Part 2 of Shotguns regarding the pump action sound and is it really a good warning to a home invader? I do a little myth busting on this show. This is a very short show because it’s just a follow up to Episode 50. I also share my thoughts on Texas Governor Rick Perry’s shooting of a coyote with his Ruger LCP! Also tune in for a special announcement about this show and don’t forget about my new YouTube video on my Glock 19 with TFO sights!
Shotguns are one of the most versatile weapons you can own. In my opinion, every family should have one. Even if you live in an area where handguns are not allowed, shotguns probably are. They are one of the most formidable man stoppers inside of 25 yards that are commonly available and affordable. In this episode I discuss the advantages and disadvantages of shotguns, their usefulness and what to watch out for when adding accessories, etc.
LET ME ADD: The very idea of being able to chamber a round and the “chunk chunk” sound of the pump shotgun being enough to make the bad guy pee his pants and run away…is preposterous! That’s a myth that simply isn’t true. If the bad guy is stung out on drugs, a noise certainly isn’t going to stop him. So consider that fact that you will likely have to shoot your shotgun, no matter what action type it is.
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Modifying your handgun can be tricky and it’s not easy to do without compromising reliability. In this episode I’ll discuss what types of modifications I do to my carry pistols and competition pistols. As I’ve mentioned, I’m not a gunsmith, but I have learned a few things through trial and error and that’s what I’ll share with you.
No one handgun fits every person or shooter. Like height and waist size, hand size and individual finger length vary greatly. What to do about that.
Changing the grips.
Changing the magazine release button.
Changing the slide release lever.
Trigger jobs (after the 1,000 round trigger job.)
Does all of this help you shoot better?
How not to compromise reliability.
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Treating guns like we treat cars, wouldn’t that be nice? In this show I use some humor and point out how silly our gun laws are and how messed up society’s views are on firearms. Even though this is humorous, there is some truth to it. I also get serious at the end and talk about how to prevent deaths related to guns.
You could get a simple license from the State for a nominal fee and only have to take a test that any idiot could pass.
You could carry in any State at any time.
You could buy ammunition at the 7-11.
Old people who can hardly see would still be permitted to shoot in public.
Congress would be willing to bail out Smith and Wesson, Colt, Kimber and Springfied Armory if they got into financial trouble.
Based on the excellent humorous article written by Ron Miller.
Guns and Children is a very controversial subject but I make an attempt to tackle this sensitive issue in this show. Tune in and I’ll discuss handgun safety around kids and how to keep your kids safe from guns. My answer may surprise you. Also, a mixed bag of feedback from listeners and I’ll answer some of your questions!
Where is the safest place to keep your handgun?
16 rules of gun safety.
At what age should you educate children about safety of firearms?
How drinking and shooting is a bad idea.
Don’t rely on the safety on your gun.
Hunter safety courses.
What my Dad taught me about gun safety when I was young.