WLS 017 – NUMA NUMA

WLS 017 – NUMA NUMA

episode-tileThis week we’ll talk about Hiperfire triggers, scopes, sights, laser ammo, handloading, $25 shotguns, Numa Optics, Leupold and more.

Links to our guests and panelists:

Our panel tonight

Tonight I will tell one lie per introduction.  See if you can tell what it is.

  • Savage1r – Savage is a YouTuber who makes videos about shooting, philosophy, and do it yourself projects, can lift twice his bodyweight which is about 40lbs, Savage is very small
  • Lil Chantilly – Lil is Active Duty Navy, womens shooting advocate, long range shooter and gun blogger, at Heelsandhandguns.com, and does all of Vin Diesel’s Stunts
  • Aaron – Law enforcement marketing specialist, and media contact for WLS. Has done the big steak challenge and eaten the 72oz steak twice.. in one sitting
  • Jeremy – Former Marine, instructor, owner of River’s Edge Tactical in Ohio, believes being a real man means it is okay to sometimes paint his toenails, only green though.. he was afterall a marine
  • Nick – Nick spends his day making high dollar rifles and barrels and Rocketed from his dying homeworld by his scientifically advanced mother and father seconds before its destruction, as an infant he crash-landed on Earth, where he was raised as a human by his adoptive parents until he came of age, and discovered that Earth’s environment activated his incredible powers, which he has since used as the world’s greatest protector
  • Shawn – I’m Shawn, I’m an instructor, reviewer, competitor and my medical alert bracelet says I have alzheimers…    what’s this bracelet for?

 

Our special guest this episode is:

  • Jason – Jason tries to work as little as possible and is one of the people behind easybakegunclub.com and is worth his weight in Pork

Drinking Game

  • Shawn – interesting, Actually, absolutely, fantastic, basically, nice
  • Aaron – Piece, clip or Max I swear to god!
  • Anybody – WEAPON, Hi-Point.
  • Nick – Restroom activities
  • savage1r – ya know, basically
  • Lil – Oh My Goodness! (Usually brought on by something Aaron says.)

Doing it better!

What have we done lately in guns, outdoors and gear?

  • Shawn: Lack of practice leads to bad matches.  Shooting is a perishable skill
  • Aaron: Reloading and listening to shows on the FRN
  • Lil:  This week I hit the books – lots of studying to decide if I want to change from a 115 DTAC to a 105gr Berger bullet for my 6XC.
  • Jason: Defending the Tavor as my rifle of choice

Gear Chat

This segment we talk about stuff that we have, want and need!

  • Shawn: Hiperfire Hipertouch triggers.
  • Savage1r: Aim Sports 2.5-10×40 illuminated scope, mil dot
  • Jeremy: Need sights for Jugernaut/M1A. Suggestions?
  • Aaron: Laser Ammo
  • Lil:  (What I want) To begin handloading for my precision rifles here in California (following my recent purchase of .223 Federal Gold Match ammo).  My letter to Santa included everything reloading!
  • Nick: $25 shotgun
  • Jason: Numa Optics / Leupold CQT

Going ballistic

This segment is for us to talk about aggravating things in the gun world.   Panelists, Vent away.

Industry News

News or anything else going on

State update

Now we’ll quickly go through each panelists state and with one word they will describe the current gun law/regulation atmosphere.

No colors

  • Montana: mynipplescouldcutthroughrice
  • Colorado: cold / hopeless
  • Michigan: Orange
  • Washington: Pensive
  • Ohio: Potato?
  • Idaho:
  • California: Dark
  • Arizona / Florida: Outstanding / Beachy

Whose gun?

If fictional characters were to use modern publicly available firearms, what would they use? Pick ONE or two.

This week: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.

