Thursday, February 28, 2013

February NICS numbers

I can see the headlines now:

Americans stop buying guns! Common sense has prevailed!

The NICS numbers will be lower than December or January. Why? All the guns are gone. Sold in the past two months. You can't sell what is sold out.

My LGS had maybe 5 pistols and some consignment pieces. Rifles are the same way. The wall of pistols at Sportsman's Warehouse is now the wall of flashlights and accessories, with some single stack 45s and single action pistols for flair. Bass Pro has empty cases.

It is damn tempting to seed every article that will be published with something like this: "No, numbers are down soley because we bought all the guns. Now, come and get them."

Funny parts ordering stories

A certain retailer offers free shipping on certain items, lets call them "knives" and "optics". Some (not all) of these things called knives reduce the shipping on the rest of the order by -more- than the cost of the knife. Needless to say, I am now a knife dealer. ;) Specializing in Ontario (U.S. made!) machetes. Guys at work love cheap machetes.

Some of the money I save goes into the NRA roundup. Combine it with a coupon code (Whiskey Sierra Foxtrot12x0, replace x with 1, 2 or 3 for February) and I got a barrel for less than the barrel's price, shipped with the NRA roundup.

Cuomo wants a David Gregory exemption for...

Cuomo wants to make an additional class of "only ones" able to have large capacity magazines besides the police in New York. My title gives it away- filmmakers. How else could they make violent movies for other little crazies to copy if they don't use the real guns?

I don't necessarily subscribe to the theory that exposure to violent movies and games = instant murderers. No more than I subscribe to the theory that having guns makes you a murderer. This almost pisses me off more, it is crony capitalism fascism at its worst- filmmakers donate money to Cuomo, they get special rights.

Added:- There is a great comment at Hot Air- will they be allowed Big Gulps on movie sets?

I know how we can save money during the sequester

Stop paying air fare for Joe Biden and other politicians to run around lobbying for their pet causes.

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Diane Feinstein goes full Markley

Normal capacity magazines and semi automatic rifles are now "personal pleasures." Sigmund Freud called, he asked "how long has ze rifle been a source of pleasure, Senator?"

Markley's Law, for those not in the know, is the inevitable decent of anti gun folks to claim that a gun owner, female or male, is compensating for something.

Bob Woodward told to STFU

By a senior administration official. Was it this guy?

4 percent hippie

You are 4% hippie.
Ok, you conservative soul. Do you even believe in global warming? Loosen that necktie a little, and try some organic food. It actually does taste better. And go to a farmer's market--they're fun.

Are you a hippie?

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Buy a Shotgun per Joe Biden

This popped up on Facebook today. Normally, I'm not a fan of the "give a girl a big gun and watch what happens" genre, but here it does make a point. That shotgun has far more recoil than an AR-15.

Monday, February 25, 2013

Midway lists Federal 6.8 ammo update WalMart too

Coming soon, but they have it listed. Yay.

After work found the tag below. Hell yes 6.8 has made (my) Walmart

More replies from politicians

I received replies from the Governor's office and from Tom Latham. Latham's encouraged me to write my senators. It actually came via USPS. Grassely still has not returned a reply. Harkin sent the expected.

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Bloomberg's sugar ban violation costs as much as a tax stamp

It is a $200 fine to serve something that offends Bloomberg. If I lived in a free state, it would cost me $200 for a tax stamp for an SBR, suppressor or machine gun. Just a comparison.

The linked NYPost article states that restaurants cannot even bring pitchers* of soda to a table. Because it is over the 7 round limit 16 ounce serving size. Ah, dictators and intended consequences. Or a 2 liter bottle with a pizza delivery. And there is no grandfather clause Diet Soda Loophole. All self service cups must be 7 rounds 16 ounces or less.

I hope restaurants will allow people to bring in their own cups over 7 rounds 16 oz. Run the soda SWAT teams ragged checking out people BYO sugary drinks. And you can drop a dime via 311. I sense a need for 16 ounce cup holders that are shaped like a 32oz drink.

