The Folly of Gun Control in Brazil

Where there is a WILL there is a WAY.
Never under estimate men who want to be armed.
This is a snapshot of FUSA in under 10 years.

After Balkanization is complete, hundreds of skilled armorers will begin churning out QUALITY Weaponry despite the Federal Govt.’s aim to “CONTROL” it.

Are you Prepared to be an “Outlaw” when it comes to your Second Amendment Rights?

 

“Before all Else, Be Armed.” -Machiavelli

Impro Guns

The local gang armorers are pumping these things out in ever increasing numbers from a few dollars worth of scrap pipe and the authorities are helpless to stop it.

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Protecting Your Gun Safe and it’s Contents from an EMP

H/T American Partisan

 

 

Unlike most EMP articles, this is a VERY relevant and Practical Topic to Consider!

Prepare Accordingly!

Know Your Weapons: Nordic Cooperation – The Swedish M96 in Finnish Service

Nordic Cooperation: The Swedish M96 in Finnish Service

 

One of the significant foreign rifles in Finnish service during the Winter War and Continuation War was the Swedish M96 Mauser. These rifles began arriving in Finland even before Finland’s independence, and in 1919 the Civil Guard was given ownership of 1,390 of them. The numbers increased slowly through individual purchases by Finnish sport shooters and Civil Guardsmen in the 1920s, but it was in 1940 that Finland arrange the purchase of a large number. In total, 77,000 more M96 rifles were bought from Sweden during the Winter War, plus about 8,000 more brought and left in Finland by men of the Swedish Volunteer Corps.

About 30,000 of these rifles were returned to Sweden in mid 1940, with the remainder staying in Finnish inventory until the early 1950s. In both the Winter War and Continuation War they saw significant combat service, with the Swedish volunteers, with Finnish forces in northern Finland, and with Costal Infantry and Coastal Artillery units fighting in the south. When they were finally surplussed by Finland in the 50s, they were repurchased by Sweden, overhauled, and put back into service. The Finnish examples found today on the US collector market can be identified by their “SA” Finnish property stamps and (usually) Swedish single-screw stock disks.

9 Hole Reviews Taking the M96 to the 1000-Yard Range:

C&Rsenal History of the Swedish M94 Carbine:

C&Rsenal History of the Swedish M96 Rifle:

 

AK Corner: How to Distinguish between Russian and Chinese AK-103

Yemeni Buyer’s Guide: How to Distinguish between Russian and Chinese AK-103

Really in-depth buyers guide to recognizing subtle differences between the Russian and Chinese version of the AK-103 platform.