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Shall Not Be Questioned

The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State ...
  • Since I haven’t been spending as much time writing about shooting, I’ve been actually shooting more. A lot more, which has kept my reloading press busy. Up until now I’ve used Unique for most of my pistol loads. Recently I got a hold of some Alliant Sport Pistol powder, which was introduced last year. It’s […] Related posts: You Might Be a Silhouette Shooter Making Your Own Carry Ammo? The 6.8SPC Experience

  • Dave Kopel has a great article over at the Volokh Conspiracy on the original plastic gun panic that happened in the 1980s. “Qaddafi Buying Austrian Plastic Pistol.” That was the headline from columnists Jack Anderson and Dale Van Atta in Washington Post on January 15, 1986. According to the article, “The Libyans are said to […] Related posts: Demand For Glocks Quote of the Week National Review Speaking the Truth

  • This Slate article actually shows a reasonable degree of understanding on the home build issue. They correctly point out that home manufacturing is legal in most of the United States, provided they are intended for personal use by the person who makes it. Manufacturing for sale requires an FFL. If lawmakers are concerned about threats […] Related posts: Dealing with NFA Firearms as a Family Member A 3D Printed AR-15 Some Commentary on 3D Printing v. CNC Milling

  • Various groups are attempting to shut down sites that share CAD drawings. Also, a look at the court's lawless TRO. Related posts: National Park Carry More Lawsuits Against National Park Rule DOJ Settles Defense Distributed Case

  • I suspect that the true goal of all the bump stock and 3D printing hysteria is to limit home gun smithing and make working on your own firearms a legally risky maneuver. Well, I should say, more legally risky than it already is. You can also reach AR-15s this way without going for a full […] Related posts: The Bump Stock Issue Never Went Away Now That There’s Talk of a Ban … AP Says He Used a Bump Stock

  • Published over at Code is Free Speech. Also, seen on the Internets: In a world where there are 3-D printers and thumbdrives (not to mention peer-to-peer file sharing over networks), this fight is already over. About all we can do is pass laws that are 21st-century versions of the 19th-century British law that required a […] Related posts: According to at least one law professor … Well, That Didn’t Take Long Peer Reviewed

  • Today, if I go to Defense Distributed’s CAD files, I get this: Our AG and Governor are the reason why. Can you articulate where in Pennsylvania law it says I can’t build my own firearm? You can’t, because it doesn’t exist. So what is the legal basis for shutting off access to a website? This […] Related posts: NRA Sued Over Using “Cloud Gate” Lawsuits are Back, Baby! Cuccinelli for Virginia Attorney General

SayUncle

Remember, I do this to entertain me... not you.
  • The Parkland Shooter Used 5-round Magazines

  • A co-worker was listening to Glenn Beck who said something to the effect of: A hundred years ago, our biggest problems were not enough calories and not enough information. Today, we have too many calories and too much information. The latter being a reference to social media and the 24 hour media.

  • Remember when Space Force sounded dumb? Well, Putin may have beaten us to the punch: U.S. Says Small Russian Satellite A Space Weapon Maneuvering satellite part of Moscow space warfare buildup Russia has deployed a suspicious satellite the United States says is part of Moscow’s plans to attack orbiting satellites in a future conflict, a […]

  • CBS Minnesota: Minnesota set a record last year for the number of gun background checks the FBI conducted in the state. More people are carrying guns than ever before, but the crime rate remains relatively low. Funny how that’s how it always works out.

  • Well, partially. He should delete them all: VODA DELETED ALL HIS VIDEOS BUT ONE

  • Han shot first. With a Glock.

  • The whole NRA is overrun with Russians tidbit doesn’t seem to be about much. Apparently, everyone democrats don’t like has Russian ties.

