Archive for the 'Shooting Sports' Category

Digital to Moleskine

Posted by 3wire on September 18th, 2010

I have been using Moleskine notebooks and journals for years and just recently started taping and gluing stuff to the pages. ( like Shoot-N-C dots) This is a cool idea. I wonder if Hathcock kept his dope in a Moleskine.

Disarming America

Posted by 3wire on April 5th, 2010

From: Warrior Times This from the Pittsburgh Post Gazette is an oldie but goody. I like to trot this one out from time to time when people ask me “why so much politics”,  “Why do you feel the need to post and re-post every little political blurb about guns and the Constitution“? There is even […]

Only a Small Fraction of Guns in Mexico Come From U.S.

Posted by 3wire on April 2nd, 2009

From: Fox While 90 percent of the guns traced to the U.S. actually originated in the United States, the percent traced to the U.S. is only about 17 percent of the total number of guns reaching Mexico. You’ve heard this shocking “fact” before — on TV and radio, in newspapers, on the Internet and from […]

Pro-gun Democrats oppose new assault weapon ban

Posted by 3wire on March 26th, 2009

This is a few days old now but this is the kind of proactive effort we need if we are going to be successful in defending the constitution.  We should all contact these 65 representatives and thank them for their leadership in putting principal above party. From: AP via Google By JIM ABRAMS – Mar […]

D.C. Resident Told Her Gun “Wrong Color”

Posted by 3wire on March 25th, 2009

From: SAF …three Washington, D.C. residents today filed a lawsuit challenging a regulation by District of Columbia city government that arbitrarily bans handguns based on a roster of “acceptable” handguns approved by the State of California. …Attorney Alan Gura, representing the plaintiffs in this case, noted that District bureaucrats “told Tracy Ambeau Hanson her gun […]

Obama Discriminating Against Gun Owners?

Posted by 3wire on November 18th, 2008

It didn’t take long did it? From: WND One of Obama’s 63 questions for applicants who wish to work for the federal government is: Do you or any members of your immediate family own a gun? If so, provide complete ownership and registration information. Has the registration ever lapsed? Please also describe how and by […]

Fumbled Gun; Drop it!

Posted by 3wire on September 11th, 2008

Great training tip. from Paul Markel     http://paulmarkel.com/

SCAR-L

Posted by 3wire on June 2nd, 2008

TomCat gets SCAR-L trigger time at the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA) live fire event.

A liberal’s lament: The NRA might be right after all

Posted by 3wire on October 4th, 2007

Here is a guy that doesn’t let his political point of view get in the way of his principles. My hat is off to you sir. From: A liberal’s lament: The NRA might be right after all By Jonathan Turley None of this is easy for someone raised to believe that the Second Amendment was […]

Commies Amongst Us

Posted by 3wire on June 26th, 2007

Apparently we aren’t the only ones who think Commies aren’t cool. This from Uncle Ted (Nugent) writing for the Waco Tribune on the Culture War, Paul McCartney firing a roadie for eating a hamburger, and the death tax. Good old Uncle Ted. One hears the words of Mao Tse-Tung come broiling out of the mouths […]

How to Disarm America

Posted by 3wire on April 30th, 2007

This is how it begins. “Reasonable” people like this former US Ambassador start to talk about “how” it could be done. If you don’t find this proposal chilling then you should be one of the first in line to have your RFID implanted. From:The Post-Gazette The disarmament process would begin after the initial three-month amnesty. […]

What is a Barrel Shroud?

Posted by 3wire on April 23rd, 2007

From: Tucker Carlson via You Tube Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy introduced legislation in February that would ban weapons with certain “features”. Tucker gets her to admit she doesn’t even understand the language of her own bill.

Canada sets sights on dismantling gun registry

Posted by 3wire on July 12th, 2006

From: The Seattle Times By Maggie Farley Los Angeles Times TORONTO — Police began kicking down doors before dawn on a chilly May morning while gang members in Toronto’s Jamestown neighborhood still slept. By lunchtime, officers had made 106 arrests, collected 33 guns and announced they had broken an international gun ring run by the […]

U.N. Gun Ban

Posted by 3wire on June 9th, 2006

From StopUNGunBan.Org “This 4th of July, while you and your family celebrate the 230th Anniversary of the founding of our great nation, there’s one party you won’t be invited to… …And that’s the party that Kofi Annan is throwing at United Nations headquarters in New York — using your tax dollars — for nearly fifty […]

NPR Has a Bias Problem

Posted by 3wire on May 18th, 2006

This email to NPR is from Brad Potter. “Here’s what I just wrote about a story NPR ran Tuesday. The transcript follows.” “On May 16th’s piece about firearm straw purchases, Kai introduces the story with the lead, “New York City’s Got a Gun Problem.” And you wonder why many listners accuse NPR of having a […]

CDC – Gun Control Has No Effect On Crime

Posted by 3wire on January 31st, 2006

From: William Campbell Douglass II, MD GUN CONTROL LAWS HAVE NO DISCERNABLE EFFECT ON CRIME. So says a master summary of more than 50 studies reviewing the hundreds, maybe thousands, of gun control laws enacted since the mid-1970s. Now before you go assuming that these findings were compiled by the National Rifle Association or some […]

Federal Judge Jack B. Weinstein Ignores Law

Posted by 3wire on December 11th, 2005

From the NRA On Wednesday, October 26, President George W. Bush signed into law the NRA-backed “Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act” (S. 397)–legislation to end politically motivated lawsuits designed to bankrupt law-abiding American firearm manufacturers and retailers. S. 397 passed both chambers of Congress with broad bipartisan support; in recent years, 33 states […]

MP3 Jukebox built into AK 47 Magazine

Posted by 3wire on December 4th, 2005

gizmag Article: MP3 Jukebox built into AK47 Ammunition Magazine AudioBooksForFree.Com, the No1 UK online mp3 audio book publishers, has released a one-of-a-kind MP3 portable jukebox – built into the ammunition magazine of a Kalashnikov AK-47 Assault rifle. The “AK-MP3 Jukebox” comes with 20GB storage capable to hold up to 9000 songs or 3000 hours of […]

Brady Campaign set to Challenge S. 397

Posted by 3wire on October 24th, 2005

The “Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act” (S. 397) passed last week but the fight is far from over. From the NRA “S. 397 won’t become law until the House and Senate formalize their passage of the bill and send it to President Bush for signature. When he does, it will be the law […]

House Passes Protection Of Lawful Commerce In Arms Act

Posted by 3wire on October 20th, 2005

From the NRA-ILA (Fairfax, VA) – Today the United States House of Representatives passed the “Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act” (S. 397) by a bipartisan vote of 283-144. The legislation now moves to President Bush’s desk for his expected signature. Commenting on the passage of this landmark legislation, NRA Executive Vice President Wayne […]