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Shall Not Be Questioned

The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State ...
  • I don’t really feel like commenting on statue toppling. I don’t really favor toppling statues for the most part. Though I’m sort of OK (sort of because in general people who want to erase history are up to no good) with removing (through democratic, rather than mob action) statues that were put up in the […] Related posts: Making Your Own Carry Ammo? Sport Pistol Powder A Big Fear of Mine

  • The Supreme Court will continue to allow the lower courts to rule the Second Amendment into irrelevance. I stand by my assertion that Roberts was the weak link all along, or at least one of them. Maybe Kennedy was too. But clearly unless there’s yet another change on the Court, this isn’t going anywhere. Judges […] Related posts: Kennedy Retiring Rumors Getting Stronger on Kennedy Kennedy May Have Been the Weak Link

  • It’s getting friskier in the ‘burbs than at any point in my living memory. I lived somewhere else during the Rodney King riots, but I don’t remember any of that coming out of the city. Here, we had a looting attempt at Neshaminy Mall and an active issue at Franklin Mills Mall. A pizza place […] Related posts: Please Don’t Take Offense if I Don’t Facebook Friend You or if You Were Unfriended Sometimes You Need to be Reminded Why Social Media Sucks Effects of Civil Unrest on Guns Laws

  • I believe the poll showing that Americans want to keep gun stores closed is correct. But people’s real views on any given topic are always more complicated than any poll can tease out. Very few people want to tell pollsters they think the economy is more important than saving grandma. What this poll tells you […] Related posts: NRA Polls its Own Members Polling: The Affect of Two Mass Murders in a Row on Public Opinion Polling Shows People Wary of Open Carry

  • I started a new job right before all the lockdowns started, which meant being onboarded at the new offices, given a laptop, and sent home. I haven’t seen the office or any coworkers since. I used to work with the manager at a previous job, almost 20 years ago at this point, which is how […] Related posts: San Francisco’s Lone Gun Store Fights to Reopen. Rumors of My Demise Are Greatly Exaggerated PGC Looking to Reopen Ranges

  • Boy the COVID pandemic sure makes me want to go colonize Mars. Between the dripping condescension over people who make different risk/benefit calculations and conclude reopeners only want to kill grandma and the “But muh rights!” crowd, get me off, please. I’m very pro-individual rights, but the government has long had considerable power to halt […] Related posts: Quarantine Power Oink! Oink! Bang! Bang! An Analogy for Fast and Furious

  • I hate seeing bad things happen to good people, especially in the middle of all this madness going on around us. One just does not have the words. I feel for SayUncle and the kids, as my family went through the loss of my own mother at age 43, though that was six years in […] Related posts: Frank Talk About Grief Chicago Gun Ban Upheld in District Court Horrible News

SayUncle

Remember, I do this to entertain me... not you.
  • By now, you’ve all probably seen this story and seen this or a similar image: Some times, some gun nuts are dumb. And this was one of those times. One group decided that the two in the video were idiots because they obviously didn’t have training. Complaints include: Pointing the handgun at people Dude pointing […]

  • Facebook: You can’t sell gun or gun related stuff on our platform. Also Facebook: Here’s an ad to purchase an illegal firearm suppressor:

  • Once the pandemic started, things got weird. Suddenly, everyone was out of toilet paper. Store shelves empty. People doing without. Probably a surge in home bidet sales too. And hell if I know why. Personally, I wasn’t dropping any more deuces than usual. The same happened with cleaners and other paper products. At least that […]

  • I’ve been noticing it a lot lately. And, today, I decided to document all the virtue signalling I am subjected to. This started at about 8 am this morning and by 9:15, I saw all of this: Wanting to be left out of all of it is not good enough.

  • Putting it together, I made a mistake of having the stock fold to the left side. This seemed easier to operate but it also did the following: *Hit the charging handle. *Interfered with the sling. *And it interfered with the grip. See:

  • SCOTUS Denies Cert In Pending 2A Cases. Roberts is the gift that keeps on giving, isn’t he? The strategy of winning at the courts seems to be failing.

  • The NRA calls out Fudds.

