Derp Roundup: Fun Tips For Hiding Your Loaded Guns
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The article (full text captured at Americans Against the Tea Party) poses the dilemma faced by all Responsible Gun Owners:
Be it from prying eyes, fingers or leaders, hiding your weapons is an integral part of safely owning firearms, and never more than when it comes to your handguns...
The first decision is between long and short term storage while the paradox here is between security and access. A corollary consideration is who are you really hiding your guns from: Kids? Thieves? Jackboots?...
And while the piece does suggest that you at least avoid "the top shelf of Dad’s closet of mystery" if you have kids, it's also quite happy to suggest plenty of places where kids could find a gun, like at the bottom of the laundry basket. And it does at least mention "rapid-access" gun safes, although it quickly dismisses them as "cost prohibitive" if you need to hide a large arsenal. Instead, how about this simple solution in your clothes closet?
One, high concealment, low cost, lowered security method is to hang the gun off a plastic hanger (one that is easily broken) through the trigger guard (for semi-autos I advise against storing with a round in the chamber). Cover with a button up shirt and jacket, pants and tie (leave the dress shirt partially unbuttoned so that you can reach in and grab your pistol unfettered).
Or maybe put your handgun in a plastic bag in the freezer? It won't harm the gun, and you can shoot right through the bag! Just be sure to leave the safety off for quick firing!
And if you're thinking long-term storage, build a hidden gun into a wall:
Whenever drywall work presents itself, you have the opportunity to hide a handgun before sealing up any holes. Cut out an appropriately sized section in a place where guests or family are not likely to touch or lean (a good place would be next to an entry door, below the switchplate). Mount your weapon (a simple hook will do here) and glue the old drywall back in place with the help of some patch tape. Mud and paint to match. To retrieve the gun, just put your fist through the patch and grab.
The article promised that it was "number one in a series" on hiding your guns from bad guys, kids, and Jackbooted Federal Thugs, and that future installments would cover "hiding your handgun at work, underground and on your person," but since Beretta pulled Part One after all the negative publicity, we we'll have to live without a gun manufacturer telling us how to hide a gun at work. Can't imagine why anyone saw a problem with that.
After the video was posted, supporters of Open Carry posted comments offering to help "ruin him," because NOBODY should ever say anything bad about the Holy Second Amendment.
She admits that BA used to simply prop up dead passengers in their seats and pretend they were asleep. “It’s what we used to do many years ago – give them a vodka and tonic, a Daily Mail and eye-shades and they were like, they’re fine. We don’t do that.”
Instead, now they just do boring stuff like move the body to a crew area, or place it, covered, in a seat away from other passengers in First Class, if possible. NOT NEARLY INTERESTING ENOUGH.
- Why are there no American kids left in the spelling bee? I'm ashamed of our kind. Parents - step it up
- One year I wish an American kid could win the spelling bee
- All the finalist in the spelling bee are Indian or Asian. 1 american coño
- So like the last 4 kids in the national spelling bee are not American
- Shocking that neither of the Spelling bee champs have names that sound American
- Not to be offensive...but how do kids from India dominate the American spelling bee?!?
- Why are the people in the spelling bee foreign ?
- I'd be more impressed if these foreign kids in the spelling bee just spelled each other's names
The co-champions, who tied when the event's organizers ran out of words, are Sriram Hathwar, 14, and Ansun Sujoe, 13, who were both born in the USA and whose credentials as Americans may, in fact, be open to question, since it's quite possible that they don't type in ALL CAPS like real 'murkins do.
Can you name a single thing this leftist radical, Angelou, contributed other than hate (and very bad “poems”)? I cannot.
Or maybe it is not worth considering, especially given the peculiar form of close reading Schlussel practices. Consider this 2012 tweet by Angelou:
Here's what Schlussel gets out of those words:
[She] wanted her many idiotic fans to know–on the 11th anniversary of 9/11–that Islam had nothing to do with 9/11 or terrorists. Gee, and you wonder why Muslims and other America-haters/Jew-haters loved her so much.
Man, that Maya Angelou sure was filled with hatred! Schlussel closes by wishing,
I hope she packed light because it’s very hot where she’s headed.
Maya Angelou, Rot In Hell.
She seems nice.
"Malia did have her first prom ... I think it's fair to say that the first time you see your daughter in heels is a little bit jarring," he said. "She's lovely. She's beautiful."
Pushed for more details, however, Obama jokingly demurred. "I think this is all classified information," he told the morning talk show hosts.
We aren't going to bother looking for any wingnut outrage about that one, because you just know it's out there. Promghazi!
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