Tuesday, 18 September


Quote of the day—Bill de Blasio

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 06:00, Tuesday, 18 September

What’s been hardest is the way our legal system is structured to favor private property. I think people all over this city, of every background, would like to have the city government be able to determine which building goes where, how high it will be, who gets to live in it, what the rent will be. I think there’s a socialistic impulse, which I hear every day, in every kind of community, that they would like things to be planned in accordance to their needs. And I would, too. Unfortunately, what stands in the way of that is hundreds of years of history that have elevated property rights and wealth to the point that that’s the reality that calls the tune on a lot of development.

Bill de Blasio
New York City Mayor
August 2017
[That explains a lot. He has more in common with Karl Marx, Vladimir Lenin, and Joseph Stalin than John Locke, Thomas Jefferson, and ...

Trigger Go-Fast

by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 03:30, Tuesday, 18 September

So bumpstocks and whatnot are illegal in Maryland.

But the law is written such that ANYTHING that makes you able to pull your firearm's trigger faster is the same thing as a having a bumpstock and now a crime.  Well a crime after October 1st.

Put some molybdenum grease on your sear-hammer engagement in the 1911?  FELONY!

Put some gun oil on the BOLT of Grampa's pre-64 Winchester .30-06?  You can go mariginally faster cycling that bolt.  FELONY!

Like most gun laws in Maryland... heck most laws, of any flavor...  they are poorly written and subject to all kinds of misinterpretation.  Which is why I'd never avoid jury duty for anything.  ~cough-nullification-cough~.

Shhh, don't tell any Maryland DA's my real name.   They will dump me in voir dire.


So, if in Maryland, and someone at the range that looks like he might be a cop asks you if you put any oil on your pistol, tell that guy to go pound sand down a rathole.


KC police revoke officers’ award for 2013 fatal shooting of unarmed man [More]
I'm just trying to imagine what the trophy looked like.

[Via bondmen]

Eye Candy

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:47, Tuesday, 18 September

After strangling him, he cut off his ear and gouged out his eyeballs, three sources confirmed. He put the ear on a string around his neck, showing it off to several inmates, before morning breakfast in the chow hall, the sources said. He left the eyeballs in a cup in the cell and told other prisoners that he intended to either eat or drink them later.[More]
So he can't even be trusted with custodians?

How would ever letting animals out and designating them "prohibited persons" make "society" measurably safer?

[Via ...

Cultural Terraforming for Tyranny

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:28, Tuesday, 18 September

Not that this has anything to do with that "single issue"( if you listen to our "gun rights leaders").

Burden of Proof

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:19, Tuesday, 18 September

Since when does a rabid mob concern itself with due process? [More]

[Via Mack H]

So THAT Explains It

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:11, Tuesday, 18 September

Prof who shot himself on campus to protest Trump apologizes, now says he did it to ban AR-15s [More]
I knew there had to be a good reason!

Look, Prof. Bird, the arm is fine for stuff like bump stocks, but if you want the brass ring you've got to aim higher.  And if you want it all, I'm thinking community organizing a merger between those mass "lie-ins", a candlelight vigil, and what we can learn by embracing other cultures...


The Pond and the Spoon

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 05:55, Tuesday, 18 September

Second Amendment activism like never before! [More]
I see a need for a new paradigm.

[Via Felix B]

Exposing Apparatchiks

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 05:37, Tuesday, 18 September

O’Keefe said the undercover videos that will be part of unmasking the Deep State will name names. [More]
That his efforts are so singular and remarkable is the biggest indictment against the DSM I can think of.

[Via Jess]

Where a Kid Can Be Undid

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 05:26, Tuesday, 18 September

A 22-year-old man was hospitalized after he accidentally shot himself in a Chuck E. Cheese's restaurant in Tacoma Sunday night. [More]
Couldn't he read?

I wouldn't go into one even with a gun. And there's no way I'd expose a child to such a known dangerous environment.

Crime Wave UK: Govt Moves to Stop Knife Sales as Blade Crime Hits 7-Year High [More]
Incredibly strict firearm controls appear to be doing little to stem soaring rates of gun crime, too, with London seeing a 44 per cent rise since 2014...
Give it a few more years, We ain't seen nothin' yet.

Nada. Zip.

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 05:06, Tuesday, 18 September

“I think this represents that even as far as May 2017, we still couldn’t answer the question,” Page told lawmakers ... Strzok indicated as much in a text to Page on May 19, 2017, two days after special counsel Robert Mueller was appointed. “You and I both know the odds are nothing. If I thought it was likely I’d be there no question. I hesitate in part because of my gut sense and concern there’s no big there there.” [More]
So basically what's going on now is coup d'état bait-and-switch? Or do national socialists call theirs a putsch?

'Settled Science'

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 05:05, Tuesday, 18 September

‘No evidence’ high levels of ‘bad’ cholesterol cause heart disease, doctors claim [More]
It does make one think of edicts enacted and behaviors controlled because we've been assured that doom awaits if we ignore those being represented as the "experts."

Free Books- Part 162

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 04:40, Tuesday, 18 September

Amazon has a tremendous number of FREE ebooks on their website.  On average, you can find approximately 11,000 free kindle books on Amazon’s site every day!  These books can be downloaded to a Kindle reader or a free App on your phone or personal computer.  Even if you don’t have a Kindle, you can download a free Kindle reader for your computer or phone HERE.   If you would like a free 30-day trial of Kindle Unlimited (unlimited reading for a low monthly fee), click on the box below.



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


One caution….



I recently wrote a piece for The WON about running with a gun, and there is another piece of that self-protection mindset that we should make sure we cover: storage. Part of carrying a gun when you run, walk, hike, or otherwise leave your house and chose to be armed is securing it when you return home.



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Government is inefficient even when it is trying to be efficient.  Marcel Bich (creator of the Bic ball point pen) saw that clearly:

We are fiercely anti-technocratic. The way to keep the price of beef down is not by government price regulation, but by producing beef efficiently. 
Technocracy is a widespread disease today. Starting at the top with the ENA (Ecole Nationale d’Administration ), it reaches all levels. It is particularly attractive to French people, Cartesian by nature. It results in a large number of administrators and organizers, but when it comes to rolling up your sleeves and doing the actual work there is nobody. Technocracy results in high production costs and, much more critical, low morale among employees who become discouraged and bored with their jobs in which they cannot take any initiative. By placing confidence in workers, employees and executives, everything becomes simpler. Contrary to popular belief, private enterprises have a greater chance of success today than they ever did. As proof, just look at th...

Constitution Day and Us

by DRGO in Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership at 05:00, Tuesday, 18 September

Yesterday, September 17, was United States Constitution Day—also Citizenship Day, and before that, I Am An American Day. Any day is good to be grateful to be American. This one is especially fitting. Such national days are celebrated all over the world in at least 58 countries. But America’s came first, and has been the […]

I need to do some handloading.

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 06:20, Tuesday, 18 September

And form some brass.  And clean this place up(again).  And do all the other stuff that needs doing.

Is there a surrender flag for all this crap?

Good Guys 1, Bad Guys 0

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:10, Tuesday, 18 September


Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Stasyuk

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:00, Tuesday, 18 September

End of Watch. Deputy Mark Stasyuk Killed In Rancho Cordova Shooting.

The shooting happened at around 1:40 p.m. on Monday at the Pep Boys on the 10,000 block of Folsom Boulevard. The responding officers were immediately fired upon according to investigators as they responded to a disturbance at the business.

Stasyuk was struck in the upper body. The other officer, Julie Robertson, was shot in the arm.

What Sets Gun Values? (RIA 74 Final Prices)

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 06:27, Tuesday, 18 September

As usual, I have a recap today of the final prices of the guns I filmed from the most recent RIA auction (#74; September 2018). Lots of examples here of seemingly similar items selling for substantially different amounts because of factors like whether or not they are German.

