Wednesday, 01 February

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Tom Lehrer - So Long Mom (A Song For WWIII)

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 13:47, Wednesday, 01 February

Seemingly everything old is new again.  Apocalypse Nostalgia, anyone? 


Prep Time, with Justin Dyal

by SLG in pistol-training.com at 14:27, Wednesday, 01 February

One of my favorite trigger control drills is Prep Time. Justin came up with this some time ago, and though I have done similar types of drills in the past, this one is neater and more polished. I have been using it in my own practice for some time now, and it has become a […]

Illinois Appeals Court Lets Gun Ban Restraining Order Stand

by Dave Workman in Liberty Park Press at 15:41, Wednesday, 01 February

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Speer Ammunition Awarded 20 Million Round French Police Contract

by David Lane in Recoil at 13:14, Wednesday, 01 February

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Speer Ammunition Awarded Duty Ammunition Contract For French PoliceDespite the jokes, the French have an incredibly storied history in the use of firearms. They’ve been involved in over 100 wars and conflicts around the globe, in which firearms were used. Domestically, their GIGN (Groupe d’intervention de la Gendarmerie nationale) counter-terrorism unit is one of the most elite in the world. All of those […]

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Thyrm VariArc-VS: Adjustable Helmet Velcro Light Mount

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 13:00, Wednesday, 01 February

Thyrm is known for their battery holders as well as their flashlight rings and pocket clips. They made an ARC rail-compatible VariArc for mounting lights on your helmet. Well, now they have a new version called the VariArc-VS which allows you to attach a light to Velcro on your helmet. Helmet Accessories @ TFB: Friday […]

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Still Winter Storm

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 12:18, Wednesday, 01 February

 On this first day of February, I got out early as I normally do on the 1st.  I took a non-driving buddy to do his banking and some shopping.  The weather is miserable, rainy, drizzly, with temps in the 30s.  According to the weather-weenies, it will remain so all day long.  Thankfully, no ice in the forecast and this morning the roads were wet, but passable.

Watching weather videos, I feel sorry for my friends in central Texas.  I hope y'all stay warm and safe.  Likewise my buddies in Arkansas.

While running errands this morning, my friend wanted to stop by the smoke shop. While there I noticed a bottle of whiskey I have been wanting to try.  Redbreast 12.

Mauser Introduces M18 Bolt-Action Rifle in Camo Patterns

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Wednesday, 01 February

Mauser Introduces M18 Bolt-Action Rifle in Camo PatternsMauser have announced the expansion of their M18 bolt-action rifle line with two new stock colorways featuring two distinctive camouflage patterns. Building on the Savanna Tan version introduced last year, the new rifles will have U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) and Fred Bear Old School Camo stocks. Mauser @ TFB: Mauser 18 LR Chassis Bolt-Action Rifle TFBTV: […]

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AK Magazine Adapter For Ruger American Ranch Rifles

by Doug E in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Wednesday, 01 February

AK Magazine Adapter For Ruger American Ranch RiflesThe Ruger American Rifle series has become a popular, affordable line of rifles that include the Ruger American Ranch Rifle, one of which comes chambered for 7.62x39mm. For the American Ranch, Ruger opted to incorporate their own magazine design from the Ruger Mini-30, also chambered for 7.62×39. However, the 7.62×39 cartridge is most synonymous with […]

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Quote of the day—George Skelton

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 09:00, Wednesday, 01 February

It is very rare that anything monumental gets done in America’s political system without strong public support. That’s certainly the case with gun control.

The emphasis here is on strong support.

What we need to attain that is a hefty gun safety TV ad campaign.

Polls have consistently shown that the vast majority of citizens support gun control — but not strongly enough to force meaningful bills through Congress, such as requiring universal background checks and banning assault weapons, particularly their high-capacity magazines.

It’s not at the top of voters’ priority lists — and hardly thought about between mass killings at schools, churches, bars and dance halls.

That’s not true, however, of hardcore gun addicts. They’re single-issue voters whose candidate choices often depend solely on a politician’s uncompromising allegiance to unrestricted gun rights. That enables them and the gun lobby to wield extraordinary influence over members of Congress, especially Republicans...

Hooray for the daylight!

by Tam in View From The Porch at 09:07, Wednesday, 01 February


Sunrise before eight AM and sunset after six PM is a huge mood lifter for me. While a bit of sunshine is a big help, too, it's supposed to be cloudy tomorrow. This is good, since it means Indiana's prognosticatin' rodent, Hope, probably won't see her shadow....

MY. SIDES.

by Tam in View From The Porch at 06:56, Wednesday, 01 February

Jimmy Kimmel’s interview with MyPillow Mike Lindell from inside an arcade claw machine… pic.twitter.com/V9pbW20DGF

— Jimmy Kimmel Live (@JimmyKimmelLive) February 1, 2023

WriterDojo S4 Ep4: Monsters (Round 1)

by Jack Wylder in Monster Hunter Nation at 09:28, Wednesday, 01 February

This  week hosts/Authors Steve Diamond and Larry Correia discuss one of their favorite topics- Monsters.
What makes a monster effective? Is it better to show them up front, or cloak them in mystery? And just what IS the  deal with the Humboldt Folk in MHI, anyway? Find out all this and more  on this week’s exciting episode!

If you would like to join the ranks of our supporters, you can support  this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes at: https://anchor.fm/writerdojo

“Word Mercenaries” (the WriterDojo theme) is by Craig Nybo https://craignybo.com/

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Made From Golden Gate Bridge Steel Cabot Guns The California Pistols (1)Cabot Guns is known for using the finest and rarest materials found on this planet and even originating beyond it for building their 1911 pistols. The material used in their latest project, the California pistols, is Damascus steel made by Damascene steel master Robert Eggerling but what makes it really valuable is not only Eggerling’s magic […]

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[SHOT 2023] New Ammunition from True Velocity

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 19:30, Sunday, 29 January

True Velocity is gearing up for scale manufacture of its innovative polymer cased ammunition in more calibers. At SHOT Show 2023 we had the opportunity to catch up with Dave Stouffer, True Velocity’s executive vice president (weapons division). He explained how True Velocity are preparing to bring their polymer case technology to some familiar calibers. […]

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Do You Live Near Berkeley?

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 06:13, Wednesday, 01 February

I need Laws of the state of Tennessee, including those of North Carolina now in force in this state : from the year 1715 to the year 1820, inclusive 1:710.  It is at Berkeley Law Library.  I need title page and p.710.  There are copies online but they are volume 2, even when the catalog entries say volume 1.  The one at Berkeley is the only copy in the U.S.

The Free Beacon reported that the Alzheimer's Association was in a partnership with a group called 'Compassion & Choices'.  

Compassion & Choices was known as the Hemlock Society until the group's support for fellow member Jack Kevorkian—and his increasing number of so-called mercy killings—tainted the brand. While the Hemlock Society celebrated Kevorkian's actions, the Alzheimer's Association issued a statement in opposition, noting that "we must … affirm the right to dignity and life for every Alzheimer patient and cannot condone suicide."

George Soros, whose mother was a member of the Hemlock Society, poured millions into the assisted suicide movement through his Open Society Foundations, in part to help the Hemlock Society rebrand itself as Compassion & Choices.

Once the article was published, the Alzheimer's Association put out this release

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Back From Mexico

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 06:33, Wednesday, 01 February

I recently returned from a three-week trip to Mexico.  I wasn’t teaching and didn’t have any holiday plans, so I decided to do some relaxing down in one of my favorite places in the world, Playa del Carmen.  

 

I spent my 50th birthday, Christmas, and New Years down there.  If you want to experience another country, I’d highly recommend traveling over Christmas and New Years.  It’s an experience few travelers ever have.

