We Like Shooting Double Tap 051 – Nerds
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Welcome to We Like Shooting’s Double Tap, Episode 51, Tonight we talk about gun tech, we’ll answer your questions on Dear WLS, we’ll talk about NOT GUNS, and revisit past gear
Our cast for tonight is Shawn Herrin, Aaron Krieger, Jeremy Pozderac, Nick Lynch,
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What would be your ideal “bug out vehicle”? Something obtainable.
I would go with a 7.3 Ford excursion built like an overland Park.
(If you want more)
What would be the ultimate BOV, no matter how crazy.
Mine would be a quinjet from the marvel universe.
What is the best ambi charging handle and safety for the AR platform?? being left handed they are a must have upgrade
Hey WLS crew. I have a Savage Model 110 BA LE chambered in 300 Win Mag. I’ve been wanting to try my hand at some 6.5 offerings. I came across the 6.5-300 which uses the same case and with savage rifles would be easy to rebarrel. I’m wanting to really get into an extreme long range caliber for just punching steel and paper. What do you think I should do? Stick with 300 Win Mag or go 6.5-300? Pros and cons of each. Thanks in advance keep up the good work.
P.S. because Jeremy hasn’t said it in a long time, FUCK YOU DAN
You guys are entertaining.
What is your question? I have a question about cleaning guns… motor oil or Rand CLP? Just kidding. I use a lot of pistols in both my conceal carry classes and my instructor classes for students to try out and become more familiar with. I clean my carry guns about once a month, I clean my ‘class guns’ about every 3rd class I use them in, so my pistols see regular maintenance. My AR rifles get about the same treatment. I have literally dozens of guns that I have not touched in over a year, hunting rifles, hunting shotguns, novelty guns like the Mosin’s AK’s and even a few .22’s that I have not shot in forever. Am I doing these gun a disservice by keeping them off the range … sure but that’s not the question, the question is this: How often do you (or should I) take out these guns and clean and inspect them? They all go into the safe cleaned.
You just got kidnapped and take aborde a Dredgnout you get a team of four to save you, two Marvel and two Star Wars, who do you pick?
P.S. on episode 25 of DT some one sent a link to a last sick burn and you said you would do it what happened?(DP is funny)
In September 2016, Jeremy mentioned his desire to acquire a 1911 carbine kit. He specifically wanted the classic one, not the futuristic-looking one. Can we get an update on that?
The show it was mentioned on was 161: Damn this Internet!
Are hi point carbines considered bull pups?
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# Not Guns
THIS WEEKS TOPIC: :“Where are you not welcome anymore”
# INDUSTRY NEWS
- Bullpup pistol on the market
- 99,000 M1 Garands and 8,000 1911’s are in the hands of the CMP
- Browning ends production of the model 1935, the Hi Power
- Sig reportedly knew about P320 drop safety issues months before it went public
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