Yemeni City Introduces Gun Control

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Tuesday, 18 September

yemen gun shopThe city of Mukalla, in war-torn Yemen, has introduced gun control measures. Rather than a blanket ban, the city has become a gun-free area. People wishing to enter the Mukalla must hand over their weapons at checkpoints on the edge of town. Mukalla, the capital of Hadramawt province on Yemen’s southern coast, was recaptured from Al-Qaeda […]

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Grand Paper HullLately Federal Premium has been taking a lot of their ammunition offerings and modifying them to be even better than before. This has now extended into their Gold Medal Grand Paper Hull shotgun shells. Where some people might tread on the edge of safety with the phrase if it’s not broke, don’t fix it. Federal Premium […]

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Monday, 17 September


Teaching Liberals English

by mzmadmike in The Sacred Cow Slaughterhouse at 21:47, Monday, 17 September


The more educated among you may recall that a "faggot" is a bundle of sticks.

In early English boarding schools, the term "faggot" (later shortened to "fag") became applied to the person who gathered the faggots for the fire. This young man also performed numerous other menial tasks. Laundry, boot blacking, even occasionally toilet seat warming.

Eventually, the meniality of these tasks (deemed to be "women's work" in an historically sexist society), and this position, was the source of the term applied to effeminate men believed to be homosexual.  But that is a recent invention, and certainly not the only definition of the term.  Fagging continued in British boarding schools as recently as the 1970s, and I would suspect persists clandestinely.

Now, you can assume that the faggot would be a lower classman, typically also small, and definitely not from a family with money or status.  If you're warming someone else's toilet seat, you're pretty much the low man on the scrotum pole, and certainly not the kind who's going to mount any kind of effective resistance.

And thus, most modern young liberal protesters, regardless of their sexual orientatio...



by Murphy's Law in Lagniappe's Lair at 17:18, Monday, 17 September

Still here. With the dogs. Down by the river.

Watching the riverboats head downriver.

Ask not -

by Brigid J. in Home on the Range at 17:13, Monday, 17 September

I got a new front door mat. It's a little small so I laid it on top of the bigger mat which is in good condition, I just couldn't resist getting this.

 It made my mailman laugh out loud.

Book Bomb! Empire of Silence

by correia45 in Monster Hunter Nation at 19:09, Monday, 17 September

It is Book Bomb Day!

A Book Bomb is when we pick out a deserving author who could use a publicity boost, and get as many people as possible to buy their book in the same day on Amazon. The more people who buy, the higher it goes in the sales rankings. Once it gets on some bestseller lists, that gets it in front of even more new eyes. Success breeds success, the author gets new readers, and most importantly, the author GETS PAID.

Today’s Book Bomb is for my friend Christopher Ruocchio’s debut novel, Empire of Silence.

Empire of Silence
by Christoper Ruocchio

Don’t let the debut novel thing scare you. This book is excellently written. It’s like a Roman version of Dune. I’ve been listening to the audiobook and I’ve really enjoyed it.

I know Christopher because he works in the office at Baen Books. However, you’ll note that this book i...

AR-15 Wear and Failure Points

by The Freeholder in The Freeholder at 17:12, Monday, 17 September

(Via Says Uncle)

15 wear and failure points on the AR series of firearms, but a list of good spares to keep.

I note they diplomatically mention the shooter as a failure point.

Former Ruger CEO William B. Ruger, Jr. Passes Away

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 17:33, Monday, 17 September

William B. Ruger, Jr.Former CEO of Sturm, Ruger & Co., William B. Ruger, Jr. has passed away at the weekend, aged 79. William Jr. took over leadership of the company from his father, William B. Ruger, Sr., the founder in 2000, William, Jr. himself retired in 2006. Ruger have released the following statement: Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. […]

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TFB Review: CMMG Banshee Mk57 5.7×28 pistol

by Rusty S. in The Firearm Blog at 17:00, Monday, 17 September

Ready for testingBlowback Banshee CMMG’s Mk57 series is their line of 5.7x28mm firearms.  Their “Banshee”  model incorporates their shortest barrel in the caliber (5″), as well as a Tailhook PSB.  All Mk57 models use CMMG’s Patent Pending Radial Delayed Blowback (RDB) system found in their GUARD models.  The RDB blowback bolts have a head that is forced […]

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They have now passed Venezuela in oil production.  Admittedly, they only otherwise produce wheat and snow.

Remember Bohemian Rhapsody?

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 14:32, Monday, 17 September

On 28 trombones https://theawesomer.com/bohemian-rhapsody-on-28-trombones/493190/

Yes... that's seriously today's article: 5 Realities Of Owning A Gun (The Media Never Talks About)

(And for once the url is close to the title.)

The article does present itself as a "both sides are wrong".  Except it doesn't mention anything that gun control advocates get... wrong.

Other than the dubious claim that blue states don't pass gun control in the wake of mass shootings.  Which...  is hilariously false.  Given New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, California  all passed gun control measures and do so regularly.   Even Vermont and Florida passed gun control.

For all the talk of "gun fanatics" and how some states have "no licenses for dealers" (nevermind that dealers are federally licensed...),  the iron pipeline paranoia, and that  gun ownership is at an all time low...

There is this bit,  which comes after talking about how the NRA is all extremist

So maybe it's finally time to start p...

Activists to Gather in Chicago for Gun Rights Conference

by Dave Workman in Liberty Park Press at 14:21, Monday, 17 September



Birds Head Grips

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 15:32, Monday, 17 September

The era of the 1870s-1890s was a remarkable period on many levels, not the least of which was the rapid progression of firearms design.  I've been doing a little bit of research, and found some interesting stuff.  The first one is here:

The 1877 Colt Double Action Revolver
by Ed Buffaloe
Most likely, the Colt Double Action revolver of 1877 was a response to the introduction of the Webley Bulldog pistol in 1872, which was already being imported into the U.S. by late 1873.  The Webley was a double action pistol with a two inch barrel, the original version of which held 5 rounds of .44 center fire ammunition.  It was well received in the U.S. because it was well made, reliable, concealable, and relatively cheap compared to a Colt or a Smith & Wesson, plus it was “self-cocking,” advertised (in later years) as being able to fire five rounds in three seconds.  This gun almost demanded a response from the premier American gun manufacturers.
More at the link...

Asked and Answered

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 13:30, Monday, 17 September

Is Dianne Feinstein the Most Corrupt Senator in the United States?

Probably, but that is a pretty high bar.  You realize that we're talking about Democratic senator?

I didn't realize until early this morning, but this whole Kavanaugh debacle smacks of the Anita Hill allegations about Clarence Thomas.  History may not repeat itself, but it surely rhymes.  This is straight out of the Democratic palybook.

Feinstein sat on that letter for months, had plenty of  opportunity to bring it up, and waited till the 11th hour to make the stunning revelation.  The accuser is a piece of work as well.  She also had plenty of time to make those allegations.  From what little I've read, the woman in question is a PhD professor of something-or-other at a California university.   She is certainly educated enough to know that there is a time limit on everything.   In most wedding ceremonies that I've attended, there is an admonition to the witnesses to "speak now, or forever hold your peace".

I understand that some survivors of sex...

Upstairs, Downstairs

by The Freeholder in The Freeholder at 16:33, Monday, 17 September

Eric S. Raymond posits that we are genetically selecting for intelligence at the top of the income scale and muses on the possible consequences. e sure to read the comments as well.

He points out that this would make an interesting SF book. Personally, I think it could be a series.

