December 26, 2013

Gov. Nikki Haley posts pic of her Christmas present. Leftist heads explode. [Darleen Click]

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The comments on the Twitter post includes the usual anti-gun hysteria — she doesn’t “need” the gun, she’ll end up killing some one else — and the always popular Leftwinger wish towards non-leftists:

How special!

Posted by Darleen @ 11:57am
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Comments (34)

  1. Love and compassion, Progressive-style.

  2. That feller wants God to shoot Himself? How stupid! God is faster than a speeding Superman.

  3. Can God create a gun so powerful that he can shoot himself?

  4. Santa brought me a nespresso machine and I’m a use it on myself

  5. Reason # 45,391 why I’ve had it with the so-called “tolerant” crowd. Not even worth engaging any more.

  6. Ya know, I’m a startin’ to think they don’t like us much…Don’t know what to do bout that zactly *spit* Gots me Bessie here though and damn if we’ll let thisn live long when shit starts.

    Honestly, I almost want it to start. In a way? it has already, all we can truly hope for is that the murderous bastards are ostracised by their own before it gets too out of hand.

    Yeah, like that thar will ever happen * spit *

  7. She must not have been nice for Santa to have left a Beretta.

  8. I finally got mr 12 gauge “adjusted” to where it consistently runs 2 3/4 ” shells (this was done by firing several about thirty five 3″ shells) . The tube fits six of them. The gunsmith won’t be straight with me on hwether a magazine extension would be legal or not due to the import rules. (And it’s a turkish semi-auto, a poor man’s benelli M2 knock off) but I’d like to go up to eight someday. Sadly our laws are nuts.

  9. 6 in the mag and 1 in the chamber? That should be plenty for everything this side of WRoL/Zombie Apocalypse.

    And if it’s either of the latter, import rules won’t apply anymore, will they?

  10. She must not have been nice for Santa to have left a Beretta

    Excuse me, but my M9 would like to have a word with you outside.

  11. Sorry , it’s currently 5+1 . six total. It came with a hunting plug to get it to three in the tube for legal hunting and one choke though the carton says I should have three. Not that I’m going to choke it.

  12. I’m not gonna make a hi-point joke. Not me.

  13. 5+1 is still pretty good. I get it though, when the Fit hits the Shan, you want as many “bullets” as you can get.

  14. She must not have been nice for Santa to have left a Beretta

    Excuse me, but my M9 would like to have a word with you outside.

    I’m more of a Sig guy but Beretta makes some nice pieces. I figure she got what she asked “Santa” for.

  15. A 16 round 9mm double stack in compact form seems like a pretty nice pistol to me.

  16. Excuse me, but my M9 would like to have a word with you outside.

    Bayonet or pistol ? If the latter, I’ll wear a heavy shirt and bring a 1911.

  17. Bayonet or pistol ? If the latter, I’ll wear a heavy shirt and bring a 1911

    One of those guys, huh? “If it wasn’t designed in the 19th century, it’s not a real gun”.

    15+1 vs 7+1, pal.

  18. It is actually 8+1 with any modern magazine. If you like the M9, fine, but having had to lug one around in a former life, to me it is fiddly to maintain, and an ergonomic nightmare. There is a reason 1911s have been around for over 100 years, and it isn’t nostalgia.

  19. Or, you know, buy a double-stack 1911. My ultra-compact hi-cap Springfield holds 12+1.

  20. I try not to be stupid enough to get into situations where 25 rounds of .45 ACP would be insufficient.

  21. Actually, I can’t deny all the advantages an M1911 brings vs. an M9. Having never carried a pistol around full time, nor been in combat, I’m sure my perspective is different from some one who has done both.

    Plus, being a CA gun owner, I can’t take advantage of the double-stack magazine anyways.

    I’ve had my M9 (the commercial version) for six months now and I like it. It’s been easy to maintain, fun to shoot and (so far) has been 100% reliable. Plus, 9mm ammo seems to be easier to find and cheaper than .45 or 40S&W. For Christmas, the wife surprised me with an ammo can filled with 550 rounds of 9mm (at about 28 cents a round). That’s a lot of range time to look forward to in early 2014.

  22. I’m more of a Sig guy but Beretta makes some nice pieces

    I looked hard at the P226 as well, but the higher price was just out of my range. Nice gun, though.

  23. A while back, somebody linked the story of a cop in the chicago metro area (I think) who switched from a .45 Glock to a 9mm Glock because the perp just would not give up the fight and go down, despite taking a half dozen or so hits to center mass. After the incident the officer made the tactical decision that the ability to keep fighting was more important than stopping power.

  24. Ernst, I agree with the cop, but only because he’s a cop. Someone desperate enough to shoot at/start a gunfight with a cop is desperate enough to want to see it through. That normally doesn’t apply to us civilians. We can’t arrest him, so he’ll just run away.

    At least that’s what my review of shootings seems to suggest. Lots more shots fired when the cops are involved.

  25. Moss Pawn and Gun : Gun Gripes #66 :The Caliber Question

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zgz7jTja9As

  26. Gun Gripes #66 :The Caliber Question

    The never ending debate.

  27. Kind of a useless debate, you ask me. Too subjective. Definitely NOT in the category of “good for one, good for all”.

  28. That normally doesn’t apply to us civilians. We can’t arrest him, so he’ll just run away.

    I wouldn’t bet my life on that. And I’m guessing neither will you.

    Just to avoid any unnceccesary misunderstanding, I’m not advocating for or against any particular weapon or caliber. For me, this is an interesting hypothetical, and I pray that it ever remains so.

  29. Jim in KC,

    Your avatar – is that the shop in Columbia ?

  30. NR, how much you want to bet that not one of those people registering in CT has read 1930′s German history?

  31. Jan 1, 2014, CA adds long guns to the serial number tracked registry that currently is only used for handguns. For new purchases only. No registration required for existing long guns. For now.

    But I am quite sure there will never ever be a crisis or “emergency” that will require the state to reluctantly use that registry to track down and collect our weapons for our own safety. /sarcasm

  32. I guess that means if you feel like you need a long gun, and you don’t want the state to readily know about it, you’d better pick it up this weekend, eh?

  33. California also banned lead ammo to be in full effect by 2019. So I guess tungsten and copper and plasti-shot is the word.

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