I am told that it is being mentioned by KBSU, but not the speakers. If you know anyone who is pro-gun and not nine sheets to the wind in conspiracy theories or general nuttiness, it would be nice if the audience wasn't 99% gun control advocates glaring at me and calling me a murderer. The CNN Town Hall after Parkland was either something of a setup, or our side did not know to show up.
Feb. 4, 6-8pm, Cinder Winery, 107 E 44th St, Garden City, ID 83714.
The case is In re Carlstrom, handled by Ev Nappen. It's a good illustration of how arbitrary permit schemes can be.
The applicant is a security guard, assigned to AMC Theaters. He submitted an application for a carry permit, with "three endorsements to his good character and behavior, certificates indicating the completion of several firearms training and safety courses, the employment application for his security guard position, and a certified letter of need from the director of operations at Global Security Services," which noted that he had to protect large amounts of cash and "movie theatres have been included in Homeland Security documents and press releases as "soft targets" for terrorism and have been in the news on several occasions recently for episodes of firearms- related violence, necessitating an armed presence."
His police chief approved the application, but the trial court (which issues the permits) rejected that, finding that the NJ law requires proof of an "urgent necessity for protection of self or others" and he had not specified any previous...
S.W.O.R.D. International Has Big Brass…Catchers New for 2020 from S.W.O.R.D. is a humungous brass catcher that can fit their Mk18 Mod 1 Mjölnir chambered in .300 Norma mag, .338 Norma Magnum, and .338 Lapua Magnum. The first thing to catch my eye when I walked by their booth, their new brass catcher sits under a […]
Zev Technologies is a premier high-end firearms manufacturer of handgun and rifle components. In the past years, Zev has released its own line of ZEV OZ9 pistols and this year at shot they have improved their 2020 lineup by offering a couple of new variations for their OZ-9C Pistol and components. [SHOT 2020] Zev Technologies 2020 […]
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So they’ll go after violations for other rights, but where the Second Amendment is concerned, state entities can do as they please without fear of federal checks? Even though infringements directly affect the “security of a free State” by disarming the citizen Militia? [More]It's past time the Second Amendment was treated consistently by the DOJ -- especially since preventing deprivation of rights, that is, "secur[ing] the Blessings of Liberty," is a mandated prerequisite for "consent of the governe...
For those familiar with X Products, you’ll know that they come out with a combination of innovative, useful and fun products for the firearms industry. X Products was at SHOT 2020 showing off their pressurized and unpressurized flamethrowers, drum magazines, their famous Can Cannon. New This year is the X Products Fore, an AR-15 Compatible […]
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This year Steyr upgraded their hunting rifle line with different finishes, chamberings, and styles such as a Mannlicher walnut stock addition. These are aimed at the ‘Blue Collar’ customer to get an affordable rifle out in the field. On the Steyr AUG end of things, Steyr partnered with a local company in Austria to bring […]
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This year’s SHOT Show was the first to have models representing all three of the US Army’s Next Generation Squad Weapon program prototypes. While SIG had actual prototypes on display (which TFB got our first look at back in September at DSEI 2019) both Textron and General Dynamics had models on display at their partner booths. […]
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Barrett is bringing their multi-caliber MK22 ASR entry to the US civilian market! The rifle will come with three interchangeable barrels and a complete kit that shooters can purchase through their distributor. The MK 22 is significant because it won the latest round of SOCOM rifle trials, concluding in December 2019. ««« GUN AND GEAR […]
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So maybe I should bend a principle and vote Trump after all. If only to wipe that look off Don Lemon’s face…
Somebody ought to tell these very smart people that this is not how you persuade people to your point of view.
"Everytown to spend $60 Million on 2020 elections"
Wow! That's the same amount Wayne LaPierre is gonna grift out of the NRA membership to line his own pockets this year, too.
I wanted something savory on a rainy Monday. Peppers and sausage.
...why we red-necked, knuckle-dragging, gun-hugging, bible-thumping, cousin-humping, racist, sexist, misogynist, homophobic, Islamophobic Neanderthals with low sloping foreheads won't vote Democrat?
These guys do:
Wait until November. Who'll be laughing then?
(Via Breitbart News)
I've mostly refrained (I think) from commenting on the Bernie Sanders campaign workers' constant stream of "eat the rich" videos, at least here. The latest one to have surfaced is this one, where at least they aren't immediately loading us onto the boxcars.
If you haven't seen them, the rest are on YouTube and a lot of other places on the Intertubz. You might want to watch them.
Full Interview with Holocaust Survivor, Theodore Haas - Holocaust Survivor Denounces Anti-Gun Movement [More]
The 2020 pre-session anti gun bills are now available. There are no real surprises. [More]There'll be plenty of time for those after we've disarmed you!
Nearly 4,500 people were found with guns at security checkpoints in 2019, leading to TSA firearm confiscations, setting a new record. [More]That's a lot of dumb@$$ people. That said, before the antis all start shrieking, it sounds worse than it is when you consider practically no one had evil intent and that "Every day, the FAA's Air Traffic Organization (ATO) provides service to more than ... 2.7 million airline passengers..."
Model Second Amendment Resolution for Counties or State Legislatures [More]
is how it's often put at GFZ; the apparent answer is 'because they can't help themselves'.
On Monday, after receiving messages of support and sympathy over the post, most of which were retweeted by the surgeon, Sakran deleted the post.
The anti-gun rights activist told The Baltimore Sun that he was advised by authorities to delete the post and to cease publicly talking about the alleged threat.
According to The Post Millennial, Fairfax County Police claims they never offered Mr. Sakran such advice, nor has the surgeon filed a police report over the alleged threat.
“The Post Millennial reached out to Fairfax County Police, the local law enforcement jurisdiction surrounding Fairfa...
As China once again is in the news – thanks to the coronavirus and the recent Phase I trade deal – let us look at that empire a bit more.
China is increasingly becoming THE bugbear of American politicians and brass-hats (Pentagon political “soldiers”). Dozens of specialty news outlets, and a few mainstream media outlets, push the threat that China presents to the FedGov, the Fifty States, and world economy and peace.
