It’s our friggin birfday! The show turns one year old today, and to celebrate the guys are reminiscing about old-school 90s shows, and bringing you an update on the ammo crisis, which is sort of over but not really.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aR_JwwWUok4 Today, the boys are all shocked that none of them were kidnapped by the government, and they reminisce about the great golden era of submachine guns: the 90s.
In this episode, the boys are all back talking about how we live in the golden age of the 9mm pistol and we have HK to thank for it, then at the end they get kidnapped by the feds. Remember to subscribe to get the boys back, or to encourage the feds to keep them.…
https://youtu.be/Hspq46sRZug Just joking, Sig hasn’t signed on to sponsor the show but if they want to, just slide into those DMs, baby.
Didn’t we just leave this party? The ATF is at it again, having released the final version of the new rule regulating so-called “ghost guns.” It’s basically the same as the first rule, except now it has all the commentary about how they ignored most of the comments from law abiding gun owners. What a…
In this episode, the boys discuss how sick a well run civilian Robin Sage would be, and Jack dispenses some handy advice on what not to do in a street fight. (Keep your shirt on, kids)
Jack’s back, and on this episode the boys are talking about how rimfire is cool again. Sig Sauer announced their new P322, a 21 round Tactical 22LR.
Just breaking today, and why this episode is out three days early, the ATF has declared that “some” forced reset triggers are in fact illegal machine guns. Listen to the boys explain what this means for you if you own one, and what may happen with the ongoing lawsuit between Rare Breed Triggers and the…
The boys are back, concluding their cliffhanger from last week to answer the question: why is your EDC weird? Let’s be real, there are a lot of people out there on the internet posting completely implausible concealed carry rigs, and we’re here to roast it.
In this episode, the boys take a detour down to the depths of knife people weirdness, and Jack tells a story about a guy severing a tendon in his hand.