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Welcome to We Like Shooting’s Double Tap, Episode 122, 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, Nick Lynch and Jermey

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Brian E

Thoughts on a competition 9mm handgun looking to not spend stupid amounts of money leaning towards a CZ Shadow 2. Talk me in or out of it. Anything else around that price point I should look into? Also quickly what are your guys thoughts or experiences with the LMT MWS (SR-25 .308 pattern rifles) for PRS. Love the show Aaron sucks.

Danny W

Looking at getting a primary arms optic of some sort for my AR-15. What are your thoughts on them? Are they worth the money??

Jay A

Hey guys long time stalker first time caller…. I’m watching you A A Ron. Anyways.. I love my 9mm Carbines; currently have a New Frontier Armory and extar ep9. Love em but I am ready to step it up angstadt udp9 or cmmg mk9 or guard or whatever the f@%$ they’re called now… or if there is a smaller manufacturer out there. Really need some knowledge bombs #wlsislife

Scott S

Hey guys, I’ve got an optic question for you. Hoping you can provide some insight on choosing the correct size scope diameter. I have a vortex 4-12*50 that I use for shooting predators at night. But even with the shade on it I think it would burn my retina out on a sunny day. So how do you choose the right diameter and what diameter do you think is good for general purpose? What are the pros and cons of large and small?

Don G

I’m curious (not bi curious), where does the rest of the world stand on the AR 15 platform? Are people buying it in droves outside the US? Are they building them outside America from sites like Brownells or PSA? What’s the other 95% of the world’s position on the AR 15? Are they buying them or are they going AK or are they going some other long arm?

Matt V

I’m interested in building a polymer 80, but I live in California. I’m not interested in building a single shot pistol as I’ve heard some say is the only legal way to do it here. Can I legally build one into a full Glock in California?

K Dubbs

Quick question gentlemen. I purchased a Faxon 7.62×39 akm barrel for an ak I sent out to be rebarreled. Faxon lists the barrel as .308 bore diameter while most bulk 7.62×39 is .311 in diameter. I guess I’ll simplify the question. Shawn’s SSB is the Faxon barrel and Jeramy is the 7.62 wolf bullet. Will we have a blow-out in the first 5 minutes of the apocalypse?

Thanks again for dropping dat knowledge

A-Aron P

Instead of shoes, my wife (sheriff’s deputy) has a thing for guns and ammo, so my garage space is taken up with cases of ammo all over. What do you recommend for organizing and storing steel ammo cans? Is it bad to store them directly on concrete (condensation)? Does it make any difference as long as the seal on the ammo can is good? Each can has a pack of silica gel to keep moisture at a minimum. I’ve heard it’s a good idea to store them on a wood shelf or a pallet. Is this recommended or necessary?

It’s our apocalypse currency. Once that’s gone, it’s down to that #SSB.

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aaron krieger

Aaron has worked in advertising and marketing for more than 15 years for such companies as Ford, The Sports Authority, the NHL and many others. He has also worked as a security consultant with national security firms and General Motors Police Vehicle Division and has written several books. Aaron lives in the Metro Detroit area with his wife and three children.

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