Thursday, 20 January

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Preparedness Notes for Thursday — January 20, 2022

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:04, Wednesday, 19 January

Today is the birthday of Congressman Richard Henry Lee (1732–1794) — January 20th, 1993 is a Red Letter Day for me. That was the day that Bill Clinton was first sworn in as President. That is also the same day that I resigned my commission as a U.S. Army Captain. I did so because I detested the idea of Clinton as my Commander in Chief. My commissioning document has Ronald Reagan’s signature. — You may recall reading that my mother passed away, in October. Her house in Livermore, California just went up for sale, yesterday. That was where I lived, …

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An Ultralight Get Home Bag – Part 3, by J.M.

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:03, Wednesday, 19 January

(Continued From Part 2.) Food This was one of the toughest areas to address – I didn’t want her to have to do things like hunt, fish, trap, or forage on the way, since those take a lot of time and can be very dependent upon the season, but 7 days’ worth of food is heavy and bulky so I proposed an alternate approach for her. Since she takes a suitcase and stays overnight for any trip that’s not immediately local, I recommended that she only keep 3 days’ worth of food in the backpack and bring another 4 days’ …

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The Survivalist’s Odds ‘n Sods

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:02, Wednesday, 19 January

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 the threat of solar storms with coronal mass ejections. Are We Ready for the Next Big Solar Storm? Astronomy magazine asks: Are we ready for the next big solar storm? …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:01, Wednesday, 19 January

“Take the money in your wallet and invest it in your mind. And in return, your mind will fill up your wallet!” – Benjamin Franklin

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For many people, January is a time to set goals or resolutions for the new year. I must admit, I am one of those people that never felt the urge to do so. Probably because at some point in my past I realized I never carried through on those well planned intentions. However, this year I decided to change things up a bit. Perhaps it’s the feeling of, “New Year, New Me,” or maybe just because I want to challenge myself to grow. Regardless, I made the decision to set some pistol training goals for 2022 that I think you may find beneficial, too. 

Springfield Armory Hellcat, the worlds hiest capacity micro compact pistol....

We’re all tired of the “shrink it and pink it” attitude most companies adopted when the number of women in the outdoors began to increase. We are here, and it’s time that companies start to cater to the fact that we aren’t going anywhere. We are staking our claim in the outdoor world, and all of our bodies are comin’ with us. That means we want clothes that fit our bodies, not a smaller version of the men’s line (hello, we have hips!). There are several companies doing this very well, and I am here to tell you about my favorite of them, Ditale Outdoors. 

Wednesday, 19 January

22:55

SHOT SHOW 2022 Wednesday Round UP

by Forrest Cooper in Recoil at 20:17, Wednesday, 19 January

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If you have been following my Friday Night Lights Series, you would have read up on Nocturn Industries. They have established themselves in the commercial night vision market as an up and coming night vision housing manufacturer and have gained the respect of many in the industry. At SHOT Show 2022 they have unveiled a […]

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[SHOT 2022] The Mec-Gar Magazines Update

by Daniel Y in The Firearm Blog at 22:08, Wednesday, 19 January

[SHOT 2022] The Mec-Gar Magazines Update[SHOT 2022] The Mec-Gar Magazines Update Mec-Gar manufactures a sizeable share of magazines on the market today. In fact, you may own a Mec-Gar magazine without even knowing it because they are an OEM supplier to many of the biggest names in the gun industry. Mec-Gar is Italian, and, despite the difficult COVID situation in […]

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[SHOT 2022] NEW Mesa Tactical RMR Co-Witness Sureshell Carrier[SHOT 2022] NEW Mesa Tactical RMR Co-Witness Mount for Benelli M4 Mesa Tactical is known for their wide range of shotgun accessories. Their Sureshell carrier has become the de facto standard sidesaddle mount for most law enforcement shotguns. It features a picatinny top rail that has been used with tube-style red dots and EOtechs. New […]

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Christensen Arms Modern Hunting RifleConfigure your Christensen any way you like it Christensen Arms’ big new release for 2022 is the Modern Hunting Rifle (MHR).  The core of the the MHR is a chassis containing the barreled action and magazine.  Beyond that, one can select from four different stocks, two different buttpads, four different firing hand grip sections, three […]

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[SHOT 2022] Magpul MP5 Stock And Drum Mag

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 20:03, Wednesday, 19 January

Magpul has a whole bunch of new items this week at SHOT Show 2022. The one that caught my attention is the Magpul MP5 stock and drum magazine. Magpul @TFB [TFB GUNFEST] Magpul MP5 Brace [TFB GUNFEST] Here Come The Drums! Magpul MP5 Drum & Glock 17 Drum Magazines TFB Review: Magpul MP5 SL Handguards […]

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19:55

45Super vs 10MM: Chronograph and Clear Ballistics Gel Data

by Mr. RevolverGuy in Day At The Range at 17:39, Wednesday, 19 January

I just could not leave well enough alone. After using a close friend Springfield V16 to do the original testing against 45ACP. https://dayattherange.com/?p=5966 I just couldn’t leave well enough alone. It has always been in the back of my mind is there room enough for 45Super and 10MM or do they serve the same purpose even bigger than that which one is best? Would you know it I was able to get my hands on a Para Elite Hunter 6in 10MM

 

Now it is on, somewhat a level playing field to 6inch 1911’s.

 

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SHOT 2022: Maxim Defense Frangible 5.56

by Forrest Cooper in Recoil at 19:35, Wednesday, 19 January

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SHOT 2022: Daniel Defense Advances to RIS III

by Forrest Cooper in Recoil at 19:17, Wednesday, 19 January

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[SHOT 2022] What’s New At Arsenal?

by Daniel Y in The Firearm Blog at 19:29, Wednesday, 19 January

[SHOT 2022] What's New At Arsenal?[SHOT 2022] What’s New At Arsenal? Arsenal’s lineup of Bulgarian/American AK-pattern rifles is being joined by the Custom series. Various colors and camo patterns will be available for purchase, either as single guns or small batches (e.g. a signature model for a specific retail shop). If you have been hankering for Arsenal quality with a […]

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[SHOT 2022] New CETME L Options From MarColMar

by Daniel Y in The Firearm Blog at 19:16, Wednesday, 19 January

[SHOT 2022] New CEMTE L Options From MarColMar[SHOT 2022] New CETME L Options From MarColMar   MarColMar Firearms is best known for their revival of the CETME L rifle. This unique gun was used by the Spanish and traces its lineage back to certain other stamped steel roller delayed firearms, though it has its own personality. The CETME L family of rifles […]

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[SHOT 2022] RIS III Rail and Ambi Lowers from Daniel DefenseDaniel Defense unveiled their new RISIII rail alongside new ambi lowers at SHOT Show 2022.  FDE versions of the new RISIII rails were seen on four Daniel Defense rifles that will ship with the new lower receivers.  Here’s a closer look at the newest generation of the rail interface system from Daniel Defense. [SHOT 2022] […]

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The long-awaited Daniel Defense RIS III handguard has finally arrived. Using DD’s 6-point lockup system and M-LOK instead of Picatinny rail, this handguard’s easier to grip, lighter, and lower-drag. DD also rolls out the new shorter-barreled Delta 5 bolt action rifle. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» Check out our Patreon and SubscribeStar pages if […]

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[SHOT 2022] Bushmaster BA-30 Bolt Action AR-10

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 17:35, Wednesday, 19 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves is at Bushmaster to talk about the new .308 bolt action AR-10 known as the Bushmaster BA-30. Check today’s video for details on this new uncommonly-configured AR-10. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» Check out our Patreon and SubscribeStar pages if you enjoy our program, and consider helping […]

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[SHOT 2022] Hesco Unveils New Body-Armor Line

by Benjamin F in The Firearm Blog at 17:08, Wednesday, 19 January

World-renowned body armor maker Hesco introduced three new ceramic plates at SHOT this year. The draw? They’re unbelievably light and thin. Hesco Unveils New Body-Armor Line Body armor is always a trade-off between weight/bulk and protection. The holy grail in body armor is a t-shirt that can stop a rifle round. We’re not there yet, […]

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16:55

Dad Joke CLXIII

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 14:09, Wednesday, 19 January

A ship carrying red paint collided with a ship carrying blue paint. 

Both crews are said to be marooned.

 1/17/22 Daily Mail:

A medical board in Maine has suspended the license of an MIT-educated doctor and ordered a psychiatric evaluation after she was accused of treating some of her patients with Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine and spreading misinformation about COVID-19.

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SHOT 2022: FN High Power

by Forrest Cooper in Recoil at 14:33, Wednesday, 19 January

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[SHOT 2022] Armaspec Unveils Harmonics Tuner Muzzle Brake

by Benjamin F in The Firearm Blog at 15:53, Wednesday, 19 January

Armaspec is a noted producer of parts and accessories for the AR-15, AR-10, AK, and Glock platforms. This year at SHOT they were showing off their newest prototype. The Harmonics Tuner Muzzle Brake is exactly what the name suggests, a completely user-tunable muzzle brake. Armaspec Unveils Harmonics Tuner Muzzle Brake The manufacturer of the Stealth […]

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[SHOT 2022] B&T Unveils Massive New Lineup of Guns and SuppressorsB&T unveiled a massive new lineup of silencers and a new 9mm sub-gun at SHOT Show 2022.  On display were silencers that ranged from rimfire to belt-fed rated, as well as the new SPC9 chambered in 9mm.  Here’s a full guide to what’s new and coming very soon from B&T. [SHOT 2022] B&T Unveils Massive […]

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[SHOT 2022] Zastava M07 Sniper Rifle Coming to the United States!

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 15:00, Wednesday, 19 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves is visiting Zastava Arms USA to have a look at the new .308 M07 Sniper Rifle. Well, new to the US – this rifle has been used by the Serbian military for some time now, but the good news is that we are finally getting it here. ««« […]

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13:55

Question...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 14:00, Wednesday, 19 January

Is there an auction site that specializes in antiques and is easy to deal with? I don't wanna, but bills are piling up and until my writing output catches up, it's time for this thing to go...



Hit me up via the email address in the sidebar if you have some experience with a good antique firearms seller.

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This has actually happened to me twice since I moved here. The first was on a second-hand teapot, so it didn’t owe me anything. The one two days ago was a nearly-new but really cheap and crappy pot I got from Amazon. The “this” in question was the knob breaking right off the lid.


Anyway, shortly after the first time this happened, which was like 13 years ago, I was at the Lowes in the big town about 50 miles aw...

At last, some Jeep news!

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 15:32, Tuesday, 18 January

The Monday morning water run was held on Tuesday afternoon this week, and I took that opportunity for my monthly visit to what I’ve come to think of as the Jeep’s final resting place. To my surprise, I noticed that the Jeep had moved. That was astounding enough to drive me into the shop.

