The court of public opinion, internet usage for gun carries and listener voice mails regarding SIGs, Glocks and pocket .380’s are all topics in this episode.
This starts with a review of the Taurus 709 slim 9mm pistol, submitted by a listener named Todd. Then I discuss several voice mails regarding a SIG pistol, Walther PPK pistol, concealed carry in New Jersey, accidental discharges, getting started in IDPA and more. Thanks for listening.
This midweek MSP (Modern Self Protection) podcast hosted by Ben Branam is a review of the Kel Tec P-32 pocket pistol. Ben does a nice job of discussing the pro’s and con’s of this pocket mousegun. I used to have a P3AT and it’s almost identical to the P-32. So if you’re considering a pocket pistol from Kel Tec you might gain a lot from this review. I also start the episode with some listener voice mails. Thanks for downloading and listening. Bob and Ben.
Subcompact guns are extremely popular for concealed carry. So this episode is about the advantages and disadvantages of small semi automatics, revolvers and other guns called subcompact guns. We analyzed Kahr PM9, Glock 26 and J frame revolvers and small .380 autos. Jon Payne also joins me for an interview about subcompact handguns. Thanks for downloading and listening. Bob Mayne, HandgunWorld Podcast.
Concealed carry for business people is the topic of this episode. Topics include methods of dress for business concealed carry, how to act when you’re carrying a gun while doing business, what type of firearm to pack and examples of concealed carry in the business environment. Thanks for downloading and listening and don’t forget to join the GRRN forum. Many thanks to all who participated in my Shooter’s Club Podcast promotion and fundraiser. Thanks for downloading and listening, Bob Mayne, HandgunWorld Show.
You never know when and where someone who want’s to harm you, will strike. Often times we are in a compromised position or perhaps your attacker is even so close, that they are at arm’s length or even closer! Violent encounters don’t happen like a competition match. There’s no timer, no scoring system and no re-shoot. Not to make fun of competition at all, because as you know, I totally enjoy it and support the shooting sports. But the main topic of this show is what to think about when shooting at arm’s length distance. So I reviewed and excellent article by Jon Payne of Suarez International on this subject. Some of this is from my personal experience during the training I recently took under him. Also, Jon Hodoway has more to say on how to pick a firearms trainer and ammunition ballistics. You’ll also learn about the Wall Drill. A dry fire practice technique taught by an Army Reserve shooting instructor. I also cover some listener emails on subjects like the Glock 26 as a back up gun and appendix carry. Finally, you’ll hear my review of the Smith and Wesson model 39-2. I recently had a chance to shoot one for the first time. Links for all of these can be found on the Gun Rights Radio Network forum. Thanks for listening, Bob Mayne, HandgunWorld Show.