  • He-Man/Prince Adam: Nick – 10mm Glock 20, what’s manlier than 10mm?
  • Battle Cat/Cringer – Savage1r – Caracal cp662 (13rnd) that turns into a 663 (18rnd)
  • She-Ra – Aaron – keltec PF 9, as a girl this is about all she can handle.. Plus both are pretty worthless
  • Teela – Lil:  Thompson Submachine Gun (She is a warrior princess with a rebel attitude!)
  • Man At Arms – ShawnMG industries hydra modular system.  Quickly changes to tons of other calibers.
  • Skeletor – ShawnBlack Rain Ordnance PG3 Skulls centerfire rifle
  • Ram-Man – savage1r – 1886 Winchester lever action 12 gauge from terminator
  • Orco – Aaron – BREDA 30 designed by what appears to be drunk mechanics with a learning disability and it’s flaws go beyond looking like a ramped up tin can. It’s round was underpowered, it was uncomfortable to use and it had a feed system designed by a blind, chronic masturbating tree hugger.
  • Beast Man
  • Evil-Lyn – Jason – Surgeon Rifles CSR – Perfect for wielding magical powers from a long way away.

Wrap up

Gun related link of the week

User feedback and user questions

 

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Women and Shooting Rifles

Message

Hi,

What tips or tricks do you have for women shooters that is different from a male shooter? I have been trying to help my wife with shooting her Ruger 10/22 with red dot and adjustable stock. We go and shoot steel plates once a month. She is well endowed and is always struggling to shoulder the rifle and get a good sight picture. Do you have any suggestions on what she can do differently? What other tips are there about shooting stance and shouldering I should be helping her with.

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About The Author

Shawn Herrin

As a certified NRA instructor, fervent shooter and IPSC competitor, safe, responsible, ethical and legal gun use are my passions. Whether handloading, practicing, studying or reviewing items, I am constantly focused on guns and shooting. Staunch supporter of the Bill of Rights and very proud American.

7 Comments

  1. RobertWyatt

    For whatever it’s worth Geissele is pronounced “Guys-Lee” I could be wrong on that of course, but that’s how Bill Geissele pronounces his name.

    I’m curious about why you have two separate lee pro 1000 presses. I use the loadmaster and keep the turrets for each caliber off to the side with separate powder measures. Changing from one to another only takes about 5 minutes. I suppose if you were doing rifle and pistol it would make sense as that’s a little bit more complicated. (I’m asking the question in good faith, I don’t mean to imply you are wrong)

    Right now, I’m loading 6 different calibers using that Lee press (and a single stage for one of the rifle rounds (308)) When  you do your show, I would be interested to hear why people feel the Dillon is so much better then everything else. The Lee is definitely a budget friendly press. For less then the cost of the comparable Dillon (or other presses for that matter) I was able to buy everything I need for all 6 calibers using the Lee Loadmaster.
    Don’t get me wrong, if someone handed me a Dillon, I would take it and move two counties away just to make sure they couldn’t get it back. I’m don’t understand the massive price difference between the Lee and all the rest of the reloaders.

    I’m sure you already know about this website, but just in case, Ultimate Reloader (http://ultimatereloader.com/) is a great website that has incredible videos demonstrating the use and setup of many of the popular presses on the market today. It’s definitely a must see for anyone just getting into reloading.

  2. RobertWyatt

    For whatever it’s worth Geissele is pronounced “Guys-Lee” I could be wrong on that of course, but that’s how Bill Geissele pronounces his name.

    I’m curious about why you have two separate lee pro 1000 presses. I use the loadmaster and keep the turrets for each caliber off to the side with separate powder measures. Changing from one to another only takes about 5 minutes. I suppose if you were doing rifle and pistol it would make sense as that’s a little bit more complicated. (I’m asking the question in good faith, I don’t mean to imply you are wrong)

    Right now, I’m loading 6 different calibers using that Lee press (and a single stage for one of the rifle rounds (308)) When  you do your show, I would be interested to hear why people feel the Dillon is so much better then everything else. The Lee is definitely a budget friendly press. For less then the cost of the comparable Dillon (or other presses for that matter) I was able to buy everything I need for all 6 calibers using the Lee Loadmaster.
    Don’t get me wrong, if someone handed me a Dillon, I would take it and move two counties away just to make sure they couldn’t get it back. I’m don’t understand the massive price difference between the Lee and all the rest of the reloaders.

