Kris and Patrick talk in depth about the media's role in the violence that played out in Charlottesville, VA.
There's no room for racism in America, but the media hopes you don't know that.
And a new segment for the show this week: Voda of the Week. We introduce you to Voda and why from now on we will find stupid people doing stupid things and make them the Voda of the Week!
Kris and Patrick discuss the fiasco that is the SIG P320 recall, and why SIG's public statements don't make a lot of sense. Did you know a Connecticut Police Officer is suing SIG because his P320 fired after hitting the ground in January? It hit him in the leg, and he's had to have multiple surgeries and physical therapy over the last several months. Kris also runs down the laundry list of problems that have been cited in a lawsuit against SIG.
Plus - what's the easy way to win the caliber debate? Kris helps you out with a simple answer to anyone who says a specific caliber is not good enough to carry for protection.
We had the pleasure of sitting down with Larry Vickers and discussing his legendary career. Mr. Vickers is a retired US Army 1st SFOD- Delta combat veteran, combat marksmanship instructor and industry consultant. He has been directly or indirectly involved in the some of the most significant special operations missions of the last quarter century. He helped train special operations personnel that later captured Saddam Hussein and eliminated his sons Uday and Qusay Hussein. In addition, he was directly involved in the design and development of the HK416 for Tier One SOF use, which was used by Naval Special Warfare personnel to kill Osama Bin Laden.
This week we dive into the District Court of Appeals in DC striking down the District's constant fight against guns.
President Trump has reinstated the ban on transgender people serving in the military. Is it okay to ignore mental health issues if the person is willing to join the military?
Do you know how to find the right knife for the right job? Our friend Will joins us this week to tell you exactly how to do just that. Felt Recoil #35 is All About Knives.
Kris paid a visit to the FN Pro Shop in Columbia, SC today, and Patrick got a punch in the stomach from watching Live PD on A&E.
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Our buddy Chris Clark, an Army veteran who served in Kuwait, joins us to discuss his time in the military and how CNN is a crazy, angry and fascist organization.
This week's charity of choice: greenvillewarfund.com
Some strange news about Dylan Roof that we are pretty sure is fake.
SCOTUS allows Trump's travel ban http://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/2017/06/26/in-victory-for-trump-u-s-supreme-court-revives-trump-travel-ban.html
Republicans ask Ginsburg to step aside http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/republican-lawmakers-want-ruth-bader-ginsburg-to-recuse-herself-from-trump-cases/article/2627090
World's longest kill shot is now more than two miles long http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4628224/Canadian-sniper-kills-ISIS-fighter-TWO-MILES-away.html
The Huffington Post hates white people.
Seth Rich's family makes us say, Hmmmmmm....
Seattle tries to tax guns and fails.
And H.Goose owes Kris' four year old a watch.
And much more.
This week we record on the same day that a mad man with a rifle tried to kill Republican lawmakers on a baseball field in Alexandria, VA. Representative Steve Scalise remains in the hospital in critical condition. The gunman, thankfully, is dead. He was shot and killed by Capitol Police officers on the scene as the shooting started.
Kris had an old man moment, and he shares that, plus Patrick has the story of how the Hearing Protection Act introduced by South Carolina Congressman Jeff Duncan may make it out alive after all.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan is an idiot, and he proves it in real time this week. A London man is being called the Lion of the London Bridge, and the story of how he got that name is incredible and must be heard to be believed.
Who knows the details of the Paris attack? It was news to us.
Guns continue to save lives here in the United States.
This week we cover the Kath Griffin idiocy, Constitutional Carry and the corruption of politicians at all levels.
Why is Katy Perry lecturing us on how to stop terrorism when Katy Perry cashes checks from countries that execute homosexuals? Probably because she's a moron.
Also - We get hands on with the SIG SAUER X FIVE.
A great episode where we cover Trump, Clinton, Russia, why no politician should ever be trusted, new suppressor laws in Tennessee and why a story about rape in the UK and dropped rape charges in Maryland are related and troubling.
Kris gives a thorough rundown of the history of the modern Democratic Party and talks about why the idea of modern Democrats being the party of Civil Rights is an easily dismissed myth.
North Korea threatens the US with an EMP, Big Black passes away, and the guys discuss new gear from FN, Taurus and more.
Springfield Armory is having a tough week, we visit the NRA Show in Atlanta and Kris goes crazy over girls with guns (not what you think).
Make sure you find Felt Recoil Show on YouTube to see us get hands on with all of the latest and greatest from the gun world.
We spent the day at the NRA Annual Meetings in Atlanta, GA, and we got our hands on some cool, new stuff. Here's our initial impressions of the FN 509, the Springfield XDE, the CZ P-10, the Hudson H9 and the Beretta APX.
This week's charity is Team-5.org. Taking medicine and life-saving training to the people who need it most.
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Kris is overly excited for Felt Recoil's trip to Atlanta this weekend for the NRA Annual Meetings. As a whole, we are excited to be able to get you up close and personal with new product as well as the people who make it. If you have something specific you would like us to find, email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get a video and some photos up for you ASAP.
This week we cover the NRAAM, Kris' Gripes about life and whether or nor ANTIFA will have the balls to show up in Atlanta and take a bunch of well-trained Americans on face to face.
This week we discuss the Cleveland Facebook Killer, Facebook's obligation to make sure that future killings are NOT broadcast, the government's inability to enforce the law, FN's new gun and a bit more.
Rev is a writer, pastor and gun enthusiast whose work can be found at AmmoLand.com and many other industry sites. He's cool enough to have been re-Tweeted by Brownell's and have his work featured on cool kid websites like SOFREP. Get to know him and hear his answers to One Question Five Times in this week's episode.
Active Self Protection is a massive online community hosted by John Correia who teaches self-defense techniques ranging from verbal judo to hand to hand combat. Find him on YouTube and Facebook at Active Self Protection and learn how to refine your Attitude, Skills and Plan so you make it out alive should the worst scenario play out. John joins us for an in-depth conversation covering everything from using deadly force to defend yourself to how he suggests you cook your next steak.
This week we talk about a WAR SPORT employee who may have quit his/her job in epic fashion. We also talk about an explosive revelation courtesy of 60 Minutes that says the FBI was not only aware of an ISIS attack on America soil, but was there when it happened and did nothing to stop it. All of this and more on this episode of the Felt Recoil Podcast.
A terrorist attack rocked London and the world today as a jihadist plowed his SUV through a crowd of people before stabbing and killing a police officer outside of the UK's Houses of Parliament. We discuss the attack and how the world must respond if it hopes to prevent them in the future.
we also talk about trolling our local baseball team on Twitter, why radio stations celebrate beating up on women and much more. Enjoy!
This show covers everything from typical gun store shoppers to the trouble with Islam. Hang on because this one gets deep very fast. Enjoy!