Second Amendment to the U.S. Bill of RightsA well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
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I’m a huge fan of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. I’ve been watching since the original pilot debuted on FX (Charlie has cancer). I have every single season on DVD. I think it is one of the best shows on … Continue reading
I simply didn’t have the time to wait to speak at tonight’s local town council meeting regarding Templar Sports. Last night’s meeting lasted until midnight and not everyone was even able to speak. I have to say it was fairly … Continue reading
For the last few months I’ve been developing a new long term storage cache. The idea began as a result of a lack of quality long term storage solutions for survivalists, gun collectors, preppers, outdoor enthusiasts, paranoid conspiracy theorists, hoarders, … Continue reading
Sporting goods store moves into small town. Some idiots complain that guns will be sold there. Then Doug Hamilton says this great line: Next time someone initiates a reasonable discussion about a licensed private business legally selling heavily regulated inanimate … Continue reading
Thordsen Customs has released the FRS-15, essentially a refined version of currently available California-style stocks (it most closely resembles the California Rifles U15 stock) that eliminate the pistol grip (as defined by California law). I’ll admit that these alternatives to … Continue reading
U. S. Machine Gun Armory is selling a CA-legal M249 semi-auto clone. The website doesn’t state explicitly, but I assume the only modification to the gun is to remove the pistol grip (and install a muzzle brake) to comply with … Continue reading
Franklin Armory is at it again. They have released a 12 gauge slide conversion for Beretta 92 style pistols. It’s really ugly. But like many other products out on the market lately, I find myself wanting it only because I … Continue reading
Interesting to see when this video was made- 2008. This must have been the first media push to scare the public about the evil bullet button. The second CBS story inspired some self-righteous asshole of a local politician to try … Continue reading
Calguns has a press release regarding the Nordyke v. King case, and it looks as though Alameda county has conceded!