Steve Johnson

Founder and Dictator-In-Chief of TFB. A passionate gun owner, a shooting enthusiast and totally tacti-uncool. Favorite first date location: any gun range. Steve can be contacted here.


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  • Woodroez

    No wonder Santa can deliver all those gifts on Christmas, he’s got a high-speed, low-drag tactical squad at his command!

    I’ve been checking this blog for nearly a year now I think, and I appreciate your work and your adherence to the credo “Firearms, Not Politics”.

    May Santa and his fireteam bring you many presents and no coal…or hot lead…in your stockings!

  • Yogsothoth

    Merry Christmas to you Steve. I don’t know what I’ll do without your blog for two weeks. Maybe actually go outside and do something. ;)

    • http://www.thefirearmblog.com Steve

      Yogsothoth, maybe try some shooting. I hear its fun ;) Merry Christmas.

  • mr_lorenco

    Steve ,

    its been a long time i`m looking at your blog ,i do`n`t know where to get all this info`s when you and your blog would`n`t exist

    thank you ,merry christmas ,and a happy new year to you ,just keep going !

  • SpudGun

    Have a cool Yule Steve!

    And to all the other readers of the Firearm Blog, keep it safe and happy this Christmas especially if you are –

    Evacuating foreign nationals from the landing zone (picking up relatives from the airport)

    Securing valuable assets from the TRU (going to Toys R Us)

    Or conducting covert night time operations to avoid highly sensitive LP / OPs (doing ya Santa thing for the kids)

    Whatever you do or however you celebrate, have a great holiday!

  • Rob

    Make sure you’re nice cause if you’re naughty you’re screwed

  • Martn (M)

    This picture speaks volumes about the US Military’s camo programs and their development.

    Thanks for the blog, Steve. It’s the gift that keeps on givin’.

  • viper5552

    Well Steve, thanks for the blog. It has been an important source of information about developments in the field of firearms technology.

  • letti

    Martin (M): US camo programs? That’s weird, to me those look a lot like Finnish peacekeepers in Afghanistan (link confirms that the photo is taken there).

  • http://www.predatorwild.com Heath

    Enjoy your break and the holidays.

  • Aurelien

    Merry Christmas to all of you.

    Steve i’ll be thinking of you when i’ll do some rifle shooting in 2 days.

    To all, be safe on the roads. I don’t know how the conditions are elsewhere, but here it’s pretty much frozen hell. So stay frosty and don’t take chances, better be late than dead.

  • Andrew

    Have a good holiday and break Steve. Merry Christmas to you, your family, and the Firearm Blog community. Gonna miss the read on your break.

  • Jamie

    Cool pic. Being a resident of ND I love guns & snow pics.

  • Dakota

    Those aren’t Americans, that is Finnish camouflage and to further my point they are carrying Rk 62 assault rifles the standard issue combat rifle in Finland.

  • http://www.nitroexpress.com Mehul Kamdar

    Merry Christmas and a Very Happy New Year to you, Steve. May there be peace and happiness and a lot of guns and shooting in the years to come!

  • Rattlesnake

    Sako RK 95 TP, not RK62.

    • http://www.thefirearmblog.com Steve

      Thanks y’all!

  • Sven

    Thanks Steve,

    Marry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your loved ones. As a regular lurker I find your website informative and balanced. Enjoy your break and keep up and good work.

  • http://hyperprapor.livejournal.com Alexandr

    I’m absolutely sure, you will like it: http://llandaff.livejournal.com/85689.html
    RB-12, russian “anti-pump” shotgun. Was produced something about 50 of them.
    Guys joking – that when you shooting it – you will use only foul language. Like they do.
    If you have any question – mail me, i’ll try to translate.