Friday, 28 February


Via email:

I work in the fire department as a medic and our medical service officer just informed us of that info.

And that’s literally all we know.

Choose safe, be ready.

King County is the county surrounding Seattle and east to basically to the top of the Cascades.

I don’t recognize the email alias and have no basis upon which to judge the accuracy of the information.

Friday night, etc.

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 19:30, Friday, 28 February

Go look.


Quote of the Day

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 18:36, Friday, 28 February

Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform. My goal is to cut government in half in twenty-five years, to get it down to the size where we can drown it in the bathtub. Via The Other McCain and CPAC: Still Not Worried. And the rest of that post is worth your time as well.

The WORST Guns for the Apocalypse? (Boogaloadouts: Ep. 2)

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 18:00, Friday, 28 February

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves follows up on his prior video, “The Best Guns for the Apocalypse: Boogaloadouts Vol. I”, and talks about the 5 WORST loadouts for TEOTWAWKI. TFBTV viewers made suggestions in response to the first video, and James went through each and every one individually to find out which ones […]

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By hiding his identity until they’ve got their ducks lined up, and by ensuring his internet tracks have been swept to only release information supportive of the narrative being told by “the authorities,” our ability to glean public interest information, which is needed to be informed, self-governing citizens, is diminished and effectively deprived.  If our only source of that information is the government, disseminated and amplified through its media mouthpieces, our system becomes no more credible or any less manipulative and tyrannical than China’s or Iran’s. [...

Friday Night Lights: GRD Machine Gun Optic DCL110AD-3X

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 17:00, Friday, 28 February

Just before last SHOT Show, fellow TFB writer Austin mentioned that he was going to bring a post sample M16 for us to play with. Check out Luke’s article about that. Well, I talked to Austin and he agreed to make a second post sample lower so we could use it with the Franklin Armory […]

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POTD – Photo Of The Day and we’re looking at a Polish Soldier with a PK Machine Gun on full-auto. Introduced in 1961 the PKM is a 7.62×54mmR General-Purpose Machine Gun. However, since this is a Polish version, their PK/PKSs were modified to feed the standard NATO ammo belts and re-chambered for the 7.62×51mm NATO cartridges. […]

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Featured Deals of the Week – 2/28/20

by Benjamin F in The Firearm Blog at 16:00, Friday, 28 February

Deals-of-the-Week-Header-1Hey, folks welcome back to another Featured Deals of the Week. One of these days Grammarly is going to stop assuming that “another Featured Deals” should be “another Featured Deal” or “other Featured deals”, but it is not this day. Without any further ado, let’s make our wallets cry. Piney Mountain 22lr Tracers – $25 […]

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Good grief, I created a rat paradise.

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 13:38, Friday, 28 February

A veritable gated estate, constructed of the finest materials, accessible to only the finest, best bred, most high-income rat.

No wonder there was so little damage as rats nested in the wood. They didn’t need to.


Love’em till they’re real.

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 12:54, Friday, 28 February

We were just finishing the clean-up from the morning’s work when I bent over and felt/heard a … ripping sensation.

…and knew I’d lost another old friend. Seven or eight years ago a neighbor was getting rid of a bunch of these canvas jeans, rather heavily used and requiring some patches here and there but fundamentally in good shape and much more appropriate for winter than BDUs. They’ve served me well, but this is the third pair I’ve retired this winter. Guess they’re done, and I’ll come up with something better be...

“I’m the least superstitious person I know,” I told Landlady, as I took a round out of a speedloader, “But I never pour concrete piers without an ammo sacrifice. Been doing it since 2009, and none of mine have fallen down.”

She didn’t go so far as to say it made sense, but added to the sacrifice because why take chances?

Unexpected care packages!

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 12:36, Friday, 28 February

Landlady came a day early so we could work on her solar panel rack. And we got the first part of the project done without undue fuss, and just knocked off for lunch.

We’ll do the second part tomorrow morning. More on that later.

But when she got here she brought up packages I hadn’t expected! Big Brother send a couple of boxes from, which is always nice – he feeds my canned meat jones and also keeps Torso Boy in Pup-peroni and peanut butter-flavored crackers, plus usually adds something new I haven’t tried which is oft...

I saw this for sale on an auction site a couple of weeks ago. Just a couple hours to go, and no bids above the very low starting bid. I bid $5 more and I got it. No one was more shocked than I.

It's an American copy of the old G-3 made by a collaboration between Heckler and Koch of Germany and the Spanish arms firm CETME back in the day. It was a darn good rifle, probably falling in there between the US M-14 and the venerable FN-FAL. I still saw quite a few in use in Mexico last year. And for the American civilian market, H&K made a semi-auto version known as the HK-91. I never got one because the first Bush ban caught me by surp...

Schools are safer than they were in the 90s, and school shootings are not more common than they used to be, researchers say

From the linked piece:

Mass school shootings are incredibly rare events. In research publishing later this year, (James Alan) Fox (Lipman Family Professor of Criminology, Law, and Public Policy at Northeastern) and doctoral student Emma Fridel found that on average, mass murders occur between 20 and 30 times per year, and about one of those incidents on average takes place at a school.

Their research also finds that shooting incidents involving students have been declining since the 1990s.

Four times the number of children were killed in schools in the early 1990s than today, Fox said.
“There is not an epidemic of school shootings,” he said
Not according to the bleating gun control crowd. The actual numbers are pretty bad, but they always have to inflate them because apparently reality isn’t bad enough. It’s like hate crimes. Th...

Don't Be Stupid, Indeed

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:41, Friday, 28 February

California lawmakers have decided that kids don't have natural gender preferences regarding toys and clothes. It's abject nonsense. [More]
No, and dismissing it as merely that is a problem. Don't overlook the calculated subversion, the reasons behind it and where that leads.

Of course there are useful idiots who buy into this due to their own mental and emotional defects, but never doubt for a moment the core of evil behind it all, people who know exactly what they're doing.

[Via Mack H]

Why A Domestic Terrorism Law Would Create More Problems Than It Solves [More]
Well, how the hell else are we going to protect ourselves against giant inflatable pink pigs?

Hey, how about "Enforce existing murder laws" and the like?

[Via Mack H]

Apparently, conservatives believe in states' rights, except when they don't. [More]
When state actions affect the rest of the nation whether we want them to or not, we have an absolute right to defend ourselves against them.

Perhaps Steve Greenhut would care to take my challenge?

[Via Mack H]

Not feeling it today.

by Tam in View From The Porch at 12:38, Friday, 28 February

Normally, subcutaneous fluids, a vitamin B shot, and antibiotics perk Rannie back up, but that hasn't happened this time, and I'm afraid I'm not dealing with it very well.

Posting will likely be light for a bit.

Well, damn

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 12:09, Friday, 28 February

Freeman Dyson, dead at 96.  Nobody does obits like Dwight, and this one is particularly good.

What it leaves out is just how big a deal he was in theoretical physics.  Among the big time awards he won are the Lorentz Medal, the Max Planck Medal, the J. Robert Oppenheimer Memorial Prize, and the Enrico Fermi Award.  That's kind of a Who's Who of theoretical physics awards.

Oh, yeah - he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society, which makes him a "fraternity brother" with Sir Isaac Newton.

Interestingly, he did not win the Nobel Prize for his theory of Quantum Electrodynamics.  He was an early pioneer in this field (little physics pun, right there) along with Richard Feynman.  Feynman and a couple others won the prize in 1965; Dyson wasn't included.  It makes you wonder why.

But we've seen Dyson on this blog before: here, here, and ...

Industry Recognizes the Threat of COVID-19

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 13:39, Friday, 28 February

TechCrunch has the info on what conferences are canceled, and who is bailing from stuff not yet canceled. (And can I say it is about freaking time that someone recognizes that there is real danger in this thing, because I’ve been underwhelmed by the response of governments the world over.) The GDC Gaming convention (San […]

News from SIG SAUER – The 200 PHOENIX Chassis Rifle

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Friday, 28 February

It is nice to see the rifles for target shooting develop, as the interest for diopter target shooting is on the decrease as other more modern firearms, optics and other target shooting sports evolve. The 200 PHOENIX from SIG SAUER GmbH (the European arm of SIG Sauer) is a new rifle with a heritage from the famous […]

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A Win-Win

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:56, Friday, 28 February

“If somehow Bernie Sanders does not get the nomination, his supporters might burn this party to the ground.” [More]
And your point is...?

