ZCQOTD: “When you’re little, grownups are all rich. They can pretty much produce fifty cents or a dollar on command. I could hardly wait until I was a grownup and could buy something out of a gumball machine whenever I wanted. That was some Scrooge McDuck-level shit right there.”— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) October 25, 2021
Good, Better, Best when it comes to any positive ruling from SCOTUS, this... June? Yeah, no extra insight hit me. Or predictions. Or observtion that Gottlieb could roll to the squish side at any time, but especially in a critical time.
So you get a Good Better Best health report instead. I am reacting to the Acalabrutinib chemo well. No noticeable reaction, at all, actually. Taking meds to make me pee like a mad man. Gotta get all them kilt protein bits out of there. Still have good electrolytes, tho. Hemoglobin still sub 8. I will feel better when it goes 9+. My days seem long, still because I am tired already, but often have a post work doctor visit. That'll improve. Feet sores still improving. Lyrica still helping my back pain, somehow. Cautious optimism after 19 months of wheel spinning.
It’s so nice to spend an afternoon outdoors and return later in the day to a home filled with the yummy smell of dinner cooking. These crockpot venison meatballs, from our friends at Primal Pioneer, won’t disappoint your nose or your belly. You’ll definitely want to add this delicious recipe to your recipe box. ~MC
Crockpot Venison Meatballs are perfect for an easy appetizer or a hearty comfort food dinner. You don’t even need to pair this simple meatball recipe up with any noodles! Make certain to check out my other easy ground venison recipes for more ideas!
I can assure you that this meatball recipe is a flavor that you’re going to love. The ingredients create a wonderfully flavored and tender meatbal...
October 27th, 1858 was the birthday of President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt. (He died January 6, 1919.)
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Having to stop in the middle of a project to go to the hardware store for something is extremely annoying to me. For one it wastes time; two it is an insulting indication that I have a hole in my preps. Post-TEOTWAWKI, going to the hardware store, or any other store for something you forgot will probably not be an option. Having stuff on hand in my stores for any project is important to me as a gauge for my level of preparedness. Recently, while building stalls and pens inside my barn, I was enlightened to another annoying lesson, that quality is sometimes …
This weekly column is a collection of short snippets: practical self-sufficiency items, how-tos, lessons learned, tips and tricks, and news items — both from readers and from SurvivalBlog’s editors. We may select some long e-mails for posting as separate letters. Simon in England passed along this instructional video link: BaoFeng Ham Radio From Noob to Skilled in 60 minutes. o o o Andre reminded me to mention this, about the Cumbre Vieja volcano, in Spain’s Canary Islands: La Palma’s volcanic eruption is going strong three weeks later. o o o This reporting runs contrary to the “Fauci wisdom”: Amish Covid. …
“The old parties are husks, with no real soul within either, divided on artificial lines, boss-ridden and privilege-controlled, each a jumble of incongruous elements, and neither daring to speak out wisely and fearlessly on what should be said on the vital issues of the day.” – Theodore Roosevelt
Controlled Flight Into Terrain is an aviators term to describe something that has gone horribly wrong. One exmpple might be an aircrft flying into a mountain. Horrible fireball, no survivors.
This is not an aviation post, but I've come to accept CFIT as a metaphor for the Biden administration. Unforced errors that cast doubt on the sanity of the appointing official (the president) and cast dispersions on the sanity of the Senate.
The latest example, Janet Levinne, the first openly transgendered four-star appointee. Identifies as a woan, still has his nuts.
A while back we sadly reported that the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot would have its final dates set for October of this year. Having never been to one previously, I really wanted to get out there and attempt to get the full experience. As most of you know, the Knob Creek Machine Gun Shoot […]
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Each day a different image from the World of firearms. We call this POTD, short for Photo Of The Day, and it is our daily article series where we go to great lengths trying to find the most interesting pictures for you out there. Right above we have Marine Corps Lance Cpl. David Wells, a rifleman […]
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Welcome everyone to the 116th edition of ‘Hot Gat or Fudd Crap?’, one of our many series here on TFB. If you’re new to the series, this is where we look at the most obscure firearms that are actually for sale and ask the question – is this Gat a sweet deal or only has […]
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In this episode of TFBTV Show Time from Red Oktober, James Reeves visits with Kalashnikov USA to talk to them about their KP-9 9mm Kalashnikov-type pistol caliber carbine. The KP-9 has been a commercial smash, but is it reliable and durable? Kalashnikov USA undertook to find out themselves, and they’ve subjected the KP-9 to 20,000 […]
Over the years, I've owned several multitools from Gerber, Leatherman, and Victorinox. However, for my needs I've found that a Swiss Army Knife is far more useful and easier to carry.
For my needs, a SAK is also more useful than a pocket knife that's just a knife. I use the other tools on a SAK as much or more than the cutting blade.
I've carried several SAKs, starting with a Victorinox Pioneer that I bought around 1981 for $13 at Herter's Cutlery at the King of Prussia Mall. (This was the first knife I bought and I still have it.)
One thing I haven't cared for is how SAKs eventually wear a hole in my pants pocket. I've found a couple solutions to that.
The first is attaching the knife via its keyring to a short lanyard looped around a belt loop. I made the lanyard just long enough to hold the knife vertically in my pocket. The lanyard has a plastic clip that allows me to easily detach and reattach the knife to it. Naturally, this requires the use of both hands but the SAK needs that to open any of the blades or tools anyway.
More recently I discovered the SwissQlip, an add-on pocket clip f...
And there's this: "hydrocarbon emissions from a half-hour of yard work with the two-stroke leaf blower are about the same as a 3,900-mile drive from Texas to Alaska in a Raptor." ...
Parents of Loudoun County public school students have been asked to sign a type of nondisclosure agreement to view a curriculum connected to a group known to push critical race theory.