The Truth About Guns

Exploring the ethics, morality, business, politics, culture, technology, practice, strategy, dangers and fun of guns The Truth About Guns
  • Kat Ainsworth for TTAG By Larry Keane There’s an encouraging trend happening now that will benefit America’s public lands and bring together generations of outdoor enthusiasts. People are hunting. It’s a welcome trend that could steer conservation for generations. Firearm purchases in America reached record levels in 2020. Millions are first-time buyers, jumping off the fence and exercising their Second Amendment right to […] The post More Americans are Hunting Their Way Through the Coronavirus appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • By XS Sights Glock sights are among the easiest pistol sights to change out and are one of the first upgrades people make to their pistols. You don’t need an expensive sight pusher tool or gunsmithing tools to install your own set of sights. Some of these specialty tools are nice to have if you […] The post XS Sights Easy DIY Glock Installation – DXT2 & RAM Night Sights appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • Adobe Stock After the FBI released their raw NICS totals, this morning, the NSSF has now released the adjusted NICS firearm background check totals for June. The NSSF’s numbers correct for background checks run for purposes other than a gun purchase. To no one’s surprise, the June firearm sales numbers were staggering. Here’s their press release: The […] The post NSSF: 2.17 Million Guns Sold in June, Up 136% Over Last Year, Q2 Sales Up 93%…At Least appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • Courtesy Reddit Lead is the most common metal used in bullets for a number of reasons: cost, malleability, expansion on impact…and of course density. The more weight you can cram into the projectile the more energy you can deliver downrange. The relatively high density of lead means you get a lot of bang for your ballistic buck. […] The post Obscure Objects of Desire: Depleted Uranium 7.62 NATO Rounds appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • With the introduction of the K6s DASA Combat, Kimber took the next logical step in the development of the perfect revolver for recreational, target shooting, home defense and concealed carry. The 4-inch barrel on the compact K6s frame makes the K6s DASA Combat one of the most versatile, concealable and accurate wheel guns you can […] The post K6s 4″ DASA Combat Is the Ultimate All-Around Use Revolver appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • Courtesy FBI The FBI’s NICS gnomes were awfully busy in June. Televised nationwide rioting and looting tend to motivate people who don’t already own a firearm to tool up. And tool up they apparently did. The FBI just released its monthly report of the number of National Instant Check System background checks performed last month and June […] The post June NICS Firearm Background Check Totals Smash Records, Up 70% Over Previous Year-Ago Total appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • Re: Systemic infringements of Gun Rights in New Jersey New Jersey firearms owners are united in one voice as we request reform in how Police Departments and the New Jersey State Police handle and process firearms permitting in New Jersey. The Second Amendment community has been a longtime supporter of our Law Enforcement personnel, who […] The post Unified New Jersey Gun Groups’ Letter to Gov. Murphy, AG Grewal and State Police Supt. Callahan appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

The Firearm Blog

Firearms not Politics
  • Did you know that an M.A./N.J. compliant PTR-9R is identical to a non-compliant 9R? Except that it ships with 10-round magazines. I didn’t, at least not until PTR sent me one to review. Opening the box on this beauty has probably made it into the top 5 of my favorite moments working for TFB. There’s […] Read More … The post Ban State MP5 – The Compliant PTR-9R appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Today’s Photo of the Day comes courtesy of the UK’s Royal Navy which has recently unveiled a new uniform and flash for the elite Royal Marines Commando units. The photos feature the new uniform manufactured by US-based Crye Precision. The Royal Marines Commandos trace their history back to World War Two when the first units were […] Read More … The post POTD: Royal Marines Commandos New Uniform appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Let’s Take a Trip in the Wayback Machine This week on Wheelgun Wednesday, we’ll be traveling back to 1959 to take a look at the NRA’s Basic Pistol Marksmanship manual.  Found in a collection of my grandfather’s old papers, the booklet is an interesting look back at conventional pistolcraft of the ’50s. While some of […] Read More … The post Wheelgun Wednesday: 1959 Edition appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Since opening its doors in 2010, Austin, Texas-based Silencer Shop has proven to be a key player in the recent explosion of the suppressor market. Their efforts and innovations have done as much or more to make suppressors accessible than anyone else in the game. This accessibility and increased demand can then, in turn, be […] Read More … The post “Summertime Silence” Demo and Vendor Event by Silencer Shop and Texas Ordnance Depot appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Virtually any institution with a history spanning more than two centuries is almost certain to experience its fair share of ups and downs over those many years. America’s oldest gun maker, the Remington Arms Company, is no exception. Since its founding by Eliphalet Remington in Ilion, New York in 1816, Remington has seen some of […] Read More … The post Remington Preps for Bankruptcy (Again), Possible Sale appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • TFB readers may remember when Raniero Testa managed to hit 13 clay targets in 1.6 seconds in 2017. In the meantime, the Winchester sponsored pro-shooter was able to best himself, hitting 14 hand-thrown clay targets before they reached the ground. Not one who sits on his laurels, now with the “stage name”  RT14, he recently participated […] Read More … The post 12 Shots – 12 Gauge – 0.72 Seconds – New Record of Raniero Testa appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Sector Optics is a division of Torrey Pines. Torrey Pines is known for making small thermal viewers. They came out with their G1T2 system. The G1T3 is a similar set up with a simpler thermal viewer. Similar to the G1T2, the G1T3 utilizes their G1 1-8×24 LPVO. The G1 utilizes Sector Optics’ ID technology. ID […] Read More … The post Sector Optics G1T3 LPVO With T3 Thermal Internal Display appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

