Welcome to TFB Podcast Roundup 42! Guns have been considered by many to be the “great equalizer”. President Ronald Regan is often quoted as saying this in reference to the 2nd Amendment and the rights of the citizens of this country. In that quote he specifically says “The gun has been called the great equalizer, meaning that a small person with a gun is equal to a large person…”. This can be taken in a number of ways but what got me thinking about it is the inherent differences between men and women as well as the large array of age groups that keep and conceal firearms on their person. While firearms can often be looked at as a “boy’s hobby,” in recent years there has been a rapidly increasing number of women taking interest in firearms and their associated sports, training classes, and best methods. So this week we’re featuring podcasts that mostly feature women in them in addition to our weekly recap of the TFB Podcast.
More Podcast Roundups @ TFB:
- TFB Podcast Roundup 41: Talking with TFB’s Vlad, and CCW Gun Choices
- TFB Podcast Roundup 40: The ATF, Primers, and Range Etiquette
- TFB Podcast Roundup 39: Talking about Bad Habits
TFB Podcast Roundup 42: Angstadt Arms, and Gun Girls
Length: 27 Minutes
Ep 82: Amy and Emily are excited to be back in Dallas in the all-new Not Your Average Guns Girls Podcast Studio after a 2-year hiatus. In this episode, Emily talks about her big move from DC to Dallas and the process of moving among the pandemic. Amy talks about her journey to motherhood, having her two babies, all while balancing it with the working lifestyle running her business. The two give a sneak peek into the plans for the show moving forward including providing the tools to help women on their journey to becoming self-reliant through a proactive mindset.
Length: 73 Minutes
Welcome to Gun Funny, Episode 243. Today I’m going to chat with Kristy Titus, discuss Florida’s Agriculture Commissioner suing the ATF, highlight the new PDP-F from Walther, and talk about the richest homeless man in the world.
I’m your host, Ava Flanell.
I’ve met Ava on a few occasions and she really is a funny woman. She’s also a very good shot and does more than just her podcast. Ava also helps run her own training service and has a pretty great YouTube channel. If you ladies out there are looking for more female shooters to follow up on, Ava is a good place to start looking.
Gun Talk Radio Hour 3: Lessons From A Woman’s First Pistol Class; The Search For A Trigger Job; Secret Of Accurate Shooting
Length: 44 Minutes
In this hour: – Attending the Sig Academy changed this woman’s outlook. – Looking for a gunsmith to do a trigger job on a revolver – The secret of shooting a handgun well Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk 05.01.22 Hour 3
I’ve never actually been to SIG Academy (the one in New Hampshire) but from what I’ve heard it’s a pretty great place and is staffed by top-notch personnel and has a pretty swanky pro shop to boot. Beyond that, this episode of Gun Talk also goes over a few other subjects in addition to the main topic so it’s a bit of a grab bag episode.
Length: 21 Minutes
Welcome to episode 276 of Self-Defense Gun Stories. We’re glad you found us if you’re well trained.. and if you’re still learning about armed defense. I’m Rob Morse and we’re joined this week by firearms instructor Heather Reeves.
Heather Reeves is an accomplished firearms instructor and a frequent guest on Lock-N-Load radio. In this episode of the Self Defense Gun Stories podcast, Heather shares with us her opinions on a number of defensive shooting situations including carjackings, home invasions, and going armed in public. If you’ve been enjoying these recaps of self-defense shooting stories like I have, then this is a must-listen.
Length: 14 Minutes
Angstadt Arms was born in an incredible time during the firearms industry as ARs and 9mm AR-style PCCs and pistols started to become extremely popular. Since then, Angstadt Arms has grown quickly and rapidly to meet consumer demand and along the way they’ve continued to innovate and provide firearms owners with quality, American Made guns with a price to match that quality. Please welcome Founder of Angstadt Arms Rich Angstadt to the show once again!
That’s it for this week folks. I hope you enjoyed some or all of these episodes or at least have something to listen to for the rest of your week’s commutes. Let us know what you find interesting about these podcasts and we’ll catch you again next week for another roundup of great firearms podcasts!