Greetings ATG Members & Friends, We have our ATG monthly action shooting event scheduled at the Spokane Rifle & Pistol Cub Mica Range for 10:00 AM-2:00 PM;  Saturday, September 29th.  If you are interested in helping as an RSO or wish to join us for the shoot, please RSVP. We expect to conduct our monthly ATG […]

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I’ve been searching for a good SHTF optic for my AR-15, and for most folks who are into prepping (go ahead and snicker but we both know your pr0n habit isn’t the only reason you’re clearing your browser history), something by Trijicon is at or near the top of their “if I could just have […]

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SCW gunsDéjà vu? Not quite. The US Army has announced the companies which have been down-selected for the Sub Compact Weapon programme. Six of the companies which responded to the Army’s Prototype Opportunity Notice have been selected for testing and evaluation and there are some surprising absences when we compare it with the previous round of […]

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Auto Ordnance Debuts a NEW Custom “Vengeance” WWII M1 Carbine

by Adam Scepaniak in The Firearm Blog at 15:00, Monday, 17 September

VengeanceAuto Ordnance from the Kahr Firearms Group has once again partnered with Outlaw Ordnance to bring us a custom new spin on a classic firearm. For this collaboration effort, they have produced a Custom “Vengeance” WWII M1 Carbine rifle. This rifle is of the same iconic construction that Auto Ordnance has always produced their M1 […]

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9/6/18 WDHD:

BOSTON (WHDH) - State Auditor Suzanne bump is blasting the oversight process at the Registry of Motor Vehicles after an audit found that the agency issued 1,905 driver’s licenses to state residents after they had died — 97 percent of which were still active — stressing that addressing the issue must be its “top priority.”
“The failure to prevent individuals from obtaining identification under the names of deceased people creates a significant public safety risk to the Commonwealth,” Bump said in a statement. “Fixing this problem must be a top priority for the RMV. Recent upgrades to the computer systems at the RMV provide it with more tools; now the agency must use them in conjunction with the data sources at i...

Trump Hatred Never Stops!

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 10:09, Monday, 17 September

A Baldwin woman who claimed earlier this month a group of teens shouted “Trump 2016!” at her was arrested and charged with making a false statement, Nassau County police said.
Adwoa Lewis, 19, also admitted writing a note reading “Go Home” that she said she found next to her slashed tire, police said Saturday. Nassau police had investigated the incident as a possible hate crime, Det. Lt. Richard LeBrun said at the time.
Lewis told officers on Sept. 2 that four teens confronted her about 11:15 p.m. the previous day as she drove home on Jackson Street and told her “she didn’t belong here,” police said Saturday. Lewis also said the teens shouted “Trump will make America great again,” LeBrun said at the time.
She now admits she made it up.

Free the Chickenhouse Fourteen!

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 12:53, Monday, 17 September

Sorry, guys. The Official TUAK IT Department had a major server crash, they’ve got expensive servers lying everywhere, dramatically holding their knees and groaning and wailing about Worker’s Comp. All these trays and broken champagne flutes everywhere…it’s a mess, but we’re trying to clean it up. I really don’t understand why IT needs so many servers anyway, can’t they get off their asses and go to the fridge themselves? Also – champagne? I don’t even think the BBC does that anymore. We’re going to have such a staff meeting Friday.

The morning got off to a very poor start in more ways than that. I’m afraid I may have given Laddie PTSD flashbacks. At a few minutes past 4 ayem I was jolted awake by phantom pain, hardly the first time that has happened, but it was sudden and sharp and went on for quite a while and I’m afraid I may have vocalized a bit. Indeed I may have emitted high-pitched whimper-like sounds. In, you know, an extremely manly fashion. Normally this has no bad effect but in this case I suddenly found myself with an armful of frantic Corgi desperate for reassurance. He usually wants to b...

Through the Hoops

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:40, Monday, 17 September

Warriors coach fundraising for gun control Brady PAC [More]
Yeah, tell me this isn't a call for U.S. citizen disarmament. And it's not like searching within is going to make a difference.

Me and everyone I know are going to not watch NBA games even more than we don't watch now.

[Via ...

Man on a Mission

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:13, Monday, 17 September

Federal marshals, the FBI and the Secret Service joined the hunt on June 19, a week after he allegedly posted a threat to “put a bullet” in the head of President Donald Trump. [More]
So is it safe to assume he supports the party of "commonsense gun safety laws"?

Blood in the Water

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 12:30, Monday, 17 September

Arch Enemy is a Heavy Metal Band (Melodeath actually) from Sweden. Alissa White-Gluz sings in English, don’t worry! Though it can be tough to understand her through the signature Death Metal, death growl.

This is “Blood in the Water” from their 2017 album, Will To Power‡. (YouTube and Google don’t like privacy – or ad blockers – so if you are having problems with the embedded video, use the link above.)

‡ Will To Power (or more correctly Wille zur Macht in German) is a bit of Friedrich Nietzsche’s philosophy. If you are familiar with Nietzsche I don’t need to say any more. If you aren’t versed in Nietzsche, you can find more easily enough – even via the Wiki.

Ukrainian or Russian Partisan Modified MP40

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 06:27, Monday, 17 September

Some collectors hunt for firearms which look perfectly new form the factory, and others prefer arms that show lots of evidence of use and history. Well, this is definitely one of the latter type – this 1943 production MP40 submachine gun has a terrible finish, most likely as a result of being buried for a period of time. It also has a crudely fabricated and attached brass-catching bag. The muzzle nut is missing as well – possible just lost, or possible removed to attach a suppressor along with the brass catcher.

There is no way to know for sure, but the evidence all taken together suggests that this is a weapon captured and modified by Soviet or Ukrainian partisans during the latter years of World War Two.

Thanks to the Association of Maltese Arms Collectors and Shooters for providing this unique submachine gun for video!

The first thing on the chopping block is a gun that I had shown you guys out at Shot Show; I was super excited to actually see and get this thing in my hands, and that is the Agency Arms – Nighthawk Custom collaboration: the Agent 2. The Nighthawk Agent 2 was created under the “one gun, one gunsmith” mentality, meaning there is gunsmith craftsmanship combined with modern machining techniques. This Agent 2 1911 is pushing the boundaries of what’s possible with the 1911 when it comes to form and functionality. The gun is built on a forge government frame with a lightened recon r...

CZ BREN S2 Shipping in the US?

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Monday, 17 September

CZ Bren S2It seems that the CZ Bren S2 is having a very soft launch as the first small shipment of guns hits stores. The 5.56x45mm and 7.62x39mm variants of the semi-automatic version of the Czech military rifle have been spotted for sale online for the first time. While the Bren S1 has been available in the […]

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POTD: Mattis & the Afghan M14s

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Monday, 17 September

Mattis M14Last week US Secretary of Defense James Mattis paid an unannounced visit to Afghanstan. While there he met with the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani at the Afghan Presidential Office building in Kabul. During his visit he was met with a full honour guard presented by the Afghan National Army. The honour guard are armed with […]

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Some recent Brazilian illegal gun seizing events

by Ronaldo Olive in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Monday, 17 September

I just can’t help it, folks (and Pete!). Whenever news like this here in Brazil come to my attention, I immediately wonder if TFB readers might be interested in also taking a look. The rate of recurrence at which such facts take place in this neck of the woods, as compared to other related news […]

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There’s no such thing as a responsible gun owner. A responsible person wouldn’t own a gun unless they were a police officer. These are little boys with tiny little members who just can’t get over the fact that they’ll never measure up.

Douglas Fullpint
Facebook comment
[It’s another Markley’s Law Monday!

Via email from Steve O.

In order to make this claim Fullpint must have access to the mental evaluations and physical measurements of all gun owners in the world. That’s quite a data collection he must have. Or not.

Keep it up Fullpint. You almost had me convinced until I looked in the mirror.—Joe]


The woman behind the letter accusing Judge Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, Christine Blasey Ford, has naturally been herself the subject of much news since her name was made public on Sunday. Among reports coming out, Fox News Channel’s Laura Ingraham tweeted a story a short time ago that says Ford’s parents were defendants in a case that was presided over by Brett Kavanaugh’s mother, of whom he has spoken at length during confirmation hearings.
Odd.  I recall one of Roy Moore's accusers had been before him in a divorce case.  So many coincidences!  9/16/18 Washington Post:
Ford said she told no one of the incident in any detail until 2012, when she was in couples therapy with her...




