Boar Down!

Herschel Smith · 30 Oct 2022 · 9 Comments

Readers may have noticed I was absent the last several days.  It was a good time away.  A very good buddy and neighbor of mine, Robert, and I went hunting courtesy of the fine folks with Williams Hunting in South Carolina. I was shooting a 6mm ARC rifle with a Grendel Hunter upper, Aero Precision lower, Amend2 magazines, Brownells scope mount, Radian Raptor charging handle, Nikon Black scope, and a Viking Tactics sling.  I have no complaints about the gun.  It's at least a 1 MOA gun…… [read more]

What Are Your “Dream Guns?” Pick Any Three And Tell Us About Them

BY Herschel Smith
4 months, 1 week ago

I don’t think they do a very good job with this video on the Langdon Tactical Beretta 92.  They make no distinction between the factory slide and the Langdon Tactical custom pistol job where they modify the internals of the gun to make it accept a lower profile slide without interfering with the action.  With the former, they simply mill a slide cut.  With the later, they allow optics to co-witness with the sights because of modifications to the gun.  This video does a decent job of explaining it.  This is something Shooting Illustrated could have done as well.  Begin at about the 11:00 mark.

So this is a good segue to a question that would undoubtedly have some interest for readers.  I know it would for me.

If you had a chance to list any three firearms, your “dream guns,” what would they be?  Here are the rules: [1] Be specific, and [2] they must be firearms you don’t currently have.  List what you would like to have.  If your dream gun is a .50 caliber M2, say so.

I’ll begin.  I don’t own any of these firearms.

I’d like this Langdon Tactical custom job on the Beretta 92.  It’s more expensive than the optics cut on the factory Beretta 92, and by the time an RMR is put on top, including transfer fee, taxes and shipping, the total would approach $3000.  I want the FDE Cerekote.

Next, I’ve been quite disappointed in how quickly Marlin (Ruger) has made new lever action rifles available to the community, especially at reasonable prices.  Currently, the 45-70 is the only model in production.  I was told by an FFL just yesterday that two other models will come out before they even think about making the 30-30.

I’d like a Henry 30-30, but I confess I don’t like the synthetic furniture.  But I also don’t like the straight stock typical of so many of their guns – I’d rather have a pistol stock.  The 45-70 currently comes that way, both Henry and Marlin.

I’d like to send that Henry 30-30 to a fine furniture maker to replace the stock and forend with fancy walnut.  Then I’d like a custom gunsmith to work on the action to smooth it out and lighten the trigger.  I’m assuming that this would total the package out to $3000 – $4000 by the time a fine furniture maker gave me a fancy walnut stock and ensured that the fit was right.

Finally, I’d like to have a Bighorn Armory 454 Casull rifle with fancy walnut.  By the time this got finished, between the price of the gun and transfer fee, taxes, and shipping, the total would be about $4500.

Enough with the plastic and tactical guns.  I’d really like some heirloom firearms.  We’ve discussed that at length before.

Okay.  I lied.  I’ll give the fourth.  I’d like a Thompson submachine gun.  Readers know that I’m a .45 ACP devotee.  This would be the really expensive one.

Share your list.  Who knows.  Maybe dreams come true.

Muslims Flog Christians In Nigeria

BY Herschel Smith
4 months, 1 week ago

I have no idea how long this video will be available before Google takes it down.

While it may be one of the most difficult things on earth to find weapons when your family is going hungry, that’s what they need to do.  Jesus said it Himself.  Sell your robe and buy a sword.  When He said that, He was explicitly telling them to disobey the civil authorities.  Ownership of weapons of any sort was declared illegal by the Roman occupation.

The international community doesn’t care because they are Christians.  That answers one thing that came up in the video.  Next, they need to begin killing the enemy.  Scores of them.  If their government tries to prevent them from acquiring weapons and doing so, then the government is their enemy and they should shoot them too.

10 Ballistics Questions with Hornady

BY Herschel Smith
4 months, 1 week ago

This is a very good and informative interview.  By the way, this isn’t the first time I’ve heard this about the 300 Win Mag, freebore and “jump” with factory ammunition.

FBI manipulating domestic terror stats – whistleblowers

BY PGF
4 months, 1 week ago

If you can’t find any (Christian, White, Nationalist, Gun Owning, Heterosexual, Freedom Loving, Family Men) terrorists, then make some.

Agents are reportedly being pressured by their superiors to juice the data. The FBI is instructing its agents to reclassify cases as ‘domestic violent extremism’, Republican Representative Jim Jordan has claimed, citing agency whistleblowers. Jordan argued that the FBI may be inflating the statistics to satisfy the Biden administration’s crackdown on the supposed threat of homegrown terror.

This news should not be a shock. If you knew history, you would know this was coming.

“I Support The Second Amendment, And I Am A Liar”

BY Herschel Smith
4 months, 1 week ago

Source.

