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Shall Not Be Questioned

The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State ...
  • A federal court has ruled that the prohibition on domestic violence misdemeanants from keeping and bearing arms is constitutional. This is not surprising, since the Supreme Court has basically signals to the lower courts that they are free to ignore Heller and McDonald, and that they need not fear having their ruling, however awful, overturned. […] Related posts: Interesting Justification on DV Prohibitions DiFi: No Guns for Political Dissidents My Response to Dick Metcalfe’s Questions

  • I’ve finally implemented making the site entirely HTTPS for all content. I’ve wanted to make it work for a while, but it took a while to finally pull the trigger. That not only keeps Google happy, it should keep everyone happy. Ordinarily, a redirect is easy, but I have a lot of widgets and old […] Related posts: Correlation and Causation Working on a New Look Liking the Chrome

  • Governor Wolf may not have been expecting a fight over guns, but he sure as hell got one. There is a little known (outside of gun circles) provision in Pennsylvania law that when a state of emergency is declared, the only people who become eligible to possess firearms “on the public streets” are military, police, […] Related posts: States of Emergency & Carry in PA Probably Not Constitutional Pro-Gun Bills Up for Vote in Senate

  • From David French at National Review: In April 2014, America was transfixed by an armed standoff in the Nevada desert. On one side was a collection of dangerous, out-of-control armed men who were deliberately provocative, prone to saying unhinged things in a single-minded quest to destroy their enemies, and who lied time and again to […] Related posts: Cooler Heads Prevail in Bundy Ranch Situation Some Damned Foolish Thing Gun Blog Sued

  • What does it say that the Bundys case was not only dismissed, but dismissed with prejudice, which means the government can’t reopen it. What does it say that it was an Obama appointed judge who did it? How bad was the government’s misconduct in the case, and if it was that bad, maybe the protesters […] Related posts: More Independence Day Insurrectionism Quote of the Day The Role of Judicial Reivew

  • It’s a good time, in the New Year and entering the 12th year of blogging, with 11 now behind me, to take a look at where we stand, and where we’re going. I am not as optimistic as many people, and I believe in some ways we’ve lost ground since I started blogging. Here are […] Related posts: Future of the Gun Rights Movement Open Thread House Votes to Restore Funding to Rights Restoration A Top Down Movement

  • Like commenter waltons and some others, I also wondered what modifications, if any, were actually made to the BAR in response to the not terribly favorable reports from the field prior to the expansion of its use in later conflicts. Sigivald notes that most of the complaints in these weren’t every really addressed beyond maintenance […] Related posts: The Reports on the “Dueling” Gun Rallies Anti-Aircraft Weapon? WWI BAR Field Reports

SayUncle

Remember, I do this to entertain me... not you.
  • House bill 1407 would ban funds from being used to enforce federal gun controls, making TN a second amendment sanctuary city. Well, why not? If everyone can selectively enforce the laws the want, why not the good guys? And another bill has been introduced to ban bump stocks.

  • I somehow missed this bit from October: Large majorities of Americans support several specific policies intended to limit access to guns, including expanded background checks and restrictions on sales to the mentally ill. But relatively few Americans actually contact public officials to express their views, according to a Pew Research Center survey conducted in the […]

  • McClatchy: The FBI is investigating whether a top Russian banker with ties to the Kremlin illegally funneled money to the National Rifle Association to help Donald Trump win the presidency, two sources familiar with the matter have told McClatchy. FBI counterintelligence investigators have focused on the activities of Alexander Torshin, the deputy governor of Russias […]

  • Semi-Automatic Pistols of the 19th Century Tavor TS12 Bullpup Shotgun

  • Had a couple of snow days and acted accordingly. Jumpin’ Jesus it’s cold.

  • I don’t have much to say about the incident other than it’s what government does. However, the October birth rate will probably set a record. I mean, you have 38 minutes. What do you do with the other 35? Hit the buffet.

