Category Archives: Arms and the Citizen

Lexington and Concord

This day, in 1775. Now, it is difficult to overstate the importance of these two actions, the events that led to them, and more so the degree to which the colonists had prepared and planned and organized. As I have … Continue reading

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Secession Preparation

Since California can’t figure out how to secede and still keep the welfare billions rolling in, the Handy Dandy Secessionist should know a couple of things: how to dress, how to shoot, and basic medicine. How to dress is often … Continue reading

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Weapons Wednesday: 86k M1 Garands Coming Home

GREAT NEWS: Good news for fans of the M1 Garand. The Civilian Marksmanship Program is expected to receive 86,000 of these surplus WWII rifles from the government of the Philippines. This is according to Gina Johnson, General Manager of the … Continue reading

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Gun-Day Sunday: Spares and a Nifty Ammo Site

Good to be back! First– Brother, can you spare a … Bolt?  Some testiness there, but not unusual if you follow that blog, BUT a wealth of suggestions for keeping critical spare parts for your guns. Second– An ammo subscription … Continue reading

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Gun-Day Monday: AK Zeroing

At WRSA, “Zeroing AK Iron Sights: The Russian Way.” Very interesting. (Might want to check it out.)

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Gun-Day Monday: Upcoming Murphy Course at Elite Shooting Sports (July 2017)

Here’s a one-day course from the great John R. Murphy of FPF Training– perhaps you’ve heard of him– coming up this summer, “Concealed Carry: Skills Beyond the Gun,” on Sunday, 23 July, 0900-1700. The knowledge required to be a safe, … Continue reading

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Weapons Wednesday: The SIG P320 and the Full Story of the AR15/M16 Family

First– I hit the range this morning with G-Tex of Civ Div Designs holster fame. (BTW, he also has a nifty Instagram page.) He brought his SIG Sauer P320. We shot it. And we pronounced it good. (Maybe I can … Continue reading

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