Sunday, 27 November

18:55

Why can’t they understand?

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 18:17, Sunday, 27 November

I get frustrated with people when they don’t understand simple principles. Here is my latest example:

After their vote, Biden said, “Love is love, and Americans should have the right to marry the person they love,” adding their vote made “the United States one step closer to protecting that right in law.”

Schumer also said he had “zero doubt” the bill “will soon be law of the land.”

But multiple groups disagree, arguing it’s unconstitutional for the same reasons the Supreme Court struck down DOMA. Because the court already ruled Congress doesn’t have the constitutional authority to define marriage under Article 1 of the U.S. Constitution, and because ROMA is nearly identical to DOMA, they argue it will also likely be struck down.

The principle is the Federal government has not been granted the power to do anything in this domain. This is a power held by the states. Read the founding documents! It is really simple.

And while I have my blood boiling…

If you think a...

15:55

357 Magnum Is A Beast: Is It The Best All Purpose Caliber?

by Mr. RevolverGuy in Day At The Range at 13:52, Sunday, 27 November

357 Magnum has a long history and is still going strong today. This caliber really comes alive in the hands of a reloader when used in a longer barrel carbine. Though I am very found of 357 Magnum it is third on my list of favorites behind 44 Magnum and 10MM. The question is have I given 357 magnum a fair shot reigning supreme?

 

 

“The” Test

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Trending News

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 13:00, Sunday, 27 November

 It seems that Alyssa Milano is getting a ration of crap for the tweet she posted about  trading her Tesla for a Volkswagen.  Because she hated Musk.  Or something.

Everyone knows, or should know, the history of the Volkswagen.  It was the People's Car of the late 1930s German government.  You knw, the one that Hitler ran?

That aside, I owned two of them.  The first, I bought off the ad-hoc lot on the parking lot of the PX at Fort Knox.  Paid $500 for it.  Drove it for three years as a work car/hunting car, so my wife could use the family sedan.  When I left Fort Knox, I put it back on that same lot and got my $500 back.

Bought my second one when my elder son  needed a car.  Fixed it up and he drove it to school and work.

The VW Beetle was a great little car.  Nothing fancy, but a lot of fun to drive.

I don't have a problem with Milano learning her history, and I don't have a problem with the VW Beetle.  If I could find a nice exa...

12:55

A Charlie Brown Christmas was an annual show when I was growing up, and this was the iconic song from that show.  Vince Guaraldi is forever associated with this composition of his.  It's not really classical, but since we're now past Thanksgiving, it is Christmas.  Enjoy.



Letting Down the Side

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 11:27, Sunday, 27 November

Alec Marsh describes just how far the rot has set in in today’s Britain.

[In] Sebastian Payne[‘s] forthcoming book about the last days of Boris Johnson’s government…. [h]e tells the story of [Dominic] Raab arriving to counsel the Prime Minister during his last hours in Downing Street, dressed in white tie. ‘Raab awkwardly told Number 10 staffers he had to attend a white-tie dinner at the Mansion House in the City of London that evening, but required assistance with the outfit. An attendant was found with the skills to fix his bow tie....

New Tenants

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 11:08, Sunday, 27 November


Polar Bears hanging out at an abandoned weather station on Kolyuchin Island in the Arctic Ocean.

HT: C.W. Swanson.

Oxpecker and Cape Buffalo

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 10:57, Sunday, 27 November

HT: Sea Run.

Smoked Turkey Gumbo

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 10:04, Sunday, 27 November

 We have a smoked turkey every year for Thanksgiving, for two reasons.  First, because everyone expects it and second, because I want a gumbo.  On Friday, I took that turkey carcass and all the leftover bits and put it in a stock pot.  Boiled it for an hour or so to make stock, then took the bits out, peeled the meat from the bones and let the stock cool before I put everything away and cleaned up my mess.

This morning I put that turkey stock and the meaty bits back in that stock pot and put a low fire under it.  Then, I cut up some good smoked sausage, browned it in a skillet, then drained it and that sausage went into the gumbo pot.  I used the drippings from the sausage to make a roux,   Added it to the pot, then sauted some onions and poppers with a little garlic 

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09:55

Remove all semi automatic weapons.  If we start getting them off the street, in time the criminals will find the illegal ones too expensive and too much liability.  It’s not criminals who are the mass shooters!  #GunReformNow

ReneeFiredUp (@livingjoyful)
Tweeted on November 25, 2022
[If you don’t take anything else away from this, just remember, “no one wants to take your guns.”

There is a grain of truth in this quote. Most did not have a criminal record prior to going on their shooting rampage.

But something almost all have in common is they identified as Democrats or were the children of Democrats. See the updates to this post for the evidence. This should come as no surprise as criminal prisoners who identify as Democrats outnumber all other political affiliations combined by a factor of more than two to one. The mass shooters are just fulfi...

Still Quite Good

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:10, Sunday, 27 November

Watched the seventh episode of The Peripheral last night, and both Bobbi and I are still very impressed. The pacing is good, and they pack an awful lot of plot into each hour long ep.


While there are some differences in the specifics between the series and the book, they're definitely telling the same tale with largely the same cast of characters. The casting is a delight. Especially Lev Zubov and Inspector Lowbeer, who are almost exactly as my headcanon envisioned them from the novel.

