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Thursday, June 17, 2021

Are Pistol Sights Actually Useful For Self-Defense? - Lucky Gunner

Watch a Sniper Bullet Hook Shot - Dark Footage

The Dentist who Dropped His Drill and Extracted 98 Enemy Lives (with a Machine Gun) - Dark Docs

MAS 49/56 to 500yds: Practical Accuracy feat. Forgotten Weapons / Ian McCollum - 9 Hole Reviews

What Happened to the Missing Apollo Missions? - Vintage Space

Tim Pool Tells His Story Of EXTREME Corruption In Media, Journos Are Prevented From Telling Truth - Timcast IRL

You Made the Rules! - Paul Joseph Watson

Chinese Warlord Pistols: The Huge Shanxi .45 ACP Broomhandle

The NRA-ILA: Illinois Anti-Gun Bills Moving Quickly -

U.S.A. -( House Bill 562, to make it harder to obtain a FOID, and to place onerous restrictions on private transfers, has been assigned to the House Judiciary Committee. This bill could be heard at any time. House Bill 1092, to expand Illinois’ program of seizing firearms without due process, is back in the Senate for further consideration.

Please contact your state representative and ask them to OPPOSE HB 562.


Please contact your state senator and ask them to OPPOSE HB 1092.



Senate Amendment 1 to House Bill 562 changes the FOID review process by creating a partisan review board appointed by the governor and does not define or limit fees for FOIDs. This will make it more expensive and difficult for citizens to exercise a constitutional right. Senate Amendment 2 requires anyone who receives a firearm in a private transfer to provide a record of the transfer to a licensed firearm dealer within ten days. The dealer must keep the record for twenty years and may charge up to $25 for keeping it. The recipient of the firearm must be able to provide the name of the firearm dealer maintaining the record for that particular firearm upon demand by law enforcement. Failing to do so is a Class A misdemeanor on the first offense or a Class 4 felony for subsequent offenses.

House Amendment 1 to House Bill 1092 widens the definition of “family members” who can petition for an order that will cause an individual to have their constitutional right suspended, and their property seized. These “Firearm Restraining Orders” are issued following baseless accusations, and without a hearing or other opportunity for the respondent to be heard in court. This bill also expands the items to be seized, to include ammunition as well as firearm parts. This law attacking the right to due process should be repealed, not expanded.

A person subject to a suspension of a Constitutional right should be entitled to high evidentiary standards, an opportunity to be heard, and the right to face his or her accusers. Civil liberties advocates from across the political spectrum have expressed concerns about these “red flag” schemes and how the procedure may lead to abuses of the process, due to insufficient due process protections.

Again, please contact your state representative and state senator and ask them to OPPOSE these bills.


Below the Radar – ATF Accountability Act of 2021 -

United States – -( The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (BATFE, also known as ATF) needs a lot of reforming, to put it mildly. To be honest, the best use for ATF agents would be to have them stationed around the jails in places like Baltimore, Chicago, and other locales to pick up the criminals all too many Soros-backed prosecutors are willing to put back out on the streets and use the appropriate provisions of 18 USC 922 and 18 USC 924 to put them away for a long time.

Unfortunately, that doesn’t happen. Instead BATFE bureaucrats are all too often making rulings that affect our rights with no accountability or oversight, save for the possibility of litigation, which can still be hit or miss – see the bump stock situation. Then there is what the Biden Administration wants to do to AR-15 pistols.

Representative Dan Crenshaw (R-TX), though, is working to fix that. HR 1961, also known as the ATF Accountability Act, establishes an administrative appeals process over ATF rulings. He is joined by Representative Henry Cuellar (D-TX) in pursuing this legislation. Cuellar is that rare House Democrat who has not turned on law-abiding gun owners, to the rage of Bloomberg’s stooges.

In a press release issued by his office, Crenshaw said, “This bill will bring ATF in line with most other federal regulatory agencies and create an appeals process so industry has more options to challenge rulings other than suing the federal government – which many businesses simply cannot do. This bill will help ensure that the ATF cannot unilaterally impose rulings that impede on Second Amendment liberties and hurt jobs within the firearms industry.”

The fact of the matter is that while it would be ideal to refocus ATF on prosecuting the misuse of firearms in violent crime and/or drug trafficking, that won’t happen under the Biden-Harris-Garland regime. This means that we will have to deal with this agency making rulings that primarily end up hassling law-abiding citizens for a while. The current situation is unacceptable, but what can be done about it?

The establishment of an appeals process – even one that relies heavily on administrative law – still represents a marginal improvement, and it is one worth pursuing, given the success that incrementalism has had over the last 30 years.

By no means is this a perfect solution but reining in ATF bureaucracy has to start somewhere.

Second Amendment supporters should contact their Senators and Representative to urge them to support HR 1961. They should also support NRA-ILA and NRA-PVF to ensure that the anti-Second Amendment extremists who control the House, Senate, and the White House are defeated at the ballot box in the 2022 and 2024 elections.


Underappreciated historical weapons: THE GUN-AXE - Shadiversity

Congratulations You’re Now A Felon - CRS Firearms

US Military Guns Go Missing! You Won't Believe Where They're Showing Up - God family and guns

Wednesday, June 16, 2021

War for Apachería 1 - Fighting With the Federal Government in the 1870's - Part 1 of 2 - InRangeTV

Why We Miss The True Saab - Visio Racer

I still miss my own 1986 Saab 900. I had what is called either the Combi-Coupe or the 3 Door Hatchback. Running premium gas I could get 40+ MPG on the highway. On standard 87 Octane though, I'd be lucky to get 31-35 mpg. Mine had the 5 speed manual with the standard "H" Engine, not the 16 valve or the Turbo. With it's Bosch Mechanical Fuel Injection, I could get it up to over 135 mph. And it handled like a dream.

