wigglebutt) Johnson 

5/7/2013 - 5/22/2024 


We said our goodbyes in the backyard with Dr. Maura. A high wind came up last night, no rain, or thunder, just a mighty wind that blew all night and, in the morning, there were no cicadas in our yard. So, we set up a picnic basket full of “chimkin,” treats, cheese, and yogurt in t...

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