[Via Michael G]

Haney Didn't Kill Himself

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:46, Friday, 28 February

Philip Haney: FBI to investigate death of DHS whistleblower, initially thought to be suicide [More]
"Thought" by whom?

[Via Michael G]

Those who benefit most from stop-and-frisk are law-abiding minorities. And anyone who is stopped and frisked who hasn’t committed a crime has nothing to fear. [More]
Yeah, we all know the Fourth and Fifth Amendments are just for guilty people.

A Poppy Bush Republican said it, I believe it, that settles it. Right?

As I've asked before:
Could it be that ignoring the Constitution has resulted in the very types of people Mr. Adams warned us about? And the "solution" is ignoring the Constitution even more?

Cunning Linguists

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:00, Friday, 28 February

Such single linguistic units, called binomials or multinomials, are common in legal writing.  [More]
While you girls are busy showing everyone how smart you are, I'm going to consult someone who knew exactly what the intent was.

Waiting for the Punch Line

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:51, Friday, 28 February

Billionaire Democratic hopeful Michael Bloomberg vowed to “defend the banks” and jokingly suggested that he may hunt down his political rivals with Predator drones if elected, a leaked 2016 audio clip has revealed. While some may take it as a joke, giving power to a person who thinks killing people who disagree with him is a laughing matter is simply disturbing. [More]
Thank you, folks. I'll be here all week. Try the veal.

[Via bondmen...

Selective Enforcement

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:47, Friday, 28 February

New Mexico governor says sheriffs unwilling to enforce new red-flag gun law should resign [More]
What about governors sabotaging federal immigration laws?

[Via bondmen]
Santa Clara DA approves "County Gun Team" to remove firearms from "troubling people" [More]
And while we're told "It will focus on the task of removing guns from dangerous offenders who don't have a legal right to own a firearm,"  the featured tweet indicates the threshold for that is a restraining order, meaning the targets haven't even been charged with a crime let alone convicted of one.

Maybe they didn't pay sufficient tribute...

[Via ...
 Paterson, N.J., Gets Muslim Police Chief and Islamic Call to Prayer Over Loudspeakers [More]
Looks like the city is destined to be on a permanent upward path.

[Via bondmen]

Fitting for the Narrative

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:25, Friday, 28 February

Significantly, it appears that all of the murderer's internet leavings have been taken down, so it's impossible now to add to the little that was quickly spotted about his severe, probably psychotic, delusions and paranoia. Was that intentional, to make it easier to present him as a "typical right-winger"? [More]
That's the theme of my forthcoming AmmoLand article on the Milwaukee killer, which was basically foreseeable before anything was known outside of the investigative team and those directing damage control.

[Via bon...

His Own Worst Enemy

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:04, Friday, 28 February

Weaver told one of the first officers who came to the scene... [More]
Big mistake.

[Via Roger J]


by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:52, Friday, 28 February

Bloomberg exploits a second of silence and the Talking Heads for Bernie are shocked, shocked... [Watch]

Not so much when one of their own does it...

[Via CDT]

House Republican rips witness for claiming 'nobody has died' because of gun control laws [More]
Maybe he meant "nobody still alive"...

[Via Mack H]

For the Children

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:27, Friday, 28 February

Inside the allegation that Bloomberg told a pregnant employee to ‘kill it’ [More]
She was probably a fat broad or a horse-faced lesbian anyway.

It obviously  doesn't matter to those too stupid to realize they're being used:


Blowin' in the Wind

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:19, Friday, 28 February

Newly revealed letter highlights Sanders' complicated history on gun control [More]
What's complicated? He'll say whatever he needs to get power, and once he has enough of it he'll do whatever he wants.


[Via Mack H]

Win a Battle, Lose the War

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:14, Friday, 28 February

If it were truly Constitutional, it wouldn't have increased possession penalties.

But in the long run, it doesn't matter, because while everyone is getting excited about the prospect of "no permits," Lee is setting it up so that in the not-too-distant future it will be "no guns."

I wonder if TFA will ever acknowledge that.

[Via ...

Clutching at Straws

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:46, Friday, 28 February

Between April 22 and July 17, 2016, Hutcherson gave two of the firearms to an individual living in New York State who was a member of the BFL/CBL gang. The defendant knew the individual was a member of the gang and knew it would be unlawful for that individual to possess a firearm in New York State. [More]
If everybody knows that, what the hell is he doing out where he can hurt people?

And what do you think the chances are Brittany and the "individual" don't come from generational lines of Democrats?

[Via @pamnsc]

Aiming to CureJM in The Wires & More!

by JulieG in Blog – Julie Golob at 09:36, Friday, 28 February

What a week! I am so very grateful for all the support for Aiming to Cure JM. In just a matter of days, we reached $2607 and 26% of the goal.  Jim Shepherd wrote up an amazing feature about the effort on “The Wires.” Beyond Jim’s background in journalism, he has a wonderful way with words and […]

A Rifleman’s Guide to the ACOG

by lothaen in The New Rifleman at 07:17, Friday, 28 February

The ACOG is a time tested optic… however it is getting rapidly displaced by the LPVO in civilian and military circles. This is a guide to share some of the advantages and disadvantages of the ACOG sighting system and compare it to the typical LPVO. Both the LPVO and ACOG are excellent tools for the rifleman, each with its unique advantages and disadvantages. I am going to highlight some thoughts on the ACOG as it relates to a rifleman trying to decide if the ACOG offers him or her anything over the LPVO. This guide will break down a few reasons why the ACOG is still pertinent, and then discuss the advantages (and some disadvantages) for the rifleman the ACOG can provide. Let’s get started!


ACOG’s are lightweight. The compact prismatic design and simple construction lead to a compact, lightweight optic. My Ta01 weighs 9 oz and with mount, it runs a portly 14 oz. A Burris RT-6 weighs in at 17.4 oz without the mount. When you add the once piece mount you are adding about 5 more oz to the setup so at a bare minimum you are going to push 20+ oz. To be fair, a variable does allow us to go down to 1x so we need to add an RMR into...

OldAFSarge sometimes posts this sort of thing, but I don't remember this story over there.

Clarence Smoyer was said to be the best shot in the Tank Corps in World War II.  A reluctant warrior (drafted into the Army) he was assigned to the Tank Corps because he had taken a night class on aircraft engine repair.  Since the Sherman tank had what was basically an aircraft engine, he found himself assigned to be a loader.

As D-Day approached, his commanding officer thought it would be a good idea to cross train tank crews so they could cover for wounded team members.  That's when everyone realized that Smoyer was an exceptionally accurate gunner.  He quickly became assigned full time at that position, and gained a reputation for coolness under fire and quickness in getting off a first, accurate shot.  Since 75% of the time the tank that shot first survived, this was pretty important to his team.

He was assigned one of the first 20 of the brand new M26 Pershing medium tanks.  It was in this that he became famous for the tank duel in front of Cologne Cathedral in March 1945.

After 62 Years, Chevrolet Kills the Impala

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 08:11, Friday, 28 February

1960 Chevrolet Impala

Yesterday, an American era ended. Detroit News:

Production of the Chevrolet Impala will cease Thursday after six decades, making the Impala yet another Detroit sedan to be laid to rest as buyers switch to crossovers, SUVs and pickups.

Introduced in 1958 and produced continuously except for gaps in the 1980s and 1990s, the final Impala will roll down the line at Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly. Seen by many as emblematic of the all-American car, more than 16.8 million have b...

Joel Kotkin, as usual, is explaining that the real constituency of Progressive Statism is the new clerisy whose class interest is intimately connected to the growth in power and reach of the Administrative State.

The term clerisy was coined by Samuel Coleridge in the 1830s to define a class of people whose job it was to instruct and direct the masses. Traditional clerics remained part of this class, but they were joined by others—university professors, scientists, public intellectuals, and the heads of charitable foundations. Since the industrial revolution, the clerisy has expanded and become ever-more secular, essentially replacing the religious clergy as what the great German sociologist Max Weber called society’s “new legitimiz...

