Travis joins Hank and Jake to discuss all aspects of the Springfield Armory Xd and XDM line of pistols. Intro: Welcome to Gun Guy Radio! the podcast that shines a positive light on the firearms lifestyle. I’m Your host Jake and this is Zack the director of marketing at Lone Wolf Distributors. This is your weekly dose of positive firearms talk, without the politics.
Week in Review:
- Jake - Compared xd glock and m&p at the range
- Hank - Some shooting at the farm, comparison shooting of XD vs Glock vs S&W M&P
Main Topic:Springfield XD/XD(M) Pistols Travis from the Gun Dudes interview
Zack's segment Hank & Jake
Glock Corner: Stuart M. : I have seen that one can buy every part of a Glock. From frames to slides to barrels and all the internal parts. Could one purchase all the parts needed and assemble it legally, like how you can do a 80% complete lower for an AR?
Weekly Giveaway: Trey Dogg
Listener Q&A: Jeff: Hey guys love show look forward to it every week. i had question about Laser training devices. i have looked at just about everything and think i am going to go with the SIRT pistol with laserlyte reactive target. everything else looks cheesy compared to these two. if you have any experience or advice its much appreciated. i own a G19 and need more practice since i can only go shooting twice or 3 times a month. thanks Trey: Hey Guys Have you heard about this new show hosted by Iain Harison and Mike Seeklander. It just seemed neat to me. http://www.outdoorchannel.com/shows/rapidfire.aspx
John from sw iowa: a couple shows ago Zak said he cleans his guns with window cleaner. is that true or bs. btw. great show.
Ross/Nebraska Hello, Just a little note to let you know Ive been enjoying your podcast. I like the sound money policy you have and your laid back conversation. I dont mind a little politics but Im not a fan of the gun hater Romney(watch the flipflop youtube) or Obama I have one little thing I want to call you out on though. I farm in Nebraska and used to be 07/02SOT on the side. The latest podcast you mentioned the possibility of making new baffles for a suppressor. It used to be possible to do this but atf ruled about 20yrs ago that having or making baffles was the same as an unregistered silencer. Only a class 2 manufacturer can make new baffles for a suppressor. The penalty is up to $20K and 20yrs in prison. Also on an earlier podcast you were talking about sending in a pistol to have lonewolf refinish it. The only way for a nondealer to do this is via fedex or ups, it cannot be sent via usps unless it is sent BY a dealer to a dealer. If a private person is sending via ups or fedex it must be to a dealer and next day and the contents disclosed to the shipper. It must be sent from one of the dedicated shipping centers as some of the affiliated shippers will not send. I think I remember it being mentioned that a stripped glock frame could be sent by a private person thru usps. This is incorrect, the part of the firearm with the serial number on it is considered the "firearm" and a private person cannot send a handgun thru usps. A private person can send a rifle or shotgun thru usps to a dealer. These have been the only parts of your podcast that bothered me. Giving wrong info out could lead to serious consequences, so many people think that if they heard it then it is true. You are running a podcast and putting out info, please be more responsible and dont conjecture about laws that you are not sure about. Take a little time to research before you "put it out there" Form a relationship with a dealer and class 3 dealer that you can ask questions of and maybe have one on air for questions sometime. You should consider having some of the class 3 industry leaders in for interviews sometime, it would make for very interesting conversation. The class 3 world is really getting attention now with so many manufacturers making suppressor ready firearms. BTW, When I got my first can, I got a .30 cal can made for a centerfire rifle and used it from 300 magnum down to 22 rimfire. It worked great. I clean my suppressors in an ultrasonic cleaner that really cleans them good so the rimfire fouling is not a big deal. I would really encourage anybody looking for a can for a .223 to get one in .30 instead, it will be a little heavier but I dont think you would be able to tell the difference(with your ears) between a dedicated .223 can vs a .30 can on a 223. The bigger can has more volume and really does a good job on the smaller calibers. Keep up the good work
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