*I found the proposal on NYCs website. 
Set a maximum size for sugary drinks: Non-alcoholic sugary drinks may not be offered or sold in cups or containers that can contain more than 16 fluid ounces.
 Set a maximum size for self-service cups: Food service establishments may not offer or sell self-service cups that can contain more than 16 fluid ounces.
Set a fine for violations: No more than two hundred dollars for each violation as described in the proposed rule

Calling out retailers

Instead of calling out overpriced retailers, I'd like to call out a retailer I've had a positive experience with. I ordered some parts from Joe Bob Outfitters on a Friday. I had them in my hands on Tuesday, USPS shipping. (Monday was a USPS holiday) Now, they are in Kansas, so Iowa is hardly a long distance to ship. Still, they actually shipped the parts 2 hours after I ordered them. These weren't lowers requiring paperwork, just comps and minor in stock parts. I wonder how they do on a part they are sure to be slammed on, like BCG's and such?
Overall, I am happy with the experience. And I paid for everything with my own money, FTC.

Now that is homemade

I have a neighbor who is a little on the granola crunchy* side of things. Heck, she just had her baby at home. Nothing unusual there; it's her fourth at home.  Haven't seen any Obamacare SWAT teams rappelling in yet. Hell, check the law, it is probably in there.

*Not too crunchy- she stays up at night to waste the coyotes eating the chickens on the farm plot she rents.

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Four eyed chick having a bad hair day calls bloggers fat losers

Them's fighting words, ma'am.

And she says you can't be mean to her, or she won't do her job and talk to you, either. And fat loser bloggers are below her high falutin' position as talking head. She prefers "only ones" who have journalism licenses (Does CA have those?) because she can have them fired or something. The first amendment is for her to poop on, I guess. Don't forget, this is the department with the chief wanting to stamp out gun owners within a generation.

Actually, I blog from a chair. It is quite comfortable. Upstairs. And equally suited to blue jeans, pajamas, or formal dress.

I did like the cranky lady's comment about one blog being "left of Lenin." Guess she hasn't read most newspapers these days....

No one is coming for your guns part XXLII

Unless they are coming for your guns. Oregon's proposed law pretty much bans scary weapons and normal capacity magazines. And declares that a state of emergency exists (!) so the door kicking starts 120 days after it is signed. One scary weapon and 3 magazines of capacity over the random number of 10 can be registered. So 1 AR + 3 magazines. And don't bother keeping pistol mags, as you can't use them in self defense. Plus door kicking on a daily basis* to "inspect" your super secure storage of inanimate objects. And fees "to be determined" for required background checks needed to keep your own weapons.

(!) What is the emergency? Someone might notice the insane law and try to sue in court?

*Why wouldn't they? It's a state of emergency, for goodness sake.

Uh, oh, actual reporting going on

Pretty sure that Bob Woodard calling out the President is racist, right? Sequester actually was proposed by the White House. It is almost shocking to read a MSM paper and find a critique of The Won. It was called "opinion" though. Facts are opinions these days. Good to know.

 Guess Bob better watch out for this guy.

Friday, February 22, 2013

New rollmark

I don't mind Aero's new rollmark. Helps keep the pistol separate from the normal lowers. Dig the USA serial number. Also love the 4-40 tapped rear takedown pin hole. I was going to do that on this one anyway, saves me the trouble.

More new parts II

What's in the box?

More goodies

Now that I have the Ace pistol kit, I won't be facing a constructive possession charge when my 300 BLK barrel shows up. Also, meet the buffer tube that will be installed first on all of my lowers from now on.

Caller ID blocking

Medical centers usually block Caller ID. Battered women is usually the reason. (I would spoof the non emergency line of the local PD, just me)
Spent a day in the hospital a few weeks ago. I noticed some weird hits on my blog. The hospital wifi IP address reads as an entirely unrelated business several states away. Nice.

Of course, my cell phone changes IP based on towers used. Usually Denver. Love all the Colorado spam ads.

Doubles for self defense

Great idea Joe. I could see using a double for self defense. Pay the NFA tax for either a short barrel or destructive device. But it would only be a New York reload at best. Plus everyone would be deaf afterwards.

Please expedite my application. Does the ATF take AmEx? Why not, look at all the money they could make.;)

Thursday, February 21, 2013

New Yorkers Shocked that Gun Owners don't like cake

Because the cake is a lie.

Now that I have that out of the way, Cuomo is proposing to make hunting and fishing cheaper in New York. And a New York website is shocked that gun owners are not rushing to fellatiate the governor for his largess. Here is the headline:

Cuomo Proposes Lowering Hunting, Fishing Fees, But Gun Enthusiasts Still Don’t Like Him

Well, golly. Saving $4 on a hunting license more than makes up for being arrested for having a standard  capacity magazine.

It is not about hunting. Or scaring intruders away from your mansion, Joe Biden.

On a sad personal note, I also found out that I share my birthday with Mayor Nanny Bloomberg. Shit.