 

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Preparedness Notes for Wednesday — February 1, 2023

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:06, Wednesday, 01 February

On February 1st, we recognize the birthday of the late Dr. Gary North, in 1942. North was a prolific writer on economics and Christian Reconstruction. He passed away just less than a year ago, on February 24, 2022.  His more than 50 published books are a lasting legacy. He also assembled a large free online library of books by other godly writers, through his Institute For Christian Economics (ICE). Those free books, totaling 38,000 pages, are all still available online. They are a great resource for homeschoolers and economics students. — We also remember February 1st, 2003, when the Space …

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Writing Contest Prize Winners Announced — Round 104

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:05, Wednesday, 01 February

We’ve completed the judging for Round 104 of the SurvivalBlog non-fiction writing contest. The prize-winning writers are: First Prize First Prize goes to A Grateful Mechanic, for Career Change to a Durable Trade. (Posted on January 24, 2023.) He will receive the following prizes: The photovoltaic power specialists at Quantum Harvest LLC  are providing a store-wide 10% off coupon. Depending on the model chosen, this could be worth more than $2000. A Gunsite Academy Three Day Course Certificate. This can be used for any of their one, two, or three-day course (a $1,095 value), Two cases of Mountain House freeze-dried …

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Preparedness: Now What? – Part 1, by O.C.

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:04, Wednesday, 01 February

Upfront, I should say I am a few months away from 70 years old. I was raised in New Jersey. Even though I spent 26 years in the US Air Force and the Montana Air National Guard, I was not prepared for anything out of the ordinary. My journey to prepping really began on September 11, 2001. At that time, I was working as a defense contractor in Crystal City, Virginia, just down the road from the Pentagon. Meanwhile, my wife was a civil servant working inside the Pentagon building. In my cube-ville we were no radios or televisions allowed. …

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January 2023 in Precious Metals, by Steven Cochran

by Steven Cochran in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:03, Wednesday, 01 February

Welcome to SurvivalBlog’s Precious Metals Month in Review, where we take a look at “the month that was” in precious metals. Each month, we cover gold’s performance, and the factors that affected gold prices. What Did Gold Do in January? Gold kicked the current rally into overdrive in January. Starting the year at $1,829 an ounce, spot gold closed at $1,923 an ounce on January 30th. It began the year hitting a six-month high near $1,850 early on January 3rd before easing, only to claim that level the next day. Prices marched higher during the second week in January, to …

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SurvivalBlog Readers’ & Editors’ Snippets

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:02, Wednesday, 01 February

This weekly Snippets column is a collection of short items: responses to posted articles, practical self-sufficiency items, how-tos, lessons learned, tips and tricks, and news items — both from readers and from SurvivalBlog’s editors. Note that we may select some long e-mails for posting as separate letters. — A video from blog reader A.K.: Build your own Portable Poultry Coop! o  o  o Reader C.B. sent this:  A Concerning Winter Storm Is Coming… o  o  o New Yorkers Moving to Florida in Record Numbers. “More people from New York moved to Florida in 2022 than any year in history, according …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:01, Wednesday, 01 February

“Civil Wars happen when the victimized are armed. Genocide happens when they are not.” – A.E. Samaan

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This week brought our first snow day of the year. After playing outside in the perfectly-sticky snow, my children were worn out and ready to go inside and warm up. To help entertain them, I broke out a few craft supplies, threw down some worksurface protection and let them color away. Coffee filter creatures are super easy to make, and allow for versatility in design and materials used.

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Top 10 Accessories at SHOT Show 2023

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 00:01, Wednesday, 01 February

There were a lot of really great optics, soft goods and gear, thermals, night vision, muzzle devices and more at SHOT Show 2023. James Reeves walks you through what he thought the 10 best accessories were from SHOT Show and why. What did you think of the list? ««« GEAR USED IN THIS VIDEO »»» […]

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[SHOT 2023] An H&K G41 Clone? The PTR-63 is Coming

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 22:31, Tuesday, 31 January

In this episode of TFBTV, @JamesReeves is at SHOT Show 2023 to talk with the guys at PTR Industries about the new PTR-63, which is, functionally, a clone of the Heckler & Koch G41. The Heckler & Koch G41 is a German 5.56×45mm rifle introduced in 1981. It was designed to replace the G3 and […]

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Tuesday, 31 January

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[SHOT 2023] How to Make *Any* AR-15 Legal in California?

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 21:01, Tuesday, 31 January

In this episode of TFBTV, @JamesReeves is at Sons of Liberty Gun Works’ SHOT Show 2023 booth to talk about a new option they’ve added to the SOLGW lineup in order to make nearly any AR sold by SOLGW California Compliant, even with those “scary” features typically banned in the state. ««« GEAR USED IN […]

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[SHOT Show 2023] 5.11 Boots, Gear Is The TFB/TFBTV SHOT UniformThere was a time, more than two decades ago, when 5.11 gear was only associated with “fishing” vests and baggy BDU pants. Back then I was both the giver and the recipient of tactical fashion shaming. Thankfully, those days are but tiny specks in the rearview mirror of life. 5.11 Tactical has developed tasteful, fashion-forward […]

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[SHOT 2023] DTV XR338 – Minigun in .338 Norma Magnum

by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 19:00, Tuesday, 31 January

[SHOT 2023] DTV XR338 - Minigun in .338 Norma Magnum (3)In this writer’s opinion, one of the coolest firearms of SHOT Show 2023 was the XR338 rotary machine gun which was displayed at the Radical Firearms booth. This machine gun is designed by Kris Paulson and Matthew Steinhauser of DTV Tactical Innovations (Radical Firearms is their manufacturing partner). It is chambered in .338 Norma Magnum […]

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More Obscure Session Laws

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 12:31, Tuesday, 31 January

 You guys are wonderfully good at this.

1931 Ill. Laws 452, 452; 1927 Mass. Acts 413, 413-14; Act of

June 2, 1927, no. 372,  1929, Act No. 206, Sec.

3, Comp. Laws 1929; Act of Apr. 10, 1933, ch. 190, 1933 Minn. Laws 231, 232; Act of Apr. 8,

1933, no. 64, 1933 Ohio Laws 189, 189; 1927 R.I. Pub. Laws 256, 256; Uniform Machine Gun

Act, ch. 206, 1933 S.D. Sess. Laws 245, 245; Act of Mar. 7, 1934, ch. 96, 1934 Va. Acts 137,

137.

Truck 1- Vegans - 0

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 16:00, Tuesday, 31 January

 So some Vegans decide they are going to try to stop a truck carrying livestock.  Watch the whole thing but watch at the back of the truck while they are trying to hold onto it while it's moving.   I laughed out loud, especially at the whining at the end of the video...   

I wonder if dude was wearing pee-proof pants or diapers--he needed them.



Vegan activists try to stop a truck 🤦‍♂️ pic.twitter.com/ejm0WnsDsv

— Clown World ™ 🤡 (@ClownWorld_) January 30, 2023



Yes, I know this is old, but I think everyone needs a laugh when they can get one. 