The Michael Bane Blog

Author and host of the hit OUTDOOR CHANNEL show SHOOTING GALLERY spouts off...
  • I think I'm going to bake today. What I have in mind is a Kentish Cherry Cake, because I have a bunch of sweet and tart cherries and I think they need a happy home. It would also taste good for breakfast tomorrow with clotted cream. While I'm working on the cake, I'm going to be thinking about PDWs and whether they're a coming thing or an interesting but small branch of the family. It's

  • 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

The War on Guns

Notes from the Resistance...
  • “Had Plaintiffs wished to have their allegations judged under Heller or McDonald, they could have raised a claim under the Second Amendment,” the opinion noted. “But they chose to challenge HB 1224 solely on state constitutional grounds. [More]The graphic is a bit off because the argument was limited to the state constitution. Even if it had been 2A-centered, my read is that the robed apparatchiks would have found other reasons to "justify" their subversion.

  • AN EXAMPLE OF ACADEMIC BRAVERY, AND NO, I’M NOT JOKING [More]Perhaps. But now that she's "outed" herself, I'd have to believe the knives are out for her.[Via Michael G]

  • NC House Representative Larry Pittman (District 83, GRNC ****), has been the most reliable, hard-fighting ally that gun owners have in the General Assembly. He has sponsored and supported bills responsible for many of the advances that gun owners have made in our state, and he has never wavered. Larry has fought for North Carolina gun owners, and now he needs your help. [More]He looks good on a lot of stuff.Plus he has guts.I'm wondering just what kind of North Carolina gun owner wouldn't help.

  • Woman famous for confronting Beto O'Rourke over gun rights wins GOP primary election in major upset [More]What with Thomas Massie and Madison Cawthorn, that makes a spate, and makes it fair to ask Donald Trump if he wonders why he keeps getting betrayed by insiders who are squishy on the goals that got him elected.[Via Jess]

  • Ex-Long Beach police sergeant accused in online threats against BLM activist accidentally shoots himself [More]Thank goodness for LEOSA!

  • Harvard senior Claira Janover threatens to stab anyone who says “all lives matter.” [More]Now there's a gal who knows about being downtrodden!Just in case anyone would like to share sympathy and solidarity...One question: If she can say "caucacity," can I say...?[Via Michael G]

  • Scholar forced to resign over study that found police shootings not biased against blacks [More]That's not enough![Via Michael G]

  • Steve Kerr is the coach of the NBA’s Golden State Warriors. He also played for seven different NBA teams… The post The More You Know appeared first on .

  • The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that Remington Arms is preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy again. If… The post Remington Arms Eyeing Bankruptcy…Again appeared first on .

  • I noted in a story on Friday that Brady United is pushing vote by mail. There seems to now… The post Follow-Up To Brady And Mail In Ballots appeared first on .

  • HB 652, the Second Amendment Protection Act, has passed both houses of the North Carolina General Assembly and now… The post HB652, Second Amendment Protection Act, Passes NC General Assembly appeared first on .

  • I received a text from the Brady Campaign (or Brady United as they are now called) the other day… The post Why Would The Brady Campaign Be Pushing Vote By Mail? appeared first on .

  • NC House Bill 652 would expand the ability to carry in churches. I hardly need to mention that churches… The post HB 652 Needs Support In NC appeared first on .

  • The quote in the title is attributed to King Henry II of England with reference to his dispute with… The post “Will No One Rid Me Of This Meddlesome Priest?” appeared first on .

