Sunday, 20 September

01:55

Back in 1977, Biden wrote:

“Should Voters Be Allowed To Register On Election Day? No,” Biden wrote in an op-ed to a now-defunct Wilmington, Del. newspaper in 1977. He even chided President Carter for proposing it.

A “reservation I have and one that is apparently shared by some of the top officials within the Department of Justice is that the president’s proposal could lead to a serious increase in vote fraud,” Biden wrote. . . .

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Saturday, 19 September

22:55

 When Republican get back in control, they increase it from 11 to 13, no 51, no, the entire citizen population and we get to see democracy in action.  Watch the Democrats scream then!

A pleasant Saturday evening

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 18:57, Saturday, 19 September

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18:55

RBG is Dead

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 17:52, Saturday, 19 September

 Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, long-time hero of the liberal side, lost her long battle with cancer.  She passed away yesterday.  My condolences to her family.  Seriously, she was beloved of someone.  They deserve a chance to mourn.

The media is awash with speculation on who might replace her, or whether she will be replaced before the election.  The anguish from the Democrats is palpable.  Should President Trump presume to nominate a replacement, they will howl, oh how they will howl.

I've watched the last two nominations, and to say that I was appalled at the unfounded allegations is understatement.  It is my sincere belief that somewhere in a small room, someone is being coached with nearly religious fervor in casee our president decides to name a replacement.  I am not the only one who expects this.  

POTD: Finnish Brutality 2020

by Giorgio O in The Firearm Blog at 16:30, Saturday, 19 September

Our Photo Of The Day, today comes from Finland. We are looking at a few shots sent to TFB by a team that took part in the Finnish Brutality 2 Gun competition, organized by the Finnish military store Varusteleka. The Covid-19 pandemic affected the event, surely impacting international participation, but on August 22 and 23 […]

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14:55

Crowding

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 14:16, Saturday, 19 September

The area around Couer d'Alene and Sandpoint is looking increasingly attractive.  Housing is 60% of the Boise area prices, and some of these houses are in forests and on lakes or rivers.  Of course they get lots of snow.  Perhaps a Corvette convertible will not replace the Jaguar.

 But this is different now that Ginsburg has passed.

 

It looks like the old man threw the first punch, but the Antifa yelling, "You want to fight?" at that distance qualifies as assault.  Some of us old farts use firearms because we know what would be the result in the same situation.  Antifa would be laughing so hard as I threw a punch that I would have time to run. 

Oh, and "We are the workers."  And the 99.99% of Americans who are not (yet) burning down buildings are all capitalist exploiters?  I mean, I guess that I am, but I am atypical.

Did Trump Mock a Disabled Reporter?

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 13:46, Saturday, 19 September

 Another leftist belief.  The seemingly spastic  arm waving and speech appears at many of his rallies to make fun of people he thinks are poor speakers.  To assume that he was making fun of one reporter fails the silliness test:

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Is this sort of mocking polite?  No.  But it is not of a disabled reporter but of all sorts of people that Trump dislikes.

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10:55

What is IPSC & World Shoot Highlights

by JulieG in Blog – Julie Golob at 09:55, Saturday, 19 September

During COVID I’ve spent a little time on digital declutter and one of the major areas I needed to work on? Cleaning up the hard drive on my computer! I never got around to uploading match video from the World Shoot and seeing as how this year’s World Shoot has been rescheduled for 2021, I […]

Wherein I Realize I'm A Poor

by Tam in View From The Porch at 10:32, Saturday, 19 September

Checking out the prices of current night vision gear, I'm wondering if "WE LEASE THE NIGHT!" might not be a valid business model to pursue.#nightvision

— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) September 19, 2020

 A good ballistic helmet and NODs would be sweet, but that's just way too gucci for my income bracket.


Plus, that's only the start of a very expensive rabbit hole that leads to IR illuminators, taller optics mounts, and all kinds of other unforeseen expenses. "It's not the camera body that's the big expense, it's the sum total of all the lenses and accessories."


07:55

Quote of the day—Jaime Huffman

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 06:00, Saturday, 19 September

Rip RBG. Just when we thought 2020 couldn’t get more politically charged.

Jaime Huffman
September 18, 2020
Via text message.
[This is how I found out RBG died.

A few minutes later she also sent me a screen shot of Mitch McConnell’s statement on the passing of Justice Ginsburg. Here is the text (emphasis added):

The Senate and the nation mourn the sudden passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the conclusion of her extraordinary American life.

Justice Ginsburg overcame one personal challenge and professional barrier after another. She climbed from a modest Brooklyn upbringing to a seat on our nation’s highest court and into the pages of American history. Justice Ginsburg was thoroughly dedicated to the legal profession and to her 27 years of service on the Supreme Court. Her intelligence and determination earned her respect and admiration throughout the legal world, and indeed throughout the entire nation, which now grieves alongside her family, friends, and colleagues....

On the Passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

by Dave Markowitz in Blog O'Stuff at 07:23, Saturday, 19 September

Well, as if 2020 wasn't interesting enough, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died from pancreatic cancer yesterday, only 45 days before what is likely to be a hotly contested presidential election.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell issued a statement last night that whomever President Trump nominates to replace Ginsburg will get a confirmation vote on the Senate floor.

This is good, and I hope it happens before the election.

Unlike Obama when he nominated Merrick Garland for SCOTUS, Trump is not a lame duck president working with a Senate controlled by the opposing party. The Republicans were given control over both the presidency and the Senate by the people because the people preferred their vision. They should do their jobs to the best of their ability. That includes filling vacancies on the Federal bench, all the way up to the Supreme Court.

As for not politicizing her replacement, consider a few things:

RBG could easily have stepped down while Obama was president and allowed him to pick her successor. However, she was so confident that Hillary Clinton would win in 2016 that she stayed on the bench in the hopes that her seat would ...

You have to

by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 06:03, Saturday, 19 September

Sorry.  But. You have to replace RBG(rip) immediately.  Before the election.  We, the whole damn country, does not have the luxury to put it off to February or even December.

  1. First, it's 2020.  Black Swan year.
  2. The Dems are already saying not to concede.
  3. The process will be long and drawn out due to dubious vote by mail and ballot harvesting schemes coming down the pike already, possible extending things into December is this were a normal season.
  4. The Dems are already saying they will contest no matter what and are prepping an army of lawyers.  This is known.
  5. We already know from 2000 that at least part of all that will make its way to SCOTUS...

Rest In Peace, Jerome

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 04:57, Saturday, 19 September

 It's hard to know what to say about this man.  I net him very soon after meeting Belle.  He and his wife, Patricia, were Belle's best friends in the whole world.  The year before I met Belle, she, Jerome and Pat had toured Europe together.  They had worked together, played together and were long-time friends.


Jerome was a highly educated an, a native of Waco, TX, he held a PhD in education.  He spent the first part of his career working with mentally challenged and at-risk youth.. He retired from education as soon as he was able, and turned his energy to other pursuits.  He was an auctioneer, and had a deep love and appreciation for antiques.&n...

Then, They Came for the Shrunken Heads

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 07:29, Saturday, 19 September

The Pitt Rivers Museum is removing a popular exhibit precisely because it tells the truth about primitive people. Yahoo:

The University of Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum has removed a collection of shrunken heads on display over concerns that they “reinforced racist and stereotypical thinking.”