Conservatism, According to Andrew Sullivan

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 08:27, Monday, 17 September

Andrew Sullivan, in last Friday’s weekly editorial, says “America Desperately Needs a Healthy Conservatism,” and tells us what he thinks that consists of.

In today’s America, this conservatism is completely under siege. The left will increasingly tolerate nothing that gets in the way of what it calls “social justice,” which far too often reduces individuals to their racial or class or gender identities rather than their merits, or character, or talents. The conservative approach to a multicultural and multiracial society is to keep our focus on the individual and do what’s best to help every individual, regardless of their race, g...

Leadership Matters

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 08:00, Monday, 17 September

Leadership matters.  In the military, in civil politics, in corporate life,  it's all about leadership.

In natural disasters, leadership is especially important.  Getting the electricity turned on, getting the stores re-stocked, and getting people back to work.  That takes leadership.  One recurring success story is the ability of Waffle House to be up and running as soon as possible, to feed people who are hungry, and to restore a sense of normalcy to a situation that is decidedly not normal.    That's leadership.

The CEO of all Waffle House is IN Wilmington. All 5 are open and he has been personally serving 1st responders & thousands of customers. That is how leadership works! Can your boss do your job and would he/she be willing to do it? Let's all eat there soon! 
They've brought in generators to restore service to the stores, they've gotten the people back to work, and they're serving customers and fir...

Hurricane Florence AAR

by The Freeholder in The Freeholder at 09:15, Monday, 17 September

Hurricane Florence has came and went. Here at Ft. Freehold, Florence wasn't as serious a problem as it was for the residents of coastal NC. We received a measured 6.9" of rain and had wind gust that topped 30 MPH. No trees down and no power outage, although it did the "on-off-on-off-on" dance a few times.

In the local area, there are a few trees, mostly dead or diseased, that have come down, along with minor flooding and a number of power outages. I imagine there is also some roof damage here and there.

I'm grateful for my blessings, and pray for the safety and well-being of those who have been grievously affected by the storm.

Oh Shut Up, Rapist

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:50, Monday, 17 September

On Monday, angry and frustrated by gun violence, over 2500 medical students and healthcare professionals at Stanford Medical Center, UC San Francisco and over 30 other leading medical centers are holding events to treat firearm violence as a public health crisis. [More]
Because haven't all great medical breakthroughs come about through emotion-fueled mob demands?

[Via Roger J]


by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:49, Monday, 17 September

David Hogg Won’t Denounce Supporter Who Tried to Stab GOP Congressional Candidate [More]
Well that's 'cause he didn't use a gun.

Glad to see somebody got the screenshot, because the links I posted soon went dark.

[Via Felix B...

Loaded for Bear

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:48, Monday, 17 September

There are Fudds that still think they can throw us under the bus and they'll be OK...?

I wonder how many of the animaladjusted would be just as outraged if you dared suggest a right to life for the pre-born.

A 'Progressive' Self-Portrait

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:07, Monday, 17 September

Giffords Group Aims To Flip 10 Pro-Gun Congressional Districts With Statues Depicting 'Gun Violence' [More]
The "progressive"mind embraces helpless childishness as a characteristic to shape and define "adult" convictions. The critique about Clark Kent and the human race from "Kill Bill" comes to mind. 

I'm not clear on where all of these will be placed, but if it's public "property" (a misnomer, but an argument for another time) it would seem a counter display could be required based on the admitted electoral intent.  It might even be argued that political campaign signs, which these are claimed to be, can be prohibited.

Ditto for the one at the Center for Social Justice on the UNLV campus, although it hardly seems like any new opinions will be created there. More likely this is just a publicity stunt by the hired gun ad agency propagand...
"He was there to kill someone," said Bri Aunna Nance. "He wasn't there to get the money, he was there to kill people and just take people's lives for no reason." [More]
And what did it take to stop him?

Shannon and the Hogglet would have preferred an outcome that supported instead of refuted their narrative.

Code Pink Kavanaugh Protester Dressed as Human Condom at Senate Hearing [More]
That certainly persuades me to treat his considered opinions with all the respect they deserve.

[Via bondmen]

We're the Only Ones Reputed Enough

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:18, Monday, 17 September

Wichita officer sues police chief over comments he says wrecked his reputation [More]
There are a couple judgment and character lessons here for men and women that will greatly minimize the chances of experiencing such regrets.

[Via bondmen]

We're the Only Ones Serial Enough

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:41, Monday, 17 September

A US Border Patrol agent arrested in connection with the slayings of four people and the kidnapping of a woman who escaped was described by authorities as a serial killer who hunted for his victims. [More]
Maybe we should put these guys through background checks or something.

[Via William T]

When Alexander's gun fired into a ceiling -- injuring some Seaside High students with falling ceiling debris -- he did not commit a crime, prosecutors concluded. He also didn't violate any laws when he allowed students to handle his police service weapon and take selfies with it. [More]
Now you go do the exact same things and see if they can't find something to pin you with.

[Via Chris Knox]

We're the Only Ones Divided Enough

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:04, Monday, 17 September

Rift Between Police, Feds Allowed New Mexico Terror Compound To Fester [More]
Where do they think they are, Las Vegas? (Or is that a rift between Feds and Feds?)

[Via bondmen]

Increasing the Chances of Pushback

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:59, Monday, 17 September

School bullying is worse in Missouri than most anywhere in the nation, study says [More]
And the biggest bullies can be the teachers and administrators, especially if a child dares deviate from the "progressive" orthodoxy in any way.

Is it any wonder some vulnerable psyches snap?

[Via bondmen]

Weapons of War

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:37, Monday, 17 September

...the weapon posed distinct advantages over guns and rifles and produced injuries that sometimes required unusual and creative methods of treatment. [More]
And people are allowed to just own these...?

[Via Wynn A

News You Can Wipe With

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:36, Monday, 17 September

Newspaper Publishers Association honors Maxine Waters with ‘leadership’ award [More]
"DSM" means exactly what it implies.

Funny, what SPLC doesn't consider a hate group.

And That Just About Says It All

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:13, Monday, 17 September

“Let’s tear this world apart and build a better one.” [More]
Better to reign in Hell than serve in Heaven...?

Letter to a Useful Idiot

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:06, Monday, 17 September

In Venezuela, Jim, we have seized the word socialism, it represents oppression against a people, the destruction of a flourishing nation and the desperation of its citizens. [More]
Oh, but "we're going to do it right this time."

He'll probably believe that right up until the time he discovers the monster he helped create has decided it no longer needs him and it's too late to go into hiding.

Pretty soon you're talking real money. [Money]

It doesn't matter that this fraud doesn't have a clue. Look at where she's running.

And when she wins by a landslide, it will be portrayed as a national mandate, especially if the much-ballyhooed "blue wave" Republican voter turnout demoralization is allowed to happen.

[Via Jess]

So the courts need to rule that "pursuit of happiness" and "Blessings of Liberty" are bad, and coercive majority rule over free individual choice is good? [More]

[Via Michael G]

UPDATE: It was working when I posted this,but evidently they don't want hot links. I was able to still access this by copying and pasting the url:


Pay at the Pump

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:57, Monday, 17 September

A man with a concealed-weapons permit shot one of three men who tried to rob him at a gas station just outside West Palm Beach, the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office said. [More]
Uh-oh. Now Lord Krishna's gonna ridicule his manhood.

[Via Florida Guy]   

Soul Man

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:21, Monday, 17 September

"We are in a fight for America's soul," Biden said. [More]
I actually agree with him on this point.

Not satisfied with selling his own, if he can't have yours he wants your children's.

I wonder how Neil Diamond would finish this one? [More]

In fairness, when it comes to defending yourself with bodily discharges,  the "Only Ones"do recommend:

Use your imagination and you can think of others.
[Via William T]

A Day to Commemorate

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:08, Monday, 17 September

Have a reflective Constitution Day.

Reflect that Google considers the Moon Festival and the First Day of School in Bulgaria more worthy of celebration.

Oh, and Happy Birthday, younger feral son Qusay.

