Saturday, April 06, 2013

Superglue always works for me


Butt..... butt..... butt...... aw hell, never mind.

Uh-uh. YOU try and take it away from her.

Thank God for a breezy day. Or updrafts. Whatever.

Army Strong

Mom emailed me these pictures today. These bricks are laid around the flagpole at the VA clinic in Modesto. Pops, me, and my two brothers.

80% AR Lower Receivers -

                              Ensuring freedom from tyranny, oppression and subjectification

I am pleased to announce a new business venture for affordable 80% AR lowers. These high quality lowers are being produced by III Percent Patriots whom I have met and trust with my life.
I have seen, handled and inspected one myself and can personally attest to the workmanship of this product.
With the scarcity of parts due to panic buying, the timing of this venture couldn't be better.

From their website, I'd like to present Model S:

The Model S is a premium R7075-T6 billet, 3D formed with progressive forging process, followed by 4-Axis CNC machiningwith a fully broached magazine well. This model follows the “standard” mil-spec shape with a strengthened buffer tube.

The Model X is a premium R7075-T6 billet, with radial compression, followed by a more extensive 4-Axis CNC machining with a fully broached magazine well. This is modernized shape with an industrial feel and a strengthened buffer tube.

For more information regarding production, pricing, instructions on how to complete your lower, the team involved and how to contact them, please visit their website at

I will be posting videos from them as they come available. Also, links will be posted on my sidebar for future reference.

ATF Seeks 'Massive' Database of Personal Info: 'Assets, Relatives, Associates and More'

A recent solicitation from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) reveals that the agency is seeking a "massive" online database capable of pulling up individuals' personal information, connections and associates.
On March 28, ATF posted the notice on, entitled "Investigative System."  The solicitation was updated on April 5 with a few minor changes.
The document says that the system will be utilized by staff "to provide rapid searches on various entities for example; names, telephone numbers, utility data and reverse phone look-ups, as a means to assist with investigations, and background research on people, assets and businesses."
The system is described as a "massive online data repository system that contains a wide variety of data sources both historically and current that can be utilized in support of investigations and backgrounds."
The overview of the solicitation states:
Staff will utilize "a number of internal databases as well as external sources to provide timely and relevant information and intelligence products to law enforcement agencies at the federal, state and local levels."
The system "provides a means to rapidly check records across the country" and is "necessary in assisting investigators, agents and analyst to find people, their assets, relatives, associates and more."
The ATF says they will use this system to provide information to Intelligence Analysts, Special Agents, Inspectors, Financial Investigators and Law Enforcement.
The investigative system will allow ATF to "obtain exact matches from partial source data searches such as, incomplete social security numbers, address, VIN numbers, etc."
The system will also have the ability to "link structured and unstructured data to find connection points between two or more individuals."


Fuck you, it ain't none of your fucking business what my assets are, who my friends are or what my fucking telephone number is.
If I won't give that information out to a stranger on the street, what in the hell makes you think you, an unconstitutional agency, needs to have it?
And if you have a problem with me saying so, come knock on my door.

My fishing preps and top picks

Concerning my fishing/survival preps, a reader emailed and asked what was in my fishing gear preps.
Everything. I'm a fisherman. I have more fucking fishing gear than I have hunting gear. I have trout gear, bass gear and I have catfishing gear. I have 3 trout rod and reels, 6 or seven bass outfits and a medium/heavy catfishing outfit. I have a tacklebox dedicated to topwater lures, one for crankbaits, one for spinners, one for plastics and jigs and that's just my bass gear. I also have a box for trout gear as well as one for baitfishing.
I also have a couple of flyrods - one for streams and one for lakes. I have 3 fly boxes, one for dry flies, one for nymphs and another for streamers.

If I had to pick 3 flies that I absolutely knew I could catch trout on, it would be #8 black or olive woolybuggers, #12 elk hair caddis and #12 San Juan worms.

Three lures would be silver Kastmasters, yellow Roostertails, and brown Mepps for bass and trout.

Three plastics? I'd pick electric blue 6" worms, brown or motor oil lizards, and crawdads for bass.

As far as live bait goes, it's worms, hands down. All fish eat worms.

