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Bang-Ding! – 159

It’s been a while since we’ve really explained any of the sounds that we play regularly on the show, so we decided to take a couple minutes this week and go through them and let y’all know what they actually are.

Q&A Podcast

We’re still mailing out Triangle Tactical stickers if you send in a voicemail question for the Q&A podcast. Go to traingletactical.net/voicemail to find out how to do it.

Gear that Doesn’t Suck

Nite Ize Gear Tie Reusable 24-Inch Rubber Twist Tie

I picked up a few of these last week for holding bikes onto my bike rack, and I’ve been finding a lot of uses for them around the house. It’s not a product that’s specifically for shooters or competitive shooters, but I think they’d be good for securing guns to 3-gun cards on bumpy ranges and things like that. Check them out, they’re pretty cool.


We’ve got another run of T-shirts and hoodies going on right now. If you want one, go buy one before November 19th, 2015.


The News

An Amish man is suing the government because it’s against his religion to have his picture taken, and he needs a picture ID to buy as gun from an FFL. 

A single feature “assault weapon” ban was introduced in Wisconsin. This thing is just sad.

A stabbing at a California college was interrupted by a good guy without a gun. It was then stopped by good guys with guns.

Tip of the Week

Ben’s been experimenting with making visually distinct dummy rounds again. He’s now using Brass Black and Montana Gold bullets to make all black dummy rounds for dryfire that are visually distinct from real ammo.

Here’s the post he wrote about it a while back.


About Lucas

Editor/Head Honcho at Triangle Tactical. Lucas is a life long shooter and outdoorsman, avid concealed carrier and competitive shooter, and a lover of pork fat.


  1. I use a couple of the smaller version of the twist tie( 6″?) to better secure my inner and outer belt for a loaded down 3 gun setup. In 3 gun if your belt falls with pistol in holster, it is a DQ.

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