First off: This article is an over-all, general purpose discussion of various gun-related things for the newly-awakened White. It’s not meant to supersede any instructions you get from qualified instructors, etc. All you gun “aficionados” please feel free to chime in below. By now, everyone should have already made the decision to arm themselves and I hope you have too. If not, let’s get cracking!
Second: You must learn gun safety rules TOTALLY. No excuses. Go take a class, read the literature pertaining to the subject. Get a friend who is knowledgeable to assist you. Do not skip all this if you are a novice, or even if you might think you’re not. Don’t get “cocky” (sorry, couldn’t resist).
Number one: Never put your finger near the trigger until you are absolutely sure of having to use it. Two: always keep the barrel pointed in a safe direction, like up in the air or down at the ground. Three: Consider all guns fully loaded and dangerous until YOU, not anyone else, verifies that it’s not. Anyone who laughs about all this sucks.
Never, EVER chamber a round until you are ready to start shooting at the range, or when you know that something is starting to happen nearby that may endanger you. Like hearing a window break downstairs when you know nobody should be there at this time of night. Once you become totally familiar with your weapon (and you better), chambering and disengaging the safety will become second nature.
An acquaintance of mine, a black woman, had her teen-aged boy shoot himself in the leg when his stupid bro gave him a loaded 9mm semi to check out. He could have easily killed himself, or someone else. Semi-auto handguns can be very dangerous to the novice.
Basic gun safety.
The following is a brief rundown on weapon selections to make. It is meant for you and a small group to form a mutually supporting tactical unit. Let’s say your family and 3 or 4 other families had to band together, should the political and social situation warrant it. Each of the adults in your group should be equipped with sidearms, shotguns or rifles and know how to use them!
If your band seems to have your act together, other Whites will soon join up with you. All of us racially-aware, pro-Whites are natural leaders and will act accordingly. Do not lose faith if you think no one else is out there, remember the evil people responsible for this mess have so far cornered much of the communications in America. That won’t last long once the real trouble starts.
Each of you has the capacity to help those around you and fight back against the greedy bastards trying to steal America. Go here and read this: Leaderless resistance. Always keep your initial group intact, your wits and morale about you. Whatever happens, never give up your weapons no matter what.
White people will ALWAYS have leaders that rise to the occasion. They know that and will be doing whatever they can to kill the best of us.
Unfortunately, Jewry will still try to infiltrate our ranks and until there is mass understanding of the Jew (more everyday now), we will always have the chance of embedded elements trying to dissuade us, deflect and trick us. Beware of these “Judas Goats,” who secretly wish for you to go along with the Zionist Jew infiltration of our government, leading to the destruction of America and eventually the White race. These “fifth-columnists” can look, talk and act just like one of us.
They are 2 distinct types to select from: Revolver and semi-automatic. Revolvers are the easiest to understand and operate. Sure, semi-autos are “cool,” generally high capacity, fast loading, etc. but can be dangerous if you do not learn how to use it properly. This stems from the hidden nature of where the bullets are. The clip goes into the handle and the bullets feed off that into the firing chamber.
LISTEN UP: The gun can be ready to fire if the last person using it (including you), chambered a round and left it that way.
To check it, you must pull back the “slide” (which is generally the entire top half of the gun) towards the rear so you can look into the chamber on the right side. The gun will have a catch on the left side to keep the slide from springing back. But first, remove the clip from the handle and keep the gun pointed at the ground before doing any of this!
Once the slide is pulled back and “latched” (sometimes difficult to do), you can look down into the chamber to see if a bullet is in there. The chamber is just behind the barrel. That top slide action is what feeds the bullet into the chamber, so DON’T put a loaded magazine into the handle, because you will be loading the chamber once you release the slide!
Revolvers are easy, where you can usually see the bullets in the revolving cylinder just behind the barrel. Most of the time, there is a easy way to disengage the bullet cylinder so it swings out to the side and you can fill it with rounds or empty any fired shells. Look for a button or catch on the left, or check the bar underneath the barrel. Again, keep it pointed down as you figure that out. Do not pull or “cock” the firing hammer. Keep your fingers on the side of the pistol, away from the trigger or bunched down on the grip.
There is absolutely no reason for you to NOT consider the revolver. Do not let the Hollywood image of a semi-auto make you buy it. Revolvers are dependable, inexpensive and easy to operate. But if you do decide on a semi-auto, learn it well. Go to a range and practice with it several times! DO NOT BUY A MAGNUM RESEARCH PISTOL. IT’S MADE BY ISRAEL.
Nothing will get more attention then the “click-clack” sound of you jacking the pump of your shotgun and chambering a shell (with practice, you can do it quietly). Shotguns will give you more stopping power than a pistol, but the range is not really much further than pistols (unless you use rifled slugs). Pistols and shotguns are your close-in, last ditch defense weapons. A Remington 870 Home Defense shotgun will run you $350 or less. I suggest 12 gauge, pump-action models, with high capacity magazines. Mossberg, Winchester and Remington all have good selections. The Mossberg 500 Cruiser is small, easily concealable, lightweight and packs a big wallop!
A NOTE ON RECOIL
You will be surprised on how little recoil there is on most firearms, even for women or lightly-built men. In rifles, the .270 caliber has the least recoil and anyone can shoot it. The 12 gauge shotgun is not at all bad, unless you shoot the Magnum 3 1/2″ shot shell.
Recoil is not really a factor until you get into the .44 Magnum “Dirty Harry” kind of pistols, or the African Safari “Elephant Guns” of yore. You should be well-served with weapons much less monstrous, so don’t fall for the trap of having to own something more powerful than the next guy. Remember, this is not a macho thing at all, but a survival thing. You want a weapon you do not fear using easily, or makes you flinch when firing. This will screw up your aim!