Best of all, the show is going out of its way to get a lot of the cool little details from the book onto the screen, with great effect. 

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Authentic Frontier Gibberish

by Tam in View From The Porch at 07:57, Sunday, 27 November

Look, there's carrying a revolver because you realize that a revolver is going to suffice for the vast majority of private citizen defensive gun usage, and then there's this hot mess...

"The Pistoleer is a faithful reproduction of a design more than a couple hundred years old. Long after the plastic guns of the world are melted into what looks like primordial ooze and technology fails, people like you and me will be slinging this kind of gun on those Swamp Thing creatures emerging from the fallout. When we pull the trigger, this gun will go bang and large lead pills will protect us. This makes the Pistoleer the smartest gun a person can own."
That kind of gunwriting makes me want to break out the special coffee mug. It's like the writer was trying to work in as many classic cliches as possible.

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Mice

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 09:00, Sunday, 27 November

I used a trackball at one company.  Does anyone have other suggestions for my wife's wrist?  What is a vertical mouse?

HITTING A MILLION

by Mas in at 09:00, Sunday, 27 November

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Gunsmithing LibraryWelcome everyone to the TFB Armorer’s Bench! As mentioned in the little blurb below, this series will focus on a lot of home armorer and gunsmith activities. In this article, I decided to do another show-and-tell sort of Armorer’s Bench article. This one will showcase and talk about what exactly is in my “Gunsmithing library”. Any gunsmith […]

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06:55

Sunday Meme Drop

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 06:30, Sunday, 27 November







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Sunday Morning Dawg

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 06:00, Sunday, 27 November

 


03:55

Preparedness Notes for Sunday — November 27, 2022

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:04, Sunday, 27 November

Today is the birthday of SurvivalBlog’s Field Gear Editor, Pat Cascio. (Pictured.) He is now home from the hospital. Please pray for full restoration of his health. November 27th is also the birthday of Ludwig Loewe (November 27, 1837 – September 11, 1886) was a merchant, manufacturer, philanthropist, and a member of the German Reichstag. Loewe’s companies became involved in the production of armaments, employing famous designers and creating many notable guns. Ludwig Loewe Company of Berlin produced large numbers of Mauser bolt action rifles, most famously used in the Second Boer War. Since Loewe was Jewish, many Loewe-made guns …

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21st Century Life: Controlling and Redirecting Anger, by SaraSue

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:03, Sunday, 27 November

I’m sure quite a lot of us, tens of millions for sure, maybe a couple hundred million, were slapped across the face a little while ago by the highest officeholder in our land. Anyone who disagrees with the gub’mint is a domestic terrorist, apparently. Also, the “Red Wave” that wasn’t? Or, if you don’t fix the root of the problem, you will get the same result. Sometimes throwing mud against the wall, wishing some of it will stick, is an ineffective use of your time and energy. I’m not saying that voting is a useless exercise. I’m just saying that …

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JWR’s Meme Of The Week:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:02, Sunday, 27 November

The latest meme created by JWR: Meme Text:  Sam Bankman Fried Was Biden’s Second Largest Election Campaign Contributor This Explains Why This Ponzi Schemer Will be a Guest Of Honor at The New York Times DealBook Summit, Instead of Locked Up In Jail News Links: The New York Times to Host Annual DealBook Summit on Nov. 30. DealBook Summit (Event details, and $2,499 ticket sales) Howls Of Outrage After New York Times Confirms SBF To Speak Alongside Zelenskyy, Yellen Some Background Sam Bankman Fried’s financial recordkeeping, fund co-mingling, breach of fiduciary trust, and larcenous wrongdoings: FTX Disaster – 7 Unbelievable …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:01, Sunday, 27 November

“Let as many servants as are under the yoke count their own masters worthy of all honour, that the name of God and his doctrine be not blasphemed. And they that have believing masters, let them not despise them, because they are brethren; but rather do them service, because they are faithful and beloved, partakers of the benefit. These things teach and exhort. If any man teach otherwise, and consent not to wholesome words, even the words of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to the doctrine which is according to godliness; He is proud, knowing nothing, but doting about questions …

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00:55

Not An Observatory

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 11:39, Sunday, 27 November

But perhaps a more practical way to go from outside to observing faster.


This Canadian has another odd shaped telescope for which has designed a very clever way to protect his scope from weather while making it fast to get it open and closed.   Picture a box that closes over the telescope in its most relaxed position.   It is mounted on a hinge and when you winch it up your telescope is ready for action.  There are no walls so I still have to dress warmly but open is about 30 seconds ditto for close.  I just need a watertight 2.5' x 4' x 7' box open on one side to which hinges will go.  I wish there was a way for it to go completely flat 

Two great advantages compared to an observatory or the moving building design. Once down for the night it is only 4' high.  No sight line obstruction for our neighbors.   It is also easily moved when we move on to a hopefully magnitude 6.5 sky.  No concrete pad.

If you wanted to make something like that lid: 2.5' x 4' x 7...

Saturday, 26 November

21:55

You get what you pay for and at almost twice the price of the PRC equivalent it is well worth it.  It was described as cast iron and most of it clearly is, but the smoothness and finish on some parts looks more like steel.