Friday Links

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 08:27, Friday, 28 February

The Other McCain starts things rolling with a post from CPAC. CPAC: Fighting for Israel. Althouse – WaPo’s fact checker shows mercy to Joe Biden: “It’s a bit of hot mess, but Biden’s staff acknowledges he misspoke. We’ve corrected the record but will leave this unrated.” Because nothing says “unbiased” like giving your favorite candidate […]


In October of last year, TFB posted these great pictures taken through the reticle of the Schmidt & Bender 3-21×50 EXOS, a rifle scope focused on hunting. It is now time for a new interesting feature to enter the arena and enhance the performance of this scope. S&B have released a Single Turn Ballistic tower that […]


The SIRT 20 and 20C from Next Level Training, analogous to Sig's standard and carry P320s.The Shot Indicating Resetting Trigger (or SIRT) Training Pistol from Next Level Training has a strong fanbase. Their 110 and 107 models, respectively analogous to the Glock 17/22 and Smith & Wesson M&P, have been widely lauded by many professional instructors and dry-fire training enthusiasts for years. The SIRT is intended to compliment live-fire training […]

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Swarovski Optik from the Austrian Tyrol area has released some interesting news: the product is called dG 8×25 (short for Digital Guide). They claim it’s the first long-range optical device that allows you to identify and document your sightings. With the help of the Internet and clever apps, you can also share your discoveries with other […]

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The 2020 Bumper Sticker battle –

Trump: “Keep America Great!”
Dems: “Beat Trump!”

Adam Baldwin @AdamBaldwin
Tweeted on February 22, 2020
[I had my phone Twitter app email this to me the next morning. Last night I got around to looking at it and preparing to make it my QOTD for today. I found this tweet no longer exists. I reviewed Baldwin’s tweets. He only has 114. What?!! That’s not right. But yet that is what I see. The first tweet was on June 19, 2019. Then there is a retweet of something from November 29, 2015. Then a tweet from February 24, 2020.

What’s even more “interesting” is that neither Bing nor Google can even find the exact phrase “The 2020 Bumper Sticker battle” anywhere on the Internet.

One must conclude that I emailed it to myself from an alternate universe and/or timeline. The alternatives are just too farfetched to be believable.—...

Saw this linked from the Nation African American Gun Association.

Guns are specifically designed to kill: the logic error behind the whole gun debate

It delves into the logic and logical fallacies in the gun debate (and by, extension, other political debates, but I am glad it's focus is firearms, because, duh.)

It quotes James Wright (1995) inside: "gun ownership is normative, not deviant, behavior across vast swaths of the social landscape."

Some of the inconvenient-to-gun-confiscators gun research.

The money quote is this though:

"There are 423 million guns in the US. Each year, about 14,500 of them are used in a murder. Those are extensively studied, and that’s good. So now is a good time to start studying the other 99.9965721%."

[More]Absolutely and demonstrably untrue as even CNN was forced to admit:

Zimmerman to argue self-defense, will not seek 'stand your ground' hearing
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A Temporary Setback

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:10, Friday, 28 February

Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh sentenced to 3 years for ‘Healthy Holly’ children’s book fraud scheme [More]
As opposed to Broken Health Hollis, who got over twice that amount of time for defiantly exercising what Tench Coxe considered to be "the birthright of an American."

I wouldn't bet against her emerging "...

But of Course

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 05:52, Friday, 28 February

Shooting in Milwaukee was in a ‘Gun Free Zone’ [More]
I guess I turned in my AmmoLand piece too late yesterday to make today's release. I'll promote a link when it's up.

Culture of Death

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 05:50, Friday, 28 February

A widely viewed TikTok video that has drawn horrified responses shows a girl laughing and apparently having fun as she reveals her pregnancy and heads to Planned Parenthood for what appears to be her second abortion attempt. [More]
Who wants to bet she's not all in for "gun control" and Bernie?

Weekend Knowledge Dump- February 28, 2020

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 04:03, Friday, 28 February

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


On Accuracy

“If a defensive handgun works — and will shoot within “one inch-of-felon at ...

Corona Virus

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 06:51, Friday, 28 February

Biden and the Democratic Party

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 05:00, Friday, 28 February

With Biden’s campaign spiraling down, the upcoming South Carolina caucus, preceding the Super Tuesday votes, is critical. Can he, just once, overcome Sanders? Can he keep enough of the old “moderate” Democratic coalition of union, blacks, and the like? Or is he doomed to lose to the nearly-octogenarian socialist from Vermont?

But if Bernie wins, it is the Democratic Party that loses. Why?

Not only is he closer in nature and politics to Clinton, but his defects are things that the Democratic ruling class wants. (In other words, Biden’s faults are not defects, they are just “unadvertised” advantages to the Democratic power-mongers. They are the very features that the puppet masters want in a president.

He’s telling people at campaign speeches that 150 million Americans have been killed by guns in less than two decades? He states that he is running for Senate? He can’t tell the same story or the same joke the same way two times in a row? Is this senility?

Given his age (although he’s almost a year younger than Sanders), there is a lot to question abo...

A Failure of the Victim-selection Process

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:19, Friday, 28 February

He thought it would be a good idea to break into cars. Homeowner shoots suspected car burglar in Sand Springs. Police say the suspect was shot in the leg after they were found trying to break into the homeowner’s car. The would-be bad-guy is recovering in a local hospital. Police expect no charges to be […]

Affordable Bail Leads to More Crime

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:59, Friday, 28 February

Because keeping criminals in jail is unfair. Man charged with armed carjacking less than a month after being released on “affordable bail”. Cops caught him driving a stolen car. He was released on his own recognizance. Edward Fleming is now charged with aggravated vehicular hijacking with a firearm, felony armed robbery, felony possession of a […]

Ransomware Paid: $140 Million

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:39, Friday, 28 February

That is a pretty big payday for the bad guys. FBI Says $140+ Million Paid to Ransomware, Offers Defense Tips. At the RSA security conference this week, FBI Special Agent Joel DeCapua explained how he used bitcoin wallets and ransom notes that were collected by the FBI, shared by private partners, or found on VirusTotal […]

Forced-Air Cooling in an Experimental Ross Machine Gun

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 05:27, Friday, 28 February

In addition to building three main patterns of straight-pull bolt action rifle for the Canadian military and the commercial market, Sir Charles Ross also experimented with self-loading rifles. Starting with a standard Ross Mk III, this experimental rifle has a gas piston and trigger to allow automatic fire and a very neat forced-air cooling system. A one-way rather mechanism (now broken, unfortunately) spins the fan when the bolt cycles, pushing air into a barrel shroud similar to that of a Lewis gun. This rifle was most likely made in 1915 or 1916 with an eye to a military light machine gun or automatic rifle contract – which never happened.

Thanks to the Canadian War Museum for providing me access to film this Ross for you!

Diamondback Announce Shipping Date for New DBX 5.7 Pistol

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Friday, 28 February

Diamondback Firearms, out of Cocoa, Florida, announced their latest product earlier this year, a new 5.7 pistol with an 8-inch barrel. 2020 seems to be the year of 5.7x28mm, with a resurgence which has seen multiple products chambering the spitzer pistol calibre round. The new Diamondback DBX 5.7 uses an AR-15 mil-spec trigger and comes as standard […]

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By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com February 27, 2020 Condor Elite and Covered 6 have designed and developed a very interesting little pouch, temporarily named the Stowaway (or Stow Away) Pouch, that can quickly be converted into a combat/tactical chest rig for carrying rifle mags (magazines) and other gear. Condor Elite and Covered …


0:42 – I love when the bruthers re-enact stuff.  Shorty with the brace on it… 1911.. yea that’s about right.

0:50 – My god… that mullet is GLORIOUS.  My man even has the keltec foldyboi to go with it. 😂

0:57 – You don&#82...

A Beautiful Country Song From The Hood

by ENDO-Mike in Everyday No Days Off – Gun Blog at 00:02, Friday, 28 February

A song that your mom and mine would love:

haha so good, I always like when someone does a different take like this.


Gat tip: @pandaf_art


Florida angler Betty Bauman has made it her profession to teach women how to enjoy fishing. The only rule: No yelling. “We try to explain to the ladies that when there’s a fish on, things have to happen fast, people get excited and voices may raise,” Bauman says. And it was one such experience that led her to found “Ladies, Let’s Go Fishing!” (LLGF).

“My husband is a tournament angler and he’d take me fishing. He’d yell at me to do things, but I didn’t understand what he was talking ...

