Monday, 29 May


Your reads for today

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 13:24, Monday, 29 May

Divemedic reminds us that not all service deaths were combat deaths. Juvat reminds us that not all service deaths were service members.

Enjoy your day but spare a thought for these heroes.

UPDATE 29 MAY 2023 13:23: Dwight takes a day off from his regular fare of obits and which sports coach got fired, to remind us of combat casualties as well.  Remember their stories.

A Day to Remember

by DRGO in Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership at 11:43, Monday, 29 May

[Ed: First appearing on DRGO 4 years ago, we repost this piece yearly.] Memorial Day has now come for the 55th time since it was officially proclaimed in 1967. It has been kept nationwide, though unofficially, since World War II, and as Decoration Day since 1868.  It was born in spontaneous memorials early during the Civil […]


Markley’s Law Monday

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 09:00, Monday, 29 May

Quote of the Day

Cool, because you need an automatic weapon…FFS give it a rest with your replacement for a dick. Seriously all I hear from all your arguments is “I have a micropenis and substitute my guns to feel better”.

Patrick Scannelli @PScannelli
Tweeted on February 9, 2023

It’s not only another Markley’s Law Monday, it is another science denier!

Apparently Mr. Scannelli is unable to understand facts and reason and maps rational thought into sexual prowess. I cannot imagine what an empty life someone must lead if they cannot understand even basic science.

Memorial Day 2023

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:06, Monday, 29 May




 Link to Youtube video from WBALTV 


During spring of 2023, J'den McAdory, in Maryland, has been openly carrying a long gun in protest over Governor (D) Moore's push for infringements on Second Amendment rights. For weeks, maybe months, people ignored J'den's protests. WBALTV interviewed McAdory, the governor responded, and called McAdory's brave protests an "act of cowardice". Whatever else is true, for a young man to stand against the entire state apparattis in Maryland and assert his First and Second Amendmen...

The homeowner, Bob Grafft, said his daughter let their dog out late Thursday night, while he was sleeping. According to CSPD, three masked suspects entered a home through the open backdoor while the daughter was with the dog.

Grafft said two suspects went downstairs to the basement while the other, with a sawed-off shotgun, went to the bedroom. When his daughter, Lisa, realized people were in the home, she grabbed a gun.

Grafft said he was awakened by his daughter telling the suspect with the shotgun to get out or she will shoot him. When the suspect ran, Lisa shot him in the shoulder, according to Grafft.

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Memorial Day II

by Drang in The Clue Meter at 09:49, Monday, 29 May


Law and Liberty on Memorial Day: Remembering the American Character at War

Memorial Day

by Drang in The Clue Meter at 09:37, Monday, 29 May


In Memoriam

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:02, Monday, 29 May

Have a contemplative Memorial Day. [More] May we be worthy…

During the Russo-Japanese War, the Japanese government helped smuggle arms to potential revolutionaries in Russia, in hopes of provoking a domestic crisis that would divert Russia military force form the war. This included a plot to buy many thousands of surplus Vetterli rifles (as well as C96 Mausers, Webley revolvers, and a few other odds and ends) and ship them to St Petersburg. The Japanese provided the freighter SS John Grafton, and it loaded up the weapons in Copenhagen.

The first plan was to unload a few guns in Helsinki and take the rest to St Petersburg; this was scrapped when the ships intended to help unload failed to appear at the scheduled rendezvous. A new plan was formed to drop all the guns in Finland, and the Grafton headed north into the Gulf of Bothnia. When it went to start unloading at Pietarsaari, it...

More Range Time

by David in Musings Over a Barrel at 09:36, Monday, 29 May

I love the Spring days when it's warm but not yet humid, and the sun is bright but it's not scorching. On such afternoons the range beckons. And I try to answer, as I did right before the holiday weekend.

For this particular range trip, I brought along two different target options to create some variety in the "stand and shoot." In addition to the usual paper IDPA practice target, I used the ...


 I quit smoking cigarettes 10 years ago today (observed)


Today is a day that is not about hot dogs and cookouts, but about honoring and remembering those who gave their lives and who give their service to this country and to the ideals of freedom and to the proposition that all men are created equal.  So today I remember the honored military who gave their all and try to be worthy of that sacrifice.

Seven Things You Don’t Know About Body Armor

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 07:00, Monday, 29 May


Memorial Day

by David in Musings Over a Barrel at 07:00, Monday, 29 May

On this last Monday in May, Americans stop to remember and honor those who made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our nation. It is their sacrifices that helped to preserve the freedoms we value and enjoy today. Sadly, there are too many people in our country who take freedom for granted, or even naively despise the blessings of liberty. As we pause to remember our lost heroes, may we also vow to be steadfast in our opposition of those who wish to destroy that which has been so hard won.

As you enjoy time with family and friends on this Memorial Day, take a moment to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Their sacrifice keeps this Nation great.



Preparedness Notes for Monday — May 29, 2023

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:05, Monday, 29 May

Today, Memorial Day, is a day of solemn remembrance in the U.S. of the many who have given their all for our freedoms. We always thank those who are serving in our military and their families who have also made sacrifices, but today most of all we want to honor those who gave their lives. — Today’s feature article is a review authored by SurvivalBlog Field Gear Editor Thomas Christianson.