VICE: There Are No 'Good Guys With a Gun' [More]
If that's the case, shouldn't they demand government disarm? Just to be consistent...?

He starts out talking about maybe we can have some sort of reasoned discourse on "serious polarizing stuff," and then trivializes defensive gun ownership as "a man wants to prove his manhood."

In the next video, he conflates gun safety with car seat belts, as if that's the issue.

Ain't no "Maybe I'm wrong" about it. Your Krishna consciousness fails.

There's no point in going on after this unless your purpose is to keep informed on what arguments the gun-grabbers are using to bamboozle anyone ignorant enough to be swayed by this. Just don't think trying to persuade anyone who goes to Vice to be informed will be anything but a waste of your time..
Northway's charges are not related to his position with ICE, state police said.  [More]
I dunno -- if he'd sodomize a relative, what makes them think a mere non-familial prisoner incentivized to avoid "law enforcement" would be safe?

[Via William T]

Suicide Prevention and Firearms

by JulieG in Blog – Julie Golob at 07:52, Monday, 17 September

Last week I shared a link to an article at Ammoland.com about Levi’s Strauss’s commitment to gun control. One commenter asked, “Actually the CEO is pro 2A and just wants to do something about gun violence. Are you all for gun violence? What are you doing to reduce it?” No surprise, you won’t read about […]

Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 023: Unscripted

by Weerd Beard in Weer'd World at 02:00, Monday, 17 September

Hello Internet!

In This Episode:

None of our regular ACP contributors had anything this week, so Erin and Weer’d called an audible and just had an unscripted episode. It’s like a mini-Mag Dump, only with less swearing by Erin. Enjoy!

We Discuss:

  • Frozen pad thai
  • Erin’s Cooking Escapades
  • Talk Boxes, and how sometimes Peter Frampton doesn’t use them
  • Michael Moore brings David Hogg to Canada
  • Paying too much for guns or knives
  • Weer’d talks about Handgun Radio
  • And we both talk about where we were and what we were doing on September 11th 2001

Show Notes:

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Lies, Damned Lies, and the Brady Campaign

by Carl Bussjaeger in The Zelman Partisans at 07:36, Monday, 17 September

Kristin Brown, chief strategy officer of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, is a liar. But we’ve come to expect that of the Bradys. She also appears to be so completely ignorant of the law — she is a lawyer, and should know better — that she may also be an idiot.

The Chicago Tribune should embarrassed for running this garbage.

Commentary: Private banks serve the public by pushing gun industry toward consumer safety
Gun violence is one of the most dangerous public health epidemics facing Americans today. Every day, 96 Americans are killed by guns, with another 200 injured.

Cancer alone kills an average of 1,633 people per day; 595,930 per year.

Heart disease kills an average of 1,737 people per day; 633,842 per year.

Firearms deaths doesn’t even make the CDC’s top ten.


Doing the Right Thing can be tough...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 07:29, Monday, 17 September

I've just made the phone call to KEH and now I'm waiting on them to call me back, so I suppose I can tell the story in public now...

"So, I had posted on my blog a couple weeks ago about how I wanted a 70-200mm f/2.8 lens for shooting action stuff and indoor sports and such, but they were too expensive. 
Well, one of my blog readers emailed me and said he had an older non-stabilized Canon 70-200mm f/2.8L lens that he'd sell me for $250. Even these old ones are bringing $600 on eBay, so it was very generous. Because lens is more important than camera, I took him up on the deal. 
I stopped shooting Canon several years back. I still had the Canon 20D in the house, but I'd given it to Bobbi, and it's an APS-C camera, and this lens deserves a full-frame sensor.  On a lark, before shopping for a Canon-to-Sony adaptor, I went to go see how much the oldest Canon full-frame bodies were going for used. KEH Camera Bro...

Travel Hassle

by Tam in View From The Porch at 06:24, Monday, 17 September

On longer trips, like the ones to New Mexico or New Hampshire, my carry-on bags are stuffed with my MacBook Air for work, my iPad for entertainment and light writing chores, and a heavy Dell gaming laptop. If it's just a short trip for work, I leave the gaming rig at home, but that's still two items I need to drag out of the carry-on at the Security Theater checkpoint.

Yeah, I'm that person who waves you around her as she struggles getting all the crap out of her bag and into the trays.

That's why this was good news:

The next time you fly, your bag may undergo a computed tomography, or CT, scan. 
Indianapolis International Airport is one of 15 ...

Wyatt Earp on gunfighting

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 06:51, Monday, 17 September

When I say that I learned to take my time in a gunfight, I do not wish to be misunderstood, for the time to be taken was only that split fraction of a second that means the difference between deadly accuracy with a sixgun and a miss. It is hard to make this clear to a man who has never been in a gunfight. Perhaps I can best describe such time taking as going into action with the greatest speed of which a man’s muscles are capable, but mentally unflustered by an urge to hurry or the need for complicated nervous and muscular actions which trick-shooting involves. Mentally deliberate, but muscularly faster than thought, is what I mean.
Today we'd say 'trained reflexes' I believe.  Some interesting reading.

Which reminds me of something.  Great-grandfather on Dad's side, among other things, rode the cattle trails from Texas to Kansas three times, and over his life witnessed a number of gunfights.  One day Dad and a friend took him to a movie, a western.  Came out seriously upset about the gunplay, short version: "It doesn't work that way...

Or the connected "Do you know how bad we look to the world?" and other such bullshit.  One of the many reasons I don't give a rats ass, from 9/12 and our European 'betters':
Night fell and morning broke before I managed to get off that floor to answer my phone. On the other end I heard my boyfriend’s voice, chanting frantically:

Two more towers! Two more towers! Two more towers!

He and his friends were having a party, celebrating the attack on America. He called to invite me, and to this day I have never felt such intense shame.
Yeah, they were 'one with us'.  Until they realized we were actually going to DO something about it, then they turned.
A few weeks later, that beautiful creed had already been forgotten. The one time my country could side with the U.S. was when America was on its knees, but when it refused to...

On the Kavanaugh show,

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 06:15, Monday, 17 September

So: Feinstein has apparently had the accusation for months, waited till NOW to bring it up and then with an anonymous accuser.  Despite all the previous background investigations which turned up nothing from anyone.

Now we get these two:
She admits she doesn’t remember key details like exactly when the incident occurred or where specifically, and she says the first time she told anyone about it was when she was in couples counseling with her husband in 2012 — 30-some years after the night in question, but the woman at the center of the decades-old allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has now come forward.
Ford said the schoolmate jumped on top of them, which somehow allowed her to escape. She said she locked herself in a bathroom and left the house and told no one about any of this for 30 years — and even then when she was in couples therapy. Even then, she didn’t say it was Kavanaugh, just boys from a nearby high school who w...

Floridians Are Almost As Heavily Armed As Texans

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:59, Monday, 17 September


Good Article on Dana Loesch

by Sebastian in Shall Not Be Questioned at 07:50, Monday, 17 September

From “St. Louis”: “The making of NRA’s Dana Loesch” I would encourage everyone to read it, and maybe read it again. NRA should be very concerned about polling numbers. While I believe there’s an argument to be made that polling increasingly doesn’t work, that’s another post. It concerns me that you can trace movement in public opinion back to the point where Bloomberg really got his act together and started dumping serious money into gun control.You can see the expected spike post-Sandy Hook, but then around 2015 it really...