On Monday, the acclaimed museum shared in a statement that visitors will see a number of “contentious displays” removed from its exhibits when its doors reopen to the public on Sept. 22.

The museum — which is one of the leadi...


The London offices of the publisher of “In Defense of Looting.”

Dan Greenfield examines the revolutionary credentials of some of our loudest tricoteuses.

A hardcover copy of “In Defense of Looting” will run you 21 bucks at Amazon and 28 bucks at Barnes and Noble. That’s just how capitalism works for the distribution and sales of a product from one of the biggest publishing companies in the world that’s part of the Lagardère empire.

Why is the largest publishing company in France pushing what Publishers Weekly called, “a p...

Work Problem in Australia

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 06:42, Saturday, 19 September

Meanwhile in Australia. pic.twitter.com/RBAFFe09Vm

— John. (@JohnFloreani) September 16, 2020

HT: Ann Althouse via Bird Dog via Karen L. Myers.

Saturday Roundup of Link Roundups

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 07:27, Saturday, 19 September

Bacon Time!!!! – Wednesday Linkage Victory Girls: QAnon Fundraiser Hosts Get Dumped by Pence Hogewash: Biden Voters v. Trump Voters WUWT: Charleston SC Junk Climate Lawsuit Daley Gator has Your CCW News Update For Wednesday (09/16/20) It’s Official: Trump Unleashed A Middle-Class Boom That Benefited Women, Minorities Most – Issues & Insights Not that you’d […]

A Failure of the Victim-selection Process

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:19, Saturday, 19 September

And Arizona has not become New Jersey. Yuma police investigate both alleged break-in and gunfire Police say the man shot had gone to the house to find someone, and tried to open the front door. They say that’s when the resident opened fire. The injured individual ran away. A friend, who was waiting for him […]

Because Keeping Criminals In Jail is Unfair

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:59, Saturday, 19 September

The System was certainly unfair to the person he murdered. Homicide suspect in Seattle slaying was arrested and released more than 34 times Wednesday night, Seattle police were called to investigate a death that witnesses described as “horrific” at Cal Anderson Park. The suspect is believed to be local homeless notable Travis Berge, though this […]

The World We Made

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:39, Saturday, 19 September

I have mentioned Ruelle before. She is making a name for herself providing songs to TV shows and Movies that don’t quite have the budget for a big production score, custom-written and recorded. (Though that is cheaper than it used to be, given that you can use things like the Croatian National Orchestra for the […]

The CETME-L and the CETME-LC at the Range

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 06:27, Saturday, 19 September

Today I am out at the range to do some side-by-side shooting with the CETME-L and the CETME-LC. These are both MarColMar examples, in the original Spanish military configuration (ie, iron sights only). The LC model has a bit snappier recoil and more muzzle climb, which I suspect is due to the different recoil spring assembly it uses in order to accommodate a collapsing stock. The difference is small enough that it is not noticeable unless shooting both model side by side.

Still, the LC is my choice of the two. While is really doesn’t weigh significantly less than the full-size L model, I like the compactness and the better handling it gets as a result. Unfortunately, this comes at the cost of NFA registration.

03:55

And Ammo

by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 06:07, Saturday, 19 September

 Commenter 'Tim' mentioned that you should bring lots of ammo to the training class.

Well of course.  If they say the class runs through 500 rounds, total, in the 4 days it goes on, I'd have at least 600 rounds with me.  And probably a dozen magazine pre-loaded that I wouldn't count toward my personal total.

Though I question the value of high round count training classes.  Personally.  I just don't have the stamina for all that.  I think once fatigued out, unless you are training specifically for fatigue and how it affects your shooting, you aren't getting the learning bang for the buck.  And you might be reinforcing bad habits.

But a class that mentions a high round count does mean something positive.  Sounds like more time at the range and less time in the classroom.  Which is a good selling point for lots of shooting courses.  Unless you are learning first aid, or various law work wrt firearms and self-defense.

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00:55

Was Trump on the Lolita Express?

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 23:56, Friday, 18 September

 Another popular leftist belief.  I grabbed the first 10 articles on news.google.com with Trump and "Lolita Express" in them.  The first that mentions both (other than PR for the next offensive Borat movie), is.#2:

Bill Clinton

Obvious, but still needs to be stated. Bill Clinton was a very close friend of Epstein’s back in the day, constantly attending fundraisers and going on international trips with the mogul. None that we know of while he was president, but it’s still important to acknowledge the power and out of office president can still have. 

While he does appear on the Lolita Express logs, he ...

I Went Shooting Today

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 13:09, Saturday, 19 September

It is the first time I have shot my AR-15 since I moved to Idaho.  I also shot my Colt Mustang and Firestar to keep in practice, since those are my everyday carry weapons.   The stainless steel guide rod has improved the Mustang accuracy,  but remember it is a 2.75" barrel.  Still 5 of 6 on the 8.5" x11" target at 25 feet.  This is the only realistic distance for a very tiny .380.  


The Firestar did better, of course,  3.5" barrel 9mm.  But while cleaning both guns,  I misplaced the slide stop from the Firestar.  Not a spring; how far could it have gone?  Probably bounced under the car.

I have never spent much time with the AR-15 iron sights.  Going to HD lenses had made them much more practical.   I used the military 25m targets.  The battle zero for the AR-15 is 300 meters and 25 meters is at the same height as 300 meters.  I would like a little more practice but I think I have a everything pretty well zeroed.
 
Worst of all, I  was in such a hurry to reach the toilet that I neglected to get my spotting scope.&nbsp...

It seems to be conventional thinking on the left that Trump did not criticize racists because they are part of his base.


FactCheck.org, hardly conservative,  points out that he did and did so repeatedly.   https://www.factcheck.org/2020/02/trump-has-condemned-white-supremacists/

Friday, 18 September

21:55

Random thought of the day

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 19:17, Friday, 18 September

American cooking utilizes spices to add variety to the food.

Indian cooking utilizes food to add variety to the spices.

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www.ktvb.com

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died of metastatic pancreatic cancer at age 87, according to the U.S. Supreme Court

Appointed to the nation’s highest court in 1993 by former President Bill Clinton, Ginsburg was the oldest sitting member on the court. Despite a lengthy career on the court, she had never missed arguments until January 2019.

Help Wanted - Inquire Within

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:36, Saturday, 19 September

 She became known for her soft-spoken demeanor that masked an analytical mind, a deep concern for the rights of every American and a commitment to upholding the Constitution. [More]

That must explain why she dissented in Heller and McDonald.

Fletcher responds.

Who thinks any meaningful Republican pre-November replacement momentum will develop?

UPDATE: Herschel's thoughts...

UPDATE: We have us our first defector.  Some of us repeatedly warned against this snake and pre...

Movies IX - Zulu

by ASM826 in Borepatch at 19:51, Friday, 18 September

It's 1879. The British are the British Empire, in possession of a modern army, and they think themselves insurmountable, especially by native peoples armed with spears and cow hide shields. One of the British territories is South Africa and they are engaged in taking control. They instigate a fight with the Zulus on a pretext and then invade the Zulu territory with 16,000 troops. The British are armed with Martini-Henry breech loading single shot rifles, 7 pound artillery pieces, and an early kind of rocket propelled grenades. 

