Walkabout In The Weminuche Wilderness

Herschel Smith · 05 Aug 2018 · 41 Comments

"There are no socialists in the bush" - HPS All of my physical training only barely prepared me for the difficulty of the Weminuche Wilderness (pronounced with the "e" silent).  It's National Forest land, not National Park.  The Department of Agriculture no longer prints maps of the area, so we relied on NatGeo for the map, and it's good, but not perfect. We have a lot of ground to cover, including traveling with firearms, the modification I made to one of my guns for the trip, the actors…… [read more]

Stag Arms Relocation Announcement

BY Herschel Smith
15 hours, 25 minutes ago

From a reader.

November 18th, 2019

Stag Arms LLC (“Stag” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the appointment of a new President as well as its new location.

Stag’s Board of Directors today announced that Chad Larsen has been appointed Stag’s President effective immediately. The Company also announced that it will be relocating to Cheyenne, WY, by the end of the year. In June, the Company disclosed its decision to move from Stag’s former headquarters in New Britain, CT, and accordingly initiated a national search for a new location.

In making today’s announcement, Elie Azar, Founder and CEO of White Wolf Capital, LLC, which owns a controlling interest in Stag Arms, said: “We decided it was time to do a complete refresh of the Company. We needed to solve for three things: visionary customer-centric leadership, a business-friendly, pro-growth economic environment, and a cultural climate that reflects Stag’s brand image of independence and free spiritedness. I am pleased to report that we have found a solution that hits all these points.”

To find a new location for the Company, Stag’s Board of Directors conducted a rigorous process comparing dozens of potential sites against a stringent set of criteria. “Cheyenne came out on top on most of the individual criteria,” said Azar, “and considering our requirements as a whole, it was by far the superior site. Not only is Wyoming an incredibly hospitable place to do business, it is also a top destination for outdoor recreation, including hunting and shooting sports, which reflects its citizens’ unwavering support for the Second Amendment.”

Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon, upon learning of Stag’s decision to relocate to his state, issued the following statement:

“I am pleased to welcome Stag Arms to Wyoming and to know that our state came out on top of a broad look at potential new homes for the sought-after company. We have a deep-seated commitment to the Second Amendment that I will continue to uphold. Ultimately, Stag Arms had to make a business decision and I believe this announcement is an affirmation that Wyoming is continuing to cultivate a culture that allows private enterprise to flourish. My administration will work collaboratively with the Wyoming Business Council and Cheyenne LEADS to ensure Stag’s move goes smoothly. I thank Stag’s Board of Directors and Chad Larsen for selecting Wyoming.”

Stag began working with Cheyenne LEADS, the economic development organization for Cheyenne and Laramie County, in June of this year after they reached out offering their assistance. LEADS assisted with site location, workforce evaluation and navigating the community.

Stag’s decision to relocate to Wyoming follows similar recent moves by other firearms companies, most notably Weatherby and Magpul. In addition to being firearm-friendly and outdoor-oriented, Wyoming has been very proactive in its efforts to attract high-skilled/high-paying manufacturing jobs to the state. Communities like Cheyenne have invested significantly in recent years in skilled-training capabilities.

Chad Larsen comes to Stag from Aero Precision, LLC, a leading manufacturer of AR-15 components located in Tacoma, WA, where he spent the last six years leading new product development. Azar noted, “Chad’s innovative genius with the Modern Sporting Rifle platform stems from his personal emersion in the shooting and hunting community. He knows what customers want—and what they don’t—because he is one of them.” Mr. Larsen is both an avid hunter and a registered 3-Gun, Multi-gun and USPSA competitor.

Mr. Larsen added, “I am both honored and humbled to have been selected to lead the charge to revitalize this iconic brand. The Stag team and I are totally committed to continuing Stag’s legacy of innovation—for example, we were the first AR platform to manufacture left-handed rifles—as well as continue our pledge of being 100% made in the United States.” Mr. Larsen succeeds Anthony Ash who was president of Stag since 2016.

Stag has begun the process of relocating all of its operations to Cheyenne and plans to be fully settled in its new accommodations in the upcoming months.

For questions or comments on this announcement, please email questions@stagarms.com.

No firearms manufacturer can stay in Connecticut and survive.  I’m surprised it took them this long to make the decision and engage the move.

Although I have to say that I’m disappointed they didn’t follow so many other firearms manufacturer’s moves and relocate South.

