Jan 272015
 

Prototype stolen from SHOT Show

We gunnies and RKBA types like to think of ourselves as basically honest people, more so that the average Joe, even.  Which only serves to tick us off even more when we hear about stuff like this.

The Titanium EBCG LanTac Carrier prototype stolen from
SHOT Show is the only one of its kind.

From Lantac’s Facebook page:

Lantac USA is sad to have to make this post.  A one off Titanium EBCG LanTac Carrier, the only one in existence was stolen from our booth during show hours! It doesn’t get much lower thank that. The Ti EBCG is the LanTac Pat Pend Forward porting BCG, the lower one in the pic without the forward assist serrations. If anyone can give us information of the whereabouts that leads to the return we will give you a reward.  San Tan Tactical just called and added two matched billet sets to the reward. I love you man! Please can everyone post this everywhere!

Screw the reward, let’s just see if someone out there can’t help them find this arsehole, shall we?

Jan 262015
 

scc-logoIt’s nice, every now and then, to see that the entire MSM doesn’t have their craniums heaved up their gun-control colons.  The Las Vegas Review-Journal, for example, isn’t buying the gun-grabber propaganda.  Especially when it comes to the La-LaLand notion of “gun free zones” — a steaming heap of cosmetic placebo that has never saved so much as a single life.  Arming yourself, on the other hand, is the most effective method of keeping yourself and those around you safe.  Period.

But that doesn’t fit the MSM/gun-grabber narrative, does it?  There’s a reason why you’ve never heard about the shooting that happened at the Appalachian School of Law in 2002 (care to guess what it is?)

Law-abiding citizens shouldn’t be defenseless on college campuses

LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL

Since the mass shooting at Virginia Tech in 2007, in which 32 students and faculty members were killed and an additional 17 were wounded, gun-rights activists have pushed to allow concealed carry on college campuses. Unfortunately, that push has been widely lambasted by the media and ignored by lawmakers and higher education officials — while shootings in gun-free zones continue at schools large and small. Continue reading »

Oct 292014
 

National Firearms Association“The NFA’s supporting a WHAT???” 

Call it “truth is stranger than fiction,” call it “even a blind squirrel finds a nut some days,” or whatever else you might want.  But here it is, all the same:

NFA Supports Liberal MP’s Bill

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Canada’s National Firearms Association is pleased to support Liberal MP Joyce Murray’s private member’s Bill C-622.  Speaking from Prince George, NFA President Sheldon Clare said, “We are very concerned about the lack of oversight of our intelligence gathering agencies’ activities and the potential for abuse of meta-data collection.  The recent government bill marketed as intended to prevent cyberbullying that would give police significant additional powers to obtain private information without warrant give ordinary people much cause for concern.  Firearm owners are already very familiar with how this sort of data collection can be abused to target individuals and groups of individuals for dubious purposes.  Murray’s Bill C-622 is a good counterbalance to this risk to the privacy of Canadians.” Continue reading »

Oct 082014
 

Blanked out RCMP documents speak volumes

Lorne Gunterby Lorne Gunter
Edmonton Sun

It often helps to go over your research more than once. It helps, too, to have an extra set of eyes.

That’s the case with documents regarding last summer’s gun seizures in High River, Alberta, obtained from the RCMP through access to information.

To be fair, reams of documents have been released. Many are mundane. Plenty have large portions blanked out.

It’s easy to miss the significance of what isn’t there. Which is exactly what I and an independent firearms researcher did – we missed the importance of a blank column on a Mountie spreadsheet listing the firearms taken following last June’s flood. Continue reading »

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