Thursday, 27 February


InRangeTV has a couple videos up showing Karl Kasarda's use of an Uberti 1873 Winchester Sporting Rifle and a 1911 in the 2020 Desert Brutality 2-gun match. They are fun, interesting videos which demonstrate what these old guns (especially the '73) can do.

Day 1:

Day 2:


The videos do a good job of how to run a levergun in a fight. If you're not shooting, make sure your gun is topped off.

Karl's rifle is chambered for .45 Colt, which is not authentic for original Winchesters but he does address that. He makes sure to note that his cartridges are loaded to duplicate original .44 WCF ballistics at the muzzle.

In the first video he mentioned that he secured the sling to the butt with hobnails. I have the same sling and used in when deer hunting 2018 with my Cimarron 1873. It wasn't all that secure, but it's a Leatherman sling intended for use on muzzleloaders. Last year I found a better option in a universal sling from October Country, which is securely laced ...

Good day.

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 17:21, Thursday, 27 February

Got everything I hoped to do done.

And scored some free firewood – 2 or 3 years from now when it has a chance to dry out.

There was a lot more cut substantial wood than I expected. I keep my use of juniper to a healthy minimum, but Landlady’s stovepipe is shorter and double-walled and burns a lot hotter. It never even soots up. So it’s safer to use juniper in her stove.

Started the well pump yesterday evening, and checked the tank on the way home…


TFB Review: FirstSpear’s Low Profile Comm Pack

by Matt E in The Firearm Blog at 17:00, Thursday, 27 February

Finding a good bag for everyday use as well as range use can be difficult, to say the least. In an effort to find the mythical “do all” bag, I’ve decided to purchase a few different bags with my own money in the name of science and product testing. These were not requested for testing, […]

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POTD: .50 BMG on the Submarine Tender USS Frank Cable

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 16:30, Thursday, 27 February

TFB’s Photo Of The Day – Today we’re aboard USS Frank Cable which is a submarine tender. The location is the Pacific Ocean in December 2019, and we’re watching sailors as they fire a .50 caliber machine gun. It’s a pretty cool image taken from above. Below: Hull Maintenance Technician 3rd Class Lainy J. Boawn […]

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When thinking about carrying a concealed firearm, it’s easy to focus on one specific item rather than the overall big picture. It’s important to look at different aspects as a bigger picture rather than only worrying about just what knife you carry or ...


New Study

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 13:17, Thursday, 27 February

Evidently, Michael Bloomberg, the virulent anti-gunner who also happens to be a billionaire, gave Johns Hopkins University a metric butt-ton of money to conduct a study for him.

Who'd a thun, but the study determined that there is no evidence that assault weapons bans have any effect on mass shootings.  Wow!  No we know, assault weapons bans don't do anything.  Except violate the rights of freedom-loving people.  That's it, guys, the science is settled.

The Katana Loophole

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:32, Thursday, 27 February

The boyfriend has since recovered. [More]
Perhaps physically.

[Via Mack H]

I'd Rather Have the Gun

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:27, Thursday, 27 February

ATF offers $2,500 reward for info in theft of assault-style rifle from Petersburg patrol car  ... Authorities did not say whether the rifle is capable of fully automatic fire or equipped with a loaded magazine. [More]
I'm reminded of an old joke about a talking frog.

[Via DDS]

And Make Sure You Stamp Your Feet!

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:22, Thursday, 27 February

Tell your California representatives that you don't stand for this oppression and neither should they! [More]
All the safe district Democrats could use a good laugh.

Anybody know of a California gun group that has admitted how the state changed from Republican to Democrat and done a thing about it besides ignore and/or deny relevancy?

The Real 'Honor Killers'

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:15, Thursday, 27 February

Western colonialism at fault for gender violence among immigrants [More]
And they're all white nationalists, no doubt.

As for the guy who says what he hears is "only elite white communities should be able to travel," if he wasn't culturally appropriating, he wouldn't be able to.

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Kristolmethfest 2020

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:08, Thursday, 27 February

From political consultants who are no longer consulted to writers who are no longer read, this is the Woodstock for conservatives who never actually conserved anything. [More]
I'm wondering when their masked supporters will finally figure out the useful idiots have become useless eaters and continuing to prop them up so they can be presented as "conservatives" by the DSM just isn't paying off.

A Rare Moment of Truth

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:41, Thursday, 27 February

“All of the new Democrats that came in, put Nancy Pelosi in charge, and gave the Congress the ability to control this President,” Bloomberg said. “I boug … I got them.” [More]
That he and Bernie are the yin and yang pretty much means their supporters won't join forces. Now if only the Republicans weren't primed to give it all up anyway.

[Via bondmen...
On Monday, the state Senate voted 25-14 to pass Aird’s bill prohibiting public employers from asking about criminal history during the preliminary stages of a job application. [More]
That way, you won't found out until you've raised expectations and will be sure to bitterly disappoint or even enrage, which may very well may happen now on premises...

[Via Mack H]

Counting Coup

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:08, Thursday, 27 February

“All three states have multiple counties where voter registration rates exceed 90 percent, in some cases they exceed 100 percent. In the last election in 2018, the nationwide registration rate according to the U.S. Census Bureau was 66.9 percent. That disparity is a clear sign these states aren’t maintaining accurate voter rolls”... []*
What kind of racist wants to disenfranchise dead Democrats?

* Fox News does not allow link access from Blogger

[Via Wynn A

This is Sparta?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:58, Thursday, 27 February

The protests erupted after Athens secretly shipped building material for the facilities despite widespread local opposition, media reports said. An estimated 50,000 migrants are currently camped in the Greek Islands, mainly Samos, Kos, Leros, Lesbos, and Chios. Residents of these islands have witnessed a rise of violence and crime since the migrant inflow began five years ago. Abandoned by their national government and the EU, they have taken to streets in their thousands, demanding “We Want Our Island Back.” [More]
Haven't you noticed? We've been sharing our culture with you all morning.

Too bad the outcome looks to be more along the lines of "Scissor me, Xerxes!" (ABSOLUTELY NSFW and for those who take offense at such things)


Here are a couple of young up and commers doing some classic blues.  If this doesn't get your toes tapping then we can't be friends anymore.

There are only 570 views of this on Youtube (!).  You know what to do.

The Geniuses at the CDC Notice the Real World

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 14:17, Thursday, 27 February

Updated with link to the story on Germany. The Real World™ where they can’t control for everything. CDC to test more suspected cases of coronavirus after revising guidelines. But then the CDC isn’t alone in ignoring COVID-19 Under the prior federal guidelines, clinicians could test suspected coronavirus patients if they had traveled recently from China […]


Glad I got the Jeep’s suspension issues sorted out last year, because…

First, load up the Jeep trailer. It’s jobs like this that remind me just how small that trailer is, necessitating a lot of trips.


Dad's Home - An Update and a Memory

by Unknown in Home on the Range at 12:45, Thursday, 27 February

Selling Dad's home this  last year to pay for his assisted living was tough. So many things I wished I could have brought home with me, but our  small Bungalow literally does not have the space for it, my husband's family memories already taking up a lot of space in our basement, so thankful we could have them.

We donated to charity all that we could, the small bits of furniture, the family photos and the framed photos and mementoa that meant a lot to him were salvaged for his new little apartment, but everything not sold at auction and not donatable items was put in the giant trash bin (you have no idea how much stuff one collects in 75 ye...

Questionable Expenditures

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:26, Thursday, 27 February

New Metro security plan leaves big questions [More]
Yeah, like when are people going to realize you trough-feeding frauds don't have a clue?

[Via bondmen]

It's About Time

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:19, Thursday, 27 February

The leftist group American Oversight on Wednesday sued the Trump Administration for information on Stephen Miller’s role in creating the “public charge” rule ... The public charge rule was created in 1882. [More]
Where they're going, we won't need roads. But not for the reasons we might hope.

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Barr reportedly told GOP senators during a lunch Tuesday that they should move to reauthorize the expiring portions of FISA’s surveillance powers as he continues to implement internal reforms. [More]
Heck if we can't trust an AG who "would prefer a limitation on the clip size [and] would recommend the President sign a bill that had the Brady waiting period and the DeConcini assault weapons provisions in it" for Constitutional fidelity, who can we trust?

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Two D.C. police officers have accused their MPD superiors of rigging crime stats to make them look better. Now, WUSA9 has obtained internal documents the whistleblowers say proves their case. [More]
I've heard of "superiors" padding statistics, so I guess it could work the other way.