American-Made Replica of 9x39mm OTs-12 Rifle

by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 07:00, Monday, 17 September

American-Made Replica of OTs-12 9x39mm Rifle (1)It was less than a year ago, at SHOT Show 2018 when Wolf Ammunition officially introduced the legendary 9x39mm Soviet/Russian cartridge to the US market. Although it is a really interesting and capable round, there are not too many firearms made in this caliber yet because there are several obstacles such as getting the dimensions of the […]

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Limited Edition: Glock Knife 78 40th Anniversary

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Monday, 17 September

I am sure you are aware of the Glock knife already, a military field knife that can be used as a bayonet as well (on the Austrian Steyr AUG for instance). Together with the GLOCK Entrenching tool they are a icons almost like the Glock pistols themselves. This knife has been around for a while, […]

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Health Insurance Coverage

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 05:25, Monday, 17 September

I saw claims about what percentage of Americans have health insurance, but I have learned that when you see claims made with which you agree, it is always best to check the original source.  The Census Bureau gathers data on poverty, family income, and insurance coverage. You may recall Re. Nancy Pelosi (D-LaLaLand) claiming that record low unemployment levels being not meaningful because so many Americans were injured by alterations to Obamacare.  Those changes happened in 2017.  The Census Bureau reports:
At the same time, the number of people without health insurance coverage and the uninsured rate were not statistically different from 2016....
The percentage of people without health insurance coverage for the entire 2017 calendar year was 8.8 percent, or 28.5 million, not statistically different from 2016 (8.8 percent or 28.1 million people). Between 2...


by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 03:30, Monday, 17 September

From an article about a liberal that wants to learn how to hunt. And good for him.

"These are not the best of times to declare one’s pursuit of manly ideals. Masculinity, or at least the toxic manifestations of it, has much to answer for."

Why not?  I don't see a problem with it.  Nor do my work and friends and family.  And plenty of them are liberal.  Maybe you need to stop hanging around folks that think like that, buddy.  There is something wrong with keeping your head in that place.  Some loss of faith in the very civilization from which you spring.  Hell confidence in your very humanity.

Also, he mentions the liberal gun club.  Frustrated lefty gun enthusiasts that don't want to restrict magazines, ban AR's, or be associated in ANY WAY with the NRA.  But the only difference with their postions and the NRA is that they really don't have a problem with a nationwide...

Solve the Problem Before You Need Your Gun

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 04:12, Monday, 17 September

Written by: Greg Ellifritz


I was reading a news account of a defensive gun use yesterday when I was struck by two things.


Before I get to my insights, read the short article: Armed Portland Woman Fends Off Flasher High on Crystal Meth.


The article talks about a woman who drew a firearm after a man followed her home, forcefully entered her house, exposed himself, demanded a sex act, and then stole money from her before fleeing.


This man was a robber, rapist, and home invader.  Yet the news article characterizes the man as a “flasher.”


How many people read just the title and thought “drawing a gun on a flasher seems a little extreme” without getting the whole story.  It’s my guess that the news outlet chose that particular headline just to create a specific negative reaction.  While drawing a gun on someone who merel...

What’s The Opposite of “Broken Windows” Policing?

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:49, Monday, 17 September

The de-policing of Toronto. TORONTO POLICE MODERNIZATION: The way forward or a step backward?.

You could also title this post, “How to do less, with less.”

Of course the plan in Toronto (known as “The Way Forward”) was supposed to make the police more efficient.

But since it was unveiled in 2016, the service backed away from responding to many lower priority calls, most recently burglar alarms, in an effort to take pressure off frontline cops who spend their days bouncing around from one radio call to the next because they are constantly under-staffed.

They don’t respond to stolen cars, or cars broken into. They don’t respond to burglar alarms. They don’t really respond to retail theft. And gas theft? Clerks are told to file an online form. (Well, they do eventually show up for retail theft, it can just take 10 hours or so.)

“In other jurisdictions where they have tried this approach to policing, like the UK, all it has done is increase crime and reduc...

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Sunday, 16 September


Early Boomershoot shirts

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 21:17, Sunday, 16 September

My niece, Amy, helped with several early Boomershoots and I gave her t-shirts as part of her compensation. Recently she decided she didn’t want them and gave them to her parents, brother Doug and SIL Julie. The didn’t want them so I picked them up and brought them home this weekend. The shirts are still in good shape and I took pictures of the image on them before putting them away:





Decided to go with varnish…

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 15:51, Sunday, 16 September

Exterior urethane, really. Couldn’t decide on a third color for the back door and finally decided I liked it the way it was, except the original varnish was pretty much gone.

So first thing this morning I sanded down the outside surface, which took the door pretty much down to bare wood. Then over the course of the day I hit it with two coats…

…but that surface veneer sucked up so much of the first coat things won’t end there. No way two coats are going to do it. I’ll leave the doorknob off overnight since I don’t need it to lock the door, then give it another two coats tomorrow.

Eye on the Prize

by Brigid J. in Home on the Range at 20:25, Sunday, 16 September

Barkley lies on my dresser so I can say goodbye to him as I leave for work in the morning.  I put his all-time favorite toy on top of the box.  Mr. Squeeky was an infuriatingly loud toy but Barkley carried it everywhere. His doggie day camp had a purple one and they had a cam in the yard so we could see the dogs at play on their website and he ALWAYS had that toy so I found him one after searching about 87 different pet stores in Indiana.

So when I found this photo of him, I just had to place it here so he can keep an eye on Mr. Squeeky.

Damn those sneaky Russians

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 20:03, Sunday, 16 September

Those sneaky bastards.


Sunday Lunch

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 14:20, Sunday, 16 September

Yesterday, Belle said that she was craving red beans and rice, so when we ran e errands, we picked up two pounds of good Camellia red beans ad three pounds of Conecu sausage.  Last night we put it all i the crock pot, covered it with water, and let them bubble all night.

Today, we made a pot of rice.

Before we gathered for lunch, Belle made a big cornbread, and the dog took a nap on the shop floor.


Sunday Link Roundup

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 15:22, Sunday, 16 September

Pirate’s Cove starts us off with Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup

Which starts off with the following.

  1. Instapundit notes Bob Woodward having found zero evidence of collusion
  2. Jo Nova features fake news hurricane parodies
  3. No Tricks Zone offers the Media Bad Weather Exaggeration Awards in the wake of Florence

Pirate’s Cove has much more!

Claire Wolfe has Weekend links. Which begins with some disturbing news.

Oh, lucky us. Our cellphones are soon to be subject to a FEMA-driven “presidential alert system” that we won’t be allowed to shut off.

And more.

And finally The Other McCain offers up In The Mailbox: 09.14.18, which was actually published on the 15th.

EBL: If Manafort Can’t Help Mueller Go After Trump, What Does Mueller Get?
Twitchy: Ratio ...


No on 1639 phone bank

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 11:49, Sunday, 16 September

Via a private post on Facebook (with permission to post here):

RKBA friends: no on 1639 Bellevue Phone Bank.

This Wednesday (9/19) a bunch of us are getting together at Liberty Park for an NRA phone bank at 6pm. If you support the cause please pass this notice to others and -join- -us-!

PM me for address and more details.

I presume what we will be doing is calling gun owners and others likely to be opposed to I-1639 to encourage them to vote and perhaps ask them to distribute yard signs and flyers.

Contact me if you want the exact address and/or details.

Hey, it was supposed to be this great invincible thing, but it fizzled at the last minute – and now it just hangs around raining on everybody unbearably and seemingly forever.

If it publishes a ghost-written book or three about whose fault it is that it’s not a cat-5 hurricane, I’ll be sure.

Thanks, you’re beautiful, I’ll be here all week. Don’t forget to tip the veal and try the waitresses.


We Survived IDPA Nationals

by David in Musings Over a Barrel at 11:07, Sunday, 16 September

The 2018 IDPA National Championship is a memory now. Our merry band of four travelled to Talladega last Tuesday. We spent Wednesday recovering from the drive and prepping to shoot on Thursday. Literally. All. Day. Thursday. The shooting lasted beyond dusk and the last stages were shot by car headlight.

Friday was our recovery day. BBQ, beer, bourbon, and cigars can do wonders for the tired body. We travelled back on Saturday, driving through the leading bands of Florence. The match was an interesting experience, and I am glad I made the trip. I'll do a more in-depth report in the coming...


The NRA should be blown off the face of the earth. Without that radical group firearms control could be a real possibility.

