Tuesday, 18 December


Seattle homelessness spending tops $90 million:

In 2015, the year former Mayor Ed Murray declared a state of emergency over homelessness, Seattle budgeted about $50 million to address the crisis. Four years later, Mayor Jenny Durkan’s recently released budget proposal calls for about $90 million in homelessness spending next year, and Seattle’s City Council is looking to add more.


It’s a extremely basic lesson of economics. If you subsidize something you will get more of it. By making it easier for people to live with little or no income more people are tempted to go that route and to move here from other places....

Congress cannot ban rubber bands (well they could but I do not think Staples would allow it), but they can ban semiautomatic rifles.  Banning bump stocks is certainly less burdensome to gun owners than banning semiauto rifles.  Time to stockpile hefty rubber bands!

The complaint is here.

And amazingly, YouTube has not taken it down.

Darn: Amazon does not seem to have woodland camo rubber bands.

Life in the Glass House

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:33, Tuesday, 18 December

State Sen. Kevin Parker ordered a government aide to kill herself Tuesday in a public tweet that has since been deleted. [More]
This is the corrupt punk who wants to use social media posts to ban people from owning guns,

[Via Felix B]

What Did Goldfinger Say?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:26, Tuesday, 18 December

The White House School Safety Commission’s report recommends gun confiscation orders as part of an overarching response to mass shootings in gun-free schools. [More]
Once is happenstance...?

Twice is coincidence...?

The third time is what, again?

What is going on with this guy?

[Via Wynn A

Make America Wait Again

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:18, Tuesday, 18 December

[More]What a time to be pushing friends away.

Felons by Spring

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 12:06, Tuesday, 18 December

The new regulations, which were signed by acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker, will take effect 90 days after being published in the Federal Register. A Justice Department official said that would likely happen Friday. [More]
We'll just see about that.

[Via ...

The Trumpening

by SayUncle in SayUncle at 13:45, Tuesday, 18 December

So, Trump’s DOJ unilaterally and unlawfully banned bump stocks. This could be done by congress, I would think. But I don’t know that this will stand. In other news, if you have a bumpstock, you’ll be a felon in 90 days if you don’t turn it in or destroy it.

So, where’s my national reciprocity and hearing protection act I was promised?


by SayUncle in SayUncle at 13:41, Tuesday, 18 December

A judge in NY ruled they are protected by the second amendment. And, quite amazingly, this:

Evidence introduced during the trial showed that at least 64,890 wood or metal nunchucks were sold in the United States in the past 23 years.

Well, if that’s a criteria for “in common use”, I’ll take it.

Keeping an unsecured gun in your car is not the best idea

by SayUncle in SayUncle at 13:35, Tuesday, 18 December

So, in Memphis, the police chief wants to ban guns in cars. Because they get stolen.

Gun Porn

by SayUncle in SayUncle at 13:34, Tuesday, 18 December

Bump stock ban challenged in court

in Of Arms and the Law at 12:20, Tuesday, 18 December

Filings here. It was filed a few hours ago.

and we might not have to deal with them!"
Read it.  Breakables and 'desire to purchase rope' warnings in effect.  This is a small part of it:
From rapes to arsons to guns, Florida’s school districts are hiding countless crimes that take place on campus, defying state laws and leaving parents with the false impression that children are safer than they are.

Many serious offenses — and even minor ones — are never reported to the state as required, an investigation by the South Florida Sun Sentinel found. A staggering number of schools report no incidents at all — no bullying, no trespassing, nothing.
The state largely takes the districts at their word, and state law provides no penalties for administrators who allow the lies to continue. Several districts pledged to change their ways only when confront...

This guy should get a Nobel Prize

by D.W. Drang in The Clue Meter at 11:41, Tuesday, 18 December

And/or a Medal of Freedom.


I love his line about "over-engineering revenge."

NASA. Get it? Space?

Shoulder-Fired S5K Rockets

by Marawan Maklad in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Tuesday, 18 December

The S5 rocket family is unguided Soviet-made air-to-ground rockets and which comes in different warhead variants, primarily S5M (fragmentation warhead) and S5K (HEAT) warhead. The rocket is 55mm caliber but launched from 57mm tube, and is normally used by jet fighters, bombers and helicopters. You can learn more about the rocket design and construction at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-5_rocket. […]

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Good precedent

by Joe in The View From North Central Idaho at 10:41, Tuesday, 18 December

Via email from Rolf.

Federal court declares New York ban on nunchucks unconstitutional

A federal court says New York’s ban on nunchucks, the martial arts weapon made famous by Bruce Lee but prohibited in the state for decades, is unconstitutional under the Second Amendment.

The more things which declared protected the easier it is to make the case than things just a little bit “up the ladder” are protected also.

It’s sad we have to start so low in some jurisdictions but it’s good we are getting decisions in our favor.

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Sanity Disproves Mark Twain

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 07:56, Tuesday, 18 December

:In the first place God made idiots. This was for practice. Then he made School Boards."  

12/17/18 Fox News channel 19:

BLANCHESTER, OH (FOX19) - A Clinton County school district is the latest in the Tri-State to allow teachers and other staff members to carry guns.

No Surprise on This One

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 07:53, Tuesday, 18 December

12/18/18 Orlando Sentinel reports that:

A federal judge says Broward schools and the Sheriff’s Office had no legal duty to protect students during the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School.'
U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom dismissed a suit filed by 15 students who claimed they were traumatized by the crisis in February. The suit named six defendants, includ...

JAMES M. MALONEY v. MADELINE SINGAS, Nassau County District Attorney 03–CV–786 (PKC)(AYS) (E.D.N.Y. 2018) struck down the New York State ban on possession of nunchakus based on nunchakus being protected by the Second Amendment, because they are arms in common use for lawful purposes.  Guarantee that New York State will appeal.

More on Gun-Related Deaths 2017: The New Math of Hysteria?

by Dave Workman in Liberty Park Press at 08:09, Tuesday, 18 December


Funny, You Should Ask

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 14:27, Tuesday, 18 December

Bob F asked in comments:

What, no cornbread fingers pan? :-)
Yeah, I have some of those, although I never could make cornbread in them.  Momma had one she used for cornbread, but I never had much luck.

However, my cornbread stick pans are used for a noble purpose.  Lead.  Specifically, ingots for bullet casting.  My cornbread mold is dedicated to wheelweight  ingots.  I have a square ingot mold that is dedicated to pure lead, and I have a round, breadstick pan that it dedicated to linotype allow for very hard bullets.  I wrote a blog post about it in 2010.

So, yeah, I have a cornbrea...

Isn't it Good Norwegian Wood?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:01, Tuesday, 18 December

This self-delusion about Islam can take extreme forms. Glazov mentions the Norwegian activist Karsten Nordal Hauken, whose main response, after being anally raped by a Somali migrant, was to feel profound guilt over his rapist’s subsequent deportation. [More]
This biological dead-end is just an outlier. Useful idiots intent on subjecting us all to their delusions are everywhere.

[Via Mack H]

A Preventable 'Reign of Terror'

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:48, Tuesday, 18 December

Garcia has a lengthy criminal record that dates back to 2002, including charges for illegal firearm possession and meth, according to the Fresno Bee. Before his 2014 deportation, Garcia had three Immigration and Customs Enforcement violations. Boudreaux wouldn’t confirm Garcia's immigration status at the time of his death or what country Garcia originated from. *
Why the hell not?

Boy, if this doesn't call for disarming you and me, I don't know what does.

[Via Wynn A

* Fox News does not allow access to Blogger links. To read, copy and paste: 
How Republicans Have Damaged the 2nd Amendment- 12 Firearms News Articles That You Should Read [More]
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A Broader Effort

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 14:23, Tuesday, 18 December

With backing from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and key chairmen, Democrats will move to require federal background checks on all gun sales, part of a broader effort by the party to advance long-stalled gun control measures. [More]
You know, that "slippery slope" we're "paranoid" about...

And Swampublican turncoats will be happy to join them.

It Happens Every Time

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:39, Tuesday, 18 December

Democratic gains raise odds for gun control in Minnesota [More]
You don't say.

Good thing this has nothing to do with that "single issue."

Healing from Internalized Whiteness [More]
Meet "the teacher":
As a person with multiple marginalized identities...
So are we talking "Three Faces of Eve" or "The Exorcist" here...?

[Via Mack H]

It's Academic

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:21, Tuesday, 18 December

The Network of Concerned Academics claims that the Trump administration has “manufactured a media crisis around issues of free speech.”  [More]
And to prove it. they're going to shut down anyone who disagrees.

