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Video Podcast: Hot Chili, Concealed Carry And C-More Sights

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This week, Michael gives the skinny on his trip to Santa Fe, how much he liked carrying his EDC in a GUNFIGHTERS INC shoulder holster and finally — FINALLY! — he gets his C-More sight where he wants it!

This is the first 15 minutes of this week’s Down Range Radio )

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One Response to Video Podcast: Hot Chili, Concealed Carry And C-More Sights

  1. Bandoleered Bookworm

    September 14, 2017 at 11:27 pm

    I concur with your opinion of the Scoville intensity of food in Santa Fe. Many moons ago I was there, and on my way out I stopped in Taos. After several days of “medium” in the area, I spent several minutes in the facilities of a quaint little restaurant trying not to scream like a little girl.

    Because of a work transfer, I left Tampa four days before Irma hit there. Water and gas were hard to come by – but not impossible. Many people were fixated on acquiring cases of half-liter bottles. If push comes to shove, I told an acquaintance to go to Walmart, buy cheap 2-liter soda bottles to use as water bottles. She wanted to know what to do with the soda. Dump it out if you don’t want it, because you just bought big water bottles that you can fill at home FOR A DOLLAR A PIECE.

    There were accusation of price gouging at my local supermarket, because the store brand and Aquafina sold old in 1/2 hour and 1-1/2 hours respectively, and the only thing that was left was Norwegian water for over $30/case (a “2-bottle” discount per case).

    Most people were calm and sounded relatively well prepared. There was a lot of talk about “my generator,” when to leave if need be, “I already filled up,” and “we’ll grill out and if need be eat beans.” Because I had a long commute, I gassed up every 85 miles. And when I left the state, I stopped every 175 miles (1/2 a tank).

    I did not have a harrowing journey out of the state- though it took me 50% longer to get to my destination than normal – but it definitely got me thinking AGAIN about easy preps. After seeing the rush for water, people on the interstates with gas cans strapped to the trunklids of their cars, and empty can-food shevles, we now have two cases of water in our fridge (1/2-liter bottles, of course), a bottle of bleach with directions in Sharpie for treating different volumes of water, etc.

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