Concealed Carrier Ends Oklahoma Walmart Shooting

BY Herschel Smith
16 hours, 7 minutes ago

Here’s a report buried in the official narrative of the recent Oklahoma Walmart shooting.

Duncan resident Aaron Helton, an Army veteran, said he was at the Walmart around 9:45 a.m. when he heard nine shots and saw the gunman, weapon in hand. According to Helton, another man walked up, put a pistol to the gunman’s head and told him to stop shooting. Helton said he saw the shooter was turning the gun on himself and looked away.

Don’t expect the MSM to trot this out and focus attention on it.  It doesn’t follow the narrative.  How long would it have taken LEOs to get there, put on tactical gear (they want to go home safely at the end of their shift above all else), and follow procedures trying to isolate the shooter while they searched people when evacuating the building?

One … single … man .. with … a … gun.

Update On Las Vegas Shooting

BY Herschel Smith
17 hours, 40 minutes ago

Uncle attaches this photo, and says the following.

That story promptly went away for no reason. But the UK press has been covering it. That piece is a few months old. But it does put to rest the conspiracy theory that he didn’t really use a bump stuck .. On the right, that is pretty clearly a bump stock.

Sorry, but that photo proves nothing.  No one has demonstrated yet that he actually used a bump stock, or even what weapons were used.  Remember, Uncle?  The FBI prevented the ATF from examining the firearms in the room.  Wonder why they did that?

Say, I did notice how clean that room was.  Clean ceiling, clean floor, clean carpet, spotless lamp shades, everything is spotless.  Just like he had discharged thousands of rounds in that very location.  Or perhaps they accidentally let the maid in before they took the picture.  Yea, that’s got to be it.

I’ll repeat the question my former Marine asked after this event: “Have you ever discharged thousands of rounds in a confined space like that?  Do you know what it looks like after a battle like that?  I have, and I do.”

Hong Kong Protesters Marched To The Waiting Trains

BY Herschel Smith
23 hours, 49 minutes ago

I cannot locate this video anywhere else, and certainly not on YouTube (censors would doubtless remove it).

Reddit/firearms has it.  View the video as long as it’s up.  I recall a sign from a protester saying they needed a second amendment.

Yea, now more than ever.  Sadly, this is likely the last time these people will ever be seen.

Remember this scene.  Train stations.  It’s what totalitarian governments do to troublemakers.

A Call To Globalization

BY Herschel Smith
1 day, 14 hours ago

The Small Wars Journal.

Fundamentally, it’s not complicated. Unless we should finally take certain tangible steps to implement a genuinely organic and cooperative planetary civilization – one based on the primary truth of human “oneness” – there will be no civilization at all. To credibly reject this sober conclusion would require reasonable expectations of an already-ongoing evolution toward worldwide peace and denuclearization.

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Antecedent questions should now be brought to the fore. Why have we made ourselves existentially vulnerable? The only genuinely compelling and lucid answer should reflect a continuously undiminished willingness to seek personal identity in membership. Significantly, though rarely if ever mentioned, we humans fear solitude or “aloneness” more than absolutely anything else on earth, sometimes even more than death. Accordingly, amid a growing chaos that is already stampeding across whole continents, we humans willingly abide a fully primal loyalty to membership claims of  “tribe.”

Always, everywhere, individuals desperate “to belong” will enthusiastically subordinate themselves to the most utterly far-reaching expectations of nation, class or faith.

[ … ]

In the end, such twisted dedication lies at the very heart of war, terrorism and genocide.

[ … ]

There absolutely must be a firmer and more willing embrace of global interdependence and human “oneness.”

[ … ]

Like it or not, the American “bee” – together with all others – must learn to live cooperatively, within the “hive.” To ritualistically suggest otherwise, as does US President Donald Trump, would be nothing less than to willfully surrender all residual human advantages of intellect, analysis and reason. Following any such still-preventable surrender, America and all other state members of our integrated global system will have done nothing less than reinvigorate the dissembling forces of an uncontrollable “tribal” chaos.

So, jettison your nation, tribe and faith, embrace “oneness,” prepare for globalization, and denuclearize.

So says this writer at SWJ.

This is a remarkable missive.  Obama also called for a world without nuclear weapons, and made a promise to that effect.  Trust everyone else to denuclearize, and lead the way, they say, advocating relinquishing the most significant contribution to world peace history has ever known.

Globalization is the only solution to tribe, nation and faith.  Because those are problems, you see.  We are all one with our brothers everywhere.