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Buck 110 Slim Hunter, by Tom Christianson

by Thomas Christianson in at 03:04, Monday, 29 May

Back in the days of my youth, when a hunter headed out to the field, he usually carried a fixed-blade sheath knife on his belt. The one serious exception was the Buck 110 folder. Someone carrying a Buck 110 in a leather belt pouch was considered just as well equipped as someone who was carrying a fixed-blade knife. The classic Buck 110 is still available today. May it always be so. But there is also a variant of that classic design that has been updated for easier pocket carry. It has a thinner, synthetic handle and a pocket clip. It …

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Recipe of the Week: Jen’s DIY Trail Snack Bars

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:03, Monday, 29 May

The following cold-mix recipe for Do-It-Yourself Trail Snack Bars is from SurvivalBlog reader Jen B. She says:  “This recipe requires no heat. It sure beats paying for expensive Lara Bars or Clif Bars, and I have the comfort of knowing exactly what is in them. This recipe can be doubled.” Ingredients 1 cup pitted dates 1 cup quick-cooking oats 1¼ cups crisp rice cereal ¼ cup coarsely chopped peanuts 2 tablespoons ground flaxseed ½ teaspoon (0.5 teaspoon) ground cinnamon 1/8 teaspoon of salt (Use less or none if you are on a low-salt diet.) ½ cup creamy-style peanut butter ⅓ …

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Economics & Investing For Preppers

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:02, Monday, 29 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. Most of these items are from JWR’s “tangibles heavy” contrarian perspective. Today, some coverage of the turn in the real estate market. (See the Tangibles Investing section.) Precious Metals: Egon von Greyerz, over at Gold’s Key Indicator. o  o  o Gold Stocks Still Undervalued. Economy & Finance: From CNBC: Mortgage demand drops again as rates cross back over 7%. o  o  o In the Market: Why …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:01, Monday, 29 May

“Political correctness is communist propaganda writ small. In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people are forced to remain silent when they are being told the most obvious lies, or even worse when they are forced to repeat the lies themselves, they lose once and for all their sense of probity. To assent to obvious lies is in some small way to become evil oneself. One’s standing …

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[VETS] The Mobile Cigar Lounge

by Tom Marshall in Recoil at 10:13, Monday, 29 May



A glimmer of hope for Seattle?

Bland is back? In Seattle the fiery far left is barely on the ballot

It appears the revolution has petered out.

Or maybe it’s just on pause. But Seattle’s great civic experiment of the past decade, dabbing in socialism and far-left progressive experiments in public policy, is all but a no-show in the current City Council campaigns.

It wasn’t long ago that candidates for public office here would routinely declare things like, “We’re going to make Seattle the most progressive city in America.” The campaigns were movements, centered around first-in-the-nation policy ideas involving wages, tenant law, anti-corporate campaign finance measures or such utopian fantasies as completely abolishing the police.

Seattle became one of the only cities to elect a real-deal socialist, of the type that wants to end capitalism — the outgoing Socialist Alternative Councilmember, Kshama Sawant.

Now candidates are talking about potholes. Building sidewalks. Hiring more cops. Fixing st...

Sunday, 28 May


A Whole Wheat Loaf

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 20:17, Sunday, 28 May

The first one came out misshapen and dense.  Whole wheat is Course 2.  I had it at Course 1.  This came out pretty and tasty.

I have also concluded that calcium propionate should replace 1/4 of the salt, not 1/3.  At 1/3, the flavor is not quite right.

Renton May2023 USPSA Open Division 1st Place

by lokeuei in Gunbot! at 21:35, Sunday, 28 May

Government stupidity is paid for by real people

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 20:00, Sunday, 28 May

It appears that Arizona is facing a water crisis. It has many facets, but here are some that are worth considering, both for people in Arizona and elsewhere. This is the case even if the FedGov-pressured grand agreement between Arizona and a half dozen other States actually goes into effect. (And if you believe that agreement will really solve anything, I assume you also believe the GOP debt-limit proposal will save the nation.)

But back to water in Arizona.

A Saudi company is leasing thousands of acres of State land and buying up thousands more of private farmland in the southwestern Arizona, along the Colorado River Valley and several tributary streams. That is desert… The Saudis appear to have unlimited rights to pump everything they can (if we believe CBS) and use it to grow alfalfa. Which is then shipped to Arabia to feed to milk cows. Why? Because it is illegal to grow alfalfa in Arabia because it requires so much...


TV network slammed for airing a 15-person orgy: ‘I can’t believe this is on’

I wasn’t aware of a social etiquette rule about the number of people at an orgy. So, is a 14-person orgy okay and 15 is not? Who makes these crazy rules anyway?

This is weird:

Previous evidence suggests that living at higher altitudes leads to longer life spans for humans. Scientists at Harvard Medical School wanted to know why.

In a study released this week of mice, evidence found restricting oxygen flow led to significantly longer lifespans. Researchers placed mice into two chambers. One set of mice was in a chamber with normal oxygen levels; another set was in a section with an oxygen level equivalent to Mount Everest’s. The mice employed in the study generally have short life spans.

