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Episode 280 – Interview with Chaz from Roadgunner Podcast

I was a guest on the Roadgunner Podcast last week and Chaz and I talked about concealed carry, a couple of guns, training, busting off the X, moving and shooting and more. You’ll enjoy it. I also begin with a voice mail regarding small guns.

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Roadgunner Podcast

 
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Episode 279 – Small Guns

Small guns are incredibly popular today. Manufacturers can’t keep up with orders. So in this episode, I review some small guns and also give some advantages and disadvantages of small guns.

 
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Episode 278 – Handgunlaw.us Part 2

Gary Slider, co owner of the website Handgunlaw.us joins me for another interview. His website is an excellent resource for concealed carry laws.

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Article about podcast patent troll

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Episode 277 – Voice Mails and Update on 1911 vs. Striker Fired Test

Listener voice mails regarding duty to inform, firearm discounts and laser training ammo is the first segment. An update on my 1 year test of striker fired vs. 1911 pistols is the 2nd segment.

 
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Episode 276 – Power and Responsibility

Power and Responsibility of carrying a gun. Recently on the Safety Solutions Academy Podcast, I heard an interview with Massad Ayoob and it finished with a discussion on power and responsibility of carrying a gun. So I thought I would do my own version of these 2 subjects.

Links and Show Notes:

Carrying a Gun Responsible Isn’t So Simple

Who Should Not Carry a Gun

Beyond Concealed Carry with Jon Hodoway Arkansas June 2014

 
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