Democrat Senators Trying to Find Out Who Screwed up Obamacare

You know, the guys who did not read the law until after they passed it. Okay, that was Nancy Pelosi's line. Still, you would think the tools that voted for the law would own up to it.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Commit a David Gregory in New York, go to jail

Looks like the persecutor in New York will go after Nathan Haddad for possession of standard capacity magazines. Since, as a lowly ex-special forces member, he is not important enough to have them in New York. Only Law Enforcement is special enough to posses them, not the serfs.

Speaking of David Gregory, the above link to Legal Insurrection also discusses the David Gregory case. As in, William Jacobson tried to get a FOIA request for information on the case. Jacobson was blown off, and will be appealing that decision.

Joe Salazar's biggest supporter

Not to beat a dead horse or anything. See previous post (or Michelle Malkin) if you don't know about Colorado Democrat Joe Salazar and his preference for disarming women.

Rapey McRaperson in Colorado

I always thought the fake Brady ads were satire.

Guess you give an anti gun fascist enough time, he will call women too stupid to defend themselves with a gun. Or give out illegal advice, as Joe "Warning Shot" Biden (but only with the Obama approved $5000 shotgun) rambles on about.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

One of them fancy paper readin devices

Found an old book I liked in school on Amazon. Hard to explain; starts off with the main character beheaded in the first chapter. His brain is then stuck in a jar to become the cpu for a colony ship.

So Washington wants to kick in doors of gun owners

Why bother law abiding citizens? It would be far easier to implement the following:

All people without the right to bear arms may be* subject to random gun inspections at the whim of law enforcement. Furthermore, all felons must have their doors kicked in on a weekly basis (and their dogs shot) to maintain the element of surprise. It will really suck for those subjects living in NYC, Illinois, Massachusetts, and other restrictive states requiring permits to own firearms, but their 4th amendment rights are a sacrifice I'm willing to make for the children and just one life saved. 

*See, it is just like may issue permints

EPA redacted

Since most of what the EPA does is supposed to be for the children, what is so special that most of the e-mails from former EPA head Lisa Jackson's secret(?) account need be redacted? The Free Beacon article notes some whining that "internal discussion" would be limited if the government workers could expect their discussions to be read. Screw them. If they are afraid of being caught, they are doing something wrong. They are government employees on government systems doing work we pay for.

Monday, February 18, 2013

British Libs to tax taxed assets

The takers are now deciding that they want more taxes levied on the elusive wealth that those evil rich people already paid taxes on. Guess the libs love the lack of firearms over there, it makes insane taxation so much easier.

Watching old movies

I don't know if Demolition Man counts as an old movie, but, being 20 years old, why not? Anti gun hypocrite Stallone can kiss my ass, but the rest of the movie makes me laugh. How, exactly, did they channel king mayor Bloomberg before he was mayor?

Sunday, February 17, 2013

M&P armorer's block

Just saw this on Facebook, from Apex Tactical. I can see where it will come in handy, as demonstrated by Hilton Yam. Even works with Glocks.

I have one placed in my cart at Midway, now I just need to find a few minor parts to make an order.

ETA: crap, that's what I get for screwing around- darn thing sold out when I got back to my computer.

Gun show failed to suck my wallet dry

All black rifle stuff was from crazy to insane. Didn't see any move while I was there. A DPMS Sportical for 1350-1400? No thank you. The M&P sport for $10xx seemed like a steal compared to that. Girl Scout cookies were still $3.50 a box. At least they didn't jump in price, too. PMags seemed to go for $50.

300 Blackout for $25 a box didn't hurt too bad, when the going rate for .223 was $1 per round and up.  7.62x54R was not bad, depending on vendor. Actually saw some Enfields around $300. The Mosin Nagant M39's for $400+ didn't seem too bad, as they had hex recievers. Funny, I found Chinese knockoffs of the Grip pod all over. But no cheap copies of light mounts.

Re-upped with the Iowa Firearms Coalition. Main reason I went, really.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

How to make parts become availiable

Step one- check threads on forums. Find no parts in stock. Or are Holy $hit! prices (Yay capitalism,but I can wait at 2x the price)
Step two- Order parts that are backorderable.
Step three- Pat self on back for ordering parts.
Step Four- Recheck threads on forums. The parts you just back ordered will be in stock at a different vendor.

Note- process will not work if attempted on purpose. Never valid on BCM BCGs or Spike's lowers. Especially the Pirate ones.