[Via Michael G]

For 2 years I felt like a fraud as a Republican [More]
You are a fraud. Posing as a Republican was an effect, not a cause.

[Via Mack H]


by Mas in at 08:36, Tuesday, 18 December

Mankind has probably personalized his weapons since the first Cro-Magnon put his mark on his club.  Nothing makes a gift or presentation firearm more of a keepsake than the recipient’s name engraved thereon. And, yes, that can be an expensive … Read more

Crimson Trace® laser sights and tactical lights are well-known by firearms owners for meeting or exceeding their many product needs and demands in the self-defense market. The Oregon-based firearms accessory industry leader continues to offer numerous Rail Master™ laser sights and Rail Master™ Pro laser sights and lights combinations. These sights and lights will equip nearly any firearm with a standard accessory rail.


Bump-Stock-Type Devices now banned

by Carl Bussjaeger in The Zelman Partisans at 10:27, Tuesday, 18 December

Acting AG Whittaker signed the rule today.

I will be posting more, after I’ve read the entire 157 page document.

So far, the ban appears to rest on this:

The ruling determined that the phrase “single function of the trigger” in the statutory definition of”machinegun” was best interpreted to mean a “single pull of the trigger.”

They transferred the “definition” of machinegun from the device to the user.

More later.

ADDED: 12/18/2018, 17:27ET: I am working on a detailed analysis, which I’ll publish later as a separate post. It’s bad, but there’s some mildly amusing — to me anyway — stuff in there.

Carl is an unpaid TZP volunteer. If you found this post useful, please consider dropping something in his tip jar. He could really use the money, what with truck repairs and recurring bills. And the rabbits need feed. Truck insurance, lest I be forced to se...

2A victory on "nunchuck sticks"

in Of Arms and the Law at 09:08, Tuesday, 18 December

Malone v. Singas, Eastern District of NY. The court finds that nunchucks are 2A-protected (or to be more exact, presumes that as arms they are protected, and the government failed to refute this), that they are in common-enough use, and that the government has produced no evidence that they are used in crime to the point where anyone could care.

It's rather typical of modern-day rulings in that it takes 32 pages to say this.....

I wrote a thousand words.  Here's a picture instead.

Both say the same thing.

How Women See Men (And Vice Versa)

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 08:25, Tuesday, 18 December

A Russian Reenactor Takes Out a Drone with a Spear

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 08:21, Tuesday, 18 December

“Bermuda Triangle of the Himalayas”, Sure!

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 07:17, Tuesday, 18 December

Full-of-crap Outside Magazine peddles a magical mystery tale about disappearing tourists in the Himalayas.

There is only one road in and out of the Parvati Valley. It’s a narrow track—roughly paved in parts, washed-out dirt in others—along which rattletrap buses swerve and screech to a crawl with inches to spare as they pass. Mountains rise up one side, and cliffs drop precipitously down the other, often hundreds of feet to the Parvati River below. The milky blue waters, named after a benevolent Hindu goddess of fertility and devotion, seem inviting but can be a powerful, violent force.

The valley’s hillside hamlets and postcard mountai...

Federal RegisterA new ATF documented posted today outlines the final ruling, officially banning bump stock devices once posted to the federal register. Signed by Acting Attorney General Matthew G. Whitaker, the narrative for the final rule change is 157 pages long and includes an analysis of comments submitted both in support and against a rule change, […]

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US DHS Awards Federal Premium $75 Million .223 Rem Ammo Contract

by Adam Scepaniak in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Tuesday, 18 December

contractFederal Premium has been acquiring a lot of ammunition contracts throughout 2018 of notable size and prominence. The most recent contract being one for a staggering $75 Million with the United States Department of Homeland Security (US DHS). The Press Release from Federal Premium ammunition can be read below detailing it further: ANOKA, Minnesota – Federal […]

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Top 5 Most Expensive Guns Sold in December 2018 Rock Island Premiere Firearms AuctionToday I am introducing to our readers another installment from our series of articles about most expensive firearms sold in the major US auction houses. Last month, we discussed some of the most interesting, rare and unique lots consigned to the Rock Island December 2018 Premiere Firearms Auction. In this article, we’ll take a look at the five […]

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Fire Control Unit Unveils AR320 – P320 based AR15

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 07:00, Tuesday, 18 December

Fire Control Unit is the company that transforms your P320 fire control unit (trigger box) into a small PDW weapon. They just posted this photo on Instagram and Facebook. At the top, they tease something called the AR320. Fire Control Unit started by capitalizing on the modularity of the P320 platform. Since the Sig Sauer […]

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POTD: Border Guards with China’s QBZ-03 Rifle

by Matthew Moss in The Firearm Blog at 07:00, Tuesday, 18 December

qbz03 border guardsToday we have some photos of China’s 5.8×42mm QBZ-03 rifle. The photo above posted on 81.cn, described as “the only news portal of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army approved by the central military commission.” The QBZ-03 was developed in the late 1990s and entered somewhat limited service in 2003 with some PLA units. It feeds from […]

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The Canadian gun-ban debate may prove instructive for Americans looking to avoid the consequences of hasty, emotion-driven gun legislation. Three lessons can be gleaned, with each highlighting the pitfalls of a distorted national conversation and the ineffective legislation it breeds.

Lesson 1: A failure to recognize past failures dictates calls for more restrictive legislation.

Lesson 2: Politicians prefer grand gestures over measured policies.

Lesson 3: Long term and secondary consequences are rarely considered.

Vincent Harinam & Gary Mauser
December 17, 2018
Canada’s Impending Gun Ban: Three Lessons for the U.S.
[I think there analysis is pretty good for the majority of the population who isn’t already committed to a side. The pro-freedom people already see the path we are being guided down as leading to disaster.

The anti-freedom people see the above “lessons” as features to snooker the sheep and ...

“WHOA! Whoawhoawhoa…”

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 06:10, Tuesday, 18 December

“Dude. I’m going back inside now.”

It rained last night, and also overnight. Then the water on the porch floor froze. Also the water on the stairs. Also the water on the railings and handrail. I stepped outside at seven and slid all the way to the rail, happily keeping the rubber side down this time. Aaand went right the hell back inside. Laddie and I will talk walkies when the sun comes up – and possibly use the back door on the sunny side of the cabin. That’ll be entertaining – I’m pretty sure he doesn’t suspect that door even exists since I haven’t unbarred it since the end of building season.

A Bold Move

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:52, Tuesday, 18 December

In a bold move to address its affordable-housing crisis and confront a history of racist housing practices, Minneapolis has decided to eliminate single-family zoning, a classification that has long perpetuated segregation. [More]
Well that'll ensure a dependent constituency. And result in more flight, reduced property values and... I guess developers bribe better than house realtors?

Hey, who thinks "gun violence" will go down?

[Via Mack H]

Virginia sheriff's captain arrested for child porn gets no jail time [More]
At least now we know what he was doing after he made it home at the end of his shift...

But wait: the source story points to a problematic scarcity of evidence.

I say we apply the Chief Shaw standard.

 [Via Jeffers...

A Fair and Equitable Process...

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:30, Tuesday, 18 December

...Opposite Day "progressive"-style... [More]

Chief Shaw's attitude sure is telling:

“From my experience and knowledge, people just don’t say that people made terroristic threats out of nowhere,” he said of the anonymous complainants. “It has to come or stem from something, so you have to help us out here.”
What could go wrong?

[Via Mack H]

Not the 'Only Ones'

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:11, Tuesday, 18 December

Oregon GOP Official Suggests Hiring Private Militias as Security for Republicans [More]
The author seems all over the board on that, and the Three Percenters photo caption pretty much shows subject matter ignorance resulting in the spreading of misinformation.

[Via William T]

Your Tax Dollars at Work

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 05:57, Tuesday, 18 December

[More]You'll be happy to know those tasked with disarmament have all the tools they need to make it home at the end of their shift after prevailing at yours.


Your Lying Eyes

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 05:30, Tuesday, 18 December

Nvidia’s Scary AI Generates Humans That Look 100% Real [More]
True, as with all tools, the potential for victimizing others through abuse exists.

Anyone who can't be trusted with AI...

On the plus side, who needs overprivileged useful idiot "Hollywood stars" anymore?

Papen Smear

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 05:31, Tuesday, 18 December

Controversial Playboy model Marisa Papen is arrested for nude photos of her being crucified on a cross at the Vatican [More]
Pull that offensive stunt at Al-Haram Mosque, you stupid piece of attention-seeking meat, and get crucified for real.