The NDA is required to be signed by parents who want to review the “Second Step” curriculum. Parents are required to acknowledge that the presentation of the material is “not a public event” and that “copying, broadcast or recording of any kind is prohibited.”
In short, our government is spending untold dollars to prop up patriotism in other countries while arming and training their civilians to defend their homelands. Meanwhile, the administration and its agencies, with plenty of media cheerleading, is working all the angles to disarm U.S. civilians and label armed heritage Americans, including survivalists, preppers, and believers in civil defense programs, as terrorists and as racists. [More]
A pint can not hold a quart ... If it holds the pint it's doing the best it can. [More]
Sorry, but I just can't keep up with all the emails coming in -- there is only one of me and I've still got dozens of emails waiting to be opened starting with what came in this morning that I still haven't gotten to. So I'm sorry if you made the effort and don't see me replying or otherwise acting on it-- it's not because I'm a lazy ingrate who takes you for granted.
That said, things are going to be a challenge over the next few days -- I won't bore you with the details but just say meatspace demands will be higher than normal. And I have several more articles to turn out by month's end.
All I can add to the blog today is an announcement for my latest Firearms News article, coming up next.
Via Shooting Illustrated...
SIG Sauer announced this week that it will not be exhibiting at the 2022 Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show. The event is the industry’s largest annual gathering—a tradition disrupted in January of this year when 2021’s event was canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. It attracts distributors, manufacturers, buyers and media from across the globe.
“For over 30 years SIG Sauer has attended SHOT Show, and we did not come to this decision without much thoughtful deliberation,” the company explained in its announcement. “Our number one priority throughout the pandemic has been, and will remain, our employees. SIG Sauer has an extremely large presence at SHOT Show sending over 140 employees to the show and our pre-show Range Day event. Maintaining this presence, or even a scaled back minimum presence for 2022, represents a significant health risk to all 2,600 of our employees across our 13 U.S. locations, as individuals attending the show return to our facilities and risk continued exposure to our entire employee base.”...
Remember this item from August 22nd?
The mysterious deaths of a British Google engineer and his family on a hiking trail were not a case of homicide, police say.
The bodies of Jonathan Gerrish, 45, his wife Ellen Chung and their daughter Muji – along with their dog Oski – were found by search teams on Tuesday in an area of the Sierra National Forest known as Devil’s Gulch. ̷...
A good friend of mine was out fishing, and saw something that made his get out his camera. An American flag in the top of a tall pine tree.
That is a tall pine tree, and that American flag ain't no accident. Someone did that on purpose. So, he put the picture on Facebook, and sure enough, someone knew who did it. He's a guy with the knowledge, equipment, stamina, and expertise to do such a ting. That's just cool.
There's a lot to ponder on about how we got to "here." Set aside a few minutes to read this in full. If you're like me, you'll then set aside a few minutes to share it with those in your circle of influence.
Chiefs Frank Clark charged with gun possession for second off-season arrest [More]
What can I say but "NFL"?
If they really found "an 'uzi' submachine gun" in the previous incident, why aren't the feds reported involved? Or is this just more VPC narrative parroting?
New Evidence Reveals Facebook Censoring Conservative Content; Breitbart Traffic Hobbled [More]
Yep, an effective combination, alright...
Driver intentionally rams vaccine mandate protesters in Palmdale [More]
Because they were endangering lives!
Without jumping to conclusions or making any false accusations, I easily found a vax proponent on social media exhibiting Trump Derangement Syndrome with the same name who appears to be the same age and lives in that area ...
At least he didn't use a gun! That said, it looks like they've decided someone caught deliberately driving a vehicle into a crowd can be trusted without a custodian:
Safariland is known for making rugged, quality holsters. Their holsters are used by police and military around the globe. Now, their 575 GLS Pro-Fit concealment holster has been officially recognized. Guns & Ammo magazine has just named the inside-the-waistband holster the 2021 Holster of the Year. Safariland news @ TFB: New Multicam Black Hearing Protection […]
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No, that is not an Allen Engineering AEM5 over-the-barrel suppressor pictured above. That is an OCM5 from Otter Creek Labs, a relatively new and up-and-coming manufacturer causing a stir in the world of rifle suppressors. The quietest 5.56 silencer I have ever shot is the AEM5 on the end of an MK12 – it almost […]
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When he was in the state Assembly, Jack Ciattarelli voted against banning 50 caliber weapons, those military-grade exterminators that can sever limbs and puncture armor. These are the weapons of choice for urban warfare, and a skilled sniper can use it to take down light armored vehicles, helicopters, or even a taxiing airplane — from nearly a mile away.
Star-Ledger Editorial Board
October 25, 2021
Ciattarelli and guns: A history of misfires
[And how many 50 caliber “military-grade exterminators” are used in any type of criminal violence each year in the U.S.? Rounding to the nearest 0.1 percent, the answer is zero.
Because they have no principled argument, no legal argument, and no practical argument they lead with what they do have a huge advantage with, their lies and deception. It’s in their c...
To all those who thought that @joebiden was better than Trump because the latter was going to end civilization. Is Biden doing better or worse than Trump regarding the economy and the border? Please use simple words so that I can follow.
Gad Saad @GadSaad
Tweeted on October 24, 2021
[I have nothing to add.—Joe]
Well, it turns out that the reason my monthly stipend check has not arrived this month is that my lawyer all those years ago did not purchase a lifetime annuity with a twenty year guarantee, but a regular twenty year structured settlement. My monthly income just took a nine-hundred dollar hit, and my future plans are all up in the air. Younger me should have paid closer attention to those papers and asked more questions.
I applied for a job at an Australian zoo but they told me I wasn't koalafied.
[Ed: This is the full text of the piece Drs. Faria & Wheeler published in the Washington Examiner September 9.] Twenty-five years ago, Congress reprimanded the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for its political advocacy of gun control. Now, President Joe Biden’s CDC Director Rochelle Walensky is planning a new round of activism against […]
Puppies are for torturing, cars are evil, and your kids belong to the state. You guys are absolutely killing it today.