Brace Yourselves

by admin in The War on Guns at 16:26, Tuesday, 31 January

ATF’s New Brace Rule Takes Effect TODAY*** What You Should Know *** [More] This one is important enough for me to interrupt today’s slowdown and share. UPDATE https://www.govinfo.gov/content/pkg/FR-2023-01-31/pdf/2023-01001.pdf

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[SHOT 2023] JL Billet’s 5.56 Tommy Gun

by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 18:00, Tuesday, 31 January

[SHOT 2023] JL Billet's 5.56 Tommy Gun (1)Last year, we published an article about the prototype guns seen at SHOT Show 2022 one of which was the 5.56 Tommy Gun concept by JL Billet. Well, the company has been working on refining the design of the gun during the year and they brought several pre-production samples to SHOT Show 2023. JL Billet @ […]

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The Surefire Turbo Series is FINALLY HERE

by Luke C. in The Firearm Blog at 17:00, Tuesday, 31 January

In this episode of TFBTV, Luke C visits Andrew Wright with Surefire LLC to discuss their recently released and upcoming products for 2023. Surefire is starting in 2023 with the announcement that the much anticipated Surefire Turbo series of weapon-mounted lights are finally shipping to customers from their network of distributors and Surefire.com. In addition […]

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[SHOT 2023] .308 Galil Builds From Ikon Weapons

by Daniel Y in The Firearm Blog at 17:00, Tuesday, 31 January

[SHOT 2023] .308 Galil Builds From Ikon WeaponsIkon Weapons produces 5.56 Galil variants including the Mirco and ARM. At SHOT Show 2023, they also displayed their new .308 versions. These included wood and polymer furniture models and even one with a California-complaint grip fin. [SHOT 2023] .308 Galil Builds From Ikon Weapons One major hang-up in producing large-frame Galils is access to […]

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[SHOT 2023] New Tangent Theta 7-35x56mm Optic from ATI

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 16:00, Tuesday, 31 January

[SHOT 2023] New Tangent Theta 7-35x56mm Optic from ATIArmament Technology Incorporated, the OEM manufacturer of Tangent Theta Long Range Precision Optics, unveiled a new model at SHOT Show 2023. The Canadian company who are also the OEM for Tenebræx and master distributor for ELCAN, SAI Optics and XOPTEK, had the new Tangent Theta TT735P out at SHOT Show’s Industry at the Range Day […]

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Is The US Food Industry Under Attack?

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 13:00, Tuesday, 31 January

There is an old saying, "The first is bad luck, the second is coincidence, the third is enemy action."

There have been a lot of US food infrastructure going off-line over the past year.  Some of us are starting to wonder why.

Rumble video here.  I can't get it to embed.

Let's not forget that Joe Biden promised us food shortages.

“Most counties experience no murders, a smaller set where there are a few murders, and then a tiny set of counties where murders are very common.” [More] Guns aren’t the problem.

[SHOT 2023] New Optics Coming from Shield Sights

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 15:00, Tuesday, 31 January

[SHOT 2023] New Optics Coming from Shield SightsOn day three of SHOT Show 2023 we visited Shield Sights who ran us through their host of new and upcoming models. Shield have four optics on the way, the CQS2, the AMS, the SIS2 and the RMSd. The RMSd is a new parallax-free red dot pistol optic with a hard dip acrylic coating which […]

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[SHOT 2023] PTR Teases HK G41-inspired PTR-63

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 14:00, Tuesday, 31 January

[SHOT 2023] PTR Teases HK G41-inspired PTR-63We’ve already looked at the new VENT 3D printed Titanium suppressor range coming from PTR but another exciting upcoming product they had on display at SHOT Show 2023 was the PTR-63. PTR ran me through their latest development, which they say is inspired by Heckler & Koch’s ill-fated G41. The PTR-63 has a bolt hold […]

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[SHOT 2023] DTV Arms .338 Norma Mag Silenced Minigun

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 13:01, Tuesday, 31 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves visits the Radical Firearms booth to see the new caliber convertible XR338 minigun manufactured by DTV Arms. James speaks with Matt, one of DTV’s engineers, about this amazing and powerful system. ««« GEAR USED IN THIS VIDEO »»» • Apparel: All TFBTV apparel is sponsored by 5.11 Tactical. […]

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[SHOT 2023] KRISS USA Newest Products Are Here!

by Matt E in The Firearm Blog at 13:00, Tuesday, 31 January

[SHOT 2023] KRISS USA Newest Products Are Here!KRISS USA has been most well known for their Vector which over the last couple of decades has turned into an icon in the gun world. Even people who don’t know firearms will recognize the Vector from movies and video games. The Vector line has had a couple of additions as well as a new […]

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Has WWIII already started?

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 15:37, Tuesday, 31 January

Very in-depth and thoughtful post at E.M. Smith's place.  The comments are thoughtful, too.

For the life of me, I can't see what compelling interest the USA has in war with Russia.  I can see what the US Military Industrial Complex has with a war like that.  And as they say, "War is the health of the State". 

But I don't see what's in it for us.

UPDATE 31 January 2023 11:18: Chuck Pergiel has a related and very interesting post about who the chief clowns running US foreign policy are.

Update 31 January 2023 15:35 : Link corrected

Winter Storm

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 11:29, Tuesday, 31 January

 It's miserable outside by central Louisiana standards.  Several days of rain have left the ground soggy, mud prevails.  Right now it is misting rain with temps in the high 30s.  We're not under any threat of ice or snow, but it is miserable outside.  I have run my errands and will stay hunkered down for the rest of the day,  trying to keep dry and warm.

Looking north a hundred miles, those folks are under the threat of ice.  Bless their hearts.  I hope everyone stays safe out there.

It's days like this when I believe that God is saying "Take a break."  I intend to do so.

Slow Going Ahead

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:53, Tuesday, 31 January

I’ll be out all of tomorrow and have much to do behind the scenes today. I’ll try to get to some of the email tips sent since yesterday later this afternoon, but no guarantees. My priority will be on publicizing articles I expect to be published on AmmoLand and Firearms News, and on working on … Continue reading "Slow Going Ahead"

POF Tombstone Lever-Action PCC

by Steven Kuo in Recoil at 11:47, Tuesday, 31 January

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[SHOT 2023] PTR Launches New 9mm, 5.56mm & 7.62mm VENT SuppressorsAt SHOT Show 2023, PTR unveiled their range of monolithic 3D-printed Titanium suppressors. The VENT range uses additive manufacturing to avoid the possibility of weaknesses caused by welding. It has internal geometries designed to reduce blowback into the operator’s face and produce less wear and tear on the weapon system. At the tip of the suppressor PTR have included […]

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[SHOT 2023] Cool Fire Training Showcase Their CO2 Powered Training SystemAt this year’s SHOT Show, Cool Fire brought along their newest models of their CO2-powered training system. The system will soon be available for the Springfield Hellcat and Hellcat Pro, SIG Sauer P365 and P365XL, the Glock 43 and Glock 43X. So if you’re unfamiliar with how the Cool Fire Trainer works, here’s how they […]

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[SHOT 2023] ZEV & Magpul's Folding Defense Pistol (FDP) Coming in 2023Folding guns, a cool concept that we are continually drawn to. SHOT Show saw Magpul and ZEV’s joint venture, the FDP (Folding Defense Pistol) and FDC (Folding Defense Carbine), move closer to reality. During a visit to their booth, the guys at ZEV ran me through the FDP’s features. The FDP will launch in 9x19mm […]

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[SHOT 2023] Fostech FLITE Elite Receivers and FLITE Phantom .22LR Rifle (4)At SHOT Show 2023, Fostech introduced a new generation of magnesium/aluminum alloy AR-15 receivers called FLITE Elite that are now made of forgings. These receivers are advertised to be 30% stronger and 30% lighter than their counterparts made of 6061 aluminum. In ounces, that’s a 2 oz weight reduction in the case of the FLITE […]

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[SHOT 2023] Hands On with Ohio Ordnance Works' 240 Patrol-SLR Conversion KitThe Ohio Ordnance Works SHOT Show 2023 booth had a range of their civilian semi-auto weapons out on display including the HCAR. Alongside the HBAR was the Ohio Ordnance Works manufactured M240 fitted with one of their 240 Patrol-SLR Conversion Kit. The kit is something they have offered to the military and law enforcement for a […]

