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Litigation, 73 Reasons


  • Still smoldering: The vacated frame and receiver rule.
  • Gun Owners of America and the Gun Owners Foundation have filed a federal lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for North Dakota, challenging the ATF’s Zero Tolerance policy towards FFLs. Under this new policy, which was put into place by the Biden Administration last year, any errors in record keeping by gun dealers would be grounds to immediately initiate license revocation proceedings.
  • The CEO of the nonprofit Kars4Kids is challenging New York’s Concealed Carry Improvement Act in federal court. The unconstitutional law prevents most people from bringing weapons into places of religious observation or summer camps in New York, thus leaving children and people of faith utterly vulnerable to violent criminal attack.
  • A county judge in Kentucky has ruled in a controversial decision that the Kentucky Constitution does not allow cities to create crimes (like “gun” crimes) punishable with jail time.
  • Action Item. The Left is still trying to pack the Supreme Court with liberals. You can sign a petition against it here. I suggest editing the letter to make it more politically neutral if your politicians are liberals.


Another Action Item: Ask Congress to defund President Biden’s gun control schemes.


Department of the Oblivious

The Daily Mail reports that a 25-year-old man has been arrested after he allegedly rode a moped around New York City (a gun free zone) opening fire at random with a 9mm pistol last Saturday morning, killing one person and injuring three more. Assistant Chief Joseph Kenny of the NYPD Detective Bureau said they believe the weapon was a “ghost gun,” with its serial number removed. “We have not found a serial number on the gun,” Kenny said. “We’re trying to determine whether it’s defaced, or possibly a ghost gun.”

  1. If you already caught the perpetrator, the serial number isn’t going to help you catch or prosecute the perpetrator.
  2. If you can’t tell the difference between a gun that has never had a serial number and one on which it has been defaced or removed, you probably shouldn’t be in the cop business. Or maybe you’re just a political hack calling everything you can a “ghost gun” for pejorative reasons.
  3. No word on banning those evil assault mopeds.


Warning to fast-growing Southern states


The Only Ones

  • Dakotah Wood, 21, a former telecommunicator with the Hernando County, FL, Sheriff’s Office, was arrested on charges of tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, false reports of commission of crimes and discharging a firearm in public or residential property after he called police on June 30 to falsely report he was the victim of an attempted carjacking and shooting at a park. Wood concocted the story to cover up accidentally shooting himself with his own firearm. He has also resigned his position.


  • Various venues. Their “plan” is for you to die.
  • The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has banned the use of traditional lead ammunition on 56 State and Natural Areas across the state.
  • Leftist St. Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones (D) has her hand tipped for her.
  • The supposedly non-partisan Ad Council has teamed up with the Brady Bunch to produce a documentary pushing gun control.



Not a DGU

  • Six people were killed in a knife attack at a preschool in China’s southern Guangdong Province on Monday. Knife attacks are not uncommon in China, but defensive gun uses are pretty much unheard of. You do the math.

Hot gun

  • Eight rounds in a loaded gun cooked off in a crematorium in Boston last week during a body’s cremation after the firearm went undetected by hospital and funeral home staff for two months prior to the fireworks.

Why carry a gun? Why? You need a reason?

Flag on horseback

Tactics & Stuff


“The ACOG mounted on the M16 service rifle has proven to be the biggest improvement in lethality for the Marine infantryman since the introduction of the M1 Garand in World War II.” – General James Mattis

  • Best ACOGS, Clones, & Alternatives of 2023
  • Springfield Armory’s new 9mm Echelon™ is a modern, striker-fired, modular, adaptable duty pistol with numerous patent-pending features and an attractive price. Like the XD line, the Echelon is made by HS Produkt (formally “IM Metal”), located in the Republic of Croatia.
  • Smith & Wesson has a new M&P pistol, the M&P 22 Magnum. Gas operated, internal hammer, fiber optic front sight, optics-ready, frame-mounted manual ambi safety and slide stop controls. 30 rounds. 22 oz. $650.
  • Bergara’s BMR (Bergara Micro Rimfire) is an affordable precision .22 rifle aimed to compete with the excellent Tikka T1x. $565. I say get them both.
  • Bear and Son Cutlery’s new 12″ Cocobola Gold Rush Bowie is a full-tang, Alabama-made knife influenced by the classic Bowie design that features a broad 7 3/8-inch blade made from Sandvik 12C27M stainless steel, a high-quality steel trusted for its durability and resistance to corrosion, and a Cocobola handle. 16.4 oz., $160. Lifetime warranty.

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