Author Archives: Wirecutter

Anti-Gun Control Parkland Survivor Kyle Kashuv Questioned By School Security For Visiting Gun Range With His Father

On Friday, Parkland survivor Kyle Kashuv went to the gun range to learn to fire a gun for the first time, alongside his father. He tweeted this: MORE

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What up, my NAGGA?

The National African American Gun Association has announced a new partnership with Atlanta-based GLOCK. That apparently means financial support for NAAGA, which has over 20,000 members and growing. Industry support like this for NAAGA and other groups that promote wider … Continue reading

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The Renegade Sheriffs – A law-enforcement movement that claims to answer only to the Constitution

On a Friday afternoon in March, 2013, a sheriff’s sergeant named Jody Hoagland noticed a red Nissan pickup truck drifting off a road. Hoagland was two hours into his shift patrolling Liberty County, Florida, eight hundred square miles of the … Continue reading

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What the fuck was my breakfast looking at?

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Need a new car? Amazon can hook you up.

Electronic gadgets that can be used to steal cars in seconds are being sold online for as little as £100. Available on Amazon and eBay, the hacking devices allow thieves to reprogramme a blank key fob so it can start … Continue reading

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“We don’t know why Bubba runs away when we call him”

An Aurora couple are facing four counts of animal cruelty after police alleged they were having sex with their dog in a backyard motor home that had been converted into a sex chamber. Fredrick Blue Manzanares, 50, and his ex-girlfriend, … Continue reading

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7 ounces of stability

Stability. Isn’t that a nice concept? We all prefer things to be stable from our marriages to our shooting. The .mil has issued and used the GPS Intl. Grip Pod forward grip/bipod for some time now. The Grip Pod is … Continue reading

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They spelled Luis wrong


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I wouldn’t fuck with her

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Such a happy, joyful bunch of youngsters

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Easier than shaving, I guess

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As opposed to eaten cows?

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5 dead in Toronto van attack

At least five people are dead after being struck by a van mounting a pavement in Toronto, Canada. Cops were called to Yonge Street and Finch Avenue after a speeding white rental van hit pedestrians before fleeing the scene. MORE

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Waffle House shooter busted

Metro police announced Monday afternoon that Travis Reinking, the suspect in a shooting that killed four people at an Antioch Waffle House, had been arrested after a 34-hour manhunt. Shortly after 1 p.m., police announced Reinking had been arrested in … Continue reading

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This would’ve been handy for my sister’s Barbies

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Waffle House shooter still on the run

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A mentally unstable gunman stole a BMW from a dealership and escaped capture days before killing four people at a Waffle House, police said Monday as their manhunt intensified more than 24 hours after the attack. … Continue reading

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Luis? Is that you?

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Carlos Hathcock Method of Sighting in a Rifle

Sighting in a rifle is an important thing to do if you want your rifle to be dead on when taking a shot. Which brings us to the Carlos Hathcock way of sighting in a rifle. For those that don’t … Continue reading

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Gotta be California (again)

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At the Mound Today

Brock, We attended the Memorial service today held at the Confederate mound at Oakwood cemetery in Chicago. The experience was humbling and enlightening. There were people in attendance from several states with relatives interned at the mound. While there was … Continue reading

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