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Somebody get Sean Payton a tampon and some Midol
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Somebody get Sean Payton a tampon and some Midol

      “I’m not an extreme liberal,” Payton said. “I find myself leaning to the right on some issues. But on this issue, I can’t wrap my brain around it. I hate guns. . . . “It was a large caliber gun. A .45. It was designed back during World War I. And this thing just stops people. It will kill someone within four or five seconds after they are struck. […]

Who was Haruka Weiser?
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Who was Haruka Weiser?

This one really pisses me off beyond all recognition. Another young and promising life cut short by a weaponized subhuman soldier of the progressive movement. If you have been living in a cave (or just working hard to pay taxes) Haruka was the 18-year-old co-ed murdered at the University of Texas at Austin. (If you’re wondering, it’s the same school that removed that very dangerous statue of Jefferson Davis from […]

Who was Paul Tam?
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Who was Paul Tam?

Tony Bennett may have left his heart in San Francisco, but Paul Tam left his life there. He was only 48, a UK citizen visiting his niece and looking to relocate to the “City by the Bay” from Manchester England. He was apparently well thought of and had made a nice life in the IT industry. Despite what you might think, he didn’t die from complications of AIDS. Nope, he […]

SHTF: AR 15 Spare Parts
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SHTF: AR 15 Spare Parts

The term SHTF has a broad definition and can be many things to many people. Civil unrest secondary to a man-made or natural catastrophe comes immediately to mind. Those of us who think about and plan for SHTF situations are often termed paranoid, but one thing is for certain. One day we will be right. Needing a weapon like an AR 15 and not having one certainly defines a WTF […]

Who was Peter Mielke?
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Who was Peter Mielke?

Peter Mielke sounds like a great stage name for someone like a sportscaster or TV personality. In fact that’s what Peter was studying to become while working his way through school. He was only 19, graduating from high school in 2014 where he played football in the upscale Houston burb of Bellaire. From what I can gather, he was well thought of and even had a very cute girl friend. […]

Who was Daquill Fuller?
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Who was Daquill Fuller?

Who was he and why should this particular life be important? We are told by the MSM and various other organizations that “Black Lives Matter.” There’s even a movement of sorts with the same label. His first name marks him as African American. What makes him different? Why would a guy like me who writes about guns be interested in Daquill? The following paragraph is just the first part of […]

Shoot What the Banger’s Shoot
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Shoot What the Banger’s Shoot

I find the city of Chicago fascinating, but not in ways that you might think. The metropolis that brought us the abomination of Barack Hussein Obama is rapidly slipping into the third world under the leadership of the Democratic Party and its policies. It makes you wonder what kind of organizing he was really doing. The city is also the perfect laboratory to understand guns and gun crime. The sheer […]

Single action revolver with babe
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The Single Action Revolver

It is a legendary weapon. All of the principals involved in the altercation at the OK Corral were armed with them. Ben Thompson and Dallas Stoudenmire would have drawn their last breath with one in their hands. Frank Hamer, reputedly the survivor of 50 gunfights would carry a Colt SAA, named “Old Lucky” even when it was considered obsolescent, as would many of his contemporaries. It is the quintessential Cowboy […]

James Holmes
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Why I carry. Why I train.

  Many on the liberal side wonder why some of us carry firearms, especially of the concealed variety. They not only have a hard time understanding the concept of self-defense, but often throw in a few snide comments to boot. My favorite is “real men don’t carry guns.” I often ask them, “what about men who have other men carry for them? Are they real?” When explained that Mark Zuckerberg […]

Mozambique Drill
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Handgun Drills

One of the scenarios that I’ve noticed at various gun ranges is the target practice that subs for a thing called training. Here’s something everyone should know. Target practice is not training. You’ll often see a guy admiring his work, hitting a target way downrange, far further than most pistol fights occur. He won’t work from a holster and will not practice reloading, much less drilling on speed or proper […]

The Millennial Guide to Buying a Handgun
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The Millennial Guide to Buying a Handgun

Some time ago I engaged in a whacked out liberal website called Policy Mic that has since changed its name to simply Mic. The place caters to the demographic group called Generation Y or more commonly termed millennial. A millennial is a somewhat nebulous term defining a population cohort born from the 1980’s to the early 2000’s. Somehow the people that run this site think they are extraordinarily special, gifted […]

Pocket Pistols
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Pocket Pistols

I find this to be an interesting and somewhat complicated topic because of the recent proliferation of so many high quality handguns in this particular class. There is no clear-cut definition, but as the name implies, they are small, self-defense pistols that are suitable for concealment in a pants or coat pocket. Size wise and, in more modern terms, they are considered semi-automatics in the subcompact to compact range and […]

Used and Out of Production Handguns
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Used and Out of Production Handguns

By: Quartier LeBlanc, AWD Gun Editor At times the used/pre-owned market can provide a good deal and sometimes it can’t. With the recent spike in gun sales, especially for new handguns that time is now. What to look for and how to examine a used weapon is beyond the scope of this article. That can easily be researched on the Internet. Chuck Hawkes has an excellent review. I will, however […]

Why the Snub Nose Revolver Makes Sense: Part 3
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Why the Snub Nose Revolver Makes Sense: Part 3

By Quartier LeBlanc, AWD Gun Editor Manufacturers and Accessories As always, I like to delve into the history of weapons and the snub nose revolver is no exception. Smallish wheel-guns have been around almost from the very beginning and we will probably never know exactly who invented the first snub. The initial commercial success was the Colt Detective Special; a six shot 38 first manufactured in 1927. In 1950, Smith […]

Why the Snub Nose Revolver Makes Sense Part 2: Cartridges
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Why the Snub Nose Revolver Makes Sense Part 2: Cartridges

This is the second installment on the snubby and mainly concerns calibers and ammunition. So now you’ve decided to buy a snub, but are unsure about what exactly to feed it. You have discovered that there are multiple choices that can make the decision confusing and difficult. Like the weapon itself, this can be controversial and there are a whole lot of opinions on the subject. The quintessential cartridge for […]

Why the Snub Nose Revolver Makes Sense
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Why the Snub Nose Revolver Makes Sense

BY: QUARTIER LeBLANC, ANGRY WHITE DUDE GUN EDITOR In this increasingly hostile world more and more of us are recognizing the need for concealed carry in order to defend ourselves. There is perhaps no better example of this than the recent murder of David Stevens in Dallas Texas by Thomas Johnson, a former Texas A&M footballer and current felon. Mr. Stevens, a jogger, was ambushed by Johnson while on his […]