North American Arms Commits Suicide

BY Herschel Smith
1 month, 2 weeks ago

Mom-at-Arms has the news.  Gun Feed also covers.  North American Arms decided that they don’t care about you or your beliefs.

“I don’t believe the vaccines are safe”.  How much data, gathered over what period of time, will it take to put this false narrative to bed?

“I don’t believe the vaccines are effective”.  While there have been some, few instances of people contracting COVID after having been vaccinated, the effects they suffer are, almost without exception, an order of magnitude less severe than they would have been otherwise.

“I have already contracted the disease and so I already have some level of immunity and see no benefit from vaccination”.  Right on the first count, wrong on the second; you can be certain that your immunity will only be bolstered with a vaccination.

“I am afraid of suffering side effects from the vaccination”.   While some have reported this to be the case, there are stunningly few and the effects are modest/weak and very short-lived.

“My circumstance puts me at a heightened risk from being vaccinated”.  I don’t know what circumstance that is; it most certainly does not apply to those attempting to become pregnant, for example.

“I have a history of adverse allergic reactions”.  Maybe.  That alone has a taint of legitimacy.

“I claim a religious exemption”.  For the life of me, I can’t understand the basis of such a thing.  What religion would advocate against something that will protect your life and that of others?  Certainly none that I’ve ever heard of.  Go ask the Pope.

“I can’t afford it”.  Bullshit; it’s free.

“I don’t know where to find it”.  Are you living under a rock?

“I’m a freedom-loving American and I simply don’t want to”.  Ahhh, here we go.  This is far and away the most frequent – and lamest – excuse.  Even Donald Trump, the poster-child for the selfish exercise of frequently nonsensical individual freedoms (“I’m not wearing a mask because I don’t want to”.) has been vaccinated and has encouraged other people to do so as well (NB he’s also previously contracted the disease, above).  As a member of a society, you have an obligation not to threaten the health and well-being of others, particularly when doing so comes at no risk or expense to you.

I’ll admit I enjoy no small measure of schadenfreude reading stories of those stubborn people who find themselves stricken and on death’s door, suffering from their earlier foolish decision not to get vaccinated.  I look at it almost as a Darwinian effect, helping cleanse our gene pool.  Excuse my lack of sympathy.  Too bad.  Completely avoidable.  Didn’t have to happen.

I will ask the pope nothing at all.  He’s an unbeliever and godless communist and has an adviser who is a Gaia worshiper and atheist.  Besides, I’ve written on this subject and if the author of this stupid and ill-informed missive took the time he could have studied the issue as well.

When a writer gets to the point that he’s telling people (he doesn’t even know) that he doesn’t care if they live or die, something has gone badly wrong.  It’s time to take a long break and stop writing.  Something is deeply disturbed and wrong in the soul.

He also doesn’t seem to be very well aware of the real data on adverse reactions (see also here, and here, and here).  It doesn’t really matter.  He’s just aping the crap he hears on CNN.

Either way, he’s jettisoned his following, defenestrated them, thrown them out the window.  He doesn’t care any more for whatever reason.  He tried to apologize, but it fails.

Good job, dummy.  You just destroyed your business.  Go find another job now.

I’ll file this one under gun control.


  1. On October 15, 2021 at 10:29 pm, George 1 said:

    What an imbecile. He is wrong on every single point. He will eventually be one who is removed from the gene pool, if his children are vaxed as well. I am sorry but if you are pro vax at this point you are just incapable of independent thought.

    A good example of someone blindly following the government script, right off the cliff.

  2. On October 15, 2021 at 11:53 pm, Jimmy the Saint said:

    Companies are just backing what they see as the strong horse. I don’t agree with them, but there is a logic to it. It might be different if there was real organized resistance to this stuff, but there isn’t.

  3. On October 16, 2021 at 3:39 am, Rick said:

    I commented on his post. I was very clear what I thought of his original post and his ‘apology’. Unlike him, I attacked his position, not the person.

    I have to wonder who’s water he is carrying and how much he has been or is being paid to willfully subject the company to the consequence of his ill-conceived position. It is insufficient to say, ‘I am willing that the company take a financial hit, possibly putting my employees at risk of losing employment or seeing a reduction in hours because my personal beliefs mean that much to me.’, it is illogical.

  4. On October 16, 2021 at 3:53 am, Rick said:

    To address Jimmy decrying a lack of organization, I say become the locus of such resistance.

    To that end, yes indeed, minds can be changed. I know this because several times I have got others to swap positions. The latest example was while grocery shopping, a middle-aged woman at first, then two young men who joined her, were deriding me for not wearing a mask thereby putting them at risk. So they said. I explained just a few facts which are widely known but not accepted by ‘their side’. Then I questioned their hesitancy of accepting established fact. I knew their position was simply emotion-driven. I didn’t brow beat but I did focus repeatedly on the emotion behind their reluctance.

