Welcome to TFB Podcast Roundup 71. As we slide into the Christmas weekend a lot of you are probably still hustling to get last-minute shopping done, prepare to receive friends and family at the house, or maybe travel out of town to someplace less frigid. No matter what you’re doing, you probably have two free ears to listen to a podcast or two, and this week I’ve brought you all a handful of podcasts covering a variety of different subjects. If you’re bored driving or getting some last-minute shopping done before Christmas kicks off, these should help get you through the day. As always, if you guys have any great podcast suggestions, feel free to drop them in the comments below. Merry Christmas everyone!
Previous TFB Podcast Roundups:
- TFB Podcast Roundup 70: Lever Actions, & Bizarro Single-Action Calibers
- TFB Podcast Roundup 69: Silencer Central, Sootch00, and Steve Lee
- TFB Podcast Roundup 68: AI Gun Detection & Home Defense Guns
TFB Podcast Roundup 71: Are PCCs Useful? And Other Gun Curiosities
Gun Talk Radio listener Rob has a valid question for Tom: “Are pistol-caliber carbines useful?” Tom has a great take on the PCC guns of today. Should you consider purchasing one for home defense? Tune in to Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk live on Sundays from 2pm to 5pm Eastern – Find your station at guntalk.com/gun-talk-radio, or catch the podcasts anytime at guntalk.libsysn.com. For more videos like this one, subscribe to Gun Talk at www.guntalktv.com, on Gun Talk’s Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Android TV, iOS app, Android app, Chromecast, or find Gun Talk on YouTube, Facebook, or Instagram.
This is an excerpt from the full episode of the podcast between Lex and Ed Calderon. The full episode is about 4 hours long but in this 20-minute segment, Ed Calderon goes through some of the more nitty-gritty details regarding the hardware that Mexican Cartels field.
Ed Calderon is a security specialist who worked on counter-narcotics and organized crime investigation in Mexico.
On this episode of The Big Tex Ordnance Podcast Ike and Chris travel to San Antonio to chat with Mike & Kyle about how SOLGW came about and became the company we know today. This interview was conducted on site at what Sons affectionally call “The Green Dragon Tavern South”. Mike gets in depth on technical aspects of part section, quality control, and the ATF. Please leave us a comment or head over to the Facebook group to let us know what you think of this episode! If you want to listen to the podcast version hit this link! https://bigtexordnancepodcast.buzzspr… Want to listen on your Apple device? https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast… Maybe Spotify is your jam https://open.spotify.com/show/5qa7mkx… You can even tell Alexa to “Play the Big Tex Ordnance Podcast” For more information visit the SOLGW website or visit Big Tex Ordnance.
Lt. Col. Slade has held command positions in the Army and the Air Force and received the Distinguished Flying Cross, Bronze Star, and fourteen combat air medals. He attended Utah State, where he earned a BA and was commissioned as an Army Aviation second lieutenant. He’s also earned an MA in aviation instruction. Brian currently serves as a lieutenant colonel for Air Force Combat Search and Rescue. He is the author of “Cleared Hot,” Lessons Learned about Life, Love, and Leadership While Flying the Apache Gunship in Afghanistan, which is now available.
THE HONEY BADGER er THE CREATOR OF THE HONEY BADGER KEVIN BRITTINGHAM IS HERE AND ALL HE DOES IS BALL. Also, I think we may be poor, or at least Kevin makes us feel that way. BUT DOES HE HAVE DRAGONS TO GO WITH HIS CASTLE?
On today’s episode of the TFB Behind The Gun Podcast, we’ve reached out to David H from the Safariland Group to talk about their product lineup, company history, and some of their upcoming products that will be released around SHOT Show 2023. The Safariland Group is probably most well known for its Duty Holsters featuring the ever-popular ALS (Automatic Locking System). The Safariland Group as a whole also has several other very popular firearms products brands including Break Free, Bianchi, Med-Eng, Hardwire Armor, and Hatch Gloves. On today’s episode, Dave and I take a deep dive into the development history of Safariland’s duty-rated holsters, their expansion into EDC holsters, as well as a thorough explanation of what their retention levels mean and how that system came to be established. Please welcome Dave from Safariland to the show!
That’s all we’ve got this week for the TFB Podcast Roundup. Please let us know if you enjoyed any of these episodes or if you have your own gun-related podcasts that you like to listen to! Thanks as always for stopping by to read and listen right here on The Firearm Blog, we’ll see you next week!