Republican Chris Jacobs (NY): “I strongly support the Second Amendment and the right to self-defense and have a record of doing so,” Jacobs said. “What I do not support is easy access to high-powered semiautomatic weapons and large capacity magazines that have time and time again resulted in mass casualty shootings.”

Frankly it’s incredible that anyone would say such a thing.  It’s like admitting that you don’t care anymore about lying to your constituency.  You’re willing to admit it, and be so brazen that you’re willing to tell the lie again and then admit that you’re a liar in front of everybody.

It’s like telling your wife you love her and you’ll be home right after meeting your girlfriend in the hotel down the road.  You’ll even bring flowers.

But some people are willing to sustain the abuse time and again.

I put him in the same category as an adulterer.

Economic “Collapse”

BY PGF
4 months, 1 week ago

We told you here at TCJ 4 months ago that potential economic trouble was brewing, and confirmed a coming recession three months ago.

One day the US economy will collapse. When you print money to infinity, that’s precisely what happens. The predictions have been wrong so far, except for ’39. Of course, when your personal economy collapses, the rest doesn’t matter. Layoffs and firings during inflation are a feedback loop of economic trouble.

Three reads about the recession, maybe collapse.

Armstrong Economics is worth checking periodically when turmoil starts to appear. First, Argentina, which seemingly collapses twice a decade but, this is on the heels of the recent Sri Lanka collapse. One day, perhaps soon, this is our future.

Argentina’s economy has collapsed. Around 57% of adults in the nation are currently unemployed. The Socialist nation has programs in place to compensate, costing the country around $6 million daily. However, socialism no longer works when you run out of other people’s money. July’s inflation report showed an uptick over 60%.

Next 14 signs the US is about to crash.

It looks like we are going to get official confirmation that a recession has already begun when the GDP number for the second quarter comes out later this week. [Fox News has confirmed]  But that isn’t what we should be focusing on.  Yes, things weren’t great during the first half of 2022, but they are going to be significantly worse during the second half.  Small businesses are starting to fail all over the country, a housing crash of potentially epic proportions has started, layoffs are on the rise from coast to coast and economic activity is really slowing down all around us.  So if you think that things are bad now, just wait, because they will soon be a whole lot more painful.

In recent days we have gotten more new numbers which seem to confirm that a major economic slowdown is upon us.  The following are 14 signs that the U.S. economy is poised to crash really hard during the second half of 2022…

And, The Federalist figures it’ll be worse than you think, which is funny because, although you can’t be entirely prepared for such a thing, anybody paying attention has been waiting for The Big Collapse for years, if not decades.

Some experts believe that recent interest rate hikes will translate into a modest decline in growth, but such claims lack evidential support.

Hold your loved ones close, spend time with them now, tell them you love them, and look heavenward to the author and finisher of our faith, Christ Jesus. God will get His glory.

Pandemic, Famine, War | Michael Yon and Dr Jordan B Peterson

BY Herschel Smith
4 months, 1 week ago

AWB Passes House, Likely Doomed In Senate

BY Herschel Smith
4 months, 1 week ago

The communists’ favorite thing, a new AWB, passed the House.  It did so with the support of two republicans.

It’s likely doomed in the Senate.

But in the 50-50 evenly-split Senate, the bill is unlikely to pass despite a political breakthrough last month in bringing the bill forward. In that chamber, it would require support from at least 10 Republicans. Nor is it certain that all 50 Democrat senators are on board.

I’m certain that Ted Cruz and Jim Jordan would filibuster the bill, perhaps with the help of others (I’d like to think Rand Paul would help, but he’s just weird enough that no one can predict what he’ll do on any given thing).

Anyway, the Senate needs 60 votes for this, so this is probably just showmanship and blustering.

At least two republican congress-critters showed themselves as needing to be thrown out.

Red states are building a nation within a nation

BY Herschel Smith
4 months, 1 week ago

CNN.

It was a revealing sign of the times when the Supreme Court last week, in response to a lawsuit from the Republican state attorneys general in Texas and Louisiana, blocked President Joe Biden’s administration from changing a key element of federal immigration policy.

The case was just the latest example of how red states, supported by Republican-appointed judges, are engaging in a multi-front offensive to seize control of national policy even while Democrats hold the White House and nominally control both the House and Senate. The red states are moving social policy sharply to the right within their borders on issues from abortion to LGBTQ rights and classroom censorship, while simultaneously working to hobble the ability of either the federal government or their own largest metro areas to set a different course.

Right out of the gate, the author makes the same mistake all progressives make.  Since they are mostly comprised of flunkies and lackeys who await instructions from their “leaders” on what to believe, what to say and what to do, they assume the entire world behaves that way.

The problem the author never points to because of his bias is the root of the issue.  More on that momentarily.

To a degree unimaginable even a decade ago, this broad offensive increasingly looks like an effort to define a nation within a nation — one operating with a set of rules and policies that diverge from the rest of America more than in almost any previous era.”

