Welcome to TFB Podcast Roundup 91! It’s refreshing to see the online gun community getting back to actual discussions on niche firearm topics rather than constantly worrying about the latest drama taking place within the firearms industry. I know a couple of weeks back, one such story became so big that we even covered it here twice on TFB, several podcasts have even talked about it since then. Personally, I find podcasts to be an invaluable source of entertainment, especially during long drives or flights. They provide the perfect backdrop for my travels and allow me to stay up to date with the rest of the firearms industry that I might not interact with as much. Hopefully this week you can find something that interests you and learn something, or catch up on general firearms news yourself. As always, sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s selection of gun podcasts!
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Reticle Up Podcast | Episode 101: Chris Long, Content and Communications Manager, Walther Arms
Length: 61 Minutes
Chris is one of the marketing managers at Walther Arms and is in charge of posting on social media, creating content, teaming up with positive online influencers, and working with the Walther shooting team. Chris is also a shooter and trains often with his carry gun. We talk about the tools he uses to film content, how he trains with his firearm, and more!
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Listen to the Reticle Up Podcast | Episode 101: Chris Long, Content and Communications Manager, Walther Arms on YouTube
Vortex Nation | Ep. 290 | Cartridge Talks – 6.5 Creedmoor vs .308 Winchester. Which is better?
Length: 67 Minutes
In the inaugural episode of Cartridge Talks, (a brand-new Vortex Nation™ YouTube series exploring life’s greatest cartridge-related questions) Mark Boardman and Ryan Muckenhirn fired multiple projectiles into ballistics gel comparing the 6.5 Creedmoor against the .308. The goal – to determine a “Winner”. Now, it’s time to grab the forceps and further dissect the results. The guys hit the podcast studio to dive deeper into the nuances of their findings. Is there a compelling winner in this battle of “The old bull versus the young calf?” Watch/listen to find out!
Listen to Vortex Nation | Ep. 290 | Cartridge Talks – 6.5 Creedmoor vs .308 Winchester. Which is better?
White House Throws a Tantrum Over Pistol Brace Rule
Length: 8 Minutes
House Joint Jesolution 44 is a bill moving its way through the House of Representatives to be voted on soon. This is exceptionally important and in this video I will explain why it is needed and why you have to do something about it. ALL LINKS, Join the Email List, and get discounts from the affiliates page:Armed and Nerded Podcast:
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Gun Cranks | Gifting Guns: Don’t Be Cheap!
Length: 28 Minutes
Guys can be pretty persnickety about gifts. Whether it’s for Father’s Day, a birthday or whatever other gift-giving occasion, skip the socks and ties and opt for one of these suggestions from the Gun Cranks instead. Tune in for Brent, Tom and Roy’s picks for the best guns, gear and accessories to gift. Is there something you’d add to the list? What would you love to receive? Let us know in the comments. For more on what to consider when gifting a firearm, including the legalities, check out this helpful article from the National Shooting Sports Foundation:
Listen to Gun Cranks | Gifting Guns: Don’t Be Cheap! on YouTube
TFB Behind The Gun Podcast #74: What is NAAGA?
Length: 55 Minutes
On today’s episode of TFB’s Behind The Gun Podcast our host Luke C speaks with Myloreal Anderson, Shanea Daniels, Akiethia Bost, and Jaron Smith of the National African American Gun Association about what they do for the African American Gun-toting community, as well as pretty much anyone else who wants to get good training that could help save the lives of themselves, or their fellow Americans. NAAGA has over 100 chapters across the nation and over 46,000 active members that are spread about all 50 states. Along with that NAAGA certifies its own firearms instructors and puts out a consistent set of curriculum that is rapidly expanding beyond basic pistol courses, and will soon include more advanced classes for those seeking it. NAAGA was officially started and launched on February 28, 2015, in honor of Black History Month. The founder and President of the National African American Gun Association is Philip Smith, a graduate of the University of California at Davis. He is an African American gun enthusiast and community organizer. He founded and started NAAGA with the primary goal to expose, educate, and motivate as many African American men and women to go out and purchase a firearm for self-defense and to take training on proper gun use. Our guests today form the two primary wings of operation of NAAGA with Shanea managing and organizing NAAGA’s nationwide chapters, and Myloreal, Akethia, and Jaron organizing NAAG’s network of qualified instructors which directly support and train its members.
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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