Thursday, November 28, 2013

Black Rifle Raffle & Sales: III Arms

Jim Miller is offering the only remaining original "Minuteman 15" .223/5.56 NATO rifle from III Arms Company to benefit the Citadel and the 527.  The link will go live at noon tomorrow, here and at several supportive websites. 

Tickets are $20/each, no limit on quantity.  The drawing will be made on Christmas Day.

Ammo By The Pound: Starts At Midnight


Caliber Estimated Weight Estimated Rounds Quantity **Delivered Price
9mm - Brass 26 Pounds 900 Rounds Many $169
40 S&W - Brass 24 Pounds 650 Rounds Some $139
45 ACP - Brass 22 Pounds 450 Rounds Many $139
45 ACP - Steel 22 Pounds 450 Rounds Many $129
380 ACP - Brass 23.5 Pounds 1150 Rounds Rare $249
22 LR 14 Pounds 2100 Rounds Some $99
357 Magnum 17 Pounds 500 Rounds Rare $175
38 Special 20 Pounds 600 Rounds Rare $149
5.56x45 - Brass 12 Pounds 440 Rounds Few $111
*7.62x39 22 Pounds 750 Rounds Many $119
*7.62x54r 20 Pounds 375 Rounds Few $69
*308 Win 27 Pounds 475 Rounds Few $179
5.7x28 12 Pounds 775 Rounds Rare $309

What's Ammo by the Pound?

Please keep in mind - these products will be available for purchase at midnight (EST) Friday morning. Due to a limited number of each caliber available, we are asking that shooters limit their order to just one ammocan of each caliber for this special promotion. Thank you for your understanding!

Our customer service team has been getting a ton of calls from folks asking for Black Friday deals. Well, we can't blame anybody looking to save a few bucks. The problem is, the way this year's ammo market has gone, there isn't much out there we can offer a steep discount on when it comes to ammo.

Then, it hit us: A way for us to offer ammo at a steep discount for shooters and not have to fight off debt collectors to do it.

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Sweden - Muslim Rape Epidemic

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Straight Answers


Syria Rebels: "They fire randomly to force Christians to leave,"


Much of the shelling in recent weeks has centered on Christian-majority areas in the Old City, where many residents now barricade themselves at home and schools are half empty. Businessmen say sales have plunged, because people no longer dare to go out.

"Shells have become part of our everyday life," said Jean Nahhas, an 18-year-old business administration student who lives in the predominantly Christian area of Qassaa, which has been particularly hard hit by the shelling.

Nahhas, whose uncle was killed in shelling a month ago, said he and other Syrians have established a routine, going home early and calling to check on family and friends after each explosion.

Assad retains strong support in the capital, particularly among minority sects including Christians, Alawites, Druse and Shiites, making them likely targets. Foreign embassies and schools also are frequently hit. Rebels are overwhelmingly from the country's Sunni majority sect, and Christians are convinced that Islamic extremists among the fighters are deliberately targeting their neighborhoods.

More @ Townhall

Obama, Oprah, media to blame for black mobs: Rev. Jesse Lee Peterson warns, 'Hatred for whites is reinforced and encouraged'


Did you ever imagine that, in America, groups of black thugs would attack unsuspecting whites? Did you ever think the first black president and Oprah Winfrey would encourage division and hatred between races?

In today’s America, that’s the unfortunate reality.

In what many tamely call the “knockout game,” black teenagers target whites to attack them without provocation. The aim is to knock the victim unconscious with one blow. Man, woman, young or old – it doesn’t matter – these thugs do not care.

Authorities have reported violent attacks in New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., Connecticut and Illinois. There have been at least four recent fatalities.

In New York City, police said they’ve had seven “knockout” incidents this fall. Some of the attackers specifically targeted Jewish people, including an assault on a 78-year-old woman. In New Haven, Conn., police are investigating six attacks in just the past month.

Mayor Michael Nutter of Philadelphia has warned that “knockout game” suspects would face charges ranging from aggravated assault to third-degree murder. “We will catch you. You’ll be prosecuted, and your life will be changed dramatically.”

More @ WND

Father of knife-wielding suspect that attacked police officers calls his death “murder”


42-year-old Michael Habay slipped on motocross armor and allegedly armed himself with a pair of knives (pictured above) when Boulder Police came to check on the welfare of his live-in girlfriend after neighbors saw him with the knives, and heard him making threats. When a police entry team breached the door, Habay allegedly charged, and was deflected by the police point man carrying a ballistic shield. Habay then charged a second officer, who shot and killed him.

Habay’s father has taken issue with the shooting.

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Another Company Leaves Anti-Gun Colorado; Maverick Ammo Announces Move to WY


Gun, ammo and accessory makers continue to flee from anti-gun states. Another company has announced they will be leaving the state of Colorado.

Maverick Ammunition, who also does business as Ammo Kan, will be leaving Colorado for Laramie, WY.

According to a report from the Laramie Boomerang,

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NFL Rejects Super Bowl Commercial from Gun Company

The NFL has rejected a commercial submitted by firearm manufacturer Daniel Defense for the 2014 Super Bowl.

Daniel Defense manufactures rifles on the AR-15 platform, but the commercial did not even mention Daniel Defense products. Instead, Guns & Ammo says the commercial "focused on themes of personal protection and fundamental rights." 

The Super Bowl will air on FOX, and FOX says they could not accept the commercial "due to the rules of the NFL itself" regarding firearm-related businesses.

The NFL's prohibited advertising categories include, but are not limited to, "contraceptives," "fireworks," "distilled spirits and flavored malt beverages," "tobacco," and "firearms, ammunition, or other weapons."

As Guns & Ammo noted, the "firearms portion of the NFL’s Prohibited Advertising Categories states":
5. Firearms, ammunition or other weapons are prohibited; however, stores that sell firearms and ammunitions (e.g., outdoor stores and camping stores) will be permitted, provided they sell other products and the ads do not mention firearms, ammunition or other weapons.

Guns & Ammo noted that "according to these guidelines, Daniel Defense’s Super Bowl commercial does not violate NFL policy for two reasons":

Daniel Defense has a brick-and-mortar store, where they sell products other than firearms such as apparel.

More @ Breitbart

57' Chevy Bike

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Suddenly, it's 'bigoted' to be Swedish


In the drive for Scandinavian culture to utterly annihilate itself as fast as possible, let it never be said that art galleries and institutions failed to do their part.

Oslo’s “New Nordic Art” website (as an example) reveals that “Nordic” has evolved to mean any person with absolutely no genetic, historic, cultural or especially religious connection to the region itself. Proof of the native purge is the list of artists from “Costa Rica, China, Israel, France, Palestine, Haiti/Switzerland, USA, UK, Lebanon and Japan.” Featured artists “reside” in Norway at some point, which is fine, but they seem to have entirely eclipsed anyone with a Norwegian grandmother.

Why the serious snub of indigenous Scandinavians?

More @ WND

Immediately surrender your rifle and/or shotgun to your local police

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Top US hospital laying off staff due to Obamacare

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Top US hospital laying off staff due to Obamacare

The Cleveland Clinic, which is ranked among the top four U.S. hospitals, is making layoffs and cutting its budget more than $100 million as a direct result of the Affordable Care Act, the Daily Caller has learned.

“The cuts for 2014, about half of those are related to the Affordable Care Act…We anticipate a reduction in workforce,” Cleveland Clinic executive director of communications Eileen Sheil said in an interview with TheDC.

The Cleveland Clinic is reducing its 2014 budget by $330 million.