I’m sad to say that my hometown is the latest in the long line of small towns to pick up a “surplus” MRAP. Apparently they paid only $2,000 for the 30-ton armored vehicle, which has only 5,000 miles on the odometer. Now, my little city isn’t what it was 20-25 years ago, but it’s still not what anyone would call “crime-ridden.” I won’t deny it looks pretty cool in matte black, and it’ll probably be quite popular in the annual parade. . .
If anyone needs PMAGS, Palmetto State Armory is running a deal right now that if you buy 10 (Gen 3) for $149.95, you get a $50 PSA gift card. $10.70 each shipped is three or four bucks better than I can find them anywhere else online right now.
This one’s got a little age on it, but it’s too funny to pass up. Johnny Love, 22, tried to rob a Miami Gardens convenience store on Thanksgiving morning. After dropping his hat and going back to pick it up and then pointing a gun at the cashier, Brother Love struggles to open a plastic bag to put the money in. Once he gets it open, he pauses to shovel some candy from the counter-front racks into the bag, with his head down. If the cashier had his own gun, this story would be over right now. Instead, he goes on to drop his gun and fill a couple plastic bags with beer, which he then drops in the parking lot and proceeds to pick up one can at a time until cops show up. He tried to run, but didn’t get far. Click this link for the video. You want to.
Remember, the four rules apply no matter how big or small your gun is. That’s a lesson that was learned last month by the Indian Coast Guard, when a 30mm CRN 91 Gun aboard the ICGS Samrat went off accidentally while it was being repaired. The practice round that was fired hit the 3rd floor of the high security Western Naval Command headquarters building in Mumbai. Remember, don’t point it at anything you’re not willing to destroy. Although, it was flag headquarters…
I’m just gonna leave this here:
Following the election of anti-gun Democrat Terry McAuliffe, Beretta has announced that it has eliminated Virginia from the short list of states to move its company, writes Emily Miller in the Washington Times. “The anti-gun ads that McAuliffe ran in northern Virginia were particularly offensive,” Jeff Reh, general counsel of Beretta USA, told Ms. Miller in an interview. Beretta has been looking for a location to relocate its Accokeek, Maryland factory to after radical gun control laws were rammed through last spring.
These are raw clips from cancelled Carnik Con episodes of 2012/2013. They are in no apparent order and will make absolutely no sense. This video should not be viewed by anyone.
I think Dugan needs to work on his G36 reload drill with the SxS magazines.