[Via Mack H]

Criminalizing Dissent

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:33, Thursday, 27 February

Based on these fantasies, a judge issued an Abuse and Harassment Prevention Order against Louis, which directed him not to contact her.  [More]
Am I wrong in assuming this is a 258E and not a 209A?

I see I did a search on the false report filer back on the 17th but don't see a corresponding blog post, so for whatever reason, I did not mention this at that time -- must'a just been really busy.

[Via Mack H]

Follow the Money

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:06, Thursday, 27 February

This reporting makes clear the appearance that Bloomberg Philanthropies was used as a means to recruit elected officials for future endorsements. Presidential campaigns do not simply occur to someone, no matter how wealthy they are, but are the products of many months and often years of deliberate organization and preparation. The chronology detailed by media outlets presents a compelling argument that Mr. Bloomberg’s philanthropy was performed with a political purpose. [More]
And then there's the matter of exploiting special campaign ad rates to exempt himself from PAC limitations...

I understand Epstein's cell is empty...

[Via Mac]

Points of Contention

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:56, Thursday, 27 February

Top-5 Reasons I Don’t Support the NRA [Watch]
I'm sorry, but I'm three minutes into the goddam thing, I still haven't heard Reason #1 yet, and I'm up to my neck in things. If any of you have 14 minutes to spare, and if you hear anything new, feel free to tell me what he said in "Comments."

More direct and to the point is this blast from the past.

[Via ...

Those Who Can Do

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:40, Thursday, 27 February

A big victory for the Trump administration as a federal appeals court rules today the Department of Justice (DOJ) can withhold funding from sanctuary cities and states refusing to cooperate with administration’s immigration enforcement. [More]
So will we see immediate action? Or do we need to wait for SCOTUS, and will the threat of riots be used as a pre-election gun to the head?

[Via Wynn A

Welcome to Camp FEMA!

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:21, Thursday, 27 February

"We are asking the American public to prepare for the expectation that this might be bad." [More]
Define "bad."

And Rosenstein's sister, eh?

I wonder what form emergency orders might take, and what they know that they're not telling us.

I put nothing past "The Swamp."

[Via Wynn A

Hosea 4:6

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:40, Thursday, 27 February

I try not to enter comment threads under my articles because I've had my say and it's the readers' turn to have theirs. That said, I do see some reactions to my Clint Eastwood story (and under my Facebook post) that I'm going to address.

Some say they don't believe me. As "proof" they offer fake Twitter account posts and memes that have no basis in anything documented that he ever said. The preponderance of people who will swallow falsehoods because they saw something that satisfied their confirmation bias is disturbing. That it comes from "our side," when the ability to sort the wheat from the chaff is available at our fingertips -- with just a bit of curiosity and effort -- is appalling.  It really does speak to how easily people can be swayed by sources they are predisposed to believe, whether there is any real basis for assigning credibility or not, and how easily information that has been researched and validated can be derailed and redirected by i...

Order Out of Chaos

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:58, Thursday, 27 February

While our first objective is to protest open primaries, our second objective is to assist the reelection of the President by extending and exacerbating the division among the Democrats.  [More]
Sounds like an VLLA SELLA kind'a action to me...


The Medical Profession Has Lost Its Mind

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 08:28, Thursday, 27 February

Because not testing for the current pandemic is standard operating procedure. CDC confirms the first US coronavirus case of ‘unknown’ origin. The California patient was hospitalized for days before getting tested. The California patient didn’t travel anywhere known to have the virus, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said. And the patient wasn’t […]

Light blogging

by SayUncle in SayUncle at 07:37, Thursday, 27 February

Minor medical condition taken care of. Nothing to worry about. But requires a lot of couch time. Back later.

Back in March 2019, US SOCOM selected the Barrett MRAD to fulfill their requirement for an Advanced Sniper Rifle (ASR). At the end of last year, Nighforce’s MIL-SPEC ATACR 5-25×56 Dayscope and their MIL-SPEC ATACR 7-35×56 Long Range Dayscope l were selected as the go-to optics for the new SOCOM ASR. Now Berger have announced that they have […]

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Czech Detonics GLADIATOR Double Barreled 50 Cal Muzzleloading and 410 Bore Shotguns (1)About a year ago, we published an article telling about muzzleloading double-barreled break-action derringers made by a Czech company called Czechgun. Apparently, the company has been since renamed to Detonics and recently, they announced that they’ve expanded this line of firearms to now include .50 cal muzzleloading and 410 bore shotguns. Here is how the company […...

Jimenez Arms Declares Bankruptcy in Wake of Lawsuit

by Will P in The Firearm Blog at 08:00, Thursday, 27 February

On January 14th, 2020, TFB reported that the city of Kansas City, Missouri was suing Nevada-based handgun manufacturer Jimenez Arms. The January 7th lawsuit, filed with assistance from anti-gun group ‘Everytown for Gun Safety’ and their legal arm, ‘Everytown Law’, alleged that the company either intentionally or negligently aided and abetted a former Kansas City […]

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In 2021, after Trump is gone, we will be able to tell who 90% of his supporters are via Social Media records.

Should we fire all of them from any Federal Jobs, to include the military, in order to protect the Nation?

Mark Judson For Congress @Judson4Congress
Tweeted on February 23, 2020
[This reminds what Nazi did when they came to power. No more Jews in government jobs.

Perhaps someone already pointed this out to him because the Tweet no longer exists.

Too bad the Internet is forever.—Joe]

Johns Hopkins put out this heat map dashboard tracking the global outbreak. It's worth a look.


News You Can Wipe With

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:45, Thursday, 27 February

They can also bypass background checks if they buy their firearms at a gun show.  [More]
Really, Terry Tang of the Associated Press? There's no further explanation or qualification you'd like to add to that, or has your job been done here?

I like the partisan Democrat who says it shouldn't be partisan.  All we need to do is surrender and vote like him. Every time.

And note the "former Democratic congressional candidate who is black" doesn't seem very eager to talk about who is killing those 15 black people a day but would rather focus on disenfranchising those who aren't.

[Via @pamnsc]

Looks Like I Made the Honor Roll

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:31, Thursday, 27 February

Lalalalala...I can't HEAR you...Are you blocked?

I guess this self-made public figure doesn't want some questions asked in public.

I also wonder if she realizes those of us who are "blocked" can see what she's up to by going "incognito."


by Mas in at 06:00, Thursday, 27 February

No, folks, the old guy here didn’t mess up his punctuation.  (Not this time, at least.) Last weekend I was shooting a Glock match (Glock Sport Shooting Foundation, and when I loaded my G42 .380 to shoot the Pocket … Read more

The Lies That Never Die

by Carl Bussjaeger in The Zelman Partisans at 07:22, Thursday, 27 February

CNN held a town hall Wednesday, and I gather the violence-enabling victim disarmament lies were flying. I didn’t watch it but per reports, the usual long debunked arguments were still trotted out.

Gropin’ Joe Biden came up with the bogus First Amendment comparison.

“[N]o amendment is absolute. None of you can stand up on the First Amendment, free speech, and yell ‘fire’ in here [or] you’ll be arrested.”

I found that particularly annoying since I just wasted virtual ink schooling a lying professor on that very subject.

“You pretend that lying and threatening are the First Amendment equivalents of th...

Should you trust scientists?

