Monday, July 15, 2024

Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 306: Come for the Gun News, Stay for the Memes

  

In This Episode

  • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
    • SCOTUS' fantastic overturn of Chevron Deference, and also their disappointing decision to grant, vacate, and remand (GVR) several other firearm cases;
    • Louisiana becoming the 29th Permitless Concealed Carry state;
    • a man who defended himself from home invaders with a muzzle-loading rifle, just like the Founding Fathers intended!
  • Amanda Suffecool returns to talk about the DC Project and name change to Women For Gun Rights;
  • Xander's pest control air rifle doesn't have iron sights and needs to be sighted in.


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Monday, July 1, 2024

Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 305: The Return From LibertyCon Round Table

  

In This Episode

David and Oddball are back from LibertyCon, but Erin is still on the road. Join Dodd, Weer'd and Xander for another ACP Round Table! In this episode we discuss:
  • all the excitement of LibertyCon;
  • a massive 911 outage in Massachusetts;
  • the 8-1 SCOTUS decision in Rahimi, upholding the law that bans domestic abusers from owning guns;
  • the Second Amendment Foundation filing a lawsuit against the prohibition of guns in post offices;
  • a jury finding SIG Sauer liable in SIG P320 accidental discharges;
  • and a member of Biden's Secret Service team was robbed at gunpoint in California.

Friday, June 28, 2024

Ding, Dong, Chevron Deference is Gone


SCOTUS' overturn of "Chevron Deference" is  a wonderful way to start my weekend!  This decision reaffirms a separation between the Judicial and Executive branches, and removes from federal agencies like the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) the legal authority to create the regulations they enforce. 

It is the purpose of the Legislative Branch to write the laws, the Executive Branch to enforce those laws, and the Judicial Branch to interpret those laws. We do not allow police officers to write and interpret the laws they enforce, but that is exactly what the precedent of Chevron Deference has done over the past 40 years.

I am certain that the Federal Leviathan will be reluctant to give up this power and that change will not occur overnight. Indeed, it will take many years and many lawsuits to reduce the Regulatory State to a government closer to what the Founding Fathers envisioned. However, this was the critical first step along that path and I am eager to see what the future holds.

Tuesday, June 25, 2024

Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 304: The Supreme Court and the Round Table

  

In This Episode

Due to a massive number of Second Amendment news stories, we're having an ACP  Round Table to discuss them! Join Erin, Weer'd, David, and Oddball as we analyze:

  • SCOTUS' ruling against the Bump Stock Ban,  and not only is the decision amazing but so is the dissent (but for entirely different reasons);
  • North Texas' District Court vacating the Pistol Brace Ban;
  • YouTube's new and draconian gun policy;
  • Hunter Biden's conviction of lying on a Form 4473, and the ironic possibility that his appeal will make him a champion for gun rights;
  • President Biden speaking at the "Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund’s Gun Sense University Conference" while his son was being convicted (the speech was as boring as you'd expect);
  • and an alleged attack thwarted by law enforcement which Weer'd finds fishy.

Monday, June 17, 2024

Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 303: News Callbacks

  

In This Episode

  • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
    • the Uvalde families have issued another outlandish lawsuit,  this time against UPS and FedEx;
    • Bank of America walking back their ban on lending to gun manufacturers;
    • the McCloskeys of Missouri have had their convictions expunged, and now they are suing to get their guns back;
    • and a Maine "Gun Safety" group shows they don't understand the meaning of those words... or the word "unloaded", either.
  • David talks about shooting in low light with flashlights;
  • and Myles talks about raising pigs.


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    Monday, June 10, 2024

    Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 302: Proud to be Gun Curious

      

    In This Episode

    • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
      • the Trump Conviction and how it might not be very significant for the Second Amendment;
      • families from Uvalde are suing Activision, blaming Call of Duty for the Robb Elementary School shooting rather than the people who were actually at fault;
      • Brandon Herrera losing his first Congressional Primary, but nevertheless it was a remarkable showing with close results;
      • the NRA winning a 9-0 SCOTUS Ruling on First Amendment grounds;
      • an interview with the new NRA Executive Vice President and what it means for the organization.
    • Weer'd sits down with Dr. David Yamane to talk about his new book, Gun Curious;
    • and David tells us the difference between Range Safety Officers and Firearms Instructors.


