We have zero financial interest here, but we’d like to point out that AIM Surplus is offering LEO trade-in M&P 9mm pistols for $350. That ain’t bad at all. Might want to take advantage of it.
Looks like it, here on U.S. soil. The [FBI] alert says Middle Eastern men are approaching families of U.S. military members at their homes in Colorado and Wyoming [emphasis added]. It mentions Greeley, Colorado, and Cheyenne, Wyoming, as the specific areas. There is a straightforward two-step plan military families can implement to solve this menace, should they be faced with it. The tools and the training are readily available in most American states. (Step Two involves calling 911.)
“Unreal: Gun Used in Terror Attack on Mohammed Cartoon Contest Sold Through Operation Fast and Furious” It turns out [murderous heathen Nadir] Soofi purchased his gun under the Holder Justice Department’s Operation Fast and Furious back in 2010. … In other words, ATF and the FBI pushed through a shady gun sale that ultimately was used in a terror attack against Americans on U.S. soil. So, if I get it right, this Federal government of ours is allowing adversaries on our soil to arm themselves illegally– enabling them, actually– but “not ruling out” prosecuting a U.S. military officer for defending himself […]
WHAT THE HELL IS WRONG WITH THE DEPARTMENT OF THE NAVY? Please keep an eye on this, and write your Congressional representatives if SecNav persists in this injustice. LCdr White shouldn’t be court-martialed; he should be decorated and promoted. (This news item came by way of the redoubtable GW’64, and many thanks to him.)
Here’s a lot more detail on the Chattanooga attack, more than I’ve seen reported thus far: A military official says several troops “ran back into the fight” after getting their colleagues to safety during an attack in Chattanooga that left four Marines and a sailor dead. Maj. Gen. Paul W. Brier, commanding general of the 4th Marine Division, said during a news conference Wednesday in Chattanooga that there were 20 Marines and two Navy corpsman inspecting equipment at a joint Marine-Navy facility when the attack happened on Thursday. Brier says the troops “reacted the way you would expect” during an […]
Mr Farnam sends: Things are looking up! Friends on active duty told me this morning that certain officers and S/NCOs are now quietly carrying concealed on base, and off. No one is admitting it, of course, but some courageous commanders, at great personal risk, have taken it upon themselves to authorize the practice, albeit unofficially. Real warriors, of which there are still many, don’t like being sitting ducks in a shooting war, even when it is obvious that their CIC, and his gaggle of groveling yes-men, contemptuously consider them all cannon-fodder! “Spartans never ask how many the enemy be, only […]
A thunderous “H-F-Bd” to the great Sam Colt *and* to Herr Gaston Glock, both born this day (the former in 1814, the latter in 1929). Both deserve permanent places in history.
USMC0802, after considerable deliberation, acquired a SIG Sauer 716, which we took yesterday up on the mountain to zero and fam fire. Since we put less than a hundred rounds through it, this is not an exhaustive review but our initial impressions. (I’ll let him chime in on comments.) Overall, we like it: typically SIG in that it’s very well made, solid, good trigger pull; recoil was present but not excessive. It came with one (1) PMag which of course performed without a hiccup. We used Portugee milsurp 7.62, and it too shot just fine. (Buy it whenever you see […]
Apparently. WOW. In a significant doctrinal [sic] shift, the U.S. military is relegating full metal jacketed (FMJ) pistol bullets to a training role, and will be adopting modern hollowpoint designs similar to those used by most domestic law enforcement agencies and citizens who carry handguns for self-defense. The stunning announcement was made at the U.S Army’s Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey yesterday during the military’s two-day “industry day” for the Modular Handgun System (MHS), which will conclude today. A military lawyer who made a presentation during the Industry Day noted that the United States is not a signatory to the […]
What is it that they say? “Once you go Blackout, you’ll never back out.” Or something like that. Anyway, this is very interesting news— The Netherlands Maritime Special Operations Force (NL-MARSOF) are planning to purchase a new carbine chambered in the non-NATO standard 7.62×35 mm (300 BLK), with a formal tender being launched by the Netherlands’ Defence Material Organisation. The tender is the first publicly known tender for the purchase of a 7.62×35 mm chambered rifle by any military. In total, the Dutch naval commandos are looking to buy 195 select-fire carbines and 1.82 million 7.62×35 mm cartridges… I’m looking […]