The x and y axes have no backlash that I can feel unlike the dear departed (but not yet recycled) Harbor Freight version. There is a little slop in the moving jaw section but there may ...

Not a Friendly Source

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 18:45, Saturday, 26 November

Objectives. To determine the frequency of loaded handgun carrying among US adult handgun owners overall and by state concealed carry law status.

Methods. Using a nationally representative survey of US firearm-owning adults in 2019, we asked handgun owners (n = 2389) about their past-month handgun carrying behavior.

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A Baker’s Dozen ™ Economic Lies

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 20:00, Saturday, 26 November

Some common lies spouted by governments, public education institutions, and financial institutions, among others:

1. The US Constitution’s “general welfare” clause means Congress may pass whatever legislation it thinks will help the country. Actually, the Preamble (in which this phrase is found) establishes NO powers to Congress or the Executive Branch, but simply explains why governments exist. The powers of Congress are clearly specified in Article 1. The Tenth Amendment restricts Congress. (Or was supposed to.)

2. The reason for the United States Post Office to be established was because private businesses could not and would not provide those services. In reality, the FedGov outlawed successful businesses which provided mail service in much of the nation.

3. 19th-century American “robber barons” were evil parasites who gouged consumers. Actually, the so-called robber barons gained their wealth by providing goods and services that consumers needed and demanded. However, they manipulated laws and regulations and secured unfair advantage to cheat, steal, and gain u...

POTD: The Alaska Hunter Hip Holster

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 19:30, Saturday, 26 November

POTD: The Alaska Hunter Hip HolsterOur Photo Of The Day articles collects some of the most eye-catching and visually appealing images. You won’t find a lot of pictures of sunsets, flowers or touristic landmarks around here. This is more about soldiering, firearms, special units, snipers and the odd knife or two. Today we focus on the excellent handcrafted holster made by […]

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SILENCER SATURDAY # 255: Prairie Tactical PTAC-30S Serviceable Rifle SuppressorGood afternoon everyone and welcome back to TFB’s Silencer Saturday brought to you by Yankee Hill Machine, manufacturers of the YHM Turbo T3 rile suppressor. Last week we had an in depth conversation with Karl Brügger from B&T. Thank you Austin. This week we take a look at the Prairie Tactical PTAC-30L fully-serviceable .30 caliber […]

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18:55

At The Liquor Store

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 16:54, Saturday, 26 November

 I dropped by the liquor store today to pick up some wine for Belle.  I found it and took it to the counter where I encountered a fresh-faced young man at the register.

Him: "Anything else?"

Me: "What you got?:

Him: "We have everything."

Me: "Let's see.  Ardbeg Dark Cove?"

Him: "No."

Me: "Bruichladdich Port Charlotte?"

Him: "No"

Me: "Well, I guess you don't have everything, right?"

To be fair, I didn't expect him to have those, but if he had, I would have bought a bottle.

15:55

Tales of Sourdough

by Unknown in Home on the Range at 15:22, Saturday, 26 November


The term sourdough originated during the Klondike Gold Rush when settlers began to flood into Alaska. Due to the limited availability of leavening in the remote bush of Alaska, settlers made their bread using a sourdough starter which uses flour, water, and sugar to naturally collect yeast from the air. The use and consumption of this bread was so widespread that these settlers began to be known as "so...

12:55

Misogynistic

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 12:26, Saturday, 26 November

Via sacrebleu14 / SA Hinchcliffe @sacrebleu141:

image

She also has this to say:

I am a woman
You do not get to say what I can and can NOT do with my body

I bet your happy to tell women to just pee to not get raped

only Rapists and their facilitators support #GunControlNow

 ...but when I do I buy myself something nice. Really, I was not intent on making any purchases yesterday and definitely was not about to go out to stores to do any Christmas shopping nor any other shopping. Black Friday is just too crazy for me; the lines I have seen outside of some stores over the years have been long and sometimes there for days with people camped out in tents while waiting before the sale event. The last time I waited on really long lines for many long hours was for tickets to see Led Zeppelin at Madison Square Garden and for one of their shows at the Nassau Coliseum in Nassau County NY (I was on the line for well over 24 hours in freezing cold for the one at the Coliseum). That was back in the 1970s. I got great tickets for both shows but had to settle for listening to one of those shows broadcast live on the radio because I wound up in the hospital after an emergency appendectomy; I did not eat Quarter Pounders with cheese for years after that because it was after eating one that I had the appendicitis attack but I digress so...
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The Simpsons Take On Soccer

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 12:10, Saturday, 26 November

09:55

The next step is to ask what is the impact on public health and public safety when guns are easier to carry. In a situation where you have a fight, do they contribute to the escalation and make it more lethal?

Ali Rowhani-Rahbar
The number of US adults carrying a loaded handgun every day doubled to an estimated 6 million in just 4 years
[That is the question if you believe all lives are equally important. That is, Ted Bundy, Jeffery Dahmer, Adam Lanza, and others of their ilk have lives just as important as their victims.

A more relevant question is, “Where does government get the moral, legal, and philosophical authority to restrict people from using the best tools available to defend themselves?”

