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Used Interarms Surplus FN Hi-Power 9mm 13+1 Fair
Bud's Gun Shop is offering used Browning Hi-Powers (AKA the P-35) in 9mm -- several versions and conditions available: Belgian (FN, highest quality), Israeli, and Hungarian versions. Prices are great. They may ship to D.C., but you'll have to call and find out. Click this link to see all of the different versons WHILE THEY LAST. You can get the original Hi-Power with plastic grips or wood grips, an Israeli clone in stainless steel, an FEG (Hungarian) clone in "silver finish", etc. These guns will sell out quickly, so buy now.

Based on Maryland's Approved Handguns Roster used in D.C., you can buy the Hi Power, BUT in D.C., you can't own magazines over 10 rounds. So you'll have to tell the seller NOT to send you factory mags, and you'll have to order your own from an online vendor like Midway USA (reasonably priced at $24.99), or the original maker, Browning (outrageous at $64.99 each), or a local gun store or gun show.


Guns don't have to be expensive to work, so long as you stick with the highest squality makers: Browning, Colt, Fabrique Nationale, Ruger, Smith & Wesson, etc. As an aside, SOME people who are fans of John Browning, inventor of the 1911 pistol in .45 ACP, say that this gun invented later was the pinnacle of Browning's design work: slim, good capacity, no grip safety, terrific ergonomics, etc.

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    I've seen some evidence that Maryland has had to loosen its historically very restrictive ("may" or "discretionary issue") concealed carry permit process -- but only time will tell if law makers in the State House will comply with the Second Amendment. Following is the link to the Maryland State Police official pages telling you how to acquire a permit to own and bear arms, Handgun Qualification License. Do you need to have one? Here's the official text:

Unless otherwise exempt, as of October 1, 2013, a Maryland resident must possess a valid Handgun Qualification License before he/she may purchase, rent, or receive a handgun. Details on exemptions may be found below. You do not need a Handgun Qualification License to own a gun you already have. The Handgun Qualification License is only needed for purchasing, transferring, or renting a regulated firearm after October 1, 2013.

Click here to view the full text

After you get the HQL, then you have to apply separately for a
Handgun Wear and Carry Permit -- a term used nowhere else in the United States. I've blogged before about there not being any standard acronym for handgun carry permit; I call it a CCW (Concealed Carry Weapon) permit. Some states call it a CHL (concealed handgun license), CHP (concealed handgun permit), etc.

If you are a Maryland resident, you need to join Maryland Shall Issue, the NRA state affiliate Maryland State Rifle and Pistol Association, and other organizations that will fight for a free Maryland. Examples include the Second Amendment Foundation and the National Rifle Association.

It should be anathema to every Marylander that the state government thinks you are too crazy and dangerous to carry a firearm for your self-protection. All of the other states around Maryland trust their citizens with "shall issue" handgun permits: West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, and Virginia. If I was a Marylander, I would be flat-out insulted that Annapolis presumes that the average citizen is a dangerous person. Turn this around today, Maryland!
     
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I've won several gun prizes in the past. I've also sold off several -- I miss the Springfield Armory "Loaded" 1911 model in .45 ACP most of all. YOU CAN WIN A GUN PRIZE, TOO!

MSRP (manufacturer's suggested retail price)? About $750 currently on Gunbroker.

You can enter by clicking on the image above, or this link:
Heckler & Koch VP9

This giveaway may be banned in what we call "restrictive jurisdictions", like New York City, Maryland, Washington, DC, Hawaii, and Cook County in Illinois. Contact Grab a Gun if you have any questions.
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When people say "silencer", they usually think of James Bond 007 using a Walther PPK in .380 Auto (as in the YouTube video above), and imagine the gun saying quietly: pew pew

The suppressor does not silence a gun, but it can drop the decibel level by up to 28 dB, which is a giant drop in perceived noise. That difference over time can help save your hearing, and your shooting won't bother your neighbors! #FighttheNoise.com is a site promoting legislation to make silencer possession easier. Those folks give away a monthly suppressor and an NFA (National Firearms Act) trust (up to $1,200 value). Sign up at their site!

Check out the graphic below as well from the Silencerco.com site (click on map for link) -- "Silencers are legal" in most places in the US, so don't believe the hype against them.



If more people owned suppressors, more people could shoot outdoors and hone their marksmanship skills. Shooting is a healthy sport with few accidents, and was recommended by Thomas Jefferson, one of our Founding Fathers.

Also, when you open the Silencerco site, you will see a countdown clock -- the BATFE is tightening regulations for ownership of suppressors, Those include requiring the signature of the Chief LEO in your jurisdiction (sheriff or police chief), and some of those fine people are anti-gun, believe it or not. BUT if you create a gun trust, you will be able to allow as many (listed) people use your suppressor as you want -- friends, family, neighbors, etc. The gun trust allows you to skip certain onerous requirements that will kick in on July 1, 2016, and makes passing down your NFA guns easier.