Obviously, your choices may be different depending on your area, but these are the ones that I'd pick for my area.

If you're not a fisherman I would suggest going to a bait shop, talk to the owner and explain what you're doing and ask his advice on the matter.

Dressing small game

Today I'm going to tell you how to skin out and prepare a squirrel, small coon, or rabbit for eating. We're not concerned about saving the hide, just unzipping that motherfucker for dinner, so there's no diagram needed. If you can't follow these simple instructions without a diagram you're too fucking stupid to be around firearms anyways.

Take your dead critter and lay it belly down. Cut off it's little footsies at the knees. If it has a long tail, lop it off. Cut the head off later. Pinch the skin up and make a cut across the back from side to side at the bottom of the ribcage between the meat and the skin, no need to cut across the belly. Stick your index and bird fingers under the skin, raise it up to your chest and pull the hide away from the meat taking care to keep the fur from touching the meat as much as possible. Rabbits skin out easily, coon and squirrel take more effort. Cut off the head now.
Now you should be looking at a nekkid animal. Flip it over on to it's back. Take the tip of your knife and poke it under the skin at the pelvis being careful not to penetrate the intestines because that nasty shit will flat fuck up your meat. Cut up to the ribcage, grab the animal and dump the guts into the sink, cut the diaphragm and then reach up into the chest cavity with a couple of fingers and pull out the heart and lungs and anything else that might be attached. Your final step is to cut away any bloodshot meat, the anus, genitals and glands on the haunches. Do not penetrate the glands - better to cut too deep and lose a little meat than to poke them and fuck it all up.
Rinse the carcass thoroughly, washing away any offal or hair that might be left. Dispose of the hide and guts and clean your sink completely using bleach before your old lady gets home.
DO NOT let your dogs eat any of the guts - parasites can be a killer for them.
To remove any gamey taste in the meat, I like to soak the carcasses in milk overnight before cooking, but in a survival situation this isn't practical.

There you have it - the whole operation (minus the retching) can be performed by a complete novice in less than 10 minutes.

1960s hippie Social Security card listed on eBay

Cocksuckers burn their draft cards and then carry around shit like this.

As far as I'm concerned, the draft was bullshit anyways. A young man should voluntarily join the service of his choice if for no other reason than to repay his Nation for the Rights and opportunities that he has. It's a moral obligation, you know?

Gotta be California (again)



Another "Aw Fuck" moment in time


Friday, April 05, 2013

I should've known better

The Whiney L'l Bitch has a son that just started in our warehouse and today I asked what his name is.
"Holden" WLB replied.
"Holden? That's kinda gay, man. Why'd you name him that?"
"Because when he was born he was holdin' his nuts."
Of course. How silly of me to ask.

Survival fishing

Fishing Tackle in Your Prep Kit
Fishing can be a very effective way to sustain yourself in a survival situation, and can take up very little space in a prep kit if you want it to.  Although a full fishing setup is optimal, you can get away with the bare essentials if you need to.  There are a couple of key things you will want to consider when packing your prep kit for survival.

1.  Fishing Line  -  There is a plethora of different fishing lines out on the market.  Monofilament fishing line is your standard fishing line.  It has a couple attributes which are bad for prepping and fishing in general, the number one being, it has a shelf life of about 2 years, and can be much less depending on how much sun exposure it gets.   It also floats, so if your bait/fly/lure doesn't sink, it will land on the meniscus of the water, and any light rays passing through your line will throw a shadow underneath which can spook some fish.  And if it does sink, monofilament fishing line has a much different translucency than water.  To a fish, it can look like a drinking straw is coming off your hook in the right conditions.  The line you want is Fluorocarbon Fishing line.  It lasts for hundreds of years, with or without sun exposure.  It sinks without weight, and accurately matches the translucency of water.  Pound for pound, it's much better than monofilament, but it cost about 3 times more.  8lb test is a good standard for most of North America, but a range of different lines is optimal.  I know that's some techy shit just for fishing line, but every little bit matters when it comes to winning.