Pat McKenzie‏ @PatMcKe44660885
Tweeted on September 13, 2018
[This is what they think of the nations’ oldest civil rights organization.

McKenzie’s Twitter profile blows the irony meter off the face of the earth:

Volunteer, artist, aspiring writer, activist and ACLU Guardian of Liberty

Don’t ever forget–these people want millions of civil rights advocates dead.—Joe]

A Scottish paper, the 05/01/18 Dun Fernline Press:

Scott Walker, 39, of the James Bank Hostel, James Street, appeared from custody at Dunfermline Sheriff Court.
He admitted that on Saturday in Appin Crescent, a public place, he was in possession of an object that which had a blade or was sharply pointed, namely a potato peeler.

Would You Surrender to the Germans?

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 07:54, Sunday, 16 September

Movements as Background for Reading

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 07:51, Sunday, 16 September

Recommended by claennis:

Gentle Piano Concertos for Reading »

There are some real gems in this list. Here are my favourites for my reading playlist also known as the ones that get you right in the feels.

Ravel: Piano Concerto in G Major, M.83:2. Adagio assai

Beethoven: Piano Concerto No.3 in C minor, Op.37:2. Largo

Shostakovich: Piano Concerto No.2 Op.102 in F Majo...

Why I Carry

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 06:04, Sunday, 16 September

There is this piece, over at The Week, where the author opines that police officers in America should not carry guns on a routine basis.  The article sounds like parody in places, but I believe that the guy is serious about his hypothesis.  Or, at lest he believes that he is being serious.

What would happen if American police officers carried whistles instead of guns and dressed in old-fashioned blue uniforms instead of outfits that make them look like they are about to ask us how long we've had these droids? Would the country descend instantly into a chaos of looting, arson, and mass murder? Or would we just go on with our lives, commuting to jobs, raising children, watching sports, whatever — the same routine, albeit with a little bit less of the low-key anxiety that comes with seeing cops with weapons?
He goes on to detail a tragic, police-involved shooting in Dallas,   It was a tragic, bizarre set of circumstances where an officer shot a man who is by all accounts, an innocent bystander.   The officer has been charged, and jaile...


by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:13, Sunday, 16 September

The nobles and rich people back in the day didn't know what they were missing when they let the kitchen help make off with the shanks and tails and suchlike...

Yesterday's dinner started out with some beef shanks and ox tail browning in the big stew pot. All that marrow and connective tissue was going to make for a super-savory stew.

Stay In Your Lane

by Tam in View From The Porch at 07:09, Sunday, 16 September

Hurricane Florence on @MeetThePress? Dammit, Chuck, I watch your show to yell at senators, not for the weather.
— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) September 16, 2018


by Tam in View From The Porch at 06:50, Sunday, 16 September

I really didn't want to go out there and walk this morning, but I guess that's part of it, the doing of things you don't want to do.

I'm debating going to the range today and grinding out more round count on the Wilson EDC X9. I need to finish that up and start writing it up so I can get started on the Autumn of DA/SA.

The Coast Guard relieved a man from rescue duty during the Hurricane because he made the "OK" sign.

Don Surber comments:
In America in the year 2018, burning the flag is acceptable speech while flashing an OK sign is not.
I would add that it is not OK for the officers to throw their troops to the wolves.  The Coast Guard has tried for years to be considered a fifth branch of the military.  They have not learned that loyalty is earned.  The hierarchy that allow this has disgraced their entire service with their cowardice.  They need to go.
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It’s for the children…

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 05:00, Sunday, 16 September

By Nathan Barton

Child abuse is a serious, deadly problem in this country.  Consider this:

Not long ago, a NINE year old killed himself in Denver. He was bullied because he decided (and announced) that he was homosexual.  (Or maybe transgender.)

We discussed this already, so you may recall the TEN year old punished for being respectful to his teacher in North Carolina. (He said, “yes, ma’am”)

These are a couple of recent examples of child abuse.  In the “public” (government-run, tax-funded) schools.

But there is more:

On the purely political side of things, we find a few nasty things. I have a separate commentary to be published about the abuses of children related to saying the Pledge of Allegiance.  (To be published.) But let us talk about the growing “police” (military) occupation of public schools, and...

What If 911 Put You Hold For 4 Minutes

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:00, Sunday, 16 September


Another Failure of the Victim-selection Process

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:45, Sunday, 16 September


Book Review: Collector’s Guide to the Savage 99 Rifle

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 06:27, Sunday, 16 September

Savage is an often under appreciated gun company, and the Savage Model 99 a rifle often not given the credit it is due. How many other firearms can claim to have been in active production by their original company for 103 years, with more than a million examples made? Well, for those who are interested in collecting the Model 99 (or its earlier iterations, the Model 1895 and Model 1899), David Royal’s “Collector’s Guide to the Savage 99 Rifle” is the sole and definitive source of information. He carefully catalogs all of Savage’s model designations, factory options, production dates, serial numbers, and other such details. It is not a book with a lot of outside context, and thus not much of a general-interest read – but for the serious Savage enthusiast it is indispensable.

Available from Schiffer direct or through Amazon:...


9/14/18 Watts Up With That shows a picture of Anderson Cooper talking about how severe the flooding is from Trump's hurricane.  The problem is Cooper is in three feet of water because he is in a ditch.  His cameramen are on the road--not in three feet of water.

9/14/18 Real Clear Politics:

In an interview with Hugh Hewitt on Friday, Bob Woodward said that in his two years of investigating for his new book, 'Fear,' he found no evidence of collusion or espionage between Trump and Russia. Woodward said he looked for it "hard" and yet turned up nothing.

Yeah, it’s tough competition. The Cobray Terminator is still pretty damned bad, and probably remains the worst shotgun.

But in Ian’s revised opinion, the overall champion Worst Gun in the World may well be the USFA Zip .22. It’s not only a piece of plastic shit that doesn’t work, it managed to bring down an otherwise reputable gunmaker.

Cruz intern charged with possession of unregistered ammunition.

Yup, right next door.  Six miles from where I sit.  What this sounds like is Cruz had words with someone and the cops were called and took notice.  Well, that call is on the log, and they are certainly gonna look for something.  And something they found, so downtown one of the loud arguers goes.  Happens to be a Texas boy, interning for the Senator.

Most people from Texas might find it odd NOT to find ammo in someone's car.  In fact, this boy from the Maryland suburbs has a box of 9mm in the car that's been there a week and a half.  No gun, mind you.  Just the box of American Eagle 115 grain.

And I'd not think twice about venturing over the line into DC.  Because I rarely do things that would involve the police.  But that's not smart.  Someone could rear end my truck and bingo, police response.  An over zealous cop might notice the red box on the blue seat.  Now I am cross threaded with the ...

Zip 22: Shooting the Worst Gun Ever

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 06:27, Saturday, 15 September

Today, may the good lord help me, I am taking the Zip 22 out to the range for some shooting.

Note that while it actually worked remarkably well right up until it jammed solid, on the second range trip when we went back to get the high-speed footage, we literally could not get two rounds in a row. We did get a couple neat high-speed malfunctions though…

A big thanks to reader Matt for generously loaning me the gun to film!

Saturday, 15 September


An analysis of where anti-Antisemitism comes from.  I was pleased and surprised to hear him label National Socialism as a progressive movement, and showing how their "exterminate the Jews" program was in part derived from the rise of evolution.  Much was not new to me; if you took my Western Civ class you would already know some of it.

And this video about Jewish ideas changed the world also largely appears in my Western Civ class.

I was slightly concerned that he seemed like he was ignoring that the impact of these values on the West and Western-influenced cultures was because Christianity absorbed them, and retransmitted the, but he did get to that at the end.

Work, work, work...

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 19:00, Saturday, 15 September

Collating all this data, it's hard, I tell you!