If you want to learn more about how to get a suppressor, read this: "Beginner's Guide to Suppressors, Part 1."

Just to name one online vendor, Silencer Shop may be able to fulfill your suppressor needs. Please note that I am not compensated to link to this company.


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IWI US, Inc., launched in 2012, brought the first civilian commercial versions of the Tavor SAR to the United States in the Spring of 2013. The Tavor achieved immediate acclaim, winning the prestigious "Rifle of the Year" award from American Rifleman Magazine. IWI US was also honored by the NASGW (National Association of Sporting Goods Wholesalers) as inaugural winner of the 2014 Importer of the Year award and The Truth About Guns 2013 Rifle of the Year.


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* In a bullpup, the action is behind the trigger, shortening the overall length of the rifle.

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Good news for felons anywhere in the U.S. (and for possibly collectible guns!) -- a recent unanimous Supreme Court decision makes it possible for felons to dispose of their illegal possessions lawfully. The only alternative before this was to surrender one's guns to law enforcement. Many LE departments "disposed" of guns in a blast furnace.

See the full story by clicking this link.

As you may know, felons are not allowed to possess firearms after their conviction. Some do go back to their old ways, of course, and soon return to prison. However, for felons who wish to remain on the right side of the law, they may now sell/dispose of their weapons lawfully.

A big "Thank you" to the U.S. Supreme Court!
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Judge stops DC from enforcing part of 'good reason' gun law

Judge stops DC from enforcing part of 'good reason' gun law

This is astonishing news: A judge has STRUCK DOWN DC's "good cause" for concealed carry, and DC must start issuing CARRY PERMITS. This is the best crime-fighting news since the revolver or ASP baton was invented...

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You Don't Get To Pick the Day...

Tom Givens/Mike Seeklander podcast
   
Photo of S&W M&P 9c in FDE (tan) from official www.Smith-Wesson.com website. Note: no thumb safety. S&W offers safety and nom-safety models.

"You don’t get to pick what day you need your gun. Somebody else picks what day you need your gun…"

That is a genius quote (source: Tom Givens/Mike Seeklander podcast) -- this is why people interested in concealed carry should always carry, or close enough. A terrible, true example is the young man murdered after taking a pistol course and acquiring his carry permit. His mother told his instructor: "[He] didn't have his gun!" (Read the whole thing here: Xavierthoughts blog post)

Even though my employer says "no guns on site", I make sure that my defensive arm is available, if not immediately accessible. I am not saying to willfully break the law. I'm saying, if you can, figure out a way you can access your defensive gun at all times.
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(Sample empty semi-auto pistol: a Glock in "slide-lock position, ready to be reloaded:)    


(Sample empty revolver being "recharged" with speed loader)
The topic of spare ammo can get heated if you read gun forums, but there are many good reasons to carry extra rounds.

Massad Ayoob knocks down the six major excuses people have raised to not carry spare ammo in a Gun Digest article from last fall (2014). Click here to read the whole thing.

I can state from personal experience with my semi-auto pistol that the magazine is the weak link in your semi-auto "system": the gun, the magazine, the holster, the belt, etc. I've seen a magazine's base plate come off and dump the ammo on the floor of the range. If you own a magazine-fed gun, you have to think of magazines as expendable items -- if a magazine does not work, TOSS IT INTO THE TRASH.

Here are some links to spare ammo resources, courtesy of Amazon.com. I am compensated if you buy from there, but there are many other places to buy gun accessories. Just type your search terms into Google or other search engine...

Revolver Speedloaders (round ones)

NOTE: Sample photo of speedloaders; not necessarily those sold at Amazon. Many types exist: the classic nylon and aluminum HK style, the various Safariland I, II, and III competition or carry models, etc. Do your research before buying one or more. Or buy several types and try them out.

Quick Strips by Tuff Products(TM) (inline ones) May be considered old-school but they have a low profile, little bulk, and are easier to carry in your pocket, and great for your pocket snub nose revolver. I own and use these for my double-action Smith & Wesson Airweight and my single-action Ruger Blackhawk. See photo below, and click on the link above to see many types/calibers of Quick Strips. Tuff Products also sells slim pouches for your belt, for those who can either cover them with a jacket or long-tailed shirt, or just want to keep dust and debris out of the rounds while carrying the pouch in your pocket. NOT AS FAST a reload as a speed loader (above), but worth considering.


NOTE: These devices are available in ORANGE, and I suggest that you buy them in that color so that you can find them later.

