NRA Life of Duty takes a look at the violence problem in Chicago:

chiraq-chicago-gun-violenceYea no doubt, that place is dangerous.  These guys are on point this time with the talking points… not like that “war on drugs” derpisode.

So much car talking again.  These guys must be real busy that they can’t even sit down and answer questions one-on-one for 5 minutes.  Unless NRA really like that disconnected camera angle for some reason.

Like Chicago’s own upstanding citizen and 2nd Amendment ambassador Chief Keef would say “That’s that shit I don’t like”.




Cokeman2423 and his buddies:

Christian-Bale-Pointing-Meme*smh* these guys.  I’m pretty sure if I watched all 21 minutes I would need to pull out an old Engineering textbook… Thermodynamics, maybe Complex Analysis or something and do some problems just to prove to myself I wasn’t made permanently dumber.

13:27 – On advanced recliner suppression – “But where’s your paperwork for that chair?” <—- LOL pure gold.

28:28 – Shooting the recliner again, but right between his legs as he’s sitting down.

Live to dodge Darwin another day boys… live to dodge Darwin another day…

Thoughts?  You want to see a full length “Cokeman and the boys” hollywood movie?



The classy ladies of 2015:

Daisy-Dukes-Back-Pocket-Holster0:27 – Those daisy dukes with the built in back pocket 1911 holster tho.  Followed by ITT (Inside The Thong) Glock carry at 0:36.

1:11 – “Oh hai! Just building an AR from scratch in high socks and a see-through top.  Disregard my granny panties.”

Trust Magpul to class up the calendar game.  You can pre-order it now on their website for $17.

Thoughts? Would operate with? Wouldn’t operate without?



*Yawn* The Brady campaign should really reconsider their rhetoric:

Brady-Campaign-Ban-Assault-ClipsYea we all know money can buy or persuade people.  Cool story bro.  Tell me more about how if certain politicians passed certain laws the criminals would take those laws seriously.

like I said… yawn. Thoughts?



Got a suppressor attachment problem?  Yo Silencerco will solve it:

Cookin other silencer companies like a pound of bacon.  You like Shay with the gauge or Vanilla with the 9?  Silencer has you covered no matter what.

Gunshots rang out like a bell / I grabbed my suppressed nine all I heard were shells.


I’m sure Silencerco has great products, but one of their biggest assets is that they are destroying everyone in the game right now with the quality of their promotional videos.  I wonder how long it will take others to catch up?

Word to your mother.  Thoughts?

Gat tip: Kurtis, Scott



Crowdfunding the wrong way:


This is all about working off “best case scenario” predictions and avoiding any personal financial risk.  This type of money grab is rife in the firearms community lately since sites like Kickstarter started to become popular.  People hear stories about how someone made a prototype for a little widget up, and got $900k on crowdfunding websites.  Customers start basically throwing money at the “inventor” because they wanted the product so bad.  It was only a matter of time before this turned into people who want handouts for something they are “going to do” (which, spoiler alert is usually regular shit but they think they are special).  Enter companies like Riverside Tactical Sales & Training… a company which was bold enough to email me about their new GoFundMe campaign.  I always have an open mind when it comes to emails about this type of thing, because sometimes what is on the other end of the link is pretty cool… not this time.

From the campaign:

After researching and applying for several options to fund a brick and mortar retail storefront and custom shop, we have found that the amount of resistance to this highly misunderstood and inappropriately tabooed industry is simply incredible. We have been denied by lenders, merchant card processors and even building owners strictly due to the Constitutionally protected nature of our business.

Waaaaaahhhhh welcome to the club.  To summarize, Riverside Tactical Sales & Training wants $80,000 to open a bricks & mortar store.  They have invested a WHOLE $40,000 of personal money and two years worth of part-time work into their business guys, so give them a break.  They are REALLY trying hard and need your support *eye roll*.  The main guy (beggar) Daniel Hauer even still works as a public servant for the state of California, and they have 4 kids. *tactical violin sounds for the working man*.

Why does one need a Cerakoting shop (which they already have) in their community?  I can overnight mail my guns to any FFL who does Cerakote for a few bucks.   They want to start a “training company”… so start one.  You don’t don’t need a bricks & mortar to do that… you can book a range and have instructors and students show up.  Cory & Erika did that, even with Cory’s 11B habits from the sandbox and Erika not initially knowing how to shoot.  What makes Riverside Tactical qualified to teach people anything or provide “security consulting”?  Are the planning on hiring more people to train / consult?  Who knows… take their word for it though and give them money. haha

Tons of other people, myself included have grown companies organically.  That’s how it should work.  Take calculated risks, create your own success, reap the rewards.

Crowdfunding this type of thing is absolute pure laziness looking for a handout.  Even the “reward levels” are laughable.  Oh so if I donate $10K I get my name on a banner on opening day? $5000 and I get wholesale prices for one whole year?  $1000 and I get a firearm Cerakoted and grip or frame stippling?  LOL my sides… this is too good.

Thoughts?  You into spending your hard earned money, funding other people’s risk when they aren’t even confident enough to invest their own time and money to grow it?

I’ll continue to invest in myself.