I have, for years, viewed China as an evolving but still Marxist state, molded by the murders and tyranny of Mao and his successors. Together with traditional Chinese culture and morals, and with a surprising amount of ingenuity, it has survived nearly three decades longer than its parent, the Soviet Union.
But now, I wonder… and my understanding is changing.
The impetus for this comes from several scholars and writers. One is Peter Zeihen, a geopolitical observer and student of history. The other is George Gilder, a “future guru” and now with Agora (and Laissez Faire).
I’ll talk about George Gilder first. He offers an interesting view o...
Having just gotten into shotguns with a new Beretta 1301 Comp, they have released a new, improved version.
The two suspects in this downtown shooting have been arrested 44 times with 20 convictions and 21 times with 15 convictions. Marquise Tolbert, the one with 20 convictions, had three felonies last year alone. You tell me how someone with three felonies in 2019 is walking around free and able to engage in a shootout that kills a woman and injures a bunch of other people, including a 9-year-old kid. Both Tolbert and William Tolliver, the other suspect, are just 24 years old. They both have previously been arrested and charged with drive-by shootings and unlawful possession of a firearm in 2018. So the courts knew full well that these were gun-toting gang members. Why did our justice system let them walk free? Why do we place criminals above law-abiding citizens?
A second amendment victory: IL Supreme Court: Misdemeanor convictions shouldn’t preclude gun ownership forever
He’d kind of disappeared for a while. But he has returned to saying dumb things. Apparently, gun control was invented centuries ago by trans-gendered people. Or something.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives is nearing a milestone of closing its last remaining data center and moving all of its data and applications to the cloud.
By the end of the fiscal year, ATF wants to have all of its users transitioned over to a new commercial cloud environment and plans to close down the data center and repurpose it for office space, bureau CTO Mason McDaniel told FedScoop.
What could possibly go wrong?
NJT: The time to prep is not DURING the panic.
I too noticed that Amazon was out earlier in the week. It became an issue for me because I used all of mine up cleaning up fire extinguisher media. Ordinarily, I keep a box or two at the house. It’s not too late. I noticed today that the local Lowe’s had cases of them. I guess people go to Amazon first.
The Daily Mail: Prince Charles flew 16,000 miles in just 11 days using three private jets and one helicopter before proudly posing with Greta Thunberg in Davos
Hypocritical environmentalist is the new normal.
And another: CNN’s Don Lemon and guests mock Trump supporters as uneducated and illiterate
The dumbest man on TV, who once asked if a black hole sucked up a missing plane, is making fun of the ignorant? For the record, the reporter was the one who couldn’t identify Ukraine on a map. Lemon’s lack of self awareness isn’t new.
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Marcolmar is bringing a couple new variants of their CETME-L reproduction rifles to market this year, specifically optics equipped rifles such as the SUSAT version that saw service with Spanish Marines. They also have a CETME-LV with folding stock that comes in both pinned barrel and SBR versions. The pinned barrel has a faux muzzle […]
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Biden continued, “So, the idea we’re gonna cut the defense budget significantly, we can cut it some, but we don’t need standing armies, we need to be smarter than we’re dealing now into how we handle this.”And there's video showing him make a fool of himself. Splendid Isolation points out that he will not be able to enforce gun bans without a standing army. Perhaps Biden does not understand the words he uses. And this is the supposed responsible adult of the Democrats?
The American citizen should have the right to keep and bear arms equal to that of the Army infantryman or the Marine rifleman. [Watch]Tennessee is getting a state rifle?
‘National Coalition for Gun Control Australia’ Paid by the Same People Who Stop Reduction Burning. [More]
HATE HOAX: Anti-Gun Trauma Surgeon Panics After Getting Exposed, Deletes His Fake ‘Death Threat’ Tweets – Then Lies About His Contact with Fairfax Police! [More]
This strategy helped stop murders, prosecutors say. But Kansas City police killed it [More]
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Every retail store in Japan, from supermarkets and electronics stores to 100yen shops and secondhand thriftstores, have their own theme song and jingle which they play on repeat in their stores, and sometimes supermarkets have jingles for specific seasonal dinner plates in attempt to brainwash customers.
There is also a truck which circles through Shibuya and nearby areas blasting an annoying recording of women singing high pitched and off-key, adverti...
Kalashnikov USA had a number of different offerings this year, everything from an all-American 7.62x39mm AKM rifle to competition entries from Decedent Arms who are putting their competition modifications to the AK-patterned platforms. Probably the most important point that readers are interested in is the 7.62x39mm AKM that Kalashnikov is putting out, in addition to […]
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In the precision rifle world, B&T industries is well known for their top quality bipods, monopod and rail accessories. Starting with their monopod and moving to their V8 series then the PSR (to meet the needs of the similarly named USSOCOM rifle project) more recently the Cal and now the SUPER Cal B&T are not […]
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Walking through the Wednesday Pop-Up showcase is always a mixed bag. Most of the booths are things that would not warrant a full display at SHOT. I do, however, enjoy heading up there and looking for the diamonds in rough. I think this year Rapid Stop Tourniquet was my favorite find. As an instructor for […]
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Walther’s 9x19mm Q4 SF steel-framed handgun is based on their earlier Q5 Match, except with an optics-ready plate that allows users to mount an optic of their choice to the handgun. The pistol is intended as a carry version of the Q5 which was received with much fanfare last year but many requested that a […]
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He uses the word “little” as a verbal bludgeon, as in his frequent repetition of the phrase “hypocritical little nitwit.”
The purpose of using the word that way is to belittle: literally, to make little. When someone is depicted as “little,” for a moment he might appear (to the flamer) to have become smaller and less threatening. When the flamer is hooked on such talk, it seems likely to me he has revealed that he’s afraid of something — and he has to make the thing that frightens him into a small, harmless, even ludicrous object. But it doesn’t work; he has to go on doing this kind of thing because he can’t stop being afraid. He’s doing it to you today; he’ll do it to another guy tomorrow. (Each time, he’ll think it is a victory for him; in fact it does nothing for him — he’s just a little slow to realize it <g>)
Back in the days when I was very anti-gun, I tended to think of “gun nuts” as drooling, knuckle-dragging morons. Cavemen. Uneducated. Beer-drinking slobs who could barely read and who probably beat up their wives a lot. Maybe they were even all closet Nazis, eh? Etc., etc., etc. It was an image that came instantly to mind. I w...