“Didn’t somebody call you?” asked the manager. He asked this with the same level of sincerity he used three weeks ago when promising to get the Jeep on a rack that very day, which is to say none at all. I didn’t even reply, just waited.

He called another guy over from the far end of the shop. That guy came over and opened the conversation by asking, with apparently genuine curiosity, “What were you doing when the transmission let go?”

I said, truthfully, that I was slowly backing up in my own driveway. “Why do you ask?”

He said that he had delivered the transmission’s apparently mutilated corpse to the rebuilder, helped the guy take it apart, and “It seriously looked like a grenade went off in there.”

I said that judging from the sound it made at the time, I wasn&#82...

It’s a dim cool rainy morning here at the Secret Lair, very undesertlike, and I’m taking this opportunity for some maintenance/repair.


I always keep some 2-part epoxy around the Lair for just such occasions. In this case…

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Constitution is “anti-democratic.” Really?

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 11:01, Wednesday, 19 January

It appears that Politico, that epitome of biased, government-lusting “journalism” has published an editorial that the United States Constitution of 1787, as amended, is un- and anti-democratic. They are far from alone in that.

As a result, many so-called “Conservatives” have condemned this as totally partisan and flat-out wrong.

They can picture the Founding Fathers as spinning in their graves at this accusation.

So can I – not at the claim of the editorial, but at the response of the “conservatives.” The Constitution WAS and IS anti-democratic in general, even though some parts of the form of government it established included elements of democracy.

But today, most (if not almost all) “conservatives” are as vocal about “American Democracy” as their supposed leftist opponents. Those of us who ask for some logic and reason are few and unheard.

Let us delve into that.

Democracy is rule by the people. While not actual...

They’re using the same old lies they used to prime the public for more citizen disarmament until that got interrupted by Fast and Furious being exposed. [More]

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The Flying Wienermobile

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:07, Wednesday, 19 January


 The NY Attorney General draws a focus on her operations. In the amended complaint, paragraphs 184 and on, those are detailed. Her sole duty was to arrange the jets for the LaPierres, and sometimes for the high-rolling head of Advancement. Until 2012, she was paid $15,000 a month. In 2015, that was upped to $19,000 a month. Then Woody Phillips told her to begin adding a 10% commission onto the tab for the planes and keep that. L...

SAF to Launch Radio Blitz Warning About Biden Gun Control

by Dave Workman in Liberty Park Press at 12:40, Wednesday, 19 January

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[SHOT 2022] The Modern Hi-Power, the EAA/Girsan MC P35 Match

by Benjamin F in The Firearm Blog at 13:35, Wednesday, 19 January

We’ve all made fun of Turkish clones of guns. I’m certainly guilty of it. But today I’m eating a little humble pie, as EAA imports the Girsan MC P35 Match, a Hi-Power with all the modern features. The Modern Hi-Power, the EAA/Girsan MC P35 Match It’s certainly the Year of the Hi-Power. First, the Springfield […]

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[SHOT 2022] Radian Releases Ramjet (and Afterburner)

by Benjamin F in The Firearm Blog at 12:43, Wednesday, 19 January

I have to admit to being a bit of a Radian fanboy. The Raptor charging handle is second to none in my opinion, and I have one in each of my ARs at home. It looks like there might be two more Radian products coming to my personal guns, the Ramjet barrel, and Afterburner micro-compensator. […]

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[SHOT 2022] FN is Bringing Back the Hi-Power!

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 12:00, Wednesday, 19 January

Hop is at SHOT Show 2022 visiting FN to see the reintroduction of the legendary Hi-Power, which was originally manufactured by FN. While the FN is a traditional, revered gun, FN has made a few tweaks to this new model to bring it up to date. Check today’s video to find out what this new […]

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Axil/Sig Sauer Ghost Stryke Extreme 2.0IN Ear Rechargeable Bluetooth compatible Hearing Protection New for 2022 from Axil in collaboration with Sig Sauer is the Ghost Stryke Extreme 2.0 in-ear bluetooth compatible electronic hearing protection system.  The Ghost Stryke 2.0 is connected via bluetooth to your device, and the earbuds are tethered to each other via a cable that also connects […]

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[SHOT 2022] New Products from Magpul

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Wednesday, 19 January

In this episode of TFBTV, Hop is at the Magpul booth to check out all of the new products from Magpul for 2022. Check today’s video to see what the gun accessory masters at Magpul are turning out this year. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» Check out our Patreon and SubscribeStar pages if you […]

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EAA Girsan MCP35First Shots with the Girsan MCP35 Stopping by EAA’s booth at range day, their was a whole lotta of firearms to choose from. First off, I elected to try a few magazines with the Girsan MCP35, a Browning Hi-Power clone being imported by EAA. The MCP35 can be had in quite a few different colors […]

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Deluded Jew Still Doesn’t Get it

by Carl "Bear" Bussjaeger in The Zelman Partisans at 12:41, Wednesday, 19 January

I ran across this article. The woman’s mental disconnect is astounding.

Jewish activist and legislators line up behind state’s new gun bill
Loren Lieb’s son, Josh, was shot twice during the North Valley Jewish Community Center shooting in 1999.

At the time, Josh was a 6-year-old at the JCC’s summer camp. When a white supremacist came onto the Granada Hills campus with multiple firearms, Josh was shot in the shin and the hip. Fortunately, the bullets narrowly missed his spine, and he survived.

The incident exposed his mother, Loren, to the grim realities of gun violence in the United States, where approximately 40,000 people die every year from gun-related injuries, according to a 2019 Pew study (some 60 percent of those are suicides), and in excess of 393 million guns are in circulation, according to a 2018 report from the Switzerland-based Small Arms Survey.

Lieb, a retired epidemiologist, has since become a dedicated gun control activist. She is currently serving as board chair of Women Against Gun Viole...

10:55

Getting the Easy W

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:27, Wednesday, 19 January

I've totally embraced starting my day with the easy win of Wordle. I guess the word, get my little endorphin boost, share my result with my friends, and drive on with the rest of my morning routine. The fact that it only lets you play once a day keeps it from turning into a distraction from stress or an habitual nervous tic, the way Solitaire or Minesweeper seemed to. 


I think this columnist is spot on in her assessment; it's the right game at the right time.

Plus, hey, it's words. I've got a lot of those!

Wordle 214 4/6

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⬛⬛🟨⬛🟩
🟩🟨⬛🟨🟩
🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩

— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) January 19, 2022

Who's buying all these guns?

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:06, Wednesday, 19 January

Have you been watching Professor Yamane's new weekly video series, Heat Over Light? You should be! He's on his third episode now.



New eps drop on Wednesdays!

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Robert R. Lee’s Birthday

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 08:49, Wednesday, 19 January


January 19, 1807 — October 12, 1870.

“As distinguished for felicitous execution as for science and daring.”
–Gen. Winfield Scott, 1847.

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“I cannot in justice omit to notice the valuable services of Captain Lee of the engineer corps, whose distinguished merit and gallantry deserves the highest praise”

— Gen. Gideon Pillow, 1847.

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“He was a foe without hate; a friend without treachery; a soldier without cruelty; a victor without oppression, and a victim without murmuring. He was a public officer without vices; a private citizen without wrong; a neighbour without reproach; a Christian without hypocrisy, and a man without g...

Tweet of the Day

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 08:23, Wednesday, 19 January

There is probably no picture which better encapsulates modern western culture than a woman standing on her car and taking a smiley selfie as it sinks into an icy river https://t.co/wrAT7SEMvk

— Matt Walsh (@MattWalshBlog) January 17, 2022

Chill Coming

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 07:13, Wednesday, 19 January

 The weather weenies tell us that there is a winter str coming to the bayou country.  Coing through tonight, about midnight.


This just might get interesting.

Go in Peace!

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:50, Wednesday, 19 January

 Biden Frees Alternate 9/11 Hijacker and Military Base Truck Bomb Plotter [More]

Well, yeah. We know who the real threats are.

[Via Michael G]

Forbidden Knowledge

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:45, Wednesday, 19 January

New Peer-Reviewed Study Shows Ivermectin ‘Significantly’ Reduces COVID Infections, Hospitalization, and Mortality Rates [More]
What do social media "fact-checkers" have to say about that?

[Via Michael G]

 3 Pennsylvania officers charged in shooting death of 8-year-old girl at high school football game [More]

But they didn't hit the guys they were shooting at?

[Via bondmen]

Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:14, Wednesday, 19 January

 LAPD identifies Brianna Kupfer's 'killer' as a career criminal with dozens of arrests who was out on $1K bail as they tell public not to approach 'armed and dangerous' suspect [More]

This will get a cite in an article I'll be writing soon.

[Via bondmen]

A Capitol Capital Offense

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:10, Wednesday, 19 January

 Babbitt Tried to Stop Attack on Capitol Speaker’s Lobby, Video Shows - Video shows female Trump supporter's desperate pleas to prevent rioters from breaking windows: "Stop! No! Don’t! Wait!" [More]

Ask him no questions, he'll tell you no lies.

[Via bondmen...

So He'll Be Under Oath?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:02, Wednesday, 19 January

 Ray Epps, the former Arizona Oath Keeper at the center of pro-Trump conspiracy theories related to Jan. 6., intends to sit for a transcribed interview Friday with the select committee investigating the attack on the Capitol... [More]

Former Oath Keeper or former oath keeper...?

You ever get the feeling some conspiracy theories are started by those with an interest in discrediting everything refuting the narrative?

Then again, who knows if his testimony will be followed up on and investigated if the Republicans win big? A lot of them would just as soon see the swamp claim more ground.

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And Then They'll Leave Us Alone

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:49, Wednesday, 19 January

Democrats in New Mexico and Michigan want to force you to lock up your safety.

Sounds reasonable, no?

[Via Jess]

 Five times since last May, sheriff's deputies in Kansas and California have stopped armored cars operated by Empyreal Logistics, a Pennsylvania-based company that serves marijuana businesses and financial institutions that work with them. The cops made off with cash after three of those stops, seizing a total of $1.2 million, but did not issue any citations or file any criminal charges, which are not necessary to confiscate property through civil forfeiture. That process allows police to pad their budgets by seizing assets they allege are connected to criminal activity, even when the owner is never charged, let alone convicted. [More]

In a rational world, the armored car occupants would be able to lawfully defend themselves against all predatory thugs. 

This is the "Blue" we're supposed to "Back"?

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ULLA SELLA 'n All That...

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:34, Wednesday, 19 January

 Rabbi threw chair at gunman before he and other hostages escaped Texas synagogue: "It was terrifying" [More]

So it was an assault chair?