Or if you want to strictly practical, “Can you demonstrate one time or place, throughout all history, where the average person was made safer by restricting access to handheld weapons?” The answer is, of cour...

Gratuitous Gun Pr0n #225...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:04, Saturday, 26 November


Not gonna lie, I really dig the whole "Fine, I'll make my own MP-7, with blackjack and hookers!" vibe from the Ruger LC carbine. I don't know if I'd be able to resist SBR'ing it if I had one.

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Scaup

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 08:12, Saturday, 26 November

 My father called them Butterballs. other folks called them Blue Bills.  The lesser scaup is a duck species native to North America.  They are diving ducks.

The last time we got into a flight of scaup was a day much like today.  A front moving through, low clouds scudding at treetop height.  A misting rain.  Dad and I were in a blind in the Catahoula swamp and as daylight broke, the scaup started flying.  We knocked down our limits in about 15 minutes of shooting, collected the ducks and were walking out of the lake as the other hunt3rs were coming in.  This was pre-1980.

I tell you all this because not 15 minutes ago, I was drinking coffee on my back porch and a flight of scaup came over, looking at the lake that is in the center of our subdivision.  They made two passes, then departed to the northeast, probably headed for that very same lake that Dad and I hunted in all those years ago.

But, it is time for me to get busy with my da...

HK P30L from LTT

by SLG in pistol-training.com at 07:00, Saturday, 26 November

Here at Pistol-Training.com, we have a long history and love for the HK P30. I first shot one when TLG started his now-famous test. I picked up a P30 of my own a few years ago, and though it is great, I have not shot it a ton, as I cannot carry it. After a […]

2-Gun: Suspiciously Silent vs Ludicrously Loud

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 08:27, Saturday, 26 November

This month’s 2-Gun match was three pretty short stages, so my friend Tom and I decided to just play with a fun theme – he brought a pair of huge .50-caliber cannons (.50AE Desert Eagle and a .50 Beowulf AR) and I brought a pair of very quiet guns (SilencerCo Maxim-9 and Q Honey Badger, both shooting subsonics).

06:55

Saturday Meme Drop

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 06:30, Saturday, 26 November




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This And That

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 06:40, Saturday, 26 November

 A Headline

Biden Education Official Says Democracy—And Everything Else—Is White Supremacy

My Thoughts


 WHen everything is "whte supremacy", nothing is "white supremacy".

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03:55

Preparedness Notes for Saturday — November 26, 2022

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:04, Saturday, 26 November

November 26th is the birthday of both gun inventor Eugene Reising (born 1884, died February 21, 1967) and the late Barton Biggs (born 1932, died July 14, 2012). Biggs was a money manager known for his pro-preparedness stance. — Siege Stoves and Siege Belts are both featured in a Black Friday Sale, for just the next few days. Order yours, soon! — Midland Radio (one of our affiliates) is starting its annual Cyber Monday sale today (and running through Monday), with 30% off all of its LXT and GXT products. Use coupon code: CYBERSALE  SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present …

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No Ammo, No Primers, No Problem! – Part 5, by M.B.

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:03, Saturday, 26 November

(Continued from Part 4. This concludes the article.) LOADING MUZZLELOADING MUSKETS & SHOTGUNS How Much Powder and Shot?sh Short Lane, the makers of black powder adapters for shotguns, recommend the following amounts. I have followed their recommendations in my 20 gauge single shot. 209 Adapter in .410 Pistol/Derringer 25-35 grains black powder or black powder substitute 40 grains lead shot 209 Adapter in .410 Shotgun 50-60 grains black powder or black powder substitute 50 grains lead shot 209 Adapter in 12 Ga., 16 Ga., & 20 Ga. Shotguns 75-85 grains black powder or black powder substitute 80 grains lead shot …

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Editors’ Prepping Progress

by Avalanche Lily in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:02, Saturday, 26 November

To be prepared for a crisis, every Prepper must establish goals and make long-term and short-term plans. In this column, the SurvivalBlog editors review their week’s prep activities and planned prep activities for the coming week. These range from healthcare and gear purchases to gardening, ranch improvements, bug out bag fine-tuning, and food storage. This is something akin to our Retreat Owner Profiles, but written incrementally and in detail, throughout the year.  We always welcome you to share your own successes and wisdom in your e-mailed letters. We post many of those –or excerpts thereof — in this column, in …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:01, Saturday, 26 November

“And God blessed Noah and his sons, and said unto them, Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth. And the fear of you and the dread of you shall be upon every beast of the earth, and upon every fowl of the air, upon all that moveth upon the earth, and upon all the fishes of the sea; into your hand are they delivered. Every moving thing that liveth shall be meat for you; even as the green herb have I given you all things. But flesh with the life thereof, which is the blood thereof, shall ye not …

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Friday, 25 November

20:55

Ongoing Censorship

by ASM826 in Borepatch at 18:00, Friday, 25 November

 In the ongoing effort to protect the world from Borepatch, the following actions have been taken by The Blogger Team.

https://borepatch.blogspot.com/2008/06/what-smells-good.html has been removed.

http://borepatch.blogspot.com/2011/05/america-do-your-part-to-when-harry-met.html has been put behind a warning wall.

http://borepatch.blogspot.com/2010/06/ouch.html has been put behind a warning wall.

