Hello and welcome to TFB Podcast Roundup 81. One of the episodes in this week’s roundup really caught my eye as it’s something I’ve messed around with quite a bit – aftermarket parts. No matter your opinion on the subject, it’s clear that the aftermarket parts scene has not only evolved and changed over the years, but with the advent of 3D printing and a much broader appeal for firearms in recent times, it’s becoming a massive wing of the growing firearms industry here in the USA. Scott Volquartsen and Chad Wittrock of Volquartsen’s No Excuse to Miss Podcast talk about this specific subject and I think if you’re going to pick just one podcast to listen to this week, it’d be this one (right after the TFB Behind The Gun Podcast). As always, sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s selection of gun podcast listening.
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TFB Podcast Roundup 81: The Evolution of Aftermarket Parts
No Excuse To Miss – 38. Evolution of Aftermarket Parts w/Scott Volquartsen
Length: 41 Minutes
In this episode of No Excuse to Miss Podcast, Scott Volquartsen and Chad Wittrock discuss the evolution of the aftermarket parts industry. Seeing the company start in this field back in the day, Scott talks about the differences of how the market used to be, how it is now, and how technology has evolved with time, allowing products to evolve as well with different versions, different variables, and different usability.
Scott also talks about how this evolution always had performance and accuracy as focal points. There is no doubt that innovation and design are valuable components of the products, but the functioning part still is the most important thing. Tune in to learn more about the history, current processes, and future projects of Volquartsen Firearms, and the perspective of growth of the aftermarket industry.
Listen to the Volquartsen No Excuse to Miss Podcast Episode 38. Evolution of Aftermarket Parts w/Scott Volquartsen on YouTube
Big Tex Ordnance Podcast: Misses Are OK- Scott Jedlinski & Hunter Freeland Modern Samurai Project
Length: 60 Minutes
Join Ike and Chris as they set down with Scot Jedlinski and Hunter Freeland of the Modern Samurai Project to talk about why misses are ok! Tons of great knowledge bombs and bad jokes in this one!
If you would like to find out more about Scott visit https://www.modernsamuraiproject.com/
Listen to the Big Tex Ordnance Podcast – Misses Are OK- Scott Jedlinski & Hunter Freeland Modern Samurai Project on YouTube
Gun Talk Media | Agitated Customer Opens Fire at the Bar | First Person Defender
Length: 15 Minutes
Sometimes you need to fight, sometimes you need to leave, and sometimes you need to fight your way out. Our Defender, Gavin, is a restaurant owner and self-defense advocate. When an easily offended patron decides to cause problems, will Gavin need to shoot his way out, think his way out…or both?
This episode of FPD is brought to you by @HecklerKochTV. Training is provided by HK Brand Ambassador Adam Winch and Gun Talk Media’s Chris Cerino.
First Person Defender® puts participants in real-life situations with unknown attackers. Watch more episodes and bonus training features at www.guntalktv.com, on Gun Talk’s Roku, Apple TV, iOS app, Android app, or find Gun Talk on YouTube, Rumble, Facebook, or Instagram.
Listen to the Gun Talk Media Podcast | Agitated Customer Opens Fire at the Bar | First Person Defender on YouTube
Reticle Up Podcast Episode 97: Luis Espindola, President of Redefine Violence
Length: 69 Minutes
Luis Espindola and I sit down to discuss how his businesses evolved from Sheep’s Clothing Company to Redefine Violence. We talk about the meaning behind the artwork we see on his clothing designs and how it all got started. Luis and I also dive into situational awareness and martial arts training and talk about the evil that unfortunately exists in our world.
Luis attended the 2023 Gundies Awards in Texas, where he met pro shooters, influencers, and companies in the firearms world. We talked a little bit about his experience there and what he learned from the event.
You can learn more and shop at redefineviolence.com
Listen to the Reticle Up Podcast Episode 97: Luis Espindola, President of Redefine Violence on YouTube
Vortex Nation Podcast #10MinuteTalk – Aaron Warbritton’s One Piece of Turkey Hunting Advice
Length: 17 Minutes
The Hunting Public’s, Aaron Warbritton, drops in digitally to download his single most important piece of turkey hunting advice. Aaron is one of the best turkey hunters in the country and is in the woods more days than he isn’t. Tune in and tag out on a tip any hunter can benefit from.
Listen to the Vortex Nation Podcast #10MinuteTalk – Aaron Warbritton’s One Piece of Turkey Hunting Advice on YouTube
TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #63: Eric and Austin with Griffin Armament
Length: 60 Minutes
Today’s Episode of the TFB Behind the Gun Podcast features Eric and Austin of Griffin Armament. Most of you will be familiar with Griffin Armament for its unique offerings within the suppressor/silencer sphere of the gun world. However, Griffin Armament has also tried its hands at making firearms as well and in today’s episode, TFB Editor-in-Chief Pete speaks with Austin and Eric about what Griffin Armament does, their current lineup of products, and what they feel their products do best within this subset of the gun industry. They also take the time to discuss some subjects like the standards and rules that good suppressor manufacturers test their products to in order to give customers the best product for the money. Please welcome Eric and Austin to the TFB Behind the Gun Podcast!
Listen to The TFB Behind the Gun Podcast #63: Eric and Austin with Griffin Armament on Spotify
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!
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