The Zulu impi are armed with assegai and cow hide shields. They are a culture of warriors. The Spartans would recognize the Zulu. With training starting at the age of six, every man trained to battle. In the century before the arrival of the British, the Zulu had centralized power and either overwhelmed or displaced neighboring tribes to become the dominant power in the southern tip of Africa.

The British split their forces, confident in their tactics and firepower. The details of this are available and interesting, but I am trying to get somewhere, so suffice it to say they are not one large unit when things get pear shaped. Lord Chelmsf...

It's Friday night,

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 19:37, Friday, 18 September

and a bit cooler than I'd like, but still pretty nice.  So go over the data when you're done enjoying the weather.

Unless you're in Californicated.  Then you probably need the distraction.









17:55

Oh, there has to be a better way…

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 10:50, Friday, 18 September

I was able to scrape out all the old thinset under the tiles I replaced on the kitchen/woodstove side of the Lair with scrapers and chisels. No fun, but doable. But what I mixed on the door side was somehow made of sterner stuff…


…as in a chisel barely touches it. If I hoped to finish scraping out the old thinset within the exhaustion range of a stiff old man, I had to do something I really didn’t want to do…

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Burn Loot Murder Establishes Autonomous Zone in Minneapolis

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 16:07, Friday, 18 September

Of course they did. Burn Loot Murder Declares “George Floyd Autonomous Zone” in Minneapolis and Begins Beating the Shit Out of Law-Abiding Citizens Trapped Within It Weird how Burn Loot Murder claims it’s against violence by police officers against those who resist lawful arrest, and then immediately starts beating people to death for not respecting […]

Friday Night Lights: Infrared Tracers

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 17:00, Friday, 18 September

We all know that tracers exist. They have pragmatic uses, especially when shooting full auto at night. When used responsibly they can be fun. However, tracers are really bright. They are like miniature flares. While they help you see where your rounds are impacting they have an opposite effect for those under fire. The recipients […]

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POTD: Enhanced KRISS Vector SDP

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 16:30, Friday, 18 September

Photo Of The Day – We take a look at the Enhanced KRISS Vector SDP. I had the opportunity to shoot it at the SHOT Show range day, but I have to admit that my memory is a bit faint since there was so much else going on at the same time in combination with […]

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SIG Sauer has released a six-part video series called "Empower the People".SIG Sauer is a worldwide leader in the design and production of firearms, and has been for many years. This is common knowledge. What is a bit less well-known is that SIG is also heavily involved in the training aspect of firearms, not just in manufacturing. They well understand that it isn’t good enough just […]

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13:55

A Hampden Democrat

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 13:03, Friday, 18 September


 Police looking for Maine woman who put dog feces in mailboxes, defaced political signs [More]

Somebody knows who owns that purple bike.

Let's hope the police don't find her.

At least until one of her victims smooshes one of her "deposits" in her face and then straps that mask on good and tight.

Are We Up to 'Enemy Action' Yet?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:50, Friday, 18 September

 Luis German Espinoza Acuna, age 17, is in custody after ambushing an Arizona State trooper Thursday morning in Phoenix. Authorities are searching for a second suspect in connection with the incident. [More]

And then there was L.A.

Where are we on the Goldfinger standard?


 When Joy does it, it's "an homage." [More]

And she really believes she was "beautiful"?

Good for Kim Klacik!

 

The suspect was described by police as a 17-20-year-old male wearing a tie-dye shirt, blue jeans, and white tennis shoes. [More]

Seems to me they described the suspect's clothes.


The Final Countdown

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:03, Friday, 18 September


 My last appearance (this week) on Armed American Radio's Daily Defense is this afternoon at 4 Eastern. Join in from the AAR website or via Facebook.

And here's yesterday's program ICYMI.

 The Media Learned Nothing From 2016 [More]

 Based on the deluded self-impressions I see here, it could just be the hardwiring precludes any performance upgrades.

[Via DDS]

Feel Safer Now?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:41, Friday, 18 September

 

36 Virginians barred from possessing guns since Va.'s new 'Red Flag' law began July 1 [More]

And they've just been left out there unrestrained...???

[Via Mack H]

Earning His Keep

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:36, Friday, 18 September

 Judge blocks “politically motivated” changes at USPS over concerns "voters will be disenfranchised" [More]

Well, yeah. Obama nominated him for a reason.

I wonder how many of the judges presiding in these lawsuits have Democrats to thank.

[Via Mack H]

 Woman holds supermarket stabbing suspect at gunpoint until cops arrive [More]

Every single "gun sense candidate" out there would prefer that she and others had also been stabbed to death. There's no getting around that.

Every single one of them.

[Via Michael G]


All in the Family

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:09, Friday, 18 September

 Andrea Campbell’s father went to prison, her twin brother died in jail, and now her other brother is facing a life sentence for serial rape. Andrea Campbell, who has “long been a champion of law enforcement reform and accountability,” last year endorsed Kamala Harris for president. [More]

So naturally, she allies herself with the Demanding Moms to make sure YOU'RE disarmed!

[Via Michael G]

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Not So Sweet Charity

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:01, Friday, 18 September

 A Black Lives Matter activist posted a video she took inside a CVS in Washington, D.C. after the store's manager called the police to report two alleged shoplifters. The woman berated the white CVS worker because she claimed he did not care about putting black lives in danger by calling the police. [More]

Why does the word "defenestration" come to mind?

[Via Michael G]

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Adaptive Curmudgeon Has a Story to Tell

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 12:33, Friday, 18 September

And AC tells a good story, even when it isn’t funny. Curmudgeon and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: Part 1 “I’m mildly sick.” “OMG, COVID… you’re doomed!” “It’s just bad air. I’ll be fine when the weather pattern changes.” “Eleventy billion cases have been detected, every biker that went to Sturgis is […]

Sellmark and their partners are conducting a charity auction to support Texas Game Wardens.Although you may not be too familiar with the Sellmark name itself, you are likely very familiar with some of the more customer-facing brands of which Sellmark is the parent company. Probably their best-known brand in the consumer market is Sightmark, a prolific manufacturer of inexpensive optics. If you are into the thermal/night vision game, […]

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10:55

Last weekend I primed 25 Magtech brass 12 gauge shotgun shells and on my lunch break today I finished loading them. The details:

  • Magtech 2.5" all brass hull
  • CCI Large Pistol Primer
  • 80 grains of 2Fg Goex black powder
  • 11 gauge nitro card (over powder card)
  • 11 gauge fiber cushion wad
  • Lubricated felt wad
  • 1 1/8 oz. of mixed No.7.5 shot
  • 10 gauge overshot card
  • Sealed with Duco cement




Magtech hulls require the use of oversized components because the case walls are thinner than 12 gauge plastic or paper hulls.

The felt wads...

Invest 90L

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 07:50, Friday, 18 September

 With an extremely active hurricane season, we keep an eye on developing storms, especially in the Gulf of Mexico.  There is currently one storm down there that is driving the models crazy.  Invest 90L is expected to become a tropical storm, but they really don't have much agreement in the models.