I have long noticed in reading 19th century newspapers descriptions of crimes against the Indians that are clearly sympathetic to them and hostile to these crimes.  Example: 4/28/1849 Placer [Cal.] Times:

It is not long since an Indian ranchoria near Bear Creek was pounced upon by a small party of whites, and twenty-five of the unsuspecting inmates, of both sexes taken and cruelly murdered.
As the article explained it, this was revenge for thefts committed by other Indians in the area.  A few murders by Indians had led to indiscriminate slaughter of Indians by whites.  The editorial counselled against this refusal to limit retribution on actual guilty indivi...

Basic Rifles for Self Defense

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 16:00, Saturday, 15 September

Good advise from Clint Smith.

I'll just leave it here, in case you  need advise.

Lazy Day...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 16:42, Saturday, 15 September

Like last weekend, I slept in on Saturday, which means I'll have to go out and walk tomorrow morning before Meet the Press comes on.

Other than a quick errand to Meijer for sodas and dinner fixings, it's been a lazy day around the house. I got some writing done, but not as much as I wanted to, so tomorrow will be serious catch-up time.

Have a picture of Huck:

Sony a7 II & Sony 24-70mm f/4 Vario-Te...

“Obviously, things didn’t go very well.”

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 15:00, Saturday, 15 September

Whatever they had planned, I don’t think they wanted this outcome. St. Augustine homeowner defending himself shoots, kills intruder; Four suspects charged with murder.

If you break into homes, you will eventually find an armed homeowner.

Five people traveled and ended up in the home of an armed homeowner. One of the five was shot and died. The other four are in custody.

An affidavit for arrest warrant says four people have been charged with first degree murder because the shooting death happened during the commission of a felony.

The four are also charged with robbery.

The homeowner has not been charged. The investigation continues.

BULLPUP SCORPION: Manticore Arms CZ Chassis

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 16:55, Saturday, 15 September

Bullpup ScorpionJust last Friday, Sven Jonsson of Manticore Arms posted up a teaser image of his latest project. Sven is a bullpup fanatic and in fact is hosting his own bullpup event this weekend. There he will officially unveil his CZ Bullpup Scorpion Chassis. Sven posted the photo above on Facebook. You can see the standard […]

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6/24/1960 Geyserville Press:

Judy McGraw was married to Lonnie Murders early Saturday, June II in Reno, Nev. The bride was graduated Friday night from Cloverdale High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee McGraw of Cloverdale. The couple spent a short weekend honeymoon in Reno. They expect to live in Grass Valley. Mr. Murders is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Murders of Elk. He has been working for an area lumber company.

Some Things Never Change

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 11:30, Saturday, 15 September

6/3/1925 San Pedro News-Pilot:

Chicago is Setting New Record for Murders This Year
CHICAGO, June 3. Already known as the “crime capital of the nation,” Chicago is setting a new record for murders this year. Figures made public today by the Chicago crime commission showed there were 170 murders committed In the first five months of this year—an average far above one each day for the 151 days. The month of May, with 37 murders, exceeds any other similar period with the exception of the 1919 race riots, since the crime commission was organized, January 1, 1918.

And learn way more about early California than you need to know?  Visit the California Digital News Archive.  Create an account, search for some phrase or word that interests you and when you that the OCR has garbled the text use the Correct This Text button to fix it.  I have done a lot of this when researching gun related California history; it speeds up finding stuff for future historians and you are likely to find visiting California's 19th and 20th centuries interesting, or at least educational.

08/27/1931 Calexico Chronicle:

Actors in Torch MurdersPaul and Lawrence Keene (upper right), Ypsilanti, Mich., laborers, were questioned by authorities in connection with brutal torch murders of two Ypsilanti high school boys and their girl companions along a lonely “lovers’ lane.” The brothers protested that they were unconscious from whisky at the time the murders took place. Thomas Wheatley (lower right) was one of the four young people slain and burned. Harry Lore (left) als...

SILENCER SATURDAY #37: Subsonic 300BLK Shootout

by Pete in The Firearm Blog at 12:04, Saturday, 15 September

ShootoutGood afternoon everyone and thanks for coming back to TFB’s Silencer Saturday, where we consider hearing protection to be one of the core rules of firearm safety. Last week we discussed the performance of the Allen Engineering AEM5 suppressors on both .223 Remington and .224 Valkyrie hosts. Next month we are going to test some […]

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12/22/1899 San Francisco Call:

Pilot Restarting a Stalled Engine (1960s)

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 07:42, Saturday, 15 September

Urban Liberal With a Gun

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 07:13, Saturday, 15 September

Urban beta-male Oliver Staley decides to dip a liberal toe in the cold, masculine, right-wing waters of the field sports, getting himself taken out as an “apprentice hunter” deer hunting with a shotgun in Northern New Jersey. His goal? Becoming a “liberal hunter.”

I wanted to become an all-American man. So I learned to hunt. …

I’m painfully aware of how much I conform to a stereotype of a Northeastern liberal. I’m a journalist. I drive a Subaru. I recycle assiduously. But I also bristle at being pigeon-holed and having my identity determi...

No Wonder They Passed.

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 09:00, Saturday, 15 September

I'm sure that many of you noticed that Senator Diane Feinstein (hank, spit), the Democrat from California (that doesn't narrow it down much, there are a lot of moonbats in California), sent a letter to the FBI that someone else sent her, regarding some alleged misconduct regarding Brett Kavanaugh, in the dim past.  As details trickle out, it seems that this is about some very vague allegations. 

The FBI passed, and referred the matter to the White House, probably for a raft of very good reasons.  We learn this morning that one of those reasons might have been that Feinstein (hack, spit) redacted the name of the woman before she forwarded the letter to the FBI.

I've been a cop for many years, and I was an investigator in past assignments.  If  an investigator doesn't have a complainant, he doesn't have anything.  If you don't have a victim to interview, you have nowhere to start.  Feinstein gave them nothing.

I suspect that this whole accusation is a huge nothingburger.    From the v...

Another Harbinger of Autumn

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 08:26, Saturday, 15 September

Mowing grass this morning, at the base of the white oak out front, I noticed a red spider lily trying to bloom.

So far, we've had a wet September.  It has, in fact, not rained o this acre o two days of this month.  This day, the 15th, might be the third day this month that we haven't gotten rain.  But, today ain't over yet, so we'll see.

However, spider lilies are a sign of the season, and mine are jumping up.

Story here.

"Recorded machete attacks have increased fivefold in the past three years, to the point that police now deal with an average of 15 incidents involving the broad, sword-like blades each day.

Incredibly strict firearm controls appear to be doing little to stem soaring rates of gun crime, too, with London seeing a 44 per cent rise since 2014 -- but even though this is occuring despite Britain boasting some of the toughest anti-gun laws in the world, politicians hope increasing restrictions on knife sales can help tackle blade crime.

With calls to ban kitchen knife sales on the basis that domestic food preparation does not require chef-sharp tools and stores voluntarily taking knives off the shelves, the United Kingdom already takes a much stricter approach to sharp objects than most other Western nations, with authorities earlier this year arresting a man for carrying a potato peeler in a public place "without reasonable excuse"."

More from the Tolerant and Caring left

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 07:39, Saturday, 15 September

Senator Chris Coons glossed over the really horrible things that Chuck Todd said was happening to Republican Senators including Senator Collins, saying that it was “well justified” because these people have deeply irrational fears brought on by media hysteria.

By the standards of both MSNBC and Senate Democrats, it is “well justified” and “passionate” to threaten to rape a Senator’s young, female staffer because ...

That's one solution

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 07:27, Saturday, 15 September

I have two dogs.  I love them.  I love my dogs a lot more than I love socialists.  So let this be a warning:

If you implement socialism, causing me to end up on $10 a month in wages so I can’t afford to buy dog food for my dogs.  I will not abandon my dogs.  I will grind your socialist voting ass into chopped meat and feed you to my dogs.

Forget coffee cups that say “Liberal Tears.”  You will end up in a old coffee can marked “Comrade Brand Dog Chow.”
Although the parasite meat should probably be inspected for any other parasites.

if all this stuff that needs to be done didn't keep getting in the way


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