I shot the Texas Tactical IDPA match on October 15, 2011 at the Cedar Ridge Range in San Antonio. You’ll hear coverage of the match from the range and an interview with a shooter on my squad who shot his XD9 for the first time. You’ll also hear stage descriptions and the results of a few stages. I finished 8th out of 27 shooters in the SSP division. I’ll take that, since I didn’t shoot a match in almost 6 weeks previous to this match. I was in “gamer” mode and shot my Glock 34, Comp-Tac OWB. belt holster and concealed with an IDPA vest. You’ll experience the match in audio format from the range. Links and discussion can be found on the Gun Rights Radio Network Forum. Thanks for downloading and listening and don’t forget, this will be your last chance to get version 3 of my Shooter’s Club Podcast. Click the buy now button, to help out my show, if you wish.
Listener audio comments are now coming in with regularity. That’s great. Keep them coming, seems like everyone has some quality topics to talk about. So this is not a complete episode. It’s a quick bonus podcast at the end of the week for you to listen to an pick some ideas on open carry/vs. concealed, Theis holsters, Glock’s recoil spring exchange program and low light shooting and low light concealed carry consideration. Thanks for downloading and listening, I’ll be back on Monday with Episode 146. Bob Mayne, HandgunWorld Show.
I’ve received quite a few emails asking me, “what is a 1,000 round trigger job?” First, let me say, I didn’t make that up. I read it somewhere on a forum and can’t remember where, but I’m sure that expression has been used before. So during the first segment, I’ll answer in detail what I mean by that. Trigger jobs are one of the most talked about modifications on a handgun, yet it seems like some people spend too much money on them and don’t get a good enough benefit. Most decent quality guns have triggers that can be mastered with enough practice. That’s my main point, but listen for more details. During segment 2, I respond to my backlog of listener emails. Please keep them coming, I will get to most of them. Links can be found on the GRRN forum. Thanks for downloading and listening, Bob Mayne, HandgunWorld Show
This is part 2 of the audio from Mark Vanderburg’s hotel room after the Gun Rights Policy Conference in the anti gun city of Chicago, a few weeks ago. Eric Shelton (former host of The Handgun Podcast) Gail Pepin of the Pro Arms Podcast, Mark Vanderberg, host of the Gun Rights Radio Network, Larry Peikarski and Matt and Shane (2 loyal GRRN listeners) and ME, entertain you with a recap of the Gun Rights Policay conference, in our own words. Tune in for a lot of fun and some thoughtful discussion on the gun rights issue and….what about the Litigation Gorilla? (at the end of the show.) Tell me what you think. Is Alan Gura the litigation gorilla? I think he is, you be the judge. Next week, I guarantee I will cover lots of listener emails and questions. Thanks for downloading and listening, Bob Mayne, HandunWorld Show.
Well, I just couldn’t stay away from the airwaves until Oct 10th, and this is a special announcement, so I wanted to get it out to you now. In this episode Jon Hodoway of the Pro Arms Team, announces the MAG 40 class (Massad Ayoob Group) he’s sponsoring and The HandgunWorld Show is helping him with the promotion. There are a few surprises in this episode too. Links to the class sign up will be on the GRRN forum. We discuss MAG 40, what type of training it is, why you should include it on your bucket list, and we also get into a discussion about the IDPA World Championship match and the rules of IDPA. Don’t miss this episode. Next Monday, I’ll be posting more audio from the Gun Rights Policy Conference. Thanks for downloading and listening. Bob Mayne, HandgunWorld Show