Eyes Pried Open

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 04:25, Tuesday, 18 December

This is a guest post from my friend and long time Federal Law Enforcement officer, John Hearne.  John is a gifted instructor and skilled tactician.  In this post, he reviews a book written by a guy who quit the FBI after a couple years of service.  Things seem to keep getting progressively worse.  These are the types of candidates we are seeing in all fields of police work these days.




A lot of us in law enforcement love to make fun of the FBI.


The Bureau is famous for hiring people who no aptitude for law enforcement who bumble round and screw up everything but are respected bureaucrats. If we’re honest, we can also cite FBI agents we’ve met who are very squared away and a credit to the profession. I think we’ve all wondered how one agency can be occupied by so many people at the extremes.


I recently got a very interesting view into this question after reading a book called “Eyes Pried Open: Rookie FBI Agent” by Vincent Sellers. The author of the book worked in corporate America but had a lifelong dream o...

In this final part of the series titled “Fairies and Firearms,” where we travel from then Isle of Skye in Scotland to Worcestershire in England and then, over to the west, to Yorkshire, you will see what it means to go on a proper British pheasant driven shooting experience. They don’t call them hunts. Hunts are for larger game animals, and are usually called stalks. In this case, as guests of The Shotgun & Chelsea Bun Club (Bun Club), my hubby and I traveled from the club’s conference site in Worcestershire to Ripley, Yorkshire. Victoria Knowles Lacks, the founder of the Bun Club, invited us to join her to experience driven shooting at its finest.

As luck would have it, her brother-in-law, Dave Cockshott, is the gamekeeper of Ripley Castle. Her sister, Caroline, helps him to hold the various events throughout the year — as well as runs a household, and has a few side businesses on her own. She is a mum on the go, with 2 young boys and dogs and energy everywhere.

Throughout this series, I’ve relied on photos to tell the story. Even they fa...

Florida cops get “Stand Your Ground,” too

by Carl Bussjaeger in The Zelman Partisans at 04:00, Tuesday, 18 December

The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that “Stand Your Ground” (SYG) self-defense protections extend to police officers, as well as civilians. I’m going to make two points about this.

1. DUH!

Police officers are persons, too. Of course they’re entitled to the same rights as any other person. That’s a no-brainer.

2. This police shooting was not a SYG situation.

SYG — despite common mischaracterizations in the anti-rights media — is not a “shoot first any time you panic” defense. All it does is two things.

The first: If you are in a situation in which you would otherwise be allowed to use defensive force, you don’t have to try to outrun the bad guy — or his speeding bullets — before defending yourself.

The second: By invoking SYG, the defender no longer has to prove his innocence. It becomes up to t...

The Bill for Our Rights

by DRGO in Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership at 05:00, Tuesday, 18 December

[Ed: We have published this piece annually since 2015 for Bill of Rights Day each December 15. The  Bill’s Second Amendment is the reason for our being, in more ways than one.] On Saturday we all should have been jubilantly celebrating the 226th anniversary of the ratification of the Bill of Rights, the original 10 […]

Michelle Obama at Princeton

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 06:18, Tuesday, 18 December

Zoltan Newberry, an older Princeton alumn, commented on Michelle Obama’s Princeton career on Quora.

Like Michelle Obama, I was a very fortunate high school student who got into Princeton. When I visited for my admissions interview I couldn’t believe how beautiful the campus was and how smart all the students looked. It just got better and better once I was there, and as I discovered nooks and crannies and trails and fields and meadows which made the campus a wonderful place to relax under a tree ...

Bert and I: On Socialism

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 05:57, Tuesday, 18 December

1st sketch: 0:00 to 0:58:

Eban Robay went down to the Tremont Temple in Boston one Saturday night to hear Norman Thomas speak. Next Monday he was preaching Socialism to Enoch Turner over the back fence:

“You know, Enoch,” he was sayin’, “under Socialism a person shares everything.”

“You mean to say, Eban, that if you had two farms you’d give me one of them?”

“Ayup, Enoch, if I had two farms, I’d give you one of them.”

“You mean to say, Eban, if you had two hay rakes you’d give me one of them?”

“Ayup, Enoch, if I had two hay rakes I’d give you one of them.”

“Or if you had two hogs, Eban, would you give me one of them?”



Bob Bryan passed away recently at 87, and was commemorated with a posting from ...

Self-defense Is Legal in South Carolina

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:14, Tuesday, 18 December

JusticeThis decision was made at light-speed, considering the shooting took place on Decembe...

Pink Pistols in Minnesota

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:59, Tuesday, 18 December


This is What a Hero Looks Like

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:44, Tuesday, 18 December

No greater love… Authorities: Woman dies in Roseville fire saving grandson.

Lachesha Cannon, who lives in the apartment complex, told The Macomb Daily she heard a child screaming “fire, fire” and looked outside to see flames coming from a first-floor unit. She says the grandmother, who used a wheelchair, was “crawling on the ground trying to push him outside.”

The grandmother succumb to smoke inhalation. The kid was treated at the hospital, and is expected to be OK.

Ammunition Evaluation: Ethiopian .30-06

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 05:27, Tuesday, 18 December

Century International Arms has imported a quantity of Ethiopian ammunition, and asked me to do a video on it. So, I have a three-part evaluation here: appearance and packaging, live fire testing (including velocity and consistency), and teardown and bullet weight consistency. This ammunition was produced (as best I can tell) at the Emperor Haile Selassie Ammunition Factory, established with Czech technical aid in the late 1940s in Addis Ababa. This ammunition is all headstamped 1977, made for a variety of American surplus rifles and machine guns acquired by Ethiopia including the M1 Garand, M1917 and M1919 machine guns, and M1918A2 BAR. I received this ammunition packaged in 15-round loose boxes as well as in M1 Garand en bloc clips and bandoliers.


I tested velocity using a .30-06 M1917 Enfield rifle (barrel length 26 inches). Measurements were taken at 10 feet from the muzzle, with a sample size of 15 rounds fired. I found an average...

Hk416Ok, so if you can’t tell from the pictures, the new U.S. available genuine Heckler & Koch 416 rifles are chambered in a less potent .22 caliber round than we are normally accustomed to seeing in the hands of police and military around the world. Even so, these rimfire .22LR HK416 guns will sell like […]

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Buddy at work got himself an FN .45.  (Bought it at the PX?) He is kinda new to shooting and is worried about gun safety.  He likes the decocker feature.   He wished his S&W M&P had a way to decock the hammer.

I told him the good news.  The Smith doesn't HAVE a hammer!   Ta-da!

He was doing show and tell with an older inlaw that had spent 30 years in the Royal Navy.  Before handing it to the Faulklands vet he un-magazined it and checked the chamber to be sure it was empty.

And good thing, too.

Just because you are a 30 year military veteran doesn't mean you won't muzzle every thing you can see in a matter of 2 seconds.  So a training timeout was called and the two went over the safety brief together one more time for the first time.

I mean, I am sure their are plenty of longtime .mil folks that haven't even touched a pistol.  Especially things like ...

Monday, 17 December


Essentially, they said to file a police report with my local police, even though I gave the name and address of the San Jose resident who opened a FedEx account in my name (or rather Clayton Cramer LLC, which does not exist) on Dec. 3, and then used my credit card number two days later.

But the time to load ads and even block them with ad blockers is making many newspapers unreadable online.  Yet their advertising is based on page views.  At some point, casual readers will stop.


Old Cast Iron

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 16:56, Monday, 17 December

I've been looking at cast iron cookware sites recently, ad a couple of nights ago decided to look at our personal collection, which is mainly a using collection of Lodge cookware. There is nothing wrong with Lodge cookware once you get past their current practice of pre-seasoning their cookware, which feels about like a truck bed liner.  Some of their earlier stuff is very slick indeed, and Belle had some pieces hanging int he rack which were crusty, from decades of cooking and baking.  With her permission, I decided to clean them using the oven cleaning method.

Using the oven cleaning method, you basically put the pieces into your oven and set it on the automatic cleaning cycle.  When it cools the cookware is clean, with all the crusty bits reduced to ash.  Wash it thoroughly and re-season it, ad it looks as good as new.  I did that, and sure enough, it worked fine.  I put them in the oven last night, and when I came home from work today, I washed them, and did one re-seasoning.


The Thank God It’s Monday Linkfest

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 19:36, Monday, 17 December

Claire Wolfe and her Living Freedom Blog starts us off with Monday links.

  • Eric Peters on the inscrutable god Goo-Guhl and his rule over the Internet.
  • They’re tiny. They’re adorable. They have no electric service, toilet, or shower. They’re crammed cheek-by-jowl with other one-room cabins. They’re going for well over $300k apiece. (And no, they’re not in San Francisco, Manhattan, or Seattle.)
  • Hahaha. For you SuperGrinches out there, here’s a jolly gingerbread house straight out of The Shining. Incredible detail!

