I found this on Facebook from one of my Foreign Friends. It’s a 12 gauge slug of an unusual design. It’s a Sabot type, but looks like it would be stable out of a smooth bore. The slug is aluminum but can be made of steel for greater penetration.
The issue of the BATFE letting guns go into Mexico is a huge problem and is now getting the attention that it deserves.
The BATFE needs to make some amends here. There is much to be accountable for. The BATFE has broken the faith and committed a massive violation of trust. I think the BATFE has outlived their usefulness. Gun Dealers have been villainized by these guys, and it turns out that they have committed the much greater sin.
I had to laugh…
One of the best tactical shotguns out there is also the most over looked. The tactical shotgun market has become very crowded as of late. Everyone that does shotguns is now doing Tactical versions… and this is a beautiful thing.
The downside to the crowded market is that most attention is only paid to the newest, latest and greatest. Which is fine… save for the old standby workhorses that get ignored too often.
Let’s have Congress set a budget, and any spending over that budget gets paid for by Congress out of their own pockets via Wage Garnishments. Just a thought.
I bet they could find ways to keep the spending in check then.
The movie “Knight and Day”: One of the more interesting selections of guns for a cheesy action comedy. The Tom Cruise character”Roy” is packing a SIG P250. The first time I’ve seen that gun in a movie. He’s got a light and laser combo on the gun, which is cool, but not something people normally back concealed. Especially when later he pulls out a Glock 19. I’m not sure if a SIG P250 is the ideal weapon for firing from the hood of a Lincoln… but I think the Glock would have been a better choice. Perhaps. I’m not sure. I’ve never had to engage threats while riding on the hood of a Lincoln.
There is a show I’ve been following on Hulu. I’m sure anyone reading MO has at least heard of it. I don’t normally go for this type of show… but I really dig SOA. The Club and their round about way of problem solving is interesting. The last episode I watched, one is reminded why these guys are an Outlaw Biker Gang… the murder of Agent June Stahl was a rather shocking conclusion to the character. Yet the story unfolded that this was an overall good thing. Something bad, done for a good reason.
The National Debt is now equal to the National Economy.
This news is more disappointing than it is surprising. We’ve seen this coming from a mile away. We’ve seen the spending like the proverbial “Drunken Sailor”. But this is an insult to Drunken Sailors. Congress is much worse, because I know several drunken sailors and when they get really hammered, they wake up the next morning with a new tattoo and an empty wallet, but their partying never put me and my family in debt. Sure, I did have to post bail once for one particular guy, but I got that money back… and I didn’t have to cover his bar tab.
You know that song from the “Bare Naked Ladies”? Fun group, even if they have no ladies in the band and thankfully the guys are not naked. The song is light hearted and fun, about what they would do if they had a million dollars.
My answer was always along the lines of “New truck and pay off the house” kind of stuff. Maybe a new gun. Boring stuff.
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We’ve got Mark Wills, Country Music Recording Artist and the hose of 3 Gun Nation…. he’s on the show tonight. He’s a very cool person.