Sounds like the words of Jesus, yes?  Or not so much.  These are only the words of a fake Jesus that didn’t really exist.  The real Jesus said of His enemies that “You are of your father the devil,” who was a liar from the beginning (John 8:44).  Apparently God doesn’t believe everyone is “one” with everyone else.

Jettison faith and embrace globalization.  These are not the words of Jesus.  George Soros may like the message, but then George Soros admitted to helping the Nazis.

Gun Coatings And Firearms Finishes

BY Herschel Smith
1 day, 14 hours ago

Michael Ware writing at Ammoland.

Duracoat has been around for a lot of years. Duracoat firearms coatings require a catalyst and will air cure over time. If you can afford to set aside your work for a month after you’ve completed it, the curing process is usually about as done as you’ll get. You’ll need an HVLP spray gun #ad (high-velocity low pressure) for this and some dry air source, like most spray-on finishes, but it is easy to use and consistent. They offer a Duracoat in a rattle can as well. Same as any finish, it does requires thorough mixing, but isn’t too hard to use.

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Aluma-Hyde II is pretty easy to use. You use it as you would any spray paint from a can. I’ll caution you, though, when they encourage you to shake it well, they’re not joking. If your arm isn’t sore after shaking it up, you haven’t shaken it long enough yet [see the Norrells’ coating shaker video tip above.] My other concern is how quickly the product comes out of the nozzle. This is truly a case of testing it on a piece of cardboard or the likes first. If you don’t take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the rate this coating comes out, you’ll have some problems. Be thorough, and you’ll do fine. Find a nice place to let your work cure for a few days, and you’re ready to roll.

KG Gunkote is a common these days. We use the 2400 series product often. It is just about as simple as they get. Shake it well, spray it, and cure it in the kiln. No catalyst is required. KG has been consistent as the sun coming up on color rendition and sheen from batch to batch, so matching something or doing a repeat job for the same customer isn’t tough with KG Gunkote. We use it quite a bit.

The product we use the most in the shop is Cerakote. There are different products of course, depending on which you need to accomplish, but by far we see the most call for H series. Cerakote C series doesn’t require a catalyst and is a high heat application. I use it on machine gun barrels, suppressors, and things that get really hot. However, literally 90% of what product and type that gets sprayed in my paint booth is Cerakote H series. Depending on color it can be a tad fickle to apply, but the results are good. If you have any HVLP skills you’ll be fine. They even have a Cerakote air dry spray coatings products if having a kiln is out of the question. Cerakote is used by some of the biggest names in the gun world including Ruger.

I have literally no experience in the use of coatings, as I’ve never had a need to change colors or add protection because of wear and tear.

But in case I have that need, readers are invited to weigh in on what they’ve used and the relative ease and consistency of application.

NRA Board Gives Wayne LaPierre 57% Pay Raise

BY Herschel Smith
1 day, 15 hours ago

Via WiscoDave, NY Post.

Wayne LaPierre, the embattled chief executive of the National Rifle Association, banked a 57 percent pay hike last year — amid the din of calls for him to retire, a report said.

The nonprofit group’s latest tax filings show LaPierre received a base salary of $1.3 million, plus a bonus of $455,000 and “other reportable compensation” of more than $427,000, The Washington Post reported Friday.

La­Pierre, 70, also received an additional $73,793 in “retirement and other deferred compensation” and “nontaxable benefits” from the NRA and related entities, according to the filings.

That’s why y’all keep begging for more money, isn’t it Wayne?

Hey, I have a suggestion.  I’ll do the job better, and for 1/3 of the pay.  What do you say?

Several Colorado Sheriffs Say They Won’t Enforce Red Flag Laws

BY Herschel Smith
1 day, 15 hours ago


Dozens of Colorado sheriffs are ready to defy the law, including Steve Reams of Weld County, which is now a “Second Amendment sanctuary.” He says his first responsibility is to the U.S. Constitution. “There are portions of the law I just flat out can’t and won’t do,” he told Pelley.  “I’ll support the U.S. Constitution, the Constitution of the state of Colorado and then, I’ll enforce the laws of the state of Colorado. When those things are in conflict you know you have to decide which one you are going to adhere to,” Reams said.

“When those things are in conflict.”  It sounds as if he understands the true nature of this, his mind is made up, and he’s a patriot.  Let’s see.

Reams acknowledges he could go to jail for defying the law, but if it comes to that he says he would file a lawsuit, “We’ll determine at that point if this Red Flag law is constitutional.”

