Shawn Herrin | Aug 2, 2019 | 0
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Welcome to We Like Shooting’s Double Tap, Episode 91, Where we answer your questions, talk about new tech in the gun world, and touch base on gun industry news.
Our cast for tonight is Shawn Herrin, Aaron Krieger, Jeremy Pozderac, Nick Lynch
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PX4 storm compact or a RIA 9mm compact 1911
Inked up nick
Breaks and comps, I’m addicted to them but my pistol comps work lose after heavy use….. help. Secondly, does the cast run them?
What spare parts do you take to the range with you in case of a part breaking while there?
I have a 10/22 Takedown that I bought to use on camping trips and as a fun plinker. It came stock with fold down rear iron sights. I’ve been thinking about putting a scope on it. Waste of money, or will it be a fun setup? Also, recommendations on iron sight upgrades or scope options. Uses are mainly target shooting and small game hunting while camping.
Which pistol brace(s) do you recommend for an AR pistol build?
I’ve started putting together an AR pistol in 5.56. I’m not a stranger to the build process but I’ve never done a pistol and have no experience with braces. Money isn’t a factor, but I also don’t want to throw good money after bad. Also any AR pistol tips you have for me would be awesome.
Thanks in advance,
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What is your question? I’m shopping for a new scope for my AR10, I’ll be shooting in carbine matches and out to moderate distances probably not longer than 700 yards, would a SFP scope be ok to use? I’ve noticed that most prices I see for the SFP’s are cheaper than the FFP’s.
Mr golden shower
Okay so I’m thinking about building a new gun. It will be a range toy but mostly it will be used to walk around my house naked wearing nothing but a plate carrier pretending to be a badass operator. So I know I want to build a pistol. Any recommendations on length and caliber. There is a few things that I know I want to buy for it, such as a cookie cutter brake and a Transformer rail. So I have two questions about this. First what size barrel length, and handguard length do you recommend because I want the cookie cutter and the Transformer rail to be as flush as possible. Also which SB tactical brace is the best one out there right now, and where can I find the best deal. I am open to any caliber I currently own a 300 Blackout, 556, 9 mm, and a 7.62 x39. I would not mind adding a different caliber or using the same caliber AR to the collection, i just want something badass. And I don’t know if this information helps at all but I plan on buying a Rosco Barrel because I want to try to build a local rifle as much as I can. Thanks guys #wlsislife #wlsisfamily
One Punch Man
Quick-access, aka “Nightstand” safes. Electronic locks, or simplex? RFID? I’m not sure if you’ve discussed this at length before.
I have answers that I need questions. For example, if I say: Savage’s hair. You might ask: What part of WLS is never coming back? Ok, here goes.
1) An AR that shoots 7.62×39
2) Jeremy’s girlfriend
3) I’d say no more than 3 months
4) That’s a question for Ryan Cleckner
5) Don’t worry, just shoot it.
6) Low and to the left
7) A 1911 made by Glock
8) That’s disgusting and you should reconsider your life choices.
9) Yes, but it’s gonna hurt.
10) That’s a tough call, but I’d have to say the first one.
Hi guys, this question is for everyone – I’ve been shooting and tinkering with guns for about 5 years now, but am fairly new to concealed carry. I just purchased a Sig P365 for concealed carry, and will be taking my first official firearms training course later this year. What are some training drills or material you’d recommend I could do/look into to both break in my new handgun as well as get comfortable with carrying (i.e. drawing, holstering, unholstering, etc.) when not at the range? I hope this is better than the caliber of the other questions you usually answer, thanks in advance and keep up the great content!
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