Friday, 07 August


I’ve never heard of a case where an attorney general’s tried to dissolve a first amendment – and in this case First and Second Amendment protected political organization – that is a bridge too far constitutionally.

If she is selectively prosecuting and selectively investigating the NRA because she disagrees with its politics, that’s wrong,

I believe in the Second Amendment, but I also believe in reasonable gun control. But I would defend the NRA’s right advocate its position without being subject to selective investigation and prosecution if it turns out that the attorney general is looking into this organization because she disagrees with its politics.

Alan Dershowitz
August 5, 2020
Alan Dershowitz to Newsmax TV: NRA Move Political Prosecution
[I’ve known about the NRA’s wasteful use of money since 1997 and have put the vast majority of my 2nd Amendment dollars elsewhere. But I’m with Dershowitz. I strongly suspect Ne...

A..... shockingly non vitriolic (other than the standard boilerplate) article from, even more shockingly, the very angry Dan Duddly.

And isn't wrong about the worries of corruption.  If anything the article understates the severity and amount of it.

Though it wouldn't be an anti-gun bent if there wasn't the standard disconnect.

 I mean, this is an organization that was so fervently pro-gun that they lobbed insults at survivors of a school shooting...

Don't Hold Your Breath

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:31, Friday, 07 August

“This was a person who murdered a police officer in cold blood, and then he was convicted of doing that, and this parole board went out of its way — which was apparently their intention — to facilitate his release; and they broke every rule and procedure and law in the process,” House Minority Leader Todd Gilbert, R-Shenandoah, charged during a video news conference that he and two other Republican leaders held to discuss the report. “And somebody needs to be held accountable.”[More]

But no one will be. Virginia is blue.

[Via Mack H]


Making Us All Look Bad

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:58, Friday, 07 August

[H]e also warned rioters that they are “creating the B-roll film” for the campaign to reelect President Donald Trump. [More]

Wait 'til after the election and I'll throw a brick through a store window myself!

[Via Michael G]

Enemies, Foreign and Domestic

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:53, Friday, 07 August

Progressive privilege: Lefties making excuses for two lawyers arrested for Molotov cocktail firebombing of police car in Brooklyn [More]

Anyone who can't be trusted with gasoline, a rag, a bottle, and a match...

How does it help "secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity" to allow the Pakistani to remain in this country?

[Via bondmen...

Not Buying This for a Second

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:43, Friday, 07 August

Man loses life savings in caught-on-video robbery, assault outside California bank [More]

Huntington Park is dangerous? How would a resident know that?

This just stinks to the high heavens.

I'm going with either a corrupt teller tipping off an accomplice or the "victim" planning a break-up and arranging it with a friend to escape a community property claim and make it look good.

If it turns out all is as being represented, I know we're not supposed to blame the victim, but come on...

[Via ...


Senators stuck on crime bill nuance related to City of St. Louis police [More]

They're arguing nuance...?

[Via bondmen]

Operation LeGend is not a permanent project. Jensen says he expects the agents will go home when their work is done. [More]

Good one!

F***ing idiots.

[Via bondmen]


by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:16, Friday, 07 August

Reich is not so keen, however, on a proposal to tear down a dilapidated building in his Berkeley neighborhood and replace it with a 10-unit development that would include low-income housing. [More]

A hypocritical "progressive" who doesn't practice what he preaches... Imagine that.

Next thing you'll be telling me Gavin Newsom doesn't pay his taxes.

[Via Michael G]

A Major Problem

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:02, Friday, 07 August

A major problem: Thousands of ballots that had stamps pre-paid by New York State were not post-marked by the Postal Service ... Many ballots arrived at the elections board a day or two after the primary election because voters did not receive them in the mail from the Postal Service until Election Day. [More]

So the major problem is ... government?

[Via Michael G]

Taking on All Comers

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:51, Friday, 07 August

 The very next day the former MMA star and actress took to Twitter to call out the trolls and called them “cowards” for attempting to harass her for the simple act of sharing the photo. [More]

She's right -- notice they all hide behind screen names. And if "silence is violence," that "justifies" physically attacking someone who is simply minding his own business and not out there screaming with the mob.

No surprise the cowardly commie cultists are also narcissists, psychopaths, and sadists...

I know nothing about this woman and suspect being part of the "entertainment" business, she probably holds many "progressive" values. That said, good on her for standing up for herself and showing she's a real fighter, and not just inside the ring or cage or wherever MMA types ply their trade.


Day 69: Rioters Set Portland Police Precinct on Fire. So Much for Promises Riots Would Stop if Feds Left [More]

But...but...but Obama called them "peaceful demonstrators"...

[Via Michael G]

We're Number One -- for Now

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:23, Friday, 07 August

Arizona rated best state for CCW – again! [More]

Did someone say "changing demographics"...?

Virginia still hasn't learned.

Tyrants Gonna Tyrannize

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:11, Friday, 07 August

Nevada Democrats’ Shocking Midnight Run on Election Integrity [More]

Yes, they intend to steal power and then use it against those they hate. 

[Via Michael G]

All About the Benjamins?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:11, Friday, 07 August

New York AG Plans to Turn NRA’s Assets into “Black Lives Matter” Slush Fund [More]

That's a pretty weighty allegation.  I'm not saying it couldn't happen, I'm just saying they haven't fleshed it out beyond brief and unsubstantiated speculation with no real legal analysis.

Incidentally, I turned in a piece on the lawsuits to AmmoLand yesterday afternoon that should be out later today. 

However, it does not appear that just because he “ruled” the language was biased and misleading, that there is an order to do so. [More]

Since when is truth more important than agenda?

[Via Michael G]

Let's Rub Noses

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:51, Friday, 07 August

[T]he business was under attack for the use of the term “Eskimo,” wrongly characterized as a racial slur, and their logo, featuring a happy Eskimo and his dog, Buffy. [More]

Imagine having a life so blessed that this is what you have to complain about. They ought to be down on their knees thanking the God they're so seethingly hostile against.

Or singing...


Comments from WarOnGuns Correspondent Laocoön:
"NICS, the National Instant Criminal Background Check System, exists to prevent felons from purshasing guns and I have no problem with that."

Wrong.  O'Keefe needs to research and THINK about this issue.  His own experience shows it's not a criminal background check, and it does not exist to prevent felons from buying guns.  It's a system that enables government to register gun owners, punish and leave dissenters defenseless.

"Bottom line is the FBI should've never put me on that list."

No kidding, Sherlock, but they DID, and they are NOT accountable.

"So this week, I'm announcing I'm going to file a law...

We Have a Contender

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:22, Friday, 07 August

Bill Hagerty defeats Dr. Manny Sethi in Tennessee's Republican US Senate primary [More]

What is it likely to mean?

NRA gives both an "AQ."

GOA endorsed Sethi.

You can find Hagerty's positions on immigration and other issues on his campaign website.

Sethi's is here.

For whatever reason, Numbers USA was asleep at the switch on this one.

As an aside, I find Sethi, the son of immigrants from India,  a refreshing anomaly from the overwhelmingly anti-gun sentiment most exhibit where it counts



by Mas in at 06:00, Friday, 07 August

Yesterday we lost one of the brightest, most important lights in modern self-defense training.  Dr. William Aprill was a criminal psychologist whose understanding of the mindset and behavior patterns of violent criminal actors was unsurpassed.  He also taught a keen &...

