Louisiana's governor John Bel Edwards is a West Pointer, and exemplifies what other officers who got their commissions from other sources call a "trade-school type". He never has an original thought and he's better at following than leading.
Today he made his weekly pronouncement, and once again he's following the trends in the state. This time by as much as a month. He's thinking about ending the mask mandate.
At his weekly briefing Thursday on the state’s response to COVID-19, the governor said that decision will depend on the data – but that we should know next week.
Bil, (you poor dumbass), most of the state has already decided to end the mask mandate. We just didn't bother you with the details. As a matter of fact, if yo look around the state, we've already made the decision. Once again, you're behind the curve. Just lie a West Pointer.
I'd feel sorry for the dumb sonofabitch, if he wasn't so arrogant in his p...
A couple of years ago we had a look at a few different semiautomatic pistols pursuing the reduction of the bore height over the hand. Among several commercial models, we saw a couple of promising prototypes from different periods. While these were highly innovative, they still kept a relatively traditional configuration. What we have here […]
Photo Of The Day: Above you can see some left-handed shooting with the UKM 2020 machine gun. As Poland changed teams and joined the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) in 1999, the challenge to adapt their firearms to common NATO ammunition arose. The PKM machine gun was already being produced in Poland under licence, but […]
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One of the most interesting debates I’ve heard lately is whether to carry a stock handgun or a handgun with upgrades. There’s been more than one occasion the last few weeks where I’ve heard guys arguing the pros and cons of carrying stock or upgraded handguns. Both have their valid arguments and it’s not a […]
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Promoting it when you are 12% of the population and the other 88% is heavily armed is braindead stupid. Most black people will consider the speaker both evil and stupid. But if you think fear of and prejudice against black people is bad now, consider what a few suburban attacks will do.
They stay a lot cleaner.
Over the past couple of years I finally shook the last of my chimney fire phobia and let my woodstove’s freak flag fly – ironically much reducing the probability of another chimney fire due to cool smoldering stove fires.
The police arrested a dog that was giving birth on the side of the road. She was littering.
Oxford University researchers have discovered the densest element yet known to science.
The new element, Governmentium (symbol=Gv), has one neutron, 25 assistant neutrons, 88 deputy neutrons and 198 assistant deputy neutrons, giving it an atomic mass of 312.
These 312 particles are held together by forces called morons, which are surrounded by vast quantities of lepton-like particles called pillocks.
Since Governmentium has no electrons, it is inert. However, it can be detected, because it impedes every reaction with which it comes into contact.
A tiny amount of Governmentium can cause a reaction that would norma...
Teenagers have been having fights including fights involving knives for eons. We do not need police to address these situations by showing up to the scene & using a weapon against one of the teenagers. Y’all need help. I mean that sincerely.
— DEFUND & ABOLISH POLICE, REFUND OUR COMMUNITIES (@BreeNewsome) April 21, 2021
Piddling around the house today, waiting on the FedEx guy. Doing laundry, entertaining the dawg. I can't work up any outrage about anything.
Victor Davis Hanson has a column up at PJMedia, and reading through it, I was struck y the feeling that I didn't understand what he was saying. I've been following Dr. Hanson's work for a long time, and I an a fan. I'm not even sure what his theses was.
For myself, I am struck by the knowledge that much of what is reported on tin the national news has no actual impact on me. The grass still grows, the dog still needs water, and whether or not some outrage occurs in a distant city really doesn't affect my acre. When I look outside, the grass still needs to be cut and the flower bed could use some work. I suspect that a lot of America feels the same way I do.
I've spent the last couple of weeks with like-minded 2A enthusiasts, and while the national politic was part of the conversation, it was a tiny part. Coming out of the Covid madness, we simply happy to enjoy each other's c...
Utah-based Christensen Arms have introduced the new Modern Precision Pistol (MPP). Weighing in at between 4.4 to 5.8lbs depending on calibre, the bolt action pistol offers precision in a package that can fit into a standard backpack. The pistol is available in 300BLK, .223 Rem, 6.5 Creed and .308 Winchester with barrel lengths ranging from […]
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Those who have never used high-quality binoculars are missing out. Over ten years ago, I bought my own first pair. They took a substantial bite out of my pocket, but the optical quality still amazes me and I never regret the purchase. Mine also has an integrated laser rangefinder, just like the new Kahles HELIA […]
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If you shoot unsuppressed, you’ve got to wear hearing protection. Even with a suppressor, sometimes depending on the specific can and host, it can still be needed. Other than using silencers to protect your hearing, there are two basic types of ear pro, each with its own pros and cons: in-ear and over-ear. You might […]
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We must join together to defeat the racist Critical Race Theory and other maddened toxins oozing from leftists.
April 27, 2021
When it comes to woke tyranny, are the worms beginning to turn?
[I have nothing to add.—Joe]
Oh, hey, look! It's the new (G42 series) BMW M440i! Hey, that's a pretty slick-looking ride from the side...
...or, "There is nothing new under the sun." (Although the opinions seen as publishable in The Atlantic have definitely swung a hundred and eighty degrees.)
