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Shall Not Be Questioned

The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State ...
  • Do I dare try to see if I have enough links? I dare! Bloomberg has apparently spent 5 million dollars so far on gun control. So far, he’s made Washington worse, barely eked out a victory in Nevada that turned out to not be much of a victory, and was outright defeated in Maine. I […] Related posts: Sandy Hook Lawsuit Dismissed Update on Bushmaster Lawsuit Bloomberg’s Super Bowl Commercial

  • Since news is relatively scarce, I’m going to start a recurring feature sharing things I’ve come to believe over the past decade. Thinking some more I realized how much my post the other day didn’t really include. Even if there’s no news I can probably think up something every couple of days for a while […] Related posts: Hillary By Ten What I Agree With Might Surprise You USA Today Fundamentally Misunderstands the Issue

  • We spent years trying to get rid of Arlen Spector, and now Pat Toomey being Arlen reborn is probably a best case scenario for guns: The big question now is whether we’ve lost Toomey for good on the gun issue, or whether he’s just going to play both sides like his predecessor did. If Toomey is […] Related posts: Things Looking Up for Toomey Luksik to Enter GOP Senate Primary The 2010 Election Begins

  • If posting has been light, one reason is I’m spending nearly all my non-working hours trying to sort out a new membership management system for my club. I consider this part of the “local engagement” I was speaking about earlier. We largely decided not to go with a cloud-based solution, which is fine with me. […] Related posts: Club Membership Management Migration Finished Data Center Bleg

  • I’m short on things to write about, probably because I haven’t been paying as close attention to the news. It’s occurred to me that there’s a lot of things I believe now that I didn’t ten years ago. Ten years is an awful lot of time to be immersed in writing about a single issue, […] Related posts: Support Gun Rights? You’re a Gangbanger! It’s All About Bill The Importance of Culture

  • As if shit couldn’t get any weirder: The war began when a fascist party and its armband-clad leader led a putsch. Antifascists mobilized in response. Threats of violence ensued. Then the Rocky Mountain Fur Con canceled all future events. The Fur Con is an annual summit in Denver, Colorado, for “furries,” people who present themselves […] Related posts: Obama’s Dour Optimism Please Let This Be a Joke A 21st Century Campaign

  • There hasn’t been quite enough news to get these out every week. But here goes: You know all the stories about gun sales tanking post Trump? Fake News. Also, you know the story about how the NRA was never political before the 1977 Cincinnati Revolt? Fake News. We seem to have a bad track record with […] Related posts: Sorry For Light Posting Context Again Weekly Gun News – Edition 54


Remember, I do this to entertain me... not you.
  • WKRN: Metro police told News 2 a group of people were inside the store when at least three armed suspects came in through an unlocked back door and began firing. Witnesses said one of the people in the group was able to wrestle one of the suspects gun away and exchanged fired with at least […]

  • S&W and Ruger stock prices rise as people are buying more guns.

  • A Glock Gen 5. Or a Glock 17M?.

  • So, I mentioned a bit back a group of armed protesters at a Trump rally. Well, it seems they’re organized as the Redneck Revolt. And they’ve got a video of themselves practicing at the range: That is some serious sheep-hitting. Seriously, some of them look like they know what they’re doing. Others, not so much.

  • So, you use this cover for your gun when you’re open carrying. To make your XD look like a Glock. WITAF?

  • Bloomberg has spent 5M to fight against civil rights.