    Usually you only plant that seed. Yet this time all four (an older man joined to listen) acted on the spot; they cast furtive glances at each other, then one of the young men took off his mask. The other joined him, then the woman and the older man. The two young men finished their shopping at the same time as me. In the parking lot they expressed great appreciation (I’m not kidding! It surprised me too.) that I spoke of what they kinda knew in their hearts. One said it was so great to be able to take a breath of fresh air. They did not act defiant as if ready to stand against any challenge. Rather, they showed joy and relief.

    It is not me to boast, I simply proffer myself as example.

  5. On October 16, 2021 at 7:15 am, Wes said:

    Choice requires no pontificating from anyone on either position. This owner is exhibiting something I’ve seen before and is often borne out of a deep fear & need to have their choice reinforced. The loudest social-evangelists are often the most insecure. It is generally a waste of energy to attempt to reason someone out of something they never reasoned themselves into in the first place.

  6. On October 16, 2021 at 9:06 am, Longbow said:

    I posted a reply to his apology. I said this… The note says “Please leave some thoughts before you go.” So… First, check the VAERS data. There are more deaths, injuries, and hospitalizations from this “vaccine” in less than two years, than for all other vaccines since 1988. The injuries and deaths from this poison are just beginning. Over the next three to five years you will have your mind changed, if you survive. LOOK! Second, if you find yourself saying something like, “Everybody in this room is stupid, except for me!”, you really should take a long hard look at yourself. The problem ain’t everybody else in the room. Third, take a lesson from Dan Cooper of Cooper Firearms here in Montana. A few years back (2008) it was disclosed that he had been donating to the Obama Campaign. The Board of Directors of Cooper Firearms removed him from the board and leadership of the company he founded. He was too convinced of his own infallibility to see his error. In his mind, everybody else in the room was stupider than him.

  7. On October 16, 2021 at 9:12 am, Done. said:

    It appears they’ve already scrubbed the page.
    “Oops! That page can’t be found.”

  8. On October 16, 2021 at 11:41 am, Chris Mallory said:

    Honestly, I haven’t seen a new NAA revolver for sale locally in 18 months. The LGS used to have a countertop rotating display case filled with the little things. It hasn’t been seen since the early days of the chinaflu hysteria.

  9. On October 16, 2021 at 12:22 pm, MTHead said:

    A gun manufacturer that doesn’t believe in individual freedom? Or honest and open discourse and debate? No thanks.
    How ’bout they just let us buy, “horse paste” over the counter. And shut-up? The whole thing would have ended last year.
    It worked good in India.

  10. On October 16, 2021 at 4:37 pm, Miles said:

    Herschel; he didn’t merely say he didn’t care if people live or die, he said:

    “I’ll admit I enjoy no small measure of schadenfreude reading stories of those stubborn people who find themselves stricken and on death’s door,….”

    He’s saying he ‘enjoys’ people getting sick and dying because they disagree with his choice.

    Schadenfreude (/ˈʃɑːdənfrɔɪdə/; German: [ˈʃaːdn̩ˌfʁɔʏ̯də] lit. ‘harm-joy’) is the experience of pleasure, joy, or self-satisfaction that comes from learning of or witnessing the troubles, failures, or humiliation of another.

    I’m not Bhuddist, nor Hindu, but I have seen what is very close to Karma, and she is a stone cold B.

  11. On October 16, 2021 at 5:40 pm, Mike Austin said:

    “I will ask the pope nothing at all. He’s an unbeliever and godless communist and has an adviser who is a Gaia worshiper and atheist.” Yep.

    ‘Francis’ is no pope; he in an anti-pope. The Catholic Church has had several of these heretics. Benedict XVI is the pope. I say these things as a cradle Catholic and lover of the Latin Mass.

    The US has a fake president. The Catholic Church has a fake pope.

  12. On October 16, 2021 at 5:43 pm, Fred said:

    Sowing and reaping is the proper term.
    “Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.” Galatians 6:7
    You reap what you sow. There is no unknown mysterious karma to the universe. God is real and you can know Him through His Son Jesus Christ.

    The Pope!?!? Hahaha. Romanism denies the dirty of Christ. It’s a cult.

  13. On October 16, 2021 at 5:44 pm, Fred said:


    Never talk about God from stupid cell phone.

  14. On October 16, 2021 at 7:59 pm, Sisu said:

    NAA product were always a “cool” novelty.

    Over too many years I have seen only two articles that mention use in self-defense or crime. …

    I wanted a Ranger when they first came out; the local FFL (close to PD in major NY metro area; near a coliseum) ordered it and then lied that: “You did not answer my voice message.” …

    Then I thought the “Sidewinder” would be “cool” – but held it and thought: “Not practical in any utilitarian way.” … Still would have like to have the Range II. … But, now “FugK ’em”.

