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Guns and Booze – 142

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:02:31 — 28.6MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreThis week we have a discussion about guns and booze. Last week sometime I posted this picture on the Triangle Tactical Facebook page, and there was an interesting discussion that took place. Some folks said that the guy should have his permit taken away and be locked up since it looks like he has a …

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Tacticool Derp: Tactical Footwear

I like flip flops. A lot. As soon as I get home from work every day, I toss my Red Wing’s aside, and basically refuse to put socks of laced shoes back on until it’s time to get ready for work again. I laugh a little inside every time I slide my flip flops on about something I read on a web forum a few years back. There was a discussion about every day carry, …

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Concealed Carry in Business Casual?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 7:52 — 3.6MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreJoey sends in his email to [email protected]: Hey guys, First of all: informative, entertaining, and inspiring. You might think those are your personal attributes, Ben, but you would be mistaken. I’m talking about your podcast! I started the journey with yall about a month ago at episode 80, and am finally caught up. You’ve informed …

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Well, that was easy.

A couple months ago I received a card in the mail from Sheriff Harrison stating that my CHP was up for renewal. This is my first renewal, so it was a new thing for me. Last month sometime I went to the WCSO website and filled out the online form and paid for the renewal through their website. At the end of the online session I had to schedule an appointment at the Sheriffs office …

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Competing in the Long Term – 137

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:02:28 — 28.6MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreThis week, we catch up with Bob (formerly known as “the new shooter”). We first talked to Bob back on Episode 30 after he’d just shot his first match, caught up with him six months later on Episode 54 to talk about progressing as a competitor. Most recently, we brought him in to help us …

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Must Listen: The St. James Massacre

A couple weeks ago in the “Plug of the Week” on the podcast we plugged Mike Seeklander’s new podcast called the American Warrior Show. In the most recent episode Mike interviews a man named Charl Van Wyk who took on 3 active shooters. Van Wyk had a 5 shot .38spcl revolver, and he was successful in ending the attack on the church against shooters with automatic rifles, grenades, and bombs. “Violence is the immoral use …

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What is this, Castle Wolfenstein? – 135

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:02:47 — 28.7MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreThis week we wrap up a bunch of news stories that have been occupying our time over the last week. The Supreme Court rules that felons don’t immediately lose ownership of their guns upon conviction. They can find someone else to take custody of them and sell them, etc. The concealed carry law in Washington …

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Question for Competitive Shooters: Do You Carry to the Range?

Miguel posted an article about a doctor that was involved in a defensive shooting this past weekend, who per some reports was on his way to the Mississippi Classic USPSA match. When the victim was attacked, his pistol was in his range bag. Luckily he was able to get to the pistol and get to work on the bad guys shortly thereafter. This brings me to my question: Do you roll up to a competition …

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Everytown for Listener Feedback – 134

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:03:31 — 29.1MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS | MoreWe’ve received so much awesome listener feedback this week that we couldn’t help but make an episode out of it. Gear that Doesn’t Suck Kershaw Skyline¬†– Ben’s summer knife. Thin, lightweight, and pretty good. It’s not a top of the line knife, but it get’s the job done. He took the clip off his and …

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