  • Chicago nearing 1,000 gunshot victims this year

The Truth About Guns

Exploring the ethics, morality, business, politics, culture, technology, practice, strategy, dangers and fun of guns
  • SIG’s line of hunting ammunition — SIG HT — has tripled in size this month. Expanding on their existing 120 grain 300 BLK offering, the new 60 grain .223 Rem... The post New From SIG SAUER: SIG HT Hunting Ammo in .223 appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • James W. Currin, of Wilmington, North Carolina is a staunch supporter of both the NRA and the Second Amendment. Just ask him. Or you can read his recent letter to... The post With Friends Like These – NC Constitutional Carry Bills ‘Completely Irresponsible’ appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • Rachel Malone of Texas Firearms Freedom writes: Constitutional Carry in Texas is being spun out like an episodic drama. Depending on your news source, you may be hearing that it’s... The post Texas Constitutional Carry: The Saga Continues! appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • Considering the popularity of the duty-sized HK VP9 — TTAG gave it a solid Four Stars — it was only a matter of time before a compact version designed for concealed carry... The post New From Heckler & Koch: The VP9SK appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • Recently I coached a student whose shots were were hitting low on the target. This was much more than the result of a mechanical offset issue, so it got my attention fast.... The post Jeff Gonzales: How And Why Not To [Intentionally] Shoot Low appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • This coming Friday morning at the NRA Annual Meetings, Springfield will be releasing a “new pistol platform.” Stay tuned to TTAG on Friday and throughout the weekend for this and other... The post New From Springfield Armory: Undisclosed New Pistol Platform appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • A pocketable Smith & Wesson revolver handles the the EDC needs of thousands of gun owners. In this case it’s the ambidextrous Bodyguard .38. See all of Robb’s gear at... The post Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day – Robb Lundberg appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

The Firearm Blog

Firearms not Politics
  • Let’s take a look at some specialty 12 ga ammunition. Can this possibly perforate armor as the name implies? To answer that question, we fire Precision Gun Works Armor Piercing Slug from an 18.5″ Mossberg 500A at level IIA body armor. But the ammo here @ Ventura Munitions: Guns in this video: Mossberg 500A Thanks […] Read More … The post 12 ga Precision Gun Works armor piercing slug appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Browning announced the availability of five new 1911-380 pistols to its line. Two of the pistols fall into the company’s limited availability category, while the balance are part of its current production category. Limited Availability Two new 1911-380 pistols fall into this category: the 1911-380 Black Label Medallion Stainless Compact and the 1911-380 Black Label Medallion […] Read More … The post Browning Adds New Black Label 1911-380 Pistols appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • I had the opportunity to compare the brand new Tikka T3x TAC A1 with the Ruger Precision Rifle (Gen 1). The Tikka is so new it’s hardly on the market yet. First official deliveries to mortals like you and me are – to my knowledge – end of May. Both rifles were chambered in .308 […] Read More … The post POTD: Tikka T3x TAC A1 vs. Ruger Precision Rifle appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • The United States Special Operations Command (SOCOM) is considering a caliber change for their future semiautomatic sniper weapons systems. Although traditionally these medium range precision weapons have been chambered for the 7.62x51mm caliber common to NATO, it seems SOCOM is looking to get a little more out of them by changing over to a new […] Read More … The post SOCOM Looks to 6.5mm Creedmoor, .260 Remington for New Semiautomatic Sniper Rifle appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Surefire has been slowly releasing more new products even after the excitement of SHOT Show has settled. This includes 3 new flashlights with their MaxVision beam and high output LED. All 3 new models sell anywhere from roughly 0 – 0. While these may not be entirely affordable for the general consumer, this is the […] Read More … The post Surefire Sheds some Light on their NEW Flashlights appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Maybe your rifle likes to dine on something hearty like a 120 Grain pill. Maybe you prefer to enjoy some lighter fare at the range like a 110 Grain bullet. Now you can get your gun eating both in Gorilla Ammunition’s new .300 Blackout offerings. Gorilla Match .300 Blackout 110 Grain Varminter Hollow Point This […] Read More … The post Gorilla Ammunition Broadens their Palate of .300 Blackout Flavors appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Volquartsen Firearms announced the company would be giving away a special “USA themed” Scorpion pistol at the upcoming National Rifle Association Annual Meetings. The rimfire pistol is similar to the one that Volquartsen Firearms donated to the NRA for a fund raising auction. The most prominant feature about this pistol is the United States of America […] Read More … The post Volquartsen to Give Away “USA Themed” Scorpion Pistol at NRA Show appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

The Michael Bane Blog

Author and host of the hit OUTDOOR CHANNEL show SHOOTING GALLERY spouts off...
  • Well, actually that's not completely true…I'm scripting for GUN STORIES WITH JOE MANTEGNA, so I'm spending 6-8 hours a day in front of the computer working. Given all the personal stuff that's been whirling around, it's hard to build up a lot of enthusiasm to tackle the laptop after I shut down the desktop. Plus, it appears there's been a massive reduction of IQ in the various social media,

