Friday, January 27, 2023

Tag: podcast

All SHOT; ALL THE TIME!

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It’s time for the wrap-up of SHOT 2023, and Michael gives it a shot through his SHOT SHOW CRUD-ravaged voice. It was a strange and quirky year!

SHOT MEDIA DAY 2023!!!

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Yes it was a miserable day at the range, but the shooting was extremely good. Here's Michael's report.

Rock Island Armory’s Amazing New 5.0!

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While the overall theme of SHOT 2023 may be the rise of precision rifles, Rock Island Armory has delivered a complete surprise — a new 9mm with a new “operating system” and ergonomics among the best pistols ever. Meet the 5.0!

New Year; New Guns!

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Happy New Year Pod People! As we head into the hellscape that will be 2023, it’s time to talk guns. First off, the Beast, the FNP-45 is home from the milling shop, and it’s perfect. Also, The Recover Tactical Glock gets reassembled and its own Form 1!

Revolver Competition Fun!

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In our last podcast for 2022, Michael starts gearing up for a season of revolver competition and assorted mayhem for the new year.

Kahr Carries On!

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Kahr Arms initially defined the single stack 9mm concealed carry pistol. But in a world where every company has at least one gun in the micro-9mm carry niche, how does the venerable Kahr compare?

Is the Glock G19 Still the Uber-Gun?

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This week Michael talks prepper guns, in answer to a Pod Person’s question. Is the Glock 19 still the perfect handgun for a prepper’s SHTF firearm?

The FNP-45 — Beast-Mode Perfection?

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The FNP/FNX .45 ACP hammer-fired, 15-round semiauto was developed for the military trials that never happened. After 15 years, it remains a masterpiece of engineering and maybe the finest .45 ACP in the world.

Texas Hogs…And Concealed Carry!

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This week Michael heads to Texas with the SDS Imports/Tisas 10mm giveaway pistol to wring it out on big hogs. Afterwards, it's the USCCA Convention in Ft Worth.

Michael Returns to the 1911…Maybe!

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Will the Tisas Stingray 1911 LW Commander 9mm end up in Michael’s EDC holster? It’s looking more likely every day! The Stingray, with a Shield RMSc red dot milled into the frame, cries out to be carried.