Shooter attitude is from Brian Enos’ book “Practical Shooting, Beyond Fundamentals.” In this show I interview Steve Zopfi again. He’s a master class USPSA shooter. We discuss chapter one of this book on awareness, focus, shooting tense, dry fire practice and seeing things with your subconscious mind. We also tie this into self defense techniques. This is the 2nd podcast this week. Normally I post one a week, but I had a lot to say this week so this is a bonus show. We also discussed some shooting practice techniques you can do at home and on the range. Even though this is primarily geared towards competition shooting I’m convinced you’ll find some ideas on how you can become better at self defense with a handgun. Please join me at the Gun Rights Radio Network Forum for more discussion if you wish.
Revolvers are a good choice for a self defense handgun. They are not my first choice, but at the request of a listener, I did this show on my experience shooting 2 particular revolvers. James Kimmerle and I went to a range, rented 2 .357 magnum revolvers and we give you our straight talk review on them.
- Simplicity of the revolver, good or bad?
- Firing a revolver from a pocket.
- Capacity of a self defense revolver.
- Reliability pros and cons.
- Revolver myth busting.
- Is 5-6 round capacity enough?
- Every time you pull the trigger?
- Cost vs. features.
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AR-15’s are everywhere aren’t they? A listener, Steve from Alabama is now a civilian but has an excellent military background and we discuss the AR-15/M-4 Carbine. I know there are thousands of choices, but I do ask the question “what do you recommend?” You may be surprised by his answer. We also discuss training with your AR/M-4, good information resources at M-4Carbine.net and what to look for in the black rifle. Also, I made both donations to the Second Amendment Foundation and Gun Rights Radio Network this week. Thanks to all who supported the Freedom Raffle. Please remember to join the Gun Rights Radio Network Forum.
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Can you carry a big gun? Why not? If so, why do you carry a large gun? Questions often asked, so I give you my answers. First I start with a review of the .357SIG, after I went to the range and shot a Glock 33. The Pro Arms Podcast recent review of the .357SIG got me interested in what all the fuss was about. I must say, I was quite impressed. Then I talk about an IDPA experience and a little bit of news and listener feedback. The main topic is carrying a big gun and why you should do it.
- .357SIG Glock 33 review.
- Using caliber conversion barrels in .40 cal and .357sig guns.
- Using the wrong recoil spring in Glock 19.
- What happens when you clean 2 guns at the same time.
- IDPA match recap.
- Big Slims Firearms store controversy.
- How the right belt and holster help you comfortably carry a big gun.
- Compromises in concealed carry and why I think you shouldn’t make too many of them.
- The case for carrying a high capacity weapon.
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Freedom Raffle Winners Announced. Many thanks to all of you who supported this show, the GRRN and the SAF. Rest assured your support will go to very good causes as we fight our way for better gun rights. I sold 91 tickets, just slightly short of my goal of 100, but I’m happy with the way it turned out. This is not a real episode, just an announcement. But please remember to interact with me at the Gun Rights Radio Network Forum. I’ve also make a video of the drawing if you would like to watch it.
Congratulations to the winners. If you won, please email me ASAP.
Ruger LCP: David K. Ticket # 489682
Comp Tac Holster $100 Herbert M. Ticket # 489794
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A mixed bag of gun talk is all I could think of to title this podcast. While driving I share some thoughts I have about pistol caliber carbines, sights, belts, holsters, ammo, 20 gauge shotguns, survival guns and more. This is a relatively short show, I’ve been pretty busy this week. Don’t forget to listen to the pistol caliber carbine podcast I did on my survival show. That was in favor of pistol caliber carbines, this show is a reason not to own one. You decide. I do talk about the great many benefits of the Marlin 1894c .357 magnum, buffalo bore ammo, Marlin Camp carbines and more. Don’t forget it’s down to the wire for the Freedom Raffle. It’s too late for you to mail the money but you can still use a debit or credit card. Drawing is this Friday Sept. 17th. Thanks for supporting this show, The Gun Rights Radio Network and The Second Amendment Foundation! Just click Freedom Raffle at the top of this page and follow the directions.
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Calling your shots is an advanced shooting skill. On this show, I bring back Steve Z again for another interview. He was on episode 79 if you recall. We talk about “calling your shots.” I have to admit, I’m still not sure if I do it, or how to do it, but if you really want to be good at competitive shooting and in my opinion, defensive shooting, I think it would be good for you to get to the level of being able to call your shots. We also talk about Brian Enos’ book, Practical Shooting, Beyond Fundamentals and forum. In the first segment I share some more listener feedback that continues to roll in. Also remember there’s only one week left to the “Freedom Raffle” so quit procrastinating and support my show, the Gun Rights Radio Network and the Second Amendment Foundation. Just click Freedom Raffle at the top of this page and follow the instructions.
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