Everyday Carry Pocket Dump of the Day: Inside or Outside the Waistband? Be Open About It!

Jordan Burk’s everydaycarry.com pocket dump features a Cloak Tuck 3.0 Inside-the-Waistband holster. I’ve heard great things about Alien Gear (currently up to Cloak Tuck 3.5), but IWB’s alien to me. Even though I’ve dropped 30 pounds, I still can’t get on with inside-the-waistband holsters. I know I’ve mentioned that before but this time I want to […]

Full30.com: We Don’t Censor Our Gun Video Content Creators

We recently became aware of a malicious rumor spreading around the web regarding censorship at Full30.com. Full30.com does not censor its content creators in any way. Full30.com does not remove videos or add videos for its content creators, only the content creators can add or remove their videos. In the case of the claimed removal of an InRangeTV video […]

Supreme Court Justice: Repeal the Second Amendment!

“Rarely in my lifetime have I seen the type of civic engagement schoolchildren and their supporters demonstrated in Washington and other major cities throughout the country this past Saturday,” retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens writes in a nytimes.com editorial. “These demonstrations demand our respect. They reveal the broad public support for legislation to […]

Yolanda Renee King: Gun Zero of the Day

If anyone exemplified the *ss backwards nature of the March for Our Lives it was Yolanda Renee King. Ms. King stood in front of the crowd in D.C. and told the assembled throng that, like her famous civil rights crusading grandfather, Martin Luther King Jr., she had a dream. Her dream . . . “This […]

Did March for Our Lives Protesters Shoot Themselves in the Foot? Question of the Day [VIDEO NSFW]

“Saturday’s #MarchForOurLives was billed as a protest against gun violence,” cbsnews.com reports. “But for many Americans on the Right, it felt like they were under attack.” Which reminds me of a scene from the Joan Crawford biopic Mommie Dearest . . . You picking up what I’m putting down? CBS, of all things, gets it . . […]