I have been thinking a lot about the London terror attack and what it can teach us. In truth, when a person gets knocked down by a car, the first thing that goes through that person’s mind isn’t likely to be that the car’s drivers is going to jump out and attack with meat cleavers.
This week, Michael talks about how one might know one’s limitations and how cool it is that Winchester is making a replica Winchester…
This reproduction is part of Winchester’s long-term plan to offer some of their classic models back into the market. The 73 is made by Miroku in Japan, which has a reputation for building world-class firearms.
This week, Michael catches up on guns that is ready for testing. He also talks about Concealed Carry on a motorcycle. Government out of control is the topic of the political segment and finally, he talks about self defense in a confined space.
This week is all about the 2013 NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Houston, Texas. The gun culture is in full war mode, a fact abundantly clear at the Convention. And we did manage to round up a few new products.
This week, Michael talks about the first filming session for Season 3 of Gun Stories, “performance anxiety” while directing Joe Mantegna and the cool new Bond Arms Back-up Derringer.
This week, Michael takes a few minutes to celebrate our RKBA victory in Washington D.C. last week, then he dives head-first into the Boston terror attacks. What can we do to keep ourselves and our families safe in an unsafe world?
A day when demagoguery failed and, amazingly, principles ruled in Washington. Man, I never thought we’d get here, especially after the heartbreaking loss of Colorado!
April 17, 2013 | Posted in Featured
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This beauty is a Ruger Bearcat “Shopkeeper” model — 3 inch barrel, round but, .22 LR. Apparently my friend Jason Cloessner, who’s in charger of Lipsey’s specials, had an epiphany while holding one of their dealer’s custom 3-inch Bearcat, the smallest single action in the Ruger line-up.
This week Michael once again looks at the birth of America on April 19, 1775, the political horizon today and the inescapable reality of media bias. He also talks about gun owners as the new underclass and even finds a little time to talk about guns.