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    Monday, June 3, 2024

    Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 301: Walking and Talking and Reforming the NRA

      

    In This Episode

    • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
      • a gold heist in Canada with ties to gun smuggling;
      • proposed Federal legislation from New York Representatives to ban ownership of level III and IV body armor.
    • Weer'd sits down with NRA Board of Directors member Amanda Suffecool to talk about the NRA Board meeting;
    • and Weer'd also talks with Michael Sodini of Walk the Talk America about the educational programs they offer.


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    Monday, May 27, 2024

    Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 300: THIS! IS! ACP!!!

      

    In This Episode

    To celebrate our 300th episode, we're having an ACP Round Table!  (Sadly, no one is dressed as a Spartan.) Join Queen Erinidas alongside Weer'd Beard, Oddball, Xander, and David as they take a stroll to the Hot Gates of the NRA Annual Meeting and discuss:

    • signs at the NRA Annual Meeting that the corruption is still around, but the members are clearly wising up and taking the NRA to task for it;;
    • Donald Trump's speech at NRAAM, which was more of the usual and with minimal talk of gun rights;
    • the possibility of Ronnie Barrett of Barrett Firearms becoming the next NRA Executive Vice President (but the day after recording this we discovered that Barrett didn't win);
    • more tourists arrested in the Turks and Caicos Islands for having a few pieces of ammunition in their luggage;.
    • the 9th Circuit Court striking down Hawaii's butterfly knife ban;
    • firearm prohibitionist politicians turning on the dubious Shot Spotter technology, citing racism;
    • a Federal court issuing a temporary restraining order against the ATF's change in the "Engaging in the Business of Selling Firearms" law;
    • legislation introduced in Congress to remove the $200 tax stamp requirement for SBRs, SBSs, and suppressors;
    • another NFA challenge regarding suppressors that are made in Texas and stay in Texas;
    • another surprising rule by the 9th Circuit, where one judge in three ruled that felons aren't part of "The People";
    • plus the usual silliness and side-tracking that happens with Round Tables.


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      Monday, May 20, 2024

      Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 299: a Dirty Shoot and More Machine Guns

        

      In This Episode

      • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
        • the senseless death of Senior Airman Roger Fortson in Florida by the Acorn Cop Sheriff's Department;
        • New York's proposed ban on striker-fired pistols;
        • the new machine guns that the ATF has allowed to enter the NFA registry;
        • the Washington Post winning a Pulitzer Prize for their propagandic hit pieces against the AR-15.
      • David talks about FOPA, the Firearms Owner Protection Act, and its dreaded Hughes Amendment;
      • and Weer'd interviews Michael Sodini of Walk the Talk America to talk about the history and scope of the organization.


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      Main Topic
      Gun Lovers and Other Strangers
      • Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 166
      • Firearm Owners Protection Act
      • S.49 - Firearms Owners' Protection Act
      • H.R.4332 - Firearms Owners' Protection Act
      • H.Amdt.777 to H.R.4332
      • FOPA Hughes Amendment VOTE APRIL 10 1986 ***Video Warning***
      • Public Law 99-308 ***PDF Warning***
      • 18 U.S. Code § 921
      • Small Arms Review: Machine Gun Prices, What Happened?
      • Operation Blazing Sword
      • Pink Pistols
      • Ronald Reagan On Guns ***Video Warning***
      • Brena Bock Author Page
      • David Bock Author Page
      • Team And More

      Sunday, May 19, 2024

      A Neat Historical Artifact from 1940s Japan

      I found this going through some of my dad's stuff. I'm not entirely sure, but I think what I have is actually from 1940. It certainly looks like it could be that old, as the backing paper is now khaki colored, but I have no idea if it was originally that color or if it's yellowed over time. 


      The bigger reason that I think it's legit is because dad was born a Jew in 1936 in Austria, and when he & my grandparents fled Nazi oppression in 1941, they fled east through Russia rather than going through war-torn and occupied western Europe. (I don't have a date on this, but it had to have been before Operation Barbarossa when Nazi Germany attacked Russia, so that's any time between 1 January and 23 June 1941.) They then took the Trans-Siberian Railroad to Manchuria, and from there they took a boat to Japan and sailed from Yokohama to Seattle. 

      My father was in the region at the right time, and Japan in 1940 more or less controlled all major ports in mainland China, so I figure it's likely that Japan printed out a ton of these such that they were still around and being used a year after issue. 