The Truth About Guns

Exploring the ethics, morality, business, politics, culture, technology, practice, strategy, dangers and fun of guns The Truth About Guns
  • The deluge of pre-SHOT Show press releases has left me a little “creative.” I To wit: I started this one attempting to tie the word “MASTER” to actor Alan Bates. As Richard Nixon claimed to have muttered to John Dean, we could do that . . . but it would be wrong. So I’ll just say […] The post New from ERGO: MAST System Gun Holder Thingie appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • So far in the pre-SHOT Show press release bombardment I think these new products from this new company are the two things I’m most excited about. And the products I’m most excited to get my hands on. New from Alpha Foxtrot — www.BuiltAF.com — is their AF409c aluminum GLOCK-compatible pistol frame and their MF409c modular GLOCK-compatible […] The post Alpha Foxtrot Releases Two GLOCK-Compatible Aluminum Frames appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • Shooting at static targets can be deadly dull — unless you’re moving. Even then it can get a bit repetitive. And it’s not what you’d call realistic preparation for a gunfight; two-legged “targets” tend to move. If you really want to hone your self-defense skills you need to move and shoot at moving targets (and […] The post New from Secure Firearm Products: Mover Target System appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • SIG SAUER’s adding a suppressed upper to their lineup: the SUR300. The new upper — chambered in the ever-so-chic 300 blackout — fits the SIG MCX and a standard AR15 lower. The supper [sic] has some cool features: – 6.75” Cold Hammer Forged Barrel – Permanently Attached 19 Baffle Titanium Suppressor – Free Float M-lok Handguard […] The post New From SIG SAUER: Suppressed 300 Blk Upper appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • FABARN is an Italian gunmaker, part of the House of Caesar Guerini. They’re bringing their Professional STF 12 pump shotgun to the U.S. market, selling their tactical AF ethos to American operators interested in operating operationally. Like . . . Operator Instructor Zero! A man who could use a Keurig tactically. We’ll get trigger time ASAP. Meanwhile […] The post New from FABARN: Professional STF 12 Pump Shotgun [VIDEO] appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • For a second I thought Nighthawk was selling an Asian Flu pistol. The actual 1911 on offer is certainly nothing to sneeze at. And its 95 price tag might give some of our more financially challenged readers the vapors. But don’t worry . . . you won’t be turning Japanese. It’s an all-American pistol, complete […] The post New from Nighthawk: Agent 2 Pistol appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

  • John Stewart of Kiote Corp continues his series on what to look for in a quality custom bolt action rifle. For previous articles click here (trigger), here (barrel crown) and here (chamber and throats). Meanwhile, receivers . . . Stewart writes: A receiver must include several features to provide consistent, measurable and repeatable function over the life of […] The post What to Look for in a Custom Rifle – Receivers appeared first on The Truth About Guns.

The Firearm Blog

Firearms not Politics
  • I never really thought about it, and don’t know if EOTech’s claim is correct or not, but with the release of their Green reticles, we’re told that they’re about six times easier to see than red ones during the daytime. I never had a problem seeing the red dot, dots or whatever reticle the manufacturer […] Read More … The post EOTech News – Green reticles and Vudu 5-25×50 FFP Riflescope appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Lantac USA posted up a photo of a new AR BCG that has an external handle. This unusual looking BCG turns your AR into a bolt action rifle when built into an upper with no gas system installed. My friend Brian M. turned his .300blk AR into a bolt gun by simply blocking off the […] Read More … The post Lantac Bolt Action AR-15 BCG appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Next week, I’ll be attending SHOT Show in Las Vegas for the first time. I’ve read about it, my husband has been several times, but this will be my first experience…and I get to do it as MEDIA! Honestly, I’m as giddy as a schoolgirl! Sure, several of my articles next week will review some […] Read More … The post Blown Deadlines, Pumpkin Carving Bulletproof Vests, Women-Owned Gun Companies, and More – Oh My! (A Virgin’s SHOT Show Experience – Preview Edition) appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • I think I have found my next mini red dot sight – Shield Sights has just announced the RMSc MRDS, a slimmer version of their RMS for larger pistols. The smaller footprint allows for zero overhang on popular pocket pistols like the Glock 43 and the S&W Shield pistols. Hopefully TFB will get a chance […] Read More … The post COMPACT MRDS: The New Shield Sights RMSc For Pocket Pistols appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • Before anyone gets too excited about another new GLOCK being announced at next week’s SHOT Show, this Gen5 Glock 22 is not currently bound for the United States. Several of our Brazilian readers sent us some images of a batch of the unique .40 S&W pistols to be evaluated by Polícia Militar do Estado de São […] Read More … The post UNCOVERED: Gen5 Glock 22 With Manual Safety In São Paulo Brazil appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • In this episode of TFBTV, James discusses the top 5 guns that 2017 brought us. 2017 was a generally flat year for new product introductions. SHOT Show darlings, the Hudson H9 and the KelTec RDB Survival Rifle, didn’t get to shelves this year, and there wasn’t much in the way of innovation, perhaps due to […] Read More … The post TFBTV’s Top 5 Guns of 2017 appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

  • French weekly news magazine L’Orbs has reported a series of negligent discharges by members of the Paris Police guarding the Palais de l’Elysée, the official residence of the French President. L’Orbs note that at least three incidents have been reported by le Canard enchaîné (the Chained Duck), one of France’s satirical weekly newspapers. While the term […] Read More … The post French Presidential Palace Guard Wounded in Apparent Negligent Discharge appeared first on The Firearm Blog.

