Repost @gunfunnypodcast Shot off the last of the 300 blackout rounds I had. This little guy was a blast to shoot. I will say however, I’m not a huge fan of the shockwave brace. I know it’s not meant for shouldering, but it’s not so comfortable. Lol. #300blackout#cobaltkinetics#arpistol#guns#gunstagram
My SPLITFIX from @lunarconcepts arrived today. I ordered this one in Ranger Green and it showed up within just a few days.
I'll admit, it took me a hot second to figure out how to install, but using the pics on the LC page the light-bulb went off and I had it on there within a minute. So far, I like it a lot! -"Built specifically to fit the the SBA3 Brace only.
- "Designed to prevent the deformation of the SBA3’s rubber arm supports while in storage or transport." - www.http://lcequipped.com/
I really wanted this mount in my van so when I opened the pantry a AR was there😂 Great mount made by my buddy Josh @ic13arms. The Mount Up is compatible on all buffer tubes and locks for safe keeping. Also this soundtrack makes me want to play Super Mario Bros. The original. So pumped to try this new @primaryarms optic this weekend!
Shot off the last of the 300 blackout rounds I had. This little guy was a blast to shoot. I will say however, I’m not a huge fan of the shockwave brace. I know it’s not meant for shouldering, but it’s not so comfortable. Lol. #300blackout#cobaltkinetics#arpistol#guns#gunstagram
Fairfax, VA – -(Ammoland.com)- Hundreds of firearms retailers may have to close soon because a powerful Canadian tech company, Shopify, recently decided it was anti-gun and issued an ultimatum: Do business our way or not at all.
Spike’s Tactical, a Florida-based firearms manufacturer and retailer, is just one of the businesses who received an alarming email from its online store management platform, Shopify— a company used by more than 600,000 merchants that offers a one-stop shop for retail businesses by handling everything from website development and marketing, to inventory management, payments, and shipping.
Cole Leleux, General Manager of Spike’s Tactical, said a three-sentence email from Shopify was the only notice Spike’s Tactical received alerting them to a new change in Shopify’s “Acceptable Use Policy” that will now “restrict the sale of certain firearms and firearm parts.” Shopify Acceptable Use Policy
Shopify Acceptable Use Policy
According to an article by Ammoland.com, some of the new arbitrarily amended rules in Shopify’s policy “now include banning the sale of semi-automatic firearms that have an ability to accept a detachable magazine and are capable of accepting more than 10 rounds. Additionally, unfinished lower receivers are also prohibited, according to the new rules. Most of Spike’s Tactical’ s products include AR-15 parts and full rifles, which would fall under those new restrictions.” “It's just crazy to go from no firearm policy to no guns overnight,” said Leleux, “We’ve been sitting back quietly while google stops us from advertising— we can't advertise on Facebook, we can't advertise on Instagram. We are a legal business in this country and I can’t use the most popular platforms to advertise.” Aside from how Shopify’s new policy will affect his business, Leleux says what bothers him most is the hypocrisy. When deciding whether to contract with the company, Leleux says Shopify assured him it was firearm-friendly and he would have no problems. Shopify’s about-face came after Leleux spent $100,000 and signed the contract.
Bootleg Inc Upper Receiver and 9.2” Picmod Handguard. Also available in MLOK. Shop online and save at www.patriotdefensegear.com
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Gotta have a rail to go along with that upper from Bootleg Inc. Here is the 9.2" Handguard with the Keymod/Picmod combo!⠀
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My brother @cerakote_fanatics killed it on this build!!! To sick!! If your interested in any builds and cerakotes like this one let me know I’ll send you to the most bad ass dude in AZ to work on your firearms! #ARPistol#America#cerakote#cerakotethatshit#BadAss
ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — Minnesota set a record last year for the number of gun background checks the FBI conducted in the state.
More people are carrying guns than ever before, but the crime rate remains relatively low. WCCO’s Pat Kessler is looking at the numbers, and giving them a Reality Check.
We took a hard look at the numbers, and found: Minnesota has a high rate of gun ownership, and a relatively low rate of violent crime.
Minnesota’s violent crime rate hit a 50-year low in 2016, according to the FBI.
And in 2017, the state set a new record for firearms background checks.
The National Instant Criminal Background Check System reports it processed nearly 683,544 checks on gun buyers in 2017. That includes: 473,975 permits, 94,383 handguns and 125,516 long guns.
Minnesota set another 2017 record, too.
The State Department of Public Safety reports 283,188 Minnesotans now have permits to legally carry firearms in public.
In 2017, the state issued 57,651 permits to carry a weapon in public. That’s down from a record 71,156 permits issued in 2016.
There’s still a lot we don’t know about guns in Minnesota. An estimated 36.7 percent of Minnesotans own at least one firearm.
But we don’t know how many total guns there are in the state, or exactly how many gun owners there are, or how much ammunition is sold every year.