    Let sandy try to sell his product at cost for a few years. … Who knows maybe like Boberg his wife has him by the “curlies”; or he’s just losing his inhibitions.

  15. On October 16, 2021 at 8:53 pm, BRVTVS said:

    They scrubbed the page and posted this half-assed apology-not-apology in its place:

  16. On October 17, 2021 at 7:56 am, June J said:

    That vaxx seems to have affected Sandy’s mental health…perhaps he also supports common sense red flag laws that would allow his firearms to be taken away too. (sarcasm)

    Sandy, the same government that has produced the not safe, not effective vaccines is also the one that hates your business and wants to shut you down.

  17. On October 17, 2021 at 3:25 pm, Fred said:

    That’s not an apology. He doubled down. That NOT apology is what’s endemic with America. He apologized for the language but not the substance. Welcome to the world of totally FAKE Christianity. That not apology is the perfect representation of America today; running on the fumes of her prior righteousness in Christ.

    “Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: from such turn away.” 2 Timothy 3:5

    If he had godliness he would at least respect the idea of a religious exemption as being legitimate. But, he’s recanted only the foul language to keep up the very meagerly form of a righteousness.

    I was going to buy one of those little pocket revolvers. I’ve had one in mind for some time now. I even scoped some out at a good price and know right where to pick one up.

    I think Christians should stop doing business altogether with people like NAA.

  18. On October 17, 2021 at 4:57 pm, X said:

    NAA? Aren’t they the idiots who make that stupid .22 Mag derringer? F–k them, I would never waste my money on such a worthless POS. If you’re facing an armed criminal and that’s all you have, you’re as good as dead. I’ll bet $500 that you can’t find anyone who actually defended his life with one of those useless things.

  19. On October 17, 2021 at 8:13 pm, Echo Hotel said:

    I left a comment over there and of course he did not have the balls to post it. It’s not like I politely told him to suck start one of his pos revolvers. Oh wait, that is exactly what I did.

  20. On October 17, 2021 at 9:58 pm, Paul B said:

    Was thinking one of the Naa models would be a good addition. Not any more. You piss in your Wheaties I will not try them.

  21. On October 18, 2021 at 7:25 am, Don Curton said:

    Not really related, but I remember watching an episode of “Cops!” or some similar show. They had busted some criminal and found a NAA mini-revolver on him. And not a single cop knew how to unload it! Seriously. They had 2 or 3 cops holding it, passing it around, talking about how they’ve never seen anything like it before. After each tried and couldn’t unload it, several more cops showed up and fiddled with it. They finally put it in the evidence bag fully loaded. Then talked about how dangerous a gun like that was on the streets.

    I have one, and I like the mechanical marvel of making a functioning firearm that small, even if it is impractical for almost any self-defense situation (although slightly more useful than a rape whistle). Won’t be buying a second as it’s basically a novelty toy.

    The world is full of idiots. I guess this guy is just one more.

  22. On October 18, 2021 at 8:59 pm, Delta Mike said:

    Mister X,
    I have owned several NAA revolvers, can tell you that you have never handled one. Personally killed a coyote with my .22 mag mini-revolver, and on an episode of Swamp People (camera fun but what the heck) Bruce “The Alligator Man” Mitchell popped a gator in the head with the one he always carries in his bib pockets.

    I’m with the other posters here, the politics of a gun company should be liberty. If NAA doesn’t support Liberty from the top down, then I am glad I sold mine and won’t be replacing them.

    Main thing for you to know as a non-owner, is that your feelings or opinion about their product are grossly misplaced; it is not “stupid” or “worthless POS”, NAA mini-revolvers are very well made and reliable. Damn shame that the big boss is the stupid one.

    Delta Mike

  23. On October 18, 2021 at 9:06 pm, Delta Mike said:

    Should have looked for this first X.

    I’ll take my $500 wager win in physical silver, thanks.

    Delta Mike

  24. On October 19, 2021 at 5:52 pm, Big Country said:

    Left this gem here, and going to expand off of yours Hers (if’n you don’t mind)

    “EVERYTHING is politics now
    You’re just upset you metaphorically ‘shot yourself in the head’
    Personal Freedom is just that
    OUR bodies OUR choice.
    To buy, or not to buy, there ain’t no question;
    North American Arms is dead to me and my deplorable, un-NottaVaxxed, gun purchasing audience.
    Buh Bye
    Don’t let the door hit ya where it split ya”
    and I left the following Tagline:
    “Big Country Expat (an Eeeeevil Ignint AntiVaxx Whyttepeepo Superpreemiecyst Nahtzi Blogger in your book)”
    No idea if it’ mean shytte, but man, FTG BC FTG… DIAF.

    Thanks for the blegg-ammo for the A.M. BTW!!!! Mazletov!

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