"But it is not alone that the presumption regarding the immigrant of today is so widely different from that which existed regarding the immigrant of thirty or fifty years ago. The immigrant of the former time came almost exclusively from western and northern Europe. We have now tapped great reservoirs of population then almost unknown to the passenger lists of our arriving vessels. Only a short time ago, the immigrants from southern Italy, Hungary, Austria, and Russia together made up hardly more than one per cent of our immigration. To-day the proportion has risen to something like forty per cent, and threatens soon to become fifty or sixty per cent, or even more. The entrance into our political, social, and industrial life of such vast masses of peasantry, degraded below our utmost conceptions, is a matter which no intelligent patriot can look upon without the ...
Microsoft this week released a preview version of Windows Subsystem for Linux GUI, or WSLg, which provides a way to run Linux applications with graphic interfaces on Windows devices.
"You can use this feature to run any GUI application that might only exist in Linux, or to run your own applications or testing in a Linux environment," explained Craig Loewen, program manager for the Windows Developer Platform at Microsoft, in a...
Instapundit pointed me to these hysterical Toronto Police bragging about guns they have taken off the street. While I think Canadian gun laws are stupid, at least some of these guns in criminal hands would be a public safety concern. Others make me wonder if they realize how silly this makes them look. As much as I hate antisocial media the responses to stupid can be riotously funny:
A recent editorial by Branas and associates appeared in JAMA Psychiatry: “Beyond Gun Laws—Innovative Interventions to Reduce Gun Violence in the United States”. They give a bit of a positive message—interpersonal interventions to reduce violence can be helpful. The authors cite a review from the sociology literature finding that starting small, local organizations focused on […]
I have a feeling she was riffing on this skit.
The answer to this is obvious.
It’s tragic, but everything I see in this video indicates it was a legally justified use of lethal force. Yet we have people saying things like this:
[series of twitter posts outlining how evil the Ohio cop was for defending an unarmed girl’s life by using deadly force against the armed girl who was trying to kill her]
White cops should probably just stay out of black neighborhoods or refuse to respond to calls involving blacks. When you can save a young black girl’s life and still be decried as a horrible, evil, terrible person, it’s just not worth it anymore.
If the cop works in a department that requires them to respond when called, show up at the scene and be a good witness. Stand off to the side, let it play out and then dutifully mark where the bodies ended up after it’s all over. Don’t get involved, don’t render aid, don’t do anything until it’s all over with because if you involve yourself in any way, they’ll find a way to make you...
Years ago, Ronald Reagan (not exactly a libertarian hero, I admit) said, “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the Government, and I’m here to help.”
Everything we see in this messed-up world today proves this statement has a lot of truth.
Indeed, if one chose to always do exactly the OPPOSITE of what the FedGov (and State governments, and local governments) encourages (and often orders) you to do, you stand a good chance of living a far better life.
(I’m not talking about running stop signs or stoplights, people. As the old saying goes, a stopped clock is right twice a day. (Or are there too few people old enough to understand that any more?) I am talking about things a wee bit more complex.)
Government says “send your children to public school,” then you should opt out and find virtually ANY other way to educate your children.
Government says “wear a mask all the time,” then you should strongly consider NEVER wearing a mask.
Government says “normal people don’t need an AR-15”...
Last week in my hometown of Columbus, Ohio police officers had to shoot an armed patient in a local hospital. Officers recorded the entirety of the close range shooting with their body cameras. The shooting was unusual both by happening in a hospital and requiring a close quarters empty hand response to a lethal threat. Since quite a few readers wrote in asking about my thoughts on the case, I decided to share my analysis.
Let’s set the stage…..
Westerville (a Columbus suburb) police officers were dispatched to a call about a man unconscious in a vehicle. Officers arrived and found Miles Jackson unconscious and suffering from an opioid overdose. The officers summoned medical attention and medics transported Mr. Jackson to a nearby hospital for treatment.
During this process, Westerville officers determined that their overdose patient had active warrants for both Domestic Violence and Weapons Under Disability (being in possession of a firearm as a convicted felon) out for his arrest. Westerville officers arrested the man at some point in his treatment and stood by until off...
Introduced in 1937, the Type 97 was basically a copy of the ZB 26/30 pattern light machine gun adapted to use in Japanese tanks and armored cars. The adaptations included mounting an optical sight to the left side fo the action, moving the iron sights to the right, and moving the recoil spring to wrap around the gas piston so that a folding stock could be used. About 15,000-17,000 of these guns were made in 7.7x58mm (rimless), and used to equip all of the tanks and armored cars in Japanese service from 1937 until the end of World War Two.
Cabot Guns has announced the reintroduction of the National Standard pistol. Made with a combination of precision machining and hand fitting, this pistol is advertised to be “a benchmark that sets the modern standard for an American classic“. Let’s see what features this 1911 packs. Cabot Guns National Standard pistols are available chambered in .45 […]
The deaths in the first hump (1) are old people in crowded parts of the county. The deaths in the second hump(2) are when it spreads to the county as a whole. Just a theory. Nice to see the drop off now.
And below is nationwide. Also good news, trendwise. I don't see how this thing can flare up again without a massive mutation that defeats all the vax.