Like I always say...

[Via Michael G]

The Company They Keep

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:27, Wednesday, 19 January

 A new Everytown analysis reveals that NSSF is allowing 27 ghost gun manufacturers and distributors to participate in this year’s event. [More]

If the issue is one of admitting proven law-breakers...

[Via Jess]

No Worse for Not Wearing

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:18, Wednesday, 19 January

My Response to Carhartt [More]

T.L. Davis responds to a corporate vax mandate by choosing to get his work clothes elsewhere.

I'm amazed how many gun owners I still see wearing Levis, and the number who respond by saying they wear Wranglers instead. 

'Our Democracy' in Action

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:28, Wednesday, 19 January

 GOP sues over law letting noncitizens vote in New York City elections - The new law, which took effect Sunday, will allow more than 800,000 noncitizens and “Dreamers” to vote in municipal elections as early as 2023. [More]

It's Eric approved!

Now watch the opposition to this get transitioned from "xenophobe" to "white supremacist" to "greatest domestic threat."

I wonder when "conservatives" who applauded this guy are going to reconsider...?

Good thing this has nothing to do with that "single issue"!

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The Incel Loophole

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:42, Wednesday, 19 January

 Everytown declares single guys in search of hook ups as “right-wing extremists” [More]

They have terror manuals and everything!

[Via President Non_Fudd]

May He Be Blunt?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:10, Wednesday, 19 January

Gary Chambers, a Democrat running for the U.S. Senate from Louisiana, unveiled a new ad Tuesday in which he is shown smoking marijuana. [More]

 Good thing he's anti-gun, then, because he might have a problem with the form.

A Rudy Awakening

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:00, Wednesday, 19 January

 Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Rudy Giuliani...[More]

I almost feel bad for the guy.

That said, I'm wondering when Sidney Powell is finally going to get Kraken.

SHOT 2022: Black Collar Arms Non-NFA Pistol Support

by Dave Merrill in Recoil at 05:40, Wednesday, 19 January

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[SHOT 2022] Diamondback Sidekick .22LR and .22 Magnum Revolver

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Wednesday, 19 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves is at the Diamondback booth to check out their newest pistol, a 9-shot .22 revolver that works with .22LR or .22 Magnum. From Diamondback’s press release on this new old-fashioned revolver: “When it comes to combining the timeless classic cowboy style with your favorite attributes of a modern […]

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In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves, Ian McCollum of @Forgotten Weapons and Jeremy from The Truth About Guns try out .30 Super Carry for the first time and compare it to 9mm. How’s the recoil difference between these 2? Check today’s video to find out. ««« GEAR USED IN THIS VIDEO »»» • Apparel: […]

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[SHOT 2022] The Kel-Tec P-50 Carbine and Stock are HERE!

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 09:30, Wednesday, 19 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves is chattin’ with Chad, and these two gracefully aging Florida men are talking about the everyman’s P90, the Kel-Tec P-50. We all knew it was coming – the P-50 Carbine is here. For $300, you get a P-50 Carbine Kit which includes a 16″ barrel and a stock […]

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NEW Kel-Tec P-15: The Lightest, Smallest, 15rd. 9mm Pistol

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 09:00, Wednesday, 19 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves visits with Chad of Kel-Tec to discuss the new Kel-Tec P-15. Kel-Tec started the microcompact class of guns with the Kel-Tec P-11, a hammer-fired ultra-compact 11 round 9mm. However, Kel-Tec has now modernized the P-11 as the P-15, now a striker fired ultra-compact 4″ barreled pistol. ««« GEAR […]

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We’ve know for a while that Beretta was partnered with General Dynamics on their NGSW submission – the bullpup RM277. Well GD have divested to True Velocity and Lone Star Future Weapons but Beretta have confirmed their continuing involvement in the project. Perhaps even more excitingly this week, at SHOT 2022, Beretta Defense Technologies have […]

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The minimum wage is a subsidy to the robotics industry.

Chris Knox @ChrisKnox_AZ
Tweeted on January 16, 2022
[That a great way to put it. And that subsidy is getting larger every day as the price/performance tradeoff keeps dropping.—Joe]

Sealift on the Move

by Tam in View From The Porch at 05:33, Wednesday, 19 January

The Russian LST flotilla has left the Baltic, which has to have the Swedes breathing a little easier, and linked up with the LST Group from the Northern Fleet in the North Sea. If they're headed for the Black Sea, that's a bit of a haul.

”The LST group of the Baltic Fleet, which left the Baltic Sea yesterday, was joined today by the LST group of the Northern Fleet, consisting of the LST "Pyotr Morgunov", "Olenegorsky miner" and "George Pobedonosets" following the same course to the North Sea.” https://t.co/1VcPv9wiCU

— Jamming (@balticjam) January 18, 2022
Sweden had mobilized reserves and deployed troops and armor to Gotland, due to concern over Russian flights nearby, and the sortying of the amphibi...

Apparently the douchnozzle that owns Penzey's spices has decided that his best strategy to increase his market share is to declare MLK day to be Republicans are Racists day.  And he did so by sending emails (yes plural) to the people on his mailing list.  

One point of irony is that after spewing hate and outright lies, he exhorts people to 'choose love'.  

I choose to refer to him as a twat.

I have to admit several years ago, I used Penzey's products but he started showing his ass a while ago and I switched to The Spice House.

So, any bets on how long Penzey's remains a viable business?

TLG’s Top 5: Articles

by SLG in pistol-training.com at 06:42, Wednesday, 19 January

The last of the top 5 visited pages that we will look at, the Articles page, has some great stuff in it. Some were written by Todd, but many others were written by friends of Pistol-Training.com. To add to this great resource, new articles are already in the works by some friends and colleagues. If […]

Investing in Guns: Some Tips (But It’s a Bad Idea)

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 05:27, Wednesday, 19 January

A lot of people see the constantly-increasing price of collectible firearms, and assume that guns must be a pretty good investment. Well, they really aren’t. The stock market outperforms collectible firearms with ease. But if you want to buy guns with an eye to increasing prices, there are a few things I would suggest.

1) Know your subject. The more specialized knowledge you have in a particular area, the better you will be positioned to find the best and rarest examples.

2) Be discriminating for condition. The highest condition examples are always the most desirable. They will increase in price the most if the pattern becomes more valuable, and decrease the least if it becomes less valuable.

3) Be willing to sell things, or else acknowledge that you are either collecting or building a nest egg for your survivors to sell when you die (or...

NEW Aero Precision Lahar 30 Suppressor [SHOT Show 2022]

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Wednesday, 19 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves is at Industry Day at the Range with Aero checking out their new line of house-made suppressors. The Lahar 30 will come in a direct thread and QD configuration to the market. For anyone who’s already invested in a different mounting system, you need not worry. The rear […]

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Pulsar Talion XQ38 Thermal RiflescopePulsar Talion XQ38 Thermal Imaging Riflescope – Pulsar’s new flagship Thermion LRF released yesterday is now joined by a compact companion, the Talion XQ38. Judging by the description it’s clear that Pulsar had a user-centered approach to design, a use that is often carried out by hunters in complete darkness. Pulsar @ TFB: 2022 – […]

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[SHOT 2022] Yes, It’s a .308 AK: Zastava M77/Z77 .308 AK-47

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Wednesday, 19 January

Zastava has gone from being merely imported to the US by third parties to importing their own AKs and taking the market over. Today on TFBTV, James Reeves is at Zastava’s booth at SHOT Show to check out their new Z77 or M77 rifle, a .308 AK-47 made in Serbia. It’s possible for Zastava to […]

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03:55

Who is bloody?

by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 03:00, Wednesday, 19 January

California schools no longer allowed to have student do the "Aztec Chant."  The Thomas More Society lawyers said, "Any form of prayer and glorification of these bloodthirsty beings in whose name horrible atrocities were performed is repulsive to any reasonably informed observer... particularly prayers drafted by public officials." 

"Xipe Totek, Xipe Totek, transformation, liberation, education, emancipation. imagination revitalization, liberation, transformation, decolonization, liberation, education, emancipation, changin’ our situation in this human transformation."

The Thomas More society is pretty much wrong.  It's not really a prayer. It isn't even Aztec. It's worse. It's made up Marxism revolutionary bushwa.  Something even more bloody. Something that is a bigger threat to civilization and the Republic than gov't imposed religion.

The Aztec might have been pretty bad, but they didn't read up on a lotta dialectical materialism and the nonsensical...

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Preparedness Notes for Wednesday — January 19, 2022

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:04, Tuesday, 18 January

Today is the birthday of the late Carla Emery (born 1939, died October 11, 2005). She is well known in self-sufficiency circles as the author of The Encyclopedia of Country Living. January 19th is also the birthday of General Robert E. Lee. — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 98 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: The photovoltaic power specialists at Quantum Harvest LLC  are providing a store-wide 10% off coupon. Depending on the model chosen, this could be worth more than $2000. A Gunsite Academy Three Day …

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An Ultralight Get Home Bag – Part 2, by J.M.

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:03, Tuesday, 18 January

(Continued From Part 1.) Shelter/Warmth The next area involves protecting her core body temperature, especially while sleeping at night. One important thing to keep in mind is that in New England it gets down into the lower 60s or upper 50s at night, even in the summertime, and since you can get hypothermia at temperatures as high as 60 degrees you need to make sure you can stay warm and dry year-round. While there are various commercial and public buildings along most of her get-home routes that she could seek shelter in, I didn’t want to assume that would I’ll …

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SurvivalBlog Readers’ & Editors’ Snippets

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:02, Tuesday, 18 January

This weekly column is a collection of short snippets: responses to posted articles, 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. — Doug C. wrote: “Take a look at this short two minute video. A summary (in case the link is taken down): in just 24 hours the people of Kazakhstan overthrew the entire government. The President, Prime Minister, and military are fleeing the country, and remainders, if caught being taken into arrest including doctors and vax …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:01, Tuesday, 18 January

“Once is happenstance. Twice is coincidence. Three times is enemy action.” – Novelist and former intelligence officer Ian Fleming

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[SHOT 2022] The POF USA Phoenix PCC Has Risen

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 00:45, Wednesday, 19 January

At SHOT Show POF unveiled a new PCC. The POF USA Phoenix has some very interesting features and not all is as it seems. Let’s take a look at this new competitor to the PCC market. POF @TFB [SHOT 2020] POF USA P19 Pistol, Rogue Rifle and Rebel22 Rimfire Pistol POF USA Announces a Renegade+ […]

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[SHOT 2022] SiOnyx OPSIN Digital Night Vision Monocular

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 00:01, Wednesday, 19 January