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 07:25, Thursday, 27 February

Well, no.  Here's a fascinating paper from the editor of a scientific journal, describing the reindeer games he deals with every day:

A reproducibility crisis is a situation where many scientific studies cannot be reproduced. Inappropriate practices of science, such as HARKing, p-hacking, and selective reporting of positive results, have been suggested as causes of irreproducibility. In this editorial, I propose that a lack of raw data or data fabrication is another possible cause of irreproducibility.


by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 06:38, Thursday, 27 February

Democrat 2020 Primary Contest

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 06:32, Thursday, 27 February

61 Injured in Germany by Car-attack

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 07:29, Thursday, 27 February

Can we expect the call for car-control? I doubt it. I include this German article for the count of the injured.Is Maurice Pahler a psychopath?. Two days after the carnival drama by Volkmarsen (61 injured) strange details about the killer come out. Apparently, Maurice Pahler (29) had been a nerd with a penchant for drugs […]

Fire Commissioner’s Plan = Hide the Truth

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:59, Thursday, 27 February

What? The TRUTH is making him look bad. Fire Commissioner: Don’t Admit No Ambulances Are Available On Dispatch. The fire commissioner Richard Ford: Fire Commissioner Richard Ford wrote, “The process of indicating that CFD is out of available ambulances or asking for any available ambulances over the radio will no longer be allowed.” Paramedic Field […]

Don’t Bring an Ax to a Gunfight

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:19, Thursday, 27 February

Also you should probably not try to break into a cop’s home. (They have friends who are also cops.) Florida deputy shot ax-wielding intruder who broke into her home, sheriff says. Mina said around 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday a man who had been attempting to break into numerous homes used an ax to break through […]

Sanders Wants to Double Government Spending

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:39, Thursday, 27 February

And these are the estimates. Sanders releases plan to pay for $52 trillion worth of new government programs. More than double. 5.2 trillion per year extra on top of 4.4 trillion today. And of course this will make government even more intrusive into your life. But he doesn’t care about that. He wants government to […]

How to Import Guns into the US (Legally!)

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 05:27, Thursday, 27 February

I have had a bunch of people ask me what the process is for legally importing firearms into the US. I have gone through this process now a couple times over the past few years, and I think I have a good enough understanding to give you an overview. If you are interested in importing a firearm, the two things to know are that (1) it is possible to legally do this, and (2) it will be pretty expensive to do.

The customs broker I use is Polaris Worldwide Logistics. They were one of the supporters of Desert Brutality, and my import experience with them has been the best of any of the several companies I have used. I would highly recommend them if you are looking to get into this process. You can reach them via the head of their firearms department, Les Winner, at


IWA OutdoorClassics 2020, Europe’s largest outdoor and firearms trade fair, has been postponed. The event was due to take place on 6-9 March, at the NürnbergMesse convention centre in Nuremberg, Germany. ENFORCE TAC, a defence and security trade show which preceeds IWA OutdoorClassics (on 4-6 March), has also been postponed. Although the announcement states the events […]


SIG Sauer Electro-Optics have launched their new ECHO3, a direct view thermal reflex sight. The ECHO3 will be available in either 1-6x or 2-12x magnification and has SIG Sauer’s Ballistic Data Xchange 2.0 integrated to allow the optic to interface with smartphones to allow reticles and settings to be tweaked. The new thermal sight will begin […]

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Russia’s Spetsnaz With New AK-12s

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Thursday, 27 February

Operators from Russia’s 24th ObrSpN (or 24th Spetsnaz Brigade) have appeared in a video from a recent training exercise equipped with the new AK-12 5.45x39mm rifles. The short video shows a Spetsnaz team intercepting a truck to acquire ‘valuable intelligence’. 24th obrSpN was originally formed in November 1977 and saw extensive service during the Soviet-Afghan War […]

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by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 04:00, Thursday, 27 February

THIS could turn my world upside down.

"It’s NOT your Trigger Control"

I just made a quantum leap in personal shooting performance proficiency by relaxing and doing my trigger right, finally.  Will this rabbit hole upset that apple cart and get me better by doing... well not the opposite, but...

Look at me.  Now I am excited about learning again.

"So you are telling me that while you are gripping the handgun with nine fingers (and your palms if you have built your grip correctly), that the little ole trigger finger is overpowering the other fingers in the hand and pulling the gun offline?"

Well, no.  Sorta?  It's only 10% of it?  You should see what I do with the rest of everything when I screw up my trigger control.

Oh, you get into that in the very next sentence.  I should shut up and read, and think... Ooo, and bookmarking.  Looks like the class move around the country... good.  I need to scratch an itch.

"if you are gripping the gun hard and increasing the pressure in th...

Free Books- Part 199

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 04:23, Thursday, 27 February

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.  


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


One caution….


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


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


Today, February 27, is the Feast Day of St. Gabriel Possenti.

Legend holds that Gabriel Possenti was a Catholic seminarian in Isola del Gran Sasso, Italy. In 1860 he is said to have used his skills with the pistol to drive off a band of marauding soldiers who were terrorizing the town. Possenti faced the troublemakers after grabbing revolvers from two soldiers. As they laughed at the young student, he took aim and accurately shot a lizard that was running across the road. Impressed, the soldiers left the town, escorted by the seminarian, who had become the hero of the town.

Like many Saints, there's an unclear line between the facts of the Saint's life and the "tradition" associated with him. However, this story about Gabriel Possenti has led to him being promoted as the Patron Saint of Handgunners. The St. Gabriel Possenti Society was created for the purpose of promoting the Saint's cause. The society also promotes the study of the historical, philosophical and theological bases for the doctrine of self-defense.


Blah blah, universal healthcare but if you like your insurance you can keep your insurance blah something end the divisiveness yadda yadda move forward...

*record scratch noise*

What did he just say? That he led NYFC through 9/11?

Dude, you can't even remember when you got elected mayor and you want to be president?

If you like your al...

That word again...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 04:15, Thursday, 27 February

loop·​hole | \ ˈlüp-ˌhōl \
plural loopholes
1 : Something legal and normal that the speaker doesn’t like.

In 2019, my colleague Chris Bird published this 7th edition of his classic, comprehensive but thoroughly readable discussion of (as the subtitle says) “How to choose, carry, and shoot a gun in self defense.” I trust there will be more editions to come, even while being unable to imagine anything more up-to-date than this current […]

Spring is here! Which means turkey season has finally arrived! I have had the privilege of hunting Rio Grande Turkeys on the Big Island of Hawaii for the past 2 years. I can honestly say that there is nothing like a strutting gobbler coming in right at you to your call. Based on my experiences, here are 4 turkey hunting tips for someone going turkey hunting for the first time. 


When nearly 180 women from the Cincinnati, Ohio area attended a concealed carry certification (CCW) class, learning the fundamentals of personal protection with firearms, they “re-defined the term ‘woke,’” according to the chairman of the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

179 women in Cincinnati, Ohio CCW class at New Prospect Baptist Church. concealed carry classesAriel Gresham, left, Nancy Robb, both of Finneytown hold an unloaded revolver during an all-female conce...

Wednesday, 26 February


I paraded, I drank, I had King Cake, I went to balls, and on Mardi Gras day I took to the streets like everyone else until I just couldn't revel any more. And now Mardi Gras 2020 is history.


About the Milwaukee Killings

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 21:19, Wednesday, 26 February

It's been hours and we still haven't been told who the killer is?  No doubt any social media accounts will be shut down before we do, meaning we will be entirely dependent on "authorities" and "Authorized Journalists" for information and unable to find any dots for connecting on our own.


The Winchester Model 67

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 16:13, Wednesday, 26 February

Belle came home from her mother's house the other day and took a rifle out of the car.  A Winchester Model 67.  It had belonged to her step-dad, and before that, it had belonged to a family friend.  For the past decade or longer, it had languished in the family gun case.

The Winchester 67 is a bolt action, single shot rimfire rifle, chambered in .22 Short, Long, or Long Rifle.It was the "value-priced" line in the Winchester family, selling for the exorbitant price of $5.50 when first produced in 1934.  It stayed in production until 1960 when it sold for $18.95 MsRP.

The Model 67 was produced without serial numbers, which makes dating it a little sketchy, but it shows a nickeled bolt, a nickeled safety, and a finger-gtooved for-end.  From what I have learned about the little rifle, I believe that it was manufactured sometimes between April, 1934 and December 1935  After that, they discontinued the finger-grooved stock.

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"Woke" bus lines defy Fedgov to protect border jumpers

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 17:00, Wednesday, 26 February

Greyhound Lines, Inc. the largest private intercity bus line in the Fifty States has given the middle finger to DHS and ICE/CBP/Border Patrol, according to stories like this one in the Florida Times. DHS agents will no longer be allowed to board their buses to find and confront border jumpers: illegal immigrants, without prior consent by Greyhound.

In this, Greyhound will be joining many municipal and regional government buslines, joining local police forces in denying DHS an opportunity to find border jumpers on public transportation. This may be in response to a California lawsuit claiming that Greyhound denies “consumer protection” to its passengers.

The company will also deny access to “non-public” areas of their terminals to those same LEO, without warrants. (Or maybe even with warrants.)

Greyhound claims it will also be violating federal law, which the company says explicitly states that warrants are not required for federal agents to board and inspect commerc...