This was the first draft of the first chapter of my second book Saving Grace a Story of Adoption. I posted it today for the daughter of an author friend who is dealing with some challenges right now. Saving Grace got few reviews but it actually sold more copies than The Book of Barkley, which as of Jan of this year was still a best seller in the UK, almost 6 years after printing. Saving Grace was a deeply personal book, and probably not for everyone but it speaks to anyone that's had to give up on something dearly loved in order to save a life.
She would not have noticed the town that first time, but for the speed trap. It was a two-lane shortcut to the interstate heading north, a sign that says 50 mph and then almost immediately after, one that s...
A compelling legal argument from professor Alan Dershowitz on the legal standard for impeachment. It's an hour, but if you enjoy a vigorous legal argument, well worth the time.
As I understand the argument, it boils down to simply that an impeachment is based on a crime as defined in law. What Trump may have done might be despicable, but not a crime defined in law. All the rest are political arguments that can be made for consideration at the ballot box, but those acts don't rise to the level of an impeachable offense.
I thought the Democrats could be reasoned with. I was wrong. [More]
Some of us understand full well that what’s at stake is existential and that if we fall, history shows us what we can expect. [More]
A strong, vibrant membership continues to support the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and its mission. RMEF ended 2019 maintaining an all-time high of more than 234,000* members.
“Simply put, we could not do what we do without our dedicated members, volunteers and partners,” said Kyle Weaver, RMEF president and CEO. “We are grateful to maintain the strength and momentum of a membershi...
"SHOT Show’s greatest strength is also it’s curse: Practically everyone in the firearms industry goes to the show, which makes it a “can’t miss” event for people whose livelihood depends on the business of guns. But because the show is only five days long, it means there is always a lot of work to do in a very short period of time. SHOT Show means that everyone is in one place, at one time. However, that time is very short, and the place is rather large."Kevin Creighton at Ammoman's School of Guns blog has a pretty cool explanation of the business of SHOT Show, told through the lens of a photo essay he did following Julie Golob around for a day. Julie works as hard as anybody in this business, so it's a great illustration. Go check it out.
I'm not going to lie, from an entertaining television standpoint, the biggest letdown of the entire impeachment process is that there is absolutely zero chance of seeing Donald Trump getting questioned under oath.
You know it would be funny because the guy can't go off script for two sentences without reflexively telling a whopper. He's a chaos imp; he just blithely makes up his reality as he goes. It'd be like watching an attorney tearing their hair out trying to cross-examine this kid.
I was saddened to read of the death from leukemia of Clayton Christensen. He wrote a very influential book titled The Innovator's Dilemma that I posted about years ago:
Clayton Christensen wrote the single most terrifying business book I've ever read. In The Innovator's Dilemma, he says that it's obvious why badly-managed companies go out of business (they're badly managed, duh). He asks a very interesting question: why do well-managed companies go out of b...
If you drive a car, I’ll tax the street.
If you try to sit, I’ll tax your seat.
If you get too cold, I’ll tax the heat.
If you take a walk, I’ll tax your feet.
‘Cause I’m the taxman, yeah, I’m the taxman.
The taxman is at his very worst in New...
Kerfuffle is a word that could have been engineered just for this dustup. WaPo Union Condemns Management for Suspending Reporter Over Kobe Tweet. If you’re living under a rock, maybe you don’t know that Kobe Bryant, and a bunch of other people including his 13-year-old daughter, died in a helicopter crash. So the intertubes have […]
He ended up being shot. RCSD: Man went to Irmo home threatening to shoot ex-girlfriend and her family, shot by homeowner. Joseph James Harkless, the suspect, went through a break up with his girlfriend earlier in the day Saturday. He then threatened to shoot her and her family, deputies said Officials say Harkless went to […]
How is this possible? They should pass a law outlawing guns, or something. Oh, wait… Boy playing on Xbox was forced to duck when bullets sprayed above his head as gunman blasted home. A family ‘feared for their lives’ as a gunman blasted shots at their home on two occasions in the same day in […]
Well probably not the last word, but I love the image. Sic Semper Tyrannis. The MSM was anticipating the violence like your puppy waiting for you to come home from work so he can anoint your shoes with the wee-wee of joy. And it didn’t happen. And of course Virginia passed even more draconian gun […]
Is the G36 a great rifle unfairly maligned? Or is it mealy and inaccurate? Let’s look at the question, and find out what was really going on with the Great G36 Controversy.
Building a FrankenGlock:
It’s sized like a G19. Next one should go much smoother. I had several work stoppages because I didn’t order a part. This also probably cost me a bit more than it should have just due to the shipping. Live and learn.
I may have just grabbed a Zev OZ9C instead but the C wasn’t out when I ordered the parts.
For years Christensen Arms has been known for their high end ultralight rifles. The high price tag attached to these rifles is usually what separated them from the rest of the consumer market. Christensen looks to change that, and showcased a variety of new rifles and handguns at SHOT 2020 with incredibly appealing price tags […]
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Franklin Armory is coming out with a Binary trigger for the Ruger 10/22 platform. The trigger will have ambidextrous controls with a safe, semi, and binary option, allowing shooters to fire a round when the trigger is pressed and then another round when the trigger is depressed from the trigger reset position. The selector is […]
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In this episode of TFBTV, James discusses the PSA JAKL with Palmetto State Armory. The JAKL is essentially a bufferless AR-15 featuring a monolithic upper, a non-reciprocating charging handle and a folding brace. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» PLEASE check out our Patreon and Subscribe Star pages if you enjoy our program, and consider […]
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Springfield Armory is bringing their Hellcat to market, a striker-fired handgun that comes in both optics ready and optics dedicated platforms with the Shield red dot sight. Optic-equipped handguns have slowly been taking mainstream handguns by storm and this is certainly a major step forward with one of the larger handgun companies introducing a complete […]
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The time to prep is not DURING the panic.
You ordered mask a few days ago? Well, good for you! You beat the crowd They aren't available on Amazon now. TOO LATE FOR THE REST OF YOU.
Which may be good. Them masks are probably made in China anyway. Shoulda got your BEFORE the Umbrella Corporation in China had that containment breach of the Dos Equis Virus, or whatever it's called.
