Kris found out he's fat. Patrick already knew.
Plus, we talk about ripping families apart due to lax immigration policy and much more.
President Trump is officially nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in the same week that Jack, the CEO of Twitter, tried to ruin Pride Month by eating a chicken sandwich. And they say Trump is the bigot...
Intuit steps in a pile with the gun community and New Jersey's governor signs the most restrictive gun legislation in American history.
Lots of talk this week about the division in the gun community and how leftists can get away with murder and keep their jobs because they serve an agenda.
This is a fun episode. Hope you enjoy it!
Kris reads part two of the Newsweek article on Operation Anaconda and the Battle of Takur Ghar. Read the story as published by Newsweek here: http://www.newsweek.com/2018/05/18/navy-seals-seal-team-6-left-behind-die-operation-anaconda-slabinski-chapman-912343.html
A fully produced episode reading the story of the Battle of Takur Ghar and Operation Anaconda based on the Newsweek article found here: http://www.newsweek.com/navy-seals-seal-team-6-left-behind-die-operation-anaconda-slabinski-chapman-912343
The Boy Scouts are dead. Trump may get a Nobel Peace Prize and discrimination is adjudicated as an okay and legal tactic of the left.
A pragmatic discussion about the relationship between the NRA and Yeti happens just before Kris loses his mind on the "royal welfare recipients" that rule UK. And Bernie Sanders becomes the first person to be named Voda of the Week more than once.
Kris talks about his medical nightmare, a Southwest pilot lands a plane after the engine explodes, and Starbucks has two guys arrested for not buying coffee.
Kris explains why those upset with Facebook are no different than the guy who flushes the urinal with his elbow and thinks that means the germs do not exist.
We also talk about a crime spree that is happening in our local jail...at the hands of the officers running it and much much more.
Roseanne dresses like Hitler, Kris' son gets bullied, a leftist vegan tried to kill people at YouTube because she wasn't making enough money from her YouTube channel, and a town in Illinois is banning semi-automatic firearms and Kris argues that their police force has a moral obligation to resign.
If the kids end up in charge, we will all end up as slaves.
This week we talk about Wayne Lapierre being right about good guys with guns being the only thing able to stop a bad guy with a gun.
Our Voda of the Week is worth sticking around for, plus we have FREE food for you from Hello Fresh. Be the first to follow the instructions in this week's show to win.
Kids in America walked out of school this week to protest "gun violence", and Kris and Patrick are amused by their ignorance.
Distracted driving deaths in 2015: 3,477.
Students killed in school shootings between 2012 - 2018: 138
Kids are emotional. They are not policy experts.
More on the show.
This week Kris flies solo and covers a few stories you should know that are happening around the country this week.
ISIS tries to attack a school in Utah, a woman hoping to get elected to Congress commits a felony live on Facebook while saying America's laws aren't tough enough and a good bit more.
This week we talk about Dick's Sporting Goods lying about AR15 rifles, the incompetence of the Broward County Sheriff's office, the Coral Springs officer who ran into the school in shorts and a t-shirt to stop the shooter and much more.
This is a lively one. Enjoy!
Kris lays out his theory on how the gun community should handle the current gun-grab climate. Guns are the tools that keep the peace. Without them, evil will thrive.
We also got a chance to shoot the Hudson H9, and Kris sold his clunker car and got a funny story out of it to share with you.
We got hands on with the SIG Sauer 365 and the Hudson H9 this week. The 365 is super impressive while the H9 is pure Heaven.
Why do you scan when you shoot? Kris has a great exercise to make share for making sure you are making the most of your reps on the range.
We also break down the new Obama portraits and explain why Robert De Niro is our Voda of the Week.
This week got out of hand real fast. It was ridiculous. Point being: we ran out of time to lay down some fresh, dope tracks, and so we thought it would be fun to re-visit our conversation with the one and only Mr. Larry Vickers. Known for his vast breadth of knowledge of firearms as well as his continual contributions to innovations within the world of firearms engineering and design, Larry Vickers in quite simply the man. Enjoy!
SIG Sauer is in some serious trouble following what appears to be a massive failure named the P320. Patrick shares more about his time in Vegas for SHOT Show, and Kris complains about being told his kids are not welcome to attend a family member's wedding.
It's a good time.
Kris gives a rundown on cool things he's seen coming out of SHOT, and Patrick calls in and shares his initial impression of SHOT Show 2018.
NBC and Lester Holt are our VODA of the week for being played by North Korea.
Patrick is preparing for SHOT Show in Vegas so Kris and his five year old son Beck host the program this week. A very short show to match Kris' attention span.
This week we talk about the National College Football Championship proving ALL sports fanatics wrong, the latest adventure in Hollywood's quest to look smarter than you and how the gun community would be smart to be more welcoming to the outsiders and less mean to each other.
This week we talk about how funny it is that the same people treat every new year as a new opportunity to start over. At some point, you must admit that you're the problem.
Glock and Springfield both announced new pistols this week, and we cover both as well as President Trump talking tough on North Korea and Pakistan.
Just kidding. We love George. But we do make fun of him being so mature. He's too young for that.
Kris takes time to clarify his position on Yaeger and ViralHerd and gives a sermon to the gun community.
Our Voda of the Week is so unbelievable that if you believe it, you're our Voda of the Week.
The talk of the town this week has been a movement to "Unban" James Yeager from YouTube. Kris explains his thoughts on why gun channels on YouTube cannot demand support for Yeager while still publishing content to YouTube. Will they respect their principle over their profit, or continue to cash checks from YouTube while complaining about how evil and anti-free speech it is?