The latest bit of lifestyle wear from GASTON J. GLOCK style LP is their leather undershirt and long underwear. The (apparently) buttery soft goat leather is “tanned in the 6,000 year old traditional, natural German tanning technique used by hunters of the past,” and is indestructible, temperature regulating and extremely skin-friendly. $329 for the undershirt and $369 for the long underwear from GASTON J. GLOCK style LP.
Another example of government entities being forced into doing the right (read: legal) thing comes from Seattle, where starting yesterday (Monday), the Seattle Public Library has lifted its restrictions on the carry of weapons inside, both open and concealed. Washington CeaseFire, naturally, said “It’s a terrible idea, absolutely terrible idea,” but the library really had no choice, as their prohibitions were in violation of state law. The local Second Amendment Foundation chapter had the scent, and since it was SAF’s successful lawsuit that stopped Seattle’s ban on guns in parks, if the board hadn’t voted to make the change voluntarily, it’s fairly certain a lawsuit would have forced their hand.
Please note we have a couple new memes in play in response to the incident at the Paramus, New Jersey mall last night. Much like “assault shotgun” became a thing after the Navy Yard incident, we now have “assault-style rifle” and “mass shooting threat” to contend with. If you’re unfamiliar with the details, the gun he turned out to have was a .22LR that had been tricked-out or bubba’d to look like something scary. Haven’t seen any pictures yet, but a 10/22 in a “tactical” stock would make anyone’s knees weak. The “mass shooting threat” comes from Moms Demanding Some Action (or something), because they wanted to bleat about the LAX and Paramus incidents, but were met with a frustrating lack of dead bodies to point at. Since they can’t squawk about an actual shooting, they just added “threat” and presto! New buzzword. The sorta-funny part is the guy in Paramus apparently went out of his way to tell people that he saw that he “didn’t want to hurt anyone,” which is sorta the opposite of a threat.
Apparently hunting for Bigfoot in Oklahoma is just as dangerous as hunting for moose in Norway, if you’re a bystander, that is. Two men were in search of the elusive ape-man when one of them heard a “barking noise,” at which point he did the logical thing and spun around and fired, shooting his companion in the back. The stupidity was apparently a family affair, because not only was the shooter, Omar Pineda, arrested (reckless conduct with a firearm and obstruction), so was his father in law — he threw the gun in a lake; charged with felon in possession and destruction of evidence — as well as Omar’s wife, who was charged with obstruction after telling police that someone else shot at her husband and his friend. The shootee is expected to survive; their friendship is probably on shakier ground.
Dynamic Pie Concepts doesn’t put out videos that often, possibly because the world is not ready for too much greatness at one time. This time they’re bringing us Tactical Blind Fire: “The correct use of blind fire is a low risk high yield tactic that delivers game changing potential for asymmetric battle space supremacy, gaining residual operational capability for plus up of ground assets.”
That stream of brass coming out of the upward-facing ejection port from the guy in the blue bin might be the most beautiful thing I’ve ever seen, ever.
I am totally putting both red and green lasers and a light on my home-defense AR.