  • The world's greatest trigger manufacturer take customization to a whole new level!!! From tomorrow's presser: New Apex Gunsmith Fit Universal Trigger Apex is proud to introduce the all new Red Anodized Gunsmith Fit Universal Trigger, the one replacement trigger for all (or most) of your custom trigger needs. What It DoesAn industry first, the Apex Gunsmith Fit Universal Trigger is

  • Thought you guys might like to see the progress on my Ruger Mk IV — the grips have been changed from the target grips to a standard set from ShopRuger, a rail has been mounted and the C-More bolted into place. I just started shooting it, and I'll fill you in on accuracy details, hopefully this afternoon after my fun and exciting appointment with the dentist! On other projects, the Ruger

  • A bunch of wrap-up thingies for the week... 1) Mo' Rugers! Mo' Rugers! Mo' Rugers! Ruger has announced an American .45 Compact. I like the compact 9mm a lot, so I would expect this one to be every bit as good. I assume Brother Ed Head has a review spinning up for DRTV. Ruger also announced 2 more versions of their MK IV .22 pistols, a 22/45 Tactical, based on the upgraded model with the

  • I'm on my second gallon of coffee to see if I can jumpstart my brain. Fingers crossed... I've started reading my friend Max Prasac's spectacular book, THE GUN DIGEST BOOK OF HUNTING REVOLVERS. Even if you're not interested in handgun hunting, the book is a wealth of information on big bore revolver shooting (and was Max's previous book, BIG BORE HANDGUNS). Our SHOOTING GALLERY episode on

  • So yesterday I had a wonderful plan…was going to get out the door early, do my various and sundry errands, then spend the afternoon at the range. I'd gotten out my .22 Ruger American bolt gun and a brick of CCI Quiet to do some work off sticks and practice off-hand on close and medium targets. I was darned excited. Of course the errands ran long, so on the way home I grabbed a turkey sandwich

  • From Swaro this afternoon: Cranston, Rhode Island - SWAROVSKI OPTIK NORTH AMERICA, a subsidiary of the Austrian based company, announces the dS, representing a completely new generation of rifle scope. This product will highlight the optical features of a conventional rifle scope and combine the technology of digital targeting to form an impressive, complete device. Delivery starts in

The War on Guns

Notes from the Resistance...
  • [More][Via Florida Guy] 

  • blow up The Boulder Daily Camera and eliminate Andrew O’Connor? [More]Or to at least acknowledge the equivalency of that statement?[Via Michael G]

  • And he still does... [More][Via Michael G]

  • Not a right until they say soGetting the bootJibber-JaberYou, not usSource citation

  • “After Trump was elected, I spent days just weeping,” explained the professor. [More]Now there's a male role model for ya.I don't know what's creepier -- that statement, the painting or the "artists" obvious fanboy lust for an actor, who, by the way, represents an Opposite Day "progressive" Captain Anti-America perfectly...[Via Florida Guy] 

  • “They are not police officers. They are given limited police authority,” Quinn said. “They’re not supposed to take them off mall premises, not unless they’re given some authority other than what they’re given by their license, no.” [More]So would you call that a reversal of "snatch and grab"?[Via bondmen]

  • King, co-host of "CBS This Morning," went on a star-studded vacation with the former president and first lady, Tom Hanks, Bruce Springsteen, and her best friend Oprah Winfrey on billionaire David Geffin's 138-meter luxury yacht, called the Rising Sun. [More]Not that this would ever affect her objectivity...

No Lawyers - Only Guns and Money

"Send lawyers, guns and money. The shit has hit the fan." - Warren Zevon
  • I have not seen the complaint yet but the NRA and the California Rifle and Pistol Association are plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the State of California that seeks to have the Assault Weapons Control Act declared unconstitutional. Attorney Chuck Michel said the complaint would be up soon.I think this is just the beginning of the lawsuits to come against the new gun control laws enacted in 2016 plus by Prop 63.From the NRA-ILA on...