The group of mice with their oxygen restricted lived, on average, 24 weeks, compared to 16 weeks for those who experienced normal oxygen levels. Harvard Medical School also found the maximum lifespan for mice with oxygen restriction was about 30% longer.

The researchers also noted that oxygen-restricted mice preserved neurologic function longer.

In 2011,...

Study shows farms on decline, posing risks to future food supply

The world’s farms are disappearing.

A new study out of the University of Colorado, Boulder found that the number of farms globally will shrink in half by the end of the century.

“The most striking finding that comes out of this work is that globally…we’ll see a tipping point from farm creation to farm consolidation,” said Zia Mehrabi, an assistant professor at the University of Colorado, Boulder and author of the study.

Why is this happening? One reason, the study mentions, is because there are not enough people to do farm work as people move from rural areas to cities.

The research also mentions the average existing farm will double in size by the end of the century.

My family has been farming on South Road in Clearwater county for almost 130 years. That will end in a few years when my brothers retire. The land will probably be rented to one or more younger farmers giving them larger ...

Interesting point:

In many ways, America is already broken apart. When secession is portrayed in its strictest sense, as a group of people declaring independence and taking a portion of a nation as they depart, the discussion is myopic, and current acts of exit hide in plain sight. When it comes to secession, the question is not just “What if?” but “What now?”

I’m not sure I even have a reasonable guess to answers for the questions posed.

I could possibly see the Federal government collapsing due to the debt crisis and no individual states claiming responsibility. But that is about it. And then what happens? Do the Federal Assets get auctioned off to the highest bidders to pay off some fraction of the national debt?

It’s a big mess.

Watching YouTube video about SE Portland residents upset about homeless encampment in their subdivision.  That none of these homeless people defecating on their lawns and intimidating them in their driveways and none of these people wake up shot to death shows how strongly middle class values are surviving.  I suspect in the wealthy progressive neighborhoods ( if police allowed this) the results would be ugly 

My Father’s War

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 18:03, Sunday, 28 May

My father (on the left, wearing jacket & tie, holding the large envelope), aged 26, was the oldest in this group of Marine Corps volunteers from Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania, September 1942, so he was put in charge.



Memorial Day

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 18:00, Sunday, 28 May

All of my grandparents’ sons and one daughter, now all departed, served.

Joseph Zincavage (1907-1998) Navy
(No wartime photograph available, but he’s sitting on a Henderson Motorcycle in this one.)


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Online Ammo Bank

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 13:58, Sunday, 28 May

This is a little different:

AmmoSquared Addresses Growing Demand for Alternative Assets

Nampa, ID – AmmoSquared Inc., the pioneer in online ammunition backed holdings, is answering the call from consumers seeking non-traditional ways to diversify their assets. The company offers a unique service by allowing customers to accumulate and store physical ammunition holdings off-site, providing an innovative way for individuals to build and protect tangible wealth while hedging against economic uncertainties.

As the global economy faces unprecedented challenges, many individuals are turning away from traditional asset accounts that can be vulnerable to fiat currency shocks such as stocks, bonds, and money market accounts. AmmoSquared’s ammunition-backed digital wallet offers a new approach for those concerned about the declining value of fiat currencies and the risks as...

Y'all have a nice enjoyable weekend. While sun bathing, grilling and boozing though, please remember to say at least one prayer for, or take some time to solemnly think about, those for whom we celebrate Memorial Day - those in our military service who lost their lives defending our Constitution, our nation and her people during war. Never forget their contribution to our nation, in fact to each of us, it was the ultimate sacrifice. 🇺🇸

One Man's Trash...

by Glenn B in BALLSEYE'S BOOMERS at 15:48, Sunday, 28 May

...can is another man's treasure nostalgia. I have been watching reruns of American Pickers and am up to Season 22 Episode 2. Mike & Jersey Jon were rummaging around in a 300 year old farm's barn when Mike comes across an old Galvanized steel trash can. He mentions it but does not buy it.
 I would have bought it. When I was a kid, and well into my twenties, I used to help take out the trash for my great-grandparents who owned three 6 family apartment houses. My great- grandparents had a live in helper, Franz Weber, who was like family. When they got a bunch of newer light weight cans, they kept one of the old ones. It was very much like if not exactly like the one Mik3jie finds in the barn. That older heavier trash can was a challenge for me to haul up the cellar stairs to put outside within the confines of the front fence & gate. It took a beating over the years but as it was much sturdier than the new ones, it outlasted some of them. 

The can on American picke...


Automotif CCCLXXVI...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 10:57, Sunday, 28 May

The lack of "455" badges would indicate that this 1971 Fire Red ragtop is a base GS 350.

For 1971 the 4bbl small-block Buick 350 in the GS had its compression reduced from 10.25:1 to 8.5:1, although it still had a functional cold air intake and dual exhausts. For that model year, General Motors ad copy quoted both SAE gross and net horsepower figures, and the GS 350's mill was rated at 260 and 195 bhp,...