PISTOL CARTRIDGES AND MEDIUM-RANGE RIFLES
There’s a wide variety here. Guns like the H&K MP5 or the Kel-Tec Sub 2000 may look bad (as in tough), but usually only shoot pistol sized bullets like the 9mm, .40 or .45 ACP (H&K does have larger calibers). The next step up are the 30-30 Winchester or Marlin rifles (looks like something from the Westerns); these have a bullet chambering handle below the stock — you jack it to feed a bullet from a tube under the barrel. Good weapons, but limited to around 100 yards range. You would be at risk from those with longer range weapons. Think more about the bullet you want, rather than how the gun looks.
This would be your AK-47s and AR-15s. The AK-47 is cheaper, but you may have more problems getting ammo if worse comes to worse. This is because the police and military use the same bullets as the AR and that may become a factor. Plus, the AR-15 is easier to “trick out” and will have more accuracy and range. Don’t get me wrong, a good-quality AK is an excellent choice, too. Rugged, reliable and easy to use. It’ll do the job and that’s the main thing. There are even versions (although harder to come by) that shoot AR-15 ammo (.223/5.56 mm NATO. Current US military issue: SS109 “green tip”).
If you can afford an AR-15, get the “flat-top” upper with back-up iron sights and top it off with a combat “both-eyes-open,” low-light, or red dot scopes like the Trijicon, Eotech, Aimpoint, or Bushnell HOLO Sight, some of which may cost serious bucks. Or just get a good inexpensive, but water and fog-proof, optical scope for 100-200 yards (about $100-$300).
Woman firing the easily handled AR-15 assault rifle. Note the flat top upper part just under the scope (probably a non-magnifying red dot). The normally seen “carry handle” top is fine, too, just not as convenient for mounting scopes. If you do get the flat top version (like above), also try to get back-up iron sights that flip-up, should your scope be rendered unusable.
You could also go with the semi-auto hunting rifles, such as the Browning BAR Lightweight Stalker with a synthetic stock, in .270, 30.06 or .308 caliber. That would be a fine choice.
If you are on a tight-budget, go ahead and take a look at the SKS. It fires the same round as the AK and you can snag a decent one for less than $200. Plus, you can get a nice synthetic aftermarket stock for it down the road.
The right ones are much more accurate than everything else. Longer range, too. This is why snipers use them. It would be nice if one or two in your party had a very accurate rifle with a good scope, in .270, 30.06, .308, or NATO 7.62mm caliber.*
Pay extra effort having it accurately zeroed in for shooting by you, maybe try to enlist some help from a friendly gun aficionado. Generally speaking, you want to be able to put a bullet about 1″ high on the target at 100 yards, or dead-on at 200 yards. You can really get into bullet types, scopes and all kinds of complicated stuff with these rifles, should it interest you. It’s actually a big-time sport.
Do it now! Buy a pistol and a shotgun, or a pistol and an assault rifle NOW. This month, this weekend or tomorrow. Don’t tell yourself that you will in 6 months. You can buy one second-hand, just check it out thoroughly and maybe have a gun buddy come help you. Check the action and the inside of the barrel by using a white piece of paper next to a strong light. It doesn’t have to be pretty on the outside (but most Whites take pride in ownership). Do NOT respond to ads where you might not be safe making the transaction (like if the seller communicates in Ebonics).
Try to come up with at least a grand, or as much as you can afford. Prices have gone seriously upwards, availability has dropped over the last few years since Whites are now rightfully figuring out that something is seriously amiss with the US. With the installation of our latest Zionist puppet, Barry Soetoro, gun sales have now gone through the roof.
Buy around 200 rounds of pistol ammo and about 500 rounds of rifle ammo. More, if you can afford it. You won’t be carrying that, so don’t freak out at the weight when you leave the gun show (more later). Don’t forget: Money is really nothing but colored paper and will be worth SQUAT once the SHTF (feces hits the air circulating appliance).
Once you have your weapons, make double-sure you learn to use them. Also, take all precautions you can to keep children away. Lock them up! All pistols come with a trigger lock for free. Get one for your rifle or lock them someplace so the kids cannot get into. Keep the key with you at all times. Lock up the ammo in a second location, if possible and by all means double and triple-check that the chamber is empty!
If you are concerned about home invasion, they are products that can safely secure your pistol and make it fast to get to, like a small gun safe with a combination lock. Set it with the same PIN number as your ATM card. You could keep a loaded revolver there, for home invasion and your other weapons/ammo cache under more security.
Whatever you do, use that White brain of yours!
Next, find a range to practise shooting. Sign up for a Hunter or Firearm’s Safety class. If you buy from a local dealer, he should be able to help you in all of this. In fact, it may be worth the extra money spent here, than at some gunshow. Perhaps you can buy ammo and accessories there, but spend the lion’s share on the actual weapon with a company close by.
Finding a range to fire rifles may be a bit more tricky for you urbanites. I suggest a weekend getaway for you and your wife at a bed and breakfast at a nearby rural range. And I’m not trying to give you advice on your sex-life as well!
Please go read my conclusion, “Get Yourself Ready NOW White People!” for info on your clothing, tactical gear, “GO bag” and other accessories.
— Phillip Marlowe
* There are often complicated differences in bullets, such as caliber, weight (grains), the powder used, etc. etc. 9mm, .223, 30.06 and .308 or 7.62 NATO rounds should be the easiest to obtain down the road. Perhaps the AK round (7.62 x 39) will also be available. Try to simplify things whenever possible and don’t hesitate to ask questions when you buy. Real White people love to help other Whites just coming to their senses and you can use the opportunity to spread the message about the Jew.