  • Since we are on the topic of countries declaring their independence, 101 years ago today, on Easter Monday 1916, the Irish Republican Brotherhood joined by the Irish Citizens Army and the Irish Volunteers declared independence from Great Britain. They were joined by a women's paramilitary group Cumann na mBan.As I made clear in a post from a few years ago, the Easter Rising was quickly crushed by British forces. It would take another six years...

  • 2017 marks the 100th year of Finnish independence. They had been a part of the Kingdom of Sweden until 1809 when they were ceded to Russia as the Grand Duchy of Finland. With the October Revolution and the overthrow of the Czar, the Finns declared their independence.Now a musical interlude to set the mood and what would be more appropriate than Jean Sibelius' Finlandia. To commemorate this momentous event, the Finnish firearms company Sako is...

  • Many of you remember the legal travails that Paul Lathrop of the Polite Society Podcast went through last year. To refresh your memories, a hothead at a truck stop falsely accused Paul of waving a gun in his face and threatening to shoot him. This led to his arrest for "terroristic threats" and "possession of a weapon during the commission of a felony". The good news is all charges were dropped as surveillance video confirmed...

  • I just received an email from the Brady Campaign railing about North Carolina HB 588 and how it rolls back "four decades" of "lifesaving background checks". I'll let you read it first and then I will comment on it.The corporate gun industry is bringing its fight to weaken lifesaving background checks to North Carolina! Right now, they’re pushing H.B. 588, a dangerous bill that would dramatically undermine the current background check system, through the state...

  • If you are attending the NRA Annual Meeting and plan on attending Friday's Leadership Forum, you need to remember that Secret Service rules are in effect. In other words, you won't be allowed to carry concealed nor will you be allowed to have a knife on your person because the President will be in the attendance.Last year Knife Rights set up a knife check system and they will again be offering it. As a bonus,...

  • Thirteen law professors have penned an amicus brief supporting the plaintiffs in Soto et al v. Bushmaster et al. This is the Connecticut state case where Bushmaster, the distributor, and the FFL are being sued for negligent entrustment for selling an AR15 to the Newton murderer's mother. The case is before the Connecticut Supreme Court on appeal after it was dismissed at the superior court level where the judge said negligent entrustment did not apply.From...

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.

Musings Over a Pint

Shooting, freedom, and a good beer at the end of the day...

#TriggerWarning  #Deplorable
  • One way I judge bar service is by how long my beer glass stays empty before the bartender notices. The truth be told, if the glass is already empty when the server notices, they are behind the curve. We were traveling last weekend and stopped into the hotel bar for a drink after dinner. It didn't take long to realize my second beer was going to be long in coming.More than 14 minutes passed before the bartender looked up and acknowledged me, despite us being seated right in front of the taps. (I didn't start the timer for a few minutes after emptying my glass.) On the other hand, we saw one patron's beer get poured as soon as he ordered it, it then sat on the bar for 15 minutes before being delivered.We took a chance on ordering a late snack as well, and the food service followed the same pattern. In the end our food was comped by the manager. On the bright side we did enjoy fun conversation with other patrons as we commiserated over our woes...

  • This would cause snowflake meltdown if it aired in the U.S. [ This content originated at Musings Over a Pint ]

  • I know that I have been quite fortunate to be able to visit the range frequently. It's a conscience effort on my part to go shooting at least once a week. Those visits, in addition to the organized matches, are my version of sanity in a busy life. Yet, all that frequent shooting, makes NOT going all the more noticeable.I've had my range gear with me at work all week. But this was also the week that saw the implementation of a large project I'd been leading for months. Staff was trained, equipment was in place, and we were on time! A range trip celebration would have been the icing on the cake.Yet it was not to be. Even with the project rolling out successfully, other duties kept calling. No time to rest on laurels as there's always other work to do. Each time I thought a break was in sight, the phone would ring, or someone would come by the office with a new task or request for assistance. On a couple evenings after work I even thought about heading...