SiOnyx has made a name for themselves with their Aurora action camera. It is sensitive in low light and has been called digital night vision. However the Aurora was never designed to be a helmet mounted system. It is camera first and foremost. Well now SiOnyx has a new digital night vision monocular called the […]

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[SHOT Show] Magpul X Maztech X4 System

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 23:22, Tuesday, 18 January

X4 SystemOut of left field, Magpul announced another collaboration last week. This time it is with Maztech on their X4 System. It is an ammo management system combined with an optic HUD ballistic calculator and laser range finder. Magpul @TFB [SHOT 2022] Magpul FDC-9 and FDP-9 Prototype [SHOT 2022] Magpul Enhanced Ejection Port Cover Magpul AICS […]

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[SHOT 2022] QC10 MP5 Style YKMF-5

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 22:39, Tuesday, 18 January

A few years ago Quarter Circle 10 came out with their QC5. It is an 9mm AR receiver set that can take MP5 magazines. Well with the help of my friend Sean St. Cin they have refocused their brand and will be coming out with their QC10 MP-5 inspired YKMF-5. Quarter Circle 10 @ TFB […]

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[SHOT 2022] Mantis Blackbeard AR Dry Fire Trainer

by Daniel Y in The Firearm Blog at 22:14, Tuesday, 18 January

[SHOT 2022] Mantis Blackbeard AR Dry Fire Trainer[SHOT 2022] Mantis Blackbeard AR Dry Fire Trainer Mantis showed off their Blackbeard AR Dry Fire Training System at SHOT Show 2022 Industry Range Day. This unique system is a drop-in replacement for the bolt carrier group and charging handle of a standard AR-15. It also uses a battery pack in the magazine well, which […]

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[SHOT 2022] The New Meopta MeoSport R Budget Scope

by Daniel Y in The Firearm Blog at 22:08, Tuesday, 18 January

[SHOT 2022] The New Meopta MeoSport R Budget ScopeMeopta, a well-known European scope manufacturer, released a new budget-friendly scope line called the MeoSport R. This 3-15×50 scope has a second focal plane, illuminated reticle. It also features side parallax adjustment that goes from 10 yards (yes, airgunners and rimfire shooters, that number is correct) to infinity. The MeoSport R is equipped with locking […]

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[SHOT 2022] Magpul FDC-9 and FDP-9 Prototype

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 22:04, Tuesday, 18 January

Last year Magpul announced a collaboration with Zev Technologies that would bring the realization of a dream to fruition. They will be making the Magpul FMG-9 but for the civilian market as the FDP-9. Last Friday they unveiled that it is coming and they have an FDP-9 prototype at their SHOT Show Booth. Magpul @TFB […]

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[SHOT 2022] NEW Gear from 5.11 for 2022 from SHOT Show!

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 22:00, Tuesday, 18 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves is all by himself at the @5.11 Tactical store in Las Vegas during SHOT Show 2022 to go over the new lineup for the year. New stuff for men and women, gear, bags, and rifle cases, accessories, and more, plus beers and ice. Check it out. ««« GEAR […]

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[SHOT 2022] Browning’s New X-Bolt Target Rifle

by Rusty S. in The Firearm Blog at 21:43, Tuesday, 18 January

Browning X-Bolt TargetI Heard it on the X New for 2022 from Browning is their X-Bolt Target rifle, in both standard and “Pro” trims.  Officially the “X-Bolt Target Max Adjustable Suppressor Ready”, the X-Bolt target has a few features that differentiate it from other X-Bolts. Per Browning: New patent pending, Browning Target Trigger has an adjustment range […]

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Homemade MRE? What’s that?

That’s what I first said when I heard those words.

MRE stands for ‘meal ready to eat’.

We generally associate an MRE with a military meal that looks like this:

MREStandard MRE

These meals come with a variety of items including a main meal, a dessert, accessories, drink mixes, sides, etc. And they can last anywhere from 2-20 years.

You can easily make your own ‘meal ready to eat’ that can last anywhere from 2-5 years, or more, depending on what you put inside.

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by David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com January 18, 2022 DefenseReview (DR) hasn’t published a piece on a bullpup rifle/carbine in quite some time, but Springfield Armory just conducted a major marketing/PR blitz on their Hellion 5.56mm Rifle being unveiled at SHOT Show 2022, so we should perhaps at least do a quick heads-up …

Shot 2022: Two New Mounts from Unity Tactical

by Forrest Cooper in Recoil at 19:07, Tuesday, 18 January

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[SHOT 2022] AERO Precision Lahar 30 Silencer and A700 RifleAERO Precision unveiled two entirely new additions to their lineup at SHOT 2022.  Announced for the first time was the Lahar 30 silencer, and A700 bolt action rifle.  While the silencer was on display at range day I got my first look at the A700 on the SHOT show floor today. [SHOT 2022] AERO Precision […]

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Savage Stance Pistols at the RangeDefensive Stance At SHOT 2022, we got a chance to handle and shoot the new Savage Stance 9mm pistol. Announced just over a month ago, the Stance is Savage’s first concealable semi-automatic pistol since 1928.  Ranging from $479 to $561 MSRP, they represent another offering in the crowded subcompact 9mm pistol space, yet at a […]

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[SHOT 2022] The NEW KelTec P15 Pistol

by Daniel Y in The Firearm Blog at 20:31, Tuesday, 18 January

[SHOT 2022] The NEW KelTec P15KelTec unveiled a brand new micro 9mm pistol at SHOT 2022, the P15. It is very much a part of the current trend of ever higher capacity micro concealed pistols. The P15 takes its name from the 15-round magazine that comes with the gun. A 12-round flush fit magazine is included as well. The P15 […]

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[SHOT 2022] New Pistol and Rifle Optics from EOTech

by Austin R in The Firearm Blog at 20:30, Tuesday, 18 January

[SHOT 2022] New Pistol and Rifle Optics from EOTECHEOTech unveiled their new EFLX Mini Reflex Sight and VUDU 1-10×28 FFP scope at SHOT 2022.  It’s clear that the company wants to both enhance and expand its current lineup to a broader market.  The staff at their booth were incredibly helpful and keen to show me all the new features for these two optics. […]

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[SHOT 2022] Franklin Armory Glock Binary Trigger

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 19:57, Tuesday, 18 January

SHOT Show Range Day was all a buzz about the mic that Franklin Armory dropped. They unveiled a Glock binary trigger. Yes, you read that right. A pull/release trigger has been made for use with a Glock. We took a closer look at on the show floor and shot it at range day. Franklin Armory […]

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[SHOT 2022] Taylor’s & Company 45-70 Takedown Levergun

by Benjamin F in The Firearm Blog at 19:15, Tuesday, 18 January

It seems like almost every company claims to give a “modern twist” to a “proven design” or somesuch, but Taylor’s & Co appear to have struck gold with their TC86. Taylor’s & Company 45-70 Takedown Levergun Taylor’s is showing off their whole catalog at SHOT 2022, but what caught my eye was their TC86. Based […]

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[SHOT 2022] Aero is Making a Bolt Action Rifle Now?!

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 19:00, Tuesday, 18 January

In this episode of TFBTV, it’s not Remington, it’s not Browning, it’s Aero. Aero Precision, LLC is making a new bolt action precision rifle, chassis, and action. Believe us, this will be reviewed on TFBTV soon, but in the meantime, check out this SHOT video. Don’t forget to sub to our show channel for full […]

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Ivermectin

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 10:32, Wednesday, 19 January

From the National Institute of Health library:


Ivermectin: a multifaceted drug of Nobel prize-honoured distinction with indicated efficacy against a new global scourge, COVID-19
Bring on the horse de-wormer!

Curiously, FDA approved an RCT of 28 days in April of 2021.  Either it failed (in which case the above study is wrong) or it worked and FDA kept it quiet.  If they stomped on it, hundreds of thousands died without reason. The conspiracy theories (give unlimited control to the fascists who run the Blue States, kill off old people who tend to vote for conservatives) seem increasingly plausible.

Meta-analysis of 15 trials found that ivermectin reduced risk of death compared with no ivermectin (average risk ratio 0.38, 95% confidence interval 0.19–0.73; ...

More Evidence China is Crashing

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 15:03, Tuesday, 18 January

 


China has been cracking down on its citizens moving non-Chinese currency abroad because they are beginning to suffer such serious cash reserve problems that they may not be able to import the food and raw materials that they need.

The Actions Don't Match Up

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 15:11, Tuesday, 18 January

 I don’t think I’m telling you anything you don’t already know when I say that gun control has been an abject failure when it comes to stopping violent criminals from preying on law-abiding citizens. [More]

That's what I've been trying to get you idiots to admit!

For decades!

We're Sorry, So Sorry

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 14:54, Tuesday, 18 January

 Danish newspaper apologizes for mindlessly parroting government narrative [More]

Ladies and gentlemen, the musical stylings of Miss Brenda Lee...

Wake me when a major U.S. newspaper apologizes for doing the same on guns.

[Via Michael G]

SHOT 2022: SureFire Launches High Candela Turbo Series

by Dave Merrill in Recoil at 17:18, Tuesday, 18 January

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Shot 2022: Night Vision Incorporated launches New Units, Gear.

by Forrest Cooper in Recoil at 15:10, Tuesday, 18 January

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[SHOT 2022] NEW Solar-Powered Holosun Pistol Red Dots

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 18:00, Tuesday, 18 January

In this episode of TFBTV, Hop is visiting the guys at Holosun to look at their new pistol optics, one of which is COMPLETELY solar-powered. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» Check out our Patreon and SubscribeStar pages if you enjoy our program, and consider helping us at TFBTV out. We do not take money […]

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LMT MARS-L9LMT unveiled the newest addition to its lineup with the MARS-L9.  The L9 incorporates features from the legendary MARS family of rifles and looks to make a big splash in the PCC market.  I had the chance to shoot the MARS-L9 and talk with LMT about it during Shot Show’s Industry Day at the Range. […]

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Palmetto State Armory showed off a variety of new products today, including the widely rumored and eagerly anticipated 5.7 Rock handgun. They also had their PSAK-105 pistol that I shot yesterday, a PSAK in 5.56, and a clone of the Chinese “Spiker” AK in 7.62×39. PSA Shows off their 5.7 Rock Pistol and Some PSAKs […]

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Today at SHOT 2022’s Industry Day at the Range, Umarex unveiled their brand new Primal 20. Airguns have been carving themselves a niche in the hunting market and Umarex is one of the big names in that area. Their newest offering is a 20-gauge slug (or shot) firing airgun. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» […]

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[SHOT 2022] NEW B&T SPC-9 9mm Pistol Caliber Carbine

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 16:00, Tuesday, 18 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves is at B&T to speak with the Swiss manufacturer about their newest pistol caliber carbine, the SPC-9. This gun is submachinegun designed to government contract specifications and includes elements from the AR-15 and the B&T SPC-9 series of guns. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» Check out our […]

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 But it is likely an interesting story.