— Federalist Muskrat (@Muskrat__) October 25, 2021
The National School Board President, who with the NSBA CEO, wrote the letter that gave AG Garland the impetus to direct the DOJ to treat parents as domestic terrorists is now serving on National Assessment Governing Board. (Garlands's daughter is married to the main purveyor of CRT materials in the US by the by.) They collaborated with the White House on the letter itself.
The rest of the NSBA board has walked back the verbiage of the letter from their organization and apologized and internal memos indicate that there was no internal process before the letter was sent.
That said, they don't seem to be doing jack over shit to fire these people.
Fisherman finds weighted down gun in Fort De Soto - Christopher Sacco, 35, took the weapon to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office. [More]
I guess I'd have felt an obligation to do the same on the off-chance prints or other evidence might help identify and remove a dangerous threat to my countrymen, but I think I'd also want to start the clock on 705.104(1):
"Title to lost or abandoned property is hereby vested in the finder upon the expiration of the 90-day custodial time period specified in s. 705.103(2)(b), provided the notice requirements of s. 705.103 have been met, unless the rightful owner or a lienholder claims the property within that time."
In 1964, Dupuy developed the "Theoretical Lethality Index" (TLI), which calculated the lethal capacity of weapons across time. The TLI table showed how many persons a soldier with a weapon could theoretically kill in one hour. [More]
Which is why we need to "settle" for nothing less than the Every Other Terrible Implement Index (EOTI), or the Second Amendment means nothing, and the resulting genocidal lethality will be anything but theoretical.
As an aside, the very headline of this CNN hit piece is a damn lie-- two, actually. Guns don't kill and courts have no legitimate say on birthrights they did not endow.
They want us to write our reps. Mine is an NRA A-rated lump who is not on the committee, so I'm not sure what the point is, but OK, I'll give them a few seconds and hit "Send," even though the Dem majority in the committee means it's a done deal there. I guess the key will be in cloture defections...?
Chicago poised to create one of the nation’s largest ‘guaranteed basic income’ programs [More]
Yeah, let Democrats reroute more plunder to encourage generational entitlement, dependence, and sloth. That always works.
Get ready for bigger, better numbers and more "unrest."
Forget it, Jake. It's Chi-Town.
Maskless Joe Biden slammed for coughing into hand and then shaking hands with people- The president was caught in the act at New Jersey, while not wearing a mask even after meeting Alejandro Mayorkas who tested positive for Covid-19 [More]
What? "Fully vaccinated" Alejandro Mayorkas...?
Is anybody pressing "Hattie" to explain?
I saw some useful idiots on Twitter "defending" Biden by trying to change the subject to Trump-- really. Such creatures remind me of nothing so much as death cult devotees. Trying to interject reason only intensifies the fury.
Meanwhile, another wrote: “D is for discomfort.” “Kind of tacky to bring to a theme park,” added another fan. [More]
Yeah, who wants their kids subjected to sexual suggestiveness between a man and a woman?
Disney Family Values, you know...
When are they going to realize that "Magic Kingdom" is patriarchal and Frontierland celebrates genocide? Then there's Tom Sawyer Island, the paddle wheeler Mark Twain, the slaveholders in the Hall of Presidents...
Most people think about the Remington Rolling Block as a purpose-built rifle, but it was also used as a way to transform muzzleloaders into more modern breechloaders. Remington did this commercially, and small gunsmiths did it as well. Essentially any old rifle could contribute a barrel, stock, and furniture – just add a Remington action and you can have a cartridge-firing rifle for much less that the cost of getting one brand new.
The Rolling Block transformation we are looking at today appears to have been built on a Confederate Gillam & Miller rifle – an extremely rare pattern. Gillem & Miller only managed to produce 677 rifles for the state of North Carolina during the Civil War, and only a handful of intact surviving examples are known. This one shows what was typical of usable arms in the post-war South – they were used ...
As fall arrives, so does the realization that I have unused vacation time at risk of loss. My employer has a generous leave policy, but that policy also allows for no banked time. "Use it or lose it" is the rule.
As such, I've been striving to put in real "time off" before the end of the year, mostly in the form of long weekends. A few weeks ago, we managed a three day weekend away.
Our first evening at the VRBO farmhouse, to help recovered from the time on the road, included a good bourbon and cigar, naturally.
The Old Forester 1910 Whiskey is a libation I've been enjoying frequently of late. It's got just enough spice to be interesting, but is readily sippabl...
Last month in Texas I had a chance to try out the ATN ThOR 4 4-40x Thermal Rifle Scope. Thanks to the facilities at Mellon Creek Outfitters I had access to plenty of distance, and the opportunity to shoot both day and night with this optic. I mounted the ThOR 4 atop an M16A4 post-sample […]
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In 2019, with help from reader Stimpy75 and my friend Emrah, TFB reported about new Personal Defense Weapon (PDW) that was unveiled at the International Defense Industry Fair (IDEF) in Turkey. The TOKAT 571 PDW falls into a medium-sized class of machine pistols, that’s larger than one-off pistols like the Glock 18 and Beretta 93, […]
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The grip angle on an AR-15 is as personal as the underwear you wore to the range. Everyone likes something different for the stance they use, purpose of the firearm, and general comfort. Now available from Strike Industries, the AR Multi-Angle Pistol Grip (MAPG) allows users to adjust the angle of their grip on the […]
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If you've got a few minutes, this is a really interesting read...
...Chowchilla was not just the site of the largest kidnapping for ransom in American history, but also of one of the most idiotic crimes ever visited upon the state of California. It was a crime so perverse and unbelievable that it sounds like, for lack of a better phrase, utter bullshit.