We're going to have to keep a weather eye o this thing.  They don't have a clue what it might do.

Survey SAYS...

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:36, Friday, 18 September

 

The Gun Feed Poll: How will the first time gun buyers affect the election? [More]

I'd like to see some numbers based on asking them.

Hell, if I were an FFL they'd have to get the answer right or I'd tell them to get the hell out of my store.


A New Hope

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:20, Friday, 18 September

 Asymmetrical Warfare and 4GW: How Militia Groups are America's Domestic Viet Cong [More]

Don't say that like it's a bad thing...

[Via bondmen]


A Good Motivator

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:14, Friday, 18 September

 MORE BAD NEWS FOR DEMOCRATS: Majority of Likely Voters Fear Current Lawlessness – Want New Laws to Protect Police — Including 84% of Black Voters [More]

Good on the first part, but let's be real careful what we're asking for.

[Via bondmen]

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 Wray Claims “White Supremacists” Make Up the Largest Share of Racially Motivated Terrorists in the US as BLM Burns Businesses to the Ground  [More]

The guy's a statist douche. What a surprise.

[Via bondmen]

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 Detroit Police Chief Unloads On Democrat Senator Who Called For Disarming ‘Every Police Department’: ‘Absolutely Ridiculous’ [More]

The "not" reflects that he thinks more citizens should be armed, including teachers.

[Via bondmen...

 Why the State Patrol repeatedly shut down I-5 for Seattle protests. [More]

Because it serves the purposes of those above their pay grade to encourage the mobs up to a point.

Don't worry -- the protests will go away when they succeed.

[Via bondmen]

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Good for Me But Not for Thee

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:34, Friday, 18 September

 VP hopeful Kamala Harris- who says she supports defunding police - is seen in Miami being protected by dozens of cops as well as a Secret Service agent carrying an assault rifle, a weapon she's vowed to ban [More]

And everybody's saying she's "anti-gun"!

[Via bondmen]

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Bad Apples

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:31, Friday, 18 September

 Washington Gov. Jay Inslee gives maggot-infested apples to wildfire victims [More]

So the guy in charge of executing the laws doesn't know them? And isn't there supposed to be a penalty of some kind for violating the quarantine?

Sounds like his crop could have used some alar...

[Via Michael G]

Life Imitates Art

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:20, Friday, 18 September

 This woman pretty much says it all. These people just want you dead. [More]

Hey, I remember this scene...

Told ya Trump was just an avatar.

[Via Michael G]

A Shred of Hope

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:11, Friday, 18 September

 Watch: College administrators shred Constitution for 'triggered student' - Agree founding document 'oppressive,' 'causes people pain' [More]

I'm thinking a shredder won't be big enough...


A Trip Down Memory Lane

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:02, Friday, 18 September

 Memo From Middle America: Seeing The South—Before America-Haters Tear The Monuments Down [More]

Monuments aren't all te enemy intends to tear down.


A PLEASING STORY

by Mas in at 10:11, Friday, 18 September

Gun writer Duane Thomas is one of my graduates and an old friend.&#...

NSSF®, the trade association for the firearm industry, is pleased to announce that Smith & Wesson has agreed to sponsor a “+ONE Concealed Carry” Gearbox Giveaway in support of 2020’s National Shooting Sports Monthâ and the #RangeChallenge Summer Shots Series. Smith & Wesson was founded in 1852 by Horace Smith & D.B. Wesson. From the beginning, […]

Morning Coffee and AVO Cigar

by David in Musings Over a Barrel at 07:59, Friday, 18 September

An early morning cigar is a rare treat. An early morning cigar, and a view like this is an even more special time. During a recent long weekend "escape" to a mountain farmhouse, I rose before the rest of the house, made a cup of coffee, and sat down to enjoy the view and watch (and listen to) the cows arrive in the fields.

Among the cigars packed for the trip was this AVO Unexpected Celebration. The Unexpected lineup consisted of four "new" releases that AVO shipped last year. As was later revealed, the cigars were actually a rebanding of existing blends. Celebration is a 6" x 54 Toro with an Ecuadoran wrapper and binder and filler tobaccos from the Dominican Republic. After rolling, the cigars were aged for six years before being released. As it was later deduced, the blend is actually a relabeled AVO XO. 

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FloridaMan does something right

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 07:58, Friday, 18 September

 You go, FloridaMan!

A group of anti-mask demonstrators marched through a Florida Target to Twisted Sister’s “We’re Not Gonna Take It,” encouraging others to liberate their faces by removing their masks.

The group reportedly marched through a Target in Ft. Lauderdale on Tuesday, encouraging shoppers around them to take off their masks as well

There's video, which is awesome.  And I love this:

“Breathe. Breathe. You’re Americans. Breathe,” one woman said as she mar...

USPS 'tracking'

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 07:09, Friday, 18 September

 "It only took three days for the item to reach the origin facility, and it's on time!"

Oh yeah, mail-in voting will be GREAT...

This. Is. CNN.

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 06:55, Friday, 18 September

A CNN journalist deleted his tweet and issued an apology after being called out for spreading coronavirus misinformation by critics including former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson.

That's the start, I'm just going to quote a couple of the responses he got:
Berenson slammed Feldscher for sharing such alarming numbers.

"Fact check: you can’t be this dumb," Berenson reacted. "Even if the herd immunity estimate of 60% is right (it’s wrong), this CNN doesn’t know the difference between reported cases and actual infections, which are 10x as high. So his estimate is off by a factor of at least 10x (likely much more)."
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Berenson commended Feldscher to taking ownership of his tweet but slammed his news organization for allowing "nonstop panic porn" throughout the pandemic.

"I'm glad he deleted the tweet. If only CNN could go back and delete the last six months of nonstop panic porn... But it's a start," Berenson told Fox News....

Antique Women’s Embroidered Pins

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 08:50, Friday, 18 September

The moth and fly embroideries are as elaborate and astonishing as the naturalistic trout fly imitations devised by the late Bill Blades. Cf. William Blades, Fishing Flies and Fly-Tying, 1951.

Friday Links

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 07:27, Friday, 18 September

Red State starts things off with Joe Biden May Have Just Had the Most Pathetic ‘Parade’ in Political History Political Hat – The Cowardly Propaganda Of Courageous Conversation Flopping Aces – Why is America on the Brink of Civil War? Gun Curious – Differences Between New and Long-Standing US Gun Owners by Wertz, et al. […]

RECOILtv: AR vs AK Underwater

by Forrest Cooper in Recoil at 07:39, Friday, 18 September

Ever watch your favorite action movies, and see a gun battle happen underwater? While we take our action movies with a realistic grain of salt, we asked ourselves here at RECOIL, “What would actually happen if we tried to do a mag dump underwater with two pla...