No, you need to get ahead of the panic. Ammo and canned good are still plentiful. Now. This week. Too late to get a gun, legally, in Maryland. By the time your paperwork goes through we'll be Beyond Thunderdome as the Kung Flu death rate continues to grow more than geometrically.
After the ammo is gone, terlet paper (or phone books), and coffee beans and/or peppercorns. No for you, you use thems as currency. Gold wedding bands. You can bribe checkpoint guards with those. Don't bribe with a gold coin. If you got one gold coin, that means you have more, and they will look for it. But who has two wedding bands?
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After I turned 70 and later retired from competitive shooting, I knew I needed to find ways to keep my body in shape and my mind sharp.
I cannot ignore the facts. I am getting old. I have turned 73 last Christmas. However, we all can take steps to try to stave off physical and mental deterioration. Learning something new is a great way to do this. It stimulates your brain, and, if the activity is physical, encourages you to stay in shape.
With that in mind, I started taking shotgun classes earlier last year.
I signed up for a shotgun class at the Women’s Leadership Forum Summit last September in San Antonio, Texas, and I wanted to gain practice ahead of time. Knowing the summit class was coming up motivated me to begin building my skills....
[Ed: Dr. Petrocelli plans to write Virginia state legislators along these lines about the perversions inherent in Red Flag laws. This is a good example of necessary citizen involvement with otherwise clueless and self-absorbed government representatives.] I am writing to you to ask that you consider the following information before taking action on any so-called […]
I swung by Holosun’s Industry Range Day and SHOT Show Floor booths to take a look at and try out their newest products. Much of their pistol red dot optic line has undergone small revamps and the flagship products are their new HE509 and HE508 V2. Most of their revamped models now have a convenient […]
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Caught the corona virus apparently (insert dad joke about him drinking too many Coronas):
It continually blows my mind how manufacturing guns doesn’t seem to be slowing down at all. I guess there are new kids that are growing up every day though, who don’t alr...
By far the best thing at the SHOT 2020 NRA booth was the small display of historic concealed carry weapons suitably concealed at the rear of the booth, behind the recruitment desks. The interesting historic weapons are drawn from the NRA firearms museums’ collections. The weapons range from stylish but deadly cane guns to weird […]
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There are very few empires left on this planet. I count three, to be precise; some might have a total of five. Those are the FedGov (USA), India, and China. Some would add France and Russia. All of those are, their predecessors (or earlier versions of themselves) in the process of falling, as happened during and after the First and Second World Wars.
Indeed, they jockey for position, as if it were a race. Right now, it seems that China may be the quickest to succumb.
Given that I’ve already discussed the geopolitical reasons that China is (a) an empire, and (b) in great danger of collapse, why am I again beating this drum?
In a word: coronavirus. For the latest panic-magnifying results, read the Daily Mail article. A brief summary: although admitting only a couple of thousand cases of the illness and 81 or so dead, the government’s “transparency” and truth is suspect. Some observers report at least 90,000 cases. And with video and photos showing shrouded dead bodies...
Heh. White Guilt at 28°F: $50,176 a Year. Concordia University in Moorhead, Minnesota, versus Florida Gulf Coast University on the beach at Sanibel. 28° or 70°? Which would you pick? I can’t imagine that a degree from Concordia has so much more prestige than an FGCU diploma that you’d spend an extra $80,000 to send […]
Every year, during the SHOT Show days, Rifle Dynamics hold their own event, the RD Open House. This year I was lucky to be able to attend it and in this article, I’ll tell you about the newly released and prototype Rifle Dynamics products as well as some really interesting builds displayed during the event. […]
'Penis Man' Graffiti Artist Arrested by '25 Heavily Armed SWAT Officers' [More]
Virginia Delegate Embarrasses Himself With His Definition of an 'Assault Weapon' [More]
In this episode of TFBTV, James talks with Rachel at Kimber about the new Kimber Evo SP Select series of 9mm striker fired handguns, which will start at just $599 MSRP. Per Kimber: “The EVO SP SELECT is the workhorse of the EVO SP family. Designed for the EDC purist, this model offers all of […]
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Wraithworks unveiled a first-ever for the US market. A Scorpion EVO 9mm Magazine compatible AR-9 pattern pistol. The new WARSCORP9 as Wraithworks calls it is the first in the USA made to feed from the already available Scorpion Evo magazines. In addition, Wraithwroks has teamed up with X Products to ship their 50 round capacity […]
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The latest addition to the Black Aces Tactical shotgun line is called The Bullpup Pump – a fairly self-explanatory name. This 12 gauge shotgun is based on a Turkish magazine-fed bullpup semi-auto shotgun converted by Black Aces Tactical into a spring-assisted pump-action gun. I had a chance to shoulder this shotgun, work the action and manipulate […]
GEMTECH Suppressors has announced their newest silencer — the Modular Lunar 9. The modular Lunar 9 allows end users to convert it from a full size 7″ configuration to a shorter 4.7″ configuration while remaining hearing safe. GEMTECH Modular Lunar 9 Lane Tobiassen, President, had this to say following the launch: There are a growing […]
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CHICKEN WIRE - Britain’s worst KFC installs WIRE FENCES at counters after staff are attacked [More]
More Heavy Metal that doesn’t involve the Death Metal, Death Growl? Okay. So Delain, one of my favorite Symphonic Metal groups, is publishing a new album in February and have released a couple of singles ahead of the album. Delain is the collaboration of soprano Charlotte Wessels and keyboardist Martijn Westerholt. I’m not really sure […]
SIG Sauer came out for Shot Show swinging with their new Cross rifle and P210 Carry option. In recent years, SIG has been bringing back the P210 in different variations whether its the Target, Standard or Carry size. The new Cross rifle is another example of SIG stepping out and going in a different direction […]
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In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves visits the Kimber booth at SHOT Show 2020 to see Kimber’s newest carry 9mm pistols, the Micro 9 Triari and the Micro 9 Raptor. Check this video to see more coverage from SHOT. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» PLEASE check out our Patreon and Subscribe Star pages […]
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I don’t even always mind people disagreeing with me when they’re in a position to enforce their opinions with cops and courts, because I don’t know everything and I’m not really all that smart.