The Michael Bane Blog

Author and host of the hit OUTDOOR CHANNEL show SHOOTING GALLERY spouts off...
  • 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.

  • ..than cleaning your .22 silencer! Still, had to be done. I had to soak it apart with Ballistol, which worked super-deluxe. The big Colorado state championships for the NSSF Rimfire Challenge is coming up, and my Sweetie and I are shooting it. Are we ready? HA!  My plate runs yesterday constitute the sum total of my match practice. Hopefully I can spin this up just a bit this coming week. I'm

  • Yes, back in the saddle again! Not saying that we had a big ole time at the Mill Creek Shooting Resort last week, but I realized we shot up pretty much all my 6.5 Creedmoor match ammo (Hornady 140-gr ELD-Match). This is indeed a spectacular facility, located in what I think is the most beautiful part of America, southern Colorado. The accommodations are super, the meals delicious and the

  • Dinner came out well. I did a chili rub on the salmon — 2 tablespoons ancho chili powder, 1 tablespoon New Mexico red, 1 tablespoon cumin and cooked it on a hot grill for right about 4 minutes. Served it with Cuban black beans with kale…kinda a weird mix, but it worked…the garlic, ginger, onions and spices definitely helped! I think I'm going to keep the Remington Tac-14 not-a-shotgun. I've

  • "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same." — Ronald Reagan "Political tags - such as royalist, communist, democrat, populist, fascist, liberal, conservative, and so forth - are never basic criteria. The human race divides politically into

  • "Life is either a great adventure, or nothing." — Helen Keller It has been a dead run since I got back from Africa Monday night…I'm still waking up at 3AM trying to figure out where I am. I so love jet lag! Spent today in conference calls and putting the acoustic tile up on the ceiling of the studio…still not acoustically sound, but boy, it's getting better. A lot of what I'm going to be

The War on Guns

Notes from the Resistance...
  • We REVERSE the district court’s judgment and VACATE the order granting injunctive relief [More]In other words, the interstate transfer infringements will continue. And now all SCOTUS has to do to maintain them is nothing.

  • Find all the mission creeps! [More]

  • Don’t Blame Mental Illness for Mass Shootings; Blame Men [More]It's pretty obvious Laura Kiesel doesn't actually know any and probably never will.Of course: "Cat lover."I think this was her in that writing class...

  • Muslim convert professor sends students running scared out of classroom [More]That reflects as much on the students as it does on the freak.No one thought to demand why they were paying good money for a class only to be subjected to lunatic ravings and having their advancement schedules sabotaged?[Via Mack H]

  • Gillibrand, said to have her eye on 2020, vows to block key Trump DOJ appointee [More]Could I get a little "Your Cheatin' Heart" playing over here please?As for blue-slipping nominees, the obvious solution is to only nominate Red State candidates if that's the way Dems want to play.Oops.

  • Nine Americans killed... an Americn killed an another wounded... six Americans... [More]Sounds like a typical "white supremacist"-free weekend in Newark, Cory...

  • California AG: Employers who Cooperate With Federal Immigration Raids Will be Prosecuted [More]This is treason, plain and simple.

No Lawyers - Only Guns and Money

"Send lawyers, guns and money. The shit has hit the fan." - Warren Zevon
  • Nighthawk Custom of Berryville, Arkansas released another new 1911 pistol in anticipation of the SHOT Show. They will have it on display at SHOT and will start taking orders in early February. The Agent 2 is not cheap. The MSRP is 95.Here is a view of the left side where you can see the sights are made by Heinie if you look closely.You can find more details on the Agent 2 and read the specifications...

  • Daniel Webster is a professor of public health at Johns Hopkins University. He is also the director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research. Anyone who follows "gun violence" (sic) or "gun safety" research should have run across his research. It would not be an exaggeration to say his research is slanted against most of what my readers believe in.Thus, it is not much of a shock to see he has been...

