Tuesday FGS

| June 9, 2020

Kimber Centennial Edition 1911A1

Chicago sees its deadliest day in 60 years with 18 murders in 24 hours: report
By Robert Gearty
Fox News Link

Grundy County Sheriff’s Office investigating deadly shooting in Coalmont

COALMONT, Tenn. — The Grundy County Sheriff’s Office says they are working an overnight shooting that happened in Coalmont on Ranger Creek Rd.

According to the sheriff’s office, at around 8:42 p.m. on Friday, deputies responded to the residence of Dale Nolan.

When they arrived, deputies say they found 24-year-old Stone Nolan in the living room floor with a single gunshot wound to the upper torso.

Police say Nolan had been shot by his father 56-year-old Dale Nolan.

“The preliminary findings in this incident lead us to believe this was a case of self-defense. As with any shooting death, we will put together our findings and turn them over to the12th Judicial District Attorney’s Office for review, ” said Grundy County Sheriff Clint Shrum.

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Suspected burglar shot, killed by resident in Pierce County

ELK PLAIN, Wash. – A suspected burglar was shot and killed Sunday morning by a resident of a home in the Elk Plain area of Pierce County, sheriff’s officials said.

Deputies responded to the home, in the 20700 block of 46th Avenue East, at about 5:20 a.m. after receiving a 911 call about a burglary and shots fired, said Ed Troyer of the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department.

The burglary suspect was found dead of a gunshot wound inside the home.

The occupants of the home, an elderly woman who owns the residence and her adult son, were not injured.

A preliminary investigation found that the homeowner’s son awoke to the sound of rustling inside their home. The son armed himself with a handgun and found a burglar standing next to a safe in the home, Troyer said.

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BAPD: Homeowner shoots suspect during an attempted home invasion

by Saundra Adams
BROKEN ARROW, Okla. (KTUL) — The Broken Arrow Police Department says an alleged suspect is dead and another on the run after an attempted home invasion Saturday night.

The BAPD says about 10:35 p.m., officers were dispatched to a reported first-degree burglary call.

While on the way to the call, officers were told that the homeowner had shot one of the suspects and at least one suspect had run from the scene.

When officers arrived and they found a male deceased in the front of the residence.

Detectives and Crime Scene Investigators are interviewing witnesses and processing the scene for evidence.

The deceased man’s information is not being released until positive identification and next of kin notification can be made.

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Three up, three down Delta Whiskies and Whiskettes. A Tuesday Trifecta for Brother Willie never fails to put a *grin* on my mug.

“I ask, sir, what is the militia? It is the whole people. To disarm the people is the best and most effectual way to enslave them.” — George Mason, during Virginia’s Convention to Ratify the Constitution (1788)

Category: Feel Good Stories, Trifecta

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  1. Wilted Willy says:

    Not only am I first! But to wake up to a FGS Trifecta, what a morning!!!
    Beer all around for all my friends!!!

  2. Roh-Dog says:

    Which celebrities are going to kick, scream and cry over Chiraq? How many marches will it result in?
    Will the MSM virtue signal all over the place about “if you don’t stand up for Shitcago, you’re part of the problem!”.
    When can I get blamed for being white, privileged, and ‘as equal in guilt as every demon that pulled a trigger’ in Chicongo?
    Meanwhile, my friends and our thousands of guns remain safe, unhomicided/unhomiciders.

  3. 5th/77th FA says:

    Terrific Tuesday Trifecta. Outstanding! Grinning indeed. Draw yourself an extra grog ration for your coffee and have another slab of the pecan pie…with some of the Chewy Cherry Cookies.

    Posting that Kimber 100 year 1911 gets you more pulled pork with the cornbread dressing and some greens. That gun pr0n brings to mind one of the old Gospel Tunes we’d sing…”I’ve got Joy, Joy, Joy, Joy down in my heart…Down in my heart!”

    Side bar in re the Chiraq numbers. Ms Thang on the local morning news show just announced as of the latest murder, in the Big City of Macon, yesterday, the year to date totals have exceeded the overall yearly total from 2019. And each one was Black on Black. Every.Damn.One! Percentage wise, by population, those numbers exceed Chiraq.

    • Wilted Willy says:

      I’m right there with you 5th. If there sorry ass lives matter so much, why is it they kill each other in such greater numbers than any white on black shootings? The numbers don’t lie! It reminds me of the old saying about figures don’t lie and liars always figure!

      • MI Ranger says:

        It is all because the White Oppressive Police Departments (WOPD) keep breaking up choir practices and dominoes practices!
        Everyone knows that if you get the Police out of the way, all these minority on minority or minority on majority attacks will mysteriously vanish!
        As will be demonstrated by the forward thinking Minneapolis City Council a nice Community Standards (read Sharia Law)patrol will ensure the communities are safe for all righteous men, non-believers, and apostates.

  4. MI Ranger says:

    Love the scroll work and finish on that purdy 1911A1! It would go nicely with my Sunday best, and the pearly handles will be classy showing from my breaches and suspenders at the Sunday-go-to-meeting!
    But thems be kinda steep prices for a pew-pew!!

    • SFC D says:

      They’re ivory. Only a pimp from a cheap New Orleans whorehouse would carry a pearl-handled pistol.

    • Thunderstixx says:

      I put Dawson sights on my Kimber Custom.
      Ed Brown barrel and magazines, hand cut grips and it shoots better than any pistol I have ever shot in my life.
      It’s always dead nuts on, cold, hot, in between and it never, I repeat never jams.
      Less than a grand invested initially, a bit more than that now, but I fail to see how any other firearm can shoot better than it no matter how much it cost.
      AND .45 ammo is still fairly plentiful, online anyway.
      It’s a hand cannon, if you point it at someone, they will understand in a very short period of time that they had better cool their jets or they won’t make it home alive…
      50 yards out, it’s still pretty darn good at center mass. If I could see better, I would probably do head shots without difficulty.
      Everybody at the range loves it, most of all ME !!!!!

  5. David says:

    Adding to the fun – a Cleveland bakery avoided looting via the 12 gauge way: https://www.buckeyefirearms.org/%E2%80%98they-got-guns%E2%80%99-rioters-quickly-lose-sweet-tooth-after-cleveland-bakery-owners-greet-them-firearms

    Re the 1911 – there are two ways to do it. One is the cheap acid-coloring which costs pennies and is a few microns thick – it wears off like blueing does. Then there is the burning straw deep case hardening, and the best in the world is Doug Turnbull who not only does that but the two different types of blue on the gun. Then there is the hand engraving, the fitted match barrel, and the fact that they only made 250 of these. I suspect trying to duplicate this on your own would cost you well more than the $4500 Kimber charged.

    • 11B-Mailclerk says:

      The chemical stain “color case” is inferior to bluing. It rusts readily, and is particularly prone to rust from sweat.

      Such fake color is the only thing I do not like about the Ruger Vaquero guns.

      The real “color case hardening” serves no modern purpose, as proper modern steel and heat-treatment is superior.

      However, proper color case hardening is magnificent.