Jess Karren is a Homicide Investigator in Lubbock, TX. In this episode we discussed what civilians can expect if they have to defend themselves with a gun. We also discussed his views on concealed carry and citizens’ right to self defense and to own and carry a gun.
A very large number of citizens who defend their life with a gun, do so in low light or night time conditions. Yet, due to range availability, most people practice and train in daylight. It’s a completely different world, shooting at night and incorporating a flashlight or weapon mounted light while shooting. It’s also tough to identify your target. This episode is about using lights, night sights, red dot optics and more, in low light and night time shooting.
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The Walther PPQ is an up and coming striker fired pistol. With all of the striker fired guns out there, this one seems to have one of the best triggers. This episode contains a review of the Walther PPQ and more discussion on triggers.
I’ve often talked about your concealed carry “system.” That being the gun, holster, belt and ammo. So this week, I interviewed Jason Christensen, owner of Concealment Solutions. We discussed the features of a good holster and belt and why it’s important for concealed carry.
This episode is inspired by Paul Markel’s Student of the Gun Podcast dated January 1, 2014 on half measures. I decided to do my own, expanded version of that theme. I also unveil a gun experiment I’m doing this year in 2014 and then answer listener voice mails.
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