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Elaine Donnelly and Carl Mundy

General Carl E. Mundy, Jr., the 30th Commandant, was a man of character, a mentor, and a good friend I've known since 1994. On April 2 he died peacefully at home, surrounded by family, having struggled with a rare and aggressive form of cancer, Merkel cell carcinoma. His email updates describing the ups and downs of what was happening since his diagnosis last June reflected serenity and even a bit of humor as "Team Mundy" closed ranks.

Services scheduled for McDonald; Holder pushes more control

Services set Friday for gun rights hero as Holder pushes more control

American firearms owners will bid a final goodbye this Friday to gun rights hero Otis McDonald, icon of the landmark McDonald ruling on the Second Amendment, while Attorney General Eric Holder is stirring up a new flap over so-called “common sense” gun control measures that smack of electronic gun owner surveillance…


Article by Dave Workman


After Fast & Furious, Now Seeks “Gun-Tracking” Bracelets for Gun Owners
By Harold Hutchison

The Obama Administration has not given up on anti-Second Amendment schemes, and the latest one involves the tracking of gun owners. The reported method: Use of a special bracelet.



Before the M40 sniper rifle, there was the M1903A4, which served American troops in World War II and Korea.

The Gibbs M1903-A4 is built using original Remington-made World War II M1903-A3 actions and turned-down bolts, which Gibbs obtained large quantities of when it purchase the rifle division of Parker-Hale in the 1990's. Gibbs then utilizes new-made 4-groove barrels made identical to the originals. Each receiver is carefully drilled and tapped using replicas of the original "Redfield" rings and mounts and the 2nd Generation Gibbs 1903A4 M73G2 scope made by Hi-Lux/Leatherwood, an exact copy of the M73B1 scope, used on the 1st model M1903-A4's. Each barreled action has the original military parkerized finish with parkerized stock furniture, again, identical to the originals. The stocks are new-made "C" configuration with a linseed oil finish.


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Veteran Suicides Climbing
By Harold Hutchison

America is losing 23 veterans a day to suicide, and the problems have been getting worse in recent years. To put that number in perspective, the number per day translate to over 8300 veterans a year committing suicide.

According to a report by Breitbart News, the stats are staggering. The suicide rate has climbed by over 30% among active-duty military since 2008. A report covering suicides in 2011 noted that 301 suicides occurred among active-duty troops that year.

Theater Response Force Air Assault

Paratroopers assigned to 2nd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, recently conducted a mission to Tarin Kowt, Urugan province as part of their Theater Response Force mission. The TRF is a battalion sized quick reaction force tasked with providing the ability to deploy anywhere in Afghanistan and conduct operations on a moments notice.



Questions Raised After Second Mass Shooting in Five Years
By Harold Hutchison

Does a ban on carrying guns on military bases that has been in place for over 20 years need to be re-considered? That question is being debated in the wake of the second mass shooting at Fort Hood in five years, and the second mass shooting at a military installation in less than a year.

Underscoring the failings of 'gun control'

Seattle crime coverage underscores gun control failing

While Seattle police continue to investigate a fatal shooting downtown early Sunday morning, and hunt for the killer, a story posted on the Seattle P-I.com about another shooting several days ago underscores why a current push for a new gun law misses the mark.


Article by Dave Workman


Kel-Tec PMR-30

Slide and barrel are 4140 steel, frame is 7075 aluminum. Grip, slide cover, trigger, mag release, and safety levers are glass reinforced Nylon (Zytel), much like other Kel-Tec Pistols. Magazine is Also Zytel and holds 30 rounds, with round count ports. Other features include: dual opposing extractors for reliability, heel magazine release to aid in magazine retention, dovetailed aluminum front sight, Picatinny accessory rail under the barrel, Urethane recoil buffer, captive coaxial recoil springs. PMR30 disassembles for cleaning by removal of a single pin.