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[SHOT 2023] Armasight Sidekick, Jockey and Night Vision

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Tuesday, 31 January

Last year Armasight came back from the dead. They had been acquired by FLIR a few years ago and then FLIR shuttered them when they decided to no longer offer weapon-mounted thermal or night vision anymore. Well, Armasight is back and they have even more to offer the nighttime hunter. Their Jockey is a small […]

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The SHOT Show Awards 2023: Hop Reviews SHOT Show

by Hop in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Tuesday, 31 January

SHOT Show 2023 is in the books, and guess who didn’t die in Las Vegas? In this episode of TFBTV, Hop makes up some fake awards for SHOT Show and preemptively reviews products that didn’t exist two weeks ago. Welcome to TFBTV’s First Annual SHOT Show Awards (we will probably never do this again)! ««« […]

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Leupold has added a new scope to their Mark 5HD line. The 2-10×30 is a low magnification scope perfect for close to reasonable distances like 800 or even 1000 yards depending on your caliber. They are also coming out with their BX-4 Range HD binocular, a laser range-finding binocular, and they have a new laser […]

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Innocent after innocent has been murdered. Burial after burial has been consecrated. Eulogy after eulogy has been delivered. Tear after tear has been shed. Vigil after vigil has been held. Plea after plea has been made. Solution after solution has been offered. Column after column has been written.

Still, nothing changes.

Today, this much is clear if it wasn’t apparent before: most of America has conceded. The National Rifle Association (NRA) has won.

The slick defenders of America’s absurd addiction to guns have prevailed. The NRA’s victory over scores of unarmed Americans – including grade-school children – who have forfeited their lives to the astronomical arsenal of guns that litter America is as complete as it is emphatic.

The merchants of mayhem are no longer obliged even to feign concern for the latest casualties of the latest carnage or to trot out the familiar, trite catch phrases to defend what enlightened Americans consider indefensible.

Andrew Mitrovica
January 28, 2023
The NRA has won
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The Shadow Band or the Teal Deer?

by Tam in View From The Porch at 08:19, Tuesday, 31 January

The recently implemented counter shows that Twitter engagements are down, reports one writer.

I didn’t reach 42,000 people by tweeting my article. I reached less than 3,000 people. And that has been pretty consistent. Unless I write something spicy that gets a lot of retweets, the view-counter tells me I’m reaching 2,000-3,000 people.

Here’s my post from earlier this week. 2,203 views.
What's interesting here is that this dude is a stock liberal college prof who moonlights in journalism. I thought Twitter was only shadowbanning conservative people who talk about guns and some guy in Florida who thinks calling hisself "catturd" is the height of wit?

It's like when gun bloggers complain about falling engagement and their first argument is "Big Tech is suppressing my pro-RKBA blog!" No, my dude, it's just that an increasing number of people don't read blogs...or anything, actually...anymore. 

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Living Legend

by Tam in View From The Porch at 07:05, Tuesday, 31 January

Last November at CanCon, Tom Marshall said he was heading south to interview Billy Waugh and I was mad jelly. Fortunately some of that interview is on the web now!



If you haven't read Hunting the Jackal, you're wrong and you should fix that. From enlisting in the Army as a teenager in 1948 and serving in the Korean War to spending his 71st birthday on a mountaintop in Afghanistan, the dude's life has basically been a real-life action movie.

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Memphis PD

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 08:12, Tuesday, 31 January

 I'm sure that you have all heard, by now, about the death of Tyre Nichols in Memphis.  Five officers are indicted in his death.  Details are still unclear, but it appears that Nichols was stopped for reckless driving.  At some point a foot chase developed, and when Nichols was apprehended, he was beaten by the officers.  Nichols later died.

Nichols was black, the Chief of the Memphis PD is black, and the five officers indicted are all black. This inconvenient fact has not stopped some from claiming that "white supremacy" played a role in this tragedy.  That is patently ridiculous, as most of these claims are.  "White Supremacy" has become the great bugaboo of this century, used to explain everything from failing schools to covid deaths.

I admit that racism has, in the past, played a part in the culture of the United States. That is history.  But, lately, "white supremacy" has become a convenient argument to explain the inexplicable.  Like the monster under the bed, when you shine a light on it, it seems...

[SHOT 2023] New SureFire Turbo Weapon Lights

by Matt E in The Firearm Blog at 09:00, Tuesday, 31 January

[SHOT 2023] New SureFire Turbo Weapon LightsSHOT Show 2023 could be called the year of the Turbo for SureFire. SureFire has been a juggernaut in the handheld and weapon light market. With various companies making weapon lights for intensity over distance, it’s good to see the new Surefire Turbo weapon lights. What Is The Turbo Line? The Turbo line of lights […]

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 Walgreens was shilling pretty hard for Pfizer and its clot shots for a while.  They had a pregnant woman, a small child, and an adult black man who wanted to go to his daughter's skating contests all getting the shots.  In the case of the pregnant woman, she was getting her flu shot too (sorry, the only version I could find was in Spanish).  They still have spots out there saying that it's okay to get a flu shot at the same time as a covid shot or booster.

All of this without any proof that any of this is safe and a lot of proof that it's not.

Well their commercials are getting a lot more generic now. 

  Wonder if it's because of this:

 From the Epoch Times (the link above is Daily Mail):

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We visited with Walther pro-shooter and Second Amendment advocate Gabby Franco at the 2023 Shooting, Hunting, Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas recently. We asked her what you need to know to buy a firearm. Here’s what she told us. Note: Gabby is not only a former Olympic shooter, present-day firearms instructor, and formidable competitor, she also used to work in a gun shop.

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It’s the final week of my Shoot Like a Girl range ready challenge! If you’re new to “Julie’s Challenge,” check out weeks one, two, three, and four. If you are following along, at this point, with all the gun handling and dry fire, you should feel more confident and ready to shoot. You know and understand safety rules and terms, and you’ve practiced grip, stance, sight alignment, and trigger control. You worked on presenting the pistol to the target and transitions. It’s time to test those skills in live fire.

This week, continue with 15 minutes of dry fire and prep your gear for the range. You’ll need eye and ear protection, your firearm, magazines or loading device...

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Even if they are in many places coal-powered.  This 1/27/23 Motor Trend article is why I do not expect to ever buy an EV although hybrids seem a reasonable solution especially the new incredibly fast hybrid AWD Corvette.   Although spending $100K+ seems like something I would only do if I won the Powerball.

I started reading one day in the library.   It was a serious snoozer.  1/30/23 Inside Higher Ed:

"Stanford University officials’ response to a shared image of a student reading Adolf Hitler’s autobiography has drawn a sharp critique from a national free speech advocacy organization.

The image of the student reading Mein Kampf was shared on the social media platform Snapchat and led to the filing of an online complaint with the university, according to an email from Jewish faith leaders addressed to Jewish Stanford students. It isn’t clear from college officials who filed the complaint, though a Stanford spokeswoman, in response to questions from Inside Higher Ed, said a “concern” was raised by an unnamed student organization."

