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{ Monthly Archives } October 2010


The firearms trainers I’ve spent the most time and money with have a statistic as an advertising slogan: Less than 5% of gun owners seek out and attend professional defensive firearms training. 5%. Just one out of every twenty people who fill out a 4473 eventually end up taking instruction on how to use their […]

Taurus Judge, How Do I Loathe Thee

Let us count the ways! For those of you late to the game, the Taurus Judge is a very large revolver that is advertised to fire both .410 2 1/2″ shotshells and .45 Colt cartridges. It sells for about $450 depending on version, weighs in at 30oz unloaded and is about 8″ from snout to […]

It’s Funny Because It’s True

So some easily butthurt jackwagons at arfcom responded to this awesomeness: With this unbecoming whining. Now, I spend a lot of time on the Carolinas Forum, I’ve bought and proudly wear an arfcom t-shirt, have BFL’s on my cars, and have gotten more than a few lulz and even useful information from the site. But […]

We Live In A World With Malls, Son!

Who’s going to defend them? YOU? Attended a carbine class recently, despite not being an Only One, and therefore have no need to know how to work a long gun? Then here’s a patch for us. Courtesy of the enormously talented Robb Allen. Contact him for your graphical needs today! UPDATE! Version 2.0 is available […]

Query On Carbine Classes

So you unequivocally have the right to own a scary looking military assault rifle, but don’t even try to learn how to use it, because that’s for only the government’s employees to know? Do I have that right? I’m just thinking that sounded better in the original German.

pdb’s Short Notes On The 7.62×35

So The Freedom Group [Remington, AAC, Shrubmaster, etc] went ahead and standardized another wildcat, like the .25-06 and 7mm-06. Only this time, it’s the .300 Whisper / Fireball that got the makeover and is now known to us as the 300 AAC Blackout. Unlike the .300 Whisper, the 300 AAC is based on the 5.56 […]