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THE DARK CLOUD FROM THE MIDTERMS

Is I-594 The First Warning?
By Harold Hutchison

Supporters of the Second Amendment can justifiably celebrate many achievements from 4 November: Gun-grabbers were turned out of the Senate, and the new Senate that takes office in January will block Barack Obama’s anti-gun judicial nominees. They even have reason to celebrate the defeat of some gun-grabbing gubernatorial candidates. But after a well-deserved pat on the back for the successes, it is time to take a sober look at a threat.

Will a law banning semi-autos, like this M1A be next in Washington state?

ANOTHER RUSSIAN INCURSION INTO UKRAINE

Tanks, Trucks, Cross Border
By SOF

At least a battalion of Russian tanks has entered into the eastern part of the Ukraine, raising concerns about the ability of the September cease-fire to hold.

The Wild Chase Lion vs. Bear.

AH-64 Apache - Agility Demo & Firing Rockets

Boeing AH-64 Apache - The U.S. Army is the primary operator of the AH-64, however it has also become the primary attack helicopter of several nations it has been exported to, including the United Kingdom, Israel, Japan, and the Netherlands. U.S. AH-64s have served in conflicts in Panama, Persian Gulf War, Afghanistan, and Iraq. Several coalition allies have deployed their AH-64s in Afghanistan and Iraq.

The end is best

TWO TERRORIST BIGWIGS WHACKED

Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula Targeted in Strike
By SOF Editor

A senior leader of the Yemeni affiliate of al-Qaeda, who had a $100,000 bounty on his head from the United States government, and an area commander of that affiliate were killed in a strike earlier this week.

HIDE A SAFE IN PLAIN SIGHT

Book Safe
Hide your valuables in plain sight with this heavy duty book safe from Collector's Armory! This book safe features a sturdy metal construction and blends right into any bookshelf.

Set your own 3-digit combination lock code so that only you have access to your valuables when needed. Secure your cash, documents, jewelry, gun, and other valuables.

The Navy SEAL Who Shot Bin Laden Is: Rob O'Neill From Butte Montana

The Navy SEAL Who Shot Bin Laden Is:  Rob O'Neill From Butte Montana

The Navy SEAL who killed Osama Bin Laden's Identity has gone viral before the scheduled 11 Nov two hour interview with Fox News.

O'Neill, the reports say, is angry because of the treatment he has had since he retired from the military.

He and his father have been sending bold statements, tweeting and otherwise making it clear that O'Neill is not a bit scared of ISIS or becoming their target.

DARWINISM OR MACABRE

DARWINISM OR MACABRE

DARWIN AWARD OF THE MILLENNIUM
Turkish Hair Removal Company Uses Khalid Sheih Mohammed as the Ideal Model Candidate for its Hair Removal product.

Their slogan "The hair will not go away because you keep waiting,"
The Monster Murderer is being held in Guantanamo Bay, waiting and waiting and waiting.

RUSSIAN KAMIKAZES

Report Details How Soviets Would Have Attacked American Carriers
By SOF Editor

A paper from the Naval War College by a former Soviet naval officer has revealed how the Soviets planned to target American aircraft carriers. This look carried some surprising revelations, particularly about the hybrid of influences from Axis powers in World War II.

In the paper, Maksim Y. Tokarev wrote due to an inability to match American carriers “for both economic and political reasons, the Soviet Navy had to create some system that could at least deter the U.S. Navy carrier task forces from conducting strikes against the naval, military, and civilian infrastructure and installations on the Kola and Kamchatka Peninsulas, Sakhalin Island, and the shoreline around the city of Vladivostok.”

NATO's Ballistic Missile Defense

MIXED RESULTS FOR GUN RIGHTS

Billionaire Gun-Grabbers Win in Washington, But Anti-Gunners Defeated in Senate Races
By Harold Hutchison

The mid-term elections held on 4 November were a mixed bag for supporters of the Second Amendment. While major victories included the demotion of anti-gun Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) to Senate Minority Leader, there were also some significant setbacks.

Anti-gun Senators like Mark Udall (D-CO), Kay Hagan (D-NC), and Mark Pryor (D-AR) were turned out by pro-Second Amendment voters in favor of Cory Gardner (pictured), Thom Tillis, and Tom Cotton, respectively. Anti-gun Senator Mary Landrieu (D-LA) was hed to 42% and faces a runoff in December that she is expected to lose (support NRA-PVF to make sure!). Anti-gun candidates running for Senate seats in Iowa (Bruce Braley), Kentucky (Alison Lundergan Grimes), and Montana (Amanda Curtis) were also defeated by pro-Second Amendment candidates. The news was not all good in the Senate, as gun-grabber Mark Warner (D-VA) lead Ed Gillespie by about 12,000 votes as of Wednesday morning, and anti-gun Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) also held on.

AIMPOINT COMP C3

Light and compact sight for extreme accuracy and speed

Despite its small size, the CompC3 can withstand the recoil of the most powerful magnum rifles.

With its compact size and light weight, it is perfectly suited for fast-handling rifles and shotguns. The CompC3 mounts with a single 30 mm ring, which gives even greater weight savings over longer sights.

Marine Corps Shifts Gears From Sustained Combat in Afghanistan to Rapid Crises Force

What Next For the Marines?

From a Long Sustained Combat Mission, the Crises Reaction Force is Back to Its Amphibious Roots

"If the Wolf Sniffs At the Door, We Will Be All Over It,"

MAXPEDITION SPATHA LAPTOP BAG

No chord is left behind with Maxpedition® laptop bags, featuring padded protection for your laptop and checkpoint friendly designs that make traveling a breeze. The Spatha™ features organized pockets to give your electronics and gear a home and internal loop field for attaching Maxpedition Hook-&-Loop accessories.

MARINE SCORES BACK TO BACK PERFECTION

Marine Scores Back-to-Back Possibles
By SOF Editor

Perfection is hard to obtain when on the shooting range. However, one Marine Corps Gunnery Sergeant has managed to achieve perfect scores on the range twice in less than three months.