Ordered part, shipped same day?

Ordered some minor stuff from Joe Bob Outfitters. Expected a 3 day wait, but they say they shipped it a few hours after I placed it. Guess I'll see what happens.

Ever place preemptive orders with a place? You know, the kind that get you in their system so checkout is faster? Me neither. ;)

Saw some lowers Thursday at the local gunshop that turned up for sale last weekend.

Sportsman's Warehouse only had 1 9mm and 1 40 in stock. 6 or so 1911's, and a few revolvers.

Might go to the fun show tomorrow. Have a bad feeling it will be a waste of time.

Friday, February 15, 2013

Well, I got a response from a Senator

I emailed my representatives using Ruger's web contact page. Of course, the first response I received was from Tom Harkin. Yay, me. It is exactly what I expected.

February 14, 2013

Mr. Jxxxxxxxxxx
xxxxxxx, IA  500xxxxxxx
Dear Jxxxxxxx:
Thank you for contacting me regarding proposed gun safety measures and mental health reform. I appreciate hearing from you about these important topics.
Like all Americans, I was deeply saddened by the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.  What added to our grief as a nation was that it also came on the heels of mass gun shootings in Colorado, Arizona, Wisconsin, and the senseless acts of violence that occur every day throughout our country.  In light of all of these events, it is apparent that far too many Americans, including children, are needlessly losing their lives.  We must come together as a country to prevent future tragedies and the senseless loss of life, and to ensure that no American lives in fear.
On January 17, 2013, the President put forward a specific plan to protect our children and communities by reducing gun violence. The plan includes legislative and executive action that combined would close background check loopholes, ban military-style assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, equip schools with safety resources and equipment, and increase access to mental health services.
As a hunter, I know that the recreational use and collection of guns is important to many Iowans and I will continue to work to protect the rights of law-abiding American gun owners.  But we need to ask whether people need unlimited access to any arms, including those capable of shooting hundreds of bullets in a very short time.  We can support gun rights while continuing to support responsible legislation to reduce crime and make our schools and communities safer.  Each of these goals is important and I believe that they can be accomplished simultaneously.
That is why, over the years, I have consistently supported common-sense measures to protect our communities. For example, in the past, I have voted in favor of legislation to close the loopholes on criminal background checks on gun purchases at gun shows, and to require gun manufacturers to include child safety locks on guns. I have also voted against a blanket liability exception for gun manufacturers and sellers.
The tragedy at Newtown also shined a light on the state of our country's mental health care system.  Over the past several months, I have heard from many Iowans about this issue, and their voices have been joined with people across the nation, including President Obama, calling for us to take a hard look at improving access to mental health services.  In so doing, it is important to combat a common, insidious misconception that people with mental illness are inherently violent.  In fact, individuals with mental illness are far more likely to be the victims of violence than the perpetrators.  We must remember that this unfounded stereotype is an impediment to reform, not a window into it.
With this in mind, on January 24, 2013, as Chairman of the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions, I convened a hearing to assess the state of America's mental health.  We heard from expert government witnesses, as well as health care providers, mental health agencies, and patients.  To view a webcast of this hearing, please visit
The hearing highlighted some of the shortcomings of the mental health care system.  To begin with, mental health illnesses are chronic diseases that disproportionately affect young people under the age of 24.  Yet the system appears to be failing some of these people.  Less than half of children with an identified mental illness receive treatment, and the average gap between the onset of symptoms and the receiving of treatment is nearly a decade.  Failing to diagnose and treat mental illness early in life seriously - and needlessly - aggravates adult mental health illnesses.
Shortcomings in diagnosis and treatment also spill over into other areas of society.  For instance, a student struggling with a mental illness, like depression or anxiety, faces additional difficulties maintaining good grades and graduating on time.  Our prisons are also overburdened by people who should be receiving treatment and substance abuse counseling as part of their rehabilitation.
We know that when individuals with mental illnesses receive appropriate treatment and support, they can recover and lead productive, healthy lives.  I am currently examining proposals to strengthen access to mental health services in our communities, in schools, and in the clinical setting.  In addition, as Chairman of the Senate Appropriations subcommittee that funds federal health initiatives, I plan to take a close look at opportunities to strengthen funding measures.  I am also heartened at the reforms we have already made.  The landmark health insurance reform law, the Affordable Care Act (ACA), provides nearly 30 million previously-uninsured Americans with access to health insurance plans that will be required to include coverage for mental health and substance abuse services.  Integrating primary care and mental health services will reduce barriers to care and lessen the stigma of mental illness.
Again, thank you for sharing your views with me. Please do not hesitate to let me know how you feel on any issue that concerns you.