    I’m sure you already know about this website, but just in case, Ultimate Reloader (http://ultimatereloader.com/) is a great website that has incredible videos demonstrating the use and setup of many of the popular presses on the market today. It’s definitely a must see for anyone just getting into reloading.

  3. RobertWyatt

    For whatever it’s worth Geissele is pronounced “Guys-Lee” I could be wrong on that of course, but that’s how Bill Geissele pronounces his name.

    I’m curious about why you have two separate lee pro 1000 presses. I use the loadmaster and keep the turrets for each caliber off to the side with separate powder measures. Changing from one to another only takes about 5 minutes. I suppose if you were doing rifle and pistol it would make sense as that’s a little bit more complicated. (I’m asking the question in good faith, I don’t mean to imply you are wrong)

    Right now, I’m loading 6 different calibers using that Lee press (and a single stage for one of the rifle rounds (308)) When  you do your show, I would be interested to hear why people feel the Dillon is so much better then everything else. The Lee is definitely a budget friendly press. For less then the cost of the comparable Dillon (or other presses for that matter) I was able to buy everything I need for all 6 calibers using the Lee Loadmaster.
    Don’t get me wrong, if someone handed me a Dillon, I would take it and move two counties away just to make sure they couldn’t get it back. I’m don’t understand the massive price difference between the Lee and all the rest of the reloaders.

    I’m sure you already know about this website, but just in case, Ultimate Reloader (http://ultimatereloader.com/) is a great website that has incredible videos demonstrating the use and setup of many of the popular presses on the market today. It’s definitely a must see for anyone just getting into reloading.

  4. herrinx

    RobertWyatt Hey man!

    Here is my reasoning for 2 presses.  I have the .45 set up right now.  Those of course use large pistol primers.  I don’t want to constantly be switching the primer system either.  So I ordered the 9mm press as well.  I also have the following products on the way.

    223 RGB Die Set – 90871
    Rifle Charging Die – 90194
    Double Disk Kit – 90195
    #4 Shell Plate – 90653
    Rifle Case Feeder – 90663
    3-Hole Turret – 90497

    So now I can load 223 and 9mm on the new press with minimal set up hassle and have three calibers ready to go within moments.

    I’ve grown pretty attached to my Lee’s though we started off bumpy and still argue occasionally.

    I’m curious too about Dillon’s.  I’ve never used one so maybe they are that impressive.  I don’t know.  Again, agreed, if someone gave me one I’d take it and move to a non extradition country.  Your line made me laugh.

    I actually didn’t know about that site, but I do now!  I use loaddata.com pretty extensively as well.

    Thanks for listening!
    Shawn

  5. herrinx

    RobertWyatt Oh yeah, also, like 9 people corrected me on Geissele but I’m going with yours as I will always take the way a guy says his own name as gospel.  haha!

  6. RobertWyatt

    About the double disk kit, when you use it, remember to give a little pause when the case is getting the powder so as to give it enough time to dump it all into the case. It’s not like pistol where you can just crank through quick as can be.

    Also, look into this: http://www.titanreloading.com/powder-handling-equipment/lee-adjustable-charge-bar- In a lot of circumstances it can replace the disks and give you finer adjustments which in rifle can mean a lot.

    Finally, here is a handy calculator for those of us who use the disks:

    http://home.comcast.net/~j_colt123/LeeAutoDiskCalc.htm

    Thanks again for putting out a great show. I always look forward to seeing the new ones show up in my feed.

  7. herrinx

    RobertWyatt I use the adjustable charge bar on my 45 press and will likely get another for the new setup though I have a problem where it throws ZERO powder about 2% of the time.  Makes me very very leery.  I can’t figure out what it is.

    Getting started loading rifle will be another adventure I am guessing.  I know more now than I did when I started loading 45 but I have no notions that it won’t be just as difficult to learn.

    That calculator is amazing.  As anyone who uses the disks knows, figuring out which to use is a pain.  Great link, thanks!

    The pleasure is all ours man, people listening to our show makes our jimmies rustle in a good way.

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