Hot Springs, Ark. (1933)

08/15/1933: A lawyer confessed to poisoning “a man, his wife, and their two children because the man ‘knew too much.’”  A third child had seen the lawyer adding the strychnine to the grape juice, warned his parents, and refused the drink.  The lawyer had hired the father “to steal papers from the Akron prosecuting attorney which involved a ‘big shot’” the lawyer’s firm was defending.  The lawyer attempted suicide after confessing.

Category: public

Suicide: no

Cause: other

Weapon: poison...

Ambulance-Chaser Spam

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 11:19, Tuesday, 18 January

Like me, you probably get five or more calls every day seeking victims of various medicines or medical devices or seeking to sell extended car warranties (most of which are so full of exceptions as to be worthless).


Now, I understand why businesses do this: they want to find people to join their class action lawsuits or buy worthless extended warranties. 

What I do not understand: how does this number of calls actually work?  If there were lots of people suffering from adverse reactions or lots of people who need extended warranties then the first two calls per day should get almost all of them.  This volume of calls makes no sense?  Is some government subsidizing this?

Flight Dusruptions

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 14:28, Tuesday, 18 January

 It seems that there is a brouhaha building between the cell phone industry and the commercial flight industry.  Evidently, the roll-out of 5G technology might affect flight-safety technology.

(AP) - AT&T will postpone new wireless service near some airports planned for this week after the nation’s largest airlines said the service would interfere with aircraft technology and cause massive flight disruptions.

From what I understand, the 5G towers use a frequency band that is close to the band used by radar altimeters.  The airlines are worried that spurious signals from the 5G towers could play havoc with their altimeters, which are used for landing and terrain avoidance. 

Slamming a plane into the ground is a major flight disruption, no doubt about it.

I'm no aviator, but seems like it might be a problem.

UPDATE** Blancolario explains the issues.


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Running Errands

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 11:08, Tuesday, 18 January

 Not much going on today, running errands.  The cleaners, the grocers, and home to throw together a pot of spaghetti and meat balls.  I suspected that the dawg might like meat balls, so I offered him a sample.  I was right.  I got a tail-wag vote of approval.


Tomorrow, Belle has an old friend coming into town, and Belle is making chicken and dumplings for lunch.   I'm sure that the dawg will get involved in that operation too...

TLG’s Top 5: Drills

by SLG in pistol-training.com at 11:45, Tuesday, 18 January

For about 5 years straight, Todd and I spent many days every week shooting together. We shot approximately 160,000 rounds between the two of us each year. With that much time on the range, it can be hard to stay motivated and easy to run out of things to do. That actually never happened to […]

Harper's Harping Harpy

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 14:27, Tuesday, 18 January

Permitless carry and the new gun-rights extremism [More]

I notice for all her hand-wringing hysteria, Rachel Monroe is silent on the record in states that have had it for years.

[Via Michael G]

Thorouhgly Moderna Milley

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 14:16, Tuesday, 18 January

 Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Mark Milley Tests Positive for COVID-19 [More]

What a disaster this guy is on all fronts. Almost like having him there is the plan...

[Via Michael G]

Aim Low?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:39, Tuesday, 18 January

 What Reporters Should Ask Biden About Guns at His Promised Press Conference on Wednesday [More]

Mine would be "If you're shooting them through the door how can be sure you'll hit their leg?" but then again, I'm not a "real reporter."

[Via Michael G]

Sorry to Disappoint You

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:09, Tuesday, 18 January

 Michigan’s Dana Nessel Speculates ‘White Supremacy’ to Blame for Texas Synagogue Terrorist Attack [More]

Oh, those inconvenient truths... (and it looks like my "rigorous" comment was spot on.)

These people are beside themselves between that and no "assault weapon" massacre...

[Via bondmen...

Being Her Way

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:07, Tuesday, 18 January

 Burger King worker, 16, is shot dead in botched drive-thru robbery that 'SHE staged with her co-worker best friend and girl's father as the robber': Teen died in crossfire when 'another colleague fired at intruder' [More]

Worth every penny of $15/hr., no?

[Via bondmen...

I Know You Are But What Am I?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:02, Tuesday, 18 January

 Warnock: Republicans Are ‘Anti-American’ [More]

That's rich, coming from a child abuse enabler...

[Via bondmen]

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first spearFirst Spear is widely known for their upper-tier, quality gear for military, government, and civilian markets in the arenas of shooting, contracting, and the outdoors. So, whether you are a professional-level contractor or a weekend enthusiast, they have some of the best products on the market to keep you equipped for your exploits. Not surprisingly, […]

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[SHOT 2022] The .44 Mag Auto Mag Pistol is Back Again?

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 13:07, Tuesday, 18 January

In this episode of TFBTV, Hop runs into the legendary Auto Mag Pistol in .44 Magnum at SHOT Show 2022 Industry Day at the range. The claim is that this gun is coming back, but we’ve all heard that before. Is the .44 Auto Mag really making a comeback this time? Watch and find out. […]

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[SHOT 2022] A Homebrew Polymer 80 (P80) Sig P320 Chassis Kit

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 12:30, Tuesday, 18 January

In this episode of TFBTV’s SHOT Show 2022 coverage, Hop is at the Polymer80 lane checking out their new P80 kits for the SIG P320. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» Check out our Patreon and SubscribeStar pages if you enjoy our program, and consider helping us at TFBTV out. We do not take money […]

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[SHOT 2022] Franklin Armory Binary Trigger for the Glock?!

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 12:00, Tuesday, 18 January

In this episode of TFBTV, Hop is with the guys from Franklin Armory to check out their new Binary Trigger for the Glock 17. Is it a Glock 18? Not quite, but as close as most civilians are going to get. Details are in the video. ««« GEAR USED IN THIS VIDEO »»» • Apparel: […]

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[SHOT 2022] Kalashnikov USA Show off their KR-101

by Benjamin F in The Firearm Blog at 11:24, Tuesday, 18 January

Kalashnikov USA was eager to show off their 5.56 KR-101 rifle on the SHOT show floor today. I spoke with Dave, Kalashnikov USA’s VP of marketing, about it. Kalashnikov USA Show off their KR-101 The good news for 5.56 AK fans is that the KR-101 is entering the final phases of product testing, and Kalashnikov […]

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[SHOT 2022] Magpul Enhanced Ejection Port Cover

by Benjamin F in The Firearm Blog at 10:41, Tuesday, 18 January

I know, I know. An ejection port cover? We want to see guns! Just hear me out. Magpul’s Enhanced Ejection Port Cover offers a meaningful quality of life improvement to the AR building community. Magpul Enhanced Ejection Port Cover (EEPC) Traditional ejection port covers for the AR-15 suffer from a few drawbacks. Namely, if anything […]

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10:55

L'affaire du Carhartt brings the lulz.

by Tam in View From The Porch at 09:29, Tuesday, 18 January

In case you missed it...

On today's episode of "Cancel Culture is the Biggest Threat Facing Our Nation", Bubba burns his outerwear in a fit of pique.

— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) January 18, 2022

A job site bonfire of coats and coveralls in January, maybe?

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Speed is Relative

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:00, Tuesday, 18 January

They don't look very speedy, but the Graflex Speed Graphic managed to capture every Pulitzer Prize winning photo from 1942-1954.



Actually, the "Speed" in the name "Speed Graphic" comes from the focal-plane shutter, which could be set to as little as 1/1000th of a second.

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Trump v. DeSantis

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 10:18, Tuesday, 18 January

 The DNC Official news media are reporting a feud between Trump and DeSantis over the 2024 nomination.  While anything the DNC's mouthpieces says is likely to be made up to promote internal Republican feuding, a comment over there raised a serious question about Trump running in 2024.  He will be 78 when he takes office like Joe Biden.  Even if Trump is tack sharp at 78, unlike Biden, what about by the end of his term when he turns 82?  Some of Reagan's second term mistakes (Contragate) may have been early Alzheimer's, which finally took him.

Trump has very strong negatives with enough voters that he might only be able to defeat the Empress.  DeSantis is the obvious choice.

January 2022 Update Post

by correia45 in Monster Hunter Nation at 10:16, Tuesday, 18 January

It’s a new year. 2021 was a very stupid year, but I did get a lot of writing done. So this is what I’ve got going on now, and what’s coming up.

Book Stuff

My next new release is Servants of War with Steve Diamond, which will be out March 1st.

The Gun Runner paperback just came out this week.

No Game For Knights is the next noir scifi/fantasy anthology after Noir Fatale, edited by me and Kacey Ezell. It is done, but I’m actually not sure the release date off the top of my head. (I think its summer 2022)

I’m currently working on Tower of Silence, book 4 of the Saga of the Forgotten Warrior.

After that I’ll be working on Monster Hunter Memoirs: Fever (with Jason Cordova).

There will also be a sequel to Lost Planet Homicide on Audible.

That’s the immediate future, after that will be the next main line series MHI novel after Bloodlines, and the 5th and final Saga of the Forgotten Warrior novel. The 2nd Grimnoir trilogy is still ...

The Atlantic Today: “Eeyore-Meets-Nietzsche”

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 10:03, Tuesday, 18 January

Commentary’s Christine Rosen finds puzzling the Atlantic’s current obsessive dooming-and-glooming. Why is the American Establishment wallowing in self pity all the time?

The Atlantic is one of the most prestigious magazines in the nation—and almost certainly its most lavishly funded. When Laurene Powell Jobs (whose net worth is approximately $22 billion) bought former owner David Bradley’s stake in the magazine in 2017, she ushered in an era of almost unimaginable expansion for a publication created before the Civil War. Under its editor, Jeffrey Goldberg, the Atlantic has added 100 new staff jo...

“My Precious”

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 09:56, Tuesday, 18 January

“Mild Inflation”

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 09:46, Tuesday, 18 January

In Joe Biden’s America we price chicken wings like king crab legs pic.twitter.com/ExpXwLaizy

— Josh Culling (@jmculling) January 14, 2022

POLICE TOLD TO LEAVE BAR IN TOOWOOMBA, AUSTRALIA [More]

Telling, how they'll take a stand on beer that they wouldn't take on guns.

What have our Capitol protestors learned about the aftermath of being videotaped "violating the law"?

