Christmas Comes Early for Gun Nuts – From a “gun guy” at Huffpo. Lat paragraph shows why he’s angry. Doubt he’s much of a gun guy though. He’s a “gun guy”, we’re “gun nuts”, things that make you go hmmmm……
Needed: Domestic Disarmament, Not ‘Gun Control’ – Interesting that this author doesn’t want a scarlet letter for mental patients, but as we have seen from the Huffington Post, they have no problem with painting everyone on a watch list as one that shouldn’t own a gun.
John Barrett: An extremely modest proposal for gun owners – This is an example of what “editorials” you will see the media pushing since they can’t control the narrative on the issue unabated like before. The whole “I’m ashamed of my NRA” nonsense.
I’d further add, how modest is this proposal for someone who can’t afford it? They should be denied their rights?
When Will We Say ‘Enough’ To Gun Slaughter? – Local spin from the Courant’s editorial board. Didn’t they parrot Malloy in lower crime BECAUSE of the new laws? Now, high crime? What difference only a few months makes and they want to have it both ways in their reporting – when it’s convenient. No mass shootings for awhile, LOW CRIME. National attention – CRIME is up and it’s legal gun owners who must pay.
Below are pictures of the Condor MA41 pouch I was discussing. There are others I really like, but they get pricey when you add extra panels and such and run well over a hundred once you get the IFAK and a pair of multiple panels. I like the option of multiple panels so I can use it on my range bag, thigh rig, battle belt, etc.
But, that being the case, this only ran less than $35.00 or so and I’m really satisfied with the flexibility vs cost ratio.
The only thing missing that I haven’t gotten around to doing yet are putting laminated index cards of what each bandage type is and how many should be in each bag. It’s important to keep up on your stock. Mylar bags work EXTREMELY well for this and I have some on order. They are only $8.00 or so and last a long time and lay really flat. Craft zip bags work well as they are usually thicker and can be reused enough times. They were a Walmart find for 2 bucks!