Today is the birthday of the late Charles Rankin Bond, Jr., who was born in Dallas on April 22, 1915. (Died, 2009.) He was one of the last of the AVG Flying Tiger pilots. Today is the birthday of actor Eddie Albert (born Edward Albert Heimberger April 22, 1906.) He died May 26, 2005, at age 99.) For his actions in the battle of Tarawa, he was awarded the Bronze Star with “V” device. — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 94 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: …
(Continued from Part 2. This concludes the article.) Can you hear me now? How do you plan on communicating when your cellphone doesn’t work? There are numerous radio options available including FRS/GMRS, MURS, CB, Marine band, and ham bands. Having spare radios and accessories will be important and those spares should be stored in Faraday cages. The problem with radio communications is that they are not secure, meaning others can listen in on your conversations gathering information that might then be used against you. Some of those radios will require batteries too that may give out at some point and …
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SurvivalBlog presents another edition of The Survivalist’s Odds ‘n Sods— a collection of news bits and pieces that are relevant to the modern survivalist and prepper from “JWR”. Our goal is to educate our readers, to help them to recognize emerging threats, and to be better prepared for both disasters and negative societal trends. You can’t mitigate a risk if you haven’t first identified a risk. Today, we look at Second Amendment Sanctuaries. Putting Nuclear Bombers Back on Alert? Top nuclear commander says he will push to put bombers back on alert if US gets rid of its ICBMs. Thanks …
The report also provides some nebulous “justification” political talking points, like “it appears that the use of unmarked ‘ghost guns’ in shooting sprees, shootouts with police, and other crimes have also increased,” along with some anecdotal incidents to emphasize the point. What it does not do is quantify the scope of the perceived “problem” or qualify how such a rule change will do anything more than infringe on the rights of those inclined to obey laws. [...
It’s the time of year when the humidity level begins creeping its way up. My first concern is the havoc it wreaks on my hair, since no amount of straightening product tames this wild mane. My second, more important concern, is the costly damage humidity may cause to firearms and other items in my vault. Thankfully, Lockdown offers products to help control and monitor humidity.
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Here’s a rundown of just some of the products Lockdown offers to help monitor and control the humidity in your vault, cabinet or other storage areas....
Choosing ammo for 3-gun matches can be a daunting task. After competing in my third Olympics in Biathlon, I dove into 3-gun in 2014. Like many people, I made a great deal of mistakes along the way, but learned a lot about equipment and ammunition. Over the past seven years, I have experimented with many different kinds of ammunition and found a few things that might help you in your decision-making. Choosing the correct ammunition can help you gain an advantage over your competitors. Below, I’ve broken down some of the things to consider when choosing ammunition for competition shooting.
I had problems with the Boomershoot weather station and web cam for the last few months. There were some power issues in January (not enough solar), a web cam died, gophers ate a power cable, and then the webcam went sideways:
Last weekend I got everything is working again just in time for Boomershoot 2021. Here is a picture from this evening
The Arizona Senate, which is controlled by Republicans, is ready to start a major audit of 2.1 million ballots for the 2020 presidential election. The recount will be done by hand this time.
The state Senate said in March that they would be conducting a “broad and detailed” audit, adding that they’ll test voting machines, scan ballots, look for IT breaches, and perform a hand count.
I find this part of the article particularly interesting (emphasis added):
Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Jack Sellers told Fann in an email obtained by the Epoch Times that the upcoming audit “is not a joint effort between the County and the Senate Republican Caucus.”
In a response to an April 2 email from Fann, Sellers wrote: “Maricopa County performed the audits of the election required and permitted by law. As required by law they were bipartisan and...
A police officer arrives on the scene to reports of teenage girls trying to stab other girls. Nine seconds after opening his car door the officer draws his gun as the perpetrator chases a girl while trying to stab her. Two seconds after that he fires his first shot as she winds up to stab a different girl. Four shots are fired in two seconds and the perpetrator is on the ground with a knife by her side. That is how fast things happen in real life.
It’s tragic, but everything I see in this video indicates it was a legally justified use of lethal force. Yet we have people saying things like this:
Biden's BATF is proposing changes to make 80% receivers into firearms with all the manufacturer licensing and transfer rules that this entails. The Reload has more details.
By David Crane April 21, 2021 The Reload has obtained a 107-page Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) document that details the Biden administration’s plant to ban “Ghost Guns” made from 80% parts kits. Here’s an interesting, substantive excerpt from The Reload’s story on it: The document reworks and broadens the definition of …
A couple of weeks ago, we published an article telling about the release of the Standard Manufacturing G4S rimfire rifle. Despite its modern look, the design elements of this rifle indicate that it is likely based on the Standard Manufacturing 1922, a scaled-down semi-auto rimfire replica of the Thompson submachine gun. This started a discussion about […]
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From Lucky Gunner:
I guess the opposite of sniping is machine gunning from an unsteady platform? Well, here we are on board an MH-60S Knighthawk behind a fully-loaded GAU-21 and I assume that anyone on the dangerous side of it dare to call it inaccurate. This is the topic for our Photo Of The Day and we have […]
Over the past couple of weeks, we have taken a look at one of Taurus’ newest firearm introductions for 2021 in the Taurus Raging Hunter chambered for .460 S&W Magnum. Their entire series of Raging Hunter revolvers in their various barrel lengths, cartridges, and finishes have been tremendously popular since their inception, but the .460 […]
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The unthinking Twitter world (but I repeat myself) is ablaze with unwarranted outrage about another black person shot by a police officer. However, from everything I've seen, including the bodycam footage, it was righteous shooting.
The facts are simple. The police roll up on a disturbance and while trying to figure out what is going on, a young female starts swinging a knife, apparently trying to injure another female nearby. One shot is fired. The knife-wielding female drops to the ground. You can see news coverage here.
Below, a screen grab of what the police officer saw the instant before he fired his weapon.
