On this page of short snippets you'll get updated site pages, brief commentary and links to the full blog, Aggregate Verity.
Aggregate Verity is the separate blog associated directly with the Christian Gun Owner website. It allows extended commentary on a wide range of issues related to gun rights, U.S. society, government and Christian life.
A hub for examining articles pertaining to guns and our responsible behavior and handling of them
Learn how to sort through all the gun writer anecdotes to choose the best firearm for you.
Review of the Smith and Wesson 638 Airweight Revolver
The Ruger Alaskan .44 magnum revolver is a big, hefty, short barrel, big bore revolver that gets the job done.
Guns and Pit Bulls - An article on the attitude of liberal America toward both
Important basic instructions including safety and carry considerations for the new gun owner
Review of the Smith and Wesson Military and Police .40 S&W Caliber pistol
USCCA review discusses the United States Concealed Carry association as it is today. That includes the addition of the Self Defense Shield.
This surprising little Taurus Model 85 was twenty years old the first time it was shot. See how it performed.
If it wasn't clear to anybody what the insidious character of Barack Obama was, his signature legislation should clear it up for anybody with a brain. Read more....
Smith and Wesson's M&P line of pistols has been a winner, hands down. Since the initial guns came off the manufacturing line, they have proven to be dependable, durable and accurate. That has resulted in a number of models too extensive to keep up with.
For the M&P Shield, the gun has distinguished itself as particularly suitable for concealed carry. As anybody who reads this website knows, I am a big fan of guns that are concealable, while still providing good ergonomics for controllable firing. The Shield has been just that.
But, as with all good things, they are not perfect. Smith and Wesson is calling on Shield owners to test their guns for a failure that can cause the gun to fire if dropped.
As we all know, today, that is a big no-no. Virtually all modern firearms are made with safeguards to prevent accidental shock firing.
In the case of the S&W Shield manufactured before August 19, 2013, there is the possibility of a condition where the trigger bar pin could damage the lower trigger in a way that could affect the drop safety of the firearm.
While it appears that it is probably in a limited batch of pistols, S&W is asking owners of all Shield pistols to do a safety inspection for this problem.
The specific feature is found here on S&W's website.
To Smith and Wesson's credit, they are making broad inspections and if guns are found to be defective, they will repair them at no charge to the owner.
This is an example of a situation where no one should start trashing this line of guns for this glitch. Every gun manufacturer suffers failures from time to time. The question is whether they take care of them comprehensively.
It appears that S&W has and is in this case.
If you have a Shield, check it out according to the procedure S&W lays out in the link above. If your gun is defective, send it in and they will fix it.
The U.S. has a long history of standing up against tyranny. We have been especially defensive of those accosted by atrocities. We have armed rebels and put troops in harm's way for the people of other nations. Now we have people exterminated by chemical weapons in Syria. Read more......
The Obama administration awash in scandal has both resulted in and is using a brand new buzzword that is spreading like wildfire. "OUTRAGEOUS" .....Read More
Consider the Fobus Ankle Holster as a tool to help you go armed 100% of the time.
Links to rifle and shotgun articles on the Christian Gun Owner website.
GLOCK reviews and comparisons between the GLOCK 17, 19, 22, 23 and 34
Exerpt links to articles about Smith and Wesson handguns on the Christian Gun Owner site.
Links to articles about Ruger Handguns on the Christian Gun Owner site.
In 2013, the sudden outburst from gun control advocates has been an opportunistic response to the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting. But moral authority for the debate is seriously lacking. Read more .....
Talked to a friend today who just bought his first .9mm pistol for his wife and him. I asked if he had been doing any shooting with it yet. Response: "Can't get any ammo."
I've said it before and I'll say it again. It's a sad display of cowardice when bullet hoarding gun owners create a situation where nobody can buy ammo, when there should be plenty for everybody. People getting their first gun can't get a single box of ammo to try it out.
Gun owning hoarders acting like scared children when politicians scare them show just exactly how determined they are to take care of themselves. Let everybody else do without.
Nobody's "taken" anything away except for the gutless panic laden ammo hoarders that fight back by grabbing everything they can, hunkering down with their comforting piles of bullets, disregarding everybody else.
At this point, they are worse than the politicians that cause their panic. I wonder how many of them write, post and mouth off big, bold statements.
Yeah right. They're too busy hiding with their ammo to do anything that counts.
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