      Three bits of Japanese trivia related to this:
      1. Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (Japan Mail Steamship Company) operated passenger services at this time. No, I don't know why it's NKY and not NYKK. Kabushiki kaisha is a type of corporation in Japan; I think the English translation would be something like "Company, Limited". 
      2. The word maru (丸, meaning "circle") is often appended to Japanese commercial ship names. If you're a Trekkie you'll have heard of the Kobayashi Maru, which uses this same tradition. 
      3. The Emperor Zinmu referenced on the paper is likely an older translation of Jimmu, the legendary First Emperor of Japan who is said to have begun his reign in 660 BC. 660 + 1940 = 2,600, the anniversary given. 

      Anyway, it's a neat bit of history and I thought folks would find it interesting. I have a 1200 dpi scan of it if anyone is interested. 

      Monday, May 13, 2024

      Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 298: The Miraculous Malfunction

        

      In This Episode

      • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
        • 2024's NRA Board of Directors election results, and they certainly look good;
        • nearly 5 years of one-million-plus NICS checks;
        • a tenured professor's workplace harassment over a firecracker emoji;
        • God intervening when a man attempted to shoot the pastor at a church service;
        • Maine adopting gun control in the wake of the Lewiston shooting;
        • and SCOTUS is going to review two Assault Weapon Ban cases, hopefully granting cert to one or both.
      • Finally, Weer'd finished his fisk of David Hogg's debate with Spike Cohen.


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      Main Topic

      Weer’d Audio Fisk

      Monday, May 6, 2024

      Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 297: Gun Shows Are Fun, Gun Laws Are a Bummer

        

      In This Episode

      • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
        • the New York court where "The Second Amendment doesn't exist";
        • the ATF's updated wording on what is an illegal private sale, and it clarifies nothing;
        • an American is facing years in prison in the British Territory of Turks and Caicos for a few rounds of ammo forgotten in his bag;
        • and Donald Trump, Jr is one of the names being floated as the new Executive Vice President of the NRA;
      • Guns can be fun, and Tiny has a lot of fun at the gun show,
      • David talks about the "Little Armalite", aka the AR-18;
      • and Xander talks about raw milk and freedom.



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      Tiny’s Land of Rocks and Cows

      Gun Lovers and Other Strangers

      Independent Thoughts with Xander Opal

      Tuesday, April 30, 2024

      Status Update


      Unlike Rebecca, I don't suddenly have health insurance, but I did get screened last week by a foundation that offers low-cost mental health services to people who can't afford healthcare. For over a year now I've felt like something is wrong with me: I have trouble focusing, I lack energy and the desire to do most things, and generally my brain hasn't been working properly. There's more to this, but I don't feel like going into that right now and it's tangential to what I want to say. 

      I also had to answer a lot of questions, but in my case I was asked those questions by a human being who listened and gave a damn. These were the usual questions which I could see through immediately, i.e. "This is the eating disorder question. This is the domestic/sexual abuse question. This is the mania question" and so forth, until we got to the expected suicide question where I was asked I was asked some version of "Do you ever think about killing yourself?"

      In my opinion, the trick to these sorts of thing, is to say "Yes, and..." or "Yes, because.." instead of just yes or no. I mean, I could have absolutely just said "no", but I don't like lying to doctors unless it's absolutely necessary, partly because I want to build trust between us and partly because I don't want to be that idiot who hides something which ends up being the critical clue to what's bothering me. 

      My response, then, was to say "I think that everyone has had thoughts like this. It's just part of being human. The real question is 'Have I ever attempted or seriously considered suicide' and the answer to that is No." Because the listener was a human who cared and not a bureaucratic drone filling out a form, she nodded in agreement with me. So having established the "Yes, and" baseline, I knew she would be receptive when we got to the obligatory gun question which I knew was coming. 

      As it turns out, the question itself did a lot of heavy lifting for me when it asked "Do you have access to means of harming yourself or others?" because 'means' is such a wonderfully vague word. My response was "I'm an adult. I have access to all sorts of things that can harm people, like knives, matches, gasoline, cars, etc. Anyone who says otherwise is either a child, in jail, or a liar." I am very proud of that answer, because I answered the question 100% honestly while never saying the "G word."

      They haven't gotten back to me yet, but I hope to hear from them this week; I'd like to get medication or counseling or whatever so that I can get back to feeling more like myself. 

      Other than that, I don't have a lot to report. We're still dealing with the after-effects of my father's death, although that's mainly donating or disposing of his hoarded crap. Mom used some of his life insurance payout to get the master suite habitable, and I moved in there back in... March? April? I don't recall. Time has been really fluid for me lately. I'm still not 100% moved in but I'd say I'm at least 75% there, with the important thing shifted; once we finish getting rid of the last of dad's junk I can concentrate on sorting out all the crap in my old room and either moving it, storing it, or throwing it away as needed. 

