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Welcome to We Like Shooting’s Double Tap, Episode 104, Where we answer your questions, talk about new tech in the gun world, and touch base on gun industry news.
Our cast for tonight is Shawn Herrin, Aaron Krieger and Jermey
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Nunchucks vs baseball bat.
Let me start out by saying I’m a huge fan of the show and a long time listener. You guys are truely degenerates which is fantastic.
Two quick questions...
1.) where can I find quality videos on tourniquet use and other medical tutorials? Is there a YouTuber you would recommend?
2.) Is there a certain brand of tourniquet you would recommend? I’m looking for something quality I can put in a medical box and forget about until needed. I remember you released an episode on this topic. I’m too lazy to find it.
The statement “get some medical training” has very much resonated with me. I operate a large scale dairy farm with lots of heavy equipment...PTO’s, augers, manure pumps, manure seperators...the list goes on. While I’m proactive with safety measures and hopeful accidents don’t happen...I would like to be prepaired just in case.
As most patreons know, I took a vehicle counter ambush course and I fucked up, shot the door frame of the truck and got a trophy for it. I felt horrible for awhile, but it also lit a fire under me to figure out my issue.
My question is, what things have each of you fucked up on in the gun world, Training, Podcasting, etc? I think sometimes we forget. we fail at the range so we don't in real life. Thanks for the show as always, love ya white cake!
Can someone tell Jeremy’s mom to upgrade the town internet so we can actually hear what he’s saying?
Why is the AR7 US survival rifle the best rifle ever made?
I have a bit of a weird question for you all. A question that maybe only Aaron or Jeremy can answer since they live by the Great Lakes (maybe even more of a Sean Mallone question). I had a coworker ask me about carrying a firearm while out fishing on a boat in Lake Erie who has his CHL. As long as you dont cross the international border between the USA and Canada, it the any legal repercussions of carrying a firearm on the Great Lakes as long as its within the borders? Thanks guys, keep up the good work
Can horses feel punches?
if I drill a 3rd hole in my lower receiver do you think I could get away with it if I put “speed holes” all over it like a race car steering wheel
Another question(s) regarding sighting in/zeroing scopes for you guys. My .308 AR10 style rifle has a 1:10 twist barrel, I see .308 offerings all the way from 146 grain surplus up to 185 grain match ammo. What grain projectile is optimal for a 1:10 twist, how do you determine this? I've also heard tell that if you sight in a scope/rifle with one type of ammo, for repeatability you have to continue using said ammo, true or not? Lastly for 330 yards, sight in/zero at a 100 yards? Yes I know that's a rather short distance, but that's the longest i have available.
One shot zero method as Jeremy brought up recently is not something this novice wants to try either!
As always keep up the great work gents, the knowledge and humor is why i love this show.
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