Sunday, May 8, 2016

Gun Blog Variety Podcast #90 – Erin’s sick, Sean’s angry, and Adam’s Jeep is in pieces

It's Episode 90 of The GunBlog VarietyCast - Erin's sick, Sean's angry, and Adam's Jeep is in pieces.
  • Erin Palette is still sick from her trip out to Tennessee, but she dragged herself to her microphone and points us to a really fantastic series of articles she wrote about ionizing radiation.
  • Nicki Kenyon answers my question: Trump or Hillary - who would Russia prefer?
  • Beth Alcazar, fresh off the Concealed Carry Expo talks with Kelly Welke about the new USCCA initiative, Women's Community.
  • Silicon Graybeard wraps up the questions about LED shop lights. Don't miss this one.
  • And Weer'd finds us a very interesting Australian TV show about gun politics in Australia 20 years after the Port Arthur Massacre.
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