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.
  • Los Angeles County Bans the Celebration of the Fourth of July The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health is ordering L.A. County beaches closed from July 3 through July 6 at 5:00 a.m. they are also banning public firework displays and celebrations. [...] This Article Los Angeles County Bans the Celebration of the Fourth of July is an original article from OFFGRID Survival If it is appearing on any other site but OFFGRID Survival, that site does not have our permission to use our copyrighted content!

  • Attack on Freedom Continues: Arizona Forces Bars, Gyms and Theaters to Close again The tyranny continues as patriotic hard-working Americans are being targeted by traitorous scum on both sides of the political aisle. [...] This Article Attack on Freedom Continues: Arizona Forces Bars, Gyms and Theaters to Close again is an original article from OFFGRID Survival If it is appearing on any other site but OFFGRID Survival, that site does not have our permission to use our copyrighted content!

  • Fake Pandemic Phase 2: They’ve launched an All-Out Attack on Our Country! The latest wave of coronavirus fear porn is raging through the media; this time it looks like they will not stop until they crash the country into the ground. [...] This Article Fake Pandemic Phase 2: They’ve launched an All-Out Attack on Our Country! is an original article from OFFGRID Survival If it is appearing on any other site but OFFGRID Survival, that site does not have our permission to use our copyrighted content!

  • Oregon county issues face mask order that exempts non-white people You really can’t make this stuff up. The same idiots who want you to believe we are in the middle of a pandemic where you will kill the world by leaving your house without a mask, have now turned it into yet the latest race hustle. [...] This Article Oregon county issues face mask order that exempts non-white people is an original article from OFFGRID Survival If it is appearing on any other site but OFFGRID Survival, that site does not have our permission to use our copyrighted content!

  • OFFGRID’s Summer Whiskey Guide for Men Who Love Whiskey With the world shutting down over the last couple of months, we’ve went from sipping some of our favorite whiskeys at the bar to stockpiling liquor and filling our home bars with some of our [...] This Article OFFGRID’s Summer Whiskey Guide for Men Who Love Whiskey is an original article from OFFGRID Survival If it is appearing on any other site but OFFGRID Survival, that site does not have our permission to use our copyrighted content!

  • Another Brutal BLM Terror attack on Innocent Man Ignored by Cable Media Texas police are searching for a group of Black Lives Matters terrorists who brutally attacked a man outside a convenience store in Harris County, Texas. [...] This Article Another Brutal BLM Terror attack on Innocent Man Ignored by Cable Media is an original article from OFFGRID Survival If it is appearing on any other site but OFFGRID Survival, that site does not have our permission to use our copyrighted content!

  • Media Scum Helping to Protect Antifa and Smear Man Who Used Gun to Save Himself from Terrorists! Over the last couple of weeks, Antifa and BLM terrorists have declared war on hard-working patriotic Americans. [...] This Article Media Scum Helping to Protect Antifa and Smear Man Who Used Gun to Save Himself from Terrorists! is an original article from OFFGRID Survival If it is appearing on any other site but OFFGRID Survival, that site does not have our permission to use our copyrighted content!

Musings Over a Barrel


Some guy's ramblings about shooting sports, craft beer, whiskey, cigars and other pleasures.

Sic semper tyrannis!
  • At the end of another long work day (aren't they all?) I settled down for a quick dessert after dinner. I grabbed a Liga Privada Undercrown Maduro from the humidor, and pondered an accompaniment. Spying a bottle of Jefferson's Ocean Aged At Sea Bourbon, I opted to pour a wee bit of the whiskey to go with my cigar.Jefferson's Ocean Aged Bourbon matures in oak barrels for six to eight years before being placed on a ship to travel the ocean for another six months. The voyage is said to cross the equator 4 times with stops in 30 ports. Unsurprisingly, the ocean voyage affects the flavor. I found the 90 proof bourbon to be smooth and mild, with a hint of brine in the flavor. Admittedly, that was a little off-putting the first time I sipped it, but it quickly grew on me. I now find it a most refreshing drink. The Liga Privada Undercrown Maduro from Drew Estate is one of my "keep on hand" cigars. This cigar was from the latest batch added to the humidor a couple...