[Via bondmen]

It's Only 'Commonsense'

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:37, Tuesday, 18 January

 Senate Bill 5217 arbitrarily classifies many popularly-owned semi-automatic firearms as so-called “assault weapons” and bans their possession, manufacture, transfer, etc... Senate Bill 5568 deals with the state’s preemption laws.  SB 5568 will expand gun free zones and permit municipalities to ban the open carry of firearms.  [More]

And:

Senate Bill 5078, bans the manufacture, possession, sale, transfer, etc., of magazines that “are capable of holding,” or hold more than, 12 rounds of ammunition. [More]

When those are passed do you think they'll stop?

But no one's talking about taking your guns.

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Thoughts and Prayers

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:29, Tuesday, 18 January

 “We filed the lawsuit after we discovered that California’s Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum, a resource guide for local school districts, included prayer to Aztec gods – the same deities that were invoked when the Aztecs worshipped with human sacrifices,” said Paul Jonna, partner at LiMandri & Jonna LLP and Thomas More Society Special Counsel. “The Aztec prayers at issue – which seek blessings from and the intercession of these demonic forces – were not being taught as poetry or history. Rather, the curriculum instructed students to chant the prayers for emotional nourishment after a ‘lesson that may be emotionally taxing or even when student engagement may appear to be low.’ The idea was to use them as prayers.” [More]

No more still-beating hearts...?

So until that can be overturned when Aztlan is restored in the Reconquista, I guess public educators will have to be satisfied chanting "Hail Satan!" in the teacher's lounge...

[Via ...

Puttin' on the Blitz

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:16, Tuesday, 18 January

 The pandemic was the blitzkrieg to sweep in, overwhelm, subvert and conquer. But obtaining territory is often easier than defending it. Resistance groups spring up and start to chip away at the monolithic power... [More]

T.L. Davis foresees a coming undeniable unraveling of the narrative...

 And the winner is… the white guy. House Democrats have chosen the almost certain next Speaker of the House, Dan Rayfield. [More]

And he appears to be straight, so they have a trifecta.

Do as "progressives" say, not as they do.

T...

 Los Angeles’ top prosecutor is under fire for allowing a transgender woman who sexually assaulted a 10-year-old girl as a minor to face a no-jail wrist-slap sentence.  [More]

You ever get the feeling the wrong people are being assaulted?

No worries in his case, though. Gascon never lets the diktats he demands for you affect what he does for himself.

And did someone say "Soros"? Or is that not allowe...

Risk Management Means for Them

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:58, Tuesday, 18 January


Family Fights for Ivermectin for Dying Loved One, Courts Say 'No' [More]

Point/counterpoint... 

There's no way to give Dr. Brody at the Mayo ...

Life in 'Our Democracy'

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:51, Tuesday, 18 January

 'We have a lot of criminals on the streets that shouldn’t be out': Father of murdered UCLA student, 24, blames LA's woke politicians and prosecutors after she was randomly stabbed to death by homeless man in furniture store [More]

Sorry, man. Nothing you can do about it. You're outvoted.

[Via bondmen]...

[SHOT 2022] New .375 Bishop Short Magnum Cartridge

by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 10:24, Tuesday, 18 January

[SHOT 2022] New .375 Bishop Short Magnum Cartridge (5)Bishop Ammunition & Firearms has introduced the .475 Bishop Short Magnum cartridge back at SHOT Show 2019. It is a .474-caliber rebated rim proprietary cartridge designed to fit single stack in AR-10 pattern magazines and as stated by the company was (still probably is) the most powerful chambering for the AR-10 platform. At SHOT Show 2022, Bishop […]

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[SHOT 2022] NEW Less-Expensive Aimpoint Duty Red Dot Sight

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Tuesday, 18 January

In this episode of TFBTV, Hop is at SHOT Show 2022 speaking with Aimpoint about their newer, less-expensive red dot optic, the Aimpoint Duty. Specs are below: 2 MOA dot size 30,000 hours (over 3 years) of constant operation on setting 7 1 Off position, 4 night vision compatible settings, and 6 daylight settings Weight […]

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[SHOT 2022] Faxon & Q Collaboration: 8.6 Blackout Guns

by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 09:15, Tuesday, 18 January

[SHOT 2022] Faxon & Q Collaboration 8.6 Blackout Guns (1)At SHOT Show 2022 Industry Day at the Range, Faxon Firearms and Q introduced a joint project – Q Fix bolt action rifles and AR-10 style gas guns chambered in 8.6 Blackout. The cartridge is developed by Q and the contribution of Faxon Firearms to the project is the barrels. Let’s take a closer look. […]

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07:55

The turn is the moment when you kind of begin to understand, a little bit like that movie The Matrix, that everything you assumed was the very fabric of reality, it’s not just politics, it’s the entirety of existence, may be called into question.

Liel Leibovitz
January 11, 2022
Long-Time Democrat Liel Leibovitz Finds Himself ‘Politically Homeless’
[Observing the awakening is fascinating.

I suspect Leibovitz is not an outlier:

After winning more votes than any presidential candidate in American history, Biden is now – just 12 months later – one of the country’s most unpopular presidents.

For months, Biden’s approval ratings have languished in the mid to low 40s, with an average approval rating of 42%. ​​A Quinnipiac poll released last week found him at a dire ...

Squeemobile!

by Tam in View From The Porch at 07:27, Tuesday, 18 January

A little urban electric commuter pod styled after the old Isetta bubble cars is fixing to hit the streets in Europe and it is adorably twee. It's like if Funko Pop went into the car biz.

Microlino EV, adorable two-seater, going into production in Europe: https://t.co/fY7ZroCutY pic.twitter.com/6gDFl8AivU

— Car and Driver (@CARandDRIVER) January 18, 2022

 

Floyd and Morgan Co., Ky. (1933)

07/03/1933: A school board election turned violent, causing eight deaths and three injured.

Category: public

Suicide: no

Cause: politics

Weapon: pistols[1]


...

Okay, so I had SOMETHING....

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 06:08, Tuesday, 18 January

Started feeling crappy last Wednesday afternoon.  Headache, sinuses, and tired. The only cough was from a dry throat due to sinus drainage--never hit my chest.

Scored a home test which indicated negative for the wuflu but read later that the home tests work better with a saliva sample.  So really don't know and didn't care enough to go out and have my brainpan swabbed to find out for sure.

Stayed home--why?  Because I was sick.  Didn't matter what it was, didn't want to share the germs. 

B kept me in Chick-Fil-A spicy chicken sandwiches and other foodstuffs and another friend brought organic goods, vitamins and treats in drive-by food drops.  I had soups and such in the pantry too so all was well on the food front.

I'm on the mend and feeling almost human again.

Kinda hoping it was the XOMICRON so I can have an acquired immunity boost.  If not, well, I've gained immunity to something, so that's cool.



An Ultralight Get Home Bag – Part 1, by J.M.

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:03, Monday, 17 January

A few months ago I was approached by a friend of a friend who asked me for some help. She’s a medical device service technician and her job takes her around most of New England visiting hospitals and other healthcare facilities to do service work on medical equipment. She lives in New Hampshire, and she and her husband have a nice spread with chickens, goats and a large vegetable garden and greenhouse. We’ve had talked several times about preparedness in general and how she would home after a disaster if she were on the road, and she finally decided it …

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Both the old parties are bad, but…

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 05:00, Tuesday, 18 January

There IS a difference, at least in 2022. (At least in some leaders/members/supporters of each party.)

Let me explain. For years and years, many Libertarians – especially during political campaigns, have gleefully pointed out that “there ain’t a dime’s difference between the GOP and Democrats.” I’ve done it myself. And in many ways, that was true then – and is now.

They are, among other things, BOTH bad for liberty, for prosperity, and for peace. They are both bad when it comes to growing government, increasing totalitarian control by government, and making the whole planet a mess. They are the two wings of the evil predatory scavenger Americans chose instead of a turkey as the “national bird.”

BUT…

… the last two-plus years, and especially the last year, under the latest Democratic regime (Uncle Joe)… have demonstrated that there ARE some very nasty ways in which one old party is worse than the other. At least right now.

So answer these questions – either out loud, or in your head (no, you don’t have to raise your...

 "Were Utah a truly civilized place, the governor’s next move would be to find a way to mandate the kind of mass vaccination campaign we should have launched a year ago, going as far as to deploy the National Guard to ensure that people without proof of vaccination would not be allowed, well, anywhere." [More]

Anybody see any relevant, you know, qualifications to validate the fact that they're so sure they know what's best they're demanding deadly force from the state to bend us all to their will? Looks like heir Paul is every bit the subversive idiot his brother heir Jon proved to be. Their old man earned the money and they use it to force their lives' "wisdom" on the rest of us.

It's like children playing with a bomb.

Empty Shelf Syndrome

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:32, Tuesday, 18 January

 Vaccine Mandate for Cross Border Trucking Now in Effect, Mandate for Domestic Trucking Begins in a Week, Prepare Your Affairs Accordingly [More]

What better time for government to pile on?

Got toilet paper?

[Via Michael G]

New Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 LRF Pro Riflescope

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Tuesday, 18 January

Pulsar Thermion 2 XP 50 LRF Pro RiflescopeThe Pulsar Thermion 2 XP50 LRF Pro is Pulsar’s new flagship model of thermal riflescopes. It adds a feature many hunters have been waiting for, a built-in precision laser rangefinder. The integrated compact laser rangefinder (LRF) is fitted into a single optical channel, and gives the riflescope a capability to measure distances up to 800 […]

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[SHOT 2022] The FN Hi-Power Is Reborn

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 07:20, Tuesday, 18 January

Back in 2018 we reported that FN would be ceasing production of the iconic Browning Hi-Power. But now its back, ‘reborn’. FN America claim improvements to the pistol’s ergonomics, fire control design, accuracy and an increased magazine capacity of 17+1. Since FN announced the end of Hi-Power production we’ve seen numerous companies step in to […]

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[SHOT 2022] The NEW Arsenal SAM7R-94 Limited Edition AK-47

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Tuesday, 18 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves is at SHOT Show 2022 with Ryan Hicks of Arsenal to talk about their newest addition to the Arsenal collection of premium Kalashnikov-type rifles, the Arsenal SAM7R-94. Check today’s video for the details on this new AK. ««« GUN AND GEAR GIVEAWAYS »»» Check out our Patreon and […]

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04:55

 But this ball got hit to the center field upper deck.