But I do object to someone displaying absolute ignorance, at length, in confident and scholarly tones – to the audible mirth of his better-informed audience – learning nothing from what should be an utterly humiliating experience, and then casting votes locking his idiocy into enforceable law. Enforceable, let us not forget, with the very guns he claims to be saving his victims from.
This goes on too long but I urge your patient endurance: This is one of your rulers, your clear moral better, cheerfully and obliviously telling you what’s good for you and how you’re going to get it good and hard despite his not knowing one single thing about the subject.
Our Missouri grandson, Louis, woks on an itinerant crew, maintaining cell towers. They work all over a four-or-five state area, and he let us know that he would be passing through town. In a crew cab dually, pulling a 32-foot gooseneck.
We live on a parish (county) road off of a major state highway. Our road feeds several subdivisions, so while it's bot really busy, the traffic is regular. When Louis got here, his crew tried to back that trailer into the driveway in front of our ship, and promptly pu the truck into a ditch, high-centered, stuck. Completely blocking the road.
I heard them stick it and walked outside to survey the problem. Yep, it was stuck. That truck wasn't going anywhere without help, and they had managed to block my truck in so that I couldn't get out to help them. But, I was not worried. We live in redneck-central, and I knw that someone would be along shortly.
Sure enough, inside of five minutes a guy pulled u in a one-ton crew truck, asking if we needed help. He needed to get past us, and we needed to get the truck out o the ditch, and in just a minute, he had tu...
The child rapists did not believe that their actions were wrong under Islamic law. And they weren’t.
The Manchester City Council and the GMP just accepted this reality as they have accepted it so often. They buried the minutes, shut down the investigation, and walked away from the screams of the girls.
They did it for multiculturalism, integration, and community relations. They did it for social justice.
We know that no real action was taken because the girls were troubled. They didn’t matter. And their bodies and lives could be sacrificed for the greater good.
The real tragedy is not that the rapists didn’t understand it was wrong. It’s that the UK no longer does.
Several of you have asked for mine. I have none at the moment but am working on a revised questionnaire to define my criteria for a "thumbs up."
In the meantime, WarOnGuns Correspondent Andy M sends his:
They all say the right things to questions on the 2A and claim to be stalwarts of gun rights, but how will those who seek your approval answer these questions intended to ferret out the status quo, establishment, and obsequious Board seekers best personified by Tom King and Scott Bach? How will Anthony Colandro answer them? 1.) Do you approve of the continued employment of Josh Powell and his salary of $700,000? (Or whatever it is.) 2.) If not, what do you intend to do to change this situation? 3.) What reforms do you think are necessary ...
WARNING! Legislative session starts Monday (Jan. 27th), with at least 12 gun bills already listed- most of them bad!I'd give you a link, but the only one I have goes to a Mailchimp notice, meaning anyone could hit "unsubscribe."
The latest example is Ben Feibleman, who is using his real name to fight the allegations against him, made by a woman who, as usual, gets to keep her anonymity and is only referred to as Jane Doe in court documents. [More]So much for equal protection.
“The ideas originated in the racist right.” [More]
Gotta come up with some pretext for "probable cause" to "justify" an armed roust...Rogue NYPD officers are using a sketchy facial recognition software on their personal phones that the department’s own facial recognition unit doesn’t want to touch because of concerns about security and potential for abuse... [More]
Video from the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department shows Gardner driving a city-issued Ford Escape on Market Street without the headlights on. [More]
General Dynamics Ordnance and Tactical Systems, a business unit of General Dynamics, tweeted a new video of its next-generation assault rifle. Defense Blog said General Dynamics is developing the weapon for the Army's Next Generation Squad Weapon – Automatic Rifle (NGSR-AR) program. [More]
Where are the Prosecutions for Fast and Furious? [More]
Democratic lawmakers in Connecticut want to create a new state police department to “specialize in investigating far-right extremist groups and individuals.” [More]
A police officer who used a taser to defend himself when being attacked with a machete should be punished for using his weapon, a lawyer has suggested.
Sophie Khan has been slammed after saying she was surprised the Met Police had not started disciplinary proceedings against PC Stuart Outten, 28, after he used “excessive” force against 56-year-old Muhammad Rodwan.
[Schweizer’s] real subject, however, is not this unsavory lot of so-called “progressive” politicians. Rather it is a truth of human psychology summed up in Milton Friedman’s observation that “Concentrated power is not rendered harmless by the good intentions of those who create it.”...
HT: Henry Bernatonis.
Brannon LeBouef, from #nolatac, sat down with Heckler and Koch at the #shotshow2020 range day for #tfbtv to talk about their new offerings. Primarily they were showcasing their SP5 which technically came out a few months ago and James Reeves did a full video on. That is essentially a “civilian legal” MP5 from the German […]
This hasn’t been done before and has been demanded for a long time, the Century Arms AK74 completely American made! Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments below. Stay until the end for a special guest appearance. Read more at: ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» PLEASE check out […]
Joel had a chance to shoot the new Bergara B14R Rimfire at Shotshow 2020 range day. He then caught up with Dan Hanus on the show floor for a more thorough run-down of their new rimfire trainer offerings. Check it out. Read more at: ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» PLEASE check out our Patreon […]
In this episode of TFBTV, James visits with Full Conceal at SHOT Show 2020 to see their newest addition to the line, the Full Conceal M30S6, a folding, Gen 3 Glock-type pistol that costs $400 less than Full Conceal’s flagship folding Glock models. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» PLEASE check out our Patreon and […]
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Blackwater Ammunition was showing off their new line of 2011 pistols for 2020 called the Raven series. The Raven 2011 will have two different models for duty use or competition as well as coming in both compact and full size frames. Blackwater wanted to throw their hat into the 2011 ring with a high end […]
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Per Matthew Moss of The Firearm Blog: Earlier this week in my SIG Sauer range day round up I teased some of photos of SIG Sauer’s compact P210 Carry pistol. The pistol is a response to customer demand for a P210 which can be carried more readily. It was a gun which had been rumoured […]
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I literally don’t recall a prettier day than we had yesterday…
Nary a cloud in the sky and shirtsleeve temps by noon. A day so nice I opened the windows for a few hours and aired out the cabin for the first time in months. So nice I took enough of an afternoon walkie to leave my stump raw and sore for the whole evening. So nice that I was tempted to hubris, as with yesterday’s unfortunate temptation of fate and even…
What I'm eating for breakfast - bacon and eggs.— Catturd (@catturd2) January 26, 2020
What I'm not eating for breakfast - bat soup.