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Preparedness Notes for Tuesday — January 31, 2023

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:04, Tuesday, 31 January

On this day in 1872, American author Pearl Zane Grey was born. He was best known for his popular adventure western novels, including Riders of the Purple Sage, which was his best-selling book. On January 31, 1606, Guy Fawkes was scheduled for execution for his part in the Gunpowder Plot against Parliament and King James. As he was being marched up the steps to his gallows with his hands bound, he fell, broke his neck, and died, depriving his executioners of any satisfaction. In recent years, Guy Fawkes masks have become a symbol of resistance to big government, worldwide. — …

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Society’s Sudden Death: 2023-2026, by Jakobus A. Rechnen

by SurvivalBlog Contributor in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:03, Tuesday, 31 January

Editor’s Introductory  Note:  The following translated article could be considered a conjectural rant. It was written by a European SurvivalBlog reader, under a pen name. If you don’t like reading rants, then skip reading this. – JWR — This is my gedankenexperiment for period: the three years following, Europe, in U.S.A., and the world (whole). It has its basis in my scary belief that the Covid Vaccines are actually for the worse than the Covid illness that the Vaccines (Impfstoffe) claim to be preventing. I may be completely wrong, or I may be mostly right. Maybe. You decide. Premise: I …

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SurvivalBlog’s News From The American Redoubt

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:02, Tuesday, 31 January

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 focus on some upcoming conservative legislation at the Idaho capitol. Idaho There was some good news included in a strongly-worded e-newsletter from Scott McIntosh of The Idaho Statesman newspaper. It was entitled:  The Idaho Way: Idaho Republican legislators reveal early agenda of fear and …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:01, Tuesday, 31 January

“…it is manifest, in the spirit of our history, in our annals, and by the general voice of the fathers of the  republic, that, in a very great degree, to the Pulpit, the Puritan Pulpit, we owe the moral force which won our independence.” – John Wingate Thornton, The Pulpit of the American Revolution.

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In this episode of TFBTV, @JamesReeves is at the SHOT Show 2023 Sons of Liberty Gun Works booth to talk about the new collaboration between SOLGW and the Tactical Games to build out a ready-to-run AR that meets all of the criteria for competing in the Tactical Games. SOLGW gives TFBTV the run down on […]

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Passing On Information

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 17:58, Monday, 30 January

 Grandson Lucas gets off the school bus at our house every day, due to the schedules and routes of the school bus.  His dad meets him here, and we generally chat for a bit before he goes home.  You never know what question he is going to ask.  Lucas is 12 years old.

Lucas is a shooter in his school's rimfire team.  His dad built him a Ruger 10/22 and from all reports, he is doing well with it.  Today he wanted to know about bullet speed and RPM and barrel twist rates, so we went down that rabbit hole.

It still amazes me, and I know the match, about how fast a bullet spins when it comes out of the tube.  The basic equation is here.  He's a budding gear-head, so we had to relate that to engine rpm.  He is amazed that a CCI mini-mag spins at lot faster than a small block Chevy.

Passing on the information.  That's my job as a grandfather.  I wonder what he is going to ask me about tomorrow?

Western civilization is falling. What next?

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 20:00, Monday, 30 January

Western civilization is falling. Like Roman civilization before it. And Greek civilization before that. There are many reasons. It may still take decades or even centuries, but as with Babylon, the handwriting is on the wall. (And since events seem to be faster, overall, today due to technology and population, we may not have all that long.)

What does that mean? Even if the nukes are launched and dropped, the world and the human race will not disappear. There will be something replacing western civilization. Sooner or later – but unlikely to be a centuries-long period of darkness and horror, as the science fiction writers commonly portray. Not to say it won’t be nasty for a good while, but finally, something else will develop.

Before we look at a replacement, though, we need to ask a simple question. Why is western civilization falling?

Why?  Despite its many, many failings, western civilization is built on a foundation of liberty: human liberty.

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[SHOT 2023] POF-USA Tombstone 9mm Lever-Action

by Rusty S. in The Firearm Blog at 20:00, Monday, 30 January

[SHOT 2023] POF-USA Tombstone 9mm Lever-ActionWhat do you want on your Tombstone?  POF-USA gives you plenty of options with their new Tombstone 9mm lever action.  Featuring a 10.5-inch receiver rail, M-LOK slots all along the forend, and a threaded barrel, this new short-throw, mag-fed 9mm lever gun has plenty of space to put whatever you want on your Tombstone. [SHOT […]

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New for 2023, Desert Tech has rolled out a number of small improvements to the MDRX platform. These changes apply to all models of MDRX and are incorporated in all rifles ordered going forwards, and in some cases can be retroactively applied to older models as well. Unlike James Reeves’ 60 year old bullpup of […]

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[SHOT 2023] MK Machining's MK2 Bullpup Chassis and Amazingly Good Bullpup TriggerBefore SHOT 2023, I was tipped off by a co-worker who knew that I was a Tikka fan that a company was bringing a bullpup chassis and optimized bullpup trigger for the Tikka to SHOT.  That company is MK Machining of Hallsville, MO.  One of the few bright lights in the otherwise dingy SHOT Dungeon […]

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Opinion here. The court expands the TRO to prevent enforcement in additional classes of alleged "sensitive places."

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[SHOT 2023] New XM177 From Windham Weaponry

by Daniel Y in The Firearm Blog at 17:00, Monday, 30 January

[SHOT 2023] New XM177 From Windham WeaponryWindham Weaponry continues to add new rifles to its lineup, including an XM177 variant. The XM177 family was one of the first AR-style carbines to enter wide use. Several variants were used, including the XM177E2 and GAU5/A. Most original versions featured a ~4″ moderator attached to a 10″ barrel. The ATF decreed that the original moderator […]

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[SHOT 2023] Accurate Mag Rifles, Actions, And MagazinesAccurate Mag is one of the leading manufacturers of AICS-pattern magazines, but they also produce actions and complete rifles. [SHOT 2023] Accurate Mag Rifles, Actions, And Magazines First up are the short action magazine extensions. They add four rounds of .308/6.5 Creedmoor or two rounds of .330WSM/6.5 PRC. The retail price is $59 and they […]

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One of the best parts of the SHOT Show is being able to get hands on with some really interesting firearms. This year was no different with Heckler & Koch, to my surprise, displaying their belt-fed machine guns: the MG4 and MG5. While I don’t think we’ll be seeing these on the commercial market any […]

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Memento Mori

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 11:59, Monday, 30 January

An ancient roman toddler walked over a clay tile before the clay had dried.


Bet he got chewed out over that.

 

Tyre Nichols Should Have Watched This

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 13:45, Monday, 30 January

We sleep soundly in our beds only because rough men stand ready in the night to visit violence on those who would do us harm.

— attributed to George Orwell.

Recent History

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 13:31, Monday, 30 January

And That’s No Yolk

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:47, Monday, 30 January

This is the third egg farm fire since May. [More] At a time like this… Mr. Bond, they have a saying in Chicago… [Via Michael G]

No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

by admin in The War on Guns at 12:41, Monday, 30 January

Doctor Who Tried to Save Ashli Babbitt on Jan. 6 Charged With 4 Misdemeanors for Time at the US Capitol… Harris was on his knees checking Babbitt’s upper chest wound when a U.S. Capitol Police bicycle officer reached down and grabbed him by the shoulders. The officer wrestled Harris away from Babbitt, grabbed him by … Continue reading "No Good Deed Goes Unpunished"

Looking the Gift Horse in the Mouth

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:54, Monday, 30 January

Authorizes person to carry concealed weapon or concealed firearm if he or she is licensed to do so or meets specified requirements; requires person who is carrying concealed weapon or concealed firearm without license to carry identification & display upon demand by law enforcement; prohibits person who is carrying concealed weapon or concealed firearm without … Continue reading "Looking the Gift Horse in the Mouth"

Subject to Interpretation

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:46, Monday, 30 January

ATF Comments on 88-Day Automatic Denial of Pistol Brace Tax Stamps [More] My head hurts.