The Truth About Guns

Exploring the ethics, morality, business, politics, culture, technology, practice, strategy, dangers and fun of guns The Truth About Guns
  • The new Rock River Arms Polymer 1911 Government and Commander-sized guns. You might think of Rock River Arms as an AR manufacturer but in reality the company’s first gun ever was a 1911. Decades later, they’re going back to their handgun roots (can I get a “hell yeah” from my fellow handgun lovers?). At SHOT 2018 they had a polymer 1911 at their booth – that […] The post Rock River Arms Polymer 1911 Now Shipping appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • courtesy politics.myajc.com In May of 2017, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal signed a campus carry bill into law. In September of that year, six Georgia college professors filed a lawsuit against Governor Deal and Georgia AG Chris Carr. The professors alleged the state didn’t have the authority to regulate its own university system. From 11alive.com: “Whether firearms on […] The post Georgia Professors’ Lawsuit Against Campus Carry Law Fails appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • It seems that everyone at TTAG loves the PPQ line. Multiple writers have now completed multiple reviews on several different models. They are all highly positive. That’s because the PPQ is an outstanding firearm in its class. The new Walther PPQ Q4 TAC continues the trend. “Tactical” didn’t always have a real meaning with firearms, […] The post Gun Review: Walther PPQ Q4 TAC in 9X19mm appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • If you pocket carry, you know that pocket holsters are leather or fabric affairs, either shaped to stay in your pocket when you draw or covered with a sticky, cling-y texture to make sure it stays behind when you pull your gun. Alien Gear’s new ShapeShift pocket holster is, well, different. It’s polymer, designed to […] The post Alien Gear’s New ShapeShift Polymer Pocket Holster appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • “Our current gun laws are a necessary compromise among pro- and anti-gun extremes, plus a large middle that wants some gun control but not an outright ban. The NRA zealot is placated by Democratic rhetoric around banning only “weapons of war” paired with the technical knowledge that they can tolerably dodge most Blue State gun laws via […] The post Revealing Gun Control Laws as the Sad, Ineffective Charade They Really Are appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • courtesy whyy.org 3D printing companies take action against 3D guns amid debatable public safety threat “Public safety threat.” Uh huh. You keep trying to stop that signal, pal . . . Lately, Barger has been extra vigilant about the kinds of things people are hoping to create here. “Our staff is always monitoring. If we see anything […] The post Preserving Public Safety, More De-Platforming, and Running on Gun Control — TTAG Daily Digest appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • Press release: SAF, PARTNERS SEEK PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION IN CALIFORNIA CASE BELLEVUE, WA – Attorneys for the Second Amendment Foundation and three other advocacy groups have filed an amended complaint against California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, seeking a preliminary injunction to prevent enforcement of a new law restricting possession of so-called “bullet button assault weapons” because […] The post SAF, Partners File For Preliminary Injunction in California Registration Case appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

The Firearm Blog

Firearms not Politics
  • US Department of Defence has published on their website a contract award announcement telling about a US Navy contract awarded to Trijicon for delivery of handgun reflex sights. Although the model of the sight is not specified, I think it is safe to say that the subject of the contract is one of the Trijicon […] Read More … The post US Navy Awards Trijicon a Handgun Reflex Sight Contract appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Last week saw our eighth installment of Build of the Week and we have plenty more submissions to go.  As we mentioned, we have a plan in mind for some interactivity with this series to keep it a little more fun and lively. After every four posted Builds, we are going to hold a vote […] Read More … The post Vote For Your Favorite BOTW and Win? (Set 2) appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • This is a challenge, and a struggle. How do you describe a firearm that you have seen, examined but there is really nothing available in terms of facts? I saw this revolving shotgun from Yazicilarav at IWA Germany earlier this year, but I couldn’t find any information about it at the time. It’s like Google […] Read More … The post Sibergun RSC410 – The Revolver Shotgun appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • TFB have had several goes at Kalashnikov’s attempts to sell merchandise and expand their brand. For instance their Kalashnikov Moscow Airport store and their online sales. Everyone knows that Glock also runs their own lines of accessories, but it was not until I discovered the GLOCK Horse Performance Center (Austria) and their line of products […] Read More … The post The GLOCK Horse Performance Center Shop appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Kalashnikov Media has published an article telling about an experimental pistol called PS-15 Drel (Russian: Дрель, means “drill”). This handgun was chambered in 5.45x18mm. It was designed in the ’90s by the request of Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs (MVD). The idea was to arm the law enforcement officers with a high capacity concealable handgun. The main […] Read More … The post Russian Experimental PS-15 “DREL” Pistol Chambered in 5.45x18mm appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Today’s photo features two British bullpups, the L85A2 and the Rifle No.9 Mk1, better known as the E.M. 2. The E.M. 2 was briefly adopted by the British Army in 1951, but a combination of national and international political wrangling saw it soon abandoned ostensibly to ensure standardisation of rifle and ammunition amongst the NATO […] Read More … The post POTD: British Bullpups Old & New appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Rising ammo prices have been the norm for quite a few years now. It seems like every time I go to order more rounds, the prices have gone up … again. (Though it’s still not enough to make me want to invest all the money necessary to set myself up as a reloader.) I remember […] Read More … The post The Rising Cost of Ammo, or, Some Things Never Change appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