Safariland’s New Website

by JulieG in Blog – Julie Golob at 08:51, Friday, 07 August

Dynamic design, expansive holster finder tool and first-ever online Holster Education Center adds to customized user experience The Safariland Group (“Safariland”), a leading global provider of safety products designed for the public safety, military, professional and outdoor markets, launched their new dynamically redesigned customer-centric e-commerce website at The clean, modern and easy-to-navigate website provides a robust […]

IPA Day: Beer and a Cigar

by David in Musings Over a Barrel at 08:25, Friday, 07 August

I almost missed this. I was getting ready to enjoy my first Oktoberfest beer of the season, when the reminder of IPA Day crossed my social media feeds. The social media "holiday" is celebrated on the first Thursday of August. Figuring I might as well join in, I grabbed a bottle of Stone Brewing Mojay IPA and headed for the back deck.

This beer is the result of a collaboration between Stone and Burgeon Beer, created for the 10th American Homebrewers Association Rally held in 2018. It is said to represent an amalgamation of a New England-style IPA and a West Coast IPA. 

Despite the desperate attempts by the increasingly irrelevant media to call them "peaceful protests", they are riots and they're occurring in most of America's large cities.  Either order will be restored or we will see the re-emergence of what we've seen throughout history when life is precarious.  While history is out of fashion and no longer taught in school, the lessons of history are clear - the Gods of the Copybook Headings did not get their name by accident.

So what happens when people live precariously, under continual threat of violence?  They flee to safer places.

All the .45-70 brass

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 08:19, Friday, 07 August

that's not loaded has been annealed, cleaned, and is being sorted.

I've got more than I thought.

This is gonna take a while.

That means 84,108 ballots were not counted or invalidated — 21 percent of the total.

One out of four mail-in ballots were disqualified for arriving late, lacking a postmark or failing to include a voter’s signature, or other defects. The Post reported Tuesday that roughly 30,000 mail-in ballots were invalidated in Brooklyn alone.

And, in a place that very badly wants to show how wonderful this is,
Aside from tardy mailings and processing, Schwartz said scores of ballots were tossed out because the voters failed to sign the interior envelope that came with it.

But he said it wasn’t the voters’ fault.

“The envelope with directions for the signature was so poorly designed,” Schwartz said.

Fake Leftists

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 09:49, Friday, 07 August

Are they intolerant of the Truth now? Popular queer Native American Twitter account turns out to be unpopular straight white woman. BethAnn McLaughlin thought that she could fool all of the people all of the time. @sciencing_bi was a well-read Science Twitter account, a queer Native American professor with a unique perspective on science and […]

Friday Links

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 07:25, Friday, 07 August

Tammy Bruce starts things off with… Epic Fail: Joe Biden Snaps At Black Reporter: Are You A Junkie? Ace of Spades HQ – Sargon of Akkad Wins Attorney’s Fees from Leftwing Troll Who Sued Him Over a Meritless Copyright Infringement Claim. That Leftwing, ah, person would be Akilah Hughes The Post Millennial – NYC mayor […]

What’s the Use of Government?

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:19, Friday, 07 August

Why do governments exist? Something about securing the blessings of liberty comes to mind. Defund the government. Municipalities that can’t provide basic services lose any justification for their existence. Local governments now want to be lavishly funded so that they can shut down businesses, open up prisons, keep schools closed, keep crime high and defund […]

Some Days the Jokes Write Themselves

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:59, Friday, 07 August

Iran and their fake US aircraft carrier… what could go wrong? Iran hilariously bungles fake US aircraft carrier attack. So they have a barge done-up to look like an Nimitz-class aircraft carrier, only not as big. They attacked it, and it sank, which is a problem for them because it is apparently blocking their own […]

Prototype .45 Caliber Roth-Krnka for US and UK Trials

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 06:27, Friday, 07 August

In an effort to appeal to American and British military testing commissions, Georg Roth produced a handful of prototype Roth-Krnka pistols in .45 caliber. They used a proprietary cartridge; the 11.5mm Roth (approximately 200 grains at 660 fps, although more powerful versions of the cartridge would be used in other trials pistols later). The gun is a very interesting intermediary design, with the front end of a 1907 Roth-Steyr and the rear end of a Roth-Krnka, complete with exposed hammer.


by Sebastian in Shall Not Be Questioned at 07:31, Friday, 07 August

NRA filed a civil rights lawsuit in the Northern District of New York yesterday. It is possible that Letitia James is a second rate tyrant who is violating the NRA’s civil rights, and that Wayne LaPierre is a hapless grifter. Both things can be true. I believe that both things are true. James does not have your best interests at heart as a gun owner and NRA member. She is trying to silence political opposition, and she should be ruined for it. I sincerely hope this suit succeeds. I’m surprised by how many gun people I see who seem fine with dissolution. James’ move here is unconscionable and naked totalitarianism. It will invite tit for tat if the courts are silent (note that SPLC is in Alabama, and probably has more skeletons in its closet than NRA does by far).

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by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 07:00, Friday, 07 August

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And about when he did it.

 “While I recognize that immigration can be an emotional issue, I reject the premise that it is a partisan issue." [More]

Good. Maybe you can be the one to finally answer the challenge.

[H]e did not want it to come out during the election season.

S'OK -- most are just headline readers anyway, and that's exactly what they're getting.

Too bad there's no Box Office Mojo parallel for books so we can see how badly the backers of this effort have lost their shirts. My guess is the major stockers will be public libraries. In a rational world, a vanity publication like this would end up with a garage full of boxes of unsold copies.


Weekend Knowledge Dump- August 7, 2020

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 04:29, Friday, 07 August

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


What’s the Best 38 Special Ammo for Self-Defense?

Although I wouldn’t put the Lehigh Defense cartridge into my list of the “top load...

The Only Responders

by Sheila Stokes in The Zelman Partisans at 04:17, Friday, 07 August

We are coming up on the anniversary of the Hevron massacre. They occurred on the Shabbat of Parshat Eikev in 1929. It was a particularly brutal massacre. Some first hand accounts, and a detailed first hand account. I’ve written about the Hevron massacre before.

Go even further back, if this is all about the re-unification of Jerusalem in 1967 or the state of Israel in 1948, then why the Hevron massacre of 1929? The Haganah showed up in Hevron and told the residents they had knowledge that there would be an attack. Amin al-Husseini, the Mufti of Jerusalem, and good buddy of Hitler was inciting the riots. The citizens of Hevron turned down the protection protesting that they had lived in peace with their Arab neighbors for centuries. True, they had. How...


by Tam in View From The Porch at 05:03, Friday, 07 August

So, I remember attending "Establishing a Dominance Paradigm", a three day class team-taught by Tom Givens, Craig Douglas, and William Aprill a few years back.

The classroom portion was all William and, having sat in on a good dozen hours of William's lectures by that time, I didn't bother bringing any dedicated note-taking materials. I was pretty sure I had the material down...

Thirty minutes in, I was furiously trying to keep up on the virtual keyboard on my iPad mini, as I kept hearing things I hadn't heard before, both new material or stuff I'd heard him say before but really didn't have the references to process yet....

Crime Statistics

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:39, Friday, 07 August

Second City Cop has More Math. It will only hurt for a minute. New York City and Los Angeles compared to Chicago. The numbers are a little staggering. Which means you are 6X more likely to be shot in Chicago than in LA or 11X more likely to be shot in Chicago than in NYC. […]


Yes, you read that right… CONDITION TREE:

Fire extinguisher in frame, just in case this dumpster fire gets away. 😏

Cute pearl bracelet bro.


Garrett Foster Memes

by ENDO-Mike in Everyday No Days Off – Gun Blog at 00:00, Friday, 07 August

Brandon does a review:

Initially I didn’t really care for the gun meme reviews, but Brandon’s commentary and editing on them has got a lot better so I’m now a fan.  As far as the whole Garrett Foster incident goes, that truly was bound to happen sooner than later. 