If this continues, I will make a sidebar wid...

I have a desk space problem. 

The new one is still speaking through a Lenovo USB to HDMI converter that will not do 4K.  A new converter is coming.

17:55

A List of Things Lost

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 15:27, Friday, 25 November


Eight actually survived.

Henri Lefebvre (1901-1991) was another French Marxist termite, gnawing at the roots of Civilization and producing numerous volumes filled with pretentious jargon in the distinctive manière française.

Even a blind pig, as the saying goes, occasionally finds a truffle, and Lefebvre did produce the highly amusing, posthumously published, Les Unités perdue (2004), translated by David L. Sweet as The Missing Pieces (2014), 83 pages listing belle-lettres and works of art lost through the vagari...

What makes 97percent’s “roadmap” all the more insidious is that the organization is (at times) successfully employing a “divide and conquer” strategy by claiming to represent both “responsible” gun owners (as if opponents are irresponsible) as well as “bipartisan” (that is, RINO) interests. We’re essentially talking Fudds and Democrat gun o...

To Anybody Who Says Pigs are Smarter than Dogs…

by admin in The War on Guns at 17:00, Friday, 25 November

Let’s see you try this. [More]

We’re the Only Ones Robotic Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:25, Friday, 25 November

A policy proposal heading for Board of Supervisors approval next week would explicitly authorize San Francisco police to kill suspects using robots. [More]

So is a perceived need for this an admission that California/San Francisco citizen disarmament edits are a bust?

I’m waiting for someone to hack into one and have it attack its controllers.

[Via WiscoDave]

We ate our first Thanksgiving dinner early, around 1:00pm. This allowed a break before dessert, and then a second dinner later in the day. The Thanksgiving feast is too good to eat just once. (And of course, we enjoy turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce sandwiches the next day.) In between dinners, I retired to the back deck to enjoy a "digestive" while the family watched football inside. I was blessed with sun and a 60° temperature, making for a most pleasant time.

I didn't have any of the customary Wild Turkey on hand, so opted for what seems to be another popular Thanksgiving bourbon, Blanton's Single Barrel. Blanton's is an allocated bourbon under the government-comtrolled system of manipulated supply in Virginia, so I only break this one out occasionally.

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14:55

A Diseased Mind Expert

by admin in The War on Guns at 14:09, Friday, 25 November

“The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick. Just sick,” Biden said on Thanksgiving Day. [More]

As the DSM helps him redefine “assault weapon.”

But nobody’s talking about taking your guns.

What an evil bastard.

Court Date Set

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:20, Friday, 25 November

Things are moving quickly in our suit to put Mz 114 on ice. [More]

The Medford CBS affiliate surprised me by doing a story on how hundreds of Oregon gun stores could be closed down.

Nice to see the “rea...

Cleared for Takeoff

by admin in The War on Guns at 13:13, Friday, 25 November

Major airport closed by climate activists glued to runway [More]

Why?

Just the Folks to Disarm You and Me

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:13, Friday, 25 November

Fraudulent, Illegal, Unconstitutional, Unconscionable, And False: A Short Tour Of Government In Action [More]

Can you imagine being stupid enough to trust them with a monopoly of violence?

[Via bondmen]

We’re the Only Ones Disarmed Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:03, Friday, 25 November

Teen accused of robbing ATF agent at gunpoint during undercover firearms deal [More]

Well, that didn’t go as planned…

I love the mother’s “our baby is a good boy who’s been traumatized so go easy on him” routine.

[Via bondmen]

My Kind of Razzmatazz

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:53, Friday, 25 November

Straight-up ambush and execution. To gangs, murder is a form of fun. [Watch]

If only they’d disarm you and me.

Forget it, Jake. It’s Chi-Town.

[Via bondmen]

Scandinavian Mauser: Up Close With The Swedish M96

by Josh Wayner in Recoil at 12:34, Friday, 25 November

ONE OF THE FINEST WEAP...

11:55

Quote of the day—Joe Biden

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 09:00, Friday, 25 November

The idea we still allow semiautomatic weapons to be purchased is sick.  It’s just sick.  It has no, no social redeeming value.  Zero.  None.  Not a single, solitary rationale for it except profit for the gun manufacturers.

Joe Biden
President of the United States
November 24, 2022
Remarks by President Biden After Visiting With Local Firefighters
[Enjoy your trial.—Joe]

Oops.

by Tam in View From The Porch at 10:49, Friday, 25 November

So at CanCon, I was there as a freelancer with the RECOIL crew helping to cover the event. On the first morning we got our event staff name badges and everyone sets to filling theirs out with Sharpie.


It wasn't until I looked around and realized that everyone had been carefully printing "Fred Smith, RECOIL Magazine" or "Suzy Jones, Off-Grid Magazine" did I realize I might have been doing it wrong...

R.I.P. Dr. Frederick Brooks

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 09:43, Friday, 25 November

Dwight posts his obit.  Dr. Brooks wrote "The Mythical Man-Month" which is perhaps the seminal computer science text.  I read it 25 or 30 years ago and it's been useful to me over the course of my career.  Dr. Brooks taught that complexity kills projects, and the way to ensure success is not to throw bodies at the problem but rather ruthlessly enforce clarity in your goals.

