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Male Gun Owners Are Attractive, Not Crazed Ammosexuals

A guy who handles a gun will keep you safer in any event of danger. A guy who handles a gun still has his masculinity intact today. A guy who handles a gun will teach you how to protect yourself and wants you to be

Interview with 2nd Amendment Defender Antonia Okafor

Antonia Okafor is someone you need to familiarize yourself with if you haven’t already. A native of Texas, Antonia currently serves as the Southwest Director of Students for Concealed Carry

Remember When We Had A President Who Brought This Country Together Amidst Tragedy

One can say that a President’s worth is measured in how they handle tragedy and adversity. One need not look back to Abraham Lincoln or FDR to search for examples. On this day, 30 years ago, one of the worst tragedies occurred in American Aerospace exploration.

What A Congressional Democrat Wastes the Peoples’ Time and Money On

Have you ever wondered what Democrat Lawmakers in Congress do now that Obama has basically told them to sit down and shut up while he hijacks the entire legislative process through things like his army of Czars and his Executive Actions?

Interview With Andrea Haas of Huntress View

The rise of female hunters in America is worth celebrating. Since more women discover the outdoors and shooting sports industry, it’s worth noting this and embracing the trend–as blogs like Huntress View are doing.

Electrified Booby Trapped Bike Shocks a Number of Would Be Thieves [Video]

In the following video entitled Bait Bike in the Hood Prank, the brothers rig up a bike with electrodes in the seat and in the handle bars to give the thieves (who think they are so smooth) a rude awakening and a lesson that stealing is wrong.

Bruce Jenner Makes Me Want To Vomit

To paraphrase Snoop Dogg, “Bruce Jenner isn’t news, he’s a science experiment.” I couldn’t agree more.  Shame on ESPN to be force feeding the sports watching public with this liberal dogmatic crap, continually hammering in this lie that having a sex change is somehow normal or a courageous act. No.  It is a mental disorder.  It even has a name, Body Dysmorphic Disorder.  We don’t champion anorexics or bulimics for being “brave” enough to starve or vomit their way to a thinner body. There is nothing brave or natural about chopping off parts of your body and taking a plethora of drugs to change your sex.  It’s a psychological disease that needs treatment and therapy and all the people who are cheering for Bruce Jenner’s mutilation of himself are fooling both themselves and this man whose mental disorder has led him down a path of Frankensteinian horror. Posit for a moment...

NAACP Acting Just like the Taliban and ISIS

I remember years ago how disgusted I was when the Taliban, left unchallenged, made it a mission to actively destroy history. I remember watching the Buddha‘s of Bamiyan, after surviving 1500 years of wars, mother nature, erosion and all things that threatened it over 15 centuries, were destroyed by dynamite by the hateful, small minded and petty fools of the Taliban. For history buffs the video below may be a little difficult to watch. In an instant, some ignorant hate filled terrorists destroy history because they don’t agree with it. ISIS is no better as you can see in the photo below of them rampaging through a Museum of Assyrian Antiquities in Nimrod, Iraq with sledgehammers.   These savages take glee and cheer the destruction of all history that they do not agree with.  All in order to promote their own, narrow ideological dogma. And now the NAACP can...

Political Correctness Kills the Dukes of Hazzard; TVLand Pulls Show off Network Because of the General Lee

Just’a good ol’ boys…Never meanin’ no harm. But apparently that’s not good enough for the rabid, foaming at the mouth, thin skinned radicals of the left. In case you haven’t heard, the cable channel TV Land has kow towed to progressive pressure and pulled the Dukes of Hazzard from the lineup. Why? Because the General Lee, the iconic television car has the Stars and Bars emblazoned on its roof. Never mind that the Duke boys were in no way racists.  That the General Lee was never used in a hit and run against a black person or in anyway could be viewed as being inherently racist. No.  Just the fact that some people may have a sense of pride in their heritage, liberal progressive mouth breathers feel they must stomp it out as quickly as they can because of an isolated incident. Not only has TV Land pulled the...

Build a Rocket Stove On The Cheap

With all the politics, legislation and real tales of self defense that gets covered here on Bullets First sometimes I like to mix it up a bit when I find something interesting that is 2nd Amendment adjacent. In this instance I am referring to the every-man’s rocket stove. For those of you who may be unfamiliar with the term, the rocket stove is an efficient cooking stove using small diameter wood fuel which is burned in a simple high-temperature combustion chamber containing a vertical chimney and a secondary air supply, which ensures almost complete combustion prior to the flames reaching the cooking surface. Here’s a design that gives you the gist of it: That above design calls for a 55 gallon drum, and trust me there are others out there that seem more apropos to shuttle launches than grilling up some food; with a price tag to match. Leave it...

Heartwarming tale of respect for a WW2 Veteran

It always touches me when a random act of kindness is displayed to one of America’s veterans. Especially when the veteran in question either spent his time punching Nazis in the face or shooting Kamikazes out of the sky. In this case the veteran in question was one of the latter. From Sons of Liberty: A 92-year-old World War II veteran Robert Niemen was just wanting to have a meal with his son and a couple of other people for his birthday at Outback Steakhouse. However, what he experienced was an incredible display of respect and honor for a man that provided an incredible service for his country in time of need. Bob Niemen, the son of the World War II veteran, wrote to Opposing Views about what happened at the Sebring, Florida Outback Steakhouse. “I did 27 years on the Police Dept. and people never cease to amaze...

