Sunday, August 9, 2015

Gun Blog Variety Podcast #51

You're going to love this episode. The new field recorder goes out into the great outdoors!
  • Adam and Sean host another fine episode of The GunBlog VarietyCast. They talk about their dogs, a book you should read, a "small plane" that caught on fire in Nashville, the Tennessee Governor's new plan to allow TN National Guardsman carry privately owned weapons, and the things that grind our gears.
  • Erin Palette tells us why cars and floods don't mix, and what to do when they get too close to each other.
  • Nicki Kenyon discusses "Existential Threats." What are they and why do we care?
  • Sean attends the Silencerco Quiet Riot Tour's North Carolina stop. Joining him is John Richardson of the Polite Society Podcast. John and Sean shoot suppressed pistols, rifles, and even shotguns. And they recorded themselves doing it, so you can hear what they really sound like!
  • Barron B reminds us that every security system has a weak point. And most often, that weak point is the people.
  • And Weer'd gives us a twofer. He does one of his patented Weer'd Audio Fisks. His targets? Rachel Maddow and Al Sharpton.

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Listen to the podcast here.
Show notes may be found here.
A special thanks to Silencerco for hosting us at their Quiet Riot Tour, and also to our sponsor, the Law of Self Defense. Remember to use discount code "Variety" for 10% off at checkout.

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