5/26/23 NBC News:

"Marijuana linked to mental health risks in young adults, growing evidence shows
New research, involving millions of people worldwide over decades, adds to worries that heavy use of high-potency cannabis could exacerbate the mental health crisis in the U.S."

We went to Staples.

Made in Vietnam.  I am beginning to see a pattern of relatively simple manufactured goods coming from Vietnam not China.  Buy from your enemy's enemies.
We've been trying to make the most of this 3-day holiday weekend -- at least before the expected rain kicks in Sunday evening and Monday. This is a weekend we avoid shopping, taking trips, and even the calls from work will slow. Side thought, why is rain on Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends such standard fare in Virginia? 

Saturday morning we spent some time grooming the 20+ year old Japanese Maple tree in front of our house. We planted the then small ornamental not too long after we moved in. At the time it seemed an extravagant purchase (it was) but it's provided a lot of enjoyment and aesthetics for a couple of decades now. It had accumulated a lot of dead branches and was looking a little dull as a result. The grooming brightened the display.



Quote of the Day

This history of gun control is exceptionally ugly. Dating back to the colonial times in the 1600s in the New World, and before that in Europe and elsewhere, gun control was used to disarm various minority groups to leave them open to terror, oppression, and exploitation. Slaves, freed slaves, Native Americans/Indigenous Peoples as well as Catholics and others were targeted by colonial authorities and the early states with explicit gun control measures to keep them obedient and in line. These SAME laws are NOW being used to by gun control advocates to advocate for gun control TODAY. Gun control advocates are using the very existence of these laws as a legal basis to show that there is a “historical tradition” within the United States and preceding colonies as a claim to bolster the constitutionality of gun control today.

Keith Preston
May 27, 2023
(PROOF) RACIST History Of Gun Control Colonies + Early States [Part 1]

It should not surprise anyone that the gun control advocates of today a...


by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:51, Sunday, 28 May

Got a couple internet marketing guys in my email inbox, inquiring about the "article publishing fee" on the blog.

When I don't reply to their cold emails...because why would I?...they send a series of increasingly miffed-sounding followups, demanding to know the cost of posting an article for their client here on VFTP. (Well, they never refer to the blog by its name, only by its URL. They're somewhere in Lahore or Mumbai or Jakarta. They don't actually read the blog; they're just doing cut-rate web marketing for a third party.)

There's no point in replying "Bro, you can't write in my diary," so I just keep round-filing their emails until they take the hint.

Sometimes it can take a while.


Tomorrow is Memorial Day, a day for reflection on those who gave everything they had and everything they would ever...

A 911 call came in to Gaston County Communications around 10:45 p.m. Thursday. The caller said a man was trying to break into the home and that another person inside the home fired shots. 

Responding officers found Jones outside the home near the front door suffering from at least one gunshot wound. Jones was taken to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead. 

A Gastonia Police spokesman said that the preliminary investigation indicates Jones arrived at the home armed with a handgun, confronted a man at the front door and was then shot by him.

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Sunday Meme Drop

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 06:30, Sunday, 28 May


Sunday Mornng Dawg

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 06:00, Sunday, 28 May


In his chair in the shop.  I checked his breathing.  He's still alive.


I am going to try and get my appointment with the surgeon moved up from the 8th.  Fatigue is becoming more severe.  

If TECAB or MIDCAB (minimally invasive direct coronary arteries bypass) are not available or the wait for one of the places out of area is more than a few weeks, cuttinf the sternum is the only way.  I do not want to be this fatigued for months on end, and the increased risk of the LAD or circumflex arteries occluding to infarction is not something to have.  CABG in an emergency setting is way worse than planned 

Preparedness Notes for Sunday — May 28, 2023

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:04, Sunday, 28 May

On May 28, 1804 Napoleon Bonaparte proclaimed the establishment of the French Empire. — Today is the birthday of the late Major General Victor Joseph Hugo, Jr. (28 May 1931 – 11 May 2020.) — Our feature article for today was selected by JWR. It was written by our friend Hubert Moolman, of South Africa.

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We are in the midst of a system bank run, which is in the greater sense really a bank run on the United States of America, the issuer of the reserve currency of the world. The nations that are providing her with credit are increasingly viewing her as a greater credit risk, and this is reflected in the increase in interest rates on her treasury bonds. Her banking system is under pressure and this is likely to intensify until something much bigger breaks. The recent significant bank runs (or collapse) would not have been a surprise to those who have …

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JWR’s Meme Of The Week:

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:02, Sunday, 28 May

The latest meme created by JWR: Meme Text: Venn Diagram: Somehow We Ended Up Here In The Middle Still Expected To Pay Taxes And TEOTWAWKI Note From JWR: Do you have a meme idea? Just e-mail me the concept, and I’ll try to assemble it. And if it is posted then I’ll give you credit. Thanks!