2.  Hooks -  Choose your hooks wisely. Gamakatsu fine wire octopus hooks in a size 12 will hook just about any fish besides pike and muskie. Bad hooks will corrode over time and use. Good hooks will last a long long time and allow you to re sharpen them. Your best pair of wire snips will not cut a good fishing hook.  I've tried them all, Daiiche, Tiemco, MFC, Umpqua, Owner, Etc...  Gamakatsu is by far the best.  The Japanese really know their steel.

3.  Knots -  Knowing your knots is essential, not just for fishing, but survival in general.  You can easily carry any purpose knots you know for fishing into a survival situation easily.  For instance a  Perfection loop used for rigging lines, is that same knot you would use for making a snare.  The knots you use can also be detrimental to the quality or your fishing rig.  A simple (double over hand knot) for instance, cuts the breaking strength of your line in half as opposed to a perfection loop which serves the same purpose but only cuts the breaking strength by 5%. 

4. Rod/ Reel - What you need for this is going to depend on what you're fishing.  If you're fishing a small stream or pond, hand lining is simple and effective.  If you're fishing a river you will need a rod and reel of some sort for quick retrieval and corrections. And for a lake you will need distance, and a long rod comes in handy there.  Poles and reels are things you can usually fashion out of stuff around you, but it's tough to beat having a real rod and reel when you need it.  Obviously something that breaks down small is best, but most fishing rods break easily, and I think its necessary to understand how to get by without one.  Taking a thin 6' Branch at fastening some kind of loop to the end of it will give you the lever needed to set the hook, and learning to use your hands in place of a reel with a drag will come quickly after practice.  You can use an empty pop can as a reel spool in a pinch.

5.  Bait -  Bait is as important as everything else, I just thought of it last.  Learn how to fly fish.  Although it's not as simple as hand lining, and the technique is much more difficult than regular spin fishing,  the Technology behind it is stone age.  Yes, a Rapala or a Mepps will catch fish too, but a well versed Fly Fisherman that understands the basic entomology of lakes and rivers will catch more fish more places.  These are the basic food types of freshwater fish of North America.  Caddis, Mayflies, Stoneflies, Terrestrials, and other animals( mice, frogs, fish, crawdads, etc.).  Knowing the life cycles of these bugs and how different kinds of environments effect them is a priceless piece of knowledge. And having some basic imitations for each one will ensure that you have the ability to catch a fish in any freshwater area.  If you want to spin fish you can get yourself a water bobber which will get you the weight needed to cast tiny flies, and doubles as a bobber/indicator.   You can almost always find grubs, worms, and other bugs in a pinch.   Nothing beats knowledge.
Hope this helps a little,
-Montana Pike Hunter

Time to dig

All right, you've done your recons. You know where your MSR (Main Supply Routes) into your area are, you know where the choke points are and you know the best spots to ambush them. Time to go home and wait for the shit to start, right?
Wrong. Go dig some fucking holes. Scout out those areas some more and figure out exactly where the best spot is to place your effective fire, then dig your emplacements, whether they be shallow depressions, classic chest deep foxholes, shell scrapes or even small bunkers. Of course, use the utmost discretion while doing so.
You need firing positions and cover. Take lessons from the Viet Cong who prepared their ambush sites weeks, months and even years in advance. It's a hell of a lot easier to do your combat preps before the shit gets out of hand than after. There ain't any drones flying overhead now, right?
If you prepare these positions now it'll hardly be noticeable - you'll just be digging holes if someone were to see you doing it. But if you wait until hostilities begin, your digging will be recognized for what it is. An added advantage of doing it now is that in a few weeks they will be well camouflaged with natural vegetation growing up and around it. You also want to clear firing lanes and nothing screams Tactical Position like freshly cut firing lanes. If they're prepared in advance, you won't have all those white cuts on shrubs and trees pointing right to your positions - they'll age and brown and look completely natural.
Small bunkers especially. If you construct a bunker and then place your dirt on top of your overhead, then pretty soon you'll have weeds and grasses growing out of it and it'll look just like a small hump in the field next to that major intersection.
Cache some ammo, water and MREs nearby so you don't have to pack that shit in.
Plan your site well and most importantly, plan several escape routes. A Patriot that gets away lives to fight another day, but a dead Patriot is, well, a dead Patriot.