Underground Arms Watch returns with a brief glance at recently seized craft-produced arms by law enforcement around the globe. Spanish police have released details of a raid on an illegal manufacturing operation in Tenerife which was conducted last September. It appears mostly Glock pistols were being assembled, presumably using smuggled parts to combine with 3D […]
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You and I both know the cops are all in on guns and the NRA. I see a lot of them as the problem.
April 20, 2021
Comment to Can Utah ignore federal laws that restrict gun rights? Lawmakers are asking.
[With an attitude like this you have to conclude they are either delusional in their view of reality and/or are knowingly enabling evil.—Joe]
What did the car say when it got hurt?
I really need to get back into doing these. So here you go.
Mozilla is removing support for downloading files from FTP links. All in all, this is a good thing - we've known that passing unencrypted usernames and passwords across the Intarwebs is A Very Bad Thing Indeed for oh, 30 years or so.
Google: Here's a cool new privacy feature. Everybody: Nah, we're good
Google has a new privacy "solution" that pretty much everybody thinks is designed to rip off users' privacy even more. The Vivaldi team released a statement that really sums up why none...
King Harv’s offers “coffee from absolutely everywhere,” including one surprising venue.
There are many things mankind is not meant to know about. One of these is the fact that Mars has been settled since 2002, specifically for the purposes of coffee cultivation. King Harv’s Imperial Coffees Mars to be precise.
It started long, long ago. I am the son of King Harv, well known coffee tycoon and millionaire philanthropist. I was just a recent Chemistry graduate and Software engineer who had been tinkering for years on the topic of space travel. Specifically with the use of the metal wires steaming out of the Army’s Hellfire missiles being used not for destruction, but as a dynamic bridge to the planets. Now each missile has a wire capacity of about 2.5 miles. ...
My first thought after hearing the results of the Chauvin trial was that it came out the way it did because the jurors were scared to death to come up with any other result.
Although the jurors were technically sequestered during the deliberation phase--meaning that they were in a hotel and were told not to watch news pertaining to the trial, Chauvin's defense attorney argued that there was no way to cut them off completely from news peripheral to the trial.
All the jurors were aware of the riots and destruction.
There really couldn't be any other result under the circumstances.
It was not justice. It was a rubber stamp bowi...
NoDak Spud has recently developed a set of aftermarket iron sights for the popular Ruger American Ranch rifles. For the most part, new production bolt action rifle manufacturers seem to have forsaken iron sights in favor of the expectancy that users will add an optic of their choosing. The Ruger American Ranch rifles are quite […]
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NEMO Arms, a company primarily known for manufacturing AR-pattern rifles and their recoil-reducing BCG/buffer system, has entered the market of double-barreled shotguns. According to the company, their new line of Over & Under shotguns “will tie in nostalgic features of classic shotguns that we all know and love, with the added modern twist of NEMO’s […]
One of the most significant new products in the recently published 2021 catalog of Austrian VOERE Präzisionstechnik GmbH is a dedicated LE iteration of their M2 bolt-action rifle called M2 Police Edition. This is a short action rifle available in .308 Winchester or 6.5mm Creedmoor calibers. Let’s see what features this rifle packs. The free-floated barrel […]
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Yesterday morning's typing was interrupted by a loud sound from down the hall. I couldn't identify it, and assumed one of the cats had knocked over something heavy.
It seems that a Minnesota jury found Derek Chauvin guilty on all three counts in the death of George Floyd. The jury deliberated less than 24 hours in one of the most hyped trials of this decade. I assume that the verdict was unanimous.
I have participated in dozens, maybe hundreds of jury trials during my 37 year career as a cop. The one firm rule on a jury is you never know what they are going to do. Most of the time, they arrive at the correct conclusion. Other times they whiff it. History will judge whether or not the jury reached the correct conclusion in this trial. I'm fairly certain that there will be an appeal.
Juries are the cornerstone of the American legal system. The idea that a panel of citizens will objectively look at the evidence and judge the actions of another citizen is rooted in history and jurisprudence. I have great faith in the jury system, but I'm also experienced enough to know that sometimes they do some jacked-up stuff. I could tell you stories about juries, but this isn't the place.
I did a quick Google search, and couldn't find any information on what the streets in Minnea...
So, the mostly peaceful protest at the capital on Jan 6 that has been repeatedly characterized by democrat politicians and their PR department in the media as a “deadly attack” and “armed insurrection” resulted in five deaths.
The cause of deaths of the first four came out pretty quickly
Well, we finally got the official cause of death of the last one, the one that the “armed insurrection” has been accused of killing. That we heard was brutally murdered by being beat in the head with a fire extinguisher.
Wellll maybe not:
Capitol Police officer Brian D. Sicknick suffered two strokes and died of natural causes a day after he confronted rioters at the Jan. 6 insurrection, the District’s chief medical examiner has ruled.
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It is another day – and another mass shooting.
It is another day – and another killer cop gunning down yet another young black man.
It is another day – and another vicious attack against an Asian here in America.
Water torture? Maybe, drop by drop by drop. More and more fear, day by day and hour by hour, poisoning our society, our culture, our land.
Is it the fault of the so-called liberals, the falsely-named progressives? According to many of the heirs of Limbaugh it is.
Is it the fault of the racist, white-supremacy, founders and neo-Confederates and anyone that is “white”? According to many of the social-justice warriors it is.