Even more from The Other McCain and Wombat-socho: In The Mailbox: 12.17.18.

EBL: Obamacare Challenge – Don’t Get Your Hopes Up
Twitchy: New York Times Doing Their Part To Mainstream Raging Anti-Semitism
Louder With Crowder: MSNBC Uses Video From Obaam Years To Claim Trump Is Cruel To Illegal Immigrants

Doug Ross has ...

retrogradeMossberg has introduced a NEW 500 Persuader and 590A1 through what they are calling a Retrograde Shotgun Series. The Connecticut-based firearms manufacturer has launched the line to commemorate the company’s 100th anniversary. This new series is unveiling just these 2 shotguns at the moment and are giving them a nostalgic once-over with wood furniture and […]

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Commies gonna commie

by SayUncle in SayUncle at 14:09, Monday, 17 December

I concur

by SayUncle in SayUncle at 14:07, Monday, 17 December

The NRA has a soft spot for the police and for good reason and politics. However, they should probably address the bad shoots that officers are involved in. Not completely off topic, but it made me laugh:


by SayUncle in SayUncle at 14:02, Monday, 17 December

A judge has ruled that Obamacare is illegal. I guess we’ll see how it fares at SCOTUS. It didn’t go my way the last time.

Gun Porn

by SayUncle in SayUncle at 13:58, Monday, 17 December


The story in text here:

For 15 years, the Old Bridge resident has put on a massive 70,000 Christmas light show. But, this year, instead of attracting visitors, the display brought out what Tom calls “Holiday Scrooges.”

“I mean, what else can you have? It’s Christmas lights. I mean, who wouldn’t be happy seeing Christmas lights?” asked Apruzzi. 
Well, the Township, for one. Mayor Owen Henry, in a recent statement, said Tom will need to pay up – roughly $2,000 a night. 
“I have always held the same position stating that the show was a go, but with proper safety measures.” 
“I’m not, if you want public safety on the streets, you are going to have to take care of public safety. Y...

The new Army uniforms look pretty sharp

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 13:32, Monday, 17 December

Story here.  Now if the Navy would just go back to their old uniforms, we'd really be getting somewhere.

"Stupid Is as Stupid Does"

by Jerry The Geek in Cogito Ergo Geek at 15:35, Monday, 17 December

You may recall Forrest Gump saying that line.

But now New Jersey has decided to compound their institutional stupidity:

 Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik slammed New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy over a gun law that bans off-duty officers in the state from carrying magazines holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition. Kerik tweeted a leaked memo to law enforcement signed by Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo, which said violating the law would result in a fourth-degree crime.
NJ cops are protesting this law, on the grounds that it puts them at a severe disadvantage when they encounter criminal actions during off-duty hours and are required (by their terms of service) to intercede when possible.

The cops are also uncomfortable because the laws reduces their ability to defend themselves as "private citizens".


Ours is Not to Reason Why?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:07, Monday, 17 December

Martyr Without A Discernible Cause [More]
Dare we ask "Why?"

I have a feeling it's not because of this.

News You Can Wipe With

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:58, Monday, 17 December

This one.

And it appears those tasked with informing the public had no idea who the players were or what they were looking at...

Teach Your Children Well

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:58, Monday, 17 December

It was his understanding that his daughter was angry when she got to school and told her teacher of the spanking, and her teacher reported it to her school. [More]
Good child  of the state! Informing on your parents is an old "progressive" tradition!

And it turns out there are "doubts" about Arambula's public statements.

That'd be a shame if a California Democrat became a prohibited person, don't you think?

In the Beginning...

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:47, Monday, 17 December

Full Measure’s Sharyl Attkisson originally reported the government’s Fast and Furious (then referred to as “Project Gunrunner”) connection to Agent Terry’s murder in southern Arizona. [More]
Wanna put money on that?

[Via Keith B]

Just Securing the Power Here...

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:20, Monday, 17 December

Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper on Friday vetoed legislation implementing a voter photo identification mandate that was added to the state's constitution in a recent referendum, teeing up a likely veto override by Republican lawmakers. [More]
So will we hear a word from any "gun groups" on why this threatens them so? Did we hear any before the election, when he made his views known?

Grabbing More Than Guns

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:45, Monday, 17 December

Lawrence issued a statement on Friday denying that they had a sexual relationship. [More]
Wait a sec-- I thought we were always supposed to believe the allegations...?

And seeing as how Katnip or whatever he name is shares another lust with Harvey, maybe she'd like to get another gig from him if he ever gets back on top.

She Had Other Priorities

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:35, Monday, 17 December

A misconduct claim naming one of Kamala Harris’ top deputies arrived at the California Department of Justice three months before Harris left the attorney general’s office in early 2017. [More]
Hey, look, being a successful domestic enemy is a full-time job...

Fish or Cut Bait

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:12, Monday, 17 December

The deadline for Congress to pass a funding bill is Dec. 21 and if he caves on getting money for his so-called “wall,” there's no reason for Democrats, or worse, his supporters, to ever take him seriously again. [More]


by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 10:09, Monday, 17 December

CNN's Lemon Appears To Use Sexual Slur, Immediately Claims He Doesn't Know What It Means [More]
Ah, the old Snuffy defense!

And tell me he doesn't know that term and more.

Why? Because We Like You!

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:33, Monday, 17 December

Actor in Disney kids show filming in SLC arrested for allegedly enticing 13-year-old [More]
You got something against Disney family values...?

To Each According to Our Dictates

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 09:27, Monday, 17 December

An Extra $500 A Month? 100 Residents To Be Selected For Basic Income Pilot Program [More]
Only "100"? What happened to "equal protection"?

And "residents"? Not "citizens"?

Figures the capital would be full-blown Marxist...

Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik slammed New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy over a gun law that bans off-duty officers in the state from carrying magazines holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition. [More]
But he's fine if it applies to you.

There sure are a lot of copsuckers over in comments.

Now that's funny

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 12:03, Monday, 17 December

— Sal the Agorist (@SallyMayweather) December 16, 2018

It's funny because it's true.

Understanding Climate Data made easy

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 09:08, Monday, 17 December

As a full service climate skeptic blog, I chew on a lot of the science so I can present what's going on in an easy to digest manner.  This leads me into the actual temperature data sets pretty regularly which quite frankly is where the action is.  When you actually look at the data it becomes immediately clear that the science is anything but settled.  The planet may be warming, but if so there are some very unexpected things that remain unexplained.  To me, this is the biggest source of skepticism, and it's a skepticism that's entirely justified.

As a starting point, here's a good discussion about temperature measurements.  It's a bit thick going if you're not a science nerd like I am, but let me boil this down for you.  The weather stations that feed data into the climate databases.  For the USA - and actually most of the world, really - this is the Global Climate Historical Network, or GHCN.  You can get you a copy here.

The we...

Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo issued a memorandum to local police officials on Dec. 13 reminding everyone that the prohibition of the possession of large-capacity ammunition magazines also applied to off-duty law enforcement officers.

“The statute now provides that law enforcement officers are not permitted to possess large capacity ammunition magazines, i.e. magazines capable of holding more than ten (10) rounds of ammunition to be fed continuously into semi-automatic firearms, unless while on duty or traveling to or from an authorized place of duty,” the memo read.

“This statute applies to all law enforcement officers, including those subject to on-call status. Violation of this statute constitutes a fourth degree crime,” the memo continued.
A: This is a fine demonstration of just how stupid both most gun laws and the people pushing them are.

B: Fear not, the Only ...

Call Me When You’re Sober

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 12:22, Monday, 17 December

While not exactly Metal for Mondays, with Evanescence and Amy Lee, we are solidly in Rock and Roll. Which is good enough. (And since I make the rules…)

“Call Me When You’re Sober” is a single by Evanescence from their 2006 album The Open Door. It was actually a Top 40 single for the band. (YouTube. Browser Privacy extensions. “Video Unavailable.” Use the link above.)