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:01, Sunday, 28 May

“Behold, what manner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us, that we should be called the sons of God: therefore the world knoweth us not, because it knew him not. Beloved, now are we the sons of God, and it doth not yet appear what we shall be: but we know that, when he shall appear, we shall be like him; for we shall see him as he is. And every man that hath this hope in him purifieth himself, even as he is pure. Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the …

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I had the privilege of meeting Becky Halstead, Brig Gen. Ret., US Army, at Gunsite Academy earlier this year. Becky is the first female who graduated from West Point to earn the rank of Brigadier General. We spent a few days on the range together – and to be honest, I think we competed a little against each other on the shooting range because we are both by nature competitive. (In fact, she won the marksmanship challenge 50/45 and I won the quick-draw-on-the-target challenge by .2 of a second compared to her time.)  We spent the last evening among newfound friends in Phoenix, at dinner, reflecting on the week and promising to keep in touch. 



The End of the Romans

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 00:36, Sunday, 28 May

As usual, a fascinating PBS Secrets of the Dead documentary "The End of the Romans." It explores the role that climate change played in the collapse of the Roman Empire.  If you have taken my Western Civ class you know that the Roman Climatic Optimum was a very warm period that roughly coincides with the high point of classical civilization.  The cooling that ends it causes central Asian nomads to play bumper cars with other tribes, sending the Goths pleading for Roman protection in the 4th century AD.  

This documentary uses dendochronology and ice cores to demonstrate that the Roman Climatic Optimum was real.  They also examine the role that the two big plagues (one of them bubonic) play in the fall of the Empire and the really unexpected volcanic disasters starting in 536, when an Icelandic volcano made the Sun as bright as the Moon for 18 months.  No, this was not good for crops.  Then there were several other eruptions elsewhere over the next decade that just kept the hits coming.

Anyway, well worth watching on Amazon Prime.  I wonder how many of the self-satisfied PBS watchers saw this and scr...


by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 00:49, Sunday, 28 May

I don’t know what the visuals have to do with the song, it’s just the only video I could find with the right audio. Happens to be my favorite Leslie Fish song.

Saturday, 27 May


Earlier this month I posted that #1 Grand Daughter was in the Miss USA Teen Rhode Island pageant.  Well tonight was the first night.

Wowzer.  She gets her good looks from her Mom, who gets them from The Queen Of The World.  No mystery there.

Dang, my son-in-law the Chief really needs a shotgun.  Longtime reader LindaG suggested that this song might be appropriate:

So help me out, Rhode Island readers - where's a good gun store up there?  I'd ask for a local gun store but c'mon - everything is local in Rhody.  OldAFSarge, I expect you're my go-to guy up there.

(Help us, Obi-Wan OldAFSarge.  You're our only hope!)

… and government.

The following headline appeared at Breitbart on 17 May 2023 (Wednesday).



Asian gal from S.F.  She moved here because even on a six-figure income she was never going to buy a house; she felt unsafe out and about: her landlord decided to raise her rent because she was working as a dog watcher, and he wanted some of the profit; and someone tried to steal her catalytic converter.  She is also pleàsed to be in a pro-gun state and best of all, not need to carry.

That French Bread Recope

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 17:28, Saturday, 27 May

A couple of y'all asked about Belle's French Bread recipe, and here is where she found it.  The YouTube channel is called the Wyse Guide, and a printable recipe is in the description under the video.  You'll have to watch it on YouTube to get the description and the printable recipe.

Bon apetit!


5/26/23 ABC News:

"Two members of a climate activist group were arrested and charged Friday for allegedly defacing an art exhibit at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., during a protest last month.

"Timothy Martin of North Carolina, and Joanna Smith of New York, both 53, surrendered to authorities after they were indicted on conspiracy to commit an offense against the United States and injury to a National Gallery of Art exhibit, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia."

I am not particularly an art aficionado, although seeing Vermeer's View of Delft is on my bucket list, but the most likely allies of these sort of eco-fanatics are people who spend a lot of time in art galleries and opera houses.&...

My big boy…

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 14:04, Saturday, 27 May

I was just reading some two-year-old posts about when Tobie came to live with me, since it’s been almost exactly two years. Came upon the story of how he told me he wanted his own bed…

Generous Reader MM promptly donated a bigger bed, which was a big hit with Tobie. We had one of those problems-I-didn’t-even-know-w...

From the Nordstream Tapestry

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 16:02, Saturday, 27 May

Optics on Sturmgewehrs: Was This Really A Thing?

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 09:27, Friday, 26 May

We regularly see the MP43/44/StG44 portrayed with an optical sight (a ZF-4). But was this really something that the German Army actually issued? Well, in a word…no.

The first iteration of the Sturmgewehr, the MKb-42(H), was designed to potentially fit a ZF-41 long eye relief optic on its rear sight tower. A few of these setups were made during testing, but he General Staff dislike the mount and wanted something more solid.

The next iteration was a test in September and October 1943 comparing the new ZF-4 optic on the MP43/1 and the G43. The same type of mount was used for both rifles, and the MP43/1 had a stamped mounting rail spot welded to the right side of its receiver. However, it performed quite poorly in testing – much worse than the G43. The MP43 accuracy was awful (about 11 MOA on average), the optic was useless in bursts, and...


by Pete in The Firearm Blog at 15:59, Saturday, 27 May

SILENCER SATURDAY: SacrificeGood evening everyone and welcome back to TFB’s Silencer Saturday brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine, manufacturers of the new YHM Turbo T3 5.56 rifle suppressor. Last week we brought you a review of the AAC Ranger 7 rifle suppressor. We are pausing our Silencer Saturday series this week for the Memorial Day holiday […]

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This is Memorial Day weekend.  It's not "have a nice barbecue" weekend, although that would be a fine thing to do and nobody would blame you for it.  It's also not "thank a veteran" weekend, although nobody would blame you for that, either.  But that day is in November, not May.