Is it because Biden and crew are busy doing all the things that they are? So Trump and other GOP types claim.
Is it the legacy of the evil Trump and GOP? So Schumer, Pelosi, and dozens of other high-profile Democrats and celebrities claim.
Frankly, I think that they all can be blamed for a part of it. Why? Because just as “sex sells” when it comes to advertising, so does fear sell when it comes t...
I went to the DC Metropolitan Police Department Facebook page looking for a potential photo for an AmmoLand article I'm prepping for publication and came across this. Interesting, that FB said my wishing everyone a contemplative Bill of Rights Day violated its "community standards" within minutes of it being posted, yet this has been up for three days.
I wanted to get this posted before they take it down. I wonder if the Secret...
Many the nations that adopted the FAL (or L1A1, in Commonwealth terminology) opted to also use a heavy-barreled variant of the same rifle as a light support weapon. In the Commonwealth, this was designated L2A1 and it was used by Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. The Australian model was build at Lithgow and supplied to the Australian and New Zealand forces, as well as being exported to a variety of other nations including Ghana, India, Singapore, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, and others (total Lithgow production was 9,557). It has a 21” heavy barrel and a distinct folding bipod with wooden panels that act as handguard when the bipod is folded up. Doctrinally, the L2A1 was intended to be used in semiauto most of the time, with the bipod and heavy barrel allowing greater sustained semiauto fire than a standard rifle.
A 30-round magazine was developed and issue...
Designed by brothers Charles and Sebre Howard and first patented in 1862, this is a single shot lever action produced by the Whitneyville Armory between 1866 and 1870. It is a really neat compact design that is all contained within a tube. The system was made in rifle, sporting rifle, and shotgun configurations, with a total production of not more than about 1700. The rifle pattern guns, like this one, were chambered for .44 Rimfire. A prototype military configuration example was tested unsuccessfully by the US military in 1867.
Over the years, TFB has periodically reported on new linear compensator products that have been released. Some previous examples of these devices have included the model that is probably the most well-known take on the linear comp concept: the SureFire Warden, as well as others like the VG6 Precision CAGE device, Area 419’s Hellfire model, […]
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Thanks to Amazon order history, I know that this brand of gun belt will last exactly 3.5 years before it delaminates.
To be a good stiff leather belt, desirable for those that are unaware, normal belt leather is sewn to another normal belt layer. Inside to inside. Of the cow skin. Double layers make the belt double priced, typically. With really good stitching, this will last a while. Duluth Trading company makes a "Lifetime Belt" where the stitching lasts a year and the two leather layers come apart a little. The scourage of delamination. Which is sub-optimal. Fine for holding up pants when it delaminates. Starts to be an issue with holding up pants and holster.
All this is for a belt that looks fine at work and doesn't scream, "Steel core camo tacti-belt, watch out this guy is prolly a retired Army Ranger or something. Or wishes her were so." I dunno how long them fancier belts last. Haven't tested them. But...
April 21st is Aggie Muster, for all Texas A&M graduates. Aggie Muster celebrations/meetings are held as far away as Japan, Germany, and Afghanistan. April 21st was selected as the day to celebrate Muster since that is the anniversary of the Battle of San Jacinto, where Santa Anna’s army was defeated by the Texian Army led by Sam Houston. — This leaked draft document from the ATF is just about as clear as mud: Definition of “Frame or Receiver” and Identification of Firearms. So it appears that not only are they going to soon restrict 80% receivers, but they also want …
(Continued from Part 1.) Where do we Start? Like everything we do in survival we have to look at vulnerability, that is: That which can hurt us the most and quickest. In my opinion safe and plentiful potable water is the highest priority. So, what can we do now to build our own water infrastructure so that when our blue 55-gallon drum is empty we don’t die of dehydration or cholera? Depending upon your living situation (urban/suburban/rural) this may be a simple process or a major challenge. The point however is to ensure that you have the infrastructure ready to …
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“The superior man, when resting in safety, does not forget that danger may come. When in a state of security he does not forget the possibility of ruin. When all is orderly, he does not forget that disorder may come. Thus his person is not endangered, and his States and all their clans are preserved.” – Confucius, in The Analects
I like where this went:
0:20 – HIM: “Don’t do it at home.. don’t do it on your street”. ME: *picturing where / when I’m going to try it*
1:11 – This is where the meat & potatoes as they say, begins.
1:48 – At this point I can’t really tell if the whole “my son asked me a question, and this is what we’ll do” thing is real, or if I’m being trolled and this is actually a joke.
2:32 – My man brought the AR-15 out to play ...
This week, as our dogwood tree bloomed and pollen fell, I decided to make an easy dessert in honor of spring. These Spring, No Bake Birds’ Nest Cookies are quick, tasty and fun for the whole family to make. I enlisted the aid of my greatest Little Helper, my nearly two-year-old daughter. Here she is with her “payment” for helping in the kitchen – pretzel sticks and a sampling of some of the ingredients used in the birds’ nests....
That’s my story and I’m sticking to it. You can’t be too careful at my age and social stratum, even with all that white privilege.
Actually it turns out BB and SIL picked a perfect time to visit, as April is an unpredictable month and things got quite sit-inside-and-wait-for-it-to-pass right after they left. Yesterday was the worst; never got out of the mid-forties with lots of wind and rain and even some hail. Nothing to do but sit inside and read books, leaving nothing to blog about. I gave up the political filler years ago, cutting my reader numbers in half* but leaving me calmer and happier.
