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January 27, 2015


Firing tracer rounds backwards

In common use


Via David

Public servants keep losing “assault rifles”

A firefighter lost one. And a police man did too.

There was a debate

Musings on the University of Tennessee gun debate. I was unable to attend, life intervened. I did manage to grab lunch with Glen the day after. NRA has some new stuff coming.

Psychology today

Looks like the DSM whatever number they’re up to wants to classify internet usage habits as disorders. And, through some twist of logic, this may ban you from gun ownership.


Gun control bills die in VA


See through Glock magazines

City Councilman Responds to Shooting by Drawing a Gun

Civil asset forfeiture reform

Here Is How Rand Paul’s Bill Would Curtail Civil Forfeiture

Rule 5

As I’ve said before, do not try to catch a dropped gun. But be mindful that some guns actually can fire when dropped. So, maybe amend that to say “do not try to catch a dropped modern day, legitimate carry gun” or some such. Via the Duck.

Gun Porn

Brass Stacker Mosin Scout rifle

January 26, 2015

Urban Carry Holsters

Saw these guys at the gun show last weekend. I only noticed them because they had a booth babe in a tank top when the temperature was in the lower 30s. And she was carrying four guns. Here’s their site.

Interesting concept but I’m not sure I like it. The gun goes into a leather bag and it is quite concealable. But it’s more cumbersome to draw. I suppose it would work well at concealment if you really needed to conceal a gun. Not sure how effectively I could draw it, particularly if I was under stress.


$4,500 for a suppressor?

I learned of this from here. 78db?

Color me skeptical on that and, well, the price. Does it come with 3 AR-15s?

Use a holster

Two injured when gun falls out of fanny pack. I doubt that it went off from hitting the ground. I guess someone tried to catch it. Don’t do that.

New Galil

Coming to the US

You’d think they’d learn

Since it keeps happening: Firearms enthusiasts crash gun buyback to hunt bargains

Yup, turn in your $8 regular capacity magazine and get $25.

ProMag Rollermag

An AR magazine with wheels on the follower.

Ammo testing

Aquila .22 LR 60 Grain Sub-sonic

Sellier and Bellot 1 1/8th 2.5 inch Tactical Slugs

Oh, Josh Sugarmann, are you ever not wrong?

So, if it’s all top secret, why are all those photos on the internet?

Play stupid games

Gang member shoots himself in the face with zip gun. Unfortunately, it was with bird shot.

Gun Porn

Suppressed and tacticaled out for clays.

Japanese Type 97 Tank Machine Gun

Smith & Wesson 640 Pro Series

January 25, 2015

Heard around the house

My dad came by to grab some homemade kimchi and Junior was doing her homework:

Poppa: What kind of homework are you doing?
Junior: I need to do a limerick.
Poppa: Want some help?
Junior: Sure
Me: It better not involve a man from Nantucket.

Pistol Grip Pump

Should never be used, much less two:

Deal Alert

40% off the SIRT training package

At least this time, they didn’t break the law

Another Bloomberg “sting”

Obviously going as planned

The D&C:

Jackson Guns and Ammo Shop in Henrietta closed its doors last week after the owner decided it was too difficult to continue business under New York state’s gun regulations.

Kordell Jackson ran his gun shop out of two locations in Henrietta and Scottsville, and had a large following of firearm owners on the south side of Rochester. The closure was in Jackson’s mind for months, he said. He closed the Scottsville location on Jan. 1, and the Henrietta location on Jan. 17.

“The SAFE Act killed us in terms of business,” he said. “It was very difficult with sales and regulations with transferring and obtaining firearms, so I decided to close up.”

They took our jobs.


Media worried about TSA finding paper weights that look like grenades

Jay Dobyn’s case full of bombshells

David Hardy has a look:

The judge accused the government attorneys of perpetrating “a fraud on the court.”

Dobyns’ house was burned, and he argued it was arson, carried out by Hell’s Angels, and successful because BATF had blown his cover and denied him protection. It turns out that a Justice Dept. attorney in his civil case told BATF not to reopen the investigation of the arson, lest its finding help Dobyns in his suit against BATF. That was concealed from the judge until the trial.

More here.


Dad posts meddling note sent home by teacher over packed lunch

Via Insty, who notes: Missing from the story: The name of the teacher. Name and shame the nannies.

Yup. The news is typically riddled with the names of people who are not government employees. Odd, that.



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