What happened to Chowchilla is the story of a generation-defining crime that briefly shook the world, and the ripple effects it had on the state’s heartland. It’s about the huge differences between urban and rural California, the rich and the poor, how a town overcame being dragged to hell and back, and what we have to learn from the fading ghost stories of the 20th century.
And it is no joke.
Medical people will draw a quick breath when you tell them. My mom was a nurse for 30 years, and a good one. She's the only one that I told it might be multiple myeloma, and I had no idea what it was. She got real quiet on the phone.
They thought I had this because I had back pain. They assumed that meant I had tumors in my spine marrow. Because that's a feature of myeloma. I bet it hurts more and more as it progresses.
Today is the birthday of Henry Deringer (October 26, 1786 – February 28, 1868). He was an American gunsmith. He is best known for inventing and giving his name to the very compact Deringer pistol. Pictured is the Philadelphia Deringer that was carried by John Wilkes Booth. October 26th is the anniversary of the death of American-born RLI Trooper Joseph Patrick Byrne, in Rhodesia, in 1978. Edward Wilson Very (born October 26, 1847, died March 1, 1910) was an American naval officer who adopted and popularized a single-shot breech-loading flare pistol that fired flares that bear his name. — SurvivalBlog …
My shotgun and I have been together a long time. I received it for my twelfth birthday about 70 years ago. I was raised in a farming community. It was expected that a young man would contribute to the food supply whenever possible. My family considered a shotgun to be a piece of precision farm equipment that you used to get food. When I lived with my grandfather on his small farm in rural Midwest he positioned a firearm at each downstairs window. When we looked out in the morning if there was a critter poaching from our garden we …
This weekly column features news stories and event announcements from around the American Redoubt region. (Idaho, Montana, eastern Oregon, eastern Washington, and Wyoming.) Much of the region is also more commonly known as The Inland Northwest. We also mention companies of interest to preppers and survivalists that are located in the American Redoubt region. Today, we look at proposed changes to Montana’s wolf trapping and snaring regulations. (See the Montana section.) Region-Wide Fall color in the Inland Northwest. o o o Some fascinating data: Sources of Energy, By State. Note how much hydropower is produced in the Redoubt States. o …
Our favorite hobbies can take us out into the middle of nowhere. Collecting rocks and gold panning typically happen in remote areas. On a trip to northern Idaho to visit a gold panning site this summer, which was pretty secluded, we noticed everyone had some sort of gun on them. We did, too, but soon realized they were basically “toys” if we were to run into a bear. Not a good feeling. So, when I had the opportunity to try out the Taurus Raging Hunter as an option for protection, I was extremely interested.
Shortages of both goods and services combined with massive government spending are resulting in inflation. And now there are predictions of increasing electrical power outages:
Across the nation, severe weather fueled by climate change is pushing aging electrical systems past their limits, often with deadly results. Last year, the average American home endured more than eight hours without power, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration — more than double the outage time five years ago.
I suppose you can call it “climate change”. Assuming it’s the political climate you have in mind. From the same article:
…state regulators largely have rejected these ideas, citing pressure to keep energy rates affordable. Of $15.7 billion in grid improvements under consideration last year, regulators approved only $3.4 billion, according to a national survey by ...
By David Crane david (at) defensereview (dot) com Image(s) Credit: Strike Industries (SI) October 25, 2021 DefenseReview (DR) hasn’t written about Strike Industries (SI) products for quite some time, but the new SI Strike Iron Sights in both Standard Height and Suppressor Height variants caught our attention, since they have some interesting design features. The …
Let's suppose that you are an executive producer, of a movie. Let's suppose that it is a western, where they will use lots of revolvers.
Now, I'll admit, I've been in the bourbon, but it seems to me that if you're rehearsing with a revolver, it makes sense to remove the cylinder. A revolver without a cylinder is simply a paper weight. It still works like a revolver. With the base pin installed, it can be cocked and fired, but the only way that an actor can hurt someone is if you smack them with the barrel.
So, the question is: Why did I have to think of this?
I am available to be the safety guru on movie sets. For the proper amount of recompense.
I’m so old that I remember walking in San Francisco, marveling at the polished brass fixtures, the clear skies and cheerful people.
That’s not the San Francisco of today.
Everything Democrats dominate become putrid hell-holes.
To save civilization, Democrats must be destroyed.
Ian interviewed an expert on the subject 3 years ago. Very interesting.
Bottom line: That famous accident last week not only could have been avoided, normal every-day movie-set practice would have avoided it.
A common term in legal actions is “knew or should have known.” Baldwin certainly had decades of experience handling all types of firearms in movies, and those presumably included instructions on safe gun handling. [More]
Did he fire the gun on his own without direction?
Welcome to TFB Podcast Roundup 16! Working within the gun industry as a writer, I find myself jumping from subject to subject very often, and it’s not until I run into a review item or a specific rifle or pistol that I end up going down the hundreds of rabbit holes that exist within the […]
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As usual, TFB has selected a few pictures for you. By this time you know it, it’s TFB’s Photo Of The Day to keep you in a good mood. Get a coffee, take a break and enjoy a few minutes off. Here we have Australian Army soldiers together with U.S. Marines with the Marine Rotational Force […]
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Hello and welcome back to another edition of The Rimfire Report! This ongoing series is all bout the rimfire firearm world and its various arms, ammunition, and practices. This week we’re talking about the recently released H&K .22LR MP5 pistol and rifle. Both of the new guns are something that customers have been wishing to see […]
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Good news: Neighbor L seems to have come through her surgery quite well. They’re shipping her right out of the hospital to a – well, ‘nursing home’ is excessively grim, some place where she can get therapy for a week or so before coming home, or that’s the plan I was told. I spoke to her on the telephone yesterday and she seemed astoundingly strong and normal.
But of course this is 2021, and there’s a bureaucratic price to pay: Before they’d do anything as helpful as send her out of the hospital, D had to provide proof that she’s vaccinated, right? Which meant a picture of her vaccine cert. No problem, it was right there on the table, and he had her smartphone. Which he had no more idea how to use than Tobie could use the Large Hadron Collider.