There is perhaps no more well-known American domestic battle than the battle of Athens, TN. War-weary veterans returning from the various theatres of WWII came home only to face a machine steeped in corruption and faced yet another battle for liberty – the Battle of Athens. Today, we’ll be going over this famous battle and […]
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Recently we showed some pretty unique pictures of the new Accuracy International sniper/competition rifle in the USASOC International Sniper Competition. I personally love these types of pictures, and it seems like I am not alone. In our Photo Of The Day, we look at some more competitors in this event, as they engage targets at […]
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from Ev Nappen, who handles a LOT of cases of gun owners who run afoul of NJ laws.
This weekend I attended the ECQC class from ShivWorks held in Utah. To get an idea of what it is like, here’s the official link.
I’ve heard about ECQC for years. Even among my most hard core training junkie friends, this is the class they all recommend and keep going back to. I was supposed to go last year but had to cancel when I got sick (stupid Corona). I am so glad I got to go this time because it was honestly one of the best training experiences I’ve had in my life. ...
I know I said for the time being, as my wife recovers, I'm going to limit blog posts to article announcements and the like. I'm breaking my own rule here, but this is, after all, my blog.
I just got done watching the pre-ordained Chauvin "guilty" verdicts and I saw something I considered curious about CBS News' go-to guy for their after-action discussion, Lorenzo Boyd, the University of New Haven's VP for Diversity and Inclusion and CDO. I wonder how many noticed what I did on his bookshelf:
Welcome everyone to the 89th edition of Hot Gat or Fudd Crap, one of our many series here on TFB. If you’re new to the series, this is where we look at the most obscure firearms that are actually for sale and ask the question – is this Gat a sweet deal or only has […]
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A draft Notice of Proposed Rule-Making covering “unfinished frames/receivers are guns” has leaked. It turns out to be far more than just “ghost guns.” Included is the very definition of firearm, firearm parts (if it sorta looks like ot could made into a part, it is the part), frames, receivers, silencers, gunsmith, and more.
You can find an analysis of the draft NPRM, in the form of a formal comment to be submitted when the final is published here; Analysis: “Definition of “Frame or Receiver” and Identification of Firearms”.
Yes, these remarks will be included.
Is there anyone in the ATF with two functional brain cells?
I suspect the use of recreational pharmaceuticals.
The question of recreational pharmaceuticals comes to mind again. Or perhaps medication is NEEDED.
To summarize, I oppose this irrational, and sometimes self-conflicting rule.
Believe me, those cracks were called for....
Why does Waldo wear a striped shirt?
Because he doesn't want to be spotted.
Look at how the main stream media reacts differently to Trump making comments on the legal process versus Biden. From Fox News:
Well, it's a good thing that some folks aren't choosing to get an injection because the vaccine makers are punting their control groups in their testing. They say it's 'unethical' to keep people from getting a shot for a virus that has a 99.6% survival rate. What this means is there is going to be no comparative safety data for these gene therapies. We also won't know if they actually work or what side effects manifest that can be attributed to these injections.
Per the link above:
None of the COVID-19 vaccines currently on the market are actually licensed. They only have emergency use authorization — which, incidentally, also forbids them from being mandated, although this is being widely and conveniently ignored — as trials are still ongoing.
At the earl...
I'm cleaning up the detritus after two solid weeks of shooting in major matches, one of which I hosted. Everything in my barn that related to shooting had to be loaded on to a trailer and transported 100 miles. Now, it's time to put everything back in place, test it, and make sure that it is ready for a club match on Saturday.
I have to mail a couple of trophies because for one reason or another, the shooter wasn't three to claim it.
There is some piddling paperwork to do to close the books on the match.
When you start moving large quantities of material, you find dust in places where you haven't looked in a year, and it was the case in the barn. I've been sweeping prior to putting things away, and the barn is cleaner now than it's been in over a year.
The next major match Belle and I will attend is the Kansas State Championship in the middle of June and Wichita, KS. That match looks to be a lot of fun, and we're looking forward to a mini-vacation where we are purely participants.
On the political spectrum, the left has gone totally barking-moonbat crazy, and it's both interesting and frightening to see what's happening.
The Austrian optics company Kahles has released several interesting products lately. TFB reviewed the Kahles K18i Riflescope with IPSC Reticle last year and it’s still one of the best Low Power Variable Optic on the market. TFB just got the brand new K525i Dynamic Long Range riflescope to review as well. When I got the new […]
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RCBS is one of the biggest names in reloading and also happens to be one of the most trusted companies for purchasing reloading equipment and supplies. The RCBS Matchmaster lineup includes both a neck bushing sizer die and a micrometer adjustable bullet seater die so that reloaders can get their case neck tension and bullet […]
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There’s no reason anyone needs to have an assault weapon. There’s no reason that there shouldn’t be universal background checks to ensure guns don’t get in the hands of people who should not have those guns.
White House Press Secretary
April 19, 2021
In first White House TikTok Live, Jen Psaki talks gun control, police reform
[Don’t let your opposition control the topic of the debate. If you’re defending your losing. Turn the above into something like:
There is no reason for common sporting firearms to be banned. There is no good that can come from background checks. If someone cannot be trusted with a gun why are they allowed in public without supervision? The Second Amendment is absolute. If you are working to infringe the right to keep and bear arms I hope you enjoy your trial.