It’s the Economy, Stupid

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 15:08, Wednesday, 26 February

If that still holds true… US new-home sales climbed 7.9% in January. U.S. sales of new homes jumped 7.9% in January to the fastest pace in more than 12 years, a positive sign for economic growth That doesn’t mean that Trump can’t loose and someone like Bernie can’t win, but it will be a tough […]

Editor’s Note: The SureFire Institute’s Polymer Lower is not affiliated with the SureFire that makes illumination devices and suppressors. This product debuted a few years ago and the SureFire Institute, a separate company, appears to no longer exist. I know what you are thinking – “SureFire Polymer Lower?”. Normally there is some healthy skepticism and […]

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POTD: MBDA Missile Systems – The Enforcer Missile

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 16:30, Wednesday, 26 February

Today’s Photo Of The Day comes from MBDA Missile Systems and shows their Enforcer missile which was recently sold to the German Armed Forces. The Enforcer is a lightweight, disposable shoulder-launched guided missile in the 2 km class. According to MBDA, the key features of the Enforcer are: Fire-and-forget missile system Range up to 2,000m […]

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Welcome to another instalment of TFB’s Wheelgun Wednesday series, where we cover a little bit of everything, from new, used, and historical revolvers. Today’s wheelgun hails from Smith & Wesson in Massachusetts, but was sent to Great Britain in the Lend Lease program during World War II.  After the war, a number of these Lend […]

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Krasnovia In Exile (I’m in Facebook Jail Again)

by correia45 in Monster Hunter Nation at 09:28, Wednesday, 26 February

I should have posted this yesterday, but I came down with a nasty bug.  I can’t even do another Free Krasnovia video because I’ve lost my voice.

But anyways, I got put in Facebook Jail again for Violating Community Standards, 30 days this time. Being powerless, meaningless, sad losers, China Mike’s little minions have nothing better to do that report all my posts as hate speech. These people are a fantastic example of how red flag laws will work in real life.

So I got kicked for a link to my blog. It couldn’t be for calling him a failed conman, because that is 100% accurate. Calling him a polyp might be fake news, in that he is actu...

Plumbing and Woods Cruising

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 13:57, Wednesday, 26 February

I went to Jena today at noon to help my mother-in-law with a plumbing issue.  My brother-in-law met me at her house to assist.  Surprisingly, within ten minutes we were done.  Plumbing jobs don't often go that smoothly.  So, we had time to run out to a patch of woods on the outskirts of town that brother-in-law has leased for deer hunting.  It's small, as leases go, and it's on the outskirts of town, so we have to be really careful about shooting directions.

But, this little patch of woods is full of suburban deer.  They're everywhere if the sign is any indication.  I haven't been on a deer lease since 2015 o thereabouts, so this is going to be a lot of fun.

Sniper no sniping!

by Tam in View From The Porch at 11:57, Wednesday, 26 February

Stayed up too late watching the first third or so of Battle for Sevastopal last night. It's modern propaganda (intended to generate good feelings between Russia and Ukraine because "Hey, tovarisch, remember when we shot all those Nazis together? Good times, eh? Why do we fight now?") and it's based on a star of WWII Soviet propaganda, but it's a good enough movie that I don't mind.

Best Mardi Gras Float This Year

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 11:05, Wednesday, 26 February

The Epstein didn’t kill himself float. Cc: @HillaryClinton

— Paul Blair (@gopaulblair) February 22, 2020

Sako S20 – The Rifle That Is You

by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Wednesday, 26 February

Sako S20 - The Rifle That Is You (2)The Rifle That Is You – that’s the slogan of the new Sako S20 bolt action rifle. This rifle has a pretty interesting modular stock construction which is a hybrid between a traditional stock and chassis. The core of the stock is the two-piece takedown aluminum chassis with the composite buttstock, grip and forearm attached […]

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FIRST LOOK: India’s AK – Not Quite an AK-203

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Wednesday, 26 February

For years we at TFB have closely followed India’s struggles to select a new service rifle to replace the 5.56x45mm INSAS which has gained a questionable reputation over the years. Numerous home-grown rifles such as the Indian Ordnance Factories Board-designed Excalibur and the Multi Calibre Individual Weapon System have both proven to be failures. A glimmer […]

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Quote of the day—Molly Carter

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 06:00, Wednesday, 26 February

What has the 20th Century shown us about gun control? That an unarmed country is not a safe country. That when citizens don’t have the right to bear arms, governments can and do grow too large and become a threat to their people. That in the 20th Century, governments murdered four times as many people as those that were killed in all the world’s wars during that same time period. That millions more people were killed by their own governments than by criminals.

Molly Carter
American Gun Ownership: The Positive Impacts of Law-Abiding Citizens Owning Firearms
[The first publication of this essay is unclear to me. It was sometime in 2019 or earlier. I found it on many sites with the most recent being Zero Hedge (via email from Tony P.).

Reading it I was struck by so many references to materials from the 1990s that I suspected it was over 20 years old. Even t...

This time it’s Bloomberg. In last night’s South Carolina debate, Bloomie admitted to buying the 2018 House Majority:

Slip of the tongue? Mike Bloomberg stops himself from saying he 'bought' all of the new Democrats' seats

Let’s just go on the record. They talk about 40 Democrats, 21 of those were people that I spent $100 million to help elect. All of the new Democrats that came in, put Pelosi in charge, and gave the Congress the ability to control this president, I bought – I got them
He obviously didn’t quite stop himself.

See the previous example.

Paging Rick Mance, Rick Mance, Line 1!

by Kevin in The Smallest Minority at 11:07, Wednesday, 26 February

Somebody came out with a new and improved hand-held mini-gun, the XM556 Microgun. Being fully automatic, it's restricted to military, law enforcement, and (of course) Class III dealers. (Damn you, Hughes Amendment!)

Which Rick Mance of Traction Control blog is. Rick brought some interesting stuff to the Gun Blogger Rendezvous. I'd imagine he'd like one of these for a dealer sample.

Update:  He beat me to it by a long shot. "incredibly dangerous" to the gun ban er, control, um safety movement:

Gun-Control Exec Says Attempts to Sell Guns to Minorities, Women ‘Incredibly Dangerous’

Sweden's Victimized Children [More]
Don't tell me I have to bother Tommy Lee again today...

[Via ...

Racist and Sexist

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:40, Wednesday, 26 February

Gun-Control Exec Says Attempts to Sell Guns to Minorities, Women ‘Incredibly Dangerous’ [More]
And good or bad doesn't matter.

[Via ...
Georgetown official: Illegal immigrants are 'freedom fighters' [More]
Hey, ignorance is strength, right?

Good thing this has nothing to do with that "single issue." Right, "Saviors"?

[Via ...

That's Racist!

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:53, Wednesday, 26 February

Justice Department: 45% of Blacks at Harvard Admitted Through Illegal Race Preferences [More]
That reminds me -- we haven't heard from Tommy Lee for a week or so.

Besides, I'm more focused on white privilege admissions.

[Via ...

A Million Here, a Million There

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:46, Wednesday, 26 February

Pretty soon you're talking real numbers. [More]

Good luck in your Senate race, Mr. Vice President.

[Via Jess]

We're the Only Ones Excellent Enough

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:38, Wednesday, 26 February

The former lawman charged with providing guns to a convicted felon while he was an officer with the Greenwich Police force was a longtime member of the department who had a number of commendations on his record. [More]
And they were seized guns!

So one "Aw $h!+" wipes out all those "Attaboys"?

Who thinks this hasn't been going on for years, or that he's the "Only One"?

[Via Jess]

And If That Doesn't Work?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:31, Wednesday, 26 February

[More]Still spewing nonsense after his National Coalition to Ban Handguns and Pulsing Fist gigs didn't work out, I see...

And speaking of ...

[More]Yeah, even though neither broke any laws, he should be arrested by "Only Ones" with guns and shot to death if he doesn't obey!  Great plan for reducing "gun violence," there!

His grief does not entitle him to inflict the same on the rest of us. If someone attacks ...

“The best thing we could do is just get Mike Bloomberg in there,” Eastwood declared.[More]
A man's got to know his limitations.

It stopped short of the “Sanctuary City” designation that many Second Amendment advocates in the community wanted, but the Prescott City Council affirmed its commitment to protecting the right to bear arms this week. [Need to register]
That's some commitment! How can we lose with equivocating politicians on our side?

