We discuss unique storage solutions for your guns and ammo. The over-prepared self defense mindset. Negligent discharge stories. Welcome to Gun Guy Radio! the podcast that shines a positive light on the firearms lifestyle. I’m Jake from Bargain Shoot.com and this is Zack from American Gun Works.com and the director of marketing at Lone Wolf Distributors. This is your weekly dose of positive firearms talk, without the politics.
Week in Review:
- Jake - Rebuilding top of 5.7L Vortec on wifes Suburban 30+ hours into it. Almost done...
- Zack - Built AR lower in 29 minutes, still waiting for upper to arrive.
- Hank - Bought some PMAGS this week. Hoping to try and dye them in the next few once I figure out what design I want on them. Also got a new rifle bag from Cabela's that I really like so far. Also picked up a GoPro Hero 2...
Making shooting more fun:
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Rim-Fire Round-up: Henry U.S. Survival Rifle $203
Main Topic: Gun Storage Solutions: We’ll talk about gun safes, vehicle storage, hidden safes, bug-out gun storage. Gun Safes:
- Stack-On IWC-55 Full-Length In-Wall Cabinet $87
- Stack-On IWC-22 In-Wall Cabinet $45
- Del Monte Can Safe $11.00
- Locking Booksafe $20.50
- Wolverine Holsters Under - the - Desk Holster $18
- Quick Draw Gun Magnet $15
- GunVault NV300 NanoVault with Combination Lock $26.00
- The Club LB200 Personal Vault $38
- Bulldog Car Safe $35.50
- DeSantis Kingston Car Seat Holster $45
- Pro-tech's concealed Seat Buddy $18
- Mounting holster to under dashboard
Bug-out Gun Storage/Solutions:
Blog post of the week: Calm Down Timmy! Live life with Joy and be prepared at the same time.
BargainShoot deal: Glock Magazines at Natchez Shooters Supplies
Glock Corner: G19 compact Timberwolf frames prototypes came in.
Weekly Giveaway: This week's winner is Buddhakiss. Won - I, Sniper by Stephen Hunter TONS OF FEEDBACK THIS WEEK 4 reviews
Hi Guys, I'm PGHMTB - Pittsburgh Mountain Biker, my other hobby, which is great exercise. Thanks for picking me, I am looking forward to the books. And now for recent ND event, it wasn't mine. I shoot in a bullseye pistol league Monday nights. I do it for practice and for fun more than serious competition. For more info on bullseye - http://www.nrahq.org/education/training/marksmanship/qualbook.pdf#page=10Bullseye isn't as exciting as IDPA or USPSA but, since I've been doing it I have become a better shot. It's all about sight alignment and trigger control. It's helped me with handgun hunting and action shooting. We shoot a round of 22 rimfire and then a round of center fire. I use a Ruger 22/45 with a volquartsen trigger kit and a Ruger GP100 6 inch revolver with a spring kit. I shoot with iron sights. Most of the serious guys use High Standard or older Ruger pistols, like the Mark 1 and 2, and custom 1911's for the centerfire portion, both with very expensive red dot optics. There are a few other revolver shooters as well. Last night there was an ND with injury. The custom guns typically have very light triggers, about 2 lbs and very little trigger movement. It is not that uncommon for an ND. They usually happen in anticipation for the rapid fire target to turn. Someone will be on target and put just a little too much pressure on the trigger. Last night we had just finished the last string of the rapid fire rimfire, everyone was down, open, and indicated, except for one guy trying to clear a jam. There was a bang! A new to bullseye but, long time shooter and club member was having trouble with his High Standard all night. He has just had some work done on it and it kept jamming on him. I didn't actually see what happened but, he said he was trying to clear a jam and bumped the trigger. I believe the slide was stuck and he gripped the barrel for more leverage. The lower segment of his right trigger finger was in front of the muzzle at the time. I don't think he even knew knows exactly what happened. He was using high velocity rounds because the standard velocity round would not cycle the slide. It looked like the bullet missed the bone. There was a small entrance and exit wound, not to mention significant powder burns. Luckily the pistol was pointed down range at the time and after passing through his finger the bullet went through the front panel of his pistol box and down range. Everyone reacted quickly and calmly. Even the shooter was very calm. We elevated his hand and applied pressure. He was transported to the local hospital a few miles away. It could have been a lot worse. I'm very thankful that the injury seemed minor and nobody else was hurt. Obviously he violated at least two safety rules. This was the first injury due to a ND that I have witnessed in all my years of shooting. I hope that's the last one I see. Jeff W. What is the law about selling a gun with a lower that I machine and has no serial number? Can it be sold to someone else? Wrap-up