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Spelunking in the archives here, I ran across this excellent article from 2009. I have linked to snips of it before, but the entire article is well worth the 15 minutes to read and digest. Yes, it's a number of years old but what is fascinating is that the objections raised in the article have yet to be addressed. Here's an excerpt:
I have looked at the raw temperature record for the USA (USHCN data) and the Bureau of Meteorology data for Victoria, Australia. Both show fluctuations of temperature with time but zero underlying trend for the last century. By contrast, the official IPCC endorsed data shows a strong underlying upwards trend. When I investigate why the difference, I find that the raw data has been adjusted for several supposed factors and every one of these adjustments created a warming trend. This implies that the claimed ...
I write this on the occasion of the 47th Vice President’s1 Executive Order regarding “gun” “control”2. I anticipate that my readers would expect me to excoriate him and his ilk and denounce them as tyrannical, ill-informed, and a threat to our nation’s foundational principles. All of these points are true, but they aren’t going to […]
If cookies go a few weeks without getting eaten, they turn weirdly soft or dissolve into fine dust. If cookies go 1,300 years w...
The very sick young man in Indianapolis who gunned down eight people was a My Little Pony fan. What I didn't know, but there's a whole bunch of adult men who have an entire fandom and fantasy about My Little Pony.
From what I'm reading, several publications really, really tried/are trying to link MLP to white supremacy because the 'Bronies' (bro ponies) are mainly adult white men.
Now, I'm not a pundit, but my guess, from meeting at least one Brony in person, is that adult male My Little Pony enthusiasts are most likely gay. That's not to say that white supremacists can't be gay, but I'm betting that My Little Pony forums are not a gathering place for them. And many gay men are liberal (again it's not universal, but a large majority are). The Venn diagram does have quite a bit of overlap though.
It's amazing how many publications tried to link two disparate ideologies together though. Insightful publishing, not.
As I’ve said many times, in the current environment, there are soon going to be only two kinds of cops – the REALLY good ones: who are still doing it because they love the work and have a sense of duty, even though they’re treated like the scum of the earth, and the REALLY bad ones: The ones who “get off” on the power of the badge, who are corrupt, or who are so inept they know they’d never make it in the world of business where you actually have to produce something to succeed.
As the younger generation who’ve come up learning that “All Cops Are Bastards” and that policing is inherently racist reach adulthood, the first kind is slowly going to disappear.
Who, in their right mind, would want a job where you’re hated by half the population, working crap hours, underpaid and expected to perform perfectly in every respect every time without fail…and, even if you do perform perfectly, if the outcome turns out badly, there’s a very good chance you’ll be thrown under the bus, at best lose your job and at worst end up in prison?
About two years ago, my wife and I were in the garage and we heard a big bang against the garage door. We quickly went outside and saw a group of black kids walking down the street. Now, normally the race of the kids wouldn’t even have crossed my mind, but it becomes relevant in a few minutes.
My wife yelled over to them, did one of you throw something at our house? They all said no, but then she told them, “we have security cameras, we’re going to find out if you’re lying to us”, at which point one of the kids said that he’d kicked a rock and it “accidentally” hit the garage door. My wife told him, “you should have just said that from the beginning, if it was an accident, just please be more careful”. They went on their way.
So then, we went back and checked the cameras…the kid clearly picked up a rock from the ground and threw it at the house.
Well, they had apparently just been going to the 7-11 on the corner, had done their business and were on their way back in the other direction heading home at about that time. My wife went back out and confronted them again. She told the kid that...
This weekly column features news stories and event announcements from around the American Redoubt region. (Idaho, Montana, eastern Oregon, eastern Washington, and Wyoming.) Much of the region is also more commonly known as The Inland Northwest. We also mention companies of interest to preppers and survivalists that are located in the American Redoubt region. Today, we focus on the renewed push for a Greater Idaho border realignment. (See the Idaho section.) Idaho Idaho Legislature Considers Absorbing Part Of Oregon. The article begins: “A group of Oregon residents want their rural counties to be absorbed by Idaho, to throw off the …
Note: still catching up on commentary from the past several weeks. This was news a week and a half ago, but I think it is important to discuss.
Just as Cuomo and de Blasio have revealed their deep hatred of Judaism, so the would-be dictator of California, the disgusting Newsom, reveals his hatred of all religions, at least all Biblical religions. (Wicca, Paganism, and Islam get a pass in modern California; Azteca paganism and human sacrifice get a thumbs-up).
Newsom tried to enforce a prohibition on in-home Bible study and other religious activities with more than members of three families present. People objected, and filed suits against this immoral, illegal, tyrannical, and unconstitutional action. Including asking for an injunction. The black-robe-abusers of the Ninth Circuit Court refused to issue an injunction.
In an incredibly short time – certainly in modern times – the Nazgul in DC took up the case. And lo and behold, SCOTUS overturned the 9th Circus and granted an injunction. Newsom could NOT persecute christians (and others) by doing a Mountie-raid on people’s homes for the last two Sundays. Even if all the stoolies ...