This weekend is to remember those who never made it home from war.  So raise a cold one in toast to them at your barbecue.  As the Statler Brothers put it so well, they're not just names on a wall.

More Than A Name On A Wall (Songwriters: Jimmy Fortune, John Rimel)

M1 Garand History Overview

John Cantius Garand a Canadian-born inventor had his design adopted by the US Arms factory Springfield Armory in 1936 as the standard US Infantry Rifle. 1937 through 1940 Springfield Armory was mass producing and working out all of the bugs for the M1 Garand. The peak of the war brought the US Government to solicit Winchester to also start making the M1 Garand. Together Springfield Armory and Winchester produced WWII Garands to the tune of 4Million rifles produced.


Kicking Off The Long Weekend

by David in Musings Over a Barrel at 10:54, Saturday, 27 May

It seems the longest weeks are the ones leading up to a long weekend. But finally Friday arrived and preparations for the evening got underway. I finished the lawn maintenance chores early, and prepped the fire pit before dinner. 

I was looking forward trying out the Calumet Farm 10 Year Bourbon I had picked up a few weeks ago. That, along with a Padrón 1926 Serie 9 Natural were set in place, so once the fire got going the sipping and smoking commenced. 


Quote of the Day

For ANY firearm to be legal in New Jersey, it must now meet two criteria established by this law:

1) the firearm must be imprinted with a serial number; and

2) the serial number must be registered with a federally licensed manufacturer.

Under these requirements, the following types of firearms are now banned in New Jersey with no grandfathering or exceptions:

1) All pre-1968 rifles, shotguns, and handguns without serial numbers. Warning: Prior to 1968, there was no federal law requiring guns to have serial numbers.

2) All modern rifles, shotguns, pistols, and revolvers with serial numbers, but are not registered with a federally licensed manufacturer. This would include most modern imported rifles, shotguns, pistols, and revolvers, plus foreign firearms, and military surplus firearms from countries around the world, if these companies were not federally licensed manufacturers (e.g., Lugers, P-38s, Mausers, Arisakas, Enfields, SKSs, Carcanos, Webleys, Norincos, Mosins, etc.).

3) All BB guns without serial numbers. New ...

Automotif CCCLXXV...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:08, Saturday, 27 May

Here's a car born of intramural rivalry at General Motors. In 1964, John DeLorean and the gang at Pontiac introduced the GTO as an option package for the midsize Tempest LeMans, replacing the 326 cubic inch V-8 normally found in the midsize model with the 389cid motor from the full-size Bonneville.

Oldsmobile, the next brand up in General Motors' internal hierarchy, saw all those sweet,...

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WXYZ) — A 77-year-old Ann Arbor man is counting his blessings after he scared off a home intruder.


On Wednesday however, he rose to the occasion when he heard what sounded like someone trying to open his screen door.

"Came out to investigate the noise on the patio door. A guy had come through the kitchen window, over the sink and was turned toward me about 15 feet," Craig said.

Craig said he yelled at the guy and then pulled out his gun.

"I got off one shot at him. I hope I scared him, but I missed him," Craig said.

Craig may have missed him, but he has a sneaking suspicion the suspect might be a little sore.

"This window frame is broken where he pried under here and forced it up — that's where he came in,” Craig said.

He said the suspect escaped the same way he came in.

"He went out headfirst," Craig said with a chuckle.



Study Finds

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 07:34, Saturday, 27 May

 A new study finds that left-wing extremists have psychological issues.

Left-wing extremism is linked to toxic, psychopathic tendencies and narcissism, according to a new study published to the peer-reviewed journal Current Psychology.

In layman's terms: They're crazy. 

Bianchi Cup

by SLG in at 08:06, Saturday, 27 May

After many years of watching from the sidelines, I finally shot my first Bianchi Cup! Congratulations to Bruce Piatt for winning the cup! He was shooting in open division, which is pretty much the only way to win overall. Unlike USPSA, all divisions compete heads up at Bianchi. While Bianchi recognizes wins in other divisions, […]


by Mas in at 09:00, Saturday, 27 May


Slovenia’s Specialized Bullpup: the F2000S

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 09:27, Saturday, 27 May

When the Slovenian Army decided to adopt a new infantry rifle in the mid-2000s, the Arex Defense company decided to submit the F-2000 into the trials. The H&K G36 was widely expected to be the winner, but Arex had already been involved in making F2000 parts as a subcontractor for FN, and wanted a chance at a domestic-production rifle for Slovenia.

The one major hurdle was that the Army tender required the rifle to have a carry handle, which the F2000 does not. At the request of Arex, FN agreed to design a version of the rifle with such a feature, but balked at the extremely tight time frame required. So instead, Arex made their own new upper receiver for the F2000, with an elevated picatinny optics rail and a carry handle beneath. This was entered into the rifle trials and ended up winning. A contract for 6500 of the guns was issued, and they were d...