 

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YouTube Censorship: Losing The Battle For 1A & 2A

by David Lane in Recoil at 12:34, Monday, 30 January

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Mission First Tactical has come out with a rather practical holster that has a unique feature that seems to work well. Their Pro Series IWB holster can fit a Glock 19 with a light like a TLR-7 but most importantly, it can accommodate the same pistol without a light and you don’t need any special […]

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In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves is at the 5.11 Tactical booth during SHOT Show 2023 to see the XTU series of uniforms being made by 5.11 under the V.XI brand. These well-thought-out and feature-filled uniforms look promising, and it will be interesting to see if V.XI manages to break into the BDU market. […]

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[SHOT 2023] HM Defense HM50B (3)A little over a month ago, we reported about the release of the HM Defense HM50B bolt action .50BMG rifle, and many of our readers found it suspiciously similar to Bushmaster BA50 and Remington R2Mi. HM Defense brought the HM50B rifle to SHOT Show 2023 (displayed at AmmoInc/Gunbroker booth) and when I visited them, I asked […]

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Kaylan_TX @Kaylan_TX
Tweeted on November 28, 2022.
[It’s not only another Markley’s Law Monday, it is another science denier!

Via a tweet from Fletch @Fletche97083235.

This in response to*:

My bedside table pic.twitter.com/sIdRYJcLTK

— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 28, 2022

Also, this is yet another example of “The left can’t meme.”—Joe]

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Monday Memes

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 09:36, Monday, 30 January


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Help Me Find

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 09:04, Monday, 30 January

 Judge Edward Scott, Laws of the State of Tennessee: Including Those of North Carolina Now in Force in this State: From the Year 1715 to the Year 1820, Inclusive Page 710.  Hathitrust.org has Vol. II and another entry for Vol. I but it is just another copy of Vol. II.

1786 Va. Laws 33, ch. 21.  To my surprise I cannot find Virginia session laws for 1792 online.

Ain’t That a Shame?

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 09:17, Monday, 30 January

Kamikaze drones hit the factory that manufactures ammunition and drones in Isfahan, Iran.

Explosions are reported all over the country. Looks like Iran won't be able to deliver kamikaze drones to Russia any time soon.
🎥@MrFukkew pic.twitter.com/gudKA5OSig

— Euromaidan Press (@EuromaidanPress) January 29, 2023

There Goes the Narrative

by admin in The War on Guns at 11:39, Monday, 30 January

“What Is Immigrant Mass Murder Syndrome”? [More] But…but…but greatest threat… Rigorous!

Trans Prisoner Who Stalked 13-Year-Old Girl Transferred to Women’s Prison [More] Tommy Lee? [Via Michael G]

Recordings and transcripts prove the professor never “designated Brown students as terrorists” or “called Native Americans savages on the first day of class,” as an anonymous student claimed in the student newspaper. [More] Since when do witch trials require proof? [Via Michael G]

The Perfect Democrat Constituents

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:58, Monday, 30 January

The Oregon Legislative session is rolling on. We are now monitoring about 25 bills that would affect gun owners. As always, the Democrats are hard at work attempting to enable violent criminals and endanger law abiding Oregonians. As an added bonus they are working to pass legislation to allow criminals to vote FROM JAIL. [More] Who … Continue reading "The Perfect Democrat Constituents"

Incompetent, Irrelevant, and Immaterial

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:44, Monday, 30 January

Sen. Kennedy stumps Biden nominee with basic questions about the Constitution [More] In fairness, if she’s a Biden nominee she won’t need to know that. [Via Jess]

Everybody to the Lifeboat!

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:36, Monday, 30 January

Louis C.K. calls for open borders to end global inequality: ‘It shouldn’t be so great here in America’ [More] Yeah, listen to the predatory pervert. Plenty of voices need to be heard. Why is it the wrong ones are the loudest? [Via Steve T]

We’re the Only Ones Breaking Bad Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:20, Monday, 30 January

They said Denning, since July 2021, communicated with the informant, connecting the person with drug dealers in California to buy cocaine and methamphetamine. That would continue for 15 months, according to court papers. [More] If convicted, #16 seems appropriate… [Via Steve T]

I’m Going to Kansas City, Kansas City Here I Come

by admin in The War on Guns at 10:00, Monday, 30 January

Ex-official of KC development agency stole $2M, lied about his background: lawsuit [More] And, of course, no one dares cite the systemic incompetence and corruption of those who hired him. Yep, blame the dead guy… [Via Steve T]

We’re the Only Ones Stripped Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:48, Monday, 30 January

A former Tennessee cop who was recently fired over a sex scandal in which she admitted to having sex with several of her work colleagues is reportedly being offered $10,000 to perform at a Nashville strip club. [More] Based on photos I’ve seen, it seems to me more than one patron would be yelling “Put … Continue reading "We’re the Only Ones Stripped Enough"

More Holes than Swiss Cheese

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:36, Monday, 30 January

Switzerland has a stunningly high rate of gun ownership — here’s why it doesn’t have mass shootings [More] Yeah, bow to the hat. That’s the ticket! And guess what they don’t even mention. [Via Jess]

Clipped Wings

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:14, Monday, 30 January

Air Force general predicts war with China in 2025, tells officers to prep by firing ‘a clip’ at a target, and ‘aim for the head’ [More] I know the use of that term for “magazine” is considered heresy in most gun circles. I used it a time or two myself in the early days. I … Continue reading "Clipped Wings"

The Cognitive Dissonance… It Burns…

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:12, Monday, 30 January

Democrat freshman rep deletes tweet calling Tyre Nichols’ killing the ‘result of white supremacy’ [More] “Afro-Cuban,” and the young idiot “thinks” police like those who did the beating are the “Only Ones” who should have guns. I wonder what he attributes the Revolutionary National Police execution of Hansel Hernández to… Hey, “¿Armas para Que?” right, … Continue reading "The Cognitive Dissonance… It Burns…"

Much Ado About Nothing

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:05, Monday, 30 January

This bill removes short-barreled rifles (barrels of less than 16 inches in length) from the definition of firearms for purposes of the National Firearms Act. [More] Here’s a truth about every single “pro-gun” bill we see coming out of the House that we then see so many gun owners getting excited about: Without a Senate … Continue reading "Much Ado About Nothing"

Call Roto-Reuters, That’s the Name

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:02, Monday, 30 January

The U.S. Department of Justice said it has obtained a court order blocking two firearms companies from imperiling public safety by illegally selling devices to convert AR-15 style rifles into machine guns. [More] Gee, no interjecting editorial sentiment there. It makes me appreciate even more the link at the bottom of the piece about “Our … Continue reading "Call Roto-Reuters, That’s the Name"

In the Spirit of Bipartisanship

by admin in The War on Guns at 09:00, Monday, 30 January

Crenshaw Introduces Bipartisan ATF Accountability Act Following Pistol Brace Ban [More] And the odds of this doing anything besides polishing up some tarnished 2A creds…? That and make it look like Democrat Henry Cuellar is anything other than an enemy. [Via Lane]

It’s Been Done

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:57, Monday, 30 January

“Never Again Is Now Global,” a five-part docuseries highlighting the parallels between Nazi Germany and global pandemic policies, will premier exclusively, for free on CHD.TV beginning Monday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m. EST. [More] The similarities are chilling. Then again, they’re following the “evil” playbook. Do you notice how “progressives” never actually have anything new … Continue reading "It’s Been Done"

Skin in the Game

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:52, Monday, 30 January

“Obviously, no one wants to see these tragedies occur — this loss of life — but how the problem is viewed, and therefore what the response is to that problem, is night and day difference,” said Daniel Webster, an American health professor affiliated with the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Violence Solutions. [More] I disagree. … Continue reading "Skin in the Game"

Been Around the Block a Time or Two

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:49, Monday, 30 January

The Haines City chief of police said Washington has been charged with home invasion in the past. [More] There oughta be a law! Pity they were “non-life-threatening injuries.” Maybe next time. [Via Jess]

Stormclouds are Brewing

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:47, Monday, 30 January

Members of the legislature that want to infringe your right to keep and bear arms have already introduced a pile of bills to do just that. [More] .That and Katie Hobbs has wasted no time showing you who she stands with.