      In hindsight those are all pretty big things which I should have blogged about earlier, but see my above complaint regarding lack of creativity, energy, and focus. I'd really like to get back to feeling well enough to want to blog on a daily basis. 

      I probably have other news I should report but my mind isn't cooperating. If you're interested, drop a comment below and I'll answer to the best of my ability. 

      Goodnight, and don't let the bastards grind you down. 

      Monday, April 29, 2024

      Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 296: Backdoor Threats

        

      In This Episode

      • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
        • how ATF Agents violated Bureau policy in the killing of Bryan Malinowski;
        • the gun control legislation which has passed the Maine House of Representatives at the urging of Governor Janet Mills;
        • Biden's plan to restrict private firearm sales under the Safer Communities Act;
        • a National Shooting Sports Foundation report which found that the vast majority of magazines in public possession are over 10 rounds;
        • SCOTUS granting cert to the "Frames and Receivers" case.
      • Weer'd fisks David Hogg's debate against Spike Cohen in New Hampshire;
      • Oddball talks about the Linux xz_utils supply chain attack;
      • and David talks about America's Rifle, the AR-15.



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      Main Topic

      Weer’d Audio Fisk

      Oddball’s Corner Pocket

      Gun Lovers and Other Strangers

      Monday, April 22, 2024

      Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 295: Raising Cows and Gutting Hoggs

        

      In This Episode

      • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
        • the little-known April 19 holiday, "Patriot's Day";
        • two mass stabbings in Australia;
        • new developments in the Rust shooting trials;
        • an ATF report which proves that FFLs are not significantly responsible for "crime guns";
        • a law in Nebraska that will allow school staff to keep guns on campus;
        • a law requiring gun safety be taught in Tennessee schools grades 1-12;
        • a School Resource Officer who had a negligent discharge at school;
        • a Chinese immigrant putting David Hogg, and gun prohibition in general, in its place;
      • David covers a battle between two folding carbines;
      • and Myles talks about his time raising farm animals.



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      Southpaw Corner

      Tuesday, April 16, 2024

      Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 294: An Eclipse, a Round Table, and Other Lunacy

        

      In This Episode

      Weer'd Beard went out of town to view the eclipse on Monday,  so we're recording this ACP Round Table on Tuesday.

      Join Erin, Weer'd, David, and Oddball as we discuss:

      • The total eclipse of the sun;
      • a family in need;
      • the DC Police dealing guns that show up in crimes, and the ATF's response to that;
      • NRA members getting exempted from the pistol brace ban;
      • 2A sanctuary counties in Colorado being less likely to utilize red flag laws;
      • declining gun sales in 2024;
      • Hawaii banning ammo sales to people under 21;
      • David Hogg spending over a million dollars of his PAC's money on everything except its mission;
      • and a 3D printed .50 BMG rifle. What's the worst that could happen?



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      Thursday, April 11, 2024

      Just Stop.

      I keep getting tagged by various people on different sides of the raging dumpster fire that is the most recent J.K. Rowling controversy. I had hoped to avoid friendly fire by keeping my head down, but it looks like I'm going to get fragged regardless, so as Capt. Harris in Platoon said as he called an airstrike on his position, “It's a lovely fucking war.” So buckle up, buttercups, it's Danger Close time. 
      Here's the TL;DR version: both sides are being asses and you should really stop hurting the people you say are your friends. The end. 
      Much, much longer version: while a lot of you see this as “Free Speech vs. Censorship” and another lot of you see this as “Supporting Transwomen vs. Transphobia”, from my perspective this is all a case of everyone saying “My preferred method of harassing people with whom I disagree is the only morally correct method.”

      This is about the point where I expect people to stop reading, because attention spans and reading comprehension in this era have cratered, which is part of the reason why we're in this omnishambles to begin with. So let's tackle this and find out who reads to the end, shall we?

      I believe very strongly in free speech, as it's one of the cornerstones of my culture and one of the first Rights listed in the U.S. Constitution. I believe that speech should only be restricted in very narrow and well-defined circumstances which provably harm others (slander/libel, acts of treason, breaking legally-binding contracts, pornography without the consent of the depicted, etc.). This restriction is critical, because the more the government interferes with our rights, the more we lose. See also: the War on Drugs, the Patriot Act, and so forth. 

