WLS Double Tap 171 – Thunder Pipe

WLS Double Tap 171 – Thunder Pipe

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Welcome to We Like Shooting’s Double Tap, Episode 171 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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NYS FreedomFighter

I would like to ask a question about knives but please bear with me as it will relate to 2A and shooting. I’ve heard the names of several knife companies thrown around on 2A podcasts but I realized the other day I never hear about Buck Knives. The other day I re-upped my sponsorship of the Sportsmans Alliance and I received a new Buck Knife in the mail. I haven’t gotten a new Buck Knife in years as my old 110 has held up fine for several decades. But I realized that while every hunter has their throw away pocket knife, when they are in the field and need a knife that counts, everyone I know pulls out their Buck knife. Buck has always been there for the Hunting Community and as much as many people don’t like to admit it Conservation and 2A are integrally linked. Everyone thinks we are just fighting for gun rights but really it is a war on two fronts against a huge number of enemies. Am I missing something or why is it I never hear about Buck on the 2A side? They produce a quality product and have done so much to support conservation over the decades that I don’t understand how none of it has made it’s way to the 2A side of the fight. #WLSISLIFE

Jono  R

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Kenneth M

Looking to upgrade my medical gear. Wanted recommendations for each of these categories.

#1 best home first aid kid

#2 best vehicle/gun range first aid kit

#3 best daily commute first aid kit.(I carry a small backpack to work each day)

#4 best hiking first aid kit (light weight and small but essentials)

Thanks for the entertainment. #wlsislife #ssb

Luis S

Let me start by saying thank you for all the info along with the laughs.

My question is; do you guys have any recommendations for drop leg holster for FNX 45 tactical?

Also maybe you guys can put in a word in for “us the poors” with all the awesome sponsors and companies y’all promote. Let me explain: for example Hackett has an option to buy through sezzle and let’s you pay in four installments.

It would be awesome to be able to afford all the wicked products you guys put out there like Rubber Dummies but at least for me it’s kinda hard to put a dent of almost $300 on my finances at once. At least options like this one makes it a little easier to explain to the wife lol

In advance thank you.

#wearenotallrichlikejeremy #closetleftieaaron #lovewls

NYS FreedomFighter

How many of you have turned to the black market I mean Armslist.com for ammo to sell in your store? I mean not that I would ever sell a case of ammo to someone only to buy half of it back on from them on Armslist the next day and sell it again for more.

Matthew Z

In 167 y’all were going on about the collective dislike for lasers. How is it that you plan to shoot under nods? Yes, eotechs have a night vision illumination setting, but getting a cheek weld with an extra several inches of nvg tube sticking off of your face is incredibly cumbersome. Granted, with an rmr on a pistol it is actually a great way to shoot, but it is not something I would want to have to do with a rifle. I do a decent amount of hog hunting and have had to resort to an eotech with nods on once or twice, so I speak from experience. That being said visible lasers are only good for sighting in a slaved IR laser. I was just curious as to what the reason for the laser hate was or if you just mean visible lasers and I didn’t get the context.

Matt

Matt L

Hey guys,

After hearing you talk about Polymer 80 it made me think about all the Glock clones that are made. If you were looking for a factory built non-Glock glock pistol, what would you choose? Money not a issue

-Shadow Systems

-Faxon FX19

-ZEV OZ9

-P80

-POF

-Or something else

Thanks guys, love the show and keep up the good work

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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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