Essentially, not all teams are created equal, just like not all cars are created equal.  So what's the best car?  It all depends on what you want to do with it.  A car is not a car is not a car.

I hadn't known that Brooks became a devout Christian in his middle age.  This really isn't remarkable - most of my science and engineering professors were regular church attendees.  Only modern intellectuals think there's a tension between science and theology.  Of course the obit writer is an intellectual and so this part of his life is presented as something mysterious and unusual.  Sigh.

After all these years of being around firearms, for the first time I got to fire a Dan Wesson revolver. These revolvers are a Holy Grail for me I even have a magazine cover laminated and preserved when the original 445 Supermag was advertised and first hit the market.

Dan Wesson has a long lineage from the 1980’s and hold many records even today in metallic shooting. Where shooters were required to knock down life sized often heavy steel targets that mimicked wild life. With increasing popularity in handgun hunting I think it is time for CZ/Dan Wesson to get back in the revolver market.

Unfortunately Dan Wesson has changed hands a number of times and are now owned by CZ. When this transaction originally took place, in my heart I had hoped CZ would resurrect the Dan Wesson revolver line. Unfortunately many years later CZ would also acquire Colt and brought back to life the Prancing Pony on some beautiful Colt revolvers. I am still not satisfied CZ I want, we want Dan Wesson revolvers back. This revolver was a marvel of engineering in the 80’s and would be the just as exhilarating today. Now I am truly unsure of CZ’s strategy after acquiring two leg...

 In the vein of boondogglers gonna boondoggle, the head of the Danish windmill giant, Vestas, has admitted publicly that wind power won't get cheaper.  

Got one word--duh.

As the article points out, the only reason that wind power is looking even remotely competitive is because other fuel prices have gone up drastically.

Bloomberg

Manufacturers such as Vestas Wind Systems A/S are seeing losses pile up as orders collapse at a time when they should be capitalizing on the turmoil in natural-gas markets. To blame — at least in part — is the industry’s insistence that clean electricity can only get cheaper, according to Henrik Andersen, chief executive officer of the Danish wind giant.

“It made some people make the wrong assumption that energy and electricity should become free,” Andersen said in an interview in London. “We created the perception to some extent. S...

Suspect Shot

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 09:00, Friday, 25 November

 It seems that another upstanding citizen tried to harm a police officer and got shot for his trouble.  In this case, the suspect will survive to explain his actions before a court.  According to the local station:

Louisiana State Police has taken over the investigation. LSP investigators shared in their initial report that at around 12:30 p.m., APD received a complaint that a man was running into traffic on Rapides Avenue. When an officer got to the area, they came in contact with the man, identified as 34-year-old Jason Shackleford.

According to LSP, Shackleford then initiated a lengthy physical altercation with the officer. During the physical altercation, LSP shared that Shackleford “gained control of the officer’s baton and began choking the officer from behind with the baton.” That’s when the officer fired his gun and shot Shackleford.

Shackleford was transported to a local hospital for treatment. In its update, LSP shared that he was la...

The Finest Scientific Consensus Money Can Buy

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:46, Friday, 25 November

How Money From Gates And FTX Bought Scientific Silence [More]

So do I take it that’s a “No” for “amnesty”?

[Via bondmen]

Who Wants a Drumstick?

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:40, Friday, 25 November

Liberal Paper Gives Thanks For Abortions This Thanksgiving [More]

So should I be thankful that my ideological enemies are reducing their future numbers?

[Via Michael G]

Above His Pay Grade

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:30, Friday, 25 November

Kimberlin will not be serving any jail time but he will have to pay $49,755 in restitution. [More]

Yeah? Where’s he supposed to get that from and what happens if he doesn’t?

[Via Michael G]

A Woman’s Place

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:02, Friday, 25 November

Annie Oakley is a huge figure in America’s history of firearms but you must know here whole story to understand just how important…. Further reading: Riley, Glenda. The Life and Legacy of Annie Oakley. Norman; London: U. of Oklahoma, 1994. Print. Oklahoma Western Biographies; v. 7. [Watch]

Compare and contrast with the hysterical and obnoxious Demanding Ignoramuses…

Mark W. Smith is another YouTuber I’ll occasionally link to without reservations.

[Via Jess]

Doubling Down on Offensive

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:38, Friday, 25 November

The effort to close the “Those People” Loophole continues.

You’ll note I don’t post many links to videos from gun commentators for reasons I’ve explained before. I’ve also said why Colion Noir is one of the exceptions to the rule.

[Via ...

True Colors

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:19, Friday, 25 November

Pressure mounts on Youngkin to reverse gun control stance following string of deadly shootings [More]

How he handles it will tell us much about what we need to know about him, including his suitability for higher office.

[Via Lane]

Useful Idiot Redesignated Useless Eater

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:06, Friday, 25 November

Jan 6 staffers turn on Liz Cheney [More]

What does a woman who lets herself be used by opportunists expect? Flowers?

[Via Michael G]

¿ Armas Para Eh?

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:56, Friday, 25 November

Trudeau’s Liberal Government Introduces Amendments Banning SKS and Other Semi-Automatic Firearms [More]

The fruit doesn’t fall far from the tree, eh?