Perhaps most known from the Discovery Channel “Twin Turbos” series Brad DeBerti from Mooresville NC has invented an AR-Foam Cannon that will make washing vehicles fun again. Basically, DeBerti mixed an AR15 with a Renegade Products foam cannon. The end result may make water illegal or at least only available to people in limited quantities, and not […]

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Build Of The Week SeriesA little over two years ago, we started a little series called Build Of The Week. Many of you readers enthusiastically participated and we had a ton of submissions. Enough that we turned it into a contest with a chance to win real prizes – culminating in the giveaway of a rifle to Jim R […]

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Firearms school KR Training and preparedness author Paul T. Martin have teamed up for a virtual preparedness conference.One of the few positives to come out of the dumpster fire year that has been 2020 is the fact that the last six months have started opening more peoples’ eyes. Whether due to pandemic panic, supply chain interruptions and goods shortages, or civil unrest, more Americans than ever are coming to realize that firearms […]

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New Book - The PIAT Britain's Anti-Tank Weapon Of World War II (11)A new Osprey Publishing book titled “The PIAT: Britain’s Anti-Tank Weapon Of World War II” written by none other than TFB’s own Matthew Moss has been published recently. As the title implies, the book tells about the history and design of PIAT (Projector, Infantry, Anti-Tank), an iconic British WW2 anti-tank weapon. Developed in a secret […]

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Quote of the day—David Harsanyi

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

It’s … authoritarian looking to a lot of people when you say “I’m going to come to your house and take your gun.” 

David Harsanyi
Senior Writer, National Review
September 14, 2020
Confessions of a New Gun Owner (video starting at 4:08).
[Via email from Paul K.

It’s more than “authoritarian looking”. It’s authoritarian.—Joe]

Ooo, I saw 10 things and didn't click over just yet.  I wanted to see how many I could guess.

Lessee.  A good attitude and a willingness to learn.

A spare gun.  Breakages happen and like to happen during gun class.

Lots of mags, preloaded, and a mag loader so make reloading those mags as easy as possible.  Ammo for same, of course.

A hat.  To protect from the sun and shade your eyes.  

A good appropriate holster and a GOOD belt.

Drinking water.

That's six.  Lessee how I did...


The article had more clothing recommendations.  Like footwear.  Expanded on the belt.  And ear and eye pro and a range bag.




Pass the Eye Bleach?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 11:15, Friday, 18 September

 How's this for a cheeky piece of art? Volunteers have stripped naked, apart from their face masks, in Spencer Tunick's socially distanced art installation at Alexandra Palace. [More]

It always seems to be the wrong people taking their clothes off, doesn't it?

Nice to see what's considered "essential." So we've determined that breathing is dangerous but farting and queefing pose no COVID transmission threat? 

Time was, being nude and disarmed was not left to choice.

This lot is doing their utmost to enable the return of such times. I can see how a fundamentalist "refugee" would have nothing but contempt.

UPDATE: Looks like they're going to need to start having nude funerals just to stay legal and keep the snitches at bay.

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Speaking of Comparisons...

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

President Trump’s proposed ‘national commission to promote patriotic education’ draws comparisons to the Nazi Party’s Hitler Youth organization [More]

Comparisons by whom? Communists?

Counting on short memories, eh?


Weekend Knowledge Dump- September 18, 2020

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 03:54, Friday, 18 September

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

 

The New Rules of Engagement

If you only consume one piece of content from this post, make it this one.  In Michael Bane’s podcast, he di...

Politics and Death

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:18, Friday, 18 September

Or when do “activists” dance in the blood of the dead, and when do they not? When Do Black Lives Matter, and Why? The story of 2017 incident that took the lives of 5 black teenagers. Why did you never hear of it? Unless you live in Michigan, you almost certainly never heard of the […]

Self-defense in The Windy City?

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:19, Friday, 18 September

Stranger things have happened. Woman claiming self-defense released from custody in fatal Park Manor stabbing. A woman was released from police custody after citing self-defense in the fatal stabbing of a 42-year-old man during a domestic argument Sunday on the South Side. After being choked and fearing for her life, the woman went to the […]

What Was I Saying About Chicago Corruption?

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:59, Friday, 18 September

Don’t make no waves. Don’t back no losers. (Lessons from the Original Daley.) Payback: Judge who ordered Smollett special prosecutor NOT endorsed for re-election by county Democrats The judge who appointed a special prosecutor to investigate the Jussie Smollett matter, including what role State’s Attorney Kim Foxx played in the case, will not be recommended […]

Jihad in Germany

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:39, Friday, 18 September

Are we surprised? Knife Jihad in Stolberg Yesterday, [Monday] in the German town of Stolberg, a young man was pulled from his car and stabbed by an unknown assailant who shouted “Allahu Akhbar!” Police are baffled as to a motive, and are looking into it. Driver stabbed in German town, police probe motive. They aren’t […]

CETME LC: Last of the Roller-Delayed Carbines

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

The Spanish adopted the 5.56mm CETME-L rifle in the mid 1980s, although they only used it until the late 1990s, when it was replaced by the G36. One of the sub variants made was the LC (“Corto”) shortened version with a 12.6″ (320mm) barrel and collapsing stock. This adaptation actually required substantial changes to the internals parts of the gun, as the standard CETME-L rifle has its recoil spring housed in the buttstock – something that obviously cannot be done with a collapsing stock design. Thus, the LC model has a different bolt carrier, recoil spring, stock, and charging handle than the regular rifle.

This example is a Marcolmar production one, registered as a short-barreled rifle.

Gunwerks Lite SabR (1)The Skunwerks custom firearms division of Gunwerks built a pretty interesting bolt-action rifle which they named Lite SabR. This rifle is chambered in .338 Ruger Compact Magnum (.338 RCM), has an integrally suppressed barrel and extensively utilizes light materials such as carbon fiber, titanium and magnesium. The result is an extremely lightweight yet potent, hard-hitting rig. […]

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New US-Made SIG P210 vs. Original Swiss P210 + Full Review

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Friday, 18 September

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves explores the SIG P210. James has a review copy of the SIG P210 Standard model, which is the new, all-stainless steel version made in the United States. Most P210 fans are well acquainted with and very fond of the carbon steel classic Swiss SIG P210, a hand-fitted masterwork. […]

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The International Game Fish Association (IGFA) recently released a new video that outlines the entire process of submitting an IGFA World Record. The video is available here on the IGFA’s YouTube Channel

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Need an Article Idea

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 20:02, Thursday, 17 September

AFF's editor is pinging me for article ideas.  I have been a bit busy, so I cannot immediately think of an article to write.  It needs to be something that is relevant to current gun rights public policy

There are several methods of performing a numerology calculation but the Pythagorean is the most common. The premise of this calculation, simply put, is to add numbers until you come to a single digit.

The basic premise of the calculation is quite simple, however there are many patterns and cycles that have to be taken into account when calculating a complete analysis. The core analysis is the base for the complete evaluation and consists of five individual numbers that are calculated based on name and date of birth. These five numbers are called elements and outline the overall personality traits and qualities that a person might possess.

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18:55

When In Doubt, Lie

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 18:39, Thursday, 17 September

 9/16/20 Fox channel 17:

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — The coronavirus cases on lower Broadway may have been so low that the mayor’s office and the Metro Health Department decided to keep it secret.

Emails between the mayor’s senior advisor and the health department reveal only a partial picture. But what they reveal is disturbing.

The discussion involves the low number of coronavirus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and how to handle that.

And most disturbingly, how to keep it from the public.