Magazine Pouches or Carriers (consider both IWB and OWB, defined in note below the photo here.)


NOTE: Sample IWB (Inside Waist Band) model by DFW Holsters, at Amazon.com. If you can wear a cover garment, you can wear OWB (Outside the Waist Band) models. More are avaialbe for OWB carry, but I have to carry in a hot climate, and I can't wear a coat.

If you have any questions about guns and ammo and accessories, please Leave a Comment using the Leave-a-Comment button below every post in this blog.

As for me, with my federal tax return, I will be treating myself to the Desantis Fly High Double Stack Magazine Pouch, 9mm/45, Right Hand, Black (aka "holder", "carrier", etc.) for only $29.95.

It goes on the opposite side of your body from your holster so that IF you run dry of ammo or your PRIMARY magazine stops  working right, you can smoothly transition to the backup magazine. TRAINING TIP: At the range, load up a magazine with just two or three rounds, then shoot it to "slide lock' (empty gun), then reload from your ammo carrier (ammo pouch is the more common nomenclature for rifle magazine storage for some reason).
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Outdoor Hub (http://www.outdoorhub.com/) reports that "the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) filed a federal lawsuit against the city of Washington, DC, over what the group called 'highly restrictive' requirements for applicants to obtain a concealed carry permit."

They point out that DC makes it almost impossible for civilans to get a carry permit. The process you go through to get the permit to own a gun in DC is strict enough that it (should) eliminate the bad candidates for carry. Legislatures/councils in US states, cities, or counties that have "may issue" like New York City, Chicago, DC, San Francisco, etc., just do not trust the average person who lives there, and if that elitism doesn't anger you, it should.

Read it all here: Group Sues Washington, DC Over “Good Reason”...

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D.C. could not forever stop the advance of your human right to self defense. In light of court decisions, The Metropolitan Police Department was forced to allow residents to APPLY for concealed carry outside the home. Click here to visit the MPD website to learn how to apply.

NOTE: Police Chief Cathy Lanier is the sole arbiter as to your need for a concealed carry permit. Your permit must stipulate your reason for seeking a permit. That may change as gun-rights groups like Second Amenmnt Foundation will bring suit to liberalize the permit process.

By the way, gun community, can we standardize on one acronym for the permit a state or city government issues to you to carry lawfuly? I've heard all of th follwoing: "CCW" Concealed Carry Weapon (permit), "CHP" Concealed Handgun Permit, etc.

Here are some examples from a discussion about this on USACarry.com: How many abbreviations?


Arkansas: CHCL = concealed handgun carry license.
Kentucky: CCDW = carrying (a) concealed deadly weapon (permit)
Massachusetts: LTC = license to carry. Mass. also requires an FID (Firearms Identification card) to buy a gun, ammunition, knives, etc.
New Mexico: CCL = concealed carry license.

Miscell. abbreviations without state details:
CWP: concealed weapons permit
CCP: concealed carry permit
CFP: concealed firearms permit
CCW: concealed carry weapon (permit?)

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(Cover and sample page; has visual "0-100" freedom scale at top)

From the National Rifle Association's American Rifleman online: "J. Scott Kappas, the author/publisher of the highly regarded Traveler’s Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States was recently interviewed by L.A. Tarone, from WILK News Radio, about the complexity of laws facing owners who have occasion to transport guns from one state to another." The article has a link to audio of the interview; click here to listen.

The gun laws of the United States go through frequent changes, and you must stay apprised of them so that you -- as a good guy -- don't fall afoul of the law! I personally can endorse this book; it is excellent. I have owned two or three past editions, and need to buy the current year edition. To buy a copy, click on the title of the book above, or the image below -- to be redirected to Amazon.com.

DISCLOSURE: If you purchase this incredible resource from Amazon, I will earn a small comission.


If you travel to a restrictive jurisdiction (New York City, Boston, Chicago, the state of New Jersey), your normal mode of firearms carry could land you in jail, even if you were ignorant or drive into New Jersey by accident. This happened to an acquaintance of mine.

Stay on the right side of the law; keep yourself informed.

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BREAKING: I've been evaluated by some website and ranked 1,623,051st in the United States.

SOURCE http://urlm.co/www.dchandguninfo.livejournal.com

I always wondered how this blog was rated, and finally I know (/sarcasm). It will take a lot of work to get out of 1,623,051st place! With your help and your word of mouth to friends, family, neighbors, coworkers, etc., I might just climb out of those sub-basement rankings. I was inspired to post this because of @Iowahawk's recent tweet about the microscopic value some RANDOM site assigned him.