So he handed it to me, and damned if I could figure it out either. It’s an Android, and none of the pictograms meant diddly to me. Fortunately I’ve been messing with pics on an iPhone for years now, so I quickly gave up on his and started over with my own – and that worked just fine. So the blog came in handy.
Extra adventure ensued this morning, becaus...
PSD is the idea that the mental, physical, and emotional impact of gender inequality is a trauma that impacts woman and builds over time, and over generations ... PSD can impact anyone, including nonbinary people and men. [More]
Ah, rational Democrats.
Will they stick their fingers down their throats and cut themselves, too?
[Via Michael G]
Woman Faces Rape and Murder Charges After Dating App Meet-Up for Threesome Leads to ‘Gruesome’ and Deadly Torture, Police Shooting [More]
So much for "love is love."
I was in full "yuck" mode before Carey even came on scene. That there really are people like this -- including the victims -- is something I don't think I'll ever comprehend.
WTF is wrong with some people?
[Via Mack H]
From maybe the most important post at ToddG's blog...
The most dangerous gun handlers are the ones who think they’re too safe to worry about making a mistake.Bold & italics are in the original. It's worth a reading again refresher.
As a community, we need to stop treating all accidental discharges as foolish and criminal acts. By placing every accident under the umbrella of sin, we do ourselves a disservice. We lose the chance to examine the details and learn from them. We lump the competitor who made a momentary transgression in with the idiot who’s never learned anything about safe gun handling. Worst of all, we create a mindset that tells us mistakes won’t happen to smart people (meaning, “us”) … which breeds complacency, which breeds more mistakes.
Bit it starts with the audio of President Reagan talking about how far is the greatest enemy of the aspirations of mankind.
Like many Americans. we use Turbo Tax to do our taxes. We have worked our entire lives and cobbled together a few piddling retirement accounts that add up to something that we can pay the bills with and have a little something left over to help the kids or have fun. We're reasonably comfortable, but not wealthy by most standards. Comfortably middle class.
Our total tax bite is in the low five-figures. I normally write the IRS a small check on April 15th, and mail it that day because I understand the present value of a dollar, and they won't get their money until it is due.
Several weeks ago I got a notice from the tax sonsofbitches. Evidently there had ben some mistake, and I owed them some more money. Rather than fight it (attorneys cost money too), we decided to demure, and wrote then another check, which I mailed on the due date.
Last week, we got another notice from the tax sonsofbitches. I got the notice last Tuesday, and it was dated the 25th (today, if you check your calendar). The notice said that they hadn't gotten my check, and I owed penalties and interest. A simple inquiry to the bank showe...
By Nathan Barton
It is a theme TPOL has addressed many times, and even the scummy mainstream media constantly point this out. Not just the FedGov but all levels of government here in the States can make life miserable for families on a daily basis. We saw it with families travel this summer as they did in 2020 (and would have even without the Beer Flu) and in 2019, And just summer? Hardly. Any time of year.
It may seem somewhat a silly list – until you tick off a federal bureaucrat enough, or get on the wrong side of a federal prosecutor (for almost any reason). Ditto for state and local prosecutors and even ordinary government attorneys (like County attorneys and City attorneys):
But I can speak from p...
That's the problem with four-legged probable cause. It's mostly up to the officer interpreting the dog's acts. And, without the benefit of dashcam or body camera recordings, these subjective takes become part of the official record and are difficult to challenge. [More]
"Interpreting"? How about cueing?
[Via Michael G]
In the plaintiffs’ concise 10-page complaint, the Virginia Institute for Public Policy (VIPP), a public-policy organization dedicated to election integrity, alleged the “Defendants are accepting and approving applications for absentee and mail-in ballots that do not include information required by Virginia law, namely, the last four digits of the applicant’s Social Security number.” [More]
So their concerns are "baseless"?
[Via Michael G]
Sunday night MSNBC went all out smearing parents in the Northern Virginia suburbs of Loudoun County as domestic terrorists. On Alicia Menendez’s American Voices, the MSNBC host and her far-left guest cruelly painted parents standing up to school boards, including a father whose daughter was allegedly raped by a transgender student on campus because of the schools' liberal policies, as radical rioters who were like the January 6 “insurrectionists.” [More]
Maybe I'm wrong thinking leftwing media won't give me a fair shake...?
[Via Michael G]...
A top US Marshals official currently under investigation for allegedly sleeping with a junior colleague now stands accused of pawning off his post-graduate program homework to his subordinates... [More]
If someone would do that to their underlings and it was accepted as systemic, imagine what he -- and they -- would do to someone they consider even more powerless, like, say, you...
Consistent with other studies, we find that American conservatives are more likely than liberals to hold misperceptions. [More]
So they're not only racists, they're deluded!
If you want to see real-world proofs of how irrational their beliefs are just look at the differences in the areas where their populations concentrate compared to enlightened, Democrat-controlled shining cities on the hill, and then look at the superior heights reached by collectivists around the globe!
Just ahead of a crucial city council meeting set for Monday, Fraternal Order of Police First Vice President Michael Mette likened the continued standoff to "The Hunger Games". Mette referenced the popular dystopian novel series and movies in a social media video posted prior to the weekend, saying "Welcome to day three of 'The Hunger Games,' where we find out who the city is going to offer up as tribute." [More]
Speaking of The Hunger Games, it's a series of movies where white anti-gun actors portray armed anti-government extremists (who make the "III" sign) staging an insurrection by killing law enforcers and politicians and seizing power -- and they're presented as the heroes.
The Chinese American Citizens Alliance of Greater New York (CACAGNY) released a statement on October 19 advising parents of students in New York City schools to “immediately opt out of new invasive and totalitarian Social Emotional Surveys designed as re-education for children.” CACAGNY notes that parents from totalitarian states should recognize these surveys as “the language of re-education and thought control.” [More]
This ain't their first 牛仔竞技表演.