On July 6, Marlin Mack shot and killed a graduate student during an attempted restaurant robbery in Kansas City, Missouri. On July 15, after a nine-day manhunt, undercover officers from the KCMO PD spotted Mack at the swanky Sky Vue Motel.
KCPD Chief Rick Smith said, “He just popped up all of the sudden and engaged the officer.” Three police officers were shot trying to apprehend Mack at the hotel, who was later shot to death himself in another exchange of gunfire with police.
To no one’s surprise, Mack was a convicted felon with an extensive resume. “He needs to be warehoused until he is old and decrepit,” said Tulsa, Oklahoma, Police Sgt. Dave Walker in 2011. “He is matter of fact. He just sits there and has no conscious whatsoever, so those are the ones that will eventually kill somebody.” Walker was talking about then 17-year-old Mack after he used a MAC-10 machine pistol in a violent attack and robbery of a woman in front of her children and then tried to kill the man who called police. Tulsa police called Mack one of Tulsa’s most dangerous robbers.
And yet, according to FOX4, Mack was able to purchase the firearm he used against the police after passing a NICS background check.
The day before the KCMO police officers were shot, Mack bought the gun he used in the shooting at The Armory KC gun store in Independence. He passed the FBI background check even though he was a convicted felon. FOX4 has learned that failure of the FBI allowed Mack to trade a high value pistol for a much more powerful gun: an AK-47 handgun.
FOX4 reached out to the FBI, but they were apparently too busy to address the situation. The ATF provided the following statement: “ATF continues to investigate the circumstances surrounding how Mr. Mack obtained a firearm. This is an ongoing criminal investigation, so we are unable comment on the specifics of this case until the investigation is concluded.” Once again, another failure of the FBI’s background check system. The very system that those who wish to strip us of our rights want to expand in order to eliminate “loopholes.” We’re on the edge of our seats waiting for a full and complete explanation.
@seekinsprecision_official build with the @sb.tactical SBPDW Brace. Normally $299.99, now on sale for only $239.99.
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So much for the safety of the children. ————————————————————————Pollack’s sister, Meadow, was one of the 17 fatalities.
Pollack spoke to Breitbart News on August 12, 2018, and said he was personally disgusted with the Broward County School Board. He explained his frustration, saying, “For example, they just built a new weight room, but denied to have metal detectors at the school’s entry point. When did having a weight room, and lifting weights, become more important than if your children will make it home at the end of the day?” He added, “They ordered metal detectors then they flip-flopped on that decision. They went from ‘Yes’ to ‘No’, and that just utterly disgusts me. Kids could sneak in knives and guns just like they could before the shooting happened.” On August 9, 2018, the Sun-Sentinel reported, “The board pledged to install metal detectors at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, site of the massacre, by the first day of school, which will be Wednesday, but Superintendent Robert Runcie wrote a letter to parents last week saying there were too many complications, including expected long lines and staffing problems.” Pollack and his father, Andrew Pollack, have undertaken a relentless campaign for school safety in the months since Meadow’s death. They have also been pursuing accountability.
People from class and the shop have been asking what I carry daily, so figured I’d take a minute and post up what I have on me daily. First up is the @veritas_tactical pistol I had built for me, with the @lawtactical folder on it it folds up and fits perfectly in my @vertx_official commuter sling. Followed up by a @bastinelliknives blackbird folding karambit that lives in my back pocket. Up front I carry the @havocworks Runt off center. Also always on me is my @streamlightinc microstream (Can you tell I’ve had it awhile?) and my @leathermantools Wave. Topped off with my preferred conceal carry handgun which is a Compact 2.0 made by @smithwessoncorp with a Streamlight TLR7 on it. I’ve tagged the companies that make these products not because I get free stuff, which I don’t, but because I order from them professionally or personally. I’ve used and AM using their stuff and have been in some cases for years. I’ve spent a lot of time and more importantly a lot of money finding equipment that not only works, but lasts. Go give em all a follow and look at their gear. They’re all things worth having, especially if it’s something you plan on betting your life on. Oh. And all the Kydex in this picture was done by me. I make ok stuff sometimes too. #veritastactical#arpistol#guninabag#vertx#vertxcommuter#lawfolder#bastinelliknives#karambit#kali#escrima#streamlight#tlr7#microstream#leathermanwave#havocworks#556#223#9mm#concealcarry#concealedcarry#customar#customkydex#customholster#customknife#edcporn#tortugahardcases#orlandoholstercompany
We have two models of Glock 43 Barrels. One is a four fluted X-Pattern design that allows the slide to contact the round portion of the barrel and not the flutes. Our other model is the same barrel with no flutes. Many asked for a plane barrel on the 43, so we wanted to offer that as a cheaper option. Hope you all are loving these barrels as a lot has gone into such a small item🇺🇸
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