If bars and restaurants are not mass spreaders, why are churches?

Twitter: For Whom Do They Work?

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 18:33, Thursday, 17 September

 Yesterday, I pointed to a tweet about making caltrops from stolen rebar, which Twitter left up.  9/16/20 New York Post:

Twitter has suspended the account of a Chinese virologist who has claimed that COVID-19 was manufactured in a laboratory.

Dr. Li-Meng Yan, a former researcher at the Hong Kong School of Public Health, went dark on the platform after she accused China of covering up evidence that the deadly virus came from a lab in Wuhan.

“They don’t want the people to know this truth. Also, that’s why I got suspended, I got suppression [and] I am the target that China Communist Part wants to [sic] disappear,” she told Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Tuesday.

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There’s an overall word for that and I have spent fifteen minutes or more trying to remember what it is. Annoying.

Anyway – A few weeks ago I had to put on my Joel the Sexton hat after burying Laddy, to make the pedestal for his headstone.

Talked to Landlady over the weekend about the precise wording, and in the course of that conversation she asked me to make a couple more pedestals while I was refreshed on the technique. So Monday I brought home some concrete, and yesterday and today I did exactly that.

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Vote for OUR GUY!

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 12:38, Tuesday, 15 September

Most important election EVER!!!

(Annoyed Grunt…)

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 08:51, Tuesday, 15 September


What’s wrong with this picture?

I was bashing through the wash yesterday, in a bit of a hurry because I was late to meet with D&L for the Monday morning water run, when the rattletrap the 19-year-old Jeep has become suddenly got quite a lot louder.

And then I was later still as I did some off-road surgery to take the rear window off before it fell off. Knowing I had to haul some heavy stuff back to the Lair later, I left the window on the bank of the wash till I returned. Danger of it being stolen in the interim: Approximately zero....

Forgotten Weapons, the Zip 22

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 17:35, Thursday, 17 September

I've been watching Ian for several years, and I've never heard him describe a firearm in quite so desultory terms.  Evidently, this thing deserves everything he calls it.

I can see now why he calls it a horrible pistol.  Next, shooting it.  Or trying to shoot it.

I Lol'd, I did.

Whose Lives Matter?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 15:26, Thursday, 17 September

 Two Campaign Staffers For Ilhan Omar’s GOP Challenger Shot In Minneapolis, Suspect Arrested [More]

Funny: Anybody see a word of sympathy or condemnation?


 Now that every police encounter that results in any sort of injury to a Black or Latino suspect that’s resisting arrest immediately becomes national news, leading to protests and potential criminal charges against the cops, we’re seeing police “standing down” to avoid a violent confrontation. [More]

Jump on the Pander Express and give those community heroes of the Aurora PD a raise!

Right, Rep. Hawley?

[Via Roger J]

The Buck Stops Where?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 15:09, Thursday, 17 September

 ‘Absolutely delicious’: Princeton president wrote that racism is ’embedded’ at the university, so the Dept. of Education will investigate (and HELLO BACKFIRE!) [More]

I thought the captain of a ship was ultimately held responsible for its "systemic" failures...?

[Via Michael G]

 Court Sides With Pennsylvania Democrats, Mail-In Ballots To Be Counted 3 Days After Election Day [More]

What does the law say?

I know, expecting separation of powers to mean what it says...

Sorry, stupid question.

[Via Michael G]

A Blue Funk

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 15:37, Thursday, 17 September

 Cook Political Report moves Arizona to 'lean Democrat' in Biden-Trump race [More]

What, the state that gave us "conservatives" McCain and Flake...?

"It has long been predicted that Arizona’s political fate lies with a growing Hispanic population, which is about twice as likely to identify as Democratic than Republican in the state"?


About that range day,

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 16:13, Thursday, 17 September

 One of the things shot was the .40-65 that has been mentioned before.  We'd worked up a load of a 400-grain bullet, .060 wad, and 57 grains of 2f Goex black powder fired by a Federal Large Rifle Magnum primer.  Generally shot pretty good.

Then, just as a 'give it a try', loaded some with 58.0 grains in Winchester cases.  And damn.

Eight rounds.  five damn near making one big hole, one about an inch outside,...

Tesla Autopilot in the News

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 17:29, Thursday, 17 September

This what happens when it is marketed as “Autopilot.” Tesla driver found asleep at wheel of self-driving car doing 150km/h “The car appeared to be self-driving, traveling over 140km/h, with both front seats completely reclined and both occupants appearing to be asleep,” the RCMP said in a statement. Charges include dangerous driving.

Handgun Showdown – Top 4 Glock Alternatives

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

There’s no denying, the Glock 19 is one of the most popular handguns among people carrying concealed on a daily basis. When it comes to comparing various guns, the Glock 19 is the gold standard for capacity, weight, functionality and ease of use. Over the last few decades, Glock has built a reputation of being […]

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POTD: Oberland Arms OA-15 Super Light Rifle

by Eric B in The Firearm Blog at 16:30, Thursday, 17 September

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Concealed Carry Corner: Real-World Stress Training

by Matt E in The Firearm Blog at 16:00, Thursday, 17 September

Last week, I talked about the importance of one-handed shooting and practicing with both your support and dominant hand. There were a few great debates in the comment section and I loved how you guys digested that. I went to the range early Saturday morning with three close friends who are all experienced shooters and […]

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Enchiladas

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 13:39, Thursday, 17 September

 Grandson and I were talking about it yesterday, and decided that it had been a while since I made enchiladas.  Fair enough.  Today, I made two pans, one with red sauce and one with green sauce.


These aren't your standard, store-bought enchiladas.  Good sauce, good cheese, good beef.

HAHAHAHAHAHA!

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 13:27, Thursday, 17 September

 Department of Education is investigating Princeton University for Civil Rights violations:

The Department of Education has informed Princeton University that it is under investigation following the school president's declaration that racism was "embedded" in the institution.

President Christopher L. Eisgruber ...

 and the morons involved should be clubbed like a baby seal

Meanwhile, in multi-culti Sweden,

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 12:24, Thursday, 17 September

  • "The police must ensure that the criminals are arrested and can be prosecuted. The criminals need to disappear from our streets and squares so that no more ruthless crimes are committed... We work intensively, around the clock, despite this, the severe violence continues." — Sweden's National Police Chief Anders Thornberg, August 29, 2020.
  • Gothenburg's Ali Khan clan has been reported to the police more than 200 times but the police had to close almost all cases because the gang threatens the victims and witnesses to stay silent.
  • From Fox17:

    The coronavirus cases on lower Broadway may have been so low that the mayor’s office and the Metro Health Department decided to keep it secret.

    Emails between the mayor’s senior advisor and the health department reveal only a partial picture. But what they reveal is disturbing.

    The discussion involves the low number of coronavirus cases emerging from bars and restaurants and how to handle that.

    And most disturbingly, how to keep it from the public.

    Hey, how can you convince people you're saving them(while destroying businesses and lives) if they know the truth?