      I also believe that deliberately misgendering and deadnaming transgender and nonbinary people is incredibly rude, right up there with calling them a racial, sexual, or religious epithet. It shouldn't be tolerated in polite society, and the offender should suffer the full effects of social pressure and censure. As the saying goes, “Freedom of speech is not freedom from consequence.”

      However, please note that I didn't call for governmental pressure, be it penalties, censorship, or prosecution. The last time I checked, hate speech is still free speech protected by the First Amendment, and while I find hate speech abhorrent, I would rather it be out in the open so that I know who my enemies are rather than have it be hidden and spoken behind my back. I further believe that sunlight is the best disinfectant, and that instead of censoring and deplatforming the people who say and do things I don't like, I practice my freedom of association by choosing to stop associating with them. I unfriend them, block them, stop frequenting their sites, etc. and I try to get on with my life. I am not perfect at this, for I am human and therefore flawed, but this is the principle which guides me. 

      Now just because I support Rowling’s right (inasmuch as she is a British subject and not an American citizen, and the UK doesn’t recognize the right to free expression the way we do) to speak her mind and don’t wish her to be jailed for that, please do not for one moment think that I endorse what she says. Regardless of how it started and however she arrived at her current position, it remains that she is using her fame to spread her belief that all transwomen are abusers who seek to invade, to violate, to assault and destroy other women, and when you amplify her words and support her position you are sending a very strong message to the transgender and nonbinary people in your life. Unfortunately, that message is “I see you as Rowling sees you.” I and many others feel betrayed by that. How can you look at me and tell me you agree that I am only doing this in order to abuse and harm women? That is just as hurtful, and just as honest, as saying “Anyone with a penis is either a rapist or someone waiting to rape” or “Anyone who owns a gun is either a murderer or someone who wants to murder.”

      So if you are pro-free speech, please consider the effect your words and actions will have on me, and your friends and family like me, before you voice your support of Rowling, because you are likely hurting us when you do that. 

      And if you are pro-censorship, please consider that hate is like mold: it thrives in dark places but cannot flourish in the light. Suppressing an idea only sends the message that you fear it, so let your enemies reveal themselves and mock them instead of silencing them. And please, for the love of all you hold dear, don't ask the government to tread even more on free speech. 

      If you have read this far, thank you. I hope I have explained my position clearly, because I have no desire to revisit this topic. If you have any respect for me, please don’t turn this into a fight, and by the same token please don’t tag me in future arguments on other peoples’ walls or pages because after a year of this crap I’m just exhausted. I just want to live my life while advocating for everyone to have the same rights as everyone else. Thank you.

      Monday, April 8, 2024

      Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 293: Brainless

        

      In This Episode

      • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
        • VA Governor Youngkin vetoing a slew of gun prohibition laws;
        • Spike Cohen choosing to debate David Hogg about gun control in America;
        • a Florida congressman presenting a law banning "Zombie Guns", and it's even dumber than it sounds.
      • Weer'd fisks two British talking heads who demand stricter knife laws, then presents some good news about knife rights in laws in Idaho;
      • Matt talks about some gun-related VR equipment entering the market;
      • and in Xander's continuing series about farming, he tells us what farmers do in the winter.



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      Main Topic

      Weer’d Audio Fisk

      Matt From Geeks Gadgets and Guns

      Independent Thoughts with Xander Opal

        Monday, April 1, 2024

        Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 292: No Foolin'

          

        In This Episode

        • Erin and Weer’d discuss:
          • the terror attack in Russia;
          • a fatal ATF raid on an Arkansas airport executive;
          • the DOJ announcing a National Red Flag Initiative;
          • Chicago suing Glock over illegal switches.
        • Weer'd sits down with Kostas Moros over the various court cases that are working their way to SCOTUS;
        • and Oddball gives us part 1 of a series on 3D Printers.



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        Monday, March 25, 2024

        Assorted Calibers Podcast Ep 291: A Total Eclipse in the Cornfield of Good and Stupid

          

        In This Episode

        • Erin and Weer’d discuss two court cases,  one good and one dumb;
        • David opines on the differences between living in New York and Tennessee;
        • Tiny geeks out about the total solar eclipse coming on April 8;
        • and Xander reaps what he has sown!


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        Gun Lovers and Other Strangers

        Tiny’s Land of Rocks and Cows

        Independent Thoughts with Xander Opal

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