  • North Carolina is under a declared state of emergency due to snow, ice, and extreme cold. I know those living in the upper Midwest are probably scratching their heads over this but remember North Carolina doesn't have the infrastructure - plows, etc. - to deal with this as a regular occurrence.I bring this up as a reminder that before McDonald v. Chicago brought Second Amendment rights to the states it was state law in NC...

  • I'm reading over the list of items that are prohibited in your luggage when flying. I was trying to decide whether my camera batteries needed to be in my carry-on or checked luggage. In the category of things I learned while looking for something else come this from the TSA.Can you believe that? Hand grenades are banned on planes even if they are in your checked luggage. They also listed dynamite as being banned. No...

  • Queen Cutlery, maker of fine pocket knives, announced last week that they would be closing their door and furloughing their employees.From their Facebook page:Kenneth Daniels CEO and President of Queen Cutlery has announced effective January 10, 2018, that due to issues with cash flow, Queen Cutlery Company has been forced to cease all production and close it's Titusville Pennsylvania facility, and furlough it's employees while it goes through a period of reorganization.KnifeNews.com wrote on the...

  • Everyone should remember giving or getting noogie in school or on the playground. DoubleStar, the Kentucky based maker of firearms and knives, has a different sort of noogie that they've just released. It is an "assisted bottle opener" and they call it the Noogie.According to the press release, the Noogie is a light, comfortable and robust bottle opener with all the right ergonomics." They guarantee that it will make "quick work of even the toughest...

  • Ruger has announced that they will be sponsoring a shooting team. The official announcement is below but their PR Manager, Paul Pluff, let the cat out of the bag on Sunday on Tom Gresham's Gun Talk radio show. One of the things he noted on the show was Ruger's interest in developing up and coming junior shooters. Given Pluff's service on the Board of Directors of the Scholastic Shooting Sports Foundation, he has seen many...

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.
  • Scott Jordan, Founder and CEO of the shitty clothing company SCOTTeVEST just showed his downright disdain for his customers in a facebook post where he called his customers “Gullible” and “F*cking Idiots”. [...] The post SCOTTeVEST CEO, who markets jackets to preppers, Says customers are ‘Gullible and Fucking Idiots’ appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • The 40th Anniversary of the SHOT Show starts next week in Las Vegas, and OFFGRID Survival will be there covering the latest and greatest gear and all the breaking news right from the show floor. [...] The post SHOT SHOW: The 40th Anniversary of the SHOT Show Starts next week! appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • I think it’s safe to assume that a firearm is one of the most important, if not the most important, tool(s) for survival. That being the case, finding the right survival weapon can be tough. [...] The post Best Takedown Rifles for Survival appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • The newest version of the popular XD-S pistol is here. The latest edition of Springfield’s most popular pistol is engineered in a slim, single-stack frame, holding 6 rounds of .45 ACP in a premier concealed-carry firearm. [...] The post Springfield Armory introduces latest XD-S pistol in .45 caliber appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • Franklin Armory Introduces Reformation line at SHOT Show with non-NFA configuration. Franklin Armory, a company known for innovation and American made products, is introducing another out of the box idea at this year’s SHOT Show [...] The post Franklin Armory Introduces Reformation line at SHOT Show with non-NFA configuration. appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • What types of Disasters or Crisis might cause a Long-Term Collapse of the System? How to prepare for a Long-Term Collapse of the System. [...] The post What are the most likely causes for a complete societal collapse? appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

  • When it comes to firearms, no other platform has received as much bad press and vilification as the infamous AR-15. From being blamed for every shootings that has ever taken place to the morons on the news claiming the AR stand for Assault Rifle, the AR-15 seems to the go to bad guy when things go wrong. [...] The post Evolution of the AR-15: One of today’s most Controversial Rifles appeared first on Off Grid Survival - Wilderness & Urban Survival Skills.

Musings Over a Barrel


"It's really a shooting blog, but he likes beer too."