If you’re not familiar, here are a couple vids including the news interview Brandon mentions:


Family vacations and gatherings have taken a different turn during this summer of living with and adapting to Covid-19 issues. Fortunately, pursuing various fishing and boating activities is not only possible but recommended, meaning that there are many family outdoor activities that you can enjoy while keeping your family safe, healthy, and happy. Let me tell you how I just spent a week of family outdoor activities, and perhaps you can adapt some or all of this to find things to do outside with kids.


Thursday, 06 August


Parallels I Missed

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 16:55, Thursday, 06 August

Over at Spectator US, Alexander Cockburn tells the story of a bunch of Democrats and Never-Trumpers sitting down to discuss what happens if Trump refuses to admit defeat.  In the simulation, John Podesta played Biden.

Buried at the bottom of a New York Times article, the paper describes what Podesta did:

‘Mr Podesta, playing Mr Biden, shocked the organizers by saying he felt his party wouldn’t let him concede. Alleging voter suppression, he persuaded the governors of Wisconsin and Michigan to send pro-Biden electors to the Electoral College.

‘In that scenario, California, Oregon, and ...

Support Your Local Gunfighter

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 17:30, Thursday, 06 August

Sometimes you gotta watch a silly western.

Evening Bourbon and Rocky Patel

by David in Musings Over a Barrel at 17:34, Thursday, 06 August

Warm evenings on the deck are the norm for the summer. For one recent after-dinner repast, I faced the warm air with a favorite cigar from Rocky Patel and a tasty rye whiskey in my glass. 

Redemption High Rye Bourbon is a easy sipping whiskey. The flavor profile is not all that complex. There are notes of oak, honey, and a touch of dark fruit. A bit of pepper comes in at the finish, but it's mild for a rye. This is a bottle I reach for often, and at under $30 a pop, it's easy to enjoy regularly.


This professor at the history and archeology department of the University of Abomey-Calavi (Benin) declared on July 25: “When we talk about the slave trade, people only accuse whites. But they came (to Africa) as buyers and we [Africans] were sellers.

He assured viewers that the sale of slaves was not only an isolated phenomenon, since “the king himself sold them”. Abiola Félix Iroko detailed these transactions: “King Adandozan sold the mother of his consanguineous brother (Prince Gakpe) who later became Guézo”. As the Salon Beige website pointed out, he was the ninth king of Abomey between 1797 and 1818.

This historian – holder of a doctorate in letters and human sciences from the University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne – did not mince his words: “There are no buyers without sellers, we (Africans) were sellers.”

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POTD: “La Coruña” Fusil Reformado – FR8

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 16:30, Thursday, 06 August

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Concealed Carry Corner: Carrying in a Pandemic

by Matt E in The Firearm Blog at 16:00, Thursday, 06 August

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8/5/20 Gallup:

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- When asked whether they want the police to spend more time, the same amount of time or less time than they currently do in their area, most Black Americans -- 61% -- want the police presence to remain the same. This is similar to the 67% of all U.S. adults preferring the status quo, including 71% of White Americans.

Meanwhile, nearly equal proportions of Black Americans say they would like the police to spend more time in their area (20%) as say they'd like them to spend less time there (19%).
So 81% of black Americans want the same or more police in their neighborhood. 


by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 12:47, Thursday, 06 August


July in Chicago

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 14:03, Thursday, 06 August

I was hoping that proprietor of HeyJackass! was going to do a summary of the month post, under Enlightening Commentary, and we have that at last. July Wrap-up A breakdown of the month’s idiocy shows: 96 shot & killed 6 fatally stabbed 5 killed via other means 1 shot by CPD, 0 fatally 3 CPD […]

NY, DC Lawsuits Filed Against NRA: Election Season Attack?

by Dave Workman in Liberty Park Press at 13:17, Thursday, 06 August




by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 11:34, Thursday, 06 August

 Normally, it's cool-weather fare, but I decided whatthehell. and made a big pot.

The boys didn't seem to mind.  If you want my recipe, look under this link.

Going for a Kill Shot

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:31, Thursday, 06 August

New York Attorney General Moves To Dissolve The NRA After Fraud Investigation [More]
This diverts them from the election right when focus is most needed.

This is why I've maintained LaPierre is hanging on for dear life. There's no way he can front the legal bills he'll be incurring on his own.

Twitter Staffer Who Announced Trump Censorship Used to Work for Kamala Harris [More]
So deciding which content to provide and providing alternate content of their own does not make Twitter a content provider...?

[Via Michael G]

Forbidden Knowledge

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:10, Thursday, 06 August

Economics professor barred from teaching class critical of Marxism to student body [More]
Wait 'til the day that's punishable everywhere.

Wright STATE... "our" tax dollars at work.

[Via Michael G]

Some Metro security now equipped with body cameras [More]

[Via bondmen]


[A] voicemail show that Kimberly Gardner’s office pressured the lead detective on the case to “quickly reassess this evidence,” and when that didn’t work, threatened his supervisor with bad publicity unless the detective relented. [More]
So much for refusing to obey unlawful orders when there are career implications to consider...

[Via bondmen]

Mexican man charged with attempting to illegally export 92 gun magazines at Laredo bridge [More]
That's what happens when you don't go through channels.

[Via bondmen]

Firearms seized in FBI raid at YouTube star Jake Paul’s home [More]
His Scottsdale shenanigans and the fact that YouTube evidently hasn't "demonetized" him tell me he isn't "one of us."

The "pH Factor" really has gone past the point of no return, hasn't it?

[Via bondmen...

China’s Maritime Silk Road

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 10:12, Thursday, 06 August

Francis Pike, in the Spectator, warns that China is well on the way to adding strategic domination of the Bay of Bengal and the sea lanes to the Middle East to its ruthless appropriation of the South China Sea. Only the superior power of the US Navy stands in China’s way, but China is planning a massive naval expansion, and the US is not.

The forthcoming geopolitical struggle for supremacy between China and India will not be on land. It will be on water and a much larger body of water than Pangong Lake. The Bay of Bengal and the Andaman Sea will become the defining-battleground.

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The usage of the terms “racist(s)” and “racism” as a percentage of all words in four of the nation’s largest newspapers from (depending on the publication) 1970 through 2019.

Zach Goldberg, in Tablet Magazine, documents the sudden rise to mainstream acceptance of the radical Marxist viewpoint on American History and society.

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New York AG Moves for NRA Dissolution

by Sebastian in Shall Not Be Questioned at 09:04, Thursday, 06 August

If I’m a judge, no way would I allow a politician to dissolve their political opposition. This is Soviet level shit. I would consider the remedy of removing Wayne. That needs to happen. But as guilty as they might be, most charities and non-profits are going to show issues if put under a microscope. Not saying Wayne is a straight shooter. We’ve known for years a lot of this stuff was going on, and shame on us as members for looking the other way because times were good.

I suspect James knows she won’t get dissolution, but she has political ambitions, and the Dem base will eat this shit up. The cancel cultural warriors will love this. But hopefully adults will intervene and we can just be rid of the problem at the top and move on.

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Hatsan Introduces Multi-Caliber Airgun: The Hydra QE

by Will P in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Thursday, 06 August

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Quote of the day—Terri Conley

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 06:00, Thursday, 06 August

If you inch towards suggesting that people who do something other than monogamy might not be miserable or that they might have some advantages, they were just so hostile to that. I found that really fascinating.

Terri Conley
August 4, 2020
How One Psychologist Upended Everything We Know About Women, Sex, & Monogamy
[As well as being fascinating I think making people uncomfortable with clear factual data is great fun! I love doing it with the stupidity of gun laws as well as human psychology.—Joe]

No gun was found in her car. Fizer’s family has stood by their initial doubt of the official narrative. [More]
Why should his story be deemed the more credible one? And why don't we know his name?

[Via bondmen]

Who Will Guard the Guards?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:15, Thursday, 06 August

Former school security guard charged with rape, sodomy of a minor [More]
Well,  doesn't collective thought refer to them as "our children"...?

