I was emailed the above picture well over a dozen times in the past couple weeks.  I wasn’t going to post it because I thought it was poorly executed (albeit I’m picky).  Looks like you guys won haha

Note to self: Photoshop some random crap into a picture of a pop culture icon, appropriate original company’s trademarked logo, sprinkle around some obvious text = viral success.

Source – Sarah Anne Langton

Hat tip: Everyone that sent it in (I un-starred all the emails so I don’t have the names)



A lofty goal set by Ruger:

So there you have it.  Ruger wants to be the first firearms manufacturer to sell 1 million firearms in a 12 month period.The period being April 1 2011 – March 31 2012.

According to the Ruger 1 Million Gun Challenge website, they were at 556,100 on October 26, 2011.  That was before Black Friday so who knows where they are now?   Maybe 443,900 people bought Ruger firearms for Black Friday, or will be buying Ruger firearms as Christmas presents?  Either way, I suppose everyone wins because they are still giving the NRA $1 per firearm sold.



Yea this happened:

You can check it out – HERE

Extra points for calling it a “Modern repeating rifle”, not the default “Assault rifle” we are used to seeing.

I’m still waiting for Costco to bring in a Kirkland branded AR-15 for the Kirkland ammunition.



This is awesome:

Awesome not only because I like POV cams on guns, but awesome because he did it with a Sterling.  Seriously though, if you don’t think the Sterling is cool, I don’t know what’s wrong with you. :P



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Specifically the ever popular Russian relic:

Ahahah so true… i’ve been saying that for years.

Just like people that recommend full grown adults start out shooting with a .22LR, High Point etc…  Sure it’s economical, and if you decide you don’t like shooting then you really won’t lose money.  But lets be honest shooting .22LR is not as fun (nor as cool) as shooting an AR-15 for example.  Seeing how an AR-15 has basically no recoil, a few thousand rounds through one of those you’ll have the fundamentals down just as well as you would have on a .22LR but will have made more noise in the process.

I believe guns should be recommended based on budget, not some ridiculous notion that it’s actually “better” to start out on a <$200 handgun/rifle.

Shooting is a humbling experience though.  Beginners that jump straight to a $8000 rifle/scope combo will most likely be irritated when they find they can’t shoot dime sized groups at even close distances.


Hat tip: Danny