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The GOA, Your Congressman & Opponents Gun Rights Report card

Just so you know what the Weasels record really is & not what they say! Grumpy

2018 CANDIDATE RATING SCORECARD

Candidates who have established a voting record, either in the office for which they are running or in another elected office, are evaluated primarily based on that voting record. However, sponsorship of pro or antigun legislation and other such factors can affect their grade.
If an incumbent or challenger has not established a voting record or demonstrated his or her position in some other way, that candidate is evaluated on his or her responses to the GOA 2018 Federal Candidate Questionnaire or public statements.
Every candidate, whether an incumbent or challenger, begins with an “A” and is then downgraded for each antigun position or vote.
A+ Pro-Gun Leader: introduces pro-gun legislation.
A – A- Pro-Gun Voter: philosophically sound.
B – B- Pro-Gun Compromiser: generally leans our way.
C – C- Leans Our Way: occasionally.
D – D- Leans Anti-Gun: usually against us.
F Anti-Gun Voter: a philosophically committed anti-gunner.
F- Anti-Gun Leader: outspoken anti-gun advocate who carries anti-gun legislation.
NR Not rated: Refused to answer his or her questionnaire; no track record.
SORT BY: 

Bradley Byrne (R)

B

Robert Kennedy Jr (D)

NR

Martha Roby (R)

B

Tabitha Isner (D)

F

Mike Rogers (R)

B

Mallory Hagan (D)

F

Robert Aderholt (R)

B

Lee Auman (D)

F

Mo Brooks (R)

A

Peter Joffrion (D)

F

Gary Palmer (R)

A-

Danner Kline (D)

F

Terri Sewell (D)

F

Don Young (R)

B

Alyse Galvin (D)

D

Martha McSally (R)

A-

Kyrsten Sinema (D)

F

Wendy Rogers (R)

A

Tom O’Halleran (D)

F

Lea Peterson (R)

NR

Ann Kirkpatrick (D)

D

Nick Pierson (R)

NR

Raúl Grijalva (D)

F-

Paul Gosar (R)

A+

David Brill (D)

NR

Andy Biggs (R)

A

Joan Greene (D)

F

David Schweikert (R)

A-

Anita Malik (D)

D

Ruben Gallego (D)

F-

Debbie Lesko (R)

A

Hiral Tipirneni (D)

D

Steve Ferrara (R)

NR

Greg Stanton (D)

F

Rick Crawford (R)

B

Chintan Desai (D)

F

French Hill (R)

B

Clarke Tucker (D)

F

Steve Womack (R)

B

Joshua Mahony (D)

NR

Bruce Westerman (R)

A-

Hayden Shamel (D)

D

Dianne Feinstein (D)

F-

Kevin de Leon (D)

F-

Doug LaMalfa (R)

A-

Audrey Denney (D)

F

Dale Mensing (R)

NR

Jared Huffman (D)

F-

Charlie Schaupp (R)

NR

John Garamendi (D)

F-

Tim McClintock (R)

A-

Jessica Morse (D)

F

Mike Thompson (D)

F

Doris Matsui (D)

F-

Jrmar Jefferson (D)

NR

Andrew Grant (R)

NR

Ami Bera (D)

F-

Tim Donnelly (R)

A

Paul Cook (R)

B

Marla Livengood (R)

NR

Jerry McNerney (D)

F-

Jeff Denhem (R)

A-

Josh Harder (D)

F

John Fitzgerald (R)

NR

Mark DeSaulnier (D)

F-

Lisa Remmer (R)

NR

Nancy Pelosi (D)

F-

Barbara Lee (D)

F-

Cristina Osmena (R)

D

Jackie Speier (D)

F-

Rudy Peters (R)

NR

Eric Swalwell (D)

F-

Elizabeth Heng (R)

NR

Jim Costa (D)

F

Ron Cohen (R)

NR

Ro Khanna (D)

F-

Christine Russell (R)

NR

Anna Eshoo (D)

F-

Justin Aguilera (R)

A

Zoe Lofgren (D)

F-

Jimmy Pannetta (D)

F-

David Valadao (R)

B

TJ Cox (D)

F

Devin Nunes (R)

B

Andrew Janz (D)

F

Kevin McCarthy (R)

C

Tatiana Matta (D)

NR

Justin Fareed (R)

A

Salud Carbajal (D)

F-

Stephen Knight (R)

B

Katie Hill (D)

F

Antonio Sabato Jr. (R)

A

Julia Brownley (D)

F-

Bryan Witt (D)

F

Judy Chu (D)

F-

Johny Nalbandian (R)

A

Adam Schiff (D)

F-

Benito Bernal (R)

NR

Tony Cardenas (D)

F-

Mark Reed (R)

A

Brad Sherman (D)

F-

Sean Flynn (R)

A

Peter Aguilar (D)

F-

Joshua Scott (R)

NR

Grace Napolitano (D)

F-

Kenneth Wright (R)

NR

Ted Lieu (D)

F-

Jimmy Gomez (D)

F-

Christian Valiente (R)

A

Norma Torres (D)

F-

Kimberlin Pelzer (R)

NR

Raul Ruiz (D)

F-

Ron Bassilian (R)

NR

Karen Bass (D)

F-

Ryan Downing (R)

NR

Linda Sanchez (D)

F-

Young Kim (R)

A

Gil Cisneros (D)

F

Lucille Roybal-Allard (D)

F-

Aja Smith (R)

A

Mark Takano (D)

F-

Ken Calvert (R)

B

Julia Peacock (D)

F

Omar Navarro (R)

B

Maxine Waters (D)

F-

Nanette Barragan (D)

F-

Mimi Walters (R)

B

Katie Porter (D)

F

Russ Lambert (R)

A

Lou Correa (D)

F-

John Briscoe (R)

A

Alan Lowenthal (D)

F-

Dana Rohrabacher (R)

A-

Harley Rouda (D)

F

Diane Harkey (R)

A

Mike Levin (D)

F

Duncan Hunter (R)

B

Ammar Campa-Najjar (D)

D

Juan Hidalgo Jr (R)

NR

Juan Vargas (D)

F-

Omar Qudrat (R)

NR

Scott Peters (D)

F-

Morgan Murtaugh (R)

A

Susan Davis (D)

F-

Casper Stockham (R)

NR

Diana DeGette (D)

F-

Peter Yu (R)

NR

Joe Neguse (D)

F

Scott Tipton (R)

B

Diane Mitsch Bush (D)

F

Ken Buck (R)

A

Karen McCormick (D)

F

Doug Lamborn (R)

B

Stephany Rose Spaulding (D)

F

Mike Coffman (R)

A-

Jason Crow (D)

F

Mark Barrington (R)

NR

Ed Perlmutter (D)

F-

Matthew Corey (R)

A

Chris Murphy (D)

F-

Jennifer Nye (R)

NR

John Larson (D)

F-

John Postemski (R)