Tom Harkin
United States Senator

British Soylent Ed Scandal

What, did the food start tasting better or did someone notice the whip marks? If Piers Morgan went home and ate some horse meat, would we nag him with accusations of cannibalism?

Thursday, February 14, 2013

Happy Birthday to Me Part II

Now that is a high capacity, um, magazine....

Range trip

Good bad trip. 50 yards, from sighting it in.

The bad: I'm guessing it has a tight chamber. Damn tight. Ran like a top with the factory S&B stuff above. Was a nasty single shot with reloads.

ETA: Quick testing with a case gauge shows the fired cases to be shorter than the unfired reloads to the shoulder. Fun. I wonder if a bolt swap will even them out? I have a third bolt to add into the mix- maybe it would make the other rifle smaller chamber smaller, too? All headspaced fine with the gauges.

Happy Birthday to Me

Video unrelated. And very creepy.

Hell, downright scary

Yeah, I'll get a phone call for this one....

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

I hate Iowa Commies

They introduced the usual bills- magazine bans, universal back ground checks, and giving the DNR a blank check to ban ammo. House file 163, 164, 165 respectively. All dumped into the Judiciary committee. Hopefully to die.

Midway rules

My gauges are here. 300 BLK.

I didn't watch the STFU last night

Whoops, SOTU*. I get those confused.

The recap so far:

1:Raise the Minimum Wage, for the middle class or the children or something. Mainly to increase welfare benefits and union wage minimums.

2: Ban some guns and register evil gun owners.

3: Free Shit

4: Green mumble mumble

5: Ban cars that don't suck. Pie in the sky mandate for the rest.

6: General can kicking.

*Didn't give a shit about Bush's STFUs either.


Damn, where do I go to get incendiary grenades like the ones used at the Big Bear BBQ on that convenient idiot Dorner?

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Navy Seal for Mass. Senate?

He's got to be better than the last guy that quit. ;)

The stop having fun police (Dem edition)

The last refuge of smoking indoors in Iowa businesses has been the casinos. So, of course, the Democrats are at it again to close the Casino Loophole. My opinion is, you pay the stupid tax, you get to smoke. I know the bar owners hate it, so they keep trying to pull other frogs back into the boiling pot. On the other had, counties own several casinos, and the government gets their share off of increased profits at all casinos.

Wow, that was fast

Placed an order for mags on 12/18/2012 for 6.8 magazines. They shipped today. Yay, me.

On a related note, PSA shows 6.8 mags to be in stock right now.

Zombies everywhere

NJT notes that they have been found in Montana.
I heard the the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Somebody is having fun. But my copy of World War Z says those areas should be safer this time of year. Oh, AlGore, why didn't we listen to you!

Monday, February 11, 2013

Democrat's War on Women

It is in the New York Times. Women are buying guns, and for protection from men, too! So it is official- Democrats going after guns are anti woman. Glad the Times is on our side now. /sarc

Sunday, February 10, 2013

New Windy City Tourism Information Site

Well, new to me. Provides all sorts of fascinating details into the city of Chicago. And it has a pretty cool name, too.

One nice thing about 6.8 SPC

Diversification. I can use either large or small primers to reload, as I have all four (6!) flavors of brass. Remington and S&B large primer brass. The small primer brass from Hornady, Silver State Armory (Barrett) and now small primer S&B brass I picked up from a few months ago. So, for the main caliber I reload, I can be happy that the local stores have just about any rifle primer in stock.

Just a thought after resizing 300+ cases and justifying keeping all those head stamps straight. Normally I only shoot one kind of brass at a time, but my last range trip pretty much had some of every brass loaded up. I try to keep .223 separated for ammo I shoot for accuracy. Not so much for plinking ammo.

Looks like I'll be going into 300 BLK without any loaded ammo of any kind. Guess I'll be testing the roll your own abilities of the cartridge. Might be a good time to finish my annealing setup. Of course, by the time all of the alleged "in stock" parts arrive, Rubio will be running against Fauxcahontas for president.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

300 BLK gauges on the way

I really don't know why. Midway had them in stock, and I clicked buy before I knew what I was doing. ;)

Bacon Fest Today

And I can't go. The tickets sold out in 3 minutes on 12/12/12. My wife was on ticket detail- she clicked "confirm" 4 minutes after they went on sale.