The Michael Bane Blog

Author and host of the hit OUTDOOR CHANNEL show SHOOTING GALLERY spouts off...
  • Good grief! An article I agree with in NRO (excepting Charles Cooke, their In-house Brit Second Amendment absolutist, with whom I rarely find fault). I'm a single issue voter, as I'm pretty sure you guys know by now. My rationale is and has been that a person's stance on the individual ownership of firearms and their views on the personal responsibility of carrying firearms tells me -- quite

  • Gosh...my last post seems to have disappeared from Facebook...probably a technical glitch...LOL! So here it is on the Blog. Hey Facebook...Happy Independence Day, you fascist bastards! You probably know I unconditionally support Tess Thompson Talley in this manufactured controversy, as I support all forms of legal hunting. I also feel for her, coming off the hunt of her life, to be made to

  • Here's the lowdown on Africa 2018! We were hunting at Ft. Richmond Safaris about an hour and a half from Kimberly, with Richard's and my very good friend Geoffrey Wayland doing the PH duty. The property we were hunting on was roughly 10,000 acres, with hills, acacia savannas and thorn thickets that proved to be a lot denser when you were stalking through it than it looked from the hilltops

  • FROM BEARING ARMS:  "Basically, to use their terminology, they’re trying to “other” us.You see, when you successfully “other” a group, you’re capable of doing any horrible thing. You essentially classify a group as something other than human, thus it becomes easy to commit atrocities against those people. It’s how the Nazis were able to do such terrible things to the Jews. They’d already “

  • Things lost; things gained; the past, as always, remains. The thing is I don’t remember the first time I had a gun in my hands. It seems like something I should remember, some profound milestone to mark the passing from childhood to the mysterious realm of the adults. But...nothing. I do remember my father and his brother, Uncle Sonny, sitting on the porch of my grandparents’ ramshackle

  • The complete rig, two Taylors 1872 Open Tops on 1860 Army gripframes, in .44 Russian, completely overhauled by Jeff Ault at Munden's Six-Gun Magic and Will Ghormley's"Flames of Hell" holsters from 3:10 TO YUMA. To say the actions are now "good" is a vast understatement…they are some of the best single action triggers I have ever felt, period. In fact, the trigger is as good as the action/trigger

  • DROPPED SHOT A WEE BIT OF BACKGROUND Definition of DROPPED SHOT: In the practical shooting sports, a shot that fails to hit the target; a miss. Sometime in mid-1985 I first wrote those words for the first time, for the newly minted FRONT SIGHT Magazine, the journal of the United States Practical Shooting Association. I was the founding editor, and DROPPED SHOT was my back page column.

