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WLS Double Tap 138 – It is liquid

WLS Double Tap 138 – It is liquid


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Welcome to We Like Shooting’s Double Tap, Episode 138, 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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Nick T

In search of a compact sa/da. Looking at a p229 legion. No polymer please.

Sydney L

I have been slowly building a 300blk “pistol”. its also something of a franken build. trying to do it on the cheap with spear parts or whatever I can find for cheap or free. I have a spikes tactical snowflake lower with an SBA3 brace. but what I’m in need of is a good barrel. I have a faxon pencil weight on my 3gun rifle and a faxon in my P80 build. I’m happy with them both. I’m leaning to a faxon for the 300. but I cant seem to settle on a length. I see they have 7.5″, 9″, and 10.5″. what do you recommend? you know far more about the ballistics of the round. I plan to use it as a range toy/maybe bambi or dingo hunting.

Concerned Commuter

Great Cult Leaders, I seek advice. I recently accepted a new position in downtown Rochester, NY. Like most employers here firearms are prohibited on the premises. Parking, however, is in a public parking garage. My commute takes me through several good and bad neighborhoods, of which I have had cause to ready my firearm in the past. I realize leaving a firearm in my vehicle is not ideal and poses its own challenges. For well thought out reasons, I currently carry a S&W 380 Body guard. I also have a few other firearms that are higher on my desire list than a new EDC pistol, along with gear and training that go with it. I drive a small car. How do you recommend I travel with my firearm that is both readily available for defense in a vehicle and safely stored away? Please keep in mind it only takes forgetting to stow it away once to cause a problem; so I am hoping for a solution that resolves both being readily available and safely stored.

Frank J

O great and glorious leaders and Aaron, I’m looking to get my fiancée her carry concealed gun. She’s dead set on wanting a revolver and I’m not sure what to get her, what recommendations can you guys make and advice for carrying a revolver? Also I would like to gain more knowledge on things such as red dots and lpvo’s, is there a certain set of videos or books that you guys would recommend? Thanks for keeping me from going postal on my mail route! All hail the cult!

Tony D

I see a lot of people running suppressed ARs with the suppressor tucked under the handguard. Is there a reason to do this other than esthetics? Are there disadvantages to this setup?

Shotgun Her

I am considering purchasing an RIA VR80. I am going to pair it with a carlsons brake choke system. I am also considering a GL-Shock stock for it. What are your opinions on that combination? And before Jeremy goes off on me being a recoil wussy like Zane, that’s not it. I’m just looking to be able to expedite target reacquisition. Will the movement of the stock help or hinder that?

Nick T

On the live show can you change the background behind Nick and the other guy?

Jono R

When I meet new people and end up ranting about Guns, I’ll stop and say, “sorry, I’m one of those crazy gun guys.” I chuckle and continue talking. But I realize that’s not a great way to represent 2A advocates.

So here’s the question: what are some positive, and maybe even silly or fun names/titles we can call ourselves to help people understand that we’re not just gun folks; or people that don’t have guns but believe in the right to bear arms. We’re people that have a loaded S&W on the toilet tank, matching 1911, cowboy shooting, black powder snortin, crazy mother fuckers. But in a positive light.


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About The Author

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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