  • Another Saturday and another chance to shoot. This past Saturday I joined some friends for the monthly IDPA match at Cavalier Rifle and Pistol Club. This was the second weekend in a row when I was able to have some IDPA fun. It's a nice respite from all the pandemic pandering.Our squad kicked off on a stage which had us starting mid-stage facing a wall. The stage was generally symmetrical, with numerous options for engagement. In fact, I noticed the first four shooters all ran the stage differently. For my part, I began by retreating to engage targets from cover at each side of the course. Then moving forward to the center fault line, there was a single target visible through an opening created by walls and barrels. Continuing forward to the center, two more targets were visible through that same opening. That was a fun stage, and I was happy to shoot it -0.Moving on to the next bay, we found an interesting stage, with moving targets and steel. To either side, closest to us, was a swinger on the...

  • Father's Day eve, Colleen and I enjoyed the pleasant weather with an evening on the screen porch, listening to music and thunderstorms. While discussing our beverage options, Colleen mentioned we had a bottle of port in the pantry. I had been preparing to mix up an Old Fashioned, but that port did sound good.I was looking forward to enjoying the new Bishops Blend from Black Label Trading Company, and the Graham's 10 Year Tawny Port felt like it would be an excellent pairing option. Sure, some may say it's a winter drink, but some people are afraid the wear white before Memorial Day too.Bishops Blend is a limited release from Black Label Trading. This year's edition was created in two sizes, with only 450 boxes of 20 produced in each vitola. The blend is comprised of an Ecuador Habano Maduro wrapper, an Ecuador Habano binder, and a mix of Nicaraguan, Connecticut broadleaf, and Pennsylvania broadleaf filler tobaccos. The smoke gives off flavors of coffee, cocoa, and some interesting dark fruit notes. There's a bit of pepper in there as well. It's a...

  • For a light after work light refreshment recently I retrieved a can of Tröegs Haze Runner Pale Ale from the fridge. The can was part of a package of summer beers sent for review by Tröegs Brewing. Haze Runner is a new year round beer from Tröegs that was released this spring.The beer has an unfiltered, hazy appearance due to the unmalted wheat used in the brewing, as well as dry-hopping. The glass sports a bright white head, which drops away after a few sips. Citrus and pine lead the aroma. Sipping brings juicy citrus flavors of pineapple, grapefruit and some sweet peach. There's a moderate mix of wheat and oak, and some pine in the finish. The mouthfeel is somewhat chewy with a tingling carbonation. It's an easy drinking beer that goes down fast, and the mild 5.5% ABV suits the fast drink.Naturally I grabbed to smoke to enjoy as I reviewed the beer. Last month's shipment from My Cigar Pack included the limited Lost & Found No Free Lunch from Caldwell cigars. I wasn't familiar with the stick, though I...

  • The Saturday of Father's Day weekend offered a rare, for the year 2020 so far, chance to shoot an IDPA match. On an overcast but warm morning I headed over the Rivanna Rifle & Pistol club for the "monthly" match. About 85 shooters braved all the pandemic posturing to enjoy the outdoors, camaraderie, and a morning of good shooting.The first of four stages had us starting seated, with our unloaded gun in a box and magazines on the table. We faced an up close non-threat directly in front of us, with five targets downrange to be shot in priority. As a twist, the stage briefing stated the first four targets were shot while seated, while the last and furthest target was to be engaged while standing. All targets required three hits on each.This is was fast and fun stage, which I was pleased to shoot zero down.  The next stage involved shooting while retreating. The first two targets were mandated to be shot while standing at the start position, before we began backing up to engage four more targets as...

  • As I prepared for Friday evening, I had a hankering for some Redbreast 12 Year Irish Whiskey. I poured a glass, grabbed a cigar and headed for the porch. For this pairing I selected the Oliva Serie V Maduro Especial in a Torpedo format. The Oliva is one of those cigars I turn to often, and the torpedo is a fun vitola to smoke.As I headed out the door, I mentioned to Colleen that this might not be the best pairing. I knew the cigar and I knew the whiskey. But I was craving both, so onward I went. The Redbreast is a relatively mild whiskey, with a subtle sweetness of white grapes and honey. It's a good whiskey with which to start a long evening. The Oliva Serie V Maduro is a full bodied smoke featuring rich, creamy chocolate with cedar and nuttiness in the finish. The ligero leaf added to the filler gives it a bit of strength. Both were exceedingly enjoyable, but as predicted, they just didn't compliment each other. But persevere I did.Once that pour of...

