More shenanigans from the Brotherhood of the Spiral Tube. This week, we’ve fondled and shot the new Sig P320 X-Five. A full review of the X-Five is forth coming. We also got into discussions of the different variations of “THAT GUY” we’ve all met on the range and elsewhere. That and more on this week’s episode of GOTR.
This week, we’ve got a little more discussion about Springfield Armory’s situation in Illinois. We also had the chance to fondle and shoot Beretta’s new APX pistol. In other news, Steyr is suing Sig over the modular nature of the P320 alleging a patent violation…Seems Steyr wants a piece of the US Government pie Sig has earned for itself. And finally, it has been a busy week for armed Texans defending themselves and others. All of that and more of our usual shenanigans on this week’s podcast.
Yes, we were MIA again for a couple weeks but, the boys are back together again this week. Two weeks ago, Jason and Jeff were off frolicking in the Hill Country at Mazunga Ranch with friend of the show and Comp-Tact founder, Gregg Garrett. They regale us with their miss-adventures this week. All three of us also got some trigger time with FN’s new 509 service pistol and share our thoughts. And Jeff, well, Jeff has a rant about Springfield-Armory apparently being turncoats in Illinois.
Without further delay, the latest podcast is up!
Three podcasts in four weeks. We might finally be getting into a groove again. Unfortunately there are some audio quality issues that we’re working on. But, we think the iTunes issues might finally be fixed. You might need to resubscribe from the iTunes store as it seems the folks who run the iTunes store removed us. Hence, a bunch of you weren’t getting updates or able to see new podcasts.
You’ll find the latest podcast here —>https://gunsovertexasradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/GOTR20170409.mp3
The new iTunes URL for our podcast is https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/guns-over-texas-radio/id1223789102
Shockingly, we managed another podcast in less than a month. I’ll apologize now for the technical issues we seem to be having with iTunes. I am admittedly not a big “mac” or iTunes user but, the problem seems to center around the issuance of a new SSL cert for the site. I’ll get it figured it out as soon as possible.
Anyway, this week get into two dissimilar defensive shootings. One, as good as it can be. A textbook example of doing it right. The son of a homeowner defends himself, makes a perfect 911 call, and goes no further than necessary and the law allows. The other, well, it’s a “fuster-cluck.” Just about everything that could be done wrong is wrong and it ends with the “hero” in jail.