The only time I can recall in American history even remotely like this [divergence] was after the Civil War when the separate but equal doctrine began to emerge” across the South as a backlash against the attempts of the 13th, 14th and 15th Constitutional amendments to ensure equality for the freed slaves, says Donald Kettl, the former dean of the public policy school at the University of Maryland and author of the book, “The Divided States of America.” He added, “It’s a multifront war with very sharp swords.”

The elements of the red state offensive include a flurry of lawsuits seeking to block actions from Biden’s administration on issues from the environment to civil rights to immigration; other lawsuits, such as the case around a Mississippi law that prompted the Supreme Court to overturn the right to abortion, aimed at providing states more leeway to deviate from previously nationally guaranteed rights; a flurry of red state laws that advance the cultural priorities of the GOP’s predominantly White Christian electoral base; and a steady flow of red state statutes blocking Democratic-leaning large cities and counties from setting their own policies on everything from police budgets to recycling.

The willingness of so many red states to adopt these common approaches testifies in part to the energetic organizing efforts of many conservative groups, from Heritage Action and the American Legislative Exchange Council to the Republican Attorneys General Association. But even more profoundly, the alignment of so many red states behind this shared agenda and strategy underscores how many of them are being shaped by a common set of economic and demographic trends.

You see, by finding no right mentioned in the constitution to abortion, the Supreme Court is denying “civil rights,” while failing to mention the one most significant right discussion, that of the RKBA which underlies all of the others.

And don’t fail to note that the author mentions formalized groups such as the AG association.  He fails to understand that these AGs are elected and are doing the bidding of their constituency.  In other words, this is as grass roots a movement as any in the history of the country.  The people are deciding to seek distance from FedGov.  The author doesn’t like it, but cannot seem to understand the root cause.

On everything from gun ownership and religious affiliation to reliance on fossil fuels and participation (or not) in the 21st century information economy, most red states are following similar tracks, while diverging more sharply from the experience in blue states. Broadly speaking, blue states are more heavily exposed to the big demographic, cultural and economic forces reshaping American life, while red states are less exposed, and to the extent they are, those changes are centered overwhelmingly on their large metropolitan areas, which are trending Democratic and often — like in Austin or Atlanta — are a target for the Republicans controlling state government.

“It’s not at the level of Jim Crow, or certainly the difference between slave states and free states, but the differences are major,” says Jake Grumbach, a University of Washington political scientist who studies divergence among the states. And like Kettl, Grumbach believes the economic and political differences between the red and blue states are on track to only widen.

Once again, those concerned for sovereign borders and the RKBA are compared to Jim Crow.  In other words, they are racists.

Yet the real threat in the red state effort to set their own course may be less an advantage for one side or another than a challenge to the nation’s underlying cohesion. As red states grow more aggressive about going their own way, while working to preempt challenges from above (the federal government) or below (blue local governments), they are testing how much divergence the nation’s fundamental cohesion can take before it begins to unravel.

You have a very dangerous situation,” said David Leopold, a former president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and legal adviser to the immigration advocacy group America’s Voice. “This is a direct threat to the nation as a unified entity. This is one step closer to the country dividing into two separate countries.”

It isn’t the progressives pushing open borders, spending money we don’t have, engaging in globalism, pushing worldwide wars, pushing fake pandemics, and pressing for abortion on demand, who are “testing how much divergence the nation’s fundamental cohesion can take before it begins to unravel.”  In their world and life view, it’s anyone who doesn’t share their goals and seeks others.  You see, it’s your fault, not theirs.

And finally, note that the author and his “experts,” while laudably noting that there are massive problems afoot, still miss the boat on the magnitude of them.  They see the current events as a precursor to the beginning of the unraveling.

Here’s a news flash for them.  The great unraveling began long, long ago, and is proceeding apace today.  It has just become so obvious now that they cannot ignore it.

Yes, the country may divide into two separate countries if the opposing forces seek a peaceful divorce.  That would be best for all parties.  Without that, their worst fears will obtain.

My money is on the fact that they don’t even having an inkling of what that would look like.  That doesn’t bode well.

Mississippi School Board Allows Teacher Carry

BY PGF
4 months, 1 week ago

How did a state school board come to wield enough power to deny a fundamental right?

The Mississippi Board of Education is giving the green light to public schools to craft their own policies regarding properly licensed concealed carry.

Mississippi has an “enhanced carry permit” that gives permission to carry in areas normally off-limits, including schools, but since 1990 the education board has had an internal policy prohibiting anyone outside of law enforcement from carrying at a public school. However, late last week the board determined that policy is in conflict with 2011’s state law on enhanced carry permits, opening the door for different schools to have different policies.

[…]

In addition, Mississippi public schools have the ability to train employees to use guns using state funding. Senior vice president with Gun Owners of America Erich Pratt praised the idea of allowing teachers and other staff to conceal carry in school to protect students, noting the recent spate of mass shooter incidents.

The board has reviewed policy compliance with State Law and found a discrepancy. You would think that a school board would have heard of the constitution. This is an increment in the right direction, so we applaud it.

 


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