5.56 Timeline

They are preparing the narrative

 “A new report via the Department of Homeland Security Counterterrorism Mission Center, first seen by ABC News, warns if additional lockdowns are seen, it could very well spark violence. 

“A variety of illicit actors are responding violently to stay-at-home orders and social distancing measures in place due to COVID-19, and we assess both public and private authority figures and essential workers are at highest risk of being targeted, particularly as the pandemic persists,” DHS said in the report, which was distributed to law enforcement and the federal government agencies last week. 

“Even as parts of the country begin lifting some of these measures, some illicit actors probably will view any continued state-mandated orders as government overreach, and anticipated safety guidelines and policies—specifically the use of face masks—probably also will serve as a driving factor behind continued violent incidents related to the pandemic,” the report said. 

The DHS report comes as the country, as a whole, has been reopening but comes as media is starting to hype the resurgence of a second coronavirus wave. Not too long ago, we asked: Will Americans Submit To A Second Lockdown? — and the answer to this question is that a massive political divide continues to increase between red-state governors (who want to reopen and stay open) and blue state governors (extend lockdowns and social distancing for fear a second wave is nearing). It will likely be up to each citizen to decide if they should be quarantined in their homes again. DHS warns people could commit “violent acts” against the government if lockdowns are extended or new ones are seen. 

“Public health officials are warning of a possible second-wave of COVID-19 in late 2020, which would likely result in at least some states re-implementing stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of the virus, according to press reporting. Should this occur, we would expect a repeat of current responses, including additional incidents of hostility against these restrictions, some of which could result in violence targeting law enforcement or other individuals attempting to enforce the stay-at-home orders,” according to the report.

There have already been several incidents during the first round of lockdowns, including militia with assault-style weapons rolling up to multiple state capitol buildings demanding governors reopen their respective local economies. 

Second Amendment supporters hanged an effigy of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear from a tree as they denounced his administration’s stay-at-home restrictions over Memorial Day weekend.”

From ZH

Another Old Delta Force Gun Picture

This older photo of a Delta force guy has some interesting stuff going on in it gun wise.

First off we have the redi-mag. Then the ubiquitous vertical foregrip that looks like an A2 pistol grip with surefire light common for that era on Delta guns. Then the optics.

I *think that is an ARMS riser with same brand rings with a Leupold scope I don’t quite recognize with a PVS14 mounted to the rear of the scope. BUID is the Knights 300 meter version.

The Colt M4 is old enough to have the CAR15 stock and the older grey looking anodizing.

I don’t know who this guy is. A retired Delta Force guy shared this photo yesterday among photos of other Delta operators who are all now deceased. So I’m assuming this fella is as well. RIP.

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Kongsberg Colt

The picture above speaks for itself. A German soldier holding a captured 1911. But it has caused some debate on if that was a “Kongsberg Colt” One of the few made in Norway for their military under license. A big hint is the slide stop unique to the Norway 1911s.

“During the German occupation of Norway (1940–1945), manufacture of the pistol, given the designation Pistole 657(n), was continued under German control. The Waffenamt acceptance mark (WaA84) was added in 1945 and only those 920 pistols produced that year were ever Waffenamt-marked”