     

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    SIG Sauer Introduces “X-Change Kit” for P365 Pistols

    by Will P in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Thursday, 17 September

    SIG Sauer has introduced an X-Change kit to convert your P365 into a P365XL.When SIG Sauer released the original P365, it quickly became a hit. It made TFB’s “Prancer’s Perfect Pistols” list for Christmas 2018, it earned Reader’s Choice honors in 2019, it was listed as a “Best Summer Carry Gun”, and James “Sky’s Out Thighs Out” Reeves declared it a game-changer in his “Guns of the Decade” […]

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    Revolutionary Times

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:30, Thursday, 17 September

    I need to find time to watch this soon. Especially in light of this.

    [Via Matthew L]

    The Company They Keep

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:24, Thursday, 17 September

     Here's a Look at Some of the Thugs Kamala Harris and Biden Staff Helped Bail Out [More]

    "Go with our blessings."

    [Via Michael G]


    The Best Laid Schemes

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:19, Thursday, 17 September

     

    What happens if the US election is contested? [More]

    This is the Kumbaya version.


    An Act of War

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:13, Thursday, 17 September

    I intuitively believe there have been several acts of war committed over the years that our government felt the need to suppress the truth about.

    [Via Jess]

     College President, Students Promote GoFundMe for Sorority Girl Facing Charges of Arson, Rioting in Lancaster [More]

    And the "progressive white privilege" continues.

    [Via Henry Bowman]


    One More Time!

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:47, Thursday, 17 September

     


    Misgivings of some notwithstanding, Mark Walters asked me back again today on Armed American Radio's Daily Defense. It's on at 4 Eastern and you can listen in via the station list or live streaming linked at the AAR website, or join in and chat on Facebook.

    Here's yesterday's program, archived for the future...

     The Hawai'i Federal District Court has issued an opinion in Teter v. Connors that guts the Second Amendment. The opinion holds that even if butterfly or "balisong" knives are protected by the Second Amendment of the Constitution, a state law banning any possession, manufacture or transport of such knives is constitutionally valid. [More]

    This is just in-your-face, and the Ninth hardly fills the heart with hope. Neither does SCOTUS, for that matter, with its inclination to let Intolerable Acts stand simply by doing nothing. It doesn't matter how well-argued and logical a case is, those in "authority" bent on tyranny are not going to relent until there is a credible "or else" attached to a demand to back off.


    Happy birthday, younger feral son Qusay!

    Oh, yeah, and it's also this.

    Don't tell Google-- they're too busy commemorating the indoctrinators.


    Two Wolves and a Sheep

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:15, Thursday, 17 September

     The Founding Fathers drafted a genius system to give the majority the power it rightly demands while seeking to protect the rights of those with far less political heft. [More]

    That's not good enough for totalitarians, who by definition want it all.

    [Via Michael G]


     But the Times refused to print my letter to the editor. [More]

    That's because they're the Duranty half of "DSM"...

    [Via Michael G]


    Behind Enemy Lines

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:44, Thursday, 17 September

     Conservative activist Lauren Witzke wins GOP Senate primary in Delaware [More]

    Looks pretty good to me...

    She's taking on an avowed enemy

    From within enemy territory.

    [Via Mack H]



    The New Reality

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:08, Thursday, 17 September

     You behave according to traditional Western and Biblical jurisprudence, and then the unthinkable happens. You’ve been baited into a response.  Every action has been videoed.  A prosecutor charges you with some crime, or even decides not to. [More]

    The lawless use the law against us. What they don't seem to realize is those laws protect them from us, too.

    If self-preservation requires the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God to take precedence, you might want to think about ways of not getting caught.

    One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:42, Thursday, 17 September


    McConnell, the senior Senator from Kentucky, has long been a supporter of our Second Amendment rights. [More]

    Who cares if his immigration actions work to longterm undermine them?

    I'm considering the source.

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    Follow the Money

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:52, Thursday, 17 September

     The point person for the Fight Back Table, a coalition of liberal organizations planning for a "post-Election Day political apocalypse scenario," leads a progressive coalition that is part of a massive liberal dark money network.  [More]

    So is anyone building a RICO case?

    [Via Michael G]

    We're the Only Ones Justifying Enough

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:47, Thursday, 17 September

     PATHETIC: Milwaukee Police Release Statement Attempting to Justify Their Arrest of Armed Trump Supporter Defending His Home From Violent Mob of BLM Thugs [More]

    And note the intoxication standard-- using that, if you have the minimum amount needed to preclude driving and then are forced to defend yourself, you're the criminal.

    [Via bondmen]

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    And Guess Who Pays

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:20, Thursday, 17 September

     Riots, Looting That Followed George Floyd’s Death Could Cost $2 Billion, Most Expensive Incident In Insurance History [More]

    Obviously, they're not talking natural disasters, but rather, deliberate acts.

    Tax slaves should demand reparations.

    [Via Mack H]


    Taliban v. Buddha 2.0

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:11, Thursday, 17 September

    HELLISH DESTRUCTION Shock pics show how vandals DECAPITATED historic statue of Jesus on church altar [More]

    So they want more than Confederate monuments...? And having been given Democrat political blessings to destroy those they're emboldened to demand more...?

    Just like circling jackals thrown a scrap of flesh...?


    Sounds of Silence

    by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:43, Thursday, 17 September

     

    A shooting that Shannon Watts ignored (maybe because the victims were Republican staffers?) [More]

    Having a painfully silent double standard is the norm.

    [Via bondmen]

    ...

    *1990*
    SCIENTIST. “I can send men 30 years into the future! But—“
    GENERAL. *hits button*
    *zot*
    CHRONONAUT. “Amidst pandemic & unending natural disasters, President Donald Trump, creator of Space Force, brings Middle East peace—“
    S. *gunshot*
    S. “see? they always come back insane”

    — David Hines (@hradzka) September 11, 2020

     

    Quote of the Day, blogging edition

    by Borepatch in Borepatch at 10:49, Thursday, 17 September

     It's been a while since Tam has gotten QotD, but this is classic:

    What kind of loser still writes a blog in 2020, anyway?

    Made me laugh out loud, that did.  This one, too.

    Trivia time!

    by Borepatch in Borepatch at 09:11, Thursday, 17 September

     Here are some music trivia questions that really surprised me.  Answers in the comments.


    1. Which artist/group had the most Billboard 200 #1 albums in a single year (extra credit: what year was it?)?

    2. Which artist/group had the most albums in the Billboard 200 Top 10 simultaneously?  Who were #2 and #3 on this list?

    3. Which album spent the most number of weeks at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart?

    Like all good trivia, these are obscure and unexpected (at least they were to me).

    Another Update, 09/17

    by Drang in The Clue Meter at 09:09, Thursday, 17 September

     SO, now that we're sharing our smoke with the rest of the country...

    ...here's what it looks like in front of Schloss Drang right now:

    ©2020, D.W.Drang & The CluemeterSo we thought it was going to clear by today. Turns out that what rain we got is not at high enough altitudes to do the trick, and more importantly, was not accompanied by winds strong enough to do it.

    Despite that nearly "zero-zero" visibility at sur...