The first British assault rifle? The FN Model 1949 AFN with firearms expert Jonathan Ferguson - Royal Armouries

The Secret Space Capsule Crashed on the Ocean Floor - Dark Space

The Super Bazooka - Dark Tech

Jon Stewart SHOCKS Colbert In Rant About 'Lab Leak' Being The Most REASONABLE Covid Explanation - Timcast IRL

Capitalism Myths: Part 1 - John Stossell

Biden Gets HUMILIATED By Putin, Video Catches Biden With Flash Cards As He Struggles In Meeting - Tim Pool

Why do hurricane lanterns look like that? - Technology Connections

How Does It Work: Clips! (Not Magazines) - Forgotten Weapons

CA Mayor Seeks to Mandate Insurance, ‘Violence’ Tax on ‘Law-Abiding’ Gun Owners -

U.S.A. – -( “Nearly two weeks after a gunman fatally shot nine coworkers at a San Jose light rail yard, the mayor of Northern California’s most populous city is proposing first-of-its-kind gun safety restrictions that would require gun owners in the city to obtain insurance and pay an annual fee to cover the cost of gun violence,” CNN “reports.”

I put “reports” in quotation marks because even though the story is presented as news, it’s really an advocacy piece, the first telltale sign being the editorial assertion that these latest infringements have anything to do with “gun safety.” To give the pretext of “balance,” several paragraphs down in the article CNN quoted Gun Owners of California executive director Sam Parades raising preemption objectives, noting California law supposedly precludes cities from enacting their own “gun control” edicts. He’s right, of course, but laws can be changed by Democrat majorities. Besides, Liccardo’s going after bigger fish, “the Supreme Law of the Land.”

“The Second Amendment protects the right of Americans to own guns but does not require that every other taxpayer pays for that right,” San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo misdirects. “Requiring gun users to pay fees will help fund critical emergency medical and police response and reduce our taxpayers’ burdens.”

“The reality is the public taxpayers are footing the bill for those that choose to own guns,” CNN anchor Ana Cabrera dutifully quotes the mayor via Twitter. “It’s appropriate that if gun owners believe in the importance of this right then they pay for the costs of the guns incur on the public.”

Click the link to read the whole article:  Mayor Seeks to Mandate Insurance on Gun Owners


Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Fox 26 Reporter Ivory Hecker Releases Tape of Bosses; Sounds Alarm on 'Corruption' & 'Censorship' - Project Veritas

Anvil 073: Range day 2019 during a tropical storm - C&Rsenal

ATF New Proposed Rule on Pistol Stabilizing Braces is Absolutely Ridiculous - Colion Noir

Prototype Johnson Model R Military Rifle

Leak Shows People Being Added to Prohibited List Without Due Process -

WASHINGTON, D.C.-( you be added to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) “Prohibited” list without being convicted of a crime? According to leaked documents received by AmmoLand News, the answer appears to be “yes.”

The document in question is called “Guidance for Requesting a Submission of the NICS Indices Unlawful User/Addicted of a Controlled Substance Files.” It lets law enforcement officials add suspects to the prohibited list even if the subject hasn’t been convicted of a drug charge. Most gun owners are not aware that they can lose their gun rights without a court convicting them of a drug crime. This expanded power brings up a concern that the ability to add a suspect to the NICS Indices violates a person’s right to due process.

The NICS Indices is a list of people prohibited by the FBI from purchasing a gun.

When a Federal Firearms License holder (FFL) runs a NICS background check on a gun buyer, the system runs the purchaser’s name against the NICS Indices. If the system comes back with a positive hit, the FBI’s system will deny the sale of the firearm. No other information is supplied to the FFL about the denial.

The form lets law enforcement add someone to the NICS Indices if the subject fails a drug test. The reporting officer doesn’t have to file charges against the person who fails the drug test. Many positive drug tests are false. In almost all cases, the person is not notified that the law enforcement agency has added them to the NICS Indices.

The form also allows Law Enforcement to add a suspect to the NICS Indices if they claim they have found the person in possession of drugs regardless of state law. That means that a police officer finds someone in possession of a drug legal in a state, the officer can fill out the form and have the person added to the NICS Indices. More and more states have legalized marijuana, but the drug remains illegal on the federal level. An officer could find a person with marijuana and let them go because they are prohibited by state law from arresting them. The officer still could report them to the FBI and have their firearms rights revoked.


Click the link to read the whole article:   Leak Shows People Being Added to Prohibited List

It's a Trap! 015: Melco Double Hand Trap - C&Rsenal

Gun Control Leads To Police Training WEAKNESSES, People DIE When Police Lack Proper Arms, Training - Timcast IRL

Gun Gripes #295: "The Fear of Guns" - Iraqveteran8888

Lockheed AC-130: The Angel of Death - Mega Projects

Chinese Influence OVERLAPS With Elite Interests, We Are Being SUBVERTED And It's Scary - Timcast IRL

NOW: The Complete Absurdity of ATF's Proposed Pistol Brace Rule to Ban Braced Pistols - Fuddbusters

When a 100-Year Old Fort Sank a Brand New German Flagship - Battle of the Drobak Sound - Dark Seas

When a Torpedo Got Stuck in the Side of a Submarine - Dark Footage