Monthly Archives: November 2017

GunBlog VarietyCast Radio Episode 170 – Weer’d Underpants

EP170 GunBlog VarietyCast Radio – Weer’d Underpants

Erin wanted to call this the “Zombie Miguel Episode” but figured that would just confuse people.

  • Beth feels that  RSO’s — Range Safety Officers — are basically the black belts of the gun world. She and her husband explain why.
  • Homeless guy beats another man to death in a trailer. Sean looks at his permanent record.
  • Barron is on assignment.
  • Miguel is not so much on assignment as “wandering about Southern Florida, looking for his brain.” His words, not ours.
  • In this week’s Main Topic, Sean and Erin discuss the dumbest GQ article ever: “Inside the Federal Bureau Of Way Too Many Guns”.
  • Pro-gun votes are good, but integrity is better. Tiffany weighs in with her opinion on the matter of Roy Moore.
  • Erin finally noticed that in 169 episodes, she’s never once talked about sharpening your knives.
  • Anti-Gun Researcher Tom Gabor speaks out against Stand Your Ground and whatever else comes to mind. Weer’d brings the facts.
  • And our Plug of the Week is the “Captain Underpants” series of books. Weer’d’s daughter LaWeer’da tells us more.

Thanks to LuckyGunner and Remington for their sponsorship. And a special thanks to Firearms Policy Coalition for their support.

Look for the show notes HERE!

GunBlog VarietyCast Radio Episode 169 – The Personification of the Firearm

 

EP169 GunBlog VarietyCast Radio – The Personification of the Firearm

“The rifle itself has no moral stature, since it has no will of its own. Naturally, it may be used by evil men for evil purposes, but there are more good men than evil, and while the latter cannot be persuaded to the path of righteousness by propaganda, they can certainly be corrected by good men with rifles.” ― Col. Jeff Cooper, “Art of the Rifle”

  • Beth detests the phrase “gun violence”. She’s talked about that before, so if she brings it up again, it must mean it’s important! She has more examples and details.
  • A cop walks into a gas station just in time to interrupt an armed robbery. Sean tells us how this story ends.
  • Barron is on assignment.
  • In this week’s Mental Flea Market, Miguel reminds us that some SOB won’t try to murder you just because you’re worshiping God.
  • David Yamane, sociologist and new member of the Gun Culture, has been saying it for a while now, but it bears repeating: the laser focus of gun control advocates on the criminal use of firearms ignores the REAL gun culture, which is the average gun-owning citizen.
  • Tiffany is on assignment.
  • Avoid that sedative! Erin explains how sleeping too soon after trauma can negatively affect your ability to recover from it.
  • A lone anti-gun crusader has proposed a “national gun buyback day”.  Weer’d looks at the lies and delusions of grandeur as this nut promotes his little pipe dream.
  • And our Plug of the Week is MAG-20 / Classroom – Armed Citizen’s Rules of Engagement.

Thanks to LuckyGunner and Remington for their sponsorship. And a special thanks to Firearms Policy Coalition for their support.

Look for the show notes HERE!

GunBlog VarietyCast Radio Episode 168 – The “I Can’t Think of a Good Title” Episode

EP168 GunBlog VarietyCast Radio – The “I Can’t Think of a Good Title” Episode

Erin is back, Miguel hurts, Tiffany pops bubbles and Beth loves socks.

  • What do flashlights, tourniquets, and socks have in common? Beth answers that question as she tells us about attending a class taught by The Complete Combatant.
  • The suspect in a Halifax quadruple murder was out on bond at the time of the killings. What had he been charged with? Sean looks a little deeper
  • Barron is on assignment.
  • The past is catching up with Miguel. The bills from his past misdeeds are coming due, and it’s all because he lived by the mantra “No Pain, No Gain”.
  • The anti-gun podcast Loaded Conversations had what they billed as a “Constitutional Scholar” on episode 16 who made all sorts of untrue statements about guns, the law, and the Constitution. We asked noted gun law expert Alan Korwin to weigh in on what this 3rd Year law student had to say.
  • What can Second Amendment advocates learn from lefty liberal lifelong democrat and former NPR CEO, Ken Stern? Tiffany explains in this week’s episode of The Bridge.
  • After every emergency, good preppers evaluate what they did wrong and what needs to change so things go right next time. Erin lists the lessons learned from her dog attack.
  • To bring light to the misinformation on the 2nd Amendment Debate, a Progressive host invites a bunch of Bloomberg stooges to spout their propaganda in response to softball straw-man questions!  Weer’d brings the voice of reason they intentionally excluded in.
  • And out Plug of the Week is the Dirty John podcast.

Thanks to LuckyGunner and Remington for their sponsorship. And a special thanks to Firearms Policy Coalition for their support.

Look for the show notes HERE!