The War on Guns

Notes from the Resistance...
  • Etheridge said he realizes that some people might ask why the officer didn't just retreat. But he said had the officer backed up down the sloping terrain, he could have fallen and accidentally shot the woman. [More]A side benefit of all that extra training, no doubt...[Via Roger J]

  • Update on the 60 Separate Defamation Lawsuits Against the SPLC Under Consideration [More]Wake me when they're no longer "under consideration."[Via Michael G]

  • “DOJ is manipulating the APA to make sure that information will NOT be used to shoot down the rule,” Savage concludes. “Does ATF prosecute its firearms cases like it promulgates rules, without ever looking at the evidence? ATF is currently attempting to criminalize an industry and a large swath of the population and NEVER looked at any evidence? They claim they were ‘not allowed'? By whom?” [More]ATF's revelation seems like quite the “however,” especially considering they're pushing for a rules change.

  • After withdrawing his application, Gill bought the firearms and sold them online in 2016. The agency said Gill had engaged in approximately 645 transactions ... [More]And selling to people "he had reason to believe intended to use or dispose of the firearms unlawfully"?You'd think an experienced agent would know better than to step on toes and act above his pay grade.[Via Bluesgal]

  • ADL is working in tandem with Center for American Progress, The Fetzer Institute, The Aspen Institute’s Justice & Society Program, Charles Koch Institute, Hope Not Hate, and the National Immigration Forum. [More]Those treasonous Kochsuckers again.Yet note how often "progressives" invoke the name "Koch brothers" as the not-so-hidden "ultraconservative" hands behind "right wing extremists." [Via Mack H]

  • Chelsea Clinton: Roe v. Wade was a boon to U.S. economy [More]When you consider the populations abortions are overwhelmingly performed on and the preponderence for voting Democrat and increasing demands for infrastructure, "entitlements" and "criminal justice" resources, she's got a point.Not that you can convince Sanger deniers...[Via Jess]

  •  Nine previously deported illegal immigrants were indicted Wednesday over allegations of their involvement in a human smuggling scheme  ... Police discovered 14 men and 1 woman in the vehicle.  They did not have any identification and did not speak English. [More]A joke system deserves clown cars...[Via bondmen]

No Lawyers - Only Guns and Money

"Send lawyers, guns and money. The shit has hit the fan." - Warren Zevon
  • As I reported about a month ago, a coalition of California gun rights groups, the SAF, and individual plaintiffs sued Attorney General Xavier Becerra (D-CA) and the California DOJ over their computer system failures which made timely registration of "assault weapons" impossible. This coalition has now added four more plaintiffs in an amended complaint and is moving for a preliminary injunction.More details are in the release sent out this afternoon. You would think that in...

  • In this video, Ian McCollum of Forgotten Weapons looks at one of John Garand's early rifles. The Model of 1924 Trials Rifle was primer-activated. That is, the primer would come out of the pocket in the brass and push a small piston back. This would serve to unlock the bolt and the autoloading process would go on from there.This is the first that I've ever heard about such a system and I find it both...

  • Harvard Law Professor Laurence Tribe is one of those liberal lions in academia. He's put out leading books on the Constitution, testified before Congress, advocated for free speech, and is a hypocrite.What was that last part?Hypocrite as in saying he is an advocate for free speech but doesn't believe that code is free speech.I’m co-counsel with @deepakguptalaw on behalf of Everytown for Gun Safety, explaining why 3-D downloadable guns aren’t “speech” under the First Amendment...

  • There is a long history of banning books both here in the United States and abroad. Books that come to mind are D. H. Lawerence's Lady Chatterley's Lover, Mark Twain's Huckleberry Finn, and a whole host of others. In more recent times, the Supreme Court has rejected efforts to ban books just because someone didn't like it. See Island Trees School District v. Pico (1982)Here is a book that you need to buy that many...

  • Ian McCollum of Forgotten Weapons discusses a rather unknown (in the greater scheme of things) battle between the Germans and the French Resistance during WWII. The battle for Vercors was the climatic battle between the Resistance and the Germans which took place in 1944. The battle took place in southeastern France in a region that is had a mix of mountains, high cliffs, and high plateau also known as the Prealps or foothills of the...

  • Steve Sanetti has been President and CEO of the National Shooting Sports Foundation since 2008 and was President of Sturm, Ruger before that. The NSSF has announced a succession plan for when Sanetti retires at the end of 2019. Joseph Bartozzi, Executive VP and General Counsel of Mossberg, will become the new President of NSSF on September 10, 2018 with plans that he assume the CEO role on Sanetti's 2019 retirement.Bartozzi has been with Mossberg...

