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Thursday, March 23, 2023

GWACS vs KE Arms Update: Approaching Endgame - Forgotten Weapons

Gun Parts Shop ABANDONED By the NRA! - Liberty Doll

Epic Hearing On ATF Brace Rule & Overreach Gets Heated - Copper Jacket TV

Fauci vs. Fauci: A Compilation of Lies! - Ben Swann

Fauci vs. Fauci: A Compilation of Lies! - powered by

New Evidence Just EXONERATED TRUMP, Soros DA Witch Hunt FAILS, Democrats Humiliated - Timcast IRL

Connecticut Sues Four Gun Parts Company -

 The state of Connecticut sued four gun parts companies claiming that these businesses shipped 80% AR-15 lower receivers to customers in the state.

Connecticut bans unsterilized receivers, which it calls “ghost guns.” Law enforcement authorities set up a sting operation, purchasing gun parts online through the companies’ websites to see if they would ship the parts into the state. The companies targeted by the operation include Indie Guns, Steel Fox Firearms, Hell Fire Armory, and AR Industries. It isn’t clear how many attempted buys state authorities tried and failed to do or the other companies that were targeted.

“Ghost guns are an untraceable menace that exists for one reason — to evade law enforcement and registration,” Connecticut Attorney General William Tong said in the suit. “They are a threat to public safety, and they are illegal in Connecticut.”

This lawsuit comes on the heels of similar lawsuits filed across the country. New York City filed one of the first suits targeting multiple gun parts companies. The city offered to settle with the companies if they turned over customer data to the city.

Although some companies, such as Indie Guns, refused the deal, others, like Rainer Arms, did turn over the customer data to the city. Other cities and states took note of the Big Apple’s success and followed its lead. Cities such as Buffalo and San Francisco have launched their own suits against many of the same companies as Connecticut.

Click the link to read the whole article:  Connecticut Sues Four Gun Parts Company

Uvalde Cops with AR15s Blame AR15s For 21 Murders, Not Cowardice ~ VIDEO -

 Law enforcement is dangerous. That’s why departments issue handguns, spare mags, Tasers, pepper spray, batons, shotguns, AR15 rifles and body armor, then spend millions of taxpayer dollars every year making sure their officers know how to use deadly force with some modicum of proficiency.

If you can’t accept the danger, do not apply.

Pinning on a badge once came with implied consent. It meant you were willing to risk your life to protect the lives of others, regardless of how the courts have ruled. Sadly, that is no longer the case, at least not in Uvalde, Texas.

More than 400 hundred law enforcement officers from multiple departments waited 77 minutes outside a classroom of Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, while an active shooter killed 19 children and two teachers inside. They allowed an 18-year-old madman to kill 21 people while they waited in a hallway outside the classroom, milling around, talking on their radios, and checking their cellphones.

Now, a report from the Texas Tribune and ProPublica shows how the officers involved in the worst active-shooter response in police history are attempting to shift the public’s focus away from their own cowardice. They didn’t make entry, they told investigators, because the suspect had an AR. In other words, instead of blaming themselves, they’re blaming a gun, even though police had hundreds of ARs on the scene.

Click the link to read the whole article:  Uvalde Cops with AR15s Blame AR15s

ATF Warn of Structuring After Defeat in District Court to Polymer80 -

 One day after Polymer80 won in court and started selling P80 kits with both jigs and frames for the first time since the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ (ATF) rule surrounding frames and receivers (Final Rule 2021R-05F), the ATF issued an open letter threatening to prosecute sellers of gun parts and tools if they “structure” transactions to avoid the regulation.

Structuring is a financial crime where a person or business structures deposits to avoid setting off red flags. After 9-11, when a person or a company deposit over $10,000, they must complete extra paperwork. The government runs additional checks to ensure they are not laundering money for a criminal enterprise or terrorist organization. Many people make smaller deposits over several days to avoid these extra checks. To discourage this, the government has made it a serious crime to structure transactions. Now the ATF is using the same standard for purchasing gun parts.

If Company A produces a blank frame and a jig and then sells the blank frame and directs the buyer to another site to buy the jig, the ATF seems to be saying that the company is structuring the transaction. This definition of “structuring” is a departure from any the government has ever used.

Click the link to read the whole article:  ATF Warn of Structuring

Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Small Arms Primer 174: German Astras - C&Rsenal

What really happened at Waco - Reason TV

Dem Lawmaker Offloaded Bank Bonds Worth Up To $1 Million In Weeks Before Banking Crisis - Forbes Breaking News

What If We Become a Type 1 Civilization? - Riddle

Joe Biden Now Wants To Limit Your Self-Defense Ammo Based On Recreational Justification - Colion Noir

The 3rd Atomic Bomb Attack: Why It Was Cancelled and What Happened Next - Dark Docs

Media Pushes Latest “Disinformation Industry” Fraud. Plus: Amy Wax & Norman Finkelstein on the Limits of Academic Freedom | SYSTEM UPDATE #59 - Glenn Greenwald

Diversity, Equity & Inclusion: DEI Training’s Unintended Consequences - John Stossel

Ezra Levant: ‘Fact-checkers’ race to refute meme showing steady sea level at Sydney Harbor - Rebel News

I got to watch the Premiere of this on YouTube - BAND-MAID / Sense (Official Live Video)