Gunwerks ThumpR 6mm Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle

by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Monday, 17 December

Gunwerks ThumpR 6mm Creedmoor Bolt-Action Rifle (1)The ThumpR is the special edition version of the Gunwerks ClymR rifle that we talked about earlier. This rifle is also a limited edition one specifically made for the Christmas of 2018. It is marketed as a rifle for the entire family. Thanks to the accessories it comes with it is possible to configure the […]

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POTD: Scaarat’s MP5 Accessories

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 11:00, Monday, 17 December

Gregor, aka @Scaarat on Instagram shot this awesome photo of his MP5 and collection of MP5 accessories. His photo reminds me of that iconic M4 Carbine Accessories photo. Gregor’s photo has some interesting accessories. The one that stands out the most for me are his custom wood furniture set. The handguard and stock are modified […]

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Ruger PCC MLOK Options

by Nicholas C in The Firearm Blog at 10:00, Monday, 17 December

The Ruger Pistol Caliber Carbine (PCC) has garnered some popularity for people who want a take down rifle in something other than .22lr. The Ruger PCC has also found increased popularity in states with restrictive gun laws like California and New York. While the Ruger PCC has a small picatinny rail at the bottom end […]

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Guns would have served as a vital pillar to remaining a free people, or at least able to put up a fight. The government security forces, at the beginning of this debacle, knew they had no real opposition to their force. Once things were this bad, it was a clear declaration of war against an unarmed population.

Javier Vanegas
A Venezuelan teacher of English now exiled in Ecuador.
December 14, 2018
Venezuelans regret gun ban, ‘a declaration of war against an unarmed population’
[Never give up your guns. Only your enemy wants you disarmed.—Joe]

Android Phone App

by Clayton Cramer in Clayton Cramer. at 07:46, Monday, 17 December

For some reason, whenever I start it now, it only shows contacts.  The + button in the ,lower right that you use to enter a new phone number to call (not for adding a contact) will not appear.  Restarting the phone does not fix it, nor can I find a menu choice for this.

Literally cheaper by the dozen

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 07:34, Monday, 17 December

It’s that time of year when I get to feed and tend to the various needs of chickens and they give me nothing back at all, not even eggs. So now I’m paying attention to the local price of commercially-produced eggs.

So tell me: What’s wrong with these pictures?





Quis Custodiet ipsos Custodes?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:44, Monday, 17 December

Coast Guard serviceman kills his wife, 7-year-old child, then himself, officials say [More]
So... he'd gone through plenty of thorough background checks and routine performance evaluations?

[Via William T]

Have We Got a Girl for You

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:07, Monday, 17 December

New York Times photographer posted support for terrorism on Instagram [More]
Wissam, meet Sarah. You both hate America so you ought to get along just fine.

Richard Conte, 47, a police sergeant in the Monmouth County town, was among a nurse, firefighter, DPW worker and others who traveled to a meet-up point expecting to find a 14- or 15-year-old boy or girl...[More]
Definitely a Big Kid's Meal...


I imagine in a full-blown national catastrophe, whether natural or man-made, being unarmed would be a prerequisite for admittance if you want your family to eat. [More]

Besides, anyone who balks at "multinational partners" is a hater who needs reeducation and/or a more intense intervention, and is certainly not to be trusted with guns. Wouldn't you agree?

[Via Dave Licht]

It's Been Done

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 14:29, Monday, 17 December

Georgetown faculty passes proposal calling for firearms ban [More]
You know, "a very sound policy"...

[Via Michael G]

Sen. Barbara Bollier changes party affiliation to Democrat, says Republican party ‘morally not going where my compass resides’ [More]
So can she be sued by those duped into supporting her for false advertising and mail fraud?

[Via Mack H]

An unbelievably horrifying story and one you probably haven’t heard [More]
I guess what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.

[Via Michael G]

We opposed Hawaii’s argument that its laws against carrying firearms were long-standing, explaining that those laws existed when Hawaii was a monarchy where the reigning king or queen was sovereign — not as in the United States where the people are sovereign. [More]
Return to that from which the Founders rebelled. How very Opposite Day "progressive." How very despicable.

Where Will We Go for Our Lies?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:14, Monday, 17 December

The same week that The Weekly Standard’s troubles broke, Vanity Fair dropped a bombshell report about the struggles faced by those hip, millennial-targeted left-wing rags with the cool names and rabidly anti-Trump headlines strewn across your social media feed. Vice, Vox, Mic, Buzzfeed, Mashable — they’re all either looking for buyers or seriously reevaluating their strategies in hopes of becoming profitable. Mic laid off most of its workers. Vice and Vox are firing staff left and right. [More]
Lord Vader speaks for me.


A Class Act

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:21, Monday, 17 December

Pistol-Packing Teachers Becoming More Common in Arkansas [More]
I'd be for it if for no other reason than to give "progressives" fits.

The Art of the Deal?

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:13, Monday, 17 December

Mexico's President AMLO Talks To Trump By Telephone And Continues To Speak Well Of Trump, Even When Questioned By Reporters [More]
Something's going on between these two.

Remittances are part of it, no doubt. Imagine the pressure build-up without them.

Don't Tread On Me

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 08:08, Monday, 17 December

Seems reasonable. [More]

Put into Perspective

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:02, Monday, 17 December

So thanks to "progressive" policies,  those who have lost out due to forced socioeconomic changes react with despair? Meanwhile, violent fast-breeder replacement populations are rising?  [More]

[Via Felix B]

Guilty Until Proven Innocent

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 06:51, Monday, 17 December

D.C. Council to have final vote on bill aimed at seizing guns from suspected abusers [More]
As long as due process is no longer a thing, maybe we'd be better off with a law to seize guns from government officials and their enforcers suspected of abusing rights.

[Via Dave Licht]

The Manly-Man

by David Codrea in The War on Guns at 07:57, Monday, 17 December

“Less Bullets, more brains.  The strong don’t need guns.  Guns are tools of the weak.  If you disagree with me, it’s OK, you’re wrong.” [More]
And what a strong man "entertainer Henry Rollins" presents himself as!

My money would be on a 14-year-old girl...

Good article I got the quote from, by the way...

[Via ...

Overheard in the Hallway...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 06:41, Monday, 17 December

RX (singing): "A duck is an animal with its feet on the ground..."
Me: "It knows that a Dardick shoots a tround!"
RX: "That's a pretty smart duck."
— Tamara K. (@TamSlick) December 17, 2018

The Vomelet

by ASM826 in Borepatch at 06:32, Monday, 17 December

Steve will eat almost anything. Among many others, you can see him open and eat WWII field rations.

But in this video he goes above and beyond. The MRE omelet. Perhaps the most notorious MRE ever made. Steve eats the whole thing.

I mean, what's a pile of dead bodies, and violating national borders, and arming cartels, in the name of pushing for gun control?

This crap- both the gunrunning itself and the coverups and protecting the idiots behind it- is a big reason for a lot of the "Trust you bastards?  Why would I do that?" attitude toward the .gov nowadays.

Also behind the "Trust the media?  That would be stupid." attitudes.

"Screw state law, we want to ban things!"

They'll be sued, they'll spend a ton of other people's money losing, and they'll proclaim their caring and virtue the whole time.

Watch the Drummer on the Right

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 06:55, Monday, 17 December

Google Is Pretty Evil

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 06:51, Monday, 17 December

Apparently, very close to half the people working at Google are temp workers, and the lot of the Google temp worker,Ephrat Livni tells us, is a very unequal and unhappy one, invariably terminated after two years.

The campus in Mountain View is dotted with giant statues of sweets representing the company’s Android versions—Eclair, Donut, Gingerbread, Honeycomb, Ice Cream Sandwich, Marshmallow. Multicolored bikes, unlocked, line the racks outside the buildings, many of which have laundromats, gyms, photo booths, and other funny statues, plus offices with kitchens containing a dizzying array of snacks. There is free lunch (and breakfast, and minimal dinners...

They had drilled into people, “don’t evacuate until told to do so,” but most people never heard the order to evacuate, so a lot of them died in their homes or in their cars when they finally decided to stop waiting for the order. Escaping Paradise | California Wildfires: The New Normal. (From ABC 10 out of Sacramento.)

This is a long video – 20 minutes or so. But it is pretty good. And it highlights a couple of important lessons.

So the county (or city) had a plan. Call people via robocalls to tell them to evacuate. They never anticipated evacuating the whole town. The system was overloaded. And then the phone lines started to burn. They never used the Emergency Alert System (radio and TV). They never used the Wireless Alert System (Cellphones). Both of those are run by FEMA, which says no alerts were passed onto them.

The lessons?

First, FEMA says have a radio to listen for instructions from your local authority. But if the local authorities aren’t going to communicate via radio, what the hell is the point? How many of the hand-crank-charged AM/FM/Weather band radios have been s...

There’s never a cop around when you need one. (This is Sweden, so they are hiding under the bed, fearful of being labeled “racist”.) Father of Swedish terror victim attacked by migrant who vandalised her grave – Police do nothing.