A race between two tyrants

Credit goes to Susan and Montanasmama - they sent it in within minutes of each other



Safety in the workplace is very important

- Hiswiserangel

Gotta be a cannonball contest

What. The. Fuck.

Happy Friday!

Thursday, April 04, 2013

Here I am, hard at work

Beautiful, isn't it?

I KNOW!!!!!

Federal Framework Being Set Up To Arrest Sheriffs

Colorado, and apparently Texas (next) are being targeted with an attempt to set up a federal authority framework that will enable Secret Service agents (not just those guarding the president), and others of the U.S. Secret Service including uniformed division officers, physical securitytechnicians and specialists, and other ‘special officers’, to arrest and remove an elected sheriff for refusing to enforce the law (or anyone breaking the law).
The bills being introduced defines law as including any rule, regulation, executive order, court order, statute or constitutional provision.
Why are they doing this? Here’s why…
It would establish federal authority police powers in a State, enabling an enforcement arm reporting directly to the president (Secret Service).
It would enable the president / executive branch to theoretically override the actions and preventative measures that are now being taken by many States throughout the country who are trying to preserve 2nd Amendment gun rights and who are prohibiting the enforcement of unconstitutional law passed by Congress or pushed by executive order.
As some of you may know, a growing list of sheriffs (more than 340 so far) across the country have expressed that they will not enforce a Washington mandate that clearly violates the Second Amendment.

Thanks to Sammy for the link


Just because I haven't said it in awhile.

Yup. Sideways.

Catch me if you can

That's because they're used to squatting

At least he's not bouncing her head on the floor

Quick, somebody go give him a shove.

Wednesday, April 03, 2013

It's true, bass will eat anything it can get into it's mouth

Hey, I was just checking.....


This is not good.....

Us Okies have an ingrained dread of dust storms for some reason.

But your skin is so soft!!!

Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....

Gimme some sugar, bitch.

World's best job EVER!!!

Dinner is served

Ya think?

Fuck you, Don Lundy

Tuesday, April 02, 2013




Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....

A breakfast burrito with bacon instead of a tortilla

The White Cliffs of Dover

This sight welcomed home many an aircrew in WWII, returning to their bases from the mainland.

Yeah, that'll fool 'em.

"You're welcome here as long as you're rich and famous and think like us."

At a "workshop" for the film 42 in the State Dining Room of the White House, First Lady Michelle Obama told the assembled guests that "this is your house, too."
"I want to make sure that you all know how welcome you are here in this house, because the truth is we do these things -- we make sure that we do these workshops so that you all know that this is your house, too," Obama told the guests. "So we want you to make yourselves at home.  We want you to feel good and relaxed and learn and ask questions, okay?"
The White House is currently not allowing the public to tour or access the White House. Only invited guests are allowed inside.

So many things running through my mind right now.....

One down, 49 to go

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - With an announcement of sweeping proposals to curb gun violence, Connecticut lawmakers said they are hoping to send a message to Congress and other state legislators across the country: A bipartisan agreement on gun control is possible.
Legislative leaders on Monday revealed proposals spurred by the Dec. 14 Newtown school shooting following weeks of bipartisan, closed-door negotiations. A vote is expected Wednesday in the General Assembly, where Democrats control both chambers, making passage all but assured.

The Connecticut deal includes a ban on new high-capacity ammunition magazines like the ones used in the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School that left 20 children and six educators dead. There are also newregistration requirements for existing magazines that carry 10 or more bullets, something of a disappointment for some family members of Newtown victims who wanted an outright ban on the possession of all high-capacity magazines and traveled to the state Capitol on Monday to ask lawmakers for it.
The package also creates what lawmakers said is the nation's first statewide dangerous weapon offender registry, creates a new "ammunition eligibility certificate," imposes immediate universal background checks for all firearms sales, and extends the state's assault weapons ban to 100 new types of firearms and requires that a weapon have only one of several features in order to be banned.
The newly banned weapons could no longer be bought or sold in Connecticut, and those legally owned already would have to be registered with the state, just like the high-capacity magazines.

Anybody that's ever had a hangover understands this


She has a hat on so she won't get cold, huh?