Keith and Jack are flying without Caleb today, and they take on the tough question of why the idea that you should be 21 to buy a gun is a ridiculous idea.
Look, this one goes off the rails pretty quick. Mostly because the original topic is so ridiculous there’s no way for us to take it seriously for longer than like 5 minutes.
Today on Gunday Brunch Keith and Caleb tackle two topics: is the Israeli military getting rid of the Tavor rifle, and are you being smart about your apocalypse prep? Listen as we discuss the nuances of military procurement and why being nice to your neighbors is more important than having 10,000 rounds of 556 in…
My favorite piece of gun related news recently was Rare Breed Triggers telling the ATF to come get some. Back story: the ATF issued a cease and desist to Rare Breed to force them to stop selling their FRT-15 trigger, and Rare Breed said “nah fam”
The State Department has banned imports of Russian made firearms and ammo. Does this mean that all steel cased ammo is going away? Is this the first step in a dastardly plan to take away all the garbage ammo the poors use? no.
Today we’re answering a tough question: if you could only have three guns for the rest of your life, what would they be? Keith and Caleb both weigh in with their opinions, and surprise surprise they’re pretty different. Tune in to find out which revolver Caleb picked, and what weird rifle Keith picks!
Keith is out again, which means Caleb has spent 20 minutes talking about how great 32 ACP is. Seriously though, if you like small, pocket sized pistols, check this episode out since it makes a logical case for why tiny little guns, commonly referred to as mouseguns, are still relevant.
In an interesting development, several former ATF agents have written a letter to Congress opposing the nomination of David “Waco” Chipman as the director of the ATF. They cite his lack of leadership experience and polarizing attitude towards the gun industry.
You’ve heard Caleb and Keith talk about gun movies they love, well they’re back to talking about pop culture and today it’s gun movies that…well they were disappointing to say the least. Do the guys take a loose definition of what is or isn’t a “gun movie?” Yes. Does that matter? Only if you’re lame!
Yes, it looks like ammo is starting to make a resurgence. We appear to have hit the level of inventory where common calibers in popular loads readily available from most retailers again, albeit at elevated prices. Speaking of elevated prices: price gouging isn’t real.