Stefan writes that the man was sentenced to expulsion in 2014, but the decision was appealed to the Supreme Court. In 2015, he was sentenced again, for the grave violation, but avoided expulsion.

The trial for repeated violations of Ebba’s grave will be held in March next year. According to the father, the vandalisation continues “on average three nights a week”.

Sweden is toast. But they brought it on themselves. (Well, Angela Merkel helped.) Hat tip to Trigger Reset.

Judges Behaving Badly

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:59, Monday, 17 December

The rules are not supposed to apply to the Judges. The rules only apply to the little people. Livingston Co. judge charged with perjury, tampering.

Here’s the “impartial” media account.

Brennan, a judge since 2005, testified last fall during a hearing before the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission to address allegations of failing to disclose a relationship with a state police officer during a murder trial. She’s also accused of using staff to perform personal tasks for her on county time.

But if you want to know what is really going on, you need to dig a little deeper. Here’s why the Judge Brennan case is Livingston County’s biggest political scandal ever.

First, she seems to be unpopular.

Judge Theresa Brennan is Livingston County’s most despised public official ever. Again, no one else is even close. We’ve seen a lot of poli...

BOTW: Fifth Set Results

by Tom R in The Firearm Blog at 08:00, Monday, 17 December

Drumroll…..And the winner for the second set was Michael’s Predator Hunting AR with just over 43% of the votes (Jodie’s Rebel Scum came in second with Noshpatu and Valorius at a dead tie for 3rd). The randomly picked winning voter was Todd W.  I would guess that having the most complete build to date along […]

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1000+ Yard Precision Rifle Package for Under $1300

by Ivan in The Firearm Blog at 07:00, Monday, 17 December

When it comes to a precision rifle, the word “Expensive” comes to mind. Everyone running around with their custom actions in high dollar chassis and topped with glass that costs well over a months pay. But how much do we need to spend to get a good precision rifle? Something that will consistently group under […]

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SIG SAUER Introduces SPEC1 Premium Firearm Care System

by Hrachya H in The Firearm Blog at 06:00, Monday, 17 December

SIG SAUER Introduces SPEC1 Premium Firearm Care System (1)SIG Sauer has published a press release announcing the launch of their new gun care product line. The SPEC1 Premium Firearm Care System is specially formulated by SLIP2000 for SIG Sauer. According to the company, the SPEC1 is a “non-toxic, non-hazardous, pure synthetic based lubricant with no Teflon, silicones, or petroleum distillates“. The press release quotes Tom […]

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They make 20% less than their parents did at the same age! 

Oh fer...  Look at the date.  A week before the inauguration.  So it was a study done with the over-long Obama economic malaise.  8 years of feet dragging and managing the decline.  It might be different now that they've had a chance to catch up in a halfway decent economy.  They'll be alright if we don't hamstring ourselves again at the next economic downturn, and extend it overlong.


by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 02:30, Monday, 17 December

Dems, plotting gun confiscation in 2019

All that?  I've held that our majority on SCOTUS is decent but not really all that, even with Kavanaugh, and we really need to pick the Breyer and Ginsberg replacements, but it's not all bad.  The Senate is GOP controlled and still ostensibly pro-gun.  Same with the Whitehouse.  I mean the Deep State has strong hooks, but...

Do you think they can really force by the House to go full confiscation THIS next year?

Oh, they are talking state efforts.  Like in New Jersey with magazine limits dropping to 4, max.  And they think they have momentum in Washington State to keep the gun control rolling from last session, and maybe they can start making some inroads in Florida.

To tell you the truth about Maryland..  The state may be ruled by Dems and only a liberal Repblican can get elected governor and he is squishy on gun rights especially when faced with veto proof bills but...  They don't really have m...

A southwest Missouri city has agreed to pay $1.2 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the family of an epileptic Missouri man who was fatally shot by police after suffering a seizure while driving. [More]
There are plenty of conditions that cause involuntary movements that could then be used to "clear of wrongdoing."

[Via bondmen]...

Your Tactical Training Scenario- Castle Doctrine

by Greg Ellifritz in Active Response Training at 04:00, Monday, 17 December

Written by: Greg Ellifritz


Let’s talk a little bit about “Castle Doctrine”. In this case, the homeowner shot an intruder who was unarmed and may not have been a true lethal force threat. Despite the shooting of an unarmed man, the homeowner will likely not be criminally charged. Here’s how it works….


In general, in order to shoot someone (regardless of location), you need to have a reasonable belief that your attacker is going to kill you or cause you very serious injury. Each state abides by these basic guidelines, but every state generally has a different term for “serious injury”. In Ohio, serious injury is called “serious physical harm”. Other states call it: grievous body injury, grievous bodily harm, or grave physical danger. All of them have separate legal definitions, but they mean pretty much the same thing. An injury that causes maiming, disfigurement, broken bones, or is likely to land you in the hospital wo...

Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 036: The Brain Worms

by Weerd Beard in Weer'd World at 02:08, Monday, 17 December

Hello Internet!

In This Episode:
  • Erin and Weer’d Talk about some recent political drama with a certain hosting site;
  • Oddball gives us some of his observations on Cold Steel Knives, as well as the company behind them;
  • Weer’d Fisks an interesting series from Viceland about guns called “Maybe I’m Wrong”;
  • and David begins a series on concealed carry options, starting with belt carry.
Did you know that we have a Patreon? Join now for the low, low cost of $4/month (that’s $1/podcast) and you’ll get to listen to our podcast on Friday instead of Mondays, as well as patron-only content like mag dump episodes, our hilarious blooper reels and film tracks. Show Notes Main Topic Oddball’s Corner Pocket
  • ...

Grace Callahan in a shotgun shooting instructor at Griffin & Howe Shooting School, located at Hudson Farm in New Jersey, and a Syren dealer. She’s also a rising star in the Sporting Clays world and is currently ranked 4th in the All American Points Race for the Ladies division. She’s been a Master Class shooter since September of 2015 – which means she did well enough against the boys to get the “punches” to move up each class and had her first registered shoot in May of 2010 at age 15. Along with her High Lady win at the North Central Regional (besting the current National Ladies NSCA Champion by 3 targets), she has multiple wins at high profile events this year. 

Godzilla: The 2014 Edition

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:44, Monday, 17 December

I love a good monster movie, but the 1998 version of Godzilla was SO bad, I passed on the 2014 version. It was a mistake. Turns out it’s a pretty good monster movie. And a VERY good Godzilla movie. Aside from the original Japanese Gojira from 1954 – which if you can find a version (NOT the Raymond Burr, American Movie Industry monstrosity) is worth a look – this might be the best Godzilla movie ever. Most of the 1950s/1960s Godzilla franchise were just awful. (Though there was some humor in the series. More on that below.)

The 2014 movie had problems. But most “blockbusters” do.

The sequel, Godzilla: King of Monsters, is due out next year. It could be good, and it could be bad. In the meantime, here’s the 2014 Trailer


Confiscated Homemade Poachers’ Guns from Zimbabwe

by Ian McCollum in Forgotten Weapons at 05:27, Monday, 17 December

I had a chance to visit Hire Arms in Johannesburg – a movie arms supply company. Among many other things in their collection, they had an assortment of extremely crude handmade firearms confiscated from poachers in Zimbabwe. As something we don’t see much of here in the US, I thought they were pretty interesting, even if just in a train wreck sort of way. So I pulled out a couple of the most unusual to put on camera.

Sunday, 16 December


Want to manage your order online?If you need to check the status of your order or cancel your order, please visit our home page.
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As Glenn Reynolds says, "Get Woke, Go Broke."  American Spectator on the way in which destroying the moral center of BSA is tied to the Swamp-Dwellers.

for his repeated lying under oath.
To my eye, the situation is even more disturbing than the press reporting suggests. It appears that there is no 302 of the Flynn interview. The 302 dated August 22, 2017, which Mueller submitted to the court, documents an interview of Peter Strzok, not of Flynn. It appears that this interview of Strzok took place on July 19, notes of the interview were drafted the next day (July 20), and the 302 was approved and entered into the FBI’s files on August 22. The question obviously arises: Where is the Flynn 302? FBI procedures would have called for a report within a few days of the interview. It is not that there wasn’t one for seven months. For now, it looks like none has been produced at all.
Gee, the EffingBI- again- not even following its own damned procedures.

1) So this is what @Comey told the House last week about agen...

