WLS Double Tap 169 – Cocaine Tomahawk

WLS Double Tap 169 – Cocaine Tomahawk

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Welcome to We Like Shooting’s Double Tap, Episode 169 Where we answer your questions, talk about new tech in the gun world, and touch base on gun industry news.

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Our cast for tonight is Shawn Herrin, Aaron Krieger, and Jermey

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Thomas L

Hoping you guys could take a few extra minutes and do a deep dive into a home protection scenario. You guys do a great job but often times I feel like you just scratch the surface of questions; generally because you do not have enough details. So I’ll try to set this up the best I can. You live in an old farm house in the middle of Suburbia. Every room of the house was an addition, so they are separated by doorways, that do not have doors. Except for the two bedrooms, which have standard hollow core interior doors. The bedrooms are located on opposite ends of the house. Any engagements would take place between the two. The kids are located in the rear of the home. Your wife and you are in the master bedroom in the front of the home. The exterior walls are 2″ oak planks, the interior walls are plaster and lath, except for the children bedroom, which is thin drywall, that won’t stop a 50# hound dog from going through it. There are standard front and rear doors, that are located close to each bedroom. —You hear a loud thud in the middle of the night, that wakes you from a sound sleep. Which of the following firearms do you keep next to the bed to grab? Assume today’s environment where you cannot purchase a different firearm or different ammo. With any option you can also grab a small handheld flashlight.

1. S&W 380 Bodyguard with either Hornady Hollowpoints or Underwood ammo 68gr Extreme Defenders. This has a 7+1 capacity. You have a spare mag but that will not be grabbed with the gun aka left in the bedroom.

2. S&W Doublestack full-frame 9mm with either blazzer 124gr FMJ or Federal Syntec 130gr PCC. This has a 15+1 capacity but is illegal in your state. You have a spare mag but that will not be grabbed with the gun aka left in the bedroom.

3. Taurus 992 9 shot double action 22 mag revolver. The ammo is Hornady hollowpoints.

4. A 9MM AR Pistol with a 8″ barrel, mounted laser sight, and mounted crimson trace flashlight. This has a fixed 10 round mag. Your choice of ammo is either blazzer 124gr FMJ or Federal Syntec 130gr PCC.

5. A 556 AR Pistol with a 10″ barrel, mounted laser sight and mounted crimson trace flashlight. This has a fixed 10 round mag. Your ammo is Federal bi-metal 62gr.

6. A Remington 870 12ga with a 20″ slug barrel and ATI folding stock. You have a selection of bird shot including 3.5″ #4, slugs, but no buckshot.

7. A New England 20ga with a long ass barrel and standard wood furniture. You have a selection of bird shot, slugs, or buckshot.

8. A Glenfield model 60 22LR with 18 round capacity and a folding stock. Your ammo is Federal Hollowpoints.

9. A Marlin 795 with a Promag 25 round mag (that is illegal in your state) with a folding stock (also illegal in your state on this rifle). You have a spare mag but that will not be grabbed with the gun aka left in the bedroom. Your ammo is Federal Hollowpoints.

And just for fun you sleep naked, well who wouldn’t sleep next to Angle naked, your ballsack is as long as Shawn’s, but you have a nipple size dick like Nick, your scrawny like Savage, but angry like Jeremy and I wouldn’t wish any of Aaron’s traits on anyone. #WLS #SSBALLSACK

Thomas L

In response to the question I just asked I forgot to include that you can assume a reasonable amount of training, experience clearing houses, and practice clearing the house.—My answer is the S&W 380 Bodyguard as it is small and easy to maneuver; with extreme defender rounds. It has the firepower and just enough capacity to get the job done. And since you’re in a state that has outlawed SCD it’s important that it’s legal and the illegal weapons are hidden away. You also have to have the wherewithal not to shoot towards the kids room, but not have to worry about shooting into the neighbors house with it. With a small handheld flashlight you can easily clear the rooms and engage targets in a manner that allows your wife to get by you and to the kids. I’m very interested in hearing yours and the cults opinions. Thanks and PS Thomas is not my real name and I’m submitting this using a VPN so they can’t track me as easily.

Jack B

The standard question for any self defense type lawyer you have on should be. How much does a motherfucker have to fuck around before I am legally allowed to let him find out? You seemed to be trying to ask that in episode 360 but couldn’t form the words.

NYS FreedomFighter

I recently heard, from a friend who just had their interview with the ATF for the FFL07, that there was a criminal conviction in NYS for someone with an AR maglock. I am very interested in the arguments that were presented in this case and the judge’s option. Have you heard anything about this? Do you know where I can find any details such as the case number and/or case study? Maybe one of your connections could help a freedom fighter out. #SSB #WLSISLIFE

Big Dub

Hey guys, im looking at picking up a bullpup whenever things go back to normal. What are your thoughts on the PS90 and the Steyr AUG, pros/cons etc. Also, is there any bullpup either in pistol or rifle caliber that you would recommend. Thanks, love the show #SSB

Scott G

Question for all the cast. Ok here is the situation: it is shot show 2021 Momma Jo is president the atf processes all stamps in 1 week or it is free and this is the year NRA accepts email and in person voting from the floor ( from all dues paying members) of shot/NRA combined super show. All of this happening has booked every hotel and air B n B . You need to be there , the only 3 rooms you can find are with Voda , Taran Butler , or Yankee Marshal where do you stay. Love the show stay awesome.

Hound Dog

Do you guys have any experience with the TR Imports TAC PRO AR-12? Any idea how it compares to the RIA VR80? #WLSISLIFE

Shylo E

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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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