The Ultimate Beretta 1301 vs. A300 Patrol Review

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 09:00, Saturday, 27 May

This video is the ULTIMATE Beretta 1301 versus Beretta A300 Patrol comparison. In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves answers this burning “1301 or A300” question with the help of three experts: famed shooter and gunsmith Ernest Langdon, the notorious second-generation shotgun instructor Matt Haught, and Ben Grundwerg, a clever Beretta Product Manager who helped […]

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Saturday Meme Drop

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 06:30, Saturday, 27 May



The most famous is “Never go in against a Sicilian when death is on the line.” But only slightly less well known is this:

“When your gigantic bag of free food has been replaced with a mousetrap, don’t stick your head in it!”


“Oh yeah. I can do that now.”

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 14:14, Thursday, 25 May

Never fails: May is my favorite month but sooner or later some species of amorous plant is going to get my nose streaming. And here’s me out of any real antihistamine, and Monday four days away…Wait!

I can do this now! And finding m...

“Who run Bartertown?”

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 10:55, Thursday, 25 May

Oh, there’s something in the air and it’s got my nose running day and night. All last week was rainy, and now it has turned clear and hot. Something’s spreading pollen and it has gone straight to my sinuses. Surprised I got as much sleep as I did, but I’m up for chores this morning.

Get some laundry going…


And there it goes again.

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 20:04, Monday, 22 May

I sometimes wonder if the managers of the crappy little food store in the crappy little desert town nearest where I live have even bothered to quantify how much of what ought to be their business they’ve driven to the Safeway in the biggish town about 35 miles away.


Preparedness Notes for Saturday — May 27, 2023

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:04, Saturday, 27 May

On May 27, 1941, the British Navy sank the German battleship Bismarck. American author and lecturer Julia Ward Howe, who was best known for Battle Hymn of the Republic, was born on May 27, 1819. And on May 27, 1813, former President Thomas Jefferson wrote former President John Adams about the loss of their mutual friend, Dr. Benjamin Rush. Reflecting upon the loss, Jefferson wrote, “We too must go; and that ere long. I believe we are under half a dozen at present; I mean the signers of the Declaration.” — A video with some great news: Breaking: ATF’s Pistol …

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American Genocide: The Eugenics Solution Promoted by Socialists

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:03, Saturday, 27 May

In this essay, I’d like to expose the eugenics movement for its genocidal evil and racism. The leadership of the 20th-century eugenics organizations was mostly led by wealthy socialists. Rather than re-hashing all of the detailed history of the eugenics movement here in this article, I encourage my readers to watch this documentary film: The Eugenics Crusade. The film was produced by the leftist PBS, so it has a bias that soft-pedals the strong influence of American and European socialists in the movement. But regardless, the documentary shows the insidious evil of eugenics. Herein, I will provide just a few …

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Editors’ Prepping Progress

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:02, Saturday, 27 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 ‘n …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in at 03:01, Saturday, 27 May

“The Lord reigneth; let the people tremble: he sitteth between the cherubims; let the earth be moved. The Lord is great in Zion; and he is high above all the people. Let them praise thy great and terrible name; for it is holy. The king’s strength also loveth judgment; thou dost establish equity, thou executest judgment and righteousness in Jacob. Exalt ye the Lord our God, and worship at his footstool; for he is holy. Moses and Aaron among his priests, and Samuel among them that call upon his name; they called upon the Lord, and he answered them. He …

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Negative Electrical Prices

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 00:39, Saturday, 27 May

This interesting:

Electricity prices in Finland flipped negative — a huge oversupply of clean, hydroelectric power meant suppliers were almost giving it away

Finland was dealing with an unusual problem on Wednesday: clean electricity that was so abundant it sent energy prices into the negative.

While much of Europe was facing an energy crisis, the Nordic country reported that its spot energy prices dropped below zero before noon.

This meant that the average energy price for the day was “slightly” below zero, Jukka Ruusunen, the CEO of Finland’s grid operator, Fingrid, told the Finnish public broadcaster Yle.

In practice, it doesn’t appear any ordinary Finns are being paid to consume electricity. People pay a markup on t...

Friday, 26 May


This place is turning into San Jose without the crime.  Traffic jams, long waits for restaurants and medical care, summer heat and brushfire smoke.

I saw this house and it is very attractive.  My wife and I want to live in a forest with dark skies and the illusion that there are miles to the nearest people.  To my pleasure, while winters are just as cold and snowy as Boise, summers are milder, seldom above mid-80s, perhaps because of lower elevation.  Property taxes are lower along with house prices.

Can we learn any lessons from the past?

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 21:03, Friday, 26 May

Publisher’s note: A rapid trip, 400 miles each way plus “ion-and’around” an area of the West new to us, both delayed postings and triggers these thoughts.

The Wind River Basin of Central Wyoming is one of the great beautiful places in the State. It is a wonderful mixture of lush mountains, rivers and canyons, grazing and irrigated cropland, beautiful lakes, desert, and opportunity.

