Monday, March 31, 2014

Colorado Sheriffs Anti-Gun Lawsuit To Be Heard in Federal Court Today

The lawsuit filed by gun-rights advocates and Colorado sheriffs seeks to overturn legislation signed last year by Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper. The laws, which took effect July 1, limit the size of ammunition magazines to 15 rounds and expand background checks to firearm sales online and private sellers.
(more here)

We'll see how this plays out.

Hourslong Protest Turns to 'Mayhem' in Albuquerque

Albuquerque's mayor said that a more than 10-hour protest over recent police shootings turned from peaceful into "mayhem," as officers in riot gear clashed with hundreds of protesters who blocked traffic, tried to get on freeways and shouted anti-police slogans.

Mayor Richard Berry said Sunday that one officer was injured, rocks were thrown and at one point protesters trapped police in a vehicle and tried to break the windows, the Albuquerque Journal reported. An Associated Press reporter saw gas canisters being thrown outside police headquarters and Albuquerque police and Bernalillo County sheriff's deputies charging at the protesters late Sunday, which mostly dispersed the crowds.
More from ABC here.

Do you think people are mad about crap like this:

and this:

and this:

and this:

and many more...

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

PCP Polymer Cased Ammo Warning / Review

The Firearm Blog conducted a test of the PCP polymer cased ammo with catastrophic results.

If you have any of this, specifically lot number X121300001, you are advised not to use it.

Read the review here and see what happened.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Deadline To Turn In Gun Magazines Results In Zero Compliance (Commiefornia)

But this week, Sunnyvale joined a small number of cities and states that can lock up gun owners like Fyock unless they give up something from their gun chests -- magazines that hold more than 10 rounds of ammunition.

Sunnyvale's gun-control measure, which 67 percent of voters approved in November, so far has survived a series of legal challenges seeking to keep it from taking effect. As of midnight Thursday, anyone who possessed a magazine that can hold more than 10 rounds was committing a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to $1,000, six months in jail or both.

Sunnyvale police say nobody has showed up at the city's Department of Public Safety to turn over their magazines. Owners had the choice of allowing police to destroy the magazines, sell them out of state or to a licensed gun dealer, or move them out of town. Fyock, a plaintiff in the National Rifle Association lawsuit challenging the law, chose the latter.

Read the rest here

Law makers sure are dumb.

NEVER Comply!


Sunday, March 9, 2014

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Connecticut: The Coming Storm

Friday, June 27th, 2014, 0-dark-thiry:  The politicians have made their decision.  By a twist of fate–your file simply happened to be on the top of the stack for no particular reason–you’ll be the first example.  A state police SWAT team pull to the curb in front of your home, leap from their van and rush to your front door.  Two black-clad men pull back a ram and swing it toward your front door, aiming just above the knob, while the rest of the team waits anxiously, their automatic weapons charged and off safe.  Two hope they’ll get the opportunity to shoot.  At least one wants to manufacture the opportunity.

You’ve made two major mistakes; they will cost your life and destroy your family:  you live in a blue state where the governor and legislature have no respect for the Constitution and the lives and liberty of citizens, and you were foolish enough to obey the law.

Starting awake from a sound sleep by the explosion of your door being smashed open and the heavy stomping of booted feet, you stumble down the stairs and into the hallway.  As you turn toward the sounds, you’re blinded by multiple bright lights and hear many people screaming at you, but their words are unintelligible.  You raise your hands to shield your eyes, but you have your cell phone in your right hand.  As soon as it comes into view, you’re overwhelmed by a tidal wave of explosive sounds and feel the first bullets rip into your body.  There are stars, so many stars, winking and suddenly, everything goes silent and black and your last conscious thought is a feeling of falling.

The SWAT team, surprised when you suddenly appeared only five feet from them, screamed conflicting commands at you.  When you raised your hands and one of them saw something dark in your right hand, he jerked back the trigger of his MP5 submachine gun and didn’t let go until the weapon was empty.  Seeing him fire, four more did the same.  Of the 137 rounds five of the team initially fired, only 18 actually hit you, but it was enough.  The rest shredded your home from floor to ceiling and wall to wall.  Six nearby homes were hit, as were four cars.  As you lay dying, your heart beating ever more slowly and weakly, you were spared the horror of your wife’s death.
Read the rest here.

Don't think this can happen? Then you really haven't been paying attention.

Make them think twice.