[Via Michael G]

Life Imitates ‘Art’

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:50, Friday, 25 November

“After six years of working as a museum curator—at a small, a mid-size, and, currently, a very large institution—I’ve learned how nefarious the culture of white supremacy in art museums really is,” she wrote. “The PTSD from racial trauma that many of my BIPOC colleagues and I are carrying is a clear indication that art museums are absolutely not in solidarity with BIPOC people and their communities as they claim to be.” [More]

Interesting, that she quotes a communist whose “guns…were used in an armed takeover of a courtroom in Marin County, California, in which four people were killed.”

What’s her beef again? That her comrades haven’t established a totalitarian black BIPOC Marxist regime that can give white &#8220...

We’re the Only Ones Untouchable Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:30, Friday, 25 November

The footage shows Glass twisting in his seat and thrusting a knife toward an officer who approaches the rear driver window. [More]

But he was still inside the car and the “community heroes” weren’t?

[Via Jess]

Who’s Really Being Raped Here?

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:24, Friday, 25 November

“Trump’s false, insulting, and defamatory October 12 statement about Carroll—and his actual malice in making that statement—is fully consistent with his tried-and-true playbook for responding to credible public reports that he sexually assaulted women,” the lawsuit said. [More]

So you don’t need to prove someone actually committed the crime he’s being accused of anymore?

And remember: Believe women!

A Democrat Train Wreck

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:14, Friday, 25 November

Rail Labor Dispute Careening Toward December Strike [More]

While Buttigieg “hedges,” SMART says “No deal” and the Brotherhood is obligated to “honor” picket lines.

Can We All Get Along?

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:59, Friday, 25 November

Received via email:

We’re sharing some advice for those challenging conversations with family members around the dinner table. We believe there are ways to discuss politics that include others and make them feel heard, not alienated. Check out our post below for a few tips on how to have conflict-free gatherings. [More]

Stop demanding to sic the jackboots on us to disarm us by force and we&#8...

We’re the Only Ones Manifesting Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:51, Friday, 25 November

Further details on the manifesto were unavailable, but The Daily Beast has contacted the Chesapeake Police Department for comment. On Thursday, a law enforcement official said there were “no updates available at this time.” [More]

Now that the narrative has been shot they need to figure out the best way to deal with reality.

Cat Got Your Young?

by admin in The War on Guns at 07:45, Friday, 25 November

“I don’t want anything bad to happen to P-22,” said Jimenez. “I just want people to be safe out there so that nothing like this happens again.” [More]

You can’t have one without the other, pal. Especially now that it knows humans are no deterrent.

Take care of the problem or wait for the “Only Ones” to do it and a child will be next. Time was the sheriff would have led a posse of armed volunteers to eliminate the threat.

A Message of Hope

by admin in The War on Guns at 07:43, Friday, 25 November

…dissent grows… [More]

Oh, look, seditious conspirators!

Looks like the courageous Chinese resistance movement could teach our Democrats trying to emulate the Xi Jinping regime a thing or two.

No wonder Klaus Schwab wants to see them crushed.

Certifiable

by admin in The War on Guns at 07:40, Friday, 25 November

Removes the national rifle association from the list of entities authorized to grant certificates as instructors in small arms practice [Mor...

The True Story of the Beretta 93R ‘Raffica’ Machine Pistol

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 09:00, Friday, 25 November

James Reeves is at Beretta’s headquarters in Gardone Val Trompia, Italy, to discuss the true story of the full-auto Beretta 93R with the man who designed it himself, Signore Paolo Parola, a Beretta engineer for over 40 years. James speaks with Signore Parola about his design and, of course, gets to take this legendary machine […]

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08:55

Whirled Cup

by Tam in View From The Porch at 09:23, Friday, 25 November

It's time for the quadrennial festival of soccer, the World Cup.


The small percentage of Americans who are enthusiasts of the sport are, like curling fans every Winter Olympiad, going to try to convince the rest of us how awesome the sport is, with less success than soccer athletes have trying to get the ball in the goal.

Hey, how is soccer like an incel track meet? There's an awful lot of running around and almost zero scoring!

Ba-dum!

 A plane carrying dozens of rescue dogs from Louisiana to Wisconsin had a very rough landing on a golf course outside of Waukesha, WI.  The pilots, pups, and people aboard all survived with some bumps and bruises.

Several of the rescuers are first in line for adopting the dogs they helped round up.

Read the story and watch the video.




Weekend Knowledge Dump- November 25, 2022

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 06:00, Friday, 25 November

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

 

What To Look For In A Good Knife

Steve Tarani’s thought...

Firepower Back to the 1500s: Pre-Collier Repeaters

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 08:27, Friday, 25 November

Clockwork Basilisk: The Early Revolvers of Elisha Collier and Artemas Wheeler” is available right now for preorder on Kickstarter:

Samuel Colt wasn’t the first person to invent a revolver, and Artemas Wheeler wasn’t either. Today Professor Ben Nicholson joins me to discuss the history of repeating firearms before Wheeler and Collier – a history that goes clear back to the 1500s. From Roman candle type guns like the Chambers to superposed chamber designs like the Jennings to truly bizarre designs like the Dolep & Gorgo funnel pistol,...

