by ED HEAD on NOVEMBER 4, 2017 Related Tags:9mm, Buzz, Column, Concealed Carry, EDC, Holsters “One is none, two is one.” I first heard this many years ago from some U.S. Navy SEALs I trained with. They were referring to doubling up on detonators for explosives but I’ve since applied this principle to knives, flashlights and, of course, concealed carry pistols. Another … Continue reading “The Best Way to Conceal Carry — Two is One and One is None”
HOWERTON: Here’s How You Take The Fight To The Gun-Grabbers April 4th, 2018 Matt Howerton Rational Americans agree, the Left has gone entirely too far. They have set their sights on something that transcends policy and politics, they are attempting an all-out assault on one of the most fundamental aspects of what it means … Continue reading “Some good ideas on what to do about the Gun Grab!”
Never heard of this outfit. Anybody out there have some inside dope about it?
Following the establishment of the U.S. Air Force as a separate service in 1947, the Army began to develop further its own aviation assets (light planes and rotary wing aircraft) in support of ground operations. The Korean War gave this drive impetus, and the war in Vietnam saw its fruition, as Army aviation units … Continue reading “Happy Birthday! – US Army Aviation”
Now the Marines can rightfully take great pride for the conduct & gallantry for taking this island. As it was one hell of a fight. But interesting enough. I found out this. That after the Main Marine Infantry Units left & the Army Air Corp set up shop. That this Army Regiment was stationed here … Continue reading “Iwo Jima & the US Army Infantry”
Medal of Honor Recipient, Navy Pilot Buried With Full Honors at Arlington National Cemetery Capt. Thomas Hudner (USN Ret.) salutes at the United States Navy Memorial in Washington, D.C. / 3rd Class Mikelle D. Smith (USN) BY: Jack Heretik April 5, 2018 12:16 pm Medal of Honor awardee Capt. Thomas J. Hudner, Jr., was laid to … Continue reading “What a Stud of a Man!”
COMMENTARY How Gun Control Laws for “Mentally Ill” Could Disarm Those Who Question Authority To prevent mentally ill people from owning firearms is a severe form of “ableist” discrimination, and also opens the door for nearly anyone to be classified as mentally ill. JOHN VIBES — APRIL 7, 2018 Plus In the growing debate surrounding the natural … Continue reading “Only Crazy Folks question Authority, right?”
Now I have one of these around the house / safe. I call it my “You really want to go down that road gun”. You can guess why.