See how easy it is to avoid a pandemic?
Wuhan Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) Global Cases (by JHU CSSE) [More]So whaddya think? A weaponized biotoxin that escaped the lab? Curious, how North Korea looks clean. Think they'd report it if it wasn't?
FLIR is discontinuing certain Outdoor product lines as it further heightens its focus on the professional user. Select handheld product lines will continue to be offered commercially, but remaining products will be further focused toward law enforcement, public safety, and other professional users. [More]Don't think of it as "economic fascism." Think of it as a "public/private partnership."
Why Are You Losing Your Freedoms? The Semantics of Manipulation [More]Here's a 2012 classic by John Ross that would serve us all well to note and take to heart.
Written by: Greg Ellifritz
Have you ever trained to draw and fire your pistol from any position other than standing? Most recreational shooters haven’t.
Fights are messy. Sometimes the unexpected happens. Take a look at this story. A man was fleeing armed robbers and slipped on the ice, causing him to fall.
According to the article:
“As the victims started to run, the 31-year-old slipped on the ice and fell, it said. He was confronted by one of the people from the car, who demanded money, the statement said.
After the robber took some money, he ordered the 31-year-old onto his knees, and fired one bullet, striking the 31-year-old in the face, the statement said.”
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ZCQOTD: "I'm not saying that middle America was stunningly naive in the Seventies, but most folks had no clue the Village People were gay."— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) January 26, 2020
An excerpt from a good post at The Online Photographer:
"Meanwhile, many already established photographers listened to dire warnings that their work would be stolen and misused if they posted it online. Many "name" photographers severely limited the number of their pictures they posted online, and posted only quite small JPEGs, and were strict about their rights and privileges. As a consequence, they weren't known on the Internet and, eventually, a whole generation of photo enthusiasts grew up not knowing who those previously famous photographers were or what their work looked like."While the examples given are photographic, the post is not actually about photography and is worth the read.
I have a week's worth of laundry to do. On the upside, I just abandoned a half dozen pair of cotton tube socks on site, so that cuts down on the workload somewhat.
Also, while the big rolling camera bag stays in its current loadout configuration pretty much all the time, the small messenger bag was put in rather a great deal of disorder to configure it for a week on airplanes, ranges, and the show floor. I need to put it back into its normal around-town state of affairs.
After another week of living out of it on the job, I remain a huge fan of Peak Design's Everyday Messenger Bag and do not regret the purchase. It fit under airline seats like a champ, even with a gripped EOS 7D inside, and held both my MacBook Air and iPad with Logitech keyboard cover, to boot.
Legislation has again been introduced that would decriminalize statutory rape in Turkey, provided the rapist marries his victim.
Considering that legal protections of this sort have actually been rolled back in such hotbeds of progressivism as Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia, it's pretty safe to give this some serious side-eye as another worrying step in the de-Attaturking of the country.
If there was a decoration he wasn't awarded, it was probably because there wasn't enough room for him to wear it.
They made a movie about him, and I've read that someone convinced him to play himself in it. He showed up on the set to talk to the director, who asked who he was. "I'm Audie Murphy."
"No you're not, you're too small and too young."
Took a while to convince him.
He was robbing one establishment after another. Armed robber fatally shot at strip mall in case of self defense, Lehigh County DA says. “While Mussa was committing that second robbery, the victim of the beverage facility robbery confronted Mussa inside Drake’s Pizza,” Martin says in the release. The first victim was armed with a legally […]
I’m shocked that the woke Doctor Who isn’t just the highest rated show ever. Doctor Who: Worst Ratings In 31 Years For Jodie Whittaker, Chris Chibnall. OK, I’m not that shocked. We have to go way back to Season 23 of September, 1986 to see a lesser amount of viewers as “The Mysterious Planet” Part […]
Still, it should be interesting to see the politicos explain why privacy is such an outmoded concept. Bipartisan Coalition Bill Introduced to Reform NSA Surveillance. The reforms this bill wants to impose are quite extensive and here is a shortlist of the highlights: It would permanently end the flawed phone surveillance program, which secretly scooped […]
The B25 was introduced by FN in 1925; the last of John Browning’s designs and the first successful over/under sporting shotgun. The one we are looking at today was created as a presentation piece for the celebrations in 1939 for the inauguration of the Albert Canal between Liege and Antwerp. As part of the festivities, the city of Liege hosted an Exposition of Water showcasing water-related technology – and FN was part of that Exposition.
The gun was embellished in a wonderful Art Deco style, with its engraving done by Felix Funken, who would go on to head up FN’s Custom Shop in the 1950s. Instead of checkering for the grip as one might expect, the wood is instead carved to emulate waves on water, creating a very interesting effect.
This shotgun is part of the Liege arms museum’s display of civilian arms, and I’d like to thanks them for taking it out of thei...
Much of what was new for SHOT Show 2020 for Griffin Armament has already been covered by our resident suppressor addict and Editor-in-Chief, Pete. However, Griffin Armament did have something new and shiny at SHOT Show 2020. Their GP-N is a QD suppressor that attaches to an A2 Nato flash hider. Don’t You Mean Halo? […]
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One of the most talked about items at Shot Show 2020 was the release of Vortex’s Razor HD Gen III 1-10×24. Vortex has been known for their Razor line of optics and the previous 1-6×24 was one of the clearest scopes I’ve ever used. The new Razor HD Gen III takes what was good about […]
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Joel stops by Brownells to check out their new line of precision rifle optics. Available in 3-18X and 5-25X, these first focal plane scopes have good glass, covered windage turret, and built in zero-stop. Find out more about them from Brownells! Read more at: ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» PLEASE check out our Patreon […]
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Those of us who enjoy the outdoors and who understand the responsibility that each generation has to be good stewards of conservation are becoming a smaller and smaller segment of the US population. In our current generation, women, in our capacity as influencers, wives and moms have taken the lead in this work to preserve the rich heritage and knowledge and instill it in our friends, neighbors and relatives. One such woman, who wears all of these titles – Renee Wittrock – sat down with me to talk about an event she has co-created for just this purpose.
