Articles published in November, 2010
Still time to save on Guns in South Carolina during their annual “Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday”
South Carolina’s controversial and annual “Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday” is back as of today, November 26, at 12:01 a.m. and will run through midnight Saturday, November 27.
If you haven’t guessed if you buy a handgun, rifle, or shotgun you’ll be able to skip the state’s 6% sales tax and any local county tax. But all gun accessories and ammunition won’t be subject to the discount.
If you need to know any of the nitty gritty check out this FAQ from the South Carolina Department of Revenue.
Friday, November 19, is National Ammo Day, a day when gun-owners are encouraged to purchase at least 100 rounds of ammunition. National Ammo Day is an annual BUYcott event, a grassroots demonstration of the numbers of committed American firearms owners. There are an estimated 75 MILLION gun owners in the United States of America. If each gun owner or Second Amendment supporter buys 100 rounds of ammunition, that’s 7.5 BILLION rounds in the hands of law-abiding citizens!
Ammo Day is based on the principle that there is strength in numbers. Consider this – when politicians see the amount of tax dollars generated through ammunition sales those politicians will be less inclined to pass restrictive legislation. Likewise, when millions of lawful firearms owners “vote with their pocketbooks” on Ammo Day, it demonstrates that supporters of the Second Amendment are serious, organized, and willing to spend money to protect their rights. That’s something anti-gun politicians can’t ignore
Conservative commentator Bill Whittle wants you to know what We the Teapole believe about gun control.
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1. Use the biggest gun you can find
Rifles are easier to get than crabs, but you can no more conceal a rifle than you can hide a hard-on from Rhianna. So get a handgun. A BIG handgun. ‘Cause that’s some scary ass shit. And the bigger the gun, the bigger the bullet (larger bullets are more stable in flight than small ones).
Also, handguns are like fine wine; they get more accurate once they’re fully broken in (as long as you don’t pamper them too much). A really big, really old gun is the perfect combo. Just make sure you don’t hold the gun too tightly; the recoil could really hurt!
2. Use the smallest gun you can find
The element of surprise always favors the guy with the small gun. If nothing else, they’re harder to see in the dark. The bullets from a small gun fuck you up just as bad as the bullets fired from a bigger gun, which are usually the same bullets anyway, so why not keep it on the down-low?
Remember: small guns don’t do jack unless you pull the trigger really hard and really fast and you’ve got a really hot load (a lot of powder and a large caliber bullet). A snub-nosed 38 (named after the year it was invented) firing .357′s is the ideal set-up. It make take a little extra effort to get the bullets in the gun, but it’s worth it!
3. Double up!
If you shoot two guns—one in each hand—you double the chances of hitting your target. While it might be cool to have two of the same guns like some Old West gunfighter, you’re much better off with two different types of guns: a revolver in one hand and a semi in the other. Revolvers never fail and semis never need reloading.
Don’t forget that different bullets do different things: small bullets go really fast and big bullets make huge holes. Fire both at the same time! Safe!
4. Cant the gun
Turn the gun sideways. Sure, you can’t use the sights when the gun’s tilted, but most combat shooters don’t use sights anyway (they call it “instinctive shooting” or “point shooting”). Besides, using the sights screws up your eye line. You want to be able to stare your victim in the eyes before you shoot them; sometimes they literally freeze with fear, making them an easy target.
5. Don’t practice
Training ranges are monitored by the ATF, FBI, DEA and CNBC via real-time video links to local and state police. Even worse: the signal’s processed by computers with advanced facial recognition software. If you practice at a gun range even once, the prosecution can use it as proof of premeditation.