Not so much, eh?  That’s the trouble with sanctuary cities or counties, state preemption of federal laws, or LEOs who say they won’t enforce unconstitutional laws.  Fulfilling that commitment is a test of character.

State preemption of the FedGov means arresting FedGov agents who attempt to enforce unconstitutional laws, not just refusing to enforce them yourself.  Sanctuary cites and counties must see this as more than a badge, statement protest.

This Sheriff wants to do the right thing, only as long as a black-robed tyrant tells him it’s okay.  His character is only good so far, and then he has to feed his family and stay out of prison.

And thus unconstitutional edicts win.  The way they always have, with tyrants who bully lieutenant tyrants into doing their will.

People Killed By Police In Their Own Homes

BY Herschel Smith
1 day, 15 hours ago

Yahoo News.

Since 2011, at least 25 people across the country have been killed or severely wounded in 24 incidents occurring in their homes, in most cases by law enforcement officers who wind up at the victims’ homes for welfare checks, burglar alarms, open doors, by mistake or for 911 calls from citizens truly in need of help, a review by ABC News shows.

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— The shooting of Walker Sigler, 36, who was severely wounded by two Lynchburg, Virginia, police officers who stopped at his home at 1:15 a.m. on Feb. 17, 2018, after noticing the front door cracked open, according to a police report. In the body-camera video, the officers are heard identifying themselves as police, but no one immediately came to the door. The unarmed Sigler’s femur was shattered by a bullet when he was startled awake and tried to shut the door after seeing the muzzle of one of the officer’s guns, according to police. The two officers involved in the shooting pleaded no contest in March to misdemeanor charges of reckless handling of a firearm. Sigler has filed a $12 million federal lawsuit accusing them of “gross negligence.” The case is pending.

— The shooting of Elbert Taboada, 34, in his Crestview, Florida, home by an officer responding to an open-door call at 2:30 a.m. on April 21, 2018. Taboada, a former Army Green Beret with a concealed carry permit, suffered a bullet wound to the leg when he emerged from his bedroom holding a gun, authorities said. The officer who shot Taboada, whose wife and young children were in the house at the time, was cleared of wrongdoing by the State Attorney’s Office for Okaloosa County. Taboada said he grabbed the gun after becoming alarmed by noises that he heard.

— The death of Mark Stephen Parkinson, 65, who was shot on Jan. 1, 2018, by a police officer who responded to his Rossville, Georgia, home at 3:15 a.m. to investigate a report made by his daughter’s mother-in-law that she was threatening to harm her children, police said. The complaint against Parkinson’s daughter, who was living with her parents while going through a divorce, was later deemed false, police said. Parkinson, a retired member of the Navy, was shot through his kitchen window by an officer on his porch who saw him holding a gun, police said. A Walker County grand jury cleared the officer of wrongdoing. Parkinson’s wife told ABC affiliate WTVC that he grabbed the gun to go check out the noise he heard.

The most likely outcome of encounters like this is that the family is inflicted with funeral and other bills and the trauma of a death in the family, with the LEO going back to work after an IA investigation clears him or her.

As I’ve said, you are never in more danger than when cops are around, and they always have the “thin blue line” and the judicial system to back them up.  Stay as far as you can from them.

West Virginia Delegate Seeks To Hold No-Gun Zones Legally Liable For Shooting Injuries

BY Herschel Smith
1 day, 15 hours ago


BECKLEY, W.Va. (WVVA) In the wake of several mass shootings across the U.S., several major retailers have started asking and, in some cases, requiring that customers keep firearms out of their stores.

But do these new policies go far enough to protect the public?

According to W.Va. Del. Brandon Steele, (R) 29th, legislation is needed to hold no-gun zones accountable in the event of a tragedy.

“If you’ve taken away that person’s ability to protect themselves, then it’s incumbent on you to protect them,” explained Del. Steele who is seeking a revision in state code.

While all Americans have the right to bare (sic) arms, Del. Steele said there are key exemptions in the state code that allow for no gun zones. Some examples include school and some businesses.

“You never know what’s going to happen. It’s been proven over and over, most of these shootings occur in no gun zones,” said Tom Acosta in Beckley.

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“Look at the shooting in Florida where the officer didn’t go in, the government needs to be liable there. They were supposed to protect the kids,” said Del. Steele. “We’re not saying there should be no gun-free zones, what we’re saying is if you create one, it’s your duty to protect the people inside.”

It would make businesses think more than once about posting “No Firearms” signs on the door, yes?

It probably stands a small chance of passing.

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