Because nobody can pronounce "The Protocols of the Elders of Lllwgyddywwglch". https://t.co/9glTzHwOdU

— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) January 16, 2022

01:55

Preparedness Notes for Tuesday — January 18, 2022

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:04, Monday, 17 January

January 18th, 1813 was the birthday Joseph Glidden, who invented barbed wire. And speaking of barbed wire — and the lack thereof — Kevin Costner, who starred in Open Range, was born on this day in 1955. — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 98 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: The photovoltaic power specialists at Quantum Harvest LLC  are providing a store-wide 10% off coupon. Depending on the model chosen, this could be worth more than $2000. A Gunsite Academy Three Day Course Certificate. This can be …

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SurvivalBlog’s News From The American Redoubt

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:02, Monday, 17 January

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 embattled Wyoming Congressional Representative Liz Cheney. (See the Wyoming section.) Idaho Report: Boise PD chief under investigation by Idaho State Police. o  o  o Shari Dovale, at Redoubt News: Will the Idaho Republican Party Throw the Voters Under the Bus? o  o  …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 23:01, Monday, 17 January

“One of the painful signs of years of dumbed-down education is how many people are unable to make a coherent argument. They can vent their emotions, question other people’s motives, make bold assertions, repeat slogans – anything except reason.” – Thomas Sowell

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[SHOT 2022] Skydio Thermal Drones

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 23:20, Monday, 17 January

A friend of mine, Sean S. clued me into Skydio back in the fall of 2020. I met up with Charlie of Skydio back then and he showed me a new drone they were submitting to the military. It is now called the X2D and they were at SHOT Show Range Day. Drones @TFB SkyWall100 […]

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TFBTV is Back for SHOT Show 2022

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 22:25, Monday, 17 January

SHOT Show is back for 2022. We are here literally right now. Want to see up to the minute videos and new products? Make sure to go the TFBTV Show Time and Subscribe (don’t forget to hit the bell for notifications): https://www.youtube.com/tfbtvshowtime ««« GEAR USED IN THIS VIDEO »»» • Apparel: All TFBTV apparel is […]

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[SHOT 2022] New Releases From Winchester Ammunition

by Daniel Y in The Firearm Blog at 22:04, Monday, 17 January

[SHOT 2022] New Releases From Winchester AmmunitionWinchester Ammunition had several new varieties available at Shot Show 2022 Industry Range Day. The USA Ready Defense 9mm +P 124-grain load was present in quantity. The HEX-VENT polymer insert aids in expansion by “channeling material flow” as it passes through the target. Winchester’s promotional materials advertise over 12″ of penetration and 95% weight retention. […]

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[SHOT 2022] Suppressed Alien By Laugo Arms

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 21:46, Monday, 17 January

The Alien by Laugo Arms is a rather polarizing. It was unveiled two years ago at SHOT Show 2020. Well Laugo Arms is back and they brought out their suppressed Alien pistol for SHOT Show Range Day 2022. Laugo Arms @TFB [SHOT 2020] New From Lancer Systems – The Laugo Alien & The L15 Defense […]

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Looking back over the past year of Lockdown content, I can’t help but get excited about all the products offered. I’ve followed the brand since its beginning and usually know what’s coming down the pipeline. Let me just say … hold onto your hats for 2022! However, until we begin highlighting those, check out some of the products we shared with you in 2021. 

In collaboration with Founding Partner Sponsor, GLOCK, and Silver Sponsor, Baron Engraving, the Scholastic Action Shooting Program (SASP) is proud to auction the Michelle Viscusi Pro Shooting Signature Glock 34. Industry-supported since its inception, the SASP provides youth development opportunities through team-based shooting sports and its National Championship has grown to be the largest action shooting event in the world.

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Monday, 17 January

21:55

[SHOT 2022] New PF320PTEX Pistol Kits from Polymer 80

by Rusty S. in The Firearm Blog at 21:23, Monday, 17 January

PF320PTEX Pistol Kit from Polymer80Roll your Own 320 New this year from Polymer 80 will be complete PF320 kits to plug and play with your Sig P320 FCU. The kits will come with an aluminum flared magwell and a stainless steel barrel, as well as a slide that has an optics cut for RMR footprint RDS. Previously, Polymer80 only […]

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New Rifles from SavageNew Centerfire and Rimfire Rifles from Savage The new rifles on hand to shoot from Savage this year were the Impulse Elite Precision in 6.5 Creedmoor and the Model 64 Precision in .22lr. The Impulse Elite Precision was chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor, and was fitted with a suppressor by the time we got to shoot […]

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[SHOT 2022] Optics Ready VP9 SK from H&K

by Austin R in The Firearm Blog at 19:15, Monday, 17 January

HK VP9 SK ORH&K unveiled the new VP9 SK OR (Optics Ready) at today’s Industry Day at the Range. This newest addition to the VP9 lineup adds features to the carry model as well as some new refinements.  H&K was kind enough to walk me through the new pistol and let me try out their newest optics-ready variant. […]

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[SHOT 2022] New Model 89 Tactical From Big Horn Armory

by Rusty S. in The Firearm Blog at 18:39, Monday, 17 January

Big Horn Armory Model 89 Tactical PrototypesWhat’s better than a .500 S&W Levergun? One that’s Threaded! New for this year from Big Horn Armory is the Model 89 Tactical.  This .500 S&W chambered lever gun will feature a muzzle brake, scout scope mount, rear peep and front iron sights, and an aluminum Mlok fore-end section for mounting accessories.  The main fore-end […]

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18:55

Idaho Hospital Availability

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 14:54, Monday, 17 January

I found a pretty recent breakdown of bed and ICU use by county.  Ada County is worst:


"- Inpatient beds occupied: 89.0% (13.0% by COVID-19 patients)
--- 23.6% more full than Idaho overall
- ICU beds occupied: 84.0% (32.0% by COVID-19 patients)"

This is not wonderful but hospitals are seldom empty.  Omicron seems unlikely to overwhelm hospital capacity here.

14:55

Oh noes! Covid cases are going up!

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 14:53, Monday, 17 January

Well, they are here in Florida.  More specifically, they've gone up by two - one for me, one for The Queen Of The World.  It feels like a really bad flu, or how you feel at the onset of bronchitis.  It isn't any fun at all.

Would not recommend.  This is how I prefer my 'rona - with lime.



Issues Not Connected

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 13:00, Monday, 17 January

 Either the FBI or the AP believes that we are idiots.  Probably both.


I wonder what that Paki-Brit-Muslim dude thought he was going to find when he entered a synagog during worship services?  A bunch of Pentecostals?  Or Latter-Day Saints?  Let's think for a inute?  Who normally goes into a synagogue during Shabbat?

Both the AP and the FBI have become laughable.

The Hero of Medicine Returns

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:00, Monday, 17 January

 Gun owners sue over California law allowing personal information to be used in research ... Gun owners sue over California law allowing personal information to be used in research [More]

And look who heads them up -- my old pal.

I guess creeping on us at gun shows just doesn't do it for him anymore.

[Via Jess]

S&W CSX Q&A with Comparisons

by JulieG in Blog – Julie Golob at 12:34, Monday, 17 January

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Today at SHOT 2022’s Industry Day at the Range, Umarex unveiled their brand new Primal 20. Airguns have been carving themselves a niche in the hunting market and Umarex is one of the big names in that area. Their newest offering is a 20-gauge slug firing airgun. The Umarex Primal 20 – A 20-Gauge Slug Airgun […]

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[SHOT 2022] PSA Shows off their PSAK-105, Tease 5.56 AK

by Benjamin F in The Firearm Blog at 11:40, Monday, 17 January

Today at Industry Day at the Range for SHOT 2022, Palmetto State Armory showed off their PSAK-105, a 5.45 AK variant. I got a chance to see and shoot it, and I have to say that I was very impressed. The staff at the booth also teased a 5.56 AK, but unfortunately did not have […]

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Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 184: Nerding Out Over Ammo

by Weerd Beard in Weer'd World at 02:02, Monday, 17 January

In This Episode:
  • Erin and Weer’d talk about some recent 2A court cases and then discuss a new device that attempts to defeat the bumpstock ban;
  • David brings us an in-depth review on classes of ammo, and ammo interchangeability;
  • and finally, Weer’d brings us a fisk of a false-flag gun group out of Oregon.

Did you know that we have a Patreon? Join now for the low, low cost of $4/month (that’s $1/podcast) and you’ll get to listen to our podcast on Friday instead of Mondays, as well as patron-only content like mag dump episodes, our hilarious blooper reels and film tracks.

Show Notes

Main Topic:

11:55

 The ACLU should have filed this suit, but realistically, they were never concerned about the mixing of religion and state, just Christianity and state. 1/17/21 Christian Post:

The California Department of Education said it's removing two religious chants to Aztec gods from its ethnic studies curriculum in response to a lawsuit filed by parents.

As part of a settlement in the lawsuit, the California Department of Education and the State Board of Education have voluntarily agreed to officially remove the prayers from the state-approved Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum, according to the conservative legal firm Thomas More Society.

The curriculum included a section of “Affirmation, Chants, and Energizers,” including the “In Lak Ech Affi...

Today

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 09:44, Monday, 17 January

 Never burned a building.

Never looted.

Never killed anyone.



Changed everything.

Win $50K and a Tech Job

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 09:02, Monday, 17 January

Feeling nerdy and intellectually arrogant? Need a job?

You can win a prize of between $5000 and $50,000 and a job offer from Alignment Research Center if you can slog your way through some of the worst prose ever written in English, that buries you in an avalanche of pretentious nerdspeak buzz words, heaps and piles of “gradient descents” and “Bayes nets.”

Reading this horrible stuff is in itself a formidable, mind-stupefying task. Personally, I think a better contest challenge would have consisted of asking people to edit this incredible meandering confused textual Odyssey into concise, intelligible st...

Wow! Rasmussen!

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 10:29, Monday, 17 January

 As it turns out, there are a bunch of Nazis in the Deocratic party.  According to a recent Rasmussen poll.

– Forty-five percent (45%) of Democrats would favor governments requiring citizens to temporarily live in designated facilities or locations if they refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Really?  Nearly half of Democrats are okay with locking people up over a medical decision?  That's kind o harsh. 

- 47% of Democrats favor a government tracking program for those who won’t get the COVID-19 vaccine.

It looks like nearly half of Democrats favor a system of gulags, or concentration camps, along with government surveillance. 

Now, if you'll excuse me, I have some firearms maintenance on my schedule.

How about giving the FedGov a report card?

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 11:01, Monday, 17 January

The FedGov, under the Constitution of 1787, established enumerated (specific) and limited powers, with the 10th Amendment explicitly stating that everything else – EVERYTHING ELSE – was reserved to the States or to the people themselves.

How well is DC – the FedGov – doing here in 2021?

Those powers are these:

  • power to lay and collect taxes,
  • pay debts,
  • borrow money,
  • regulate commerce with foreign nations,
  • establish uniform rules of naturalization,
  • establish uniform laws on bankruptcies,
  • coin money and regulate its value,
  • fix the standard of weights and measures,
  • provide for punishment of counterfeiting,
  • establish post roads and offices,
  • promote progress of science and useful arts by establishing copyright laws,
  • constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court,
  • define and punish piracies and felonies on the high seas,
  • declare war, raise armies, provide and maintain a navy
  • make rules for government and regulation of the land and naval forces,
  • provide for c...