NR

Joe Courtney (D)

F-

Dan Reale (L)

A

Angel Cadena (R)

A

Rosa DeLauro (D)

F-

Harry Arora (R)

C

Jim Himes (D)

F-

Manny Santos (R)

A

Jahana Hayes (D)

F

Rob Arlett (R)

A

Tom Carper (D)

F-

Scott Walker (R)

NR

Lisa Blunt Rochester (D)

F

Rick Scott (R)

D

Bill Nelson (D)

F-

Matt Gaetz (R)

A-

Jennifer Zimmerman (D)

F

Neal Dunn (R)

B

Bob Rackleff (D)

F

Ted Yoho (R)

A

Yvonne Hayes Hinson (D)

F

John Rutherford (R)

B

Ges Selmont (D)

F

Virginia Fuller (R)

A

Alfred Lawson (D)

F-

Michael Waltz (R)

A

Nancy Soderberg (D)

F

Mike Miller (R)

A-

Stephanie Murphy (D)

F-

Bill Posey (R)

A

Sanjay Patel (D)

F

Wayne Liebnitzky (R)

B

Darren Soto (D)

F-

Val Demings (D)

F-

Daniel Webster (R)

A

Dana Cottrell (D)

F

Gus Bilirakis (R)

B

Chris Hunter (D)

NR

George Buck (R)

A

Charlie Crist (D)

F-

Kathy Castor (D)

F-

Ross Spano (R)

A

Kristen Carlson (D)

F

Vern Buchanan (R)

B

David Shapiro (D)

F

Greg Steube (R)

A

Brian Mast (R)

D-

Lauren Baer (D)

F

Francis Rooney (R)

B

David Holden (D)

F

Alcee Hastings (D)

F-

Lois Frankel (D)

F-

Nicolas Kimaz (R)

A

Ted Deutch (D)

F-

Joe Kaufman (R)

NR

Debbie Wasserman Shultz (D)

F-

Frederica Wilson (D)

F-

Mario Diaz-Balart (R)

B

Mary Flores (D)

F

Carlos Curbelo (R)

D-

Debbie Mucarsel-Powell (D)

F

Maria Salazar (R)

B

Donna Shalala (D)

F

Buddy Carter (R)

B

Lisa Ring (D)

F

Herman West, Jr. (R)

A

Sanford Biship (D)

D-

Drew Ferguson (R)

B

Chuck Enderlin (D)

F

Joe Profit (R)

A

Hank Johnson (D)

F-

John Lewis (D)

F-

Karen Handel (R)

B

Lucy McBath (D)

F

Rob Woodall (R)

B

Carolyn Bourdeaux (D)

F

Austin Scott (R)

B

Doug Collins (R)

B

Josh McCall (D)

D

Jody Hice (R)

A+

Tabitha Johnson-Green (D)

F

Barry Loudermilk (R)

A-

Flynn Broady Jr (D)

NR

Rick Allen (R)

A-

Francys Johnson (D)

F

David Callahan (R)

C

David Scott (D)

F-

Tom Graves (R)

B

Steve Foster (D)

NR

Ron Curtis (R)

NR

Mazie Hirono (D)

F-

Cam Cavasso (R)

A

Ed Case (D)

F

Brian Evans (R)

F

Tulsi Gabbard (D)

F-

Russ Fulcher (R)

A

Christina McNeil (D)

F

W. Scott Howard (L)

A

Mike Simpson (R)

B

Aaron Swisher (D)

NR

Jimmy Lee Tillman (R)

NR

Bobby Rush (D)

F-

David Merkle (R)

A

Robin Kelly (D)

F-

Art Jones (R)

NR

Daniel Lipinski (D)

F-

Mark Lorch (R)

NR

Jesús “Chuy” Garcia (D)

F

Tom Hanson (R)

NR

Mike Quigley (D)

F-

Peter Roskam (R)

B-

Sean Casten (D)

F

Craig Cameron (R)

NR

Danny Davis (D)

F-

Jitendra Diganvker (R)

NR

Raja Krishnamoorthi (D)

F-

John Elleson (R)

D

Janice Schakowsky (D)

F-

Doug Bennett (R)

NR

Brad Schneider (D)

F-

Nick Stella (R)

NR

Bill Foster (D)

D

Mike Bost (R)

B

Brendan Kelly (D)

NR

Rodney Davis (R)

B

Betsy Dirksen Londrigan (D)

F

Randy Hultgren (R)

B

Lauren Underwood (D)

F

John Shimkus (R)

B

Kevin Gaither (D)

NR

Adam Kinzinger (R)

B

Sara Dady (D)

F

Bill Fawell (R)

NR

Cheri Bustos (D)

F

Darin LaHood (R)

A-

Junius Rodriguez (D)

NR

Mike Braun (R)

A

Joe Donnelly (D)

D

Mark Leyva (R)

A

Pete Visclosky (D)

F-

Jackie Walorski (R)

B

Mel Hall (D)

F

Jim Banks (R)

B

Courtney Tritch (D)

F

Jim Baird (R)

B

Tobi Beck (D)

NR

Susan Brooks (R)

B

Dee Thorton (D)

F

Greg Pence (R)

A

Jeannine Lee Lake (D)

F

Wayne Harmon (R)

NR

André Carson (D)

F-

Larry Bucshon (R)

B

William Tanoos (D)

NR

Trey Hollingsworth (R)

A-

Liz Watson (D)

F

Rod Blum (R)

A

Abby Finkenauer (D)

F

Christopher Peters (R)

A

Dave Loebsack (D)

F-

David Young (R)

B

Cindy Axne (D)

D

Steve King (R)

A+

J.D. Scholten (D)

NR

Roger Marshall (R)

B

Alan LaPolice (D)

D

Steve Watkins (R)

A

Paul Davis (D)

NR

Kevin Yoder (R)

B

Sharice Davids (D)

F

Ron Estes (R)

B

James Thompson (D)

D

James Comer (R)

A-

Paul Walker (D)

NR

Brett Guthrie (R)

B

Hank Linderman (D)

F

Vickie Glisson (R)

NR

John Yarmuth (D)

F-

Thomas Massie (R)

A+

Seth Hall (D)

D

Harold Rogers (R)

B

Kenneth Stepp (D)

NR

Andy Barr (R)

B

Amy McGrath (D)

F

Steve Scalise (R)

B

Jim Francis (D)

NR

Cedric Richmond (D)

F-

Clay Higgins (R)

A-

Mike Johnson (R)

A-

Ralph Abraham (R)

A-

Garret Graves (R)

A-

Eric Brakey (R)

A+

Angus King (I)

D

Zak Ringelstein (D)

F

Mark Holbrook (R)

A

Chellie Pingree (D)

F-

Bruce Poliquin (R)

B

Jared Golden (D)

NR

Tony Campbell (R)

A

Ben Cardin (D)

F-

Andy Harris (R)

A

Jess Colvin (D)