[Via bondmen]

Our Best and Our Brightest

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:07, Thursday, 06 August

Oregon Governor Kate Brown (D-Portland) fell for a hoax call from Russian pranksters in a video released this week. In the video, Governor Brown says she will talk to her team about providing military assistance to Ukraine in response to the occupation by Russian forces. [More]
Note how "progressives" constantly present themselves as our superiors in intelligence and sophistication...

[Via Michael G]

Rape Shouldn’t Be Reported to Police: Keith Ellison ... Do you see why mainstream news reports didn’t pick this up? Instead, if you do a Google search, you’ll find that only blogs reported it. [More]

[Via Michael G]

Adherence to precedent is a foundational doctrine of our legal system.  [More]

[Via Michael G]

The Great American Outdoors act came to fruition after President Trump openly called for legislation that fully finances the Land & Water Conservation Fund to be sent to his desk. [More]
And to think I've been worried about his level of commitment to the Second Amendment...

[Via Dave Licht]

Your Tax Dollars at Work

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:30, Thursday, 06 August

Meth lab found at San Francisco hotel room used as city COVID-19 shelter [More]

[Via Michael G]

‘Hittin’ the Franzia pretty hard?’ Thread taking S.E. Cupp’s ‘president wish list’ apart is so BRUTALLY GOOD we had to share it [More]
But...but...but she describes herself as "a mainstream conservative"...

That alone ought to tell us all we need to know about who the DSM gives a platform to, and why.

[Via ...

A Plan Comes Together

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:08, Thursday, 06 August

As Portland continues to burn, the Democrats in the Oregon Legislature continue to work on looter protection laws. [More]
Who needs a big Reichstag fire when a bunch of little ones will do?

Help Save Michelle!

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:00, Thursday, 06 August

Michelle Obama, said she is “dealing with some form of low-grade depression... I’m waking up in the middle of the night, cause I’m worrying about something, or there’s a heaviness ... I’ve gone through those emotional highs and lows ...  it’s a direct result of just being out of, out of body, out of mind. [More]
In the spirit of "If you see something, say something," and noting how all the "commonsense gun safety" groups are telling us depression is directly tied to "gun suicide," shouldn't we do the right thing and ask authorities for a "red flag" intervention?


Why Are People So Deathly Afraid of Criticizing Beyoncé? [More]
Maybe they recognize there are principalities and powers that find her useful to their goals in leading the ignorant masses into support for their subversion, and they know what will happen to them if their masters see them as anything less than fawning. That and there's ...

Kancelkulture Cop

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:06, Thursday, 06 August

Northwest Film Center, an organization supporting local filmmakers, had planned to show Kindergarten Cop as the first movie in its summertime drive-in movie series until author Lois Leveen said a movie showing cops in schools wasn’t "entertaining.". [More]

Gratuitous Gun Pr0n #188...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 05:12, Thursday, 06 August

When you're doing a bunch of shooting with fairly generic plastic blasters for work, sometimes you have to slip in a li'l sumpin' sumpin' for fun...

Shooting this thing almost never fails to bring a smile to my face. A steel 9mm 1911 is like shooting with the cheat codes enabled...

[Ed: Dr. Faria published this review first at Hacienda Publishing on July 27. Guns Save Lives is available at Amazon, etc.] Once again author Robert A. Waters has performed a great service for true gun research adding to the chronicles of personal defense — and along the way, enhancing the cause of liberty. This book […]

So Who Will Enforce the Law After Police Are Defunded?

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 08:16, Thursday, 06 August

I’m sure when a social worker explains the problems they are causing, the people having impromptu parties will just stop. Either that or they will shoot the social workers, after they stop laughing of course. (It is Chicago.) Despite Months Of Complaints From Neighbors, Late Night Parties Continue In Bronzeville Near 41st Street Lake Shore […]

What Happens When People Give Up on City Government?

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:19, Thursday, 06 August

Or when city government gives up on them? There is a fairly disturbing site, that has for some time chronicled the decline of Detroit. GooBing Detroit. Click on the image for a larger view. It captures the Google Maps Street view of the same set of houses in Detroit from 2009 thru 2015. What a […]

Cops Can’t Tell the Difference Between a Motorcycle and a Car

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:59, Thursday, 06 August

They also need to be able to determine what STATE the license plate is from. Police apologize after girls handcuffed in stolen car mixup. Good God. This is the stupidest police action in a while. And THAT is saying something. Police then determined they had stopped the wrong car. It had Colorado license plates but […]

Are We Getting Anything for the Money We Spend on Education?

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:39, Thursday, 06 August

SiGraybeard has some interesting statistics. As The Teachers Unions Fight Reopening Schools As enrollment, and test scores have stayed contstant. Employees and total cost has skyrocketed. Click thru for the graph. You can see that total cost almost tripled, the total number of employees almost doubled while test scores were not affected at all. Unless […]

The American Legion was founded in 1919 as a veterans service organization for soldiers who served in World War One, and they chose the 10th anniversary of America’s entrance into the war to make a mass pilgrimage back to France. Calling themselves the Second American Expeditionary Force, some 20,000 Legionnaires traveled to Paris in September 1927 for the Legion’s 8th annual conference. Far more than just formal organization business, it was a chance for veterans to see the battlefields again, meet with their French counterparts, and generally have a really good time. The event was coordinated years in advance, and one small element of it was the minting of commemorative medallions – aka challenge coins. This example was sent to me by a viewer, who got it from the widow of an American WWI veteran who attended the event.

The American Legion has two v...

Viridian Introduces World’s First Hand Stop Laser

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 08:00, Thursday, 06 August

Stop. Laser time. Viridian have introduced what they believe to be the world’s very first hand stop which incorporates an integrated laser system – the HS1. The Viridian HS1 hand stop laser is compatible with the popular M-LOK attachment system and has a daytime-visible green laser. It has a 1.5-hour constant use battery life and an MSRP […]


Ruger's 2Q 2020 financial report shows strong increases.We live in interesting financial times. Though unemployment is reaching record levels, firearms and ammo purchases have skyrocketed. It has become exceedingly difficult to find most common gun industry products in stock, and what little stock there is typically doesn’t last long. Amidst all of this chaos, TFB recently reported that America’s oldest gunmaker, Remington, […]

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Be the envy of all your range buddies with the Colt 1877 Bulldog Gatling Gun!There are many good ways to flex on people at the range or on social media. You may choose to show off night vision equipment like TFB writer Nick, mountainous piles of suppressors like Editor-in-Chief Pete, or reveal an alarming amount of thigh meat like short shorts aficionado and town drunk TFBTV ringleader, James. A […]

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by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 04:30, Thursday, 06 August

Free Books- Part 210

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 04:29, Thursday, 06 August

Amazon has a tremendous number of FREE ebooks on their website.  You can find thousands of free kindle books on Amazon’s site every day.  These books can be downloaded to a Kindle reader or a free App on your phone or personal computer.  Even if you don’t have a Kindle, you can download a free Kindle reader for your computer or phone HERE.  


Here are a few free books that I think my readers might enjoy. Check these out.


One caution….


These books were free at the time I posted them. Prices change rapidly. Please check the price before you hit the“buy” button!


If you cannot see any of the links below, there is likely a setting in either your internet browser or ad blocking software that prohibits “live links.”  If you see a blank page below, check those settings.  I promise you that there are book links actually listed directly below.




The Big Bang

by Tam in View From The Porch at 04:07, Thursday, 06 August

Here's a really cool photo essay on the effects of the big blast in Beirut.

That was about fifteen B-17's bombloads worth of explosive going off all at once in one place.