[H/T SPW email]

The Marines are Replacing the ACOG with… The VCOG

by lothaen in The New Rifleman at 07:43, Wednesday, 26 February

The Marines have awarded Trijicon a contract to produce the “squad common optic” which appears to be a variant of the VCOG from Trijicon.


The SCO is a magnified day optic that improves target acquisition and probability-of-hit with infantry assault rifles. The system comprises a noncaliber-specific reticle and incorporates an illuminated or nonilluminated aim-point. Because the optic is variable in power, Marines can identify their targets from farther distances than the RCO.

The variable continues to march forward into combat roles. The extra 4X over the standard RCO does result in increased hit percentages past 400 yards, but the penalty is weight.  With the extra 31 oz of the VCOG a loaded M27 becomes a 12 pound carbine.

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Overheard in the Dining Room...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 07:37, Wednesday, 26 February

I'm not wearing a seatbelt because when Western Civilization crashes, I'm hoping to be thrown clear.

— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) February 26, 2020

A poignant story of a child actor

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 06:32, Wednesday, 26 February

"Baby Peggy" was a big film star in the early days of Hollywood.  But her parents and business managers squandered her fortune and she ended up a store clerk trying to live down her past.  Dwight has the story, which actually is rather inspiring.

He also has the obituary for NASA'a Katherine Johnson.  They made a film about her not very long ago.

Digby Dent on What’s Happened to Poor Vermont

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 09:21, Wednesday, 26 February

Glancing through the morning’s potential blog fodder, I found a Spectator piece on The Evolution of Vermont. The hijacking of that once-paradigmatic flinty conservative, rock-ribbed Republican state by goat-milking hippies and trust-fund bolsheviks is, to my mind, one of the true tragedies of our time. Seeing Ethan Allen and Calvin Coolidge replaced today by a crazy ranting Communist makes my blood boil.

The Spectator piece turned out to be a tongue-in-cheek philosophical reflection on the same theme by an imaginary old school WASP commentator from the Yale Class of ’89 named “Digby Dent.”

“Digby Dent” is the pseudonymous author of a more-or-less-monthly Wasp Life column, whose nom-...

Wednesday Link Roundup

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:59, Wednesday, 26 February

As usual, Pirate’s Cove marked Sunday with Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup. Weasel Zippers covers unhinged #NeverTrumper Bill Kristol having buyers remorse over Comrade Sanders The Right Scoop features Catholic kids protesting against their Catholic school for being too Catholic Wombat-socho at The Other McCain is up next with In The Mailbox: 02.24.20. Victory Girls: Bernie […]

Home Invader Meets Armed Homeowner

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:19, Wednesday, 26 February

Did he think he was in New Jersey? Sheriff: Homeowner Shoots Home Invasion Suspect in Elmore County. So how would you respond to an uninvited guest before 5 AM in your home? The homeowner says the suspect reached down to his waist, according to the sheriff. Franklin says the homeowner fired four or five shots, […]

“This Is NOT How Arguments Work”

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:59, Wednesday, 26 February

Thinking is not what they teach in college these days. They teach dogma. College Students Who Can’t Think. A story of Heather Mac Donald at Colgate University “($72,585 a year, including room and board)” and the reaction. College students have lost the ability to think. The emotional protests at elite schools like Colgate show that […]

Biden’s ‘Pinocchio Nose’ Gun Death Debate Claim Ridiculed

by Dave Workman in Liberty Park Press at 08:52, Wednesday, 26 February


He Did Buy That

by Sebastian in Shall Not Be Questioned at 07:17, Wednesday, 26 February

Bloomberg gets in trouble for telling the truth, basically admitting he bought the Democratic Majority, and wondering why they aren’t more appreciative. They aren’t, Mike. They mock you for it. You should spend your money on something else. Any plutocrat who’s anybody today has their own space program. Help us get to Mars, Mike. Help you get to Mars, Mike. Don’t let that Musk guy beat you there. He’s only worth a measly 44 billion. Who does he think he is?

The Irish Guns Of ‘The Siege Of Jadotville’ Movie

by Doug E in The Firearm Blog at 08:00, Wednesday, 26 February

Siege of Jadotville movieThe Siege of Jadotville is a 2016 movie, which is based on the book, “Siege at Jadotville,” by Declan Power, which is based on the real events that unfolded during the Congo Crisis in the early 1960s. The film follows “A” Company of the Irish 35th Battalion, deployed as a United Nations peacekeeping mission to the […]

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$64 Million USMC Squad Common Optic Contract Awarded to TrijiconEary in 2019 the United States Marine Corps issued an RFI (Request For Information) regarding a combat optic for wide distribution among Marine Corps Infantry dubbed the Squad Common Optic (SCO). The RFI included various requests such as specific weight requirements, magnification range, adjustment range and, specific eye relief. You can view the basics of […]

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Firetail – Ergonomics Of A Tapeswitch Without The Wires

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Wednesday, 26 February

Activating a weaponlight comes in two flavors. Pressing a button on the light, typically the tailcap, or using a remote tape switch that is connected by wires. In some rare cases, you have companies like Aimshot who use wireless tape switches. Well, POSI-Lum has come out with a new twist on weapon light activation and […]

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They used to start in Haiti.

For a time, they came from an army lab in greater Pittsburgh.

Now they always originate in China.

What do they have in common?  Right, they are from cultures alien to the Western experience.  With a dab of xenophobia/racism, or course.  Black former slaves that are also somehow French.  Treacherous Oriental types from the literal other side of the world.  And Pittsburgh.

A sobbing 6-year-old Florida girl begged Orlando cops to let her go as she was arrested at school for hitting three employees, disturbing police bodycam video shows. [More]
Hey, he just wanted to make it home at the end of his shift. It's almost a shame there wasn't a dog to shoot. Seeing as how there are no bigger bullies than public school employees, I can't say for sure the terrified child didn't act in self-defense, especially seeing how the incompetent "adult" authoritarians behaved.

Gotham City

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:39, Wednesday, 26 February

I mentioned one other time that Messer Chups is an “experimental” band out of Russia that seems to play a bit of Surf Rock. Not all of the experiments work, or at least I don’t like some of the odder bits of music, but some of it is pretty good. And Surf Rock is a […]

The last batch of Mauser K98k rifles made by Brno after World War Two was a run in 1950 for East German border guards. These rifles have receivers marked “tgf 1950” in a style just like the wartime German arsenal codes, but where the codes were random letters, this one stands for “Tschekoslovakische Gewehr Fabrik” or Czechoslovak Rifle Factory in German. The rifles are very rare in the US, having remained in East Germany until the late 1970s, when a relationship developed between the new socialist government in Ethiopia and the DDR. A batch of the tgf 1950 Mausers was supplied to Ethiopia as military aid around this time.

Check out IO Inc’s web site for the Ethiopian arms they currently have for sale!

Minneapolis hosted the 2020 National Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic. The record breaking weekend had 32,467 attendees and more than 1,400 members. For the 13th year in a row, the event began with 100 different dogs representing 37 upland hunting breeds in the bird dog parade. 


Shukran Druze 2020

by Sheila Stokes in The Zelman Partisans at 01:44, Wednesday, 26 February

So this is late, by more than a week late. But LIFE is intruding on my life right now, so while this column is late, it is no less sincere or grateful. The reason it’s more than a week late is that #ShukranDruze2020 is a week that is meant to coincide with Parshat Yitro, Exodus 18:1-20:23. Yitro (Jethro) was the father in law of Moshe. The man responsible for the organization of courts and administering justice to the new nation of Israel. Jethro of Midian is considered an ancestor of Druze, who revere him as their spiritual founder and chief prophet.

According to Wikipedia,

The Druzites form a religious minority in Israel of more than 100,000, mostly residing in the north of the country. In 2004, there were 102,000 Druze living in the country. In 2010, the population of Israeli Druze citizens grew to over 125,000. At the end of 2018, there were 143,000. Most Israeli Druze identify ethnically as Arabs. Today, thousands of Israeli Druze belong to “Druze Zionist” movements....

The following blog is an excerpt from, 20 Things to Do in 2020 in National Parks by the National Park Foundation here.

A new decade is a fresh start to form new habits, take on new challenges, and have new experiences. We’ve compiled a checklist to set the tone for 2020 – one filled with history, culture, nature, and adventure.  



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