The big draw at Lancer Systems’ range day lane was of course the 9x19mm Laugo Alien pistol which they’re importing from the Czech Republic. They had a table absolutely full of them and it was a blast to finally put some rounds through one after reading about them for so long. Alien Encounters While I […]
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SHOT Show is an event where manufacturers show off their latest goods, but to Californians many of them are off limits. Standard capacity magazines, drum mags, sub guns, scary black rifles with pistol grips, pistols not on some approved roster, etc. The gun laws suck in the golden state, but California is still a very […]
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5.11 Tactical brought an imperial ton of things to SHOT this year. Everything from footwear to headlamps to products for your vehicle to a new RUSH pack. The worst part is that the products are set to trickle out over the year, so don’t RUSH out to your favorite 5.11 store quite yet (see what […]
American Defense Manufacturing were showing off their new range of magnifiers and some new titanium mounts and AR parts at SHOT Show. First up lets take a look at their new magnifiers that first appears earlier last year. The first of the family of new magnifiers is the Flik3, a fixed 3x power magnifier which […]
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Tyrant Designs, known for their high-quality upgrades for AR-15s and common polymer pistols, has a few new components they debuted at SHOT Show 2020 to keep our firearms stylin’ and functioning at their best. We have previously reviewed components on TFB like the Tyrant Designs T-Comp, and found them to function phenomenally so we would […]
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I’m not going to lie, I have a special place in my heart for RISE Armament. I own all of their triggers (except for the original Gadsen, since I was not blessed enough to attend NRA Show last year). I also have their 1121XR Rifle in both .308 Win and 6.5 CM. Not only do […]
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Cole-Tac has three new offerings for SHOT. First is the “Cheat Sheet,” a small plastic card that Velcros to a special mount that attaches to a scope tube. It allows you to write whatever data you need to have close at hand (e.g., holds). The mount can be rotated in any orientation around the tube […]
While out at SHOT Show 2020, we swung by the Falkor Defense booth to see what they had new for this year, and they surprised us by debuting 3 NEW Falkor Defense Chassis Systems for Rem 700 actions and associated Rem 700 clones. With these Falkor Defense Chassis Systems you are covered in your short-action […]
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Have you ever wanted to finally engage your dual-pistol wielding, one-handed reloading, Lara Croft cosplay? An interesting product that made it to full booth status (from the popup preview area last year) is the Torrent Loading System. It is a box, a little wider than a dual magazine pouch, that securely holds up to three […]
Yesterday, we hosted the shooting club for our regular Monthly Match. We love this game and the people associated with it, and had a ball shooting yesterday.
It has been an exciting 2020 for everyone over at Boyds Gunstocks so far and we have not made it out of the month of January yet! It was announced after New Years that Boyds Gunstocks Industries Inc, as of January 2nd, transitioned to the new ownership of Dustin Knutson and Rob Carstensen who have been with Boyds for […]
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James Reeves speaks with the people at Laugo and Lancer about the upcoming Laugo Alien at Range Day for SHOT Show 2020. Per Nick C. of TFB: “You may have heard of Laugo Arms. They are the ones who designed the CZ Scorpion Evo 3 and sold it to Česká zbrojovka aka CZ. They have […]
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Innovative Arms is a manufacturer of many types and styles of firearms suppressors. Innovative arms came out this year with a new take on their Innovative Arms Integral CZ Scorpion Evo which has now been shortened by two inches and features an improved heat dissipation design that keeps your hands cool without overheating the suppressor. […]
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Radian Weapons has come out with a few new products this year that were showcased at SHOT Show 2020. With some new rifle parts like the Radian Weapons Regulator Adjustable Gas block. There are also new patented Cerkote designs, a brand new extended bolt catch, and an all-new in-house Glock optics ready slide, Radian Weapons […]
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It wasn’t a surprise, I was actually a little surprised that it didn’t happen yesterday. Yesterday I filled two empty propane bottles which brought me up to entirely topped off – except for the one on the bedroom heater that was due to suck empty…
So, I checked out of the hotel yesterday morning at a little after 7AM, and boarded a flight to SEA at about 10AM, local. From SEA, I flew to MSP, and from MSP home to IND, arriving just before midnight. Thankfully, I had enough miles to bump the first and last legs of the trip to first class.
It's going to take a day or two to get my bearings.
Having just spent a week on Pacific time, which is just about long enough to get acclimated, I'm back home again in Indiana on EST. And it's not just the time zones; Vegas is an audiovisual overload jammed with way too many people, and that's even without SHOT Show and all the work involved in covering that. I could spend forty-eight hours floating in a sensory deprivation tank right now and it would be a blessed relief.
As it is, I'm going to get some ribs at Fat Dan's because it's Sunday and I'm home in Broad Ripple and ribs at Fat Dan's is what I do on Sunday. Then I'm going to polish off some writing and make an early night of it.
Rammstein as reinterpreted by Russian Hillbillies? AC never disappoints. Russian Redneck Rammstein Rehash. Thanks to Nourishing Obscurity I have now experienced a Russian redneck kazoo/accordion Rammstein remake complete with the original German lyrics. God bless us, it’s a great time to be alive! (Note, I have no idea how Los Colorados is a Russian band […]
Folsom Dam Spillway-gate Failure – 17 July 1995. The design for the gate didn’t account for corrosion over time. Folsom Dam (California, 1995). And it doesn’t help matters that they dropped the ball on maintenance. (The dam looked fine right up until the point of failure.) Actually this is more a case engineers not taking […]
In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves visits Ranko with Zastava to talk about the new AKs coming to the USA from the legendary Serbian manufacturer. If you’d like to see James’ review on the Zastava M70 Z-PAP, check here: Is the Zastava M70 Z-PAP the Best New AK For the Money? ««« GUN […]
THIS ALL STARTS BEFORE ELECTION DAY. WHATEVER YOU DO NOW, BY NEXT WINTER, YOUR JOB IS WAR!