Towns Look To Secede From New York; Become Pennsylvanian

I don’t know if it’s possible but I wish all the luck to the 15 towns in Upstate New York that are looking to abandon the sinking ship that is the Empire State and find a home in the Keystone. Here’s a brief look at an article that covers the bases as to why these towns are looking to greener pastures: From Menrec.com: Cuomo’s Fracking Ban Leads 15 Towns To Consider Seceding to Pennsylvania Governor Cuomo’s indecision on the fracking issue in New York led businesses to leave the state for years.  His recent ban will certainly do little to curtail the departure of those businesses. There’s an even more surprising migration being discussed because of the fracking ban, however – entire towns. Fifteen of them to be exact. Fifteen towns in the Upstate New York Towns Association are actively researching whether or not they can secede to Pennsylvania, in part due...

An Adorable Story on Valentines Day with a Lion a Tiger and a Bear…oh my!

I’m not a fan of Valentines Day.  It is truly the quintessential Hallmark Holiday and the notion that a guy should treat his girlfriend/wife better on this day than the other 364 days of the year is insulting. If you aren’t treating your significant other like she’s the most special creature on the planet but for once a year, you are failing. Valentines day is the one day I take off from romance because its not special if you are obligated to do it.  It would be like saying you are volunteering for something that is all ready mandatory. With that being said, I felt like I would nonetheless share a story of loving friendship between three unique individuals.  A friendship that was forged in hardship yet has withstood the test of time and animal instinct. I’m referring to these adorable characters:   Leo the Lion, Baloo the Bear and Shere...

Challenger “Touches the Face of God” January 28th 1986

I was just a kid in 1986 and space travel and astronauts was very exciting. I remember watching the Challenger exploding and my young eyes not really believing what I was seeing. Then the leader of our nation got on television and put into words what a young heart couldn’t speak at the time.  Just 650 words, delivered in under 5 minutes comforted me and a grieving nation.  I consider myself lucky that the first President that I knew was Ronald Reagan…it is a pity that those who have followed him have been found wanting. The following article is from Savingourfuture.com and goes into greater detail about the Challenger crash and the man who soothed a nations grief. Twenty-nine years ago today, January 28, 1986, the NASA Space Shuttle orbiter Challenger exploded and broke apart 73 seconds into its flight, leading to the deaths of its seven crew members...

Musical Guns – A Gunpowder Homage To Pitch Perfect (video)

In case you never saw the movie Pitch Perfect, Anna Kendrick uses an empty cup to keep the beat while she sings  “When I’m Gone.” She did it a capella and it was pretty good. In truth, until now, I never thought it was missing anything. Then I saw this and realized what was missing…FIREPOWER. This is Nashville singer Jim Huish’s rendition of the song with a 2nd Amendment twist. Enjoy! True, the vocals are drowned out a bit at the end by the near automatic fire, but still…if that didn’t bring a smile to your face then this winter has frozen your heart my friend.  This is pretty clever interpretation of what Ms. Kendrick did in the movie and the coordination of which wasn’t easy by any means. For those of you who hadn’t seen the Pitch Perfect, here is the clip in which I have been referencing http://youtu.be/v2mawaBrvFg Despite what the gun...

Christmas Break For Bullets First

Hey faithful readers.  Just wanted to take a moment to assure you that Bullets First hasn’t gone anywhere. Just with the Christmas season in full swing and some inclement weather making my internet connection spotty I have been unable to write any new articles. As such, until the 26th of December I will be on holiday. Before I go, allow me to wish you the very Merriest of Christmas’s and let us remember that the season is more than just gift giving and commercialization. And after the family festivities draw to a close, when you go out with friends be it on Christmas or New Year’s…be...

Tactical Christmas Stocking For The Gun Lover In Your Family

I like to wait until my Thanksgiving dinner is fully digested before I start thinking about Christmas shopping.  So no, you will not see me fight tooth and claw with a herd of wild animals on Black Friday, and ESPECIALLY not on Thursday night.  In fact I put the notion out of my mind completely until now or else I would have written about this item sooner. The NRA has up armored the traditional Christmas stocking and is selling it online for $25. I have to admit, while my naysayers may think I live in a bunker with camoflauge netting and sleep upon a pile of sandbags, the reality is that I don’t go for the “tactical everything in my life look.”  Because of that, I can see something like this and appreciate it’s kitschy coolness. I mean, who WOULDN’T want a desert tan, tactical black or olive drab...

A Sobering Look At Ferguson On This Thanksgiving Day

First and foremost, I’m sure the law abiding citizens who armed up before the verdict are thankful they live in a state that respects their right to keep and bear arms for self defense.  No doubt the fires, looting and riots would have been much more expansive had the mob been unopposed by those willing to stand up for themselves and their community. But this article isn’t about the common sense of being armed against a mob. I read something this morning from a New Orleans Saints player, Benjamin Watson, who encapsulates the entire sentiment of the Ferguson affair in a level headed and objective way. From Watson’s Facebook Page: At some point while I was playing or preparing to play Monday Night Football, the news broke about the Ferguson Decision. After trying to figure out how I felt, I decided to write it down. Here are my thoughts:...