  • On June 14, 1777, the Second Congressional Congress officially adopted the design of our nation's flag. Flag Day is celebrated each June 14 as proud Americans celebrate the freedoms the flag represents. Given the lack of respect, in fact hatred, so many show for our country's greatness these days, Flag Day offers an opportunity to remember how great this country truly is.There are other, less official, holidays on today's calendar as well. June 14 is has been designated as National Bourbon Day. And if that doesn't tickle your tastebuds, it's also National Strawberry Shortcake Day. Our flag, some bourbon, and a sweet dessert — it really doesn't get more American than that! [ This content originated at Musings Over a Barrel ]

Of Arms and the Law

  • Barak Obama and Bill Clinton have just fallen to 2nd and 3rd great gun salesmen in history. Antifa is leaving them in the dust. "More than 6.5 million gun-sale background checks were conducted from January 1 through April 30, according to the latest NSSF research, which showed a 48% year-over-year rise from the same period in 2019. Firearms retailers surveyed by NSSF in May estimated that 40% of their sales came from first-time gun buyers." When I started writing on the gun issue in the late 1970's, the US was producing 3 million firearms a year. In the last few years, it was six million per year. Now, its six million in four months.

  • Story here. It's a form of bankruptcy that lets the company stay intact and keep its assets, holding the creditors off until it can stabilize things.

  • In Michigan, 22 year concealed carry license holders shoots man who was firing his gun and pointing it at motorists.

  • The National African American Gun Association announces it has 34,000 members and 75 chapters,

  • Docket here. Justices Thomas and Kavavaugh dissent. I could not anything of their rescheduling these cases, some for over a year, and can make even less of then denying them all.

  • Just got the word. He'd been with the gun rights movement for eons. He left the only written account I know of relating to the Cincinnati Revolt of 1977, which created the modern NRA, and of which he was one of the team of good guys. Yep, he was an established activist 43 years ago. Good man.

  • Yesterday the Arizona Daily Star ran an article on covid-19, saying that its incidence increased ten days after Governor Ducey lifted the order closing non-essential businesses. Ten days was chosen, the article said, because that was the accepted interval between exposure and the development of symptoms. (They were a little mistaken: it's more like five days average for symptoms to develop, plus five days average for testing results to be posted. But ten days is a good interval. I responded with a letter to the editor, which I doubt they will publish, pointing out that by the same standard the demonstration/riot downtown on May 31 had a much worse effect. Which is just commonsense. Which is more likely to pass a respiratory virus, having your hair cut by a barber wearing a mask, or standing shoulder-to-shoulder for hours in a crowd of chanting and shouting people? Here are my figures, taken from the Arizona Dep't of Health Services website. I take the numbers and rate of daily increase for one day before and after the tenth day: Business reopening, May 16 May 29:...

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

SHTF Plan – When It Hits The Fan, Don't Say We Didn't Warn You
  • There's America, the country, and then there's America, the economic miracle. The West, but particularly the United States, has three major issues that are such HUGE OVERHANGING storm clouds that it doesn't make sense to continue IGNORING THEM. Again, America's stock market, heavily influenced by its multinational presence and its domestic economy, ARE DECOUPLED.

  • The public's interest in the coronavirus is waning.  Because fear is necessary to get people on board with their enslavement, now is the time to not let your guard down when it comes to another crisis.

  • Dr. Anthony Fauci is saying there's a virus we should watch, the mainstream media went straight to fear-mongering. But, like the coronavirus, there is very little to fear - other than the mainstream media's reporting.

  • The international banking cartel has been robbing people blind since they began with the centralized banking system.  However, not many like to talk about just how they end up so wealthy and owning everything others have worked for. David Icke mention this method of operation by “the cult” when he sat down with London Real’s […]

  • It is NEXT TO IMPOSSIBLE to short stocks with the Federal Reserve adamant at making sure America's largest corporations don't go under if they can be salvaged or floated, USING NEW CURRENCY (which younger demographics will be enslaved to pay) until consumers start spending with confidence again.

  • It took them long enough… junior mining shares, the most VOLATILE, riskiest, and most UNPREDICTABLE of all equities ARE ON FIRE!

  • In a video that couldn't be found anywhere on YouTube (which isn't a big surprise), a woman blasts social distancing as a "CIA protocol" the amounts to torture.  She says that the world's governments are using social distancing to destabilize the mental health of the entire planet.

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