I wouldn’t bet* on it.—Joe]
* My last bet was in 2008 and before that it was 2001 and I haven’t lost a bet since I was in grade school. I only bet on things I’m extremely likely to win. Hence, my disinclination to bet on Riverdog’s prediction coming true does not mean that I think he is almost certainly wrong. It only means I don’t think he is extremely likely to be correct.
(Via the Bongino Report)
Well, let’s see… For one thing, I’m seven years “helicopter crash free” today. For another, I’m damn glad that the media wasn’t able to succeed in making the Richmond protest on the 20th into another Charlottesville. Great collection of pix … Read more
The Queen Of The World strongly believes that there is great classical music in modern film. I've posted on this a number of times, but she challenged me to think more broadly about "classical" music. It was the popular music for the theater, and so why shouldn't today's popular music for the theater fit that same category? She (rightly) says that I've been discriminating against perfectly fine music just because it's recent. And so today will be a step further out than I've done before in these Sunday classical music posts, with a choice that literally everyone reading this will have heard (and may even be able to hum along to).
This is a song that was almost never made. James Cameron is a filmmaker with a reputation for swinging for the fence, In 1997 his film Titanic worried pretty much everyone in Hollywood, because it was fabulously expensive and in fact was the most expensive film made to that date. Cameron obsessed over each detail, including the music. He and composer James Horner had collaborated on the film Aliens but had hated working with each other. Cameron convinced Horner to write what would be the Aca...
You wouldn’t want to be a professional democrat pol this year. Bernie Sanders, everybody’s crazy Jewish communist uncle, is now leading the polls in Iowa. Steve Hayward , unlike the democrat party base, is in good touch with reality.
It’s still early and things can change fast, but several new polls show Bernie Sanders surging in Iowa and New Hampshire as well as nationally, as Warren continues to stumble, Biden continues to unimpress, and Buttigieg continues to ignore the propeller beanie hat stuck to his...
Aché Indian, shortly after they were captured and brought out of the forest, 1970s, eastern Paraguay.
With so many geezers in the democrat presidential field this year, Ann Althouse is moved to reflect upon the role of the aged in society:
“I customarily killed old women. They all died, there by the big river. I didn’t used to wait until they were completely dead to bury them. The women were afraid of me.”
Leads to pretty good economic growth. Brazil Fosters Economic Growth in Latin America. Both the profit and the savings for Brazilians increased as the Bolsonaro administration exceeded its goal in record time. In the first nine months of 2019, Brazil privatized more public companies than it had planned for an entire year. This put an […]
He thought robbery was a good idea. He was wrong. Police: Man says he shot teen in self-defense. He was just sitting in his car, when a teen walked up to him and tried to rob him. Steffler was found in the roadway of Laurel Street, near the 1500 block of Nichol Avenue, with gunshot […]
Guy protecting his property under Missouri law: this story has been in my feeds for a few days. (Mostly because the Left hates gun owners, I think.) Neighbors react after man fatally shoots woman allegedly trying to steal his car. Five to six gunshots woke up a lot of people in the Marlborough community in […]
In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves visits Palmetto State Armory to review the new pistol from PSA, the DAGR 9. The dagger is, more or less, a $300 Gen 3 Glock clone. It appears to be of quality construction, including a nitrided slide & barrel, and it has a broad range of Glock parts […]
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"Research has shown that people’s experiences in early adulthood have the greatest impact on their lifelong political leanings, and Millennials, for the most part, have experienced an America riven by inequality, endless wars, a financial collapse, a student debt crisis, and inertia in the face of climate change. All that has made them distinctly more liberal than their elders. "
Today’s commentary is the 2000th published on WordPress, replacing Mama Liberty’s original webzine and going out to the world.
Let’s talk a bit about the prices that are paid for liberty: for gaining it, keeping it, and getting it back when it slips away. And about Mama Liberty.
It’s been about a year and a half since we lost her. And like her readers, I really, really miss her. But I and my family try hard to carry on her work, and will continue to do so. I make every effort to continue posting items of interest at least 3 times a week, and to do more to improve the site, while still continuing to work full-time at making a living.
So I really appreciate your encouragement. Your clicks and comments really help, readers, even if you tell me I’m full of it. And usually, I find I almost got things right! All of you know how much Mama appreciated you and your encouragement (and arguments) as well.
There are many facets we can discover when discussing “The Price of Liberty.” Far more than just the most commonly mentioned. Mama Liberty tried to explore all of these ...
History. Ignorance. Rinse. Repeat. The Shocking Liberation of Auschwitz: Soviets ‘Knew Nothing’ as They Approached. The first Soviet Soldiers entered the camp at 9 AM. Eighty-eight pounds of eyeglasses. Hundreds of prosthetic limbs. Twelve thousand pots and pans. Forty-four thousand pairs of shoes. When Soviet soldiers poured into Auschwitz in January 1945, they encountered warehouses […]
Fix It Sticks has introduced NEW 3-Gun and PRS Kits for shooters to tighten their optics, firearms, and accessories in a more mobile, handy wallet. Many people know Fix It Sticks for their smaller kits to help mount optics out in the field or even to tinker on their mountain bike. In reality, Fix It […]
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|PawPaw's House||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|pistol-training.com||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|Random Nuclear Strikes||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|Rifleman Savant||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|SayUncle||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|Shakey Pete's Shootin' Shack||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|Shall Not Be Questioned||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|She's a Garand Gal||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|Short Barrel Shepherd||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|Sipsey Street Irregulars||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|Tech, Guns, and Food Blog||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Clue Meter||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Displaced Louisiana Guy||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Firearm Blog||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Freeholder||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Law Office of Mark Knapp||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Michael Bane Blog||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Minuteman||XML||16:55, Monday, 27 January||16:55, Thursday, 30 January|
|The New Rifleman||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Patrick Henry Society||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Price of Liberty||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Sacred Cow Slaughterhouse||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Smallest Minority||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Ultimate Answer to Kings||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The View From North Central Idaho||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The War on Guns||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|The Zelman Partisans||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|To Which I Replied...||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|Traction Control||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|View From The Porch||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|Weer'd World||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|Wideners Shooting, Hunting & Gun Blog||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|
|Yankee Gun Nuts||XML||21:55, Tuesday, 28 January||00:55, Wednesday, 29 January|