Monthly Archives: April 2009

BROWSING WIKIPEDIA, SELECTIVITY IN ACTION

Digging for some supplemental data for my digital project, I came across the Wiki on the “John F. Kennedy Assassination Rifle” today. From what I know there are some curious omissions. Or perhaps the facts in that story were “just” … Continue reading

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EVAC

I have been asked to bring some comments on emergency preparedness over here. There are other web pages, and blogs, that have much more information from specialists. When it comes to emergency preparedness, I am a generalist, so let me … Continue reading

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ANOTHER TREATY MENACE

I see Obama has promised to push the “INTER-AMERICAN CONVENTION AGAINST THE ILLICIT MANUFACTURING OF AND TRAFFICKING IN FIREARMS, AMMUNITION, EXPLOSIVES, AND OTHER RELATED MATERIALS” through Congress. This treaty is some more never ratified refuse from the Clinton regime. From … Continue reading

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HANDLOADING

I actually do as much shooting as talking about shooting, and I will post about it from time to time. As soon as I can collect some current bragging targets and persuade this confuser to accept an image file! But … Continue reading

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HOW MUCH IS A GUN WORTH?

Well, that depends on the gun and the circumstances. On the legitimate market, the nicely smithed 1911 riding my hip today would go for close to two grand through my favorite FFL. Few shopping the used counter appreciate the finer … Continue reading

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THE ATF NEVER ADMITS AN ERROR

A few years ago I had a reason to turn left where U.S Highway 264 branches off U.S 64 just west of Manteo, North Carolina. 264 runs though miles and miles of miles of pine flats, with only an occasional … Continue reading

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A STUDY IN GUN CONTROL, NEW JERSEY

As one of the first three states to respond to the entertainment industry response to studies linking TV violence to societal violence, the Garden State makes an interesting case study. 1966 was a calm, and rather typical year for New … Continue reading

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SANITY AND GUN CONTROLS

If you start at the bottom up, the first March 2009 entry, on this blog you will see that I believe those favoring any sort of general “gun control” are no more and no less than pro-crime activists. Consider the … Continue reading

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MEXICAN GUNS

A few days ago William Hoover, assistant director for field operations at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives, told the House of Representatives that “there is more than enough evidence to indicate that over 90 percent of the … Continue reading

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