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November 09, 2016

Brownells Now Selling Guns

I’m sure it has nothing to do with the day after the election. But they are now selling guns.

Now that’s funny

In other election news

Rand Paul won re-election. Excellent.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio lost his election.

But she didn’t do anything illegal

White House open to a Clinton pardon

Gun Porn

Haven’t seen a Gun Blog 9 in a while.

Collier Flintlock Revolvers


A suppressor with a rail on it.

November 08, 2016

Our long national nightmare is over

Or will be. That nightmare being this election. It will, however, be replaced with a new one: One of these people is going to be president. I don’t know that it matters much which corrupt life-long democrat from New York wins. I just kind of hope that when the dust settles, which I doubt will be tonight, that each side can just say GG and move on. But I doubt that, as well.

I’ll make my prediction. It’s Hillary’s to lose. By most polls, she’s ahead. But a few factors could swing it the other way. I think that a low turnout by millennials and blacks may play into it. And the high turnout in early voting seems to favor Trump. There’s also the theory I’ve seen posited that a lot of Trump supporters are people who have never voted or haven’t voted in a while and they are underrepresented (if at all) in polling. I don’t find this theory particularly convincing but if such a demographic can be awakened, it would be by a populist like Trump.

Back in my day

When people wanted to simulate full auto and the ads were sexist and unsafe. Here’s an old advertisement for the Hellstorm trigger of many years ago:


Apex upgraded triggers for Glock pistols. I do like my Apex triggers.

Shooting through a window

From NewsChannel4’s report on an officer involved shooting:

The officer retrieves an AR-15 and fires, while driving, through his windshield. I’m sure that led to some hearing damage.

And here’s Rifleman on youtube recreating the scenario.

News you can use

Guns and crime in England

3D printed guns in court

Defense Distributed has asked for a rehearing.

So, it’s working as planned

Seattle won’t release info on its recent gun violence tax nonsense, which is a $25 tax for every firearm sold in the city and 5 cents for every round of ammunition. And they won’t because, unsurprisingly for anyone with a basic understanding of economics, it’s losing money since people are going outside of the city to buy things.

Obviously, compensating for the size of his penis

Man, 82, shoots and kills home intruder

Gun Porn

Ruger LCP2

Lizards and guns

November 07, 2016

Deal alert

A good deal Howard Leight electronic hearing protection at Amazon.

November 06, 2016

Life in the future

King County is using grocery store databases to look for those buying pet supplies so they can fine them for not registering their animals.

The future is stupid.

You mean people don’t want to pay extra for government involvement?

Shocking news: Only 21 voluntary background checks performed on private gun sales so far at 23 Va. gun shows

And this:

Despite the low number of voluntary checks, Virginia Public Safety Secretary Brian J. Moran said in a statement that he was encouraged by the results and will continue to remain steadfast in educating Virginians on the importance of this law.

Sure thing.

How an M&P works

Don’t want to get shot, don’t rob people

So, some idiot went and robbed a Pizza Hut. He was shot and killed by an employee. I understand that the parents would be upset but their reaction is, frankly, pathetic. And includes lines like:

If there was to be a death, it was not the place of the employee at Pizza Hut. That is the place of law enforcement,

I think their “place” is to arrest and prosecute.

Why in the hell did this guy have a gun?

To shoot people like your son who are threatening lives of people.

This wasnt a body shot. This was a head shot. My son was shot in the left side of his head just behind his ear. A head shot is personal

A shot to stop is a shot to stop.

Even a criminal has a right, to a degree

Not to threaten people with force for money.

That’s neat

Ballistic fart

Mass stabbing

Stopped by man with a gun permit.

Another for the mass murderers v. armed citizens file.

Controversies that aren’t

NRA runs the old vote on the wrong day gag. CNN butthurt.

Moms Demand Something are butthurt that you can make fun targets for kids.

Man open carries at polling place, HuffPo butthurt,

Gun Porn

JRR Tolkeins gun

Colt stainless steel competition pistols

Belt fed AR-15 from 1988

November 04, 2016

Civil Rights Pioneer Passes Away

Don Kates, one of the early pioneers in gun rights has passed away. More here.

Thank you, Don, for all that you did.

November 03, 2016

Guns in movies

An interesting read over at The Economist on movie guns, where they come from, and charts on types of guns in movies. The MP5 up and down is interesting. Odd that I don’t see AR-15s listed.


Is the election boosting sales of AR-15 rifles?

The case against Armslist has been dismissed

Good news:

Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Glenn Yamahiro ruled that the federal Communications Decency Act protected Armslist against negligence and other claims brought in a lawsuit by the family of Zina Daniel Haughton.

And this:

Yamahiro agreed the law gives immunity to Armslist but said Armslist is deliberately operating in an online gun market that others have abandoned and he noted Congress’ “well-documented impotence to take reasonable action to police firearms which allow meaningful background checks.”

Well, that’s pretty much nonsense. Maybe the social media sights will reconsider.


An idiotic woman is upset that her son was exposed to NRA’s Eddie Eagle program. The life-saving program teaches kids that if they find a gun:

To stop.

Don’t touch it.

Tell an adult.

That is seriously what this person is upset about.

Laws named after people are usually dumb laws

McKaylas Law is no exception. Some democrats in Tennessee want to pass a law holding parents responsible when a child uses a gun and it results in injury or death. Basically, they want to punish people in cases that would usually be considered accidental. And if, say, a 13 year old steals a gun from your house and kills someone, what then?

Uh huh

Bret Baier: FBI Sources Believe Clinton Foundation Case Moving Towards “Likely an Indictment”

Color me skeptical.

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

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