D

Liz Matory (R)

A

Dutch Ruppersberger (D)

F-

Charles Anthony (R)

NR

John Sarbanes (D)

F-

George McDermott (R)

A

Anthony Brown (D)

F-

Bill Devine (R)

NR

Steny Hoyer (D)

F-

Amie Hoeber (R)

C

David Trone (D)

F

Kevin Caldwell (L)

A

Richmond Davis (R)

NR

Elijah Cummings (D)

F-

David Griggs (L)

B

John Walsh (R)

NR

Jamie Raskin (D)

F-

Jasen Wunder (L)

A

Geoff Diehl (R)

A-

Elizabeth Warren (D)

F-

Richard Neal (D)

F-

Tracy Lovvorn (R)

A

Jim McGovern (D)

F-

Rick Green (R)

NR

Lori Trahan (D)

F

Joe Kennedy (D)

F-

John Hugo (R)

NR

Katherine Clark (D)

F-

Joe Schneider (R)

NR

Seth Moulton (D)

F-

Ayanna Pressley (D)

F-

Stephen Lynch (D)

F-

Peter Tedeschi (R)

NR

Bill Keating (D)

F-

John James (R)

A

Debbie Stabenow (D)

F-

Jack Bergman (R)

A-

Matthew Morgan (D)

F

Bill Huizenga (R)

B

Rob Davidson (D)

F

Justin Amash (R)

A+

Cathy Albro (D)

F

John Moolenaar (R)

A

Jerry Hilliard (D)

F

Travis Wines (R)

NR

Dale Kildee (D)

D-

Fred Upton (R)

C

Matt Longjohn (D)

F

Tim Walberg (R)

B

Gretchen Driskell (D)

F

Mike Bishop (R)

B

Elissa Slotkin (D)

F

Candius Stearns (R)

NR

Andy Levin (D)

F

Paul Mitchell (R)

B

Kimberly Bizon (D)

F

Lena Epstien (R)

A

Haley Stevens (D)

F

Jeff Jones (R)

A

Debbie Dingell (D)

F-

Rashida Tlaib (D)

F

Marc Herschfus (R)

NR

Brenda Lawrence (D)

F-

Jimmy Newberger (R)

A

Amy Klobuchar (D)

F-

Karin Housely (R)

NR

Tina Smith (D)

F

Jim Hagedorn (R)

A

Dan Feehan (D)

NR

Jason Lewis (R)

A-

Angie Craig (D)

F

Erik Paulsen (R)

C

Dean Philips (D)

F

Greg Ryan (R)

A

Betty McCollum (D)

F-

Jennifer Zielinski (R)

NR

IIhan Omar (D)

F

Tom Emmer (R)

A-

Ian Todd (D)

D

Dave Hughes (R)

A

Collin Peterson (D)

A

Pete Stauber (R)

NR

Joe Radinovich (D)

F

Roger Wicker (R)

A-

David Baria (D)

F

Chris McDaniel (R)

A

Mike Espy (D)

NR

Cindy Hyde-Smith (R)

NR

Trent Kelly (R)

A-

Randy Wadkins (D)

NR

Bennie Thompson (D)

F

Michael Guest (R)

A

Michael Evans (D)

NR

Steven Palazzo (R)

B

Jeramey Anderson (D)

F

Josh Hawley (R)

B

Claire McCaskill (D)

F-

Robert Vroman (R)

NR

William Lacy Clay (D)

F-

Ann Wagner (R)

B

Cort VanOstran (D)

F

Blaine Luetkemeyer (R)

B

Katy Geppert (D)

F

Vicky Hartzler (R)

B

Renee Hoagenson (D)

NR

Jacob Turk (R)

A

Emanuel Cleaver (D)

F

Sam Graves (R)

B

Henry Martin (D)

F

Billy Long (R)

A-

Jamie Schoolcraft (D)

NR

Jason Smith (R)

A-

Kathy Ellis (D)

NR

Matt Rosendale (R)

A+

Jon Tester (D)

F

Greg Gianforte (R)

A-

Kathleen Williams (D)

F

Deb Fischer (R)

A

Jane Raybould (D)

F

Jeff Fortenberry (R)

C

Jessica McClure (D)

NR

Don Bacon (R)

B

Kara Eastman (D)

F

Adrian Smith (R)

B

Paul Theobald (D)

NR

Dean Heller (R)

B

Jacky Rosen (D)

F-

Joyce Bentley (R)

NR

Dina Titus (D)

F-

Mark Amodei (R)

B

Clint Koble (D)

F

Danny Tarkanian (R)

A

Susie Lee (D)

F

Cresent Hardy (R)

A

Steven Horsford (D)

F

Eddie Edwards (R)

A

Chris Pappas (D)

F

Steve Negron (R)

A

Annie Kuster (D)

F-

Justin O’Donnell (L)

A

Bob Hugin (R)

NR

Bob Menendez (D)

F-

Paul Dilks (R)

A

Donald Norcross (D)

F-

Seth Grossman (R)

A

Jeff Van Drew (D)

NR

John Ordille (L)

A

Tom MacArthur (R)

B

Andrew Kim (D)

F

Chris Smith (R)

D

Josh Welle (D)

F

John McCann (R)

A

Josh Gottheimer (D)

F-

Jim Tosone (L)

B

Rich Pezzullo (R)

A

Frank Pallone (D)

F-

Leonard Lance (R)

D

Tom Mailowski (D)

F

John Muniz (R)

NR

Albio Sires (D)

F-

Eric Fisher (R)

NR

Bill Pascrell (D)

F-

Agha Khan (R)

NR

Donald Payne Jr. (D)

F-

Jay Webber (R)

B

Mikie Sherrill (D)

F

Ryan Martinez (L)

A

Daryl Kipnis (R)

NR

Bonnie Watson-Coleman (D)

F-

Mick Rich (R)

C

Martin Heinrich (D)

F

Gary Johnson (L)

A

Janice Arnold-Jones (R)

A

Debra Haaland (D)

F

Yvette Herrell (R)

A

Xochitl Torres-Small (D)

NR

Steve McFall (R)

NR

Ben Luján (D)

F-

Chele Farley (R)

NR

Kirsten Gillibrand (D)

F-

Lee Zeldin (R)

A-

Perry Gershon (D)

F

Pete King (R)

F

Liuba Grechen Shirley (D)

F

Dan DeBono (R)

B

Thomas Suozzi (D)

F-

Ameer Benno (R)

NR

Kathleen Rice (D)

F-

Gregory Meeks (D)

F-

Grace Meng (D)

F-

Jeff Kurzon (R)

F

Nydia Velázquez (D)

F-

Hakeem Jeffries (D)

F-

Lutchi Gayot (R)

NR

Yvette Clarke (D)

F-

Naomi Levin (R)

NR

Jerrold Nadler (D)

F-

Dan Donovan (R)

F

Max Rose (D)