  • When I grew up in the 60s and 70s in Greensboro, North Carolina, our local newspaper, the Greensboro Daily News, supported free speech. It had editorialized against the Speaker Ban Law which banned anyone with Communist Party connections from speaking on a state university campus. It featured great editorial writers like Jonathan Yardley and Edwin Yoder who went on to win the Pulitzer Prize later in their careers. The editor was Bill Snider who would...

Off Grid Survival – Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills

An online resource for survival information. From wilderness and urban survival to emergency preparedness and off grid living, we provide you with the knowledge you need to survive in any situation.
  • A man, possibly an Alaska Airlines Employee, hijacked an airplane from SeaTac International Airport and took it on an unauthorized flight, where it was chased down by F-15 fighter planes before it appears to have [...] The post Guy Steals Passenger Jet at Seattle Airport appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • The nomad lifestyle can give you more freedom and time than you ever thought possible. Learn how one couple got more deeply in touch with their own survival and learned to slow WAY down taking on the boondocking lifestyle. [...] The post Throwing out the Rule Book: Traveling North America in an RV appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live out on the road? Check out our latest RV living story about how two newlyweds that decided to travel the country and live and work full-time in an RV. [...] The post Newlyweds Hit the Road to become Full-time RVers appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • Susan Shumsky isn’t your average weekend camper; in fact, for the last 30 years, Susan has lived alone in either a van, a trailer or an RV. Here is her story... [...] The post The Life of a Boondocker: Living alone in Vans, Trailers and RVs appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • Ever wonder what it would be like to live off the grid? Check out this unique family of five who has been traveling fulltime in a 5th wheel RV since 2014. [...] The post The Globe Trekker Family – Living Full-time in an RV appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live off the gird? What about living a fulltime mobile/nomadic lifestlye? [...] The post OFFGRID Living in an RV: Living a Nomadic Lifestyle appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • President Donald Trump pardoned Oregon cattle ranchers Dwight Hammond and his son, who had both been targeted by the BLM & the federal government in a harassment campaign that lead to the 2016 occupation of an Oregon wildlife refuge. [...] The post Trump Pardons Oregon ranchers who inspired Showdown between Militia and Federal Government appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

Musings Over a Barrel


This guy's shooting journey, capped with a good beer at the end of the day...

#TriggerWarning
  • August 14 is the Feast Day of the Martyrs of Otranto. These faithful Christians were victims of muslim brutality and conquest in the Italian city of Otranto in 1480. Two days prior, on August 11, the town, which had been under siege for two weeks, was finally overrun by the Ottoman invaders. Subsequently, all men in the town over the age of 50 were slaughtered, and women and children under 15 were sent away into slavery. The leader of the invaders, Pasha Ament ordered over 800 surviving Christian men brought before him and commanded them to convert to islam or face death. The faithful refused to cave in to his barbarous demands.One of the men came forth and spoke in a manner that we should all pray we could emulate,My brothers, until today we have fought in defense of our country, to save our lives, and for our lords; now it is time that we fight to save our souls for our Lord, so that having died on the cross for us, it is good that we should die for...

  • Saw this the other day over at New Jovian Thunderbolt.I remember Blatz was often the beer of choice during those lean college years. In those days we looked for quantity over quality.  [ This content originated at Musings Over a Barrel ]

  • It's been a slow no blogging week. Life is good, however I've had neither the time nor the inspiration to write.I changed positions at work a few months ago, and it's keeping me busy, even if I am enjoying it. My brain is always "on" while working through finances, contracts, licensing, and so forth. When I get home, after a few final checks of my mail, I am ready to relax. Period.That usually means sitting on my screen porch, sipping coffee, or a beer, or maybe a bourbon. I try to avoid having my laptop with me, preferring to simply stare into the woods while I recharge.But, it's the weekend. Here's hoping for refreshment and replenishment. [ This content originated at Musings Over a Barrel ]

