Good. The adults can talk. And Jeb.
Of airsoft guns. It’s Australia.
A different kind of doctor’s office: Patients pay directly, keeping insurance out of it
That’s how you fix the “healthcare system”. It doesn’t need to be a system at all. A market would work. Costs would go down cutting out insurance and government.
Looks like the first victim. Though a thing that doesn’t make sense to me is how one can buy a gun at retail at Gander Mountain and sell it for profit on GunBroker. Also, the guy did have a C&R license.
I have never, ever had anyone tell me that he had too much ammunition. Not in a combat zone, not in a civil disaster, not even in peacetime. Never. Nor have I lived through a time where our governing class was so deeply corrupt, so utterly foolish, and so dangerously focused on the perpetuation of its own power that it risked bringing down everything we have built not merely in the United States but in the entire West.
Three derpy things from SHOT involve odd things with triggers. Not one but two companies have apparently came out with an AR-15 trigger that fires one round when you pull the trigger and fires another round when you reset the trigger. This strikes me as a bad idea. But not the worst idea. That honor would go to a laser activated by putting your finger on the trigger:
Integrally suppressed 9mm pistol that you can holster: SilncerCo’s Maxim 9
And are, of course, bigoted:
Youve had your chance, bepenised ones. And youve blown it. What youve proven, time and time again, is that you cannot be trusted to behave yourselves after dark.
Aww, you have an opinion. Good for you. Too bad it’s a stupid one. And this one sounds totally made up. Sure, some people are jerks on trains. Some people, not just men.
Seriously, what has happened to feminism? Other than it’s gone insane.
Also, your gun sucks and you’re holding it wrong.
If a Tennessee grocery store bans guns on its property and a black bear or wild hog kills or injures a person who otherwise would be carrying his or her gun, the gun owner would be allowed to sue the property owner if a newly introduced bill became law.
To accomplish that goal, the legislation allows any Tennessean with a valid gun permit to sue a property owner in the event of injury or death provided the incident occurred while in a gun-free zone.
Well, that would certainly motivate some anti-gun businesses. What about .gov facilities?
Whenever I buy magazines, I look for bulk deals. For instance, every once in a while, Brownells will have a deal on a 10 pack of PMags (not now but they do regularly enough). And sometimes you can get them for just north of $10 each.
Anyway, I found a deal on another site for some M&P9 magazines. So, I snatched some up. When they got here, I realized they were 15 round magazines:
I was a little bummed. I guess they were made for places outside of America, like New Jersey or Maryland or something. They were the same size as the 17 rounders I’m used to, so I decided to take them apart and see what made them 2 shy of a full load:
Seems they compressed a bunch of extra spring at the end of the spring. I suppose I could just order replacement springs. But I grabbed some wire cutters instead and cut off the unnecessary portion of the spring:
They loaded 17 rounds just fine. I’ll check reliability at the next range trip. I may end up buying those replacement springs anyway.
*Wile E Coyote School of Gunsmithing
Better have background checks on internet connectivity: Chicago Top Cop Blames Facebook for Shootings Up Over 200% Since Last Year
FBI says it’s stopping NICS appeals. I’m sure that’ll get them sued.
Liston has a copy of the bill that is being put forth. This has been tried before and failed. I think it fails because so many politicians like to use the list of those with permits for mailers. And, also, the revenue that permits generate.
I usually avoid crowds. But here’s some interesting thoughts (as well as graphic video) crowd and mob violence.
El Chapo had a 50 caliber rifle that was smuggled into Mexico as part of fast and furious smuggling “investigation”.
A federal judge has rejected it:
A federal judge has rejected President Barack Obama’s assertion of executive privilege to deny Congress access to records pertaining to Operation Fast and Furious, a gunrunning probe that allegedly allowed thousands of weapons to flow across the border into Mexico.
U.S. District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled Tuesday that the Justice Department’s public disclosures about its response to the so-called “gun walking” controversy undercut Obama’s executive privilege claim.
Jackson said she wasn’t questioning the propriety of Obama’s claim of privilege, but ruling that the claim could not be sustained in view of other information the Justice Department had released on the topic, chiefly an Office of Inspector General report released in September 2012.
And every time liberals speak blithely about banning guns, they boost the N.R.A. Lets also banish the term gun control: the better expression is gun safety.
And, surprisingly, the NYT guy nails this one:
So why does nothing get done? One reason is that liberals often inadvertently antagonize gun owners and empower the National Rifle Association by coming across as supercilious, condescending and spectacularly uninformed about the guns they propose to regulate. A classic of gun ignorance
Yeah, I cut the quote off because that’s about where it should have stopped.
Cops cannot tell who the good guy with a gun is! Except they can because the good guy will be the one complying with the cops.
Some cool photos from a time long ago. A time when people wouldn’t be cringing at all the violations of the gun safety rules.
He’s been talking a good game supporting gun rights here recently. But that hasn’t always been the case:
I support the ban on assault weapons and I also support a slightly longer waiting period to purchase a gun.
Like other issues he’s opined on in the past, you have to wonder if he’s sincere or if he’s pandering.
Remember, I do this to entertain me, not you.
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