Supposedly adult Americans exercising their right of self-determination vote for celebrities based on all they know about them—which is generally “informed” by scripted, directed, optimally angled, and lighted images projected on a screen, and on the gushing praise of publicists. That they would cede great powers based on professionally-manipulated illusions speaks more to starry-eyed childishness than anything else. [More]
This is an interesting single-shot breechloading system built by Kuhn of Besançon – a city near Switzerland in eastern France. It is clearly a sporting rifle, firing an 11mm black powder cartridge and probably dates to the 1870s or 1880s. It automatically ejects an empty case when opened and automatically cocks the hammer when the action is closed, making it a cleverly efficient system to shoot. The trigger is also not actually operable until he lever is fully closed, rendering it safe from out of battery firing. I don’t know anything about the maker, however…
Some of you may recall the survival gun build by Booligan I covered last June. Well, Booligan continued to improve it and ended up with a much more streamlined version of that survival pistol built with the very affordable Keystone Cricket as the base firearm. Booligan’s new chassis design is built to be as light […]
While I am not a huge fan of off-body carry, I do understand how there can be certain circumstances where you can’t or wouldn’t want to carry a firearm on your person. For that purpose, off-body carry options have a place at the table when it comes to concealment options. Primary Arms are now offering […]
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Wiley X, producer of protective eyewear has recently announced that they will be departing the State of California to move their headquarters to Frisco, Texas. Although the company has stated that the move is to improve shipping and distribution efficiency, I personally believe they’ll benefit in a couple other areas as well if they are […]
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The Monday bupkis shifted to Tuesday.
It's 4/20. Enjoy your Lucifer's Lettuce you perverted hippy reprobates. When the reefer-induced psychosis hits, I hope you are nowhere near me. Don't get confrontational with the cops, they'll just air you out.
My local Bass Pro occasionally gets ammo in. I am told the price is reasonable. This mean it gets hoovered up with a quickness. I guess it would help to be lucky or to know someone that knows when the ammo truck is due.
That Maxine Waters is a piece of work, isn't she?
Anime would be good if it weren't for all the Anime enthusiasts.
Critical Race Theory Educrat enthusiasm, plague-panic-porn, wokesters, riot season, Domestic Neo-Marxist... I dunno, it feels like it was made worse to distract folks from other more important things. I'll miss Taiwan when it is gone. And Ukraine.
I received an interesting question from one of my readers. He wanted to know the best course of action to prevent his local businesses from being burned to the ground or looted during a violent protest.
“Hi Greg I’m a big fan. I know you say that a person should mind their own business unless your family is in danger, stay away from crowds, etc. Given the recent riots, when is it right to step in and protect the businesses in your community? Not looking for a fight but don’t I want the businesses in my area to be looted/burned by outside agitators.”
I commend my reader for trying to be proactive with regards to protecting his neighborhood businesses from rioting mobs. With the results of the Chauvin trial forthcoming this week, I think there are going to be massive riots all across the country. What could the law-abiding neighborhood residents do to keep their local businesses from being torched and looted by rioting mobs?
It’s a really tough question without clear cut solutions. I firmly belie...
On April 20th, 2010, an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil platform, leased by BP, killed 11 workers and began spewing an estimated 200 million gallons of crude into the Gulf of Mexico for nearly three months, creating the worst known offshore oil spill. April 20th is also the day that we remember the victims of the Columbine High School tragedy, where two students stormed into a suburban high school in Littleton, Colorado in 1999, at lunchtime with guns and explosives, killing 13 and wounding dozens more in what was, at the time, the nation’s deadliest school shooting. — It …
Today’s modern society, for the most part, is dependent upon several intertwined and dependent infrastructures. We rely upon these intertwined and dependent systems for our 21st Century Western lives. As we have witnessed in the COVID-19 pandemic and the Texas Polar Vortex, these infrastructures can be very easy to interrupt and one disruption can start a domino effect. For many preppers, storing equipment and supplies back is the failsafe method for handling societal infrastructure disruptions. A family of four putting away a 55-gallon blue drum of water seems like a major achievement but in reality, that water will only last …
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This weekly column is a collection of short snippets: practical self-sufficiency items, how-tos, lessons learned, tips and tricks, and news items — both from readers and from SurvivalBlog’s editors. We may select some long e-mails for posting as separate letters. — First, and foremost, here is a very useful piece from my friend Commander Zero’s excellent Notes From The Bunker blog: Canned beef back at Costco. o o o Americans will likely have to navigate a maze of vaccine “passports” o o o Duane had this comment: “Tunnel Rabbit’s informative article on solar power is helpful for someone just starting …
“This was once a land where every sane person knew how to build a shelter, grow food, and entertain one another. Now we have been rendered permanent children. It’s the architects of forced schooling who are responsible for that.” – John Taylor Gatto
the video thumbnail was semi-misleading… I only slightly cringed because it had the signature piehitter-favorite punisher logo. It was worse than I thought though, because when I clicked I was immediately treated to some threeper bullshit.
0:22 – Ok the key hole hidden behind the eye, push button knot and lever is cool.
The rest of the video is “neat”, but definitely not something I’d ever want. I collected a lot of different things when I was younger, and it was fun at the the time. Now I just find owning things I’m not constantly using a waste of ...
“Women’s Outdoor News” and Avery Skipalis bring you a video about mounting a pistol red dot. Pistol red dots have gained recent popularity due to their many benefits and fairly low cost. This has caused an influx of individuals to make the plunge and give it a try. Part of this journey often involves mounting a pistol red dot for the first time. This can be intimidating at first, but hopefully this video will help ease the anxiety.
You go to testify before a State Senate subcommittee in favor a Second Amendment sanctuary law (SB 1205) and someone walks into the room with a 1911 cocked and locked.
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