Skip to comments.Gun Talk Radio 9/25/11
Posted on 09/25/2011 5:03:24 PM PDT by mylife
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Mandeville, LA - Tom Gresham's Gun Talk (R) Radio will broadcast live this Sunday from the 26th Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC) in Chicago, IL. Host Tom Gresham also will serve as master of ceremonies at the awards luncheon this Saturday, where achievements in the field of gun rights are recognized by the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) and the Citizen's Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCKRBA).
Guests for this week's Gun Talk broadcast include SAF Founder Alan Gottlieb, author and publisher, Alan Korwin, and Instructor Massad Ayoob. Guest speakers at this years conference include Chris Knox, Jim Irvine, David Codrea, Dave Workman, Gene Hoffman, Timothy Wheeler, Kathy Jackson and more! More info on the conference this weekend is available at http://www.saf.org/.
"GRPC gets better each year," said Gresham. "It's a gathering of the Who's Who in gun rights, including the NRA, Gun Owners of America, the Second Amendment Foundation, Citizen's Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, the National Firearms Association of Canada, Knife Rights, and dozens of state gun rights groups. It's where you go to get the latest info on the challenges we face. And, it's free!"
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Double tap. Dang.
Heya Doc, heya 50
I wonder if anyone would have a recommendation for a doll head or such 410 shotgun. I’m looking for a nice little light 410.. most probably used.
I ain’t gotaa thang till I get that Gun Talk PING!
Lots of legal stuff, but it’s important. When we’re not fighting bad guys, we’re fighting the law.
I only own one.
A saiga 410 that I got for $185
I like it, but I think a plain old pump or single action would be great for squirrels and stuff.
I am not familiar with the term “doll head”
I do think the little 410 loaded with buckshot is a good choice for gal that dont like heavy recoil
We are on the front lines.
I love my Winchester Model 42.
Just make sure you get a 3” regardless what you pick.
Guess I was being too cute.
Looks like you forgot to ping the list.
Less than a month until the big shoot!
The Saiga’s an auto loader yes..? I bet it’s fun.
‘Doll head’ describes the pistol grip part of the stock that comes down to a kind of ball and is usually found on ornamental break action older shotguns. Usually smaller caliber light frame gentleman’s so to speak guns.
Just wanted a few recommendations on what to keep an eye out for. Thanks
Did I forget to ping the list?
That’s got a very nice recoil pad on it!!
And it does look like fun.
Meh. Was here anyway. :)
Alan Gura’s a pretty sharp cookie.
I look forward to the fun.
I was already here, but I thought I’d missed my ping. THX
Oh man, I crack myself up!
Well. what ever they call it, it is 5, 30 cal projectiles coming at 1150 FPS
Why you cracking up?
I’ve been thinking about buying one for a while now. I’ve heard mixed reviews on its performance.
How do you rate it? Any problems?
Saw one of these at the local Wally world. A little more than 4 bills if memory serves. Very compact weapon.
Yeah I’ve picked those up on occasion. A bit heavy and kinda pricy. But yes they do look cool.
I’ll try and find a nice light break action single.
This shit making pocket knives a problem is crazy.
Yeah, but now I can’t figure out where my picture went. Just not my night.
How about a 28 gauge side by side?
I am glad Alan Gura is on our side.
In a little over 20 years - one local S.D. went from having its own shooting team and students in Vo-Tech carrying knives on their belts every day in school, to the now ever popular “zero tolerance” for anything deemed a “weapon” on school property.
I remember transferring shotguns from my car trunk to my buddy’s truck in the school parking lot and then a bunch of us hitting the surrounding fields to hunt until dusk.
Rossi makes a nice dual caliber .410 and .22 lr, with two barrels, so you change barrels to change calibers. I mkae them up for ladies who have little ones still at home, arranging the weapon so a velcro strip receives an eight shell strip when the weapon needs to swing into action. I also put a vertyical foregrip on to allow the left or right off hand to hold the weapon while being reloaded and the hammer cocked. I’ve timed it and can get a first shot off faster with my system than someone can load and shuck and fire a pump for first round. Follow up rounds are not qiute as quick, but the eapon is safer and less complicated to operate, with not having to worry about closing the slide all the way like with a pump needs to be managed.
That’s a nice looking double.. and getting close to where I’m going. Here’s one I’d get in a second if it weren’t so spendy. http://www.cz-usa.com/products/view/ringneck-201a-mini-single-case-hardened/
I tried to zero in that firefield scope Friday.
Freekin elavation didn’t seem to budge.
I took it off the HK93 clone..I am sorry if I misled you on that scope.
I gotta fool around with this thing a little
The rifle works great!
Back in my high school days, shotguns and rifles were common in the parking lot. I mean as far as having them in a gun rack in the truck. They were kept in plain sight, and nobody freaked out.
Thanks. Looks like they like it.
Yes, those were violent times LoL /S
Now, a kid draws a picture of a gun, will get them some quality time with the Vice Principal.
I guess I’m getting old - yearning for the “back when I was younger” days. :(
I know, me too.
Are you sure you weren’t trying to adjust the bullet drop compensator instead of elevation. I made that mistake on a new scope not long ago, that’s why I ask.