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Gun guru and firearms fashionista Colion Noir is fed-up with dissension amongst The People of the Gun. His call for unity takes the form of a discussion with himself. Multiple selves, in fact. Pretty funny stuff. The kind of insightful humor that made Dallas’ favorite son famous, and would make his series more valuable (just sayin’). The rest of Noir’s season closer maintains its sky-high production values, and promotes the values of individual freedom we all embrace. As for Colion’s assertion that “you’re not going to see a discussion like this kind of program on cable television,” must try harder.

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  1. The gibbering paranoid prepper is mysteriously missing from that table.

    Tactical guy: “You’re worthless, you’re worthless, you’re worthless…” lol

  2. I really enjoyed season 4 of Noir and the season finale was a great one. However I think the winning video of the month goes to his response to HuffPo writer “Mike the Gun Guy”.

  3. “…the values of individual freedom we all embrace.”

    I wouldn’t say “all”. There seem to be plenty of commenters right here at TTAG who embrace individual freedom when it comes to guns, but are more than willing to tell people how they should live their lives in every other way. Not to mention more than a few who aren’t even on board with real freedom when it comes to firearms.

    • Let me guesss… You’re all butthurt that people morally object to your perceived “right” to tear apart a 9 month old fetus that is one hour away from the vag tract.

      Even the stupid millenials are majority against that infanticide.

      • Outside of abortion there are plenty of people on here who still think they can regulate what you put in your body. People who think they can regulate marriage. People perfectly fine with the Patriot Act.

        Stupid millennials? Remind me which generation lost a lot of my gun rights? It wasn’t mine, there is no Federal AWB, no UCBs, and finally people are beginning to take on the NFA. Constitutional carry is becoming a reality in my generation, expansion of all gun rights in fact are happening more now than ever. There is more support for gun rights now more than anything the baby Boomers, Gen X and Gen y had. It wasn’t my generation that gave us the NFA the Clinton AWB, The Brady Bill, The Hughes Amendment, and so on and so forth, but we did give you 3D printed guns, 80% lowers, and the Sig/KAK brace.

      • You might want to work on your reading skills. Where did I mention abortion?

        Hell, set aside the “controversial” topics, and you’ll still find people here getting worked up over the way someone else chooses to carry a gun, for Pete’s sake.

  4. Few points:

    #1: gun owners aren’t a single bloc. We’re not unified by race or religion or socio-economic status. It’s our greatest asset yet a liability.

    #2: we’re individualists who don’t like being told what to do. YMMV.

    #3: we don’t have a set list of goals. Not all gun owners can agree on opening up the MG registry or removing it all together. Some gun owners are in favor of requiring 4473s on all sales.

    So my suggestion? Sign everyone who is “one of us” or will be for the NRA and let’s figure out a set of goals. How about Constitutional Carry in all 50 states and DC for a start?

    • #4 As a group we can’t even seem to agree what “…shall not be infringed.” means.

      The writers of the constitution and the Bill of Rights were all educated men who spent many hours debating what the exact meaning of the words they used meant. I think it only wise to presume that they knew what “infringed” means and the implications of using that term in the Second Amendment.

      “You may be entitled to your own opinion, but you are NOT entitled to your own facts.”

      • I honestly wonder if the founders truly meant, “Under any and all circumstances”? If so, the founders established an immutable right for any person (incarcerated or not). 2A would be an absolute right, no matter what. Yet, the very constitution restricting government intrusion is subject to political suitability via the amendment process (actually, the entire constitution is subject to political suitability). So, did “shall not infringe” have have an unstated “except for…” clause?

        I often ponder whether the constitution is strong enough, whether the founders should have identified in the document that “unalienable rights” cannot be altered except through overthrow of the government, and establishment of another.

    • If you go to Shootingusa’s website they have discounts on all the memberships. The life is on special until the end of the year..only $500

  5. I thought Mr. Noir was a fellow Houstonite, not a Dallas… ite? Whatever the good people from Dallas call themselves. In any case, as usual, he is right on the money.

    • Given the roots of gun control law in depriving minorities of their second amendment rights, it would be just as accurate if not more so to just say their biggest fear is “a black guy with a gun” period.

  6. Meh too. I’m not a single issue guy. If you could get millions of black folks to stop voting for gun grabbers I might care. The disconnect is massive-and I know lots of brown people who parrot the “Obama’s not taking your guns and the NRA lies about Barry”…I applaud the NRA for guys like Mr. Noir but find him annoying. YMMV

  7. “Pretty funny?” Not really all that funny. And let’s face it, this guy’s really not saying anything we all haven’t heard a million times before. Why does TTAG continually give him such high praise?

    • Maybe because the people at TTAG like him?

      Just because you don’t care for him doesn’t mean you’re opinion is the only one that matters.

      I happen to enjoy his shows and like the fact the TTAG gives him some exposure here. If you don’t then you can just skip over the posts with him as the topic.

    • “Why does TTAG continually give him such high praise?”
      1. Well thought out arguments.
      2. Cites sources for data and uses common sense.
      3. Inclusive in his engagement in dialog.
      4. Solid production value.

  8. Noir makes the point many here have been saying for some time- enough circular firing squads among the POTG. Lets aim our energy at the opponents of 2A rights. Lots more work to do there.

  9. It’s cute, Colion Noir is great, but typical NRA wanting everyone to come together under their compromised banner. I say leave the fractiousness.

  10. Ray’s Hardware is great place to visit if any of you are in Dallas. POTG destination.

    Great variety and selection, prices not so great.

    The guy behind the counter has been there since the 60’s and will talk your ear off about anything gun. If he gets started you will find it hard to extricate yourself.

    The website has gone e-commerce since the last time I saw it.

    It used to have the history of the place.


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