F

Eliot Rabin (R)

F

Carolyn Maloney (D)

F-

Adriano Espaillat (D)

F

Anthony Pappas (R)

NR

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D)

F

Jason Gonzalez (R)

NR

Jose Serrano (D)

F-

Eliot Engel (D)

F-

Nita Lowey (D)

F-

James O’Donnell (R)

NR

Sean Patrick Maloney (D)

D

John Faso (R)

B

Antonio Delgado (D)

F

Joe Vitollo (R)

A

Paul Tonko (D)

F-

Elise Stefanik (R)

B

Tedra Cobb (D)

F

Claudia Tenney (R)

B

Anthony Brindisi (D)

NR

Tom Reed (R)

A-

Tracy Mitrano (D)

NR

John Katko (R)

B

Dana Balter (D)

F

Jim Maxwell (R)

D

Joe Morelle (D)

F-

Renee Zeno (R)

A

Brian Higgins (D)

F-

Nate McMurray (D)

F

Roger W. Allison (R)

B

G. K. Butterfield (D)

F-

George Holding (R)

B

Linda Coleman (D)

D

Walter B. Jones (R)

A-

Steve (Von) Loor (R)

B

David Price (D)

F-

Virginia Foxx (R)

C

DD Adams (D)

F

Mark Walker (R)

A

Ryan Watts (D)

NR

David Rouzer (R)

A-

Kyle Horton (D)

NR

Richard Hudson (R)

A+

Frank McNeill (D)

NR

Mark Harris (R)

A

Dan McCready (D)

NR

Patrick McHenry (R)

B

David Wilson Brown (D)

NR

Mark Meadows (R)

A

Phillip G. Price (D)

F

Paul Wright (R)

A

Alma Adams (D)

F-

Ted Budd (R)

A-

Kathy Manning (D)

NR

Kevin Cramer (R)

A-

Heidi Heitkamp (D)

D

Kelly Armstrong (R)

A

Mac Scheider (D)

D

Steve Chabot (R)

B

Aftab Pureval (D)

F

Brad Wenstrup (R)

B

Jill Schiller (D)

F

Jim Burgess (R)

NR

Frank Lucas (R)

B

Joyce Beatty (D)

F-

Jim Jordan (R)

A

Janet Garrett (D)

F

Bob Latta (R)

A-

J. Galbraith (D)

F

Bill Johnson (R)

B

Shawna Roberts (D)

D

Bob Gibbs (R)

B

Ken Harbaugh (D)

NR

Warren Davidson (R)

A

Vanessa Enoch (D)

F

Steven Kraus (R)

A

Marcy Kaptur (D)

F-

Mike Turner (R)

B

Theresa Gasper (D)

F

Beverly Goldstein (R)

A

Marcial Fudge (D)

F-

Troy Balderson (R)

A

Danny O’Connor (D)

F

Chris DePizzo (R)

A

Tim Ryan (D)

F-

David Joyce (R)

B

Betsy Rader (D)

F

Steve Stivers (R)

B

Rick Neal (D)

D

Anthony Gonzalez (R)

A

Susan Palmer (D)

F

Kevin Hern (R)

A

Tim Gilpin (D)

NR

Markwayne Mullin (R)

A-

Jason Nichols (D)

D

Frank Lucas (R)

B

Frankie Robbins (D)

NR

Tom Cole (R)

B

Mary Brannon (D)

NR

Steve Russell (R)

A-

Kendra Horn (D)

D

John Verbeek (R)

B

Suzanne Bonamici (D)

F-

Greg Walden (R)

B

Jamie McLeod-Skinner (D)

F

Tom Harrison (R)

NR

Earl Blumenauer (D)

F-

Art Robinson (R)

A

Peter DeFazio (D)

F

Mark Callahan (R)

A

Kurt Schrader (D)

F

Lou Barletta (R)

B

Bob Casey Jr. (D)

F

Brian Fitzpatrick (R)

D

Scott Wallace (D)

F

David Torres (R)

NR

Brendan Boyle (D)

F-

Bryan Leib (R)

F

Dwight Evans (D)

F-

Dan David (R)

B

Madeleine Dean (D)

F

Pearl Kim (R)

C

Mary Gay Scanlon (D)

F

Greg McCauley (R)

C

Chrissy Houlahan (D)

F

Marty Nothstein (R)

A

Susan Wild (D)

F

John Chrin (R)

A

Matt Cartwright (D)

F-

Dan Meuser (R)

A

Denny Wolff (D)

NR

Scott Perry (R)

A

George Scott (D)

F

Lloyd Smucker (R)

A-

Jess King (D)

F

Tom Marino (R)

B

Marc Friedenberg (D)

F

John Joyce (R)

A

Brent Ottaway (D)

D

Guy Reschenthaler (R)

A

Bibiana Boerio (D)

NR

Glenn Thompson (R)

B

Susan Boser (D)

NR

Mike Kelly (R)

A-

Ron Dinicola (D)

D

Ebert G “Bill” Beeman (L)

A

Keith Rothfus (R)

A-

Conor Lamb (D)

NR

Mike Doyle (D)

F-

Bob Flanders (R)

D

Sheldon Whitehouse (D)

F-

Patrick Donovan (R)

NR

David Cicilline (D)

F-

Sal Caiozzo (R)

A

Jim Langevin (D)

F-

Katie Arrington (R)

A

Joe Cunningham (D)

F

Joe Wilson (R)

B

Sean Carrigan (D)

D

Jeff Duncan (R)

A+

Mary Geren (D)

F

William Timons (R)

A

Brandon Brown (D)

D

Ralph Norman (R)

A

Archie Parnell (D)

D

Gerhard Gressman (R)

NR

James Clyburn (D)

F-

Tom Rice (R)

A-

Robert Williams (D)

F

Dusty Johnson (R)

NR

Tim Bjorkman (D)

F

Marsha Blackburn (R)

A-

Phil Bredesen (D)

F

Phil Roe (R)

A

Martin Olsen (D)

NR

Tim Burchett (R)

A

Renee Hoyos (D)

F

Charles Fleischmann (R)

B

Danielle Mitchell (D)

NR

Scott Desjarlais (R)

A-

Mariah Phillips (D)

F

Jody Ball (R)

A

Jim Cooper (D)

F-

John Rose (R)

A

Dawn Barlow (D)

D

Mark Green (R)

A

Justin Kanew (D)

F

David Kustoff (R)

B

Erika Pearson (D)

NR

Charlotte Bergmann (R)

A

Steve Cohen (D)

F-

Ted Cruz (R)

A+

Beto O’Rourke (D)

F-

Louie Gohmert (R)

A

Shirley J. McKellar (D)

F

Dan Crenshaw (R)

A

Todd Litton (D)

D

Van Taylor (R)

A

Lorie Burch (D)

F

John Ratcliffe (R)

A-

Catherine Krantz (D)

F

Lance Gooden (R)