Today’s Photos are from this hot summer’s Exercise Archipelago Endeavor. The Swedish Marines of 1:st Marine Regiment aboard the island of Korso, Harsfjarden, Sweden, together with the U.S. Marines with Marine Rotational Force-Europe 18.1 conduct an amphibious assault from a Swedish Combat Boat 90. Exercise Archipelago Endeavor was an integrated field training exercise to increase […]

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An Abby Normal Christmas Letter

by Brigid J. in Home on the Range at 18:16, Sunday, 16 December

Abby Normal the Lab here.  I know Mom doesn't blog about me like she did about Barkley but I am a big part of her and Partner in Grime's life since they adopted me from a high kill shelter 4 years ago. I was old and sick and had borne tons of puppies, and when I couldn't make money for my previous peeps they just got rid of me. After a 12-hour round trip car ride I had a new home and it's the best place EVER (BACON!!!!! Poofy Bed!!!!! Sleeping inside where it's warm!!!!!)

Handgun Radio Live

by Weerd Beard in Weer'd World at 17:52, Sunday, 16 December

Listener Email, and Holiday Gift Ideas

The outdoor lifestyle reality series – “Eva Shockey’s Outdoor 101” – is slated to launch on Monday, December 17, 2018 on Facebook Watch at 9 p.m. PT. The six-episode series chronicles the adventures of acclaimed outdoor enthusiast, conservationist and author Eva Shockey and her family as they traverse her adopted home state of North Carolina.


“I couldn’t be more thrilled with the results of our work with Facebook Watch. When we set out to develop the digital series, the aim was to create content that spoke to a community of outdoor adventure seekers and build an ongoing social dialogue about the world outside,” said Shockey. “Through ‘Eva Shockey’s Outdoor 101,’ my first foray into lead hosting duties, I want to mobilize and motivate my millennial peers to enjoy all that Mother Nature has to offer. And I want to showcase how much fun it can be to raise a future nature-lover in the process!”


The KSTP “Bump Stock” Memo Finally Appears

by Carl Bussjaeger in The Zelman Partisans at 16:26, Sunday, 16 December

About that mysterious memo obtained by KSTP, which was being sent to law enforcement and FFLs… except no FFL had seen it, and which I’ve been trying to get from them since December 4th: I finally got a definite reply from KSTP’s Beth McDonough, who broke the story.

The memo at last. Um…

Well, at least one page of it.

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McDonough said that she only had one page.

Note that rather than ...


Easy come, easy go…

by Joel in The Ultimate Answer to Kings at 12:57, Sunday, 16 December

Boy, I was feeling rich when I went to town yesterday. By the time I was done replacing the (nearly new) rear shocks and a coolant hose on the Jeep, not so much. But the rules of synchronicity have always been that I don’t always get what I want but what I need usually comes around if I keep my eyes open. In this case, a cash windfall arrived a few hours before I learned I needed to spend more money on the Jeep. So I’m not bitching. The busted shock is fixed (I’ll get to the other one probably tomorrow if the weather holds) and a leaking coolant hose is replaced.


The Tree Is Up

by Pawpaw in PawPaw's House at 13:00, Sunday, 16 December

Belle ad I decided to put the tree up in the barn this Christmas, since that's where the festivities will commence.  She had the grandsons get it out of the attic today, and superintended the installation.

That tree took up half the living room.  It looks a whole lot smaller in the shop.  But, after Christmas, it will go into storage in the shop.  It's never going back in the house.

Good news, bad news...

by Tam in View From The Porch at 04:17, Monday, 17 December

I shot film pretty consistently all through 2015 and then it sorta ground to a halt.

I don't develop film at home because there's not really any way to do so here at Roseholme Cottage. It's a tiny frame structure completely devoid of windowless interior rooms, and even the basement has glass brick windows along the long walls. I could use a dark bag and tanks, but that's a pain.

Anyway, what happened was that as that year drew to a close, I'd built up a backlog of around a dozen rolls of exposed film, plus a couple test rolls loaded in cameras, and I was like "That's it. No more film shooting until I reduce this backlog."

To send them in to The Darkroom, I need to pull out my little portable printer (which I'd bought for more or less this purpose), print out my order form, stick it in the little film mailer along with up to four rolls of film (the most that fit in one mailer) and send it off.

So discovering that Robert's could do it on-site was a revelation.

Without thinking, I dropped the stuff off and, as though I were back at one of the photolabs where I worked when Bush the Elder was still POTUS, breezily answered "...

Oh, dear

by D.W. Drang in The Clue Meter at 12:47, Sunday, 16 December

Warning: Science and math, presented with a rather heavy Ukrainian accent. Mind you, she does a good job of making some pretty esoteric science understandable to the layperson, but some might be intimidated by the very concepts. (One might be tempted to turn on closed captioning, due to her accent. It might help, but I think they used a speech-to-text app, and it gets thrown off by homophones which aren't valid, due to... her accent.)

So that's an hour and a half of in-depth discussion of solar activity, including helioseismicity, sun spots, the corona, poloidal and toroidal magnetic fields...

... the gist of which is that Dr. Zharkova says that not only is the current (imminent, actually) sun spot cycle (25) going to be even lighter than the previous one (24, just ended), but she says that ...

Concealed Carry Corner: Carrying While CyclingOn this installment of Concealed Carry Corner, Carrying While Cycling, we’ll discuss the potential dangers to cyclists, which aren’t much different than my previous post of Concealed Carrying While Jogging. We’ll also discus the various ways to conceal your weapon while cycling, which will differ from the Jogging post to some degree. We’ll also touch […]

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Everything I was told to fear about being openly gay has become a reality in being openly conservative. The fear of being fired, harassed, called dehumanizing names, bullied, and denied access to public life (even violence) are all realities I face today as a conservative.

By the very nature of the left’s views on what constitutes “hate,” I am incapable of freely expressing myself on any public forum without very careful editing and presentation. I never truly experienced hate until I came out as a conservative.

Chad Felix Greene
December 11, 2018
The Stigma Against My Conservative Politics Is Worse Than The Stigma Of Being Gay
[I was recently told that a certain organization had a reputation of being a bunch of conservatives… “But they aren’t all bad.”

In her mind “conservative” was a synonym for “bad” and she didn’t want to have anything to do with “people like that”.—Joe]

Figured I better rattle this thing to see if it still works. It's been an interesting couple of months, but not necessarily interesting in a blogging manner.

Once fall arrives, many of our weekends are taken up by college football. Those events do lead to some opportunities to enjoy a good drink and cigar, as mentioned here. Although the games and tailgating events are fun, they do conflict with shooting events. To my chagrin, it's been over two months since I was able to shoot a match. Even more regrettable, even a quick trip to the range is a nearly month old memory at this point.

I've had a few work-related trips of late as well. Those do take time away from the more pleasurable activities. On the bright side, those trips also offer opportunities to enjoy interesting food...

Chicks is stoked to kick off 2019 in Ouray, Colorado with our signature women’s ice climbing clinics.

Twenty years ago our founder, Kim Reynolds, identified a huge difference in the numbers of women climbers vs men and their roles in climbing.  Particularly in ice climbing, she noted, “ As I watched the sport of climbing grow, I saw few women taking the lead in this seemingly intimidating activity.  I saw an opportunity for women to learn from other women and gain the confidence needed to become proficient, self-reliant climbers and climbing partners”.


The Man Who Saved Christmas (Music)

by Borepatch in Borepatch at 10:20, Sunday, 16 December

OK, Christmas music didn't really need saving (other than when the Puritans ruled England and its American colonies in the mid 1600s and banned Christmas).  But William Sandys put together the first modern collection of Christmas Carols in his 1833 book, Christmas Carols Ancient and Modern.  Published just as the Victorian period was getting under way (the Victorians were famously sentimental about Christmas, among other things popularizing the idea of the Christmas Tree), Sandy's book made famous the core of what we recognize as Christmas Carols: God Rest You Merry Gentlemen, The First Noel, I Saw Three Ships, and Hark the Herald Angels Sing.

Here is a little playlist of Sandys' collection.  Yeah, he didn't really "save" Christmas music, but he sure wrote it all down.

Skeleton Lake

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 09:13, Sunday, 16 December

The Human Remains of Skeleton Lake – Visible Only when the Ice Melts.

From Quora, a pretty interesting story.

In 1942, H K. Madhawl, a British forest guard in Roopkund, India made an alarming discovery (despite the fact that there had been reports of bones on the lake shore since the mid 19th century). At an elevation of 15,750 feet, near the bottom of a small valley, was a frozen lake absolutely full of skeletons. Roopkund Lake, in the state of Uttarakhand, India, was a six-foot-deep glacial lake that typically remained frozen year round.

What he saw up there confused everyone. At first, i...

