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Now displaying: August, 2017
Aug 31, 2017

Hands on with the new Glock 5. Flooding in Houston, and Kris takes a Haley Strategic Partners D5 handgun class and provides a full review. 

Aug 24, 2017

CNN posts an article that says all white people are probably racist and just don't know it. Kris loses his ever-loving mind. 

We also announce our Voda of the Week. This week the award goes to a rapper out of Portsmouth, VA whose lyrics will most likely be used against him in court as he now awaits trial on federal charges of drug trafficking. What an idiot. Pure Voda. 

Aug 17, 2017

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!  

Aug 10, 2017

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. 

 

 

Aug 3, 2017

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. 

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