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Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) tells me in an interview for Sunday's "Axios on HBO" that cryptocurrency could eventually replace the dollar as "the reserve currency of the world." [More]
I've confessed before that the whole concept is something I just can't wrap my head around no matter how much I read about it. Perhaps I'm just not wired in a way to understand it because when I try I feel the ADD frustration kicking in.
Having just gone through two back-to-back power outage experiences, am I so wrong to wonder what would happen if the lights went out for an extended period over a wider area and if it was deliberate?
WOOX has added another product to their line of rifle chassis/stocks. The new Cobra Precision Stock joins the Furiosa, Exactus and Wild Man becoming the fourth rifle stock offered by the company. The difference from other members of the family is in the design of the buttstock and forearm that are attached to the main […]
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Upgrading your sights is one of the easiest, least expensive, and helpful upgrades you can make to your pistol. For those who prefer Smith & Wesson handguns, a new iron sight option has entered the arena. Adding to their line of iron sights, Strike Industries now offers standard and suppressor height sights for several models […]
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Israeli Bul Armory has announced the launch of the new Bul Optics sub-brand and introduced the first two products of the new brand – the MS-1 and MS-2 handgun reflex sights. Both MS-1 and MS-2 are open-emitter sights with the former featuring a more rugged hood design and intended for concealed carry use and the latter […]
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In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves reviews the new Springfield SA-35 Hi-Power clone. Springfield pulled out all of the stops making this clone and even tweaked the original design to improve upon its weaknesses. Mainly, the original magazine safety has been removed, allowing Springfield’s version to have a much better trigger. The hammer has […]
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If you want to be better-liked, try acting like a public servant, instead of a public master.
October 21, 2021
YES, AND THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE
[Interesting choice of phrases. I wonder when and where the first use of “public servant” contrasted with “public master” came about.
I know I was using it in 2008. But I don’t know where I got it from.—Joe]
From the NYT piece this AM:
Mr. Baldwin had been sitting in a wooden church pew, rehearsing a scene that involved “cross drawing” a revolver and pointing it at the camera lens, Mr. Souza said, according to the affidavit. Mr. Souza said that he had been standing beside Ms. Hutchins “viewing the camera angle.”A revolver pointing directly at the camera lens would, of course, require dummy rounds in it. Sounds like the dummies here weren't in the chambers where they belonged, but standing around on set, handing each other guns.
The entirety of my review of the Girsan MC9 is up at RECOILweb.
Friend of the Blog Tacitus wrote about his experiences last year as a newbie deer hunter. He has some thoughts to share with us on getting ready for his second hunting year, as well as some questions for experienced hunters.
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This Pacific cyclone that is soaking California has been giving us rain in Idaho. Worse, the skies are gray. No astrophotography. I realize that for many fellow Americans, this is just part of fall and winter. But I grew up in Santa Monica three blocks from the beach, where gray days ended about 1:00 PM. Even a few miles inland (in what my father called the "banana belt"), mornings were often clear. If only 20 million conservatives could move to California, take over the state, and make it like 1965.
So if we add an evil laugh or low chuckle to the below quote, anyone who's read either a history book or pretty much any dystopian novel will have their blood curdle...
"There is a plan, should these people not want to be vaccinated, towards education and counseling to get people the information they need so that they are feeling comfortable in getting vaccinated.”
Large corporations line shareholders’ pockets while killing American jobs, costing government resources, and harming national security, in multiple industries, including ammunition. [More]
It's almost like no one of power or influence is interested in the security of a free State...
But it does leave open some perplexing philosophical questions...
EXCLUSIVE: Jan. 6 Protest Organizers Say They Participated in ‘Dozens’ of Planning Meetings With Members of Congress and White House Staff [More]
They're anonymous and out to save their own skin so they spill their guts to Democrat apparatchiks and Rolling Stone (but I repeat myself).
Wake me when they show they were instructed to break into the Capitol and start smashing things.
“It turns out it was a brief drive-by — not the kind of sustained visit that his critics are demanding. It’s almost like counting a refueling stop as a visit to a country. But it’s enough that we will leave this unrated,” Kessler concluded in his “fact check.” [More]
Reminds me of all the times I've changed planes at DFW without leaving the concourses...
Who's up for some vintage Johnny Cash...?
[Via Michael G]
As the stabbing of Amess makes all too clear, the problem of politicized violence is endemic around the world. But in the United States, this problem is exacerbated by our tragically lax gun laws. [More]
Why can't I get a Sesame Street song out of my head?
Notice she and her fellow grabbers will never commit to what laws they would consider "adequate."
Nothing like the tech gods censoring women and a Jewish guy from having a chat about guns, current events and civil rights... [More]
To paraphrase the Dotard-in-Chief, if they're not for citizen disarmament, they ain't women and Jews.
The U.S. parent group “Parents Defending Education” (PDE) has implemented a method of tracking “equity consultants.” As a result, it has been able to confirm more than 100 contracts between schools and private consulting firms charged with advising educational institutions on ideologies such as “critical race theory.” [More]
Nice tool. All it requires is people picking it up and using it.
[Via Michael G]
Any gun owner who, knowing this, still votes for this Vichycon, commits an act of cowardice.
Standard Arms was an early (circa 1909) manufacturer of self-loading hunting rifles in the US. The made the Model G, a rifle which could function either as a self-loader or a pump action manual repeater. Unfortunately, is was tremendously unreliable and prone to breakage. In an effort to salvage something of use, the company introduced the Model M – a pump-only version. It can’t malfunction if it doesn’t try to function on its own, right? Well, it didn’t work, and the company went bust in 1912, and then again in 1914 after its creditors attempted to revive it.