Your Tax Dollars At Work – The Use It, or Lose It Edition

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 08:12, Sunday, 16 December

If you make money available to .gov bureaucrats, they will spend it, for fear you will take it away in the future. Report rips expensive decisions in California wildfire fight.

California wildfires have been on my mind since I ran across some videos that offered more information about the Camp Fire than I was getting from the media. (See my post on that at this link.)

This report covers a review of fire suppression efforts for a fire in Big Sur two years ago, known as the Soberanes Fire.

In the first week, the blaze destroyed 57 homes and killed a bulldozer operator, then moved into remote wilderness in the Los Padres National Forest. Yet for nearly three more months the attack barely let up.

The Soberanes Fire burned its way into the record books, costing $262 million as the most expensive wildland firefight in U.S. history in what a new report calls an “extreme example of excessive, unaccountable, budget-bustin...

Sunday Roundup of Link Roundups

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 08:28, Sunday, 16 December

The Other McCain – In The Mailbox: 12.13.18

Ninety Miles From Tyranny: Interesting Articles Found On Ancipient.com
EBL: Troy: Fall Of A City
Twitchy: CBS Pays Actress Eliza Dushku Millions In Secret #MeToo Settlement
Louder With Crowder: Boy Scouts Consider Bankruptcy After Years Of Sex Abuse Coverup, “Progressive” Policies

And also, The Other McCain – In The Mailbox: 12.14.18. (Wombat-socho has been a machine since he recovered from his illness a month or so back.)

EBL: Eliza Dushku And CBS Bull
Twitchy: Federal Judge Rules Key Parts Of Obamacare Unconstitutional
Louder With Crowder: John Stossel Exposes The Real Numbers on Global Mass Shootings
According To Hoyt: Bad Bad Futures That Didn’t Happen – The Serial Number Version

Pirate’s Cove – ...


But this video is troubling:

This video says 300 rounds in two minutes as a series of bursts. If this was being done with a belt fed, why stop firing?  He would not have exhausted his belt.  Most of these sound like 5.56mm, not 7.62 NATO.  The later bursts are very inconsistent--not what I would expect of a beltfed weapon, but a bump stock used by someone now tired.

This video provides an explanation of how they work.  How you would distinguish this from a belt fed by sound eludes me.

Some Indians ruined a tea shipment in Boston.

who has a meme that's basically "Guns are for weak people, you're wrong if you think otherwise."  Which is stupid on its face for a variety of reasons, but Burkhead has his own response for a lot of people:
Yes, guns are tools for the weak.  They are what give the weak a fighting stance against aggressors who are stronger than them.  If you really think that worshiping the strong over the weak is a good thing, I have only one thing to say to you:

Crack open a history book.

If, however, you think that justice demands that the weak, faced with a violent encounter, to return safely to their loved ones then you can’t ask for a better option than to allow them to be armed, to be armed with weapons that do not rely on strength or lifelong dedication in developing skill.
My response anymore to idiots who pop up with "You can learn to protect your self unarmed, guns are bad!" is "So people who're ...

kid gets sick.  Border Patrol sees to medical help, but kid dies.  The left:

Ah, the left, predictable as always.

“The Secret Code of Watches”

by JDZ in Never Yet Melted at 07:50, Sunday, 16 December

Panerai Radiomir.

Michael Brendan Dougherty explains why he wants a hideously expensive huge wristwatch, historically associated with the Italian Navy.

If my children someday ask me about a certain personal extravagance, I will blame the Axis Powers.

On December 18, 1941, Luigi Durand de la Penne and five of his comrades were ahead of schedule. They stopped to eat figs and drink cognac, when, to their great fortune, they saw two British battleships and a British destroyer entering the harbor of Alex­andria, Egypt. These men were part of Italy’s elite frogman unit, the Decima Flo...

Declaration and Constitution

by TPOL Nathan in The Price of Liberty at 07:00, Sunday, 16 December

By Nathan Barton


Terrorists kill Israelis? No mention of terror. Israelis kill terrorists? No mention of terror. Just poor Palestinians. Guardian headline omitting ‘terrorists’ sparks outrage in Israel.

Website of Britain’s left-wing Guardian paper says “Israelis and Palestinians killed in West Bank violence” without stating that the Palestinians were terrorist gunmen who deliberately targeted Israelis • Israel is fighting back against biased coverage.

But then the Guardian isn’t known for its balanced, unbiased coverage.

Meanwhile, In the Socialist Paradise of Venezuela

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 05:44, Sunday, 16 December

This also highlights what a REAL group of refugees looks like. U.N. estimates two million more Venezuelans will flee their homeland in 2019.

First the why. Why are so many people (as much as 17 percent of the pre-collapse population) leaving the country?

Eduardo Stein, the joint UNHCR-IOM special representative for Venezuelan refugees and migrants, said Venezuelans are fleeing their home due to hunger, insecurity and lack of access to basic medical care.

And what does a group of refugees look like?

“They are families, women alone, children, young boys and girls, all in conditions of extreme vulnerability,” he said in a statement. “All of them saw no other option than to leave their country — sometimes walking for days — seeking to live in dignity and build a future.”

Not like the “migrant caravan” or the “refugees” who literally invaded Europe over the past few years – both groups where mostly, predominantly male.

This Won’t End Badly

by Zendo Deb in 357 Magnum at 06:48, Sunday, 16 December

I guessing that “Wanting to get in on the ground-floor of “Skynet” isn’t one of the reasons. Why Australia Needs Robot Tanks.

“Greater reliance on autonomous systems and unmanned platforms makes a great deal of sense, given the small size of our military,” says Malcolm Davis, a senior analyst at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.

Who knows? Maybe this will evolve into the BOLO program. But somehow I don’t believe that we will get Autonomous Weapons done right.

Available from Amazon or direct from the publisher.

Frank Iannamico’s new book on the Smith & Wesson Model 76 submachine gun is in fact a book about much more than just the Model 76. It begins with several sections on earlier S&W 9mm carbines, like the 1940 “Light Rifle” and 1945 SMG. These sections taken alone are the most informative material on these guns published anywhere, to the best of my knowledge. The book then continues to discuss the history, development, and variations of the Swedish M45/B submachine gun, aka the Swedish K (including the Egyptian licensed copy, the Port Said).

Only at this point does t...


Utah CCW due

by New Jovian Thunderbolt in New Jovian Thunderbolt at 03:00, Sunday, 16 December

Got the letter in the mail.  I expire in February 2019.  There was a scare last time that they might not renew.

Let's see what it says.

Ah HA!

Simple renewal.  $25 for non resident.  If you do it online it;s $25.75.  I have to send them a picture of my home state's CCW permit IF my home state honors the Utah permit.  Maryland does not.  

Heh.  Maryland could start to honor Utah resident permits...  That would really be a wooden shoe in the millworks for folks like me.

I also need to take a digital picture of myself. Easy Peasy.  Every smartphone in the world can do one up good enough.  I really should get one of them phone thingies...

Saturday, 15 December


SILENCER SATURDAY #51: MP5SD Compact And A Look Ahead

by Pete in The Firearm Blog at 20:28, Saturday, 15 December

Good evening everyone and thanks for once again stopping by TFB’s Silencer Saturday, where even our single shot airguns are suppressed. As we slog through the meat of the holiday season, try not to think about those tax stamps that may still be six months away. Instead, let’s look forward to some reviews that we […]

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Today, I received an invoice from FedEx for $258.61 for a shipment because my Discover Card declined the charge.  The invoice is made out to Clayton Cramer LLC.  I have no LLC. 

The shipper is listed as Antonio Ruperto, 1100 Charlotte Ave., San Jose, CA 95124. 

This 15 pound package was Overnighted to Kazeem Omotayo, 12011 Westbrae Pkwy, Houston, TX 77031.  That name....Nigerian prince, perhaps? 

Lifelock says that I should make a police report to the Houston Police.  San Jose Police would make more sense to me.  So my question: Will San Jose Police Department consider credit card fraud worth their while or will higher priority crimes (like thinking badly of the transgendered) take precdence?

Bill of Rights day!

in Of Arms and the Law at 17:57, Saturday, 15 December

December 15!

I was in DC during the Bicentennial of the Constitution (1987-89) and during what should have been the bicentennial of the Bill of Rights (1991). The first got big play, a commission headed by Chief Justice Burger, celebrations, etc.. The second was virtually ignored. My guess at the reason was that DC is of course a company town, the company is the federal government, and the Constitution is what gave that company power. The Bill of Rights ... well, it was nice but not really that important.

Saturday, the next installment

by Firehand in Irons in the Fire at 19:00, Saturday, 15 December

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