AUSTIN, TX, U.S. — A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League (AG & AG) provides a critical and rapidly growing demographic to the roster of pro-Second Amendment, pro-gun voters for the 2020 election cycle: Women. Through education, outreach, and inclusion, AG & AG brings new families into responsible firearms ownership. A survey of more than 6,000 members reveals advocacy involvement and emerging industry trends. 

Pro-Gun Voters A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League Delivers Crucial Second Amendment Pro-Gun Voters Second Amendment Activism

“As the cornerstone of women’s training in America, AG & AG’s survey prov...

While in the past, polarized sunglasses were just worn by sturdy fishermen, nowadays they are available in a variety of stylish frame and designs that suits women, too. You will look chic and effortlessly cool while protecting your eyes when you do sports with polarized sunglasses. 

But polarized sunglasses are not only useful for fishing or for sports; in fact, they offer great protection for everyday life, too. 

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Wednesday, 05 August


Shocking Discovery

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 09:08, Thursday, 06 August

I am tired of funding China.  I am looking for a prism to teach my grandkids about spectroscopy, and therefore electron shells when the fall starts.  On Amazon "prism" of course puts Chinese made prisms at the top of the list, but adding "made in USA" to the search string gave me one just a few dollars more expensive (although not as big).  They make a cheaper one of plastic.  I am waiting for an answer if this is glass.

Even better, I searched endlessly and found the prism that I already own.  Nothing can be found after you move!

Usually because students preferred face-to-face.  But this semester, no problem.  I have 44 students in my online class at the college whose name we dare not say.

Tropical Storm Isaias

by ASM826 in Borepatch at 18:26, Wednesday, 05 August

It wasn't much of a storm when it got here. Came through during the night and I slept through most of it. But it was enough to snap off a 30" tree in my yard. That tree pushed over a second tree. It also just did reach the house. Tore off a couple of shingles, broke a small part of the roof on the porch and left a big leafy mess leaning against the side of the house.

A couple of good friends showed up last night. And my next door neighbors, a couple of college students, volunteered. It became a pretty good team and we cleared the tree, all the small limbs out to the road for the city to pick up and the bigger stuff piled on the edge of the woods.

I fixed the shi...


(Via Bayou Renaissance Man)

Well, it wasn't really a nuke, and it would be a very small one, but enlightening all the same.

Anti-Catholic Bigotry in the Senate

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 16:21, Wednesday, 05 August

And some Democrats now are saying that it is “Alt-right” to be concerned about religious liberty. Double Down: Hirono Stands By Anti-Catholic Smear, Calls Defense of Religious Liberty an ‘Alt Right’ Stance. Senators Kamala Harris and Mazie Hirono have criticized one of President Trump’s federal judicial nominees over his membership in the Knights of Columbus, […]

Pulsar TRAIL 2 LRF XP50 2020 modelEarlier this year we gave you a head’s up about the new upcoming products from Pulsar Thermal Imaging. Time flies and I’ve had the opportunity to examine and use both the Pulsar Accolade 2 LRF XP50 thermal binoculars and the Pulsar Trail 2 LRF XP50 thermal riflescope for a few months. This review will cover the […]

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POTD: Royal Navy FN M3M In Action

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 16:30, Wednesday, 05 August

In today’s Photo of the Day, we get a look at one of the Royal Navy’s .50 caliber FN M3M door guns in action. The photos were shared by 820 Naval Air Squadron, which is currently assigned to Britain’s new aircraft carriers – HMS Queen Elizabeth and HMS Prince of Wales. The FN’s M3M, also […]

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Wheelgun Wednesday: Smith & Wesson K-38 Target Masterpiece .38 SPL

by Adam Scepaniak in The Firearm Blog at 16:00, Wednesday, 05 August

K-38 Target MasterpieceIn this week’s Wheelgun Wednesday, we take a look at an older vintage Model 14 revolver from Smith & Wesson more commonly referred to by collectors as a K-38 Target Masterpiece chambered in the venerable .38 Special cartridge for target shooting. For target shooters throughout the 1950s – ’70s, this wheelgun was a popular option […]

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The Gimlet Knife

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 14:39, Wednesday, 05 August

Common in New Orleans during the mid 1800's the gimlet knife was a favorite of gamblers, saloon girls, businessmen and politicians.  Also called the push knife, or push dagger, it was an easily concealed blade that could be employed nearly instantly.  This example has a sheath on a latigo thong, so that it can be worn around the neck, concealed beneath a shirt o waistcoat.

US Quarter con for scale.

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Youthful Indiscretions

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 14:14, Wednesday, 05 August

Zoie H. v. Nebraska poses the question of whether Second Amemdment rights can be lost/suspended due to a conviction for which there is no right to a jury trial. In this case, it was a juvenile conviction, but I can also see it arising in the context of misdemeanor domestic violence convictions. [More]
If she can be trusted without a custodian, why is there even a question?

It’s August! That means it’s Nationals Shooting Sports Month and a time to celebrate Let’s Go Shooting. In case you haven’t seen it, here’s a link to my recent post at Women’s Outdoor News. In 5 Pistol Sports to Try for Shooting Sports Month, I share 5 of my favorite handgun sports. Here’s the video: […]

August 6, 1945: The Bombing of Hiroshima

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 12:21, Wednesday, 05 August

Tomorrow marks a notable anniversary. Shamelessly stolen from myself, from a few years ago… Just a few weeks after the first atomic bomb was detonated by the Manhattan Project in the desert Southwest (on July 16, 1945) the US Army Air Force dropped an atomic bomb, code named “Little Boy” on the city of Hiroshima, […]


Damned Pos Office

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 11:54, Wednesday, 05 August

Last month I ordered some steel targets.  They were shipped promptly and the company sent me a tracking notice.  No complaints with the company.

The US Post office says they've been in transit for two weeks now.  With no updates.

Two weeks?  Really?  C'mon, guys, you gotta do better than that.

First, read this:  What I Learned in the Peace Corps in Africa: Trump Is Right


Three weeks after college, I flew to Senegal, West Africa, to run a community center in a rural town.  Life was placid, with no danger, except to your health.  That danger was considerable, because it was, in the words of the Peace Corps doctor, "a fecalized environment."

In plain English: s--- is everywhere.  People defecate on the open ground, and the feces is blown with the dust – onto you, your clothes, your food, the water.  He warned us the first day of training: do not even touch water.  ...

More Tales of the Bizarro World

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:55, Wednesday, 05 August

Gang member carries out three shootings after being freed without bail: prosecutors [More]
Brought to you courtesy of "progressive" government...

While He's Still a Useful Idiot

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:38, Wednesday, 05 August

Revolutionary Communist Party leader backs Biden [More]
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A Right Delayed

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:04, Wednesday, 05 August

“They made it retroactive and did not tell us. That’s the deal,” Cochran said. “We had no idea. We could have asked [customers] if they had purchased a gun in June.The law does say 30 days, but everybody would have naturally assumed that it started July 1 — we all did,” he added.  [More]
Who thinks arrogant tyrants who presume to deny fundamental rights give a damn about confusing and inconveniencing their inferiors? Hell, that's just something else to laugh at.

[Via Mack H]

A Plan Comes Together

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:00, Wednesday, 05 August

If gun-control advocates get their way, law-enforcement officers and ordinary citizens alike will be powerless to stop violent crime. [More]
What does that tell us about the real intent behind all this?

[Via Mack H]

Not His First Rodeo

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:02, Wednesday, 05 August

Kelvis Rodriguez-Tormes extensive criminal rap sheet. [More]
There's a lesson to be learned here.  But what?