We’re the Only Ones Ride Sharing Enough

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:44, Monday, 30 January

Nelson drove the GOV, that he agreed to use only for HSI duty purposes, while working for Amazon, Uber, and Lyft during time periods he was supposed to be working for HSI. [More] Hey, he didn’t violate policy, did he? I had a job that required a lot of driving a company car once. I … Continue reading "We’re the Only Ones Ride Sharing Enough"

It Is What It Is

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:42, Monday, 30 January

NRA Elections 2023: LaPierre Wins – NRA Members Lose [More] Sorry, I’ve tried caring but I’ve got to focus my energies on where they have a chance to nudge. I’ll keep letting them service my life member magazine subscription.

A Diller, a Dollar, A Ten o’Clock Scholar

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:33, Monday, 30 January

Professors argue K-12 science lessons should prompt activism… Grapin is an assistant professor in the Department of Teaching and Learning and Lee is a professor in the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. [More] So neither of them are, you know, scientists… Thank goodness! Then they’d be racists! [Via Michael G]

A New York State of Mind

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:23, Monday, 30 January

NYC forces all city employees to undergo radical critical race theory training: ‘Really unfair’ [More] Hmmm… Harassment is unwelcome conduct that is based on race, color…

Spider & the Fly

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:29, Monday, 30 January

The Avenging Devils of Antifa [More] That’s a pretty apt description considering whose side they’re on.

The Best Defense

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:26, Monday, 30 January

Israel to ‘expedite’ gun licenses after deadly shooting near Jerusalem synagogue [More] “Licenses” notwithstanding, that’s an interesting conclusion being drawn over there on what is “necessary to the security of a free State,” especially in light of all the “bagel brains” here…

How Many Angels Can Dance on the Head of a Pin?

by admin in The War on Guns at 08:28, Monday, 30 January

Why More Physicists Are Starting to Think Space and Time Are ‘Illusions’ [More] Nothing like “settled science”… I think the answer they’re looking for is “42.”

A GREAT END-OF-MONTH 2A READ

by Mas in at 09:00, Monday, 30 January

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[SHOT 2023] Jacob Grey Firearms JG10 Warthog

by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 11:49, Monday, 30 January

[SHOT 2023] Jacob Grey Firearms JG10 Warthog Rifles (1)Jacob Grey Firearms of West Columbia, SC is a manufacturer of AR-style rifles, 1911 pistols and firearm accessories. At SHOT Show 2023, Jacob Grey Firearms showed their new JG10 Warthog line of DPMS LR-308 pattern semi-auto rifles and pistols. According to the company officials, what sets their firearms apart from the competition is the extremely tight tolerances […]

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American Tactical Imports (ATI) will be bringing to the stateside .22LR conversion kits for Glock pistols made by German Schmeisser. These kits consist of drop-in barrels and feed ramps as well as 9x19mm cartridge-shaped chambers that house the .22LR ammunition, fit the standard 9mm magazines and are ejected out of the gun with the fired […]

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Top 6 Long Guns of SHOT Show 2023

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 10:01, Monday, 30 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves talks about what he thought were the six best long guns at SHOT Show 2023. There were great showings by a lot of manufacturers including Beretta, B&T, Zastava, Henry, and even a company you probably never heard of making a pretty wild AR-10. Check the video for the […]

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[SHOT 2023] CZ USA Unveils New CZ TS2 Orange

by Matt E in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Monday, 30 January

[SHOT 2023] CZ USA Unveils New CZ TS2 OrangeSHOT Show 2023 was a strong year for CZ USA in the competition pistol market. Their big drops were two new competition-minded pistols along with Dan Wesson starting to ship the DWX out to dealers now. We recently posted up a review of the Dan Wesson DWX so if you missed it, be sure to […]

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New for 2023, Palmetto State Armory is bringing out new versions of the JAKL series of piston-driven, monolithic upper ARs. The new JAKLs will be available with rifle-length barrels, including some pin & weld options, and also in new calibers like 7.62x39mm and 9mm. The new JAKLs will use PSA’s in-house lower receivers; the KS47 […]

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[SHOT 2023] Valhalla Tactical SOL Light Mount, Lights, & SCRS MountValhalla Tactical has been making their own light mounts and light bodies. Well, they have expanded their light options like the SOL (Selectable Orientation Light) light mount as well as manufacture their own light heads. With regards to their optic mounts, they already have an adapter plate for the Holosun SCRS. The SOL light mount is […]

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In This Episode
  • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
    • the amicus brief that Operation Blazing Sword – Pink Pistols and others filed opposing Oregon’s Measure 114;
    • a mass shooting in California, and what it tells us about gun control;
    • a judge putting a hold on Illinois’ Assault Weapons Ban — sort of;
    • a discovery about pistol braces and 922(r) compliance;
    • and Alec Baldwin being charged for the shooting death of Halyna Hutchins.
  • Weer’d interviews Clark, a gun store employee in California, to talk about a new pistol just added to the restrictive CA Handgun Roster — and it’s a SIG P320!
  • Weer’d also interviews Logan Metesh of High Caliber History to talk about a chilling change on the NRA bylaws that allows the liquidation of the guns in the NRA Firearm Museum for any reason.

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This is a video from the Boone County, Indiana Sheriff showing 30 shots fired at aimed shooting speed from a pistol and an AR-15 showing how little difference LCMs actually make in bullets on target.

The pistol demo uses 15,10, and 6 round magazines to fire 30 rounds.

The AR-15 uses a 20 and 10 round magazines. 

The total time difference is trivial.  From a practical standpoint this means an LCM Ban is not a killer for self-defense.  It also means the LCM bans do nothing.

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Accommodation is NOT Equity

by Midwest Chick in Non-Original Rants at 06:30, Monday, 30 January

 So I had someone tell me that providing a Spanish translator, wheelchair ramps, and such is considered to be equity.  I consider those things to be accommodation.  

The left always is changing the definition of words to mean something else (and sometimes dictionaries follow suit, like they did with 'vaccination').  Or how sexual assault went from actual forced sexual contact to a whistle or being asked on a date.

It's to give their ideas legitimacy.  But providing a translator is not justice and it's not fairness.  It's providing a service.  

Wheelchair ramps are a matter of law and accommodation--not justice or fairness.  As Divemedic points out, equity means the same outcome, unlike equality, which is the same standard.  Nothing about justice in that.

This is the game that the left plays to give their ideas gravitas.


Eastridge 2.5 Second Standards

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 06:41, Monday, 30 January

I got this drill from my friend Bryan Eastridge of the EDC Belt Company.  I really like drills like this that have the same set par time for each stage.  They make for very simple and efficient shooting sessions.  Here’s the drill:

 

Each stage has a set par of 2.5 Seconds

25yd-Draw and Fire 1 round to the head box. Utilize the entire head box.

15yd- Draw and Fire 2 rounds to the A-Zone

10yds- Draw Fire 3 rounds to the A-Zone

7yds- Draw Fire 2 Rounds to the A-Zone 1 Round to the head box (entire box)

5yds- From Low Ready Fire 3 Rounds to the A-Zone 1 Round to the Head Box

5yds- Low Ready Strong Hand Only Fire 2 Rounds to the A-Zone

 

This exercise is not a pass/fail. It is aimed at finding your ability to execute an action on demand and expose failure points in your marksmanship skill and your ability to shoot from a draw and a low ready.

