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Firearms Tips and Techniques for Beginners: Unloading an AK

Firearms Tips and Techniques for Beginners: Unloading an AK

This episode of Firearms Tips and Techniques for Beginners shows you basic procedures that should enable you to unload most modern civilian defense rifles. This video features an AK pattern rifle, but the basics apply to just about every model. Tags: featured, firearms tips and techniques, rifle

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Firearms Tips and Techniques for Beginners: Basic Rifle Information

Firearms Tips and Techniques for Beginners: Basic Rifle Information

This episode of Firearms Tips and Techniques for Beginners talks about rifles. You’ll learn about the basic parts of most civilian defense rifles like an AK-47 or AR-15 rifle, as well as why I believe most Americans should own a defense rifle before they purchase a handgun. You will want to have watched some of […]

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A Major Setback: Prvi Partizan 7.62x39mm Soft Point Ammunition Problems

A Major Setback: Prvi Partizan 7.62x39mm Soft Point Ammunition Problems

Tens of millions of AK-47 pattern rifles have been made and sold throughout the world. Shooters will benefit from this economy of scale: parts, ammunition, and accessories are widely available. There has been a big hiccup thanks to Obama’s re-election and the latest anti-gun campaigns in the US, but even now you can buy practice […]

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Fighting Further Gun Control: Week Four

Fighting Further Gun Control: Week Four

This week the article is personal — Minnesota is about to have a “firearm safety committee” by well-known anti-gun politician House Public Safety Committee Chairman Michael Paymar. As usual, any time firearms are brought up as a public safety, public health, or “save the children” initiative it is usually bullshit. Many anti-gun advocates will hide […]

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Fighting Further Gun Control: Week Three

Fighting Further Gun Control: Week Three

On Wednesday, January 16 2013 President Barack Obama released his proposed executive orders to “deal” with gun violence. As I wrote a few weeks ago, most of what gun control advocates propose has little to nothing to do with curbing mass murders such as the school shooting in Connecticut. Those educated on current and past […]

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Fighting Further Gun Control: Week One

Fighting Further Gun Control: Week One

If the rumors are true, then California Senator Dianne Feinstein will propose the most sweeping firearms control in the history of the American continent. Depending on when you read this article, she may already have. What We’re Facing Based on her own Web site, Feinstein may attempt to introduce legislation regulating any or all of […]

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The Predictable But Still Interesting Post-Election Surge of Ammunition and Magazine Sales

The Predictable But Still Interesting Post-Election Surge of Ammunition and Magazine Sales

Election day, November 6, 2012. At 10:09 PM CST Sedagive? and I were convinced Obama was going to be re-elected to President of the United States. 10:11 PM CST I completed an order of ammunition to SG Ammo for 2200 rounds of ammunition: 1000 rounds of practice ammunition for our rifles, 1000 rounds of practice […]

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Just One 2012 Edition

Just One 2012 Edition

Two and a half years ago, we played the “Just one” game with some friends and family, and I wrote about it here on Gibberish. The premise is simple: it’s the apocalypse, and you can only choose one item from each of the following: Shirt Shoes Album Photo Book Weapon Remember, only one thing from […]

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How to make your own desiccant packs

How to make your own desiccant packs

“Rust never sleeps.” Such a simple phrase, but something that makes firearms owners worry. Firearm collectors lament the cosmetic damage done by surface rust, but those of us who also own guns for self-defense have more practical worries. The last thing I want to think about if I ever have to defend myself with a […]

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