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This week, we discuss gifts for the handgunner in your life, as well as some listener emails!
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Drink Segment Let’s talk Glass! Here are some glasses that will serve your home bar right.
Pint Glass: This is your go-to beer glass, you can also use it to mix highballs
Collins Glass: A little smaller than a pint with straight sides. This will be the traditional highball
Rocks Glass: It’s like a collins glass cut in half, tho often much wider. Good for sipping spirits, or mixing lowball cocktails.
Cocktail Glass: My personal favorite, a must for any cocktail served straight up.
Snifter: This is one you don’t hear much about. It’s a bell-shaped glass with a small foot, and it’s designed to drink spirits neat. The shape of the mouth means your nose goes into the glass and it really intensifies the aromas. This is a must for those who like sipping good scotch or bourbon.
Message: Hello gentlemen,
The revolver in question is being imported by century arms and is called an Astra Police Revolver. I am unfamiliar with these guns and I am having some trouble finding information on them and hoped you could help with you vast knowledge.
I am interested in these revolvers as a sidearm for camping, hiking, and fishing here in southern Illinois. Basically, something I don't mind getting beat up, scratched, and maybe accidentally put in the mud of a fishing bank (there is a funny story behind that concern). However something that will go bang against a snake or rabid coon or possum. Any information would be helpful.
Thanks for your assistance and the wonderful show.
New comment from Hesperus Enfield on Handgun Radio 150 - Cabelas Gun Library Trip & James Bonds Handguns:
The Ruger Super RedHawk variant you are looking for is called the Toklat. A local shop has one.
Also, I carry a Steyr M9. It's a very good gun. Sorry it's not a beretta 9000
Main Topic: 2016 Handgunners Christmas Gift Guide:
(if you know what they use) reloading components
Beretta 9000….hey they’re cheap!!!
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