A

Dan Wood (D)

NR

Ron Wright (R)

A

Jana Sanchez (D)

D

John Culberson (R)

C

Lizzie Fletcher (D)

F

Kevin Brady (R)

B

Steven David (D)

D

Al Green (D)

F-

Michael McCaul (R)

Mike Siegel (D)

F

Mike Conaway (R)

B

Jennie Lou Leeder (D)

F

Kay Granger (R)

B

Vanessa Adia (D)

F

Mac Thornberry (R)

B

Greg Sagan (D)

F

Randy Weber (R)

A

Adrienne Bell (D)

F

Tim Westley (R)

NR

Vicente Gonzalez (D)

NR

Rick Seeberger (R)

A

Veronica Escobar (D)

F

Bill Flores (R)

B

Rick Kennedy (D)

NR

Ava Pate (R)

NR

Sheila Jackson Lee (D)

F-

Jodey Arrington (R)

B

Miguel Levario (D)

F

Joaquin Castro (D)

F-

Chip Roy (R)

A

Joseph Kopser (D)

F

Pete Olson (R)

B

Sri Kulkarni (D)

F

Will Hurd (R)

C

Gina Jones (D)

F

Kenny E. Marchant (R)

B

Jan McDowell (D)

F

Roger Williams (R)

A-

Julie Oliver (D)

F

Michael C. Burgess (R)

B

Linsey Fagan (D)

F

Michael Cloud (R)

A

Eric Holguin (D)

F

Henry Cuellar (D)

C-

Phillip Aronoff (R)

NR

Sylvia Garcia (D)

F

Eddie Bernice Johnson (D)

F-

John Carter (R)

B

Mary Hegar (D)

D

Pete Sessions (R)

B

Colin Allred (D)

F

Willie Billups (R)

A

Marc Veasey (D)

F

Rey Gonzalez (R)

A

Filemon Vela (D)

C

David Smalling (R)

NR

Lloyd Doggett (D)

F-

Brian Babin (R)

A-

Dayna Steele (D)

F

Mitt Romney (R)

D

Jenny Wilson (D)

F

Rob Bishop (R)

A-

Lee Castillo (D)

F

Chris Stewart (R)

A-

Shireen Ghorbani (D)

NR

John Curtis (R)

A-

James Singer (D)

F

Mia Love (R)

A-

Ben McAdams (D)

D

Lawrence Zupan (R)

NR

Bernie Sanders (I)

F-

Anya Tinio (R)

A

Peter Welch (D)

F-

Corey Stewart (R)

A

Tim Kaine (D)

F-

Matt Waters (L)

A

Rob Wittman (R)

B

Vangie Williams (D)

F

Scott Taylor (R)

B

Elaine Luria (D)

F

Bobby Scott (D)

F-

Ryan McAdams (R)

A

Donald McEachin (D)

F-

Denver Riggleman (R)

A

Lesie Cockburn (D)

F

Ben Cline (R)

A

Jennifer Lewis (D)

F

Dave Brat (R)

A-

Abigail Spanberger (D)

F

Thomas Oh (R)

C

Don Beyer (D)

F-

Morgan Griffith (R)

B

Anthony Flaccavento (D)

F

Barbara Comstock (R)

B

Jennifer Wexton (D)

F

Jeff Dove (R)

A

Gerry Connolly (D)

F-

Stevan Porter (L)

A

Susan Hutchison (R)

NR

Maria Cantwell (D)

F-

Jeffrey Beeler (R)

NR

Suzan DelBene (D)

F-

Rick Larsen (D)

F-

Jaime Herrera Beutler (R)

B

Carolyn Long (D)

F

Dan Newhouse (R)

A-

Christine Brown (D)

F

Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R)

C

Lisa Brown (D)

F

Douglas Dightman (R)

A-

Derek Kilmer (D)

F-

Craig Keller (R)

NR

Pramila Jayapal (D)

F-

Dino Rossi (R)

B

Kim Schrier (D)

F

Adam Smith (D)

F-

Sarah Smith (D)

F

Joseph Brumbles (R)

A

Denny Heck (D)

F-

Patrick Morrisey (R)

A

Joe Manchin (D)

F-

David McKinley (R)

B

Kendra Fershee (D)

F

Alex Mooney (R)

A

Talley Sergent (D)

D

Carol Miller (R)

A

Richard Ojeda (D)

NR

Leah Vukmir (R)

A

Tammy Baldwin (D)

F

Bryan Steil (R)

A

Randy Bryce (D)

F

Mark Pocan (D)

F-

Steve Toft (R)

A

Ron Kind (D)

F

Tim Rogers (R)

NR

Gwen Moore (D)

F-

Jim Sensenbrenner (R)

B-

Tom Palzewic (D)

F

Glenn Grothman (R)

A-

Dan Kohl (D)

NR

Sean Duffy (R)

B

Margaret Engebretson (D

F

Mike Gallagher (R)

B

Beau Liegeois (D)

NR

John Barrasso (R)

A

Gary Trauner (D)

F

Liz Cheney (R)

B

Greg Hunter (D)

NR
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No, I did not get paid for this one! Why Gun Owners Need Special Coverage From Collectibles Insurance Services by John Crump

Opinion : John explains why he prefers Collectibles Insurance Services’ gun insurance policy over his regular homeowners insurance.

Rusty Gun
About a year ago I started looking into how to protect myself not only for theft but also from other events like fire or flooding.

U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- Imagine if you come home to find your treasured collection of firearms gone. Years of collecting and thousands of dollars down the drain. If only there were a way to protect your investment!

This scenario has been one of my greatest fears. About a year ago I started looking into how to protect myself not only for theft but also from other events like fire or flooding.

There is always homeowner’s insurance, but that can be very risky. Depending on your policy, homeowner’s insurance might not cover your firearms. If your policy does include your guns, the policy will most likely base the value of your collection on the sale price of your guns minus depreciation and your deductible. This formula means that it considers your Colt Python at most is worth $125 since that was the original sale price.
The policy also usually has a limit of the amount that the insurance company will cover for the items in your house. For example, my homeowner’s policy will only cover up to $2500 for my gun collection. I found out that some policies have an even lower cap.
Most insurance companies also want a list of the firearms you have including serial numbers. Giving this information over to an insurance company makes me nervous. Maybe it is just paranoia, but I don’t want information on my collection being turned over to Big Brother.
Most homeowner’s insurance companies do not cover acts of God such as floods and earthquakes unless the homeowner has additional insurance. I found this out the hard way when there was damage to my house after an extremely rare Virginia earthquake.
There is a way to keep your investment your gun collection safe. Collector’s insurance is something every gun owner with more than one or two guns should consider buying. It gives me a little more peace of mind when I compare it to just relying on my homeowner’s policy.