I happen to do this blogging gig to amuse myself, to educate my readership both inside and outside the District of Columbia, and incidently to make some money with my Amazon links whereby I can earn commissions. So if I link to something on Amazon in a blog post and you find it interesting, buy it, won't you? For example, attorney Branca's new book... (click on the image below to buy the book from Amazon)



You may want to also purchase Kappas' indispensable Traveler's Guide to the Firearms Laws of the Fifty States (picture link below). If you travel anywhere in the U.S. and cross state lines, this book can keep you literally OUT OF JAIL. (Click here for another article on this same case.) As the expression goes, "Ignorance of the law is no excuse." You need to buy this book's new edition every year to really stay on top of new gun laws if you own a gun.

DISCLOSURE: If you buy an Amazon item that I link to, Amazon will pay me a small commission.


NOTE: I do not necessarily endorse every product listed on this blog; use good judgment!

#unpaidad: I have joined the Armed Citizen's Legal Defense Network for a reasonable fee. Their awesome idea is to promote knowledge about lawful self defense, and one key benefit is a network of participating criminal defense attorneys who you can contact BEFORE you need one -- if you should ever be involved in a defensive shooting. If you are carrying a gun for self defense, you need to strongly consider joining
ACLDN.

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A Poor [Man's] Guide to Affordable Guns

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Because I lurk on 4chan.org/k/, I found the Poorffag* Guide to Inexpensive Guns... Handguns, rifles, shotguns! The cutoff is (approx.) s very low $300! Most "good guns" cost at least $500-700, but those listed here are reasonably priced!

Sources of inexpensive but quality guns:
Allan's Armory
CDNN Sports
JG Sales


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*Poorfag is not used as a pejorative, but as a term on 4chan for 4chan users.
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Teach Yr Daughter to Shoot TRO is Paper

"...a three-judge panel of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a trial court ruling in one of the most significant Second Amendment cases of his career. Not only did the 2-1 majority invalidate San Diego County's restrictive policy for obtaining a concealed-carry handgun permit, it went on to declare that the personal right to keep and bear arms extends outside the home."

This likely means restrictive "may-issue" laws at the county level in California will be swept away, and the law-abiding will be able to fight back against violent criminals not just in their homes but on California's streets.

Read the whole thing here, at California Lawyer's blog: California's Triggerman
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FLASHLIGHT Streamlight Polytac(Streamlight Polytac, LEFT)SureFire 6PX metal LED two power output(Surefire 6PX, RIGHT)

If you've seen The Walking Dead on AMC, you know that they run into scary situations ALL THE TIME. But the writers never thought to have the characters grab flashlights after the collapse into Zombie World!! If it was me, I'd grab lots of batteries and flashlights...

Just last night (Season Five premiere), a tense situation could have turned out differently if someone had had a flashlight like the Streamlight Polytac (below, as recommended in a recent American Handgunner magazine article). I'll be buying one soon with my own money. It's durable, very bright, handy thanks to the large clip, and inexpensive.

NOTE: The black version is about $1.50 more expensive than the tan version -- who knows why?

I personally endorse the SureFire G2 Nitrolon, as I have posted before. I'm cheap, so this one is great on that score. But -- be forewarned -- the battery end cap/switch unscrews, meaning you could disassemble your flashlight... Get the 6PX (metal, LED, two-level output) for $20 more...

Surefire G2 Nitrolon Single Output Incandescent

Don't be like the sad cases you read of in the news who shoot a loved one because the defender thought the loved one was a bad guy!! YOU MUST KNOW WHAT YOU ARE SHOOTING AT, ALWAYS. IF IN DOUBT, DO NOT SHOOOT!

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JIC you don't know what a weeaboo is: http://weeaboo.urbanup.com/2099371
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GIVEAWAY OVER!

Aero Precision is giving away an AR-15 (semi-auto) rifle with Magpul furniture (the stock, grip, sometimes the handguard(s)). This rifle is considered an evil black rifle, and you cannot own it in restrictive jurisdictions like Washington, DC, New York City, California (until it is mutiliated per state law), etc.

It is your responsibility to KNOW THE LAWS OF YOUR STATE OR MUNICIPALITY.
Always let us know if you win a gun prize through DC Handgun Info, and tell your friends!
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ENDS 31Jan15 Grab a Gun Arsenal 556 folder rifle


  Just because a rifle looks like a fully automatic AK doesn't mean that it is. This rifle is semi-automatic ONLY and fires the U.S./NATO standard 5.56 round. It features a folding stock, too, so it will fit in smaller spaces than the fixed stock model.

CLOSED JANUARY 31, 2015

As I've stated before, restrictive jurisdictions (Hawaii, Md., Mass., NY, NJ, DC, among others) may have a ban on owning this gun. So, please, do some research: Contact your state "rifle and pistol association, or go to gunlaws.com, a publishing site that offers books about your individual state's laws. (Unpaid ad.) Good luck!

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