This happened.   Obama said it’s easier to get a Glock than a computer or book:

Holy, Al Sharpton is abrasive.  Anyway, regarding the Obama statement… I don’t know why some gun owners keep pretending (in the face of criticism like this from Obama) that guns are not EXTREMELY easy to get through some avenues.  Colion Noir even went so far as saying “I could walk to a library right now and get a book”… Yea and you’d have to SIGN UP FOR A LIBRARY CARD (last time I checked).  Sure buying a gun from an FFL is more of a pain in the ass, but why bother denying that private sales are perhaps the easiest thing on earth in most states?  This is the exact info cut as pasted from the ATF’s own website:

What recordkeeping procedures should be followed when two unlicensed individuals want to engage in a firearms transaction?

When a transaction takes place between unlicensed persons who reside in the same State, the GCA does not require any record keeping. An unlicensed person may sell a firearm to another unlicensed person in his or her State of residence and, similarly, an unlicensed person may buy a firearm from another unlicensed person who resides in the same State. It is not necessary under Federal law for a Federal firearms licensee (FFL) to assist in the sale or transfer when the buyer and seller are “same–State” residents.

There may be State or local laws or regulations that govern this type of transaction. Contact the office of your State Attorney General for information regarding any such requirements.

MrColionNoir-ENDO-New-York-ReloadIn my opinion denying or not mentioning that private transfers are indeed as simple as getting a book or a computer shouldn’t be done.  I realize Colion Noir only had about 4 minutes, but when both sides of a debate don’t give the full info on something this is where problems and arguments happen.


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OH LAWD!  Is this real life?

Seeing a gun ground up like that is like seeing a puppy being shot in the face, or a bird’s beak broken in half.  All three are heartbreaking, and should never have to be even thought about.

What ever happened to just selling the guns to cartels or recirculating them to gang members to kill each other?  That’s far more humane and easier to stomach.

I want to throw a Deagle full of C4 in that machine just to send a message.

Gunbuster-Firearm-DestroyerGrind up the Hi-Points… save the Glocks.  I might start a movement… Facebook fan page coming soon.

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CNBC takes a look:

LOL fail on that “firing on all cylinders” pun she thought she was so clever with.  Awesome that Scott Cohn shut her down.

I wonder if Freedom Group will ever re-consider that IPO in the near future?

According to Larry Hyatt (owner of Hyatt Gun Shop) senior citizens represent the largest group of buyers.

I like that the report wasn’t anti-gun.  That’s what I like about money… those guys care about making more money, not walking around on eggshells trying to to upset anyone that doesn’t like guns.


Hat tip: Fazal


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Hard to take seriously with the toy Beretta 92 and teacup grip:

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Hopefully the data is legit at least.  It lists Wikipedia as one of the sources, which never impresses me.  I figured some of you guys would like to take a look, and possibly tear the people that put this out a new one. haha

The bar graph at the bottom seems pretty useless considering it’s only representing the change seen in 1 year.  At first glance it looks like shit got real in SD, IA, and ID… but then you look at the map and see they are among the safest places in the country to live.


Hat tip: Bill


MrColionNoir speaks on it:

I think having a gun or guns hidden and easily accessible in a house is a good idea.  I live in a really nice area though, so carrying one seems like I would just be uncomfortable for no reason when I’m laying around.  Better safe than sorry though I suppose, because he makes a good point about stickup kids kicking down the door, and realizing they got the wrong house.  

[Clay Davis] Sheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiiiiiit. [/Clay Davis]

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Thoughts?  Do you guys carry in your house?