However, one really rare model that Standard Arms also produced was the “Camp”. This is a .50 caliber smoothbore pump-only gun chambered for a proprietary cartridge similar to the .50-95. It was intended for shooting either small shot or...
For those who might already be devoted fans of Springfield Armory on social media, you may have noticed an intentionally cryptic photograph they shared last week. This black and white image depicted a gunsmith toiling away at his workbench on some unknown firearm with the phrase: “We’re bringing it back.” This lead to a lot […]
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Welcome to TFB Weekly Amazon Deals 17. I’ve really been diving deep into the rabbit hole of precision rifle shooting lately and I even have somewhat of a precision rifle headed my way for review shortly. This upcoming review has got me thinking a lot about the various ancillary accessories and tools you might need […]
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I form opinions on the fatal situation on the Rust set, then discard them. I have no idea what happened and no one is testifying in fine enough detail to make any of it less of a black hole. So I have been checking myself.
Plenty of internet guessing, which I am not usually shy about, but not in the mood this time.
Four rules, yes yes, Baldwin an ass, yes yes, union obfuscation, yes yes. It's still, days later, opaque.
Wonder if we will ever know…
Well, the local paper is trying to lay facts on us at least.
A Special Note From JWR: I have some sad news. Reader Pam B. wrote to mention that Judge Steve Vandiver is reported to have passed away. Yes, the Steve Vandiver whom you know from SurvivalBlog. At least that is what I’m assuming — since his obituary matches several things he referenced in the article. If so, then we have lost a great patriot. Our condolences to his family. If you haven’t already done so, then please read his two-part article, that just ran this past weekend: Part 1 and Part 2. — This is the birthday of explorer and pilot …
Glock has been running ads in firearms publications for many years stating “Glock Perfection” and of course, that is their hype. When it comes to firearms – and I don’t care who makes them, there are no “perfect” firearms, they all have their various quirks. Still, Glocks are largely about as perfect as they come. I remember purchasing my first Glock. It was called the “Glock 17” and many folks believed it was called that because it held 17 rounds of ammo. Not true! That came from the 17th patent that Gaston Glock applied for, so he assigned “17” to …
The following Sazon Spiced Soup recipe is from SurvivalBlog reader Gwen. She writes: “This is based on a recipe that was given to me but I changed four elements so I would say it qualifies as an original one. Ingredients 1 lb ground hamburger 1 bag of frozen mixed vegetables 2 – 32 oz Swanson Vegetable Broth 1/2 cup dry macaroni noodles 1 can of red beans 1-2 packages of Goya Sazon seasoning found in the Mexican aisle Directions Brown your hamburger or ground meat of choice and drain the fat. In a saucepan heat the broth to boiling and …
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 Joe Biden’s inflationary policies. (See the Inflation Watch section.) Precious Metals: Video interview: From ‘dead money’ to a breakout: Silver’s fortune is about to change. o o o Video: Why Silver Could Spike To $80 Or Higher. o o o “Gold Suppressed, Shelves Empty, Out-of-Control Fed” – Ron Paul. Economy …
“I did not mind killing anything, any animal, if I killed it cleanly, they all had to die and my interference with the nightly and the seasonal killing that went on all the time was very minute and I had no guilty feeling at all. We ate the meat and kept the hides and horns.” – Ernest Hemingway, Green Hills of Africa
In case you didn’t check your calendar this morning, Christmas is only two months away. If you watch the news, it’s especially important to get your gift shopping done early this year if you want presents under your tree on Christmas morning. If you’re searching for gift ideas for the firearms enthusiast in your life, or to help your family and friends with security for some of their valuable items, look no further than Lockdown.
Sponsored by Lockdown...
From the comments to Quote of the day—Pigdowndog @Pigdowndog. Please be cautious in extrapolating these results to other people, especially if they come from a different country and/or demographic.
My quick look for more information on Pigdowndog resulted in moderate confidence he is in the range of 75 to 85 years old, lived a number of years in southern France, and I have high confidence he currently lives Southwest of London.
In my initial QOTD post, I said “Simple logic for simple minds.” I way over estimated his ability to think logically. Sorry about that. But he arrived on scene and didn’t take long to correct my error. Here is the evidence:
pkoning on October 18, 2021 at 6:42 am said:...
Display With Intent to Intimidate. The Spokane area Law Office of Mark Knapp PLLC handles many kinds of criminal defense cases. Many present issues of self-defense. The ability to claim self-defense depends on whether there is an imminent threat of death or grave bodily harm. The issue of self-defense often arises when a weapon is displayed during a road rage incident or some altercation.
Last night we had our first New Orleans parade in over 18 months. It was the Krewe of Boo Halloween parade, traditionally the first real parade of parade season, which runs through Mardi Gras (This year, March 1st). And it was rushed and kinda small since the city only green-lighted it two weeks ago. Still, they managed to pull together a show with 14 floats and each one had a complete marching band and/or dance group in between them. It was vintage New Orleans again and for the first time since Covid hit, it started to feel normal again.
