Handgun Bullet Penetration Through Interior Walls

Handgun Bullet Penetration Through Interior Walls

 

Some great practical ammunition penetration figures.

If you have not bookmarked it by now, check out my fellow Texan’s website Box o’Truth for some practical penetration testing and some great Firearms articles.

 

Liberals and Firearms Never Mix

Union Says Baldwin Prop Gun Had Single Live Round

 

All I have to say about this is what do you friggin expect?

People often HATE what they are IGNORANT and/or SCARED of, and so it is with LIBERALS and FIREARMS.

Why a LIVE round was even close to a movie set still remains the Million Dollar Question.

I agree with the author in that I don’t think it was an actual LIVE round but a SQUIB round that malfunctioned and became a deadly projectile, just like with the tragic incident with Brandon Lee on the set of The Crow in 1993.

Like all possible WRONGFUL DEATH cases, we will have to wait for the AUTOPSY to give us all the answers.

What is hilarious to me is how liberal toilet paper rags like The Atlantic are trying to spin this as a “Inherent” Gun Safety Issue (Guns are Dangerous!) instead of just saying that Baldwin ( a virulent far-left Hollyweird liberal) was irresponsible and unsafe because he is basically ignorant of firearms to begin with.

Listen folks, it’s Simple: Guns are Dangerous only when the People Handling them are morons.

Know your Knives: The Wicked Ulu

The Wicked ULU Knife

 

Who would not want to own an ancient blade design that resembles a Saber-tooth tiger fang?

Preparedness: A Realistic Bug Out Bag

Preparedness: A Realistic Bug Out Bag

 

Good, practical advice for a BOB.

If you and your loved ones don’t have one, here is your warning shot.

Prepare Accordingly.

All Things Tomahawk

Who Needs A Tomahawk?

 

A collection of links involving their history and practical use.

I own several flavors of tomahawks, my favorite being a Rifleman’s Hawk.

Besides being an exceptional CQ Weapon, they are also an extremely practical piece of kit to have.

It’s not surprising that most all of your early mountain men carried one in their belt.