05:55

Forestville, WI (November 22, 2022) – Tuesday, November 29th, is “Giving Tuesday” and the non-profit Future Angler Foundation (FAF) is counting on the generosity of the recreational fishing industry, as well as anglers of all backgrounds, to help increase, leverage and sustain its wide-reaching programs. Aimed at introducing the public to the joys and thrills of fishing and boating through its extensive educational, promotional and grass roots efforts, the organization is laser-focused on its mission to help recruit, retain, and reactivate anglers and boaters.

...

02:55

Let's Get Creative

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 00:27, Saturday, 26 November

As I look at observatory solutions for Big Bertha, I am seeing some obstacles.   Dobsonian telescopes have the mirror quite low to the ground usually 6-9 inches above ground level.  Put one inside most market observatories and the walls are 40" above ground level.  You are limited to 40 degrees above ground level and up.  RORs (roll off roofs) have long been popular for home observatories but here the problem is worse.  If you can stand up in when the roof is in place, you are looking at perhaps 50 degrees altitude.  Lord Rosse's Leviathan of Parsontown was a 72" reflector held between two walls and only capable of movement in altitude not azimuth.   Your observing opportunities were limited.   Limited to 40 or 50 degrees sounds not so bad by comparison. 


Let's think outside the box (in both figurative and literally senses).  A shed that is mounted on wheels of rails that can roll completely away from the scope.  One side opens up or can be easily removed before rolling.  The Dobsonian now has full sky access.&nbsp...

Preparedness Notes for Friday — November 25, 2022

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:04, Friday, 25 November

November 25th was the birthday of economist and comedian Ben Stein. His unscripted monologue on economics from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off is one of the most memorable scenes in American cinema. Stein spends part of each year at his second home in Sandpoint, Idaho, so he is an honorary Redoubter. — An important alert video for our Canadian readers: Warning: Stock Up Now. They Are Coming for All Centerfire Sem-Auto Rifles With Detachable Magazines. — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest Today we present another entry for Round 103 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prizes for this round include: First Prize: …

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No Ammo, No Primers, No Problem! – Part 4, by M.B.

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:03, Friday, 25 November

(Continued from Part 3.) 20 Gauge Shotgun Shells and Black Powder Safety Note: When loading black powder shotgun shells, there must be no empty space inside the shell, and the powder should be compressed slightly (about 1/16 inches, or about 2mm). You may need to use a wadding or other “filler” inside the shell, so that there’s no empty space below the crimp. Six 20 gauge shotshells were primed with recharged shotgun primers. Note: The primers were recharged WITHOUT black powder in the primer bodies, and no tissue paper was used to close the flash holes. I measured out 7/8 …

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Economics & Investing For Preppers

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:02, Friday, 25 November

Here are the latest news items and commentary on current economics news, market trends, stocks, investing opportunities, and the precious metals markets. We also cover hedges, derivatives, and obscura. Most of these items are from the “tangibles heavy” contrarian perspective of SurvivalBlog’s Founder and Senior Editor, JWR. Today, we look at investing in rural land. (See the Tangibles Investing section.) Precious Metals: Gold & Oil: Another Inflationary Wave? o  o  o Jordan Roy-Byrne: They Don’t Ring a Bell at Bottoms. Economy & Finance: Peter wrote to mention that the St. Louis Fed chart shows that the yield curve is now …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:01, Friday, 25 November

“The law of unintended consequences is the only real law of history.” – Niall Ferguson

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Thursday, 24 November

23:55

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But as I am, I have to settle for giving thanks that I am still breathing and ambulatory. Oh well, truth be told, I am thankful for a lot of other things too but a man can dream!!!
 
By the way, I have no clue as to who is she, so if anyone knows - give me a clue (and if you know her number). As I said, a man can dream.
 
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20:55

Thanksgiving message from Joe Biden

in Of Arms and the Law at 17:53, Thursday, 24 November

He says, ""The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick. Just sick," he said. "It has no, no social redeeming value. Zero.""

Happy Turkey Day!

by Tam in View From The Porch at 19:32, Thursday, 24 November


As usual, I am thankful for Bobbi and her tasty, tasty cooking: Turducken, veggies, mashed potatoes, and bacon-onion gravy.

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Our greetings for a happy Thanksgiving, despite government and all the rest. Rejoice in the liberty we have, and work to restore what we have lost.  Debby, Gareth and Andrea, Matthias and Kaylynn and I are all praying for you and your family and business, and working and praying for more liberty.

We are doing well, and thankful to the Lord for so much, especially in this continuing time of trouble and so much fear and loss of liberty. Remember we have much to be thankful for, no matter what happens in Pierre or Denver or DC.

As lovers and advocates of liberty, we have the liberty to celebrate the manmade, American holiday of Thanksgiving. We know that the intent has always been to thank God, not just people, but at the same time, we know that our unbelieving friends and comrades in the cause of liberty also enjoy this holiday and thanking other people. As believers and followers of Christ, we here at The Price of Liberty still thank God for the help, encouragement, and support of those who believe differently from us.

So here are thirteen things to be thankful for in 2022:

1. Relative peace at home in the Fifty States and the European Uni...

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