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The Real Source of Guns on the Street

| November 15, 2019 | 40 Comments
The Real Source of Guns on the Street

This came up on the news feed the other night: gun shops are repeatedly broken into and the merchandise – weapons of various kinds – stolen by the thieves. The gun shops get robbed when the lights are out. This is expensive merchandise, even at wholesale prices for the shop owners, and while they may […]

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Blueprints for 3D-printed guns banned online

| November 13, 2019 | 16 Comments
Blueprints for 3D-printed guns banned online

A Seattle Federal Judge has found the Trump administration’s decision last year to allow a Texas company to post blueprints online for 3D-printed guns, as illegal. Judge Robert Lasnik of Seattle’s U.S. District Court ruled that the Trump administration violated federal law to notify Congress in advance, and failing to provide a “reasoned explanation” of […]

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Bad Stuff Going On Here

| November 8, 2019 | 24 Comments
Bad Stuff Going On Here

A USMC machine gunner stitches the corner of a wall in the movie ‘The Public Enemy’; back then, the studios used real bullets instead of squibs. The corner of the building where the bullets hit it tells you how accurate the gunner was.  Cagney ran back into the alley to avoid the spatter of stone […]

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Friday Feel Good Stories

| October 25, 2019 | 7 Comments
Friday Feel Good Stories

The Sheriff may be recalled by residents of a NY sanctuary country: https://thenevadaindependent.com/article/humboldt-residents-will-file-to-recall-sheriff-after-commissioners-signed-second-amendment-sanctuary-resolution Humboldt County Sheriff Mike Allen’s decision to enforce new red flag laws — which allow for temporary confiscation of guns for people a judge deems “at risk” — has spurred a campaign to have him recalled. Dawn Principe, owner of Sage Hill […]

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Guns in Merrie Old Englande

| October 24, 2019 | 23 Comments
Guns in Merrie Old Englande

There may be a misconception about what you can or can’t own in the way of firearms in England.  The laws banning handguns have been in effect for a while, and those include any short-barreled gun that could be considered a handgun. However, there is a long list of guns that you can own and […]

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The Movement Is Growing

| October 24, 2019 | 36 Comments
The Movement Is Growing

It seems that the notion of a state, county, or municipality declaring officially itself a “gun sanctuary” is growing more than I had realized.  The article below, from a city in California located on the CA/NV border, is from July, but it is still relevant. The article about a growing number of gun owners in […]

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Thursday Feel Good Stories

| October 24, 2019 | 10 Comments
Thursday Feel Good Stories

Those 2nd Amendment sanctuary thingies keep popping up these days, kind of like popcorn plants after a good rain. For starters, in Nevada: The Sheriff of Humboldt County is – well, miffed, that the locals don’t understand him and his job. https://thenevadaindependent.com/article/humboldt-residents-will-file-to-recall-sheriff-after-commissioners-signed-second-amendment-sanctuary-resolution From the article:  Humboldt County Sheriff Mike Allen’s decision to enforce new red […]

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Tuesday Feel Good Stories

| October 22, 2019 | 13 Comments
Tuesday Feel Good Stories

Here’s a starter story: Bloomberg’s Everytown just makes up gun facts Next: Sheriff switches parties after election. https://www.wdsu.com/article/washington-parish-sheriff-changes-political-affiliation-following-election-day-win/29465277 WASHINGTON PARISH, LA. — Randy Seal will once again serve as sheriff in Washington Parish after winning Saturday’s election. After his victory, he no longer wants to be considered a Democrat. After years in politics in Washington […]

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