#TriggerWarning
  • DryFire Reloaded by Ben Stoeger is the newest addition to my shooting sports library. The book is the latest of several shooting books penned by the repeat USPSA Production champion. This book reflects what Ben is currently teaching in his classes, and doubles as the "homework guide" for those classes.The focus of the book is geared to the USPSA shooter, but the drills and exercises are applicable to all action pistol sports. After a brief introduction to the basics of dry fire or dry practice, the book is divided into sections based on the skill focus. The sections on Elements and Standards are the areas where most shooters will concentrate. As expected, the drills in the Elements section focus on basic fundamental shooting skills, without distractions or complications; Trigger Control, Draws, Reloads, Target Transitions and Movement are covered. Each skill is practiced in isolation. All exercises include detailed commentary to remind the shooter of the focus of the drill.The Standards section brings the basics together, with the added element of some strict par times. Classics such as Bill Drills and...

  • On January 18, 2011, I was notified by Facebook that these Musings had been flagged as containing "content that is abusive or spammy" content. As such the posts are unable to be shared on Facebook. Our Facebook "jail time" lasted a little over 24 hours before the restriction was lifted without explanation.As Seen on January 18, 2011I have no reason to believe that Facebook is any more accepting of non-leftist views than they were seven years ago. I am surprised to have escaped further bans, at least so far.Challenge accepted.  [ This content originated at Musings Over a Barrel ]

  • In the nine or so years I've been attending pistol matches, be it USPSA or IDPA, I've always shot in the "stock gun" divisions. Other than some experiments with sights and adding grip tape, I prefer the guns as they come from the factory. Some of that affinity may come from the fact that I became interested in shooting originally for self defense reasons, and only came to competition as a way to test my skills.The USPSA Production and IDPA Stock Service Pistol divisions have fairly strict limits on what you are allowed to change on the gun. Sure, I've admired some sweet Limited (USPSA) or Enhanced Service Pistol (IDPA) guns that friends have, but it's still stock that holds my attention. My BUG and CCP guns are also "out of the box." I will also definitively that I've never been tempted in the slightest by the Open gun phenomenon.Though I often shoot the same guns I carry in competition, I admit to switching holsters and concealment garments when competing. That said, I also practice with my carry holsters and...

  • My son and I headed down to Winding Brook Indoor Range on Saturday morning. We weren't sure what the crowd would be like on a Saturday morning, but we had accepted that we might have a wait. We could have shot without delay but we opted to wait until two adjacent lanes opened up.Using some IDPA practice targets, I started out shooting multi-shot strings at 7, then 10, then 15 yards. After emptying the first box of 50, I moved the target carrier to 10 yards, and set it to expose the target for 3 seconds, with a 4 second interval. From extended and compressed low ready positions I shot 2, 3, or 4 rounds on the target as it turned. The next 50 rounds were very quickly expended. This is as close as I can get to match-like practice, and that alone made long drive to the range worthwhile.I finished up with more 15 yard work, and then some close SHO and WHO shots. I was done a few minutes before my son, so spent a little time watching...

  • Irish playwright and pub owner John B. Keane shares his views on alcohol and life.Yeah. [ This content originated at Musings Over a Barrel ]

  • The Virginia Citizens Defense League has posted the 2018 Legislation Tracking Page. This is a handy way to keep track of bills affecting gun owners in Virginia. Follow the page for the latest information as bills work their way through the legislature. Here you'll see who's defending your rights, and who's "goose-stepping toward gun-control."You can also get legislative updates as they happen via the VCDL Twitter feed.This is an extremely important year for gun owners. The Governor-elect has stated that his number one priority for his administration is disarming law abiding Virginians and making them the victims of predators.It's actually not hard to understand why leftists constantly make the absurd claim that disarming law abiding people keeps criminals from committing crime. It's well known that liberal men prefer defenseless victims. In truth, gun control advocates are concerned only about their own power and keeping others subordinate.Sic semper tyrannis [ This content originated at Musings Over a Barrel ]

  • My plans to shoot last weekend were sent awry by the extreme cold. After the match at Sanner’s Lake was cancelled, I hoped for a visit to the indoor range at Winding Brook. In the end though the drive on a cold Sunday morning did not inspire. Instead I got in a couple of long dry fire sessions, and Colleen and I enjoyed a very relaxing weekend at home avoiding the cold.However, the end result was that I itching to hit the range this week, and so scheduled a lunch break to do just that last Tuesday afternoon. On the first day in what seems a long time, it was above freezing outside when I pulled into the parking lot. As good timing would have it, the only other shooter was sweeping up his brass as I entered. I had the range to myself as another patron did not arrive until I was picking up my brass and preparing to leave.Despite the relative warmth outdoors, a balmy 48°, upon entering the range I noticed I was seeing my breath fog in...

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