Labor Day.

Those of us that are not laboring today, are probably enjoying some shooting before engaging in some serious grilling or keeping an eye on the smoker.

CSGV, Brady et all? Possibly pissing and moaning that we are shooting stuff.

Hell, I can imagine their faces:

We don’t do sourpuss, that why we win! 🙂

Mike Summit Knows History

Poor Mike, besides poor grammar his knowledge of historic facts regarding guns is null. Mikey baby, let me introduce you to the Liberator Pistol:

Known as the gun that took longer to reload than to manufacture, the Liberator was a single shot, smooth bore .45 ACP caliber gun that was produced in WWII reaching one million units. They were dropped in occupied territories for the Resistance forces alongside 10 rounds of ammunition. The idea is that a resistance fighter would use it to kill a German or Japanese soldier and procure their weapons for further fighting.

It came with a graphic instruction manual in one sheet to illustrate how to operate and reload:

Now, imagine what can an individual do to an occupying army with a modern handgun like a Glock <gasp!>

Pictures shamelessly stolen from Hellinahadbasket.com

Burial by Drano

I beg your pardon?

The Anderson-McQueen Funeral Home will offer alkaline hydrolysis, one of a wave of new green burial options. The process is also known as bio-cremation or flameless cremation.

A body is placed in a pressurized drum that holds up to 400 gallons of water. A chemical is added and heated to 350 degrees, then the mixture is circulated through the drum. The body’s soft tissue is dissolved into a liquid, which is washed into the municipal wastewater system.

“Kids, hurry up! We need to get to the funeral home before they flush grandpa!”

CSGV: ZOMG a Glock Raffle in Arizona! (Part 2)

The raffle went very well. So much so they had another gun raffled also.

CSGV is not happy because Ladd actually broke his usual weekend rest and posted the link to the article in the Arizona Daily Star where the author bemoans the poor taste of Arizonans trying to get not a gun but two for cheap and after U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords was shot eight months ago. Apparently nobody else in Pima County has been shot ever since if we go by what the Antis are saying.

The comment section was a give and take between the two usual factions with the race card thrown at the earliest possible. But the best of the best of comments was the following response to a race baiter and quite appropriate:

Made of 100% USDA approved WIN!

On expectations about Fast & Furious.

Those licking their chomps about Fast & Furious, may I remind you that a lot more Americans died in two other ATF-led operations: Ruby Ridge and Waco. No one Federal agent, supervisor or administrator served one second of prison time and nothing happened to ATF.

At best what we can get out of Fast & Furious is enough negative votes to make sure this administration does not get re-elected. Maybe then we can revisit ATF and do a serious clean up.