    Politicians Lie About How COVID-19 is Spreading

    by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 09:17, Thursday, 17 September

    Because they lie about everything. COVID-19 emails from Nashville mayor’s office show disturbing revelation. It would apparently be a problem for the Nashville mayor if the public discovered that COVID-19 really wasn’t coming from bars and restaurants. Emails between the mayor’s senior advisor and the health department reveal only a partial picture. But what they […]

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    Davidson’s Adds Hoppe’s To Its Product Catalogue

    by Will P in The Firearm Blog at 08:00, Thursday, 17 September

    Davidson's has added Hoppe's to the many brands they carry and distribute.Hoppe’s No. 9 – if you’re a firearms enthusiast, you almost certainly know it and love it. That familiar, pungent, acrid aroma is so ubiquitous in the gun world that you can even get candles and air fresheners scented like the classic 117-year-old cleaning concoction. It’s been one of the most popular firearms maintenance products […]

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    Quote of the day—Larry Correia

    by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 06:00, Thursday, 17 September

    You guys know why Europeans have such ridiculous ideas about what America is like? It’s because we don’t have an American news media. We have a New York City news media, with some affiliates in LA and DC.

    The people who present our image to the world are the most vapid, sheltered, narcissistic, pseudo-intellectual, snoots in the entire country. They seldom venture outside of their neighborhoods and their entire understanding of the rest of their nation is nothing but a big bag or stereotypes and projected neuroses.

    Of course other countries have dumb ideas about what America is like. The Americans telling them about America don’t know what America is like either.

    Larry Correia
    September 15, 2020
    Posted on Facebook
    [Another contributing factor is that, at least from my personal observation, those who picked a career in journalism are far from the sharpest kni...

    Cosmic Jokes

    by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 05:43, Thursday, 17 September

    The utter and absolute absurdity of Governor Eric Holcomb ceding his responsibility to the citizens of the State of Indiana (apparently his brain and testicles went also) to an unelected gynecologist named Box just proves that we are trapped in a Cosmic Nightmare/Joke.  

    It seems that in return for his soul, he received in return an unending supply of sports metaphors and long-sleeved tee shirts that stick out six inches past the cuffs on his sports jackets.

    A benevolent dictator is still a dictator.

    “Of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive. It would be better to live under robber barons than under omnipotent moral busybodies. The robber baron's cruelty may sometimes sleep, his cupidity may at some point be satiated; but those who torment us for our own good will torment us without end for they do so with the approval of their own conscience. They may be more likely to go to Heaven yet at ...

    Free Books- Part 212

    by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 04:21, Thursday, 17 September

    Amazon has a tremendous number of FREE ebooks on their website.  You can find thousands of free kindle books on Amazon’s site every day.  These books can be downloaded to a Kindle reader or a free App on your phone or personal computer.  Even if you don’t have a Kindle, you can download a free Kindle reader for your computer or phone HERE.  

     

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

     

    One caution….

     

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

     

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

     

    ...

    Disappointing, actually...

    by Tam in View From The Porch at 06:19, Thursday, 17 September

     Just as a data point, dude running a G48 with Shield Arms 15-round mags in last weekend's Rangemaster Instructor Development class was having constant problems with them. Tom mentioned he hadn't seem them running well in a class yet, to his knowledge. 


     I don't mean to get off on a rant, here, but the 48 runs fine with factory 10-rounders, and Glock also makes a 4" gun that runs like a top with 15-round mags and has been more or less the industry standard for a reason. 

     "But have you tried...?" Hey, if I wanted to maybe have to dick around with a gun to make it run reliably, I'd buy a Kimber. I thought the whole point of a Glock was to pull a soulless piece of combat tupperware out of the box and get to blasting with no more preparation than stuffing rounds in the magazines?

    Messing around with sights or trigger shoes is one thing, adding a magwell or a Gadget or a backstrap plug doesn't affect reliability, but magazines? I have yet to run across an aftermarket Glock magazine I'd entirely trust for carry. Maybe Magpul, but only if I absolutely had to, and I'm having a hard time e...

    [Ed: I found this Wall Street Journal article by William McGurn very telling, but didn’t post it due to the pay wall. Fortunately, DRGO has Bearing Arms‘ permission to repost some of their articles, and this is the first, by Tom Knighton September 16. Thank you to Cam Edwards and Tom Knighton!] . There are […]

    The Media Lies Again

    by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 07:34, Thursday, 17 September

    Because if they didn’t Lie, they wouldn’t know what to do… I’m 100% positive I was in Arizona on Monday supporting @realDonaldTrump with #LatinosForTrump despite @CBS claiming I was at a @JoeBiden rally in Florida. 👉🏻#FakeNewsMedia👈🏻 pic.twitter.com/T6DogWY0JT — Jonathan T Gilliam (@JGilliam_SEAL) September 16, 2020 And if you look closely at the photo, you will […]

    Chicago Corruption

    by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:39, Thursday, 17 September

    Explained in passing. Da Tech Guy – Update on the continuing Illinois Exodus Since 1973 over thirty members of Chicago City Council have been sentenced to prison. At one time he was the city’s most powerful alderman, but now Ed Burke is under indictment for allegedly shaking down a fast food franchisee. Do you want […]

    Husband Executed In Front of Pregnant Wife

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

    And the Democrats want less police protection. Officials: 3 dead, 3 wounded in violent rampage in Tennessee A gunman killed two people and wounded three others in a series of shootings and carjackings that ended with a high-speed chase as he fled police. He ultimately wrecked the car he stole and killed himself, while his […]

    Self-defense Is Legal In Montana

    by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:19, Thursday, 17 September

    He had a chance to walk away; he didn’t take it. Billings man killed near trailhead was shot in self-defense, Carbon County says; No charges expected. That it took from April until September for the DA to decide that he couldn’t win this case, seems extreme, but then DA’s hate self-defense almost as much as […]

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    NEW Lyman AR Reloading Handbook, 2nd Edition

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

    Lyman AR Reloading Handbook - Second Edition (1)Lyman has announced that the second edition of their AR Reloading Handbook is now available. Compared to the first book, the 2nd edition Lyman AR Reloading Handbook has an expanded cartridge list that includes the latest AR cartridges such as .224 Valkyrie, .22 Nosler, .24 Nosler, and .350 Legend, as well as updated data on […]

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    Trijicon Fires Back Re: Lawsuit Settlement with Holosun

    by Will P in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Thursday, 17 September

    Trijicon has issued their own statement about the settled patent infringement lawsuit against Holosun.If you’re a regular TFB reader, you will likely already be aware of the lawsuit that Trijicon filed against Holosun earlier this year. In short, the lawsuit alleged that Holosun infringed on Trijicon’s “Optical Sight” patent, #US8443541B2. You will likely also know that the suit has already been settled and that Holosun recently released a […]

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    Toy Guns

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

     With all the remote Zoom school learning going on, teachers are seeing Toys in kids' rooms.  Some of those are toy guns.  Then the teacher snitches that kid out to the cops, the cops bang on the door and scare the family, and the kids gets suspended.

    This is evil.  For shame. 

    They are toys. 

    My parents were anti-gun-ish.  But not like other relatives that wouldn't let their kids play with even a stick that they pretended was a gun.  My parents knew a toy gun was harmless.  And my teachers back then knew that too. 

    A toy gun is not a threat to shoot up the school.  Hell, a REAL gun isn't either in 99.999% of the cases.  For the sake of all that is holy won't someone please act like an adult in these sorts of situations?...

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