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Romanian Orita Model 1941/48

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 08:27, Monday, 30 January

The Orita SMG was designed by a Romanian Army Captian Marin Orita in 1941, and went into service in 1943. It was used primarily in Southern Europe in late WW2 with Romanian forces. It was a wood-stocked, simple blowback, 9x19mm weapon. As originally designed, the Model 1941 Orita was not drop-safe, and this was addressed in a 1948 upgrade program. That upgrade made a number of changes. It replaced the manual safety lever with a grip safety (which locked the bolt in place when not depressed, thus rendering the gun drop safe). It also replaced the one-piece wood stock with a strengthened metal wrist, and eliminated the semiauto selector lever.

The total known production is unknown (to me, at least), but virtually all of the 1941 patterns guns were updated to the 1948 standard. The Orita would serve in the Romanian Army until the 1950s, and in various reserve forces for several decades ...

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[SHOT 2023] Geissele GFR Maritime RECCE and Stratomatch 6mm ARC Rifles (1)At SHOT Show 2023, Geissele Automatics displayed a number of their government contract rifles as well as a pair of civilian market guns chambered in 6mm ARC (Advanced Rifle Cartridge), the GFR Maritime RECCE and GFR Stratomatch, that are also based on DoD contract guns. Let’s take a closer look. Geissele @ TFB: Geissele Wins Customs […]

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[SHOT 2023] New Products from Luth-AR

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 04:44, Monday, 30 January

[SHOT 2023] New Products from Luth-ARLuth-AR had a number of new products on display at this year’s SHOT Show. We’ve already looked at their handy Modular Chassis Assembly (or MCA-22) but they also have a number of new accessories for your AR. These included the ambidextrous Wing Grip and the new left-handed ‘Chubby’ grip. Luth-AR explained that the Wing Grip is designed with […]

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Outdoor writer Nancy Keaton spent a day on the range at the Boulder City Rifle and Pistol Club, in Boulder City, Nevada. This event is sponsored by the National Shooting Sports Foundation and aligns with its annual Shooting, Hunting Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show. It offers gun writers and other media the experience of shooting new firearms and ammo from various companies. Nancy came with an assignment to find and shoot the new TaurusTX 22 Compact. She left with further anticipation to spend more time with this steady and reliable .22 on the range in the near future.

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Preparedness Notes for Monday — January 30, 2023

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:05, Monday, 30 January

Retired actor Eugene “Gene” Allen Hackman was born January 30, 1930. He retired from acting, because of stress issues. January 30th is also the birthday of historian Barbara Tuchman (born 1912, died February 6, 1989). She wrote some very engaging history books. And January 30th, 1925 was the birthday of Douglas Engelbart, who invented the computer mouse. — Sales of the latest edition of the SurvivalBlog Archive waterproof USB stick have been more rapid than anticipated.  I now expect them to sell out within 10 days. If you want any, then order them soon! We might not manufacture a second …

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Pietta M1858 .44 Remington Replica, by Thomas Christianson

by Thomas Christianson in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:04, Monday, 30 January

Last summer, I tested a Pietta Blackpowder M1858 .44 Remington replica that I acquired from the Elk Creek Company. It was fun to shoot, interesting from a historical perspective, and is not classed as a “firearm” under Federal law. If there were a long-term technological setback, it would be easier to manufacture ammo for this replica than it would be for my more modern firearms. Although shooting cap and ball revolvers is fun, loading them is a somewhat time-consuming process. It is easy to understand why most people select cartridge handguns over cap and ball revolvers if they have the …

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Recipe of the Week: Non-GMO Biscuit Mix

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:03, Monday, 30 January

The following recipe comes to us from SurvivalBlog reader SaraSue.  It is for a homemade non-GMO biscuit mix powder. It is intended to replace commercially-made mixes such as Bisquick, that could include some genetically modified organism (GMO) grain. SaraSue notes: “If you read the packaging on a box of Bisquick, it will state that there are genetically modified ingredients in it. I purchase non-GMO ingredients from Azure Standard.” Yields: About 25 cups Ingredients One 5-pound bag of non-GMO all-purpose flour. (19 to 20 cups)3¾ cups buttermilk powder⅔ cup baking powder½ cup cane sugar (or organic sugar — this is optional, but …

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Economics & Investing For Preppers

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:02, Monday, 30 January

Here are the latest news items and commentary on current economics news, market trends, stocks, investing opportunities, and the precious metals markets. In this column, JWR also covers hedges, derivatives, and various obscura. Most of these items are from JWR’s “tangibles heavy” contrarian perspective. Today, we look at copper supply and prices. (See the Commodities section.) Precious Metals: John Rubino: Gold Or Silver? o  o  o Arkadiusz Sieroń, at Gold-Eagle.com: The Fed’s Crossroads – Hawkish or Dovish? JWR’s Comments:  My appraisal is that the Fed will be pressured by the U.S. Treasury to relent on raising interest rates, most likely  …

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The Editors’ Quote of the Day:

by James Wesley Rawles in SurvivalBlog.com at 02:01, Monday, 30 January

“The farther one gets into the wilderness, the greater is the attraction of its lonely freedom.” – Theodore Roosevelt

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[SHOT 2023] New American Made AKs from Kalashnikov USA

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 01:01, Monday, 30 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves is at Kalashnikov USA to see what new releases KUSA has for 2023. AKs in 5.56mm and 5.45mm are on the menu, as well as a few other selections. ««« GEAR USED IN THIS VIDEO »»» • Apparel: All TFBTV apparel is sponsored by 5.11 Tactical. Click below […]

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Sunday, 29 January

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Source Needed

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 16:18, Sunday, 29 January

I have read that Custer's men were armed with single-shot rifles compared the repeating rifles of their attackers because the Army believed repeating rifles would encourage wasteful shooting practices.  (This is a rather logical assumption; panic may cause you to replace accurate shots with many poorly aimed shots.)  Does anyone have a source for that?

Counting the cost

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 20:00, Sunday, 29 January

The decision of the DC FedGov and other NATO members to send main battle tanks to Ukraine reveals a lot about the poor, immoral behavior of the Western World’s elites.

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[SHOT 2023] New CVA Cascade XT And Paramount Pro ModelsBergara sister company CVA continues to roll out new bolt action rifles and muzzleloaders. Their new Cascade XT and Paramount Pro V2 were both present at Industry Day At The Range of SHOT Show 2023. [SHOT 2023] New CVA Cascade XT And Paramount Pro Models The Cascade series of rifles are made in Spain. The […]

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[SHOT 2023] New Safety Harbor KES Stock For APC-9

by Daniel Y in The Firearm Blog at 19:00, Sunday, 29 January

[SHOT 2023] New Safety Harbor KES Stock For APC-9Safety Harbor Firearms continues to expand the lineup of Kompact Entry Stock (KES) with the addition of a Brugger & Thomet APC-9 model. Safety Harbor makes KES stocks and stabilizing braces for many popular PCC options. These include the CZ Scorpion, Grand Power Stribog, MP-5 and MP-5K, and Sig Sauer MPX. B&T has captured a […]

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[SHOT 2023] New ZEV Pistols for 2023

by James Reeves in The Firearm Blog at 17:01, Sunday, 29 January

In this episode of TFBTV, James Reeves is at SHOT Show 2023 with Jerry of ZEV to talk about the new pistols and chassis systems that ZEV Technologies is launching in 2023. ZEV is adding a second generation to its OZ9 chassis systems and launching multiple configurations and price points. See today’s video to learn […]

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