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March 01, 2015

Safe Draw passive safety for Glock

Here’s their site. I don’t see a need for one but if you’re fond of heavy first trigger pulls, I guess it might work for you:

Civil rights victory

Judge tosses possession case against felon.

More is better

Preparedness: Magazines.

Personally, I like the PMags from Magpul.

Even more SB-15: ATF letter: AR buffer tubes on non AR pistols

Says ATF:

Use of a buffer tube on an AK-type firearm that has no use for such an item may be evidence that the weapon is intended to be fired from the shoulder. Therefore, adding a buffer tube to an AK-type pistol, where the barrel is less than 16 inches in length, would result in the manufacture of a “firearm” as defined in 5845(a)(3). However, if an AK-type pistol were to utilize an AR-type buffer tube to facilitate the attachment of a (sic) SB-15 stabilizing brace accessory, a “firearm” as defined in 5845(a)(3) would not be made and consequently lawful to possess.

This SB-15 business is getting silly.

In local news

A local restaurant that made national headlines for welcoming gun owners has closed. The owner cites taxes, permits and general bureaucracy.

As a small business owner myself, I can attest to the expense, hassle and general pain in the ass that permits, licensing and taxes on my bottom line and on my time. Time and money better spent running the business.

Gun control fails in Vermont

Sad, sad pandas

Never really heard of Limbaugh chiming in on guns

Until now:

[Obama] wants to take guns out of everybody’s hands and if he can’t do that, he’s going to take the bullets that go in the guns out of everybody’s hands.

Jesus wept

WTF?

How about a Chrome extension that verifies that “you must be at least this smart to hit a publish button”?

Putting teeth in Heller’s promise

By superman himself, Alan Gura.

Who was that masked man?

Cooper nailed it. ISIS fighters wear masks too.

It’s about control

Not just guns. This time, it’s drone control:

Right from the beginning of the article, DHS and FAA held a “conference was open to civilians, but explicitly closed to the press. One attendee described it as an eye-opener.” When one of those attendees (who runs a small drone shop) posted a picture and notes from the conference, DHS asked him to take it down (he complied).
Then we get to the meat of the issue – that a drone manufacturer unilaterally chose to add all of DC to their drones’ internal “no-fly” map. First, of course, that their drones have a “no-fly” map in the first place, and secondly, that “DJI is preparing an update that will increase the number of airport no fly zones from 710 to 10,000,

My nephews are into the hobby so I’ve been made aware of the various government attempts at regulating it. More disheartening is that, at the age of 13, my nephews are realizing that non-elected busybody bureaucrats can directly impact their lives.

But they have all that gun control

Mass shooting in South Korea. Make that two.

Good thing they have all that strict gun control there:

When news of frequent shooting incidents comes out of the United States, Koreans let out a small sigh of relief for living in a place where gun ownership is strictly illegal.

Military service for Korean men is mandatory, but that is probably the only time a regular civilian will have a chance to hold a gun.

Speaking of moms demand

Shannon Watts’ daughter attends a school that allows concealed carry

Astroturf

The ILA notes that Moms Demand may be lying about their numbers. Even when lying, they don’t have the numbers NRA does.

NJT:

Brady and MAIG and VPC weren’t much better, but through repetition we trained the public to know what they are. Gun Banning groups. I don’t wanna have to retrain everyone again.

In IRS news

Criminal investigation of Lerner’s missing emails underway

Lerner received $129300 in bonuses for her work targeting the tea party

More “shall sign” legislation

This time, in Arkansas:

House Bill 1488, introduced on February 26 by state Representative Tim Lemons (R-43), would require the chief law enforcement officer of a jurisdiction to certify the transfer or making of a firearm, as required by the National Firearms Act, within 15 days if the person is not prohibited from receiving or possessing a firearm by law.

Gun Porn

Dr. Seuss’ Reisling

February 28, 2015

Pissing off your own team

Toting your rifle down the street, wearing a kilt, with dark glasses and hat, you may as well be screaming “pay attention to me”. And you got attention:

I dunno, I’m sympathetic to the cop here. He was trying to be cool until dude got all “am I being detained?”

February 27, 2015

Verizon wins the internet

Well, figuratively since I think, literally, they kind of lost it.

Verizon issues statement in Morse code to protest net neutrality ruling

February 26, 2015

Why would they give their police unsafe guns?

District court rejects a challenge to Cali’s gun roster. Because police have special needs and are safe with guns, apparently.

Fundamentally transformed

Adam Bates:

A quick glance at the Federal Register (Vol. 80, No. 37, p. 9987-88) today reveals that Attorney General Eric Holder, who earned cautious praise last month for a small reform to the federal equitable sharing program, has now delegated authority to the Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) to seize and “administratively forfeit” property involved in suspected drug offenses. Holder temporarily delegated this authority to the ATF on a trial basis in 2013, and today made the delegation permanent while lauding the ATF for seizing more than $19.3 million from Americans during the trial period.

Historically, when the ATF uncovered contraband subject to forfeiture under drug statutes, it was required to either refer the property to the DEA for administrative forfeiture proceedings or to a U.S. Attorney in order to initiate a judicial forfeiture action. Under today’s change, the ATF will now be authorized to seize property related to alleged drug offenses and initiate administrative forfeiture proceedings all on its own.

Quote of the Day

Ice T, in a remake of one of my favorite songs, Institutionalized (NSFW language warning):

Pork is not gonna kill me unless they figure a way to shoot it out of a fucking gun.

This will not end well

The FCC will regulate the internet like a utility

In the mail

A Bison Armory 300BLK Upper:

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Now, I have to get a whole new caliber.

“journalism”

Washington Examiner:

MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry said during an address at Cornell University this week that she hopes 17-year-old Trayvon Martin “whooped the s–t” out of gunman George Zimmerman during their fatal encounter in 2012.

Well, you got your wish. Martin did and he got killed for it.

That it was pursued at all was criminal

But in NJ, someone’s brain finally started working and the man with a flintlock won’t be charged:

Fortunately, this afternoon Cumberland County Prosecutor Jennifer Webb-McRae showed some sense and used her prosecutorial discretion to dismiss the case.

You pay for facebook?

I did not know this:

First, Facebook’s late policy of charging me money to access the audience I worked to create annoys the ever living hell out of me. I’m not sure how almost every other post of mine ends up “outperforming 95% of your other posts,” and surely you want to give Facebook money so you can access your followers? If you don’t, we’ll be sure to only show your posts to about 1/8th of your audience, so pay up!

I haven’t paid them a dime. I suppose this would explain why the blog’s facebook page doesn’t see as much activity as it used to.

Gun Porn

SKS Gatling gun

February 25, 2015

brb

New computer. Doing new computer things, like decrapifying it.

Sig and ATF submit final arguments in MPX case

So reports guns.com. My guess is this video (skip to 1:50) doesn’t help Sig’s case:

Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.

Uncle Pays the Bills


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