Collectibles Insurance Services

Collectibles Insurance Services
Collectibles Insurance Services

One of the best companies that offer collector’s insurance is Collectibles Insurance Services. Their rates were even cheaper than it was to schedule my firearms onto my homeowner’s policy.
The product that they sell is far superior to my homeowner’s policy. One of the most significant advantages it has over traditional policies and what drew me to it is the fact that the policy covers more than just my firearms.
Optics and other firearms accessories are not cheap. I am into long range shooting. Some of my scopes cost more than my rifles. Collectibles Insurance Services covers all my optics even when I do not have them mounted on my guns.
I also buy ammunition in bulk. It is cheaper in the long run, but the upfront cost is a lot higher. Losing all my ammo means losing a lot of money. Luckily for me, Collectibles Insurance Services (CIS) even covers the cost of ammunition! Not only that, but they also include coverage for the price my gun safes.

CAS Hanwei Oni Katana
CAS Hanwei Oni Katana

I also prefer how Collectibles Insurance Services calculate the value of my guns. Different from the homeowner’s policy that I have, CIS uses the actual market value of the firearms with no deductible. That means that I would get paid out the current price of the Mosin Nagant I paid $75 for at a gun show back in the day. With my homeowner’s insurance policy, it wouldn’t be worth putting in a claim if something happened to my Mosin.
CIS ties their policies to the firearms and not the home. If your gun gets stolen from your car, then you are covered. I also travel with a firearm when I fly. If my gun gets taken from my checked bag when traveling, I know they still have my back. Collectibles Insurance Services even covers your guns if the postal services lose it when mailing my gun out to say a gunsmith.
Another cool thing about the collector’s policy offered by CIS is that it covers bladed weapons. I have a CAS Hanwei Oni Katana. It’s a real cutting sword. Its quality is impeccable, but that quality comes with a steep price. If anything ever happened to it, I would be able to put in a claim for its value.

No Firearms Serial Numbers Required, Your Guns Remain Private

This ‘like’ is a big deal. I like that Collectibles Insurance Services doesn’t ask for the serial numbers of your guns. Call me paranoid, but I don’t like sharing those with anyone. You only need to list firearms valued over $25,000 on the policy individualy. Even then, they only ask for make, model, and an estimated value of the gun.

CIS also covers my antique firearms along with my modern guns. This wide range of coverage saves me the pain of getting multiple policies.

CIS makes the process of getting a quote straightforward. All the collector have to do is answer a few easy questions on their website. They also have a toll free number ( 888-837-9537 ) where one of their team members can answer any question about their products.
From the collector to the dealer (yes they cover FFL dealer’s too!) everyone needs to protect his or her investment, and that is what Collectibles Insurance Services does best. Their service is something I hope I never have to use, but if I do, then I will be glad I have it.
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About John CrumpJohn Crump
John is an NRA instructor and a constitutional activist. He is the former CEO of Veritas Firearms, LLC and is the co-host of The Patriot-News Podcast which can be found at www.blogtalkradio.com/patriotnews. John has written extensively on the patriot movement including 3%’ers, Oath Keepers, and Militias. In addition to the Patriot movement, John has written about firearms, interviewed people of all walks of life, and on the Constitution. John lives in Northern Virginia with his wife and sons and is currently working on a book on leftist deplatforming methods and can be followed on Twitter at @crumpyss, on Facebook at realjohncrump, or at www.crumpy.com.

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A Pretty Good Outline about the Mosin Nagant Rifle Exploded Views and Disassembly

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The Mosin Nagant is a simple design that is easy to repair and maintain, but proper technique and an understanding of the design is important.
This page will attempt to guide Mosin owners through partial and complete disassembly and provide a pictorial reference of the various parts. For information on which parts will interchange between various models, see the Mosin Nagant Parts Compatibility page.
Tools Quality gunsmithing tools are imperative to prevent damage during firearm disassembly. Anyone who’s handled surplus firearms has seen the stripped screw heads, scratched metal and scarred wood.
While damage in battle is part of the history of a firearm, damage from poor maintenance techniques is a destruction of that history. Past damage can’t be undone, but future damage can be prevented.
A good set of hollow ground screwdrivers in various sizes is the most useful tool on the firearm bench. Following that, brass and steel punches and a light hammer are very handy. Forceps for handling small parts and a magnetic bowl for keeping track of them are useful.
A well lit, clean work area also helps prevent the loss of small parts. A protective mat on the bench will protect the finish of the firearm and a gun vise can make the job much easier when “three hands” are required. Plastic picks, nylon brushes, paper or cloth towels, swabs and pipe cleaners make detail cleaning easier.
A quality cleaning rod and patches will soon be appreciated over the discount variety for periodic maintenance.
Types of solvent and opinions on their use are almost as numerous as gun owners and is beyond the scope of this page. Dummy cartridges for checking function, a firing pin protrusion gauge, and a set of headspace gauges round out the well equipped bench.
Exploded Views Below are exploded views of a Soviet M91/30. Other models have variations in the parts which will be covered later. The primary differences are in the stock hardware and sights, especially among the later Finnish models. For larger views, click on the pictures.

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1. receiver and barrel
2. stock
3. handguard
4. magazine body/triggerguard
5. nosecap
6. nosecap screw
7. front barrel band spring
8. rear barrel band spring
9. front barrel band
10. rear barrel band
11. cleaning rod
12. cleaning rod retaining nut
13. stock recoil bolt
14. stock recoil bolt nut
15. butt plate
16. butt plate screw (2)
17. magazine tang screw
18. receiver tang screw
19. front sight
20. rear sight assembly
21. interrupter/ejector assembly
22. follower assembly
23. floorplate latch and screw
24. trigger/sear assembly
25. bolt assembly
26. sling and dog collars

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1. sear/trigger spring
2. sear screw
3. trigger/bolt stop
4. trigger pin
5. floorplate latch
6. floorplate latch screw
7. floorplate
8. follower carrier spring
9. follower carrier spring screw
10. follower carrier pin
11. follower carrier
12. follower spring
13. follower pin
14. follower

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1. ejector
2. interrupter/ejector spring
3. interrupter/ejector spring screw
4. rear sight base
5. rear sight base pin (2)
6. rear sight leaf spring
7. rear sight leaf
8. rear sight leaf pin
9. rear sight slide body
10. rear sight slide buttons (2)
11. rear sight slide button springs (2)

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1. bolt body
2. cocking knob/safety
3. guide rod/connector
4. firing pin
5. firing pin spring
6. bolt head
7. extractor


Disassembly The following pictures and comments will illustrate the disassembly procedure for the Soviet M91/30.

Before beginning disassembly, maintenance, or cleaning on any firearm visually inspect the chamber and magazine to be sure that it is unloaded.