[Via Michael G]

The Face of the Earth

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:12, Wednesday, 05 August

[Via Michael G]

Case on SCOTUS docket: 2A and 6A

in Of Arms and the Law at 12:07, Wednesday, 05 August

Zoie H. v. Nebraska poses the question of whether Second Amemdment rights can be lost/suspended due to a conviction for which there is no right to a jury trial. In this case, it was a juvenile conviction, but I can also see it arising in the context of misdemeanor domestic violence convictions.

I'd heard of a 'Hush Puppy' before,

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 11:05, Wednesday, 05 August

but this fills in the gaps

Beirut Explosion Site

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 10:12, Wednesday, 05 August

Rumor has it that the Israelis blew up a Hezbollah rocket cache, unaware that next door was stored a massive amount of Ammonium Nitrate. Whoops!

POTUS = Liar

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 11:01, Wednesday, 05 August

In The Nation, Eric Alterman’s lengthy article states, “Not All Presidential Liars Are Created Equal”  He should know: doesn’t it take one to know one? While some of what he writes is the truth, he leaves out the most important parts.

He is right in one sense, in his closing: we MUST face the problem that IS government head-on.

He writes in part:

“One hardly needs to make the case that Donald Trump is a liar. Neither is it news that this is true of previous presidents as well. At the same time, the depth and breadth of Trump’s dishonesty is something decidedly new. … Trump’s ability to lie without concern for credibility is gruesomely impressive. In one three-day period in April 2019, Trump managed to make 171 ‘false or misleading claims’, according to The Washington Post fact-checking team. During a telephone interview with the Fox News talk-show host Sean Hannity, he managed 45 falsehoods in 45 minutes. This degree of lying qualifies as ‘pathological,’ and so yes, America has a pathological liar for its president.”

The artic...

FIMS SPBP Straight Pull Bullpup Rifle Now Available for Preorder (1)Back in April of 2019, we reported about a straight-pull bullpup rifle that was being developed by FIMS Firearms. Later, we had a chance to take a look at this rifle at SHOT Show 2020 and although it still was a prototype, it was already impressive in terms of overall ergonomics, balance and trigger pull. […]


New Bipod from GRS Riflestocks in Norway

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Wednesday, 05 August

grs bipodGRS Riflestocks from Norway has released their first bipod. Made from 6061 Aluminum and stainless-steel hardware, this bipod can either be mounted a top-mounted manner (as pictured) or in the traditional way underneath the barrel. Below you can find the press release about the GRS Bipod: Even though it was originally designed as a prone shooting, heavy […]

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Following on the heels of last year’s SP5 release, H&K has just announced the release of the SP5K PDW – an MP5K PDW for those of us without deep pockets or OP orders from Uncle Sam. Like the SP5, the SP5K PDW is about as close as you can get to owning the real thing. […]

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In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves reveals the H&K SP5K-PDW. The SP5K-PDW is, essentially, a civilian version of the H&K MP5K-PDW, which is, itself, an improved version of the H&K MP5K, which in turn is a shortened version of the H&K MP5.  In other words, the SP5K-PDW is a shortened civilian version of the […]

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Thyrm has just introduced its latest update to the SwitchBack flashlight ring platform – the SwitchBack DF. The Thyrm SwitchBack turns your compact flashlight into a flexible, tactical tool. Attaching a SwitchBack to your tactical flashlight allows you to use your handheld light while still maintaining a two-handed grip on your handgun. Thyrm Introduces the Switchback DF […]

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It’s not the Confederacy, long defeated, they are out to kill, but the thing that all radicals hate the most, the moderate ideas on their own side that compete with them for the hearts and minds of their base.

The mobs aren’t just here to smash up old Confederate officers. They’re out to destroy Lincoln and Grant, to tear down the Columbus statues erected by Italian immigrant groups who wanted to plant a civic flag to show they belonged, and the statues of assorted Union officers put up by other patriotic immigrant groups to show that they too had a place in the nation.

And what the mobs are out to destroy, most of all, is that old liberal vision of America. And, by the time they’re done, if there are any liberals still left, they will throw them in the same rivers and fires in which they’re casting those old symbols of progress, the explorer who defied the skeptics, the men who envisioned a representative republic, the emancipation of the slaves, and a modern America.

The mobs are coming for our history and our future. They’re coming for America and for progress. Americans used to believe that things will get...

Hey, Tbolt!

by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 06:06, Wednesday, 05 August

"Why do you keep showing these industrial films we saw back when there was a substitute teacher?"

I can't help it, I genuinely love watching these.  I know few others do.  I'll pump the brakes a bit.  Besides, I am AFK, and these are all on auto-pilot, member?  I set these up months ago, in the beginning of a disease pandemic.  For all I know I am dead right now. 

And you.  YOU had an unkind word about it.  I was just trying keep content up.  As I type this Kim Jong Un is sposedly dead.  And months later, NOW, I am dead too.  I bet you feel like a heel.

Or, I am fine.  Probably a better chance of that, actually, than lying on a slab.  I hope there is meat and toilet paper back in the stores.  This is like time travel.  Wait!  Tell me a winning May lottery ticket so I can take it back to April.  If it hits I will buy you a Browning Automatic Rifle.  Or, sell you one for $1 to keep all this on the up and up.  No, TWO!  Two rifles, not two dollars.


The Great Reset

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:18, Wednesday, 05 August

This coming technocracy involves close cooperation between the heads of the digital industry and of governments. With programs such as guaranteed minimum income and healthcare for all, the new kind of governance combines strict societal control with the promise of comprehensive social justice. [More]
Won't they be surprised to find the great reset involves hoisting the mouton again?

Playing It Safe

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:54, Wednesday, 05 August

Kansas Republicans on Tuesday nominated Rep. Roger Marshall for the Senate over polarizing conservative Kris Kobach, heeding the party establishment’s advice as it tries to keep a normally safe seat out of play in what could be a difficult year for the GOP. [More]
Yeah, nothing like dousing the fire in the bellies of the voters responsible for the last major GOP win...

Watch the Rinotopians blame their guy's loss on Trump if he gets his @$$ handed to him.

UPDATE: What a surprise: NRO sides with the American Dreamer. I think I'll hold my breath and wait for genius Dan McLaughlin to answer my challenge.


Maybe He Forgot to Duck?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:04, Wednesday, 05 August

Rapper FBG Duck was shot dead and two other people were wounded Tuesday in the Gold Coast on the North Side. [More]

The state attorney general filed three misdemeanor charges Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court against David Lacey for assault with a firearm for the March 2 incident. [More]

The Democrat old guard should expect more and more of that as the new wave of radicals continues to grow in power.

Tales of the Bizarro World

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:48, Wednesday, 05 August

The five plaintiffs in the lawsuit allege that the purchase of helmets, gas masks, protective clothing, goggles, gloves, boots, umbrellas and other gear they say are needed to fend off police pepper spray, less-lethal projectiles and other crowd-dispersal tools has impinged on their civil right to peacefully protest. [More]
Curious, how "anarchists" turn to the government and the lawless turn to the law...

[Via Michael G]

Domestic Enemies

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:36, Wednesday, 05 August

Hundreds of Domestic Terrorism Investigations Opened Since Start of George Floyd Protests, Official Says [More]
How many buildings have the Three Percenters and Boogaloo Bois torched again...?

[Via bondmen]

Not All Is As It Seemed

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:29, Wednesday, 05 August

Imagine that.

It still doesn't excuse multiple highly trained and professional "Only Ones" not being able to figure out a better way to restrain a suspect than kneeling on his neck for nine minutes.

[Via bondmen...

Back by Popular Demand

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:22, Wednesday, 05 August

Embattled St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner fended off a primary challenge from former city prosecutor Mary Pat Carl in decisive fashion. [More]

[Via bondmen]

We're the Only Ones OD'ing Enough

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:17, Wednesday, 05 August

Two men—one of them a police officer—overdoses on fentanyl they thought was cocaine [More]
Naturally, it's not in the interests of those paying for all this to know their corrupt moron employee's name.