But one thing that caught my eye was this large sign on the very first horse-drawn wagon leading the parade:
Photo Of The Day: Airborne sniping is a special thing and probably one of the most difficult tasks for any target shooter. Here we’re looking at the power of the 12.7x99mm round (.50 BMG) in the Hécate 2 Long-range anti-material rifle made by PGM Precision in France. Note the rather large suppressor and the arm […]
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In this episode of TFBTV, Hop previews the newest model of the venerable Mossberg 590 shotgun: the 590S. The Mossberg 590S is everything you know and love about the 590, but with some internal tweaks that allow it to reliably cycle mini shells without the use of an adapter. The new 590S, and 590S Shockwave […]
In this episode of TFBTV, Hop reviews the new optics-ready Mossberg MC2SC. This double-stack micro 9mm carry handgun has a standard capacity of 11 rounds and a super low optics cut that allows the factory iron sights to cowitness through a red dot. This is the first pistol in the Mossberg MC series that it’s […]
The post NEW Mossberg MC2SC Optics Ready Micro 9mm – Review appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
The legendary Mossberg 590 has just received an all-new lineup that is now compatible with a wide variety of shotgun shells from 3″ magnums all the way down to the tiny 1.75″ mini shells. The new Mossberg 590s shotgun features a redesigned elevator and bolt slide as well as an energy-absorbing bumper for maximum flexibility […]
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A new subcompact 9mm pistol has just hit the market from Mossberg – the MC2sc. The MC2sc is the next iteration in the MC series of 9mm pistol but this model adds more capacity and features to the lineup in ways previous iterations of the MC never did. The MC1sc was released during a time […]
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So women are now 'bodies with vaginas' or 'people who menstruate'. Women's sports are being destroyed by allowing men, who retain their strength and musculature no matter what they are wearing, to compete. Sexual assaults are happening because boys in skirts are allowed into women's bathrooms. A man is being heralded as the first woman four star general in the US Public Health Service Corps.
But, perverts are allowed to let their manliness hang out in front of little girls (which used to be illegal) because they say they are a woman. A man claiming to be a female sued because a spa wouldn't wax his balls (hint, if there are balls, he's a man). At least he lost his lawsuits. It seems every time a man who is self identifying as the opposite sex is mentioned, they are referred to as a 'trans-woman' or she-just feedi...
Three states that have detailed race and gender data for at least a decade show remarkably larger increases in permits for minorities compared to whites. In Texas, black females saw a 6.3 times greater percentage increase in permits than white males from 2002 to 2020. Oklahoma data from 2002 to 2020 indicated that the increase of licenses approved for Asians and American Indians was more than twice the rate for whites. North Carolina had black permits increase twice as fast as whites from 1996 till 2016.
From 2015 to 2020/2021, in the four states that provide data by race over that time period, the number of Asian people with permits increased 93.2% faster than the number of whites with permits. Blacks appear to be the group that has experienced the largest increase in permitted concealed carry, growing 135.7% faster than whites.
John R. Lott & Rujun Wang
Crime Prevention Research Center
October 6, 2021
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The Queen of The World suggested today's classical music piece from one of her favorite films, the 1992 Francis Ford Coppola production Bram Stoker's Dracula. She says that it's an excellent Date Night movie, which I can confirm. Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder are adequate, but Gary Oldman is spectacular as Dracula and Anthony Hopkins is, well, Anthony Hopkins. The theatricality is a bit over the top in a "300" sense, but it works.
And TQoTW is right that this is a very romantic film. It's just the ticket for a drizzly October evening coming up on Halloween.
The musical score - I should more properly say the award winning musical score - is perfect. It doesn't overwhelm the scenes, but very effectively sets the emotional base. This song is a great example of how the music starts out happy (the scene is a party early in the film) but goes very interestingly and creepily off as it progresses.
Wojciech Kilar was a very successful classical composer in post-war Poland. He is perhaps their most famous film score composer, and was recognized as such in the West. Coppola produced this film only a coup...
I am not using this video because of a hair in the eyepiece, but watch the motion:
Our club traveled to Silsbee, TX yesterday to shoot with our parent club.
That is the Louisiana contingent. The rest of the shooters, abut 50 of us, were from all over Texas.
No injuries, no problems, nothing but fun, fellowship, and camaraderie. All while running "prop guns" as hard as we knew how to run them.
There was a lot of talk abut Alec Baldwin, and lots of talk about how to avoid such tragedies, which we do every time we meet. Even our pre-teen shooters know more about gun safety than the members of that cast. ...
You'd think that Germans would be very orderly about naming things. Orderliness is a German cultural trait carried almost to a fault.
A little girl with Downs Syndrome in Florida had a mask TIED to her face every day for six weeks by school personnel working for Brevard County schools. This was despite the fact that she had a medical exemption as well as the fact that mask mandates are illegal in Florida. The only way he found out was that they forgot to take the mask off of her one day before sending her home.
With a crowdfunding effort, the father is suing the school district for child abuse.
Amazingly enough, Brevard County School District is ending its illegal mask mandate.
The teacher and principal that did this to the girl need to rot in hell, or at the least, need to be thrown in jail with a cellmate named Rosie who will show them what real abuse is.
These people are utterly insane and anyone associated with this needs to never, ever, be around children, ever again.
Reason has a pointed headline about our wonderful friendly neighborhood People’s Socialist Democratic Woke “Republic” of California.
(Ain’t a “republic,” folks. Seriously!)
CalDrug’s illustrious defenders of public morals, pure bodies, and tax revenues have so far this year seized 1.2 MILLION pot plants, and thousands of pounds of “processed marijuana.” This stalwart action has protected Californians and California government from all the horrors of the rampant, unregulated, untaxed, free market in cannabis and cannabis products. Just as California has been protected for decades from unregulated use of water, use of air, use of land, use of vehicles and equipment, and so many more hazards of modern life (perhaps in California you can’t call it “living” – just “existing?).
Without such drastic and effective actions like this, imagine what California would be like today?
Welcome everyone to the TFB Armorer’s Bench! As mentioned in the little blurb, this series will focus on a lot of home armorer and gunsmith activities. In this article sponsored by Wheeler, Tipton, Caldwell, and Frankford Arsenal, I happened to do a little maintenance on my Chiappa 1887 Lever Action shotgun and while disassembling and reassembling, I thought to myself that it […]
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In this first episode of TFBTV Show Time, it’s October 23, 2021, and James Reeves is hanging out with Nick at Rifle Dynamics to talk about Red Oktober, and to get an introduction to Rifle Dynamics’ newest AK, the as-yet-unreleased Rifle Dynamics 700 Mid AK, as well as the very limited edition, one of ten […]
The post NEW Rifle Dynamics “700 Mid” AK-47 and Red Oktober Edition appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
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