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Remove the sling by unbuckling the dog collars and removing them from the sling slots.Unscrew the cleaning rod counterclockwise

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Depress the barrel band retaining springs and slide the barrel bands forward. td03.JPG (27621 bytes) td04.JPG (21724 bytes)
Slide both barrel bands forward past the end of the stock and remove the handguard. The barrel bands will not come off the barrel at this time due to the front sight. Other models may differ in this. td05.JPG (32482 bytes)
Hold the trigger back and pull the bolt straight to the rear. td06.JPG (62003 bytes)
Decock the bolt by turning the cocking knob 90 degrees counterclockwise and pull the bolt head and connector bar forward. td44.JPG (32392 bytes) td45.JPG (26571 bytes) td46.JPG (43124 bytes)
Rotate the bolt head 90 degrees clockwise and pull it off the connector bar. Using the large notch on the bolt tool or the connector bar as a wrench, grasp the firing pin between the fingers and unscrew it counterclockwise. Be careful to grasp it firmly as the spring is under pressure. td47.JPG (43649 bytes) td70.JPG (123219 bytes)
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Remove the magazine tang screw. td07.JPG (56517 bytes) td08.JPG (31825 bytes)
Remove the receiver tang screw. td09.JPG (35790 bytes) td10.JPG (24697 bytes)
Remove the magazine assembly and receiver assembly from the stock. Some Mosins, especially Finnish, but Russian and Soviet also, have shims at the tang and recoil lug. When removing the action from the stock be careful not to lose the shims and note their location. The trigger pin is held in place only by the stock and if it is loose can fall out upon removal of the action. td11.JPG (85912 bytes)
Depress the floorplate latch and pull the floorplate away from the magazine body. Compress the follower assembly and pull it straight down from the magazine body. td23.JPG (25351 bytes) td24.JPG (28667 bytes) td25.JPG (54189 bytes)

This completes partial disassembly for routine cleaning and maintenance.
For detailed disassembly, including the magazine and bolt assemblies, continue below.

Unscrew the butt plate. td12.JPG (23766 bytes) td13.JPG (20988 bytes)
Drift out the front and rear barrel band springs from the opposite side of the stock with a small blunt nail or punch. A hole for this purpose should be visible. These springs are delicate and can be easily broken if pulled out by the leaf. td14.JPG (31273 bytes) td15.JPG (43122 bytes) td16.JPG (29780 bytes)
Remove the nose cap screw and slide the nose cap forward off the end of the stock. The nose cap screw will thread into the top of the cleaning rod retaining nut and can aid in pulling it out of the stock.Note: Removal of the retaining nut is seldom necessary or worth risking damage to the nose cap screw. td17.JPG (24813 bytes) td18.JPG (31971 bytes) td19.JPG (31377 bytes)
Turn the stock recoil bolt nut counterclockwise with retaining ring pliers or another suitable tool. Carefully drive the recoil bolt out of the stock with a punch.Note: Removal of the recoil bolt is seldom necessary and there is a risk of damaging it. td20.JPG (28465 bytes) td21.JPG (24660 bytes) td22.JPG (31901 bytes)
Remove the floorplate latch screw and pull the floorplate latch straight down out of the magazine body/trigger guard. td26.JPG (19377 bytes) td27.JPG (38668 bytes)
Drift out the follower pin and follower carrier pin. The follower carrier spring is screwed to the floorplate. The follower spring can be removed from the follower carrier by lifting up and back. td28.JPG (47185 bytes) td29.JPG (15988 bytes) td30.JPG (53987 bytes)
Drift out the trigger pin and remove the sear/trigger spring screw. td31.JPG (14295 bytes) td32.JPG (35683 bytes)
Lift the ejector/interrupter spring and remove the ejector/interrupter from it’s slot. Remove the ejector/interrupter spring screw and slide the ejector/interrupter spring forward from the dovetail slot.Note: Early Russian ejector/interrupter were integral with the spring and are removed in one piece just as the spring is removed above. td33.JPG (47105 bytes) td34.JPG (33061 bytes) td35.JPG (53209 bytes)
Drift out the rear sight leaf pin and lift the rear sight leaf spring out of the rear sight base. Remove the rear sight slide from the leaf and pull the buttons and their springs out each side. td36.JPG (11776 bytes) td37.JPG (23661 bytes) td38.JPG (20430 bytes)
Drift out the rear sight base pins and drift the rear sight base forward off of the dovetail. td39.JPG (9531 bytes) td40.JPG (20981 bytes) td41.JPG (23567 bytes)
Drift the front sight off of it’s base. The barrel band can now be removed from the barrel.Note: The front sight base is staked to hold the sight in place. It should only be removed if necessary. td42.JPG (8776 bytes) td43.JPG (26169 bytes)
Drift the extractor out the back of the bolt head.Note: Removal of the extractor is seldom necessary and there is a risk of damaging it. If it is necessary, a drop of penetrating oil beforehand is recommended. td50.JPG (8028 bytes) td51.JPG (11860 bytes)

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Reassembly Reassemble the rifle in the reverse order of disassembly taking note of the following:

Screw the firing pin into the cocking knob until the back end is flush with the rear of the cocking knob and the slot lines up with the index mark. After fully assembling the bolt, decock it, make sure the bolt head is tight against the connector bar and check the firing pin protrusion with a gauge. The firing pin should touch the shallower (75) of the two center notches in the gauge and not touch the deeper (95) of the two center notches. If necessary, adjust by screwing the firing pin in or out of the cocking knob, always stopping with the index mark aligned. td57.JPG (7905 bytes) td58.JPG (78859 bytes) td59.JPG (78148 bytes)
A small C-clamp is useful for compressing the rear sight leaf spring.When replacing the front sight be sure to realign the index marks.
When replacing the action in the stock tighten the magazine tang screw and receiver tang screw evenly and securely. Loose action screws are a common cause of inaccuracy.
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Model Specifics The M91/30 was chosen because it is one of the most common models of the Mosin design and is more similar to all other models than any other model. Below are the exceptions to the above instructions for all other commonly encountered models of Mosins.

