Skip to comments.Gun Talk Radio 1/29/12
Posted on 01/29/2012 5:12:41 PM PST by mylife
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Mandeville, LA Its training, targets, and obtaining a firearm in D.C., this week on Tom Gresham's Gun Talk (R) Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports.
Author and Instructor Massad Ayoob stops by Gun Talk Sunday to talk training and more. As an instructor for law enforcement for more than 40 years, Ayoob now brings his extensive knowledge to The Massad Ayoob Group, offering training for both private citizens and law enforcement. Find out more at http://massadayoobgroup.com/.
Emily Miller, Senior Editor at The Washington Times and a resident of D.C., has been trying to purchase a firearm for months now. Her saga has been chronicled in both articles and blog posts at The Washington Times. Next Monday, Miller is testifying in front of the D.C. City Council on the hardships of obtaining a firearm as a D.C. resident. Read more at The Washington Times website: http://www.washingtontimes.com/staff/emily-miller/.
Action Target, Inc.s Executive Vice-President and Co-Founder Addison Sovine also drops in with news from the target world. Action Targets line-up includes the technologically advanced self-healing targets. See all the targets at www.actiontarget.com. Also, check out the video from GunTalk.tv on the self-healing targets from Action Target: http://www.guntalk.tv/gtv/library.php?video_id=757.
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You’re a leettle slow there Quickdraw.
Any trolls out there?
Hey!! Somebody just shot my target.
The lesson here from Masood Ayoub is never go up against a 45 cal Glock with a 9mm Hi Point LOL
Watching the Faux Bowl, no Tom tonight :o(
A case where a guy used “too much gun”?
Musta had a Ma Deuce in his back pocket.
Should be interesting.
I didnt realize the Pro Bowl was on.
Wow! A true “mouse gun”!
Nice mouse gun!
I can see where to much muzzle rise could put you at a disadvantage.
YEP! I knew somebody would see the irony.
Listening to this story will insure that I renew with Texas Law Shield tomorrow!!
Now Texas Law Shield will defend you in all of these states:
Alabama Arkansas Arizona
Indiana Louisiana Oklahoma
Mississippi Texas Florida
New Mexico Colorado Georgia
And this was in Az, a VERY gun friendly state.
I bet Starbucks caves to the CHL protesters.
I have been following her horrifying articles. I think it must have been easier to obtain a private firearm in the old Soviet Union than it is today in Washington DC!
I suspect her testifying about her "hardships" before the City Council buffoons will resulting in nothing more than a lot of snickering and guffawing from the attending hizzoners - just as it often did from the assorted petty bureaucrats who were "helping" her while she was jumping through the almost insurmountable hoops before her.
Anyone silly enough to think keeping and/or bearing a firearm in Washington DC is some kind of a "right" (even after Heller) is deluding themselves. The fascists are still firmly in control there and they are not giving an inch.
Ms. Miller would get her pistol faster if she were applying for it in Beijing instead of the Capital city of the United States of America!
Mylife, what is the cost of Texas Law Shield?
Starbucks can keep their damned expensive coffee. And their gay clientele.
We’ll, her documenting this crap in the papers can’t hurt.
Non CHL $89
MultiState coverage $34.50
I have never been in a starbucks.
I wish we had dunkin donuts here.
10 mullion cops can’t be wrong!
That’s a good deal. I would hate to be without counsel if the need ever came up. I’m going to sign up for that.
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a little over 10 bucks a month, for legal representation.
That’s pretty much a no brainer.
Thanks for the info!!
They’ll get rich off of guys like us, but that sure beats me having to pay for a Grand jury trial out of pocket.
No joke, it would break me for sure.
Everybody always talks tough on the internet, but the truth is, that if you have to defend yourself with gun, it is going to cost you a pile of money unless you have something like this to back you up.
In Texas the state often pays the cost of a Grand jury if you are found innocent, but I feel better KNOWING that the cost will be covered.
I like the multi-state option.
Damn! That guy was lucky.
And they add on states as they come into legal agreement with Texas at no extra cost to you.
Dang scary eh?
It's a story we have heard before. Took out his personal gun (Kimber .45) to show to a customer, removed the mag but (you guessed it) failed to clear the chamber.
First rule he broke was the obvious "Always treat every weapon as being loaded". Second rule broken was that no loaded weapons are allowed at the gun show. No serious injuries, but that could have been a nightmare. Gives the rest of us a bad name. I don't think he will be welcome at anymore RK gun shows!
I know a guy who bought a collection from a deceased fellows family.
They inspected all of the rifles to insure that they were unloaded and put them out on display.
A month later a customer picked up one of the rifles opened the bolt, and a live round flew out!
I see people pick up guns all the time in situations like that and just pull the trigger.
Yepper. Those are the same people that would drop a lighted match in the gas tank to find out if it’s empty.
LOL! That happens too!
Does anyone here shoot IDPA?