Watching the United States of Bacon on Destination America instead. Somehow, it is not the same. :(


Yeah, I could link to a story about the new meme to relabel normal capacity magazines "assault magazines" but posting stupid stuff with assault magazine in the title is more fun.

ETA- fixed you vs your. Gorram tiny sail foam screens 

Friday, February 8, 2013

Assault Magazine

More to come.

Foxhole Athiests

Kinda like anti gun people who suddenly want a gun when an axe grinding cop goes off his nut in California. I wish I had the video link, I guess it was on ABC news.

Background checks

So how does one run a background check when acquiring guns via ballistic discount? Do you call it in, or have to go somewhere? What about when thieves steal a gun? Do they get nailed on a 5A violation for not reporting the transfer?

Thursday, February 7, 2013

DHS doesn't always buy ammo

But they sure do buy it when we do.*

If you will excuse me, I need to go wash my eyes out with whiskey.

*I know. It's Alex Jones.

Conversation on guns falling on deaf ears. Then no ears

So, Minnesota Democrats are so embarrassed by their own naked power grab that they have to leave the room while pro gun activists testify. Maybe they wanted Diane Feinstein to point the guns at them, with her finger on the trigger as she always does. I'm sure they are blaming the usual Democrat reasons- "guns scare us; we don't have to know what we are banning to ban it; look at us, we piss ourselves in the presence of inanimate objects; how dare you talk to us"- you know, common sense reasons.

Ht  to Bob Owens.


Wednesday, February 6, 2013

The box of fun just got here

Not a lifetime supply by any means.

NICS checks for January 2013

Down from December 2013.(PDF) Fewer guns available? Screen shot below of the PDF. Damn fine job, citizens.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Why is my pump shotgun banned by Diane Feinstein?

It is not on the list. 870 home defense model. No Mossberg 590. Her bill reads exactly like a list of "only these guns can be made;nothing else."
Molon Labe

Updated with linkage.
And I know I read this somewhere (every where?) but 2 10 round magazines and duct tape would be constructive possession of of a "high capacity" magazine.

Moar skeet shoops

Someday, these will get old.

Nerf York City

Looks like Bloombergopolis is now getting the benefits of flash mobs- the violent, felony style, not the singing type.

Also, more stabby badness on the subway.
What a fine city to live in, if you are rich and well connected enough to be able to arm yourself legally, or can afford personal bodyguards.

Napolitano for President?

Flat wut? I know, all the President's men and all. But only if Hilary doesn't run or something.

Monday, February 4, 2013

Fat Fudd Rifles Are Fat

Using my wildly inaccurate bathroom scale, it has settled on my scoped 6.8 weighing 9.2 lbs. And my TruGlo'd 6.8 stumbles in at 7.8 lbs. (Which has lived through 1395 shots, and the new battery is still going 2.5 months later) Both are Palmetto State Armory uppers.

No lights. These are my hunting rifles, and Iowa gets all whiny about casting artificial rays of light. I've actually sold my first 6.8 upper, mainly to finance the new 6.8. And I made no money doing it, as I agreed to the price before the SHTF.

Trying out the Grip Pod, I bought the plastic leg version. I don't plan on standing on my rifle for any reason. It is big and loud, but more useful (lighter) than a bipod + a vertical forward grip. And I can use my standard capacity mags with it. If you put it on a surface, then hit the button, it is acceptable noise wise.

Also planning on a front sight shaving if one rifle proves to be more accurate than the other. With a 13" or so hand guard. Most likely the Troy Alpha with the built in sight. Really liking the MI G2 2 piece free float hand guard though.

Sunday, February 3, 2013

More shops

More shops of the do not shop this skeet pic.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Don't shop this pic

Challenge accepted.

Original. Browning of some type.

Hypocrite on Line One

Sylvester Stallone is all for banning scary guns, huh? What a dumbass.

Reloading with odd powders

It is a win win right now for me. Scored some more AA2200.

Now if my 27 lbs of Nosler bullets would get here...
(Sounds cooler than saying 6 boxes)

Friday, February 1, 2013

I am shocked

That Jesse Jackson and Gloria Allred did not get into a fender bender rushing to the aid of Soledad O'Brien.

The State of Iowa has cost the Treasury $1000

By my count, I would need 5 stamps to own what I want. 7 if the Hughes Amendment had been actually voted on and not added to FOPA. But, the state of Iowa is retarded, so there.
Wait, no barrel length on FA. 6 stamps, then.