 A top official with the Federal Bureau of Investigation repeatedly refused to disclose how many FBI agents and informants were involved in the Capitol protest on January 6, 2021. [Ted Cruz] also demanded to know if FBI agents committed any violent crimes or incited any violent crimes on January 6. Sanborn again declined to answer. [More]

Who's behind the "coup" again...?

NRA & Their “Expert” Lawyer, Brewer, Lose Another One to New York State [More]

The speculation on why Chris Cox was purged seems plausible, but regardless, he knew what was going on.

And of course, ...

Survey SAYS...

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:27, Monday, 17 January

Shock Poll — Half of Democrats want Covid skeptics in prison [More]

I'm not shocked, are you?

Besides, only a seditious extremist would refuse to obey. But don't worry, nobody's talking about taking your guns. Well, except Democrats.

...

Help! I live on the Information Dirt Road!

by Mas in at 10:53, Monday, 17 January

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08:55

That should increase tourism……big gun small dick!

Den Quin @DennisDenquin
Tweeted on January 11, 2022
[It’s not only another Markley’s Law Monday it’s another science denier!

Via a tweet from In Chains @InChainsInJail.—Joe]

Carne de vinha d'alhos

by Tam in View From The Porch at 06:10, Monday, 17 January

It means "meat in wine and garlic" and it originated in Madeira and the Azores. Sailors from these Portuguese Atlantic islands brought the dish to the Americas, where it's known as "Calvinadage" in Trinidad & Tobago.


When the Portuguese conquered Goa on the Indian subcontinent in 1510*, the recipe followed along there, too. In India, "vinha d'alhos" became "vindaloo", staple of curry houses in Britain. 

While many Indian variations pad out the meat with cubed potatoes and 'aloo' is the Hindi word for potato, the etymology is from the Goan dish "vindalho". 

Bobbi made her second try at a vindaloo Saturday and it was excellent. Her recipe is posted on her blog.

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Dad Joke CLXII

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 05:59, Monday, 17 January

What kind of doctor is Doctor Pepper?  A Fizzician.

Hat tip: Miguel, via email.

 Trump Policies: With 50% Less Irritation

When Mitt Romney turns his back on a Democrat, you know your agenda has gone sideways.  One of Romney's big faults is acceptance of Left side shenanigans in the interest of comity.  When even he throws up his hands... 

Biden would have to a 180, I think, and a mea culpa, to have a chance now.  But he won't because November is 10 months away, why bother?  And a mea culpa would cheese off his supporters even if he uses it to get stuff they want.

MLK Day: America’s Affirmative Action Holiday

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 08:19, Monday, 17 January

Vince Everett Ellison demonstrates that not all African Americans buy into the MLK myth.

After finding evidence that the “man of God” and “moral conscience of our nation,” the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., participated in the rape of a parishioner, engaged in numerous sex orgies, received cash payments from known communists, and admitted that he was a Marxist, King biographer and Pulitzer Prize-winning author David Garrow wrote of King, “There is no question that a profoundly painful reckoning and reconsideration inescapably awaits....

 How did a bat-shit crazy Brit get into the US?  Considering the fact that he was barred from the court in England due to his fixation on 9/11 and terrorists acts, I'm sure that his behavior would be flagged somewhere.

I'm sure the Dims will be concentrating on the firearm because that's their gig.

But it is possible that proper border security and visa processes would have prevented the whole thing.

Texas TL in Exile Episode 6

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:19, Monday, 17 January


 The guest this time on the podcast is David Codrea, one of the two who broke the Fast and Furious scandal that could have cost Obama his presidency. David sheds light on the scandal in the light of new information concerning the Mexican indictments of former top law enforcement officials who were tied to the scandal.  [More]

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Game Theory

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:05, Monday, 17 January

 NYT Warns of ‘Right-Wing Threat’ to Democracy, Calls to ‘War-Game’ Insurgency, Secession, Civil War [More]

So their answer is "Yes"?

[Via 1Gat]

Off to a Good Start

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:16, Monday, 17 January

 Philadelphia carjackers shot by legally armed drivers 3 separate times so far in 2022 [More]

With all the negative stories in the news, it's nice to see something uplifting and hopeful for a change.

[Via bondmen]

And One Last Thing Before I Go

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:59, Monday, 17 January

 Northam pardons Sen. Joe Morrissey for his interaction with 17-year-old [More]

That's because having a predatory lunatic vote to disarm his countrymen is more important to him than having a basic sense of human decency, which if you think about it, should not surprise anyone.

[Via Mack H]

 Why police are concerned about Missouri’s new gun law [More]

Just spitballing here, but because chiefs are for the most part politically-beholden oath-breaking "Only Ones"...?

[Via bondmen]

Spider & the Fly

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:52, Monday, 17 January

  • Venezuela Starving Kids to Feed Cuba
  • Forced Organ Harvesting Updates
And plenty more from the Anticommunism Action Team... 

Survey SAYS...

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:08, Monday, 17 January

Poll Finds Only 10% Of Americans Trust Media On COVID, 30% Trust Fauci [More]

That must include a lot of people for The Los Angeles Times to mock when they die...

...

 Man accused of killing teenage girlfriend was out on bond in another murder case [Watch]

He shot her to death?

Tell me this isn't why we need universal background checks and red flag laws!

And I guess now is not a good time to talk about choices and consequences.

[Via 1Gat]

Scheller Game

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:25, Tuesday, 18 January

 He plans to take action by getting involved in politics and considering running for a seat in 2024. [Watch]

After alienating both sides?

[Via bondmen]

 Virginia Beach police used forged documents to secure cooperation, confessions in interrogations [More]

So now they're not allowed to lie?

[Via Michael G]

Uncle Joe 2.0

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:53, Monday, 17 January

 Some brilliant, soviet era inspired agitprop showed up in Washington DC overnight highlighting the agenda of the current Joe Biden administration. [More]

And art takes its cue from life inasmuch as the artist believes his anonymity is necessary...

[Via Agustin B]

Shipments of State

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:18, Monday, 17 January


2021 Export and Sanctions Review Part I [More]

Reeves & Dola, LLP navigates us through "the ever-shifting sands of U.S. country policy actions."

 Police in Ohio released body camera footage Thursday showing an officer firing multiple rounds through a wooden privacy fence without warning at someone shooting gunfire into the air on the other side. [More]

I guess Cooper's rules only apply to untrained amateurs.

[Via bondmen]

New Kids on the Blockchain

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:45, Monday, 17 January

 According to their analysis piece, “White supremacists embraced cryptocurrency early in its development, and in some cases produced million-dollar profits through the technology, reshaping the racist right in radical ways, a Hatewatch analysis found,” the writers' Dec. 9 article states. [More]

Come to think of it, I have seen some white racists rolling in the dough... oh, wait, that was Morris Dees and...

Me, I'm sinking it all in NFTs...

[Via Michael G]

 "We've Got A Gun At Every Door In The House": Border Rancher Sees 2,400% Increase In Illegal Aliens On Property [More]

That must explain why Liam was so eager to help!

[Via bondmen]

Supremacists Strike Again

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:05, Monday, 17 January

 Donald Trump, who has referred to COVID-19 as the “Chinese virus” and more recently the “kung flu,” has helped normalize anti-Asian xenophobia, stoking public hysteria and racist attacks. [More]

Damn right-wing Republican racists...

Curioser and Curioser

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:45, Monday, 17 January

 So the only person with a gun that day was dropped from the FBI list?  How did that happen? [More]

Is he not talking because he might self-incriminate or is there another reason?

[Via bondmen]

'Do I Feel Lucky?'

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:33, Monday, 17 January

 Another black academic has chimed in on the one-year anniversary of the U.S. Capitol “insurrection,” opining that the nation’s teachers should make it a “case study in white privilege.” [More]

In fairness, some of us do think what happened to Ashli and the prisoners was unearned.

[Via Michael G]

Reclassified

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:32, Monday, 17 January

 We Are All Domestic Terrorists Now [More]

Well, it's a nice, soft night...

[Via bondmen]

Franklin Armory’s BFS-3 for the Glock 17: Re-Perfection

by Mike Searson in Recoil at 08:21, Monday, 17 January

If a company has ever caught lightning in a bot...

New GBRS Group Assaulter Belt in MAS Grey

by Forrest Cooper in Recoil at 08:05, Monday, 17 January

...

[SHOT 2022] Walther Unveils PDP SD Pro

by Benjamin F in The Firearm Blog at 08:16, Monday, 17 January

Walther Unveils PDP SD Pro Today at Shot Show’s Industry Day at the Range, Walther showed off for the first time their brand new PDP SD Pro. Walther’s PDP handgun was released in February of 2021 as a successor to the highly-regarded PPQ. The PDP provided a factory optics cut slide, a more aggressive grip […]

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05:55

Hang on, let me get the popcorn...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 05:01, Monday, 17 January

You had to wonder how long Trumpworld was going to let DeSantis maneuver freely to take them in enfilade before deploying skirmishers to protect their right flank. https://t.co/TKEHz5UtU6

— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) January 17, 2022

Lefty Lunacy

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 05:12, Monday, 17 January

 Reading Instapundit this morning, we come to this bit of lefty lunacy regarding this weekend's Congregation Beth Israel incident.


First of all, Kyle turned himself in to the police.  He literally walked into a police station and surrendered to the desk sergeant.  Second, murder is a legal term.  A jury f 12 says that Kyle murdered no one.  

Turning to the Paki-Muslin guy, if he had followed Kyle's exa...

TLG’s Top 5: Dot Torture

by SLG in pistol-training.com at 05:30, Monday, 17 January

Talk about a misunderstood test! Sometime around the mid 2000’s someone gave me the Dot Torture paper, properly accredited to David Blinder. I had it at the NRA range one night when Todd and I were shooting together and we both tried it. Neither of us had any trouble cleaning it at the prescribed 3 […]

Delhaxhe “Apache”: The Other French Knife-Knuckle-Gun

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 05:27, Monday, 17 January

Long associated with Parisian street gangs called “Apaches” (after the American Indian tribe), there were two main patterns of combination knife/knuckle/firearm made in the mid/late 1800s in France. This one was designed by J. Delhaxhe, and features a solid frame set up as brass knuckles. The firearm part is a six-shot pinfire pepperbox cylinder of approximately 6mm caliber. There is also a short dagger that folds away against the backstrap of the frame. This pattern actually feels fairly solid in the hand – definitely moreso than the Dolne style of Apache combination weapon.

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