[Via bondmen]

Here to Stay

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:28, Wednesday, 05 August

BREAKING: Justice Democrat & Black Lives Matter organizer @CoriBush defeated a corporate-backed political dynasty in #MO01.

From the Bronx to St. Louis, the Squad is here to stay, and it’s still growing.

— Justice Democrats (@justicedems) August 5, 2020

Old-guard Democrats, your offspring are coming for you first.

Think of it as political matriphagy.

400 years ago today the Mayflower sailed from Southampton for the New World.  My Great-to-the-9th grandfather was on it, which means that there have been twelve generations of my family causing trouble on these shores.  You're welcome, I guess.

The dock they left from is still preserved in the modern city.  You get to it via this sunken pathway:

Probably four centuries of city living have added a few feet of soil to the ground.  But past the old storage cave you get to a pub on the site of the dock:



Mind you, Cuomo loves taxing the hell out of anyone who gets rich, he's just one who realizes there's a limit to what they will, and have to, put up with.
Lawmakers have proposed a wealth tax targeting the city's 100 billionaires to help fill a $30 billion (£23bn) budget shortfall created by the Covid-19 crisis.
Cuomo wants the rest of the country to save them instead, because
 “A single per cent of New York’s population pays half of the state’s taxes,” he said, “and they’re the most mobile people on the globe.”

Retailers say the city is now the worst place to do business in the country, blaming its strict months-long lockdown and exodus of its wealthiest residents.

They report foot traffic at Manhattan stores is down 85 per cent from a year ago. Nearly 3,000 small businesses in New York City have closed for good in the past four months....

Wednesday Link Roundup

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 07:29, Wednesday, 05 August

Bacon Time!!!! starts us off with Sunday Linkage. Victory Girls Father Damien Gets Shade Thrown at Him by AOC Hogewash Sitting on Evidence WUWT Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis Takes Another Hit Pirate’s Cove also celebrated the weekend with Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup. Pacific Pundit discusses rumors of Handsy Joe picking Michelle Obama as a running […]

Le petit bal (Take 2)

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:39, Wednesday, 05 August

So I still believe that instrumental jazz is the absolute best music to listen to while reading in the evening. And you can’t go wrong with Miles Davis. This song is “Le petit bal (Take 2)” by Miles Davis, from the 1958 film Ascenseur pour l’échafaud.

Buckle Up…

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:59, Wednesday, 05 August

It gets bumpy from here. It’s Gonna Blow. No one is in charge in this collapsing shell game of a country. In Louisville hundreds of armed blacks threaten to “burn the motherfucker down,” meaning Louisville, if they don’t get their way. All cringe before them, with reason. They have guns. Larger numbers marched in Georgia, […]

Explosion in Beirut

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:19, Wednesday, 05 August

This is the best video I’ve found of the explosion in Beirut, Lebanon yesterday. It shows the explosion from 4 different vantage points. The second version points out why you shouldn’t stand in front of a glass window if you witness an explosion. You will see the flash before the shock-wave hits. All that glass […]

Both Versions of the CETME LV: Enosa and SUSAT

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 06:27, Wednesday, 05 August

The Spanish military used the CETME-L rifle as its standard rifle in the 1980s and 1990s. In addition to the standard model, they also had two versions of marksman’s CETME-Ls. These were designated the LV (“V” for “visor”, or scope). The Army used a domestic 4x scope of tradition design made by ENOSA (Empresa Nacional de Óptica S.A.; National Optics Factory). The Marines used the British SUSAT 4x optic. The two versions of the rifle for these optics each had different rear sight blocks for mounting; one a STANG compatible type with backup iron sights and one a simple dovetail rail. Today we are looking at examples of each.

Thanks to MarColMar Firearms for loaning me the SUSAT model for this video!

CCI Introduces MeatEater Line of Rimfire Ammunition

by Luke C. in The Firearm Blog at 07:00, Wednesday, 05 August

CCI Introduces their MiniMag MeatEater line of Rimfire AmmunitionMany of you will be familiar with the popular outdoorsman and hunter Steven Rinella. Recently, CCI has introduced a special brand of rimfire ammunition named after Steven’s show – MeatEater. This exclusive line of MiniMag and MaxiMag MeatEater ammunition is being launched with their newly refreshed website. CCI Introduces MeatEater Line of Rimfire Ammunition CCI […]

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New KO-1 IWB Kydex Holster from N8 Tactical

by Will P in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Wednesday, 05 August

N8 Tactical's new kydex IWB holster, the KO-1.Holster maker N8 Tactical began as a two-man experiment in 2009, with the “N8” being a riff on the two founders both being named Nate. Having been dissatisfied with other options on the market at the time, friends Nate Beard and Nate Johnson decided to come together to see if they could build a better […]

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by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 03:00, Wednesday, 05 August

At one time I know that the symbol for copper was the same as the alchemical symbol for woman or Venus, but I had forgotten until I saw this video

One of my favorite pastimes is to paint. Another is to go “bone hunting.” I decided to combine them both to make a super fun, gratifying and rewarding craft!

Simple Painted Art: Hunting for Bones

For a while now, every time I go outside on a hike or to hunt, I’m not only pursuing adventure or my quarry, I also search for what nature left behind. I always try to keep my eyes to the ground and scan for a little bit of white sticking out of the brush, or a pile of leftovers from a previous animal’s meal. Or, especially in the spring, for some recently-dropped sheds from a whitetail buck. And, when I am successful with a hunt, I try to use every part of the animal I can – and this includes the bones. This has become my biggest hobby.



Beirut explosion

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 21:40, Tuesday, 04 August

Via MSN:

A large cache of explosive material seized by the government years ago was stored where the explosions occurred, according to top Lebanese officials — specifically ammonium nitrate…

The cache was estimated to be 2,750 tons. Boomershoot uses about 1 ton each year. Timothy McVeigh used (IIRC) about 2.5 tons in the Oklahoma City bombing.

This is the best video I’ve seen so far:

Shocking video of massive #explosion from 7 different angles.
Reports of casualties are still coming in according to #Lebanon‘s health ministry. Still, no one is sure what caused the massive #blast that shook ...

Tuesday, 04 August


Senator Cruz is right.  Peaceful poests are one thing, rioting is another thing altogether.


by Mas in at 18:00, Tuesday, 04 August

Recent events around the country have raised lots of questions about defending oneself and family if caught up in one of the many riots.  I discussed that with Gila Hayes of the Armed Citizens Legal Defense Network (ACLDN) in the … ...

"Giant steps are what you take..."

by Tam in View From The Porch at 20:42, Tuesday, 04 August

This video shot with the new Sony A7S III is absolutely amazeballs...

It was such a wild shot that my palms forgot to sweat near the end there.

Florida Man

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 19:29, Tuesday, 04 August

The Other McCain notes Florida Man Strikes Again. In the annals of American journalism, one thing is forever certain. No matter what happens, “Florida Man” is always in the headlines In the long list of pointless crimes, this is more pointless than most. It must be something in the water… Over a long wait at […]

TFB Review: CMMG Mk17 – SIG P320 Mag Compatible PCC

by Rusty S. in The Firearm Blog at 17:00, Tuesday, 04 August

The CMMG Banshee/Resolute line of PCCs is one of the more impressive systems that has come out lately.  Instead of being straight blowback, it is a radial delayed blowback system. This enables the Banshee to be able to withstand higher pressure cartridges like 10mm Auto, and have softer felt recoil and less gas to the […]

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I mean losing I understand but when the city's team (or college's team) is victorious?  This sad headline following a black man's victory in a prizefight with a white guy is just mindnumbingly disturbing.

I've seen a few explosions in person, not on TV.