  • A popular event at many pubs is the deceptively named "Steal the Glass" night. There's usually a few beers offered from a featured brewery, and the patron gets to "steal" a special glass, featuring the brewery's logo. Often that glass is a simple shaker pint, other times the glass can be unique or interesting in some way. The fallacy of the promotion is that with few exceptions, the drinker isn’t "stealing" anything, they are actually paying extra for the beer, in order to keep the "free" glass. I have dozens of glasses I’ve acquired at Steal the Glass events, but often times I simply don’t want the glass, and I certainly don’t want to pay extra for a glass I don’t need. And therein lies the rub.We went out for dinner at a local pub the other night. I had seen a post on Facebook that the restaurant was "featuring" SweetWater Brewery, and pouring their 420 Pale Ale and SweetWater's 20th Anniversary Imperial Hash IPA. However, when we arrived we learned the beers were part of a "Steal the Glass" promotion. In addition,...

  • From a recent comment posted from Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, intended for the two year old "The ISIS Shooting Drill" post:That being said, the stuff you're drilling holes in can change vastly. It could be timber, brick, glass, steel, or possibly tile. Distinct bits are typically required for every various surface. [Link redacted]The search term "drill" was all it took for "Mueeid Soomro" to find us. I suspect the irony of "drilling holes" given the subject matter was lost on the intrepid entrepreneur. [ This content originated at Musings Over a Pint ]

  • Our son was able to come home for the Easter weekend. Even though he was here less than 48 hours, we were thrilled that he made the long drive so that we could celebrate as a family. We were sitting around Saturday afternoon talking, mostly about guns, and the discussion turned to a possible range trip. Colleen was planning an early dinner before the Easter Vigil. My part in the preparations involved steaks on the grill, and that was supposed to happen in about 15 minutes. We had several hours still before we needed to head over for Mass. I called an audible to delay dinner and we headed over to the range so he could shoot the new P320.We set up a couple targets and my college student started putting shots in the center of the target right off the bat. (Sometimes he's annoying that way.) I kept loading and feeding him magazines, and encouraged him to work back to greater distances. He stayed consistent with good hits as he moved.We had also brought along the smaller SIG P239...

  • With those words, we learn that the promises of Our Lord were fulfilled. The empty tomb reminds us that death and sin have been conquered. Whenever I think about the Resurrection, I am struck by the sense of awe the women must felt at the tomb. I often too wonder what those who persecuted Him must have thought on Easter morning.As we go through life we face many trials and tribulations. But we must always remember that "the worse thing that could ever happen" has already happened. The biggest battle man could ever face has already been fought, and won, for us. Jesus conquered death so that we could have eternal life. We rejoice in that knowledge at Easter.Today we celebrate the fulfillment of Our Lord's promise of eternal life. On this most glorious of days, our worries and fears are laid to rest. We are reminded that the war between good and evil has already been fought, and that good has forever triumphed. For three days, Satan thought he had won. Three days vs. eternity. Easter gives us the...

Of Arms and the Law

  • Story here. Good shooting!

  • "Half-cocked: The Regulatory Framework of Short-Barrel Firearms" in the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy.

  • Story here. He sets the record for most questions asked by a new justice, and has a fine time at it.

  • Story here. A delicious twist: it's the same day as the White House Correspondent's dinner, which he announced he would cut.

  • Oregon proposes to repeal ban on duelists holding office. Good. Can't see any reason why a man should be unable to run for office just because he requested that satisfaction due a gentleman.

  • Alleged murderer of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry arrested. Agent Terry was the agent murdered using guns run in the "Fast and Furious" scandal.

  • Right now there are two cert. petitions pending: Peruta (can California make all handgun carry, open on concealed, subject to "may issue" permitting) and Binderup (an as applied challenge). Plus CalGuns Foundation is going to go for cert. on Silvester v. Becerra (can California impose a waiting period even on purchasers who already own firearms). Here's hoping. The problem is, if they couldn't get four Justices to vote to take cert. when Scalia was on the Court and voting in favor, they probably won't get four with Justice Gorsuch as his replacement. (We know he was voting in favor, because he joined with Justice Thomas in a dissent from a denial of certiorari in two 2015 cases.

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