  • On Saturday, I joined three friends for the trip across the Potomac River to shoot the monthly IDPA match at Sanner's Lake. I was looking forward to shooting the new fiber optic sight outdoors in sunlight. The Delaware State IDPA Match was also taking place over the weekend, so attendance at the monthly match was low, with just 38 shooters participating.The first stage had us moving and shooting around walls. Seven targets requiring two hits each were found on the stage, along with a non-threat and a barrel stack adding to the challenge. It was a fun, quick stage that got my match off to a good start, shooting down zero.Next up was an unusual Standards stage with a lone target set at five yards, and engaged in four separate strings. String 1 was draw and fire one shot, string 2 was four rounds low ready, three shots strong hand only from low ready was required for the third string, and two rounds weak hand only from low ready finished the stage. This turned out to be too complicated for...

  • Almost finished.Beware of "ghost guns" this weekend. [ This content originated at Musings Over a Barrel ]

  • I managed to get in another visit to the range this week. (Actually it's not the range time that's hard to find, it's the time to travel to and from the range that eats up the afternoon.) I felt I needed another session after the mixed results last time.I started out shooting at 10 yards, at a moderate pace, alternating between body and head shots. I'm starting to feel a lot more confident with the head shots now that the front sight doesn't cover the whole target. I can start trying for -0 hits instead of just "on paper" when aiming at the head zone.A fresh target in place, the next 50 rounds were fired in rapid, 4, 5, or 6 shot strings. Shooting as fast as I could get an acceptable sight picture, I was seeing the benefits of the narrow sight even on the larger target zone and feeling more confident in my shot calling.Next up was a bit of longer distance shooting with the target set at 20 yards. Here again, I was seeing the benefit of...

  • When it comes to gun ownership, it seems that family physicians are not always supportive. However, I am fortunate to have some health care providers who are not only accepting, but take an active interest firearms.When I'm getting a chiropractic adjustment, I need to remove all the thicker objects from my belt and pockets. The conversation usually turns to range visits and guns. The chiropractor asks about recent match experiences, so I tell him about anything that hurts when I'm shooting.Our family doctor will often look at my weigh-in data and then ask what I'm carrying. In true patient / doctor familiarity, he often remembers what I wore during my last visit.Still don't like going to the doctor. [ This content originated at Musings Over a Barrel ]

SHTF Plan – When It Hits The Fan, Don't Say We Didn't Warn You

  • A viral video of a UFO (unidentified flying object) over Lake Norman in North Carolina has speculations surging.  The video was shot in Mooresville as the cameraman was at work, and it appears to show the "spacecraft" hovering over the lake.

  • Fires during fire season are not confined just to those high-risk Western states. Fires also break out from carelessness on the part of outdoor adventurers and enthusiasts who do not realize just how dry the ground and terrain is. So what if you are in one of the states listed previously, or what if a fire should break out in your locale?

  • The United States government appears to be "alarmed" over the behavior of a mysterious Russian satellite. Some in the government even say that it is entirely possible that the satellite might actually be a weapon.

  • Just like the financial crisis of 2008 which investor Peter Schiff accurately predicted, there are warning signs again that are being ignored.  “We are seeing a lot of warning signs people should be worried about, but again they’re dismissing them, much the way they did 10 years ago,” Shiff said. Schiff is known for his “doom […]

  • The mayor of the ever increasingly violent city of London is now seeking a ban on cars in certain areas after a "car attack."  Since banning guns and regulating knives hasn't worked, Sadiq Khan said he's likely to ban cars to prevent future terrorist attacks.

  • As governments raise taxes to cope with their unending spending habits, people are increasingly being forced to supplement their own income with loans. And according to most financial experts, this debt problem is so big that it will usher in a global economic collapse of epic proportions. 

  • The public is being regaled with lies, conditioned to accept false explanations about the true cause of a crisis that is about to occur; a crisis which central bankers are deliberately engineering so that they can later promote the philosophy of "simplification" and one-world centralization as a cure-all.

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