"That sounded like fireworks, T-Bolt.  Maybe it was a fireworks factory!"

Maybe.  It sounded like fireworks to me, too.  But I don't know.  Remember what I said before?  I am no explosives expert.

"There was a mushroom cloud!  That means it was a nuke!"

I am no explosives expert, BUT...  nah.

"This has to be one of the biggest non nuke man made explosions, ever, though!"

Again, nah.  When the Yamato blew, that was pretty big.  Texas City was pretty big, too.  Not to mention Halifax 30 years before that.  The unique thing about Beirut is all the cellphone footage.

"You know too much.  I thought you weren't an explosives expert, huh?"


Shots Fired

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 14:02, Tuesday, 04 August

Phoenix, AZ,  this guy was really trying hard to get shot by a cop.  The young officer responding to the call was a lot more patient with hi than I would have been, and she still had to shoot him.

Good job, officer.

A Wake-Up Call?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 14:40, Tuesday, 04 August

Suit filed against Sheriff Baker & Wake Co. for failure to issue gun permits [More]
This is one in-your-face "Only One" who has it in for gun owners, as evidenced by last year's range closure. Too bad damages won't come out of his pocket, but let's hope the county comes to realize it can't afford to keep this Baker goon in a position of influence....

What Can Brown Do to You?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 14:22, Tuesday, 04 August

It’s been one year since the Dayton shooting that took nine lives, and injured 27 others – all in a matter of 32 seconds. [More]

And you want us to disarm for you maniacs?

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by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 14:13, Tuesday, 04 August

This video contains content from CBS Television Distribution CMS, who has blocked it on copyright grounds. [Don't Watch]
And Lord knows it's not in their interests to show us what it is about "LIVE BLM & ALM PROTEST DEMONSTRATIONS" they don't want us to see.

[Via Matthew L]

One Question

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 14:06, Tuesday, 04 August

Armed Neighbors Defend Seattle Police Chief’s House From Mob [More]

[Via Michael G]

Welcome to Everytown

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:59, Tuesday, 04 August

Suburban life is characterized by a pattern of low-density development — owning a single-family home on a relatively large lot is practically synonymous with “the American Dream.” But this dream would be diminished (to say nothing of your diminished property value) if just down the street from your quiet cul-de-sac neighborhood a developer were to erect a massive complex of cheap apartments. However, such high-density development is exactly what Democrats mean when they promise “affordable housing,” and if you’re living in a prosperous suburb, this is the nightmare they’re planning for your community. [More]
Only a hater would object!

[Via Mack H]

Word Games

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:51, Tuesday, 04 August

Well, I’m not in a position to determine what the government can do in a forceful way. [More]
Perhaps. But he's absolutely in a position to give cover to those who are.

[Via Mack H]

In the post-9/11 world, it’s entirely possible that the Abraham Lincoln Brigade would have been on the wrong end of a drone strike.

I have just a huge tangle of mixed feels about this.
— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) August 4, 2020

Second try with subsonics

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 16:15, Tuesday, 04 August

I found a box of 53-grain V-Max I have for some reason, and loaded those in Federal cases over what Hodgdon shows as the max load of Trailboss, 4.0 grains.  Five with CCI sr primers, and five with Remington 6 1/2.  The latter are noted as not suitable for standard .223, but work great with things like .22 Hornet and .30 Carbine; since this is such a low pressure load I thought I'd give them a try.

The CCI loads gave an average velocity of 1096 fps, highest being 1126 and lowest 1048.
Remington loads averaged 1014fps, highest 1020 and the lowest 998.  At 50 yards, the five on the bottom(aimed at the bull) were CCI primed,

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The only way I'd go for that is if I could keep the knowledge I've gained since.  Especially both firearms and women.

POTD: M27 in United Arab Emirates

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 16:30, Tuesday, 04 August

M27 SAWSubject: Photo Of The Day Location: UNITED ARAB EMIRATES What’s going on? We’re looking at Lance Cpl. Mathew Graham, a designated marksman, assigned to Echo Company, Battalion Landing Team 2/8, 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) as he fires his M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle during a live-fire training. You can clearly see “Graham” on the stock […]

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Hot Gat or Fudd CrapWelcome everyone to the 59th edition of ‘Hot Gat or Fudd Crap?’, one of our many series here on TFB. If you’re new to the series, this is where we look at the most obscure firearms that are actually for sale and ask the question – is this Gat a sweet deal or only have […]

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But consulting the collective brain of the Internet solved it.  I have a Husky 5 drawer tool chest that I bought some years ago.  After we moved into the new house, the bottom four drawers kept sliding out, to the consternation of my lady's leg. 

Was the floor not level?  No, it was perfectly level (at least to Earth gravity).

There are apparently some detents made of plastic in the drawer carriers that wear out, and no you cannot buy replacements.

Solution: put a magnet on the frame where it meets the drawer.  I put one on each side just to be sure.  I had some neodymium magnets lying around to test the concept on the bottom two drawers, and they worked so well that I ran over to Ace Hardware in  Middleton.  (it is very nice not to need a 25 minute drive to a real hardware store.)  I bought some ceramic magnets and completed another drawer.  The top drawer can wait for another day;  it does not have this problem

The drawers open easily, but they will not slide open of their own volition.

Sic Semper 'n All That...

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:08, Tuesday, 04 August

The following day, July 31, Chief Smith assigned police to a security detail for Mayor Levar Stoney, citing “serious, credible, and ongoing threats to Mayor Stoney.” [More]
And the most Opposite Day "progressive" thing about it is the citizens his disarmament edicts will affect aren't the ones who are threats to him.

[Via Mack H]

BLM Protester Stabbed in Portland as Another Anti-Police Protester Shouts, ‘Call the Police!’ [More]
And I suppose the productive sector these communists are trying to tear down is expected to pay all medical costs...

[Via Michael G]

The Right Man for the Job

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:59, Tuesday, 04 August

This snarky "progressive" hit piece on him is testimonial enough for me.

Red ants: step on them before they get out of control.

The College Fix:

Slavemaker ant. Gypsy moth. Rape bug.

These are just three common English names listed in a spreadsheet of 60 plants and animals that have been recently deemed by some academics to have “problematic” monikers.

Herpetologist and University of Arizona Ph.D. candidate Earyn McGee, a science communicator and lizard enthusiast who runs a popular Twitter profile on her reptile expeditions, told The College Fix when asked about the spreadsheet that “There is no room for racism in science.”

There needs to be honesty about the history of ...

It was not dead Abenakis from Canada that vandalized the statue of Hannah Duston in Haverhill, New Hampshire.

Excerpted from the (seriously tainted by Leftist BS) Wikipedia account:

During King William’s War, Hannah, her husband Thomas, and their eight children lived in Haverhill, Massachusetts. On March 15, 1697, when she was 40 years old,[16] the town was raided by a group of about 30 Abenaki from Quebec. In the attack, 27 colonists were killed (most of them children), and 13 were taken captive, to be either adopted or held as hostages for the French. Hannah’s husband Thomas, who was ...

Aquila International, LLC, a US Defense contractor, have announced that they will provide Daniel Defense rifles to various Argentine military organisations. Aquila are the South American distributors for Daniel Defense and have been awarded contracts to supply the company’s M4A1, MK18 and DD5V3 and D4 rifles to elements of the Argentine Marines, Gendarmerie and Army Special Forces. Representatives […]


Nighthawk Custom & Korth Release Mongoose Silver .357 Magnum RevolverSince Nighthawk Custom and Korth started their partnership to bring the German revolvers to the US market, we’ve seen quite a few new models. From highly elaborate collector’s pieces to aggressively styled sports tools. Now, with the Silver version of the Mongoose, they are releasing a more traditionally styled model, which was actually first announced […]

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