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Q&A Show Now on YouTube

Y’all asked for a video version of the podcast, so we decided to start out with the Q&A show. Some of last week’s shows, and all of this week’s shows will be available on the Triangle Tactical YouTube channel, so check them out. QNA043 – Economics of Reloading 9mm: QNA042 – How do scaled dryfire targets work?: QNA041 – What Changes Would We Make to IDPA and USPSA: QNA040 – Trigger Jobs on Carry Guns?:

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Save $5 on a Triangle Tactical Shirt

Now until the weekend or so, if you send an email to [email protected] with your competition/concealed carry/firearm/tacticool question, and and we decide to use it on a future episode of the Q&A podcast, I’ll send you a link for $5 off a shirt. Bonus points if you record a voicemail and send it in. (You can just record something on your phone, or click here to use Speakpipe to record it) Don’t want to wait …

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Q&A Podcast is Now in iTunes!

I know y’all have been waiting for like 2 whole days for this, so try to contain yourself! As of the time of writing this post, the Q&A podcast isn’t showing up in an iTunes search, but you can find it by clicking here. Remember, this show is driven by listener feedback, so if you have any questions for us, shoot an email to [email protected] or leave us a voicemail. Android folks, you should be …

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Look for us on the Practical Pistol Show

This afternoon Ben Stoeger invited us on the Practical Pistol Show, to talk a little more about the Anti-Competition Competitors topic that we talked about in Episode 130 of podcast. I’m not totally sure when it’ll air, but it will be on Ben’s YouTube page when it does air.  

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“But I Don’t Have an iPod, So…”

A while back I was talking to someone about the podcast, and they asked if we put the episodes on YouTube because they don’t have an iPod to listen to the show on. This is pretty common, so I wanted to take a minute and show everyone with an Android phone how to subscribe. You’ll need to download a podcast app. I use Podkicker, which is available for free in the Google Play store.¬†There are …

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Podcast Delayed

Just a quick heads up, episode 123 will release sometime this afternoon. While recording last night my computer decided that it didn’t want to live anymore, so I had to switch computers right before we recorded. The good news is that we were able to record and its a great episode, the bad news is that I need to get a whole bunch of junk off of the old computer before I can get it …

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I’m Humbled

Over the past few days y’all have left us some really amazing feedback on iTunes regarding the podcast. I’m humbled, really. We put a lot of work into the podcast, but when I say it’s my favorite thing to do every week, I mean it. It’s amazing to me that y’all listen in every week, and still surprises me every time I’m at the range and someone comes up to me and says “Hey, are …

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GRNC Looking Into the Questionable Posting of the NC State Fairgrounds

Last fall, I wrote a post about the NC State Fairgrounds being posted against carry with “No Weapons” signs during the NC State Fair. I went through all of the relevant statutes that I could find about concealed carry, and I wasn’t able to find the legal justification for the state to post the signs that they did. I pushed the post from last year out to the Facebook group again this week, and we …

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2AToday Podcast – Battleground State Series Wrap-Up

A few weeks back Ben and I were invited on the 2AToday Podcast to help with their “Battleground State” series of shows. Earlier in the series ‘YaDaddy’ and Peter Gould interviewed people from the different battleground states about how the anti-gun laws were passed in those states: California – Jacob Rascon Connecticut – Rich Burgess New York – Tom King New York City – Glenn Herman (Part 1) New York City -Glenn Herman (Part 2) …

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Thanks for the iTunes Reviews!

A couple weeks back we put out the call for some more iTunes reviews for the podcast. The fact is that the overwhelming majority of our audience uses iTunes or other Apple devices to consume the show, so getting those reviews in iTunes really helps us to grow! Since putting out the call, y’all have really come through for us, so much so that this morning we’re listed in the Top 5 Outdoor podcasts in …

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