It is not nearly as well known as it should be, in a State full of natural and human-made wonders.

But it is also the home of a sad story of government stupidity. A story which should teach everyone important lessons about how governments conspire and just plain cooperate to make life miserable for thousands and millions of people. For generations.

Because it is also the location of the Wind River Indian Reservation.

There are many reservations with multiple tribal nations. Often those are kindred tribes, long-time allies, and voluntarily agreed between two or more nations/tribes.

That is not the case in Wind River.

Here there are two very different people. First are the East...


by USCitizen in Traction Control at 20:06, Friday, 26 May


Chevy engine firing order.



by USCitizen in Traction Control at 19:46, Friday, 26 May




My article Precision Rifle Series: Gas Gun vs Bolt Action – Which is better? created quite a stir, which of course was part of the intention. In the next competition, I had to eat my own words, as I did an all time low ever. The compensator on my JP Rifles unturned itself, and it […]

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POTD: Italian Combat Team – Leoni Company

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 19:30, Friday, 26 May

Italian Combat Team - Leoni CompanyWelcome to another Photo Of The Day! Today’s selection features the hard work of the NATO enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group Latvia, during exercise Spring Storm in the town of Kadrina in Estonia. For Exercise SRPING STORM the Battle Group’s Italian Combat Team Leoni Company is tasked as enemy force and has successfully occupied the […]

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Lately, I have been on a thermal device kick. Last week we took a close look at a BAE RED-I which allows the user to remotely view a video signal in a wearable microdisplay HUD. It was used with thermal weapon sights like the PAS-13. Well, today we take a look at an older PAS-21 […]

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Pising Away Friday

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 17:27, Friday, 26 May

 I didn't start an engine today.  Not a lawnmower, nor automotive.  I piddled around in the shop for a while, but really didn't do anything of substance.  I basically pissed away the day.  But, I'm retired and I can get away with that occasionally.

Belle started playing with a recipe that she found on the interubes, and over the course of a couple of hours, came up with what she says is a really simple French bread recipe.  She gave me a little taste when it came out of the oven, and OhmyGod.  It's good.  Buttery, with a nice crust, and very light on the inside.

Tomorrow, we're hosting the club for our Monthly Match, so I'll be busy for most of the day.

The Association is talking about different match formats, and we will try one out tomorrow.  It caps the number of shots n an individual bout to 13 shots.  Many matches are over in five shots, but sometimes they tend to go longer.   We'll try it with the club tomorrow and see how everyone likes it.

I think we'll be okay.

Have a safe and fun holiday. Remember the reason.


[ This content originated at Musings Over a Barrel ]


Dining on the Titanic

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 13:47, Friday, 26 May

I do like this guy's vlogs.  These recipes sound yummy - even the one from 3rd class.  I'd eat that.

This one from 2nd class sounds yummy.  You'd pay big bucks for this at a good French restaurant.  At one point in my life I had a big cookbook on sauces, and I'd be shocked if it hadn't had a recipe for Sauce Lyonaise.  But ten courses at dinner?  Oof.

Yeah, I'd eat that, too.

Of course, the best was reserved for 1st class.  Oddly, this seems awfully fussy.  I don't think I'd want to make it.  I don't mind Chartreusse an...

 In Indianapolis, a 'Youth Carnival' is being put on by Indy Pride and Indiana Youth Group (both alphabet mafia groups).

But here's the kicker:  parents are not allowed on premises BUT per the registration form, they include adults from ages 18-20 under the banner of 'youths' so they can attend. I'm pretty sure that even same-sex sexual activity is still counted as statutory rape, by the by.

Regarding the exclusion of parents, O’Haillin-Berne said that although parents “are invited to participate in alternative activities … , we do not allow parents on site for safety concerns.”

These safety concerns derived from a “general sociopolitical climate” that is “inhospitable and hostile to LGBTQ+ children,” she said, and could “cause psychological and physical harm to queer youth.” 

Here's the registration form.  Please to note the activities such as meeting 'drag queen royalty' and the plethora of pronouns to choose from.


Len Savage sent ATF parts of an unassembled firearm, ATF returned a completed gun. [More] Is it paranoia if they’re really out to get you?

Adventures in Baselessness

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:42, Friday, 26 May

Maricopa County accepted over 4,000 federal-only race ballots in 2020 without US citizenship proof [More] So there’s nothing to see here, right? Right…? [Via TM]

Unleash the Sting of the New Bond Arms Honey B with B6 GripsBond Arms is well known for their Stinger series of compact derringers that offer everything from the shootablity and fun of 22LR all the way up to defensive cartridges like 9mm. These compact derringers are often most well known for having a bit of a sting when it comes to shooting some of the larger […]

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Dillon M134D Miniguns for Swedish Amphibious Battalion 2030The Swedish Defense Materiel Works (FMV) has signed a framework agreement with Equipnor AB, for Dillon M134D Miniguns for Sweden’s amphibious battalions. The gun is electrically powered and can fire 3,000 rounds of 7.62mm per minute, providing a higher probability of hitting targets and achieving local fire superiority in a short time. The framework agreement […]

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