Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

One of the most amazing mistakes that Brett Kimberlin has made in his failed campaign of brass knuckles reputation management was recruiting Bill Schmalfeldt as one of his PR flacks. In addition to being ineffective at promoting Team Kimberlin’s interest, Schmalfeldt has been the source of much of the pointage, laughery, and mockification directed at Kimberlin and his minions. A Derp Brain Photo included in a post six years ago has been one of my favorite examples of Schmalfeldt unforced errors.

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Cabin Boy Bill’s bio says he served during the Viet Nam era as Navy Medical Corpsman and that he did a tour with a Marine Corps unit. Based on that, I assume that he would have qualified with the M16 rifle and that he should still retain at least a passing familiarity with it and the Marines’ standards of safe gun handling.

Schmalfeldt has spent the past couple of days whining about an unfairly cropped photo which he says unjustly portrays him as “crazed and evil.” This image is an unedited copy of one he posted at Breitbart Unmasked.GE

The Four Rules of Gun Safety (as stated by Lt. Col. Jeff Cooper, USMC Ret.) are

1. All firearms are always handled as if they were loaded.
2. Never point a firearm at anything you are unwilling to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until the sights are aligned on the target.
4. Be sure of your target.

This picture shows the Cabin Boy violating all four at once.

The picture clearly shows that Bill Schmalfeldt is irresponsible. The Gentle Reader may form his own opinions about “crazed” or “evil.”

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The Cabin Boy™ claimed that the rifle belonged to his step son. If that’s the case, Schmalfeldt was probably breaking the law when that picture was taken. The rifle appears to have a 30-round magazine, and at the time the picture was taken, the maximum legal magazine capacity in Maryland was 20 rounds. While the step son may have bought the magazine while it was still legal and his possession of it might have been grandfathered in, it was not legal for the Cabin Boy™ to have it in his possession.

4 thoughts on “Team Kimberlin Post of the Day

  1. Question is – did the court in Wisconsin realize yet the instances of possible felony perjury he made in his lawsuit – years in prison – years in prison – years in prison

    did they? did cardinal management send me info – hmmmmmmm

    Also has he paid the thousands he may owe in court costs across the states?

  2. The 4 laws are a brutal teacher. I had my M1911 at my desk, no ammo in the room, field stripped, cleaned and inspected.

    I began to reassemble my beloved M1911. The barrel bushing just would not lock into place. I rotated the barrel just a bit and the barrel bushing, under great tension, sought and found freedom from restraint. Physics is not always your friend.

    The bushing hit and gouged the corner of my keyboard and ricocheted into my brand new 27 inch monitor where I had been watching videos on cleaning and checking the thumb safety mechanism on the M1911 pistol.

    Lesson reinforced.

  3. This is Bill Schmalfeldt?

    Got it.

    ‘Bill Small’ ? Bill Small ? KQ92 ?

    ‘Broadway Bill’ ? Broadway Bill ?

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