Russian M91 The M91 barrel bands are not retained by springs, but are held on by tension. The bands are loosened by turning the screw clockwise as if it were being tightened. The screw is captive to the band and if it is turned too far the wrong way it will break. The front band is removed first, the rear one is loosened to remove the handgaurd and then the rear band is removed. The bands will fit over the front sight to remove them from the barrel. M91earlyband.JPG (8691 bytes)
The rear sight leaf spring is retained by a screw. The sight base is soldered to the barrel. The rear sight slide is removed from the rear of the slide and can be done with the slide on or off of the rear sight base. Line up the notches on the bottom of the slide with the notches on the bottom of the leaf near the rear. M91rearsightside.JPG (2272 bytes) td65.JPG (23249 bytes)
Depress the spring cap on one side through the notches with a small punch while depressing the corresponding button. Pull that side of the slide slightly toward the rear of the leaf to prevent the spring cap from reseating. Repeat on the other side and remove the slide. td66.JPG (15599 bytes) td67.JPG (26120 bytes)
The buttons, springs, and spring caps can now be removed from the slide. td68.JPG (19996 bytes)
Soviet M38 The M38 barrel bands will come off over the front sight globe because it is closer to the end of the barrel. The front sight base is a sleeve held on with a pin. Removal is not recommended. M38frontsightside.JPG (2831 bytes)
The M38 rear sight base is a sleeve held in place by a pin. M38laterearsightside.JPG (3538 bytes)
Soviet M44
Eastern European M44
Chinese T53
Rear sight same as M38.
The M44/T53 has an attached bayonet that can be removed by taking out the screw. The screw is staked on the opposite end and can be difficult to loosen. The bayonet lug and front sight base are integral and held on by two pins. Removal is not recommended. The barrel bands cannot be removed without removing the bayonet/sight base. M44bayearlytop.JPG (4732 bytes)
Soviet M91/59Same as M38.
Soviet M91/38Rear sight same as M38. The M91/38 barrel bands will come off just as the M38 bands. The front sight base is often made from a turned down M44 bayonet/sight base and cannot be removed without damage because the rear pin is partially removed in the turning process. M9138frontsightside.JPG (2252 bytes)
Finnish M91
M24
P-series
Same as Russian M91.
Some Finnish long rifle barrel bands are retained by a pin which goes completely through the band and stock. It must be drifted out before removing the band in the same way as the Russian M91.Note: The pin can be delicate and should be removed with care only when necessary. td62.JPG (26222 bytes)
Some Finnish long rifle barrel bands are retained by a small wood screw into the stock just forward of the band. It must be removed before removing the band in the same way as the Russian M91. td63.JPG (33249 bytes)
Some Finnish long rifles use metal sling hangers in place of the dog collars and they must be removed before removing the rear barrel band. The screw passes through the stock and threads into the opposite side of the hanger. The rear hanger is attached in the same way but is larger. FinF.jpg (6794 bytes)
Finnish M27Rear sight same as Russian M91. Some M27s have a sling swivel through the front slot. It must be removed before removing the rear barrel band. FinM27SkiF.JPG (5371 bytes)
Some M27s have a rear sling swivel that is held in place by two wood screws. FinM27SkiR.JPG (3578 bytes)
The M27 nosecap has a transverse and longitudinal bolt. Remove these to hinge the top of the cap open and slide it forward off the stock. Some nosecaps have extensions to the rear that contain the transverse bolt.The rear barrel band is retained by a transverse bolt. M27nosecapearly.JPG (4575 bytes)
The front sight is soldered in place and cannot be removed without heating it. M27frontsightside.JPG (3205 bytes)
Finnish M28Rear sight same as Russian M91.
Rear barrel band same as M27.
Front sight similar to M27.
The M28 nosecap has a transverse bolt that is removed to slide the nose cap forward off the stock. Some nose caps have a seperate front plate that is attached to the stock by two wood screws. The nosecap will not come off over the front sight. M28nosecap.jpg (27735 bytes)
Finnish M28/30Rear barrel band same as M27.
Nose cap similar to M28.
The M28/30 rear sight base is a sleeve held in place by a retaining screw under the sight leaf and solder. M2830rearsightside.JPG (2559 bytes)
The slide is removable from the leaf by removing the leaf from the base. The slide buttons are retained by pins. (M39 sight pictured) td71.JPG (38383 bytes)
The M28/30 front sight has a blade that is adjusted with two screws, one on each side. The screws are removed counterclockwise and the blade is lifted from the base. (M39 sight pictured) td69.JPG (25942 bytes)
Finnish M39Rear sight similar to M28/30.
Front sight similar to M28/30.
The M39 has two set of sling attachment points. The lower rear sling swivel is similar to the the M27. The side rear sling attachement is held in place by two wood screws. FinM39R.JPG (5119 bytes)
The M39 barrel band is held in place by a spring similar to the M91/30. It also has a captive vertical bolt on the opposite side to provide tension. FinM39F.JPG (6413 bytes)
The M39 nose cap is held in place by a captive vertical bolt and transverse bolt. The top hinges to the left to allow the nosecap to be removed to the bottom of the stock. td64.JPG (31229 bytes)
Finnish M91/30Sling hangers same as Finnish M91. Some Finnish M91/30s have a blade front sight that allows the barrel bands to be removed over it. It also has “stacked” base. FinM9130frontsightside.JPG (2617 bytes)


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The almost perfect Pump Shotgun! From "The Counter Jockey Chronicles"

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 The sound of someone racking a 12 gauge pump gun is enough to end a fight before it starts. And if it isn’t, your first round in the tube should be birdshot. That way you only wound the bad guy.
Oh, you shouldn’t have any concerns about short stroking a pump gun under stress. They are 100% reliable. And it doesn’t matter, as long as you touch off that one first round. Because you don’t have to aim a shotgun.
Did I miss anything? Any other pearls of gun counter wisdom concerning the pump gun?
Yeah, a lot of bullshit gets thrown around about the pump action shotgun. There is quite a debate about whether or not the shotgun is dead for CQB. I will say that even if the shotgun is being eclipsed by the 11.5 inch Mk18 style carbine for CQB, it’s still most handy for breaching.
And also, it is most handy when JAG/ROE mandates a number of less lethal options. But that is all about the tactical application of the venerable pump action 12 gauge shotgun. I want to talk about the shotgun,as imagine by John Browning and T.C. Johnson.
So, after Uncle Gaylon’s funeral, I stopped by the hometown pawn and gun. And there on the rack was a nearly mint condition Model 12, 1963 production. 12 gauge, modified choke. The bluing was good. The wood was good. I had to have it.
I’ve always wanted a Model 12. I’ve never been able to find one that wasn’t bastardized by some shade tree gunsmith or wasn’t either a Skeet or Heavy Duck in tip top shape with corresponding price tag. I nearly bought a beat to hell Model 25 before my Old Man talked me out of it.
The Model 12 was billed as the world’s perfect repeater. And man, they weren’t lying. You can throw that slide pretty damn quick.
As a kid, I read all the WEB Griffin books I could get my hands on. In “The Corps” series, an old Marine general mentions that he’s always squared when he goes trap shooting. Because he shoots his Model 12 far better than the Fox A Grade his wife bought him.
After my intial try at five stand with said gun, I can see why. When my good friend Pudge gets back from the Sandbox, I can’t wait to take it wing shooting in Kansas.

Blue steel and Walnut. Doesn’t get any better.

I just can’t get over how good the gun looks for being 55 years old. It looks really good haning on the wall, too.

Bluing is real good.

It’s in a running with my old Ithaca 37 for favorite pump gun.

Don’t see that roll mark anymore

Cost was a major factor in the discontinuation of the gun in 1964. As an aside, 1964 ranks right up there with 1934 and 1986 as like the worst year for the American gun owner.

A slew of poor imitations followed from New Haven. The 120 and the 1200. The 120 was utter garbage. The 1200 wasn’t terrible; but, nowhere near as good. At all.winchester model 12 shotgun
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