Welcome to TFB Podcast Roundup 103! TriggrCon 2023 is in the books and all of us here at TFB are hoping that you’ve been enjoying the coverage. James and I had the great pleasure of meeting a lot of you both at the show and the various meetups held in Wichita, Kansas and we hope to see a lot of you at future shows and hopefully TriggrCon 2024. We also hope you enjoy this week’s selection of firearms-focused podcasts. Please sit back, relax, and enjoy this week’s selection of gun podcast listening in TFB Podcast Roundup 103.
Previous TFB Podcast Roundups:
TFB Podcast Roundup 103: Why You Need a 22 Pistol
They’re almost ubiquitous, but today we’re talking about the reasons why everyone should have a .22 pistol in their collection — and maybe a few other things! You Might Also Enjoy Episode #122– The Gun Is Pure Fun: The Ruger Wrangler Episode #124– Buying A Used Revolver Episode #126– To Shoot Or Not To Shoot: Safe Queens
Welcome to the Ron Spomer Outdoors Podcast! In this episode, I answer a question about powder burn rate and more.
10:47 – Do they ever use shotgun slugs in Africa?
12:50 – Does powder burn rate change recoil? Is there a difference between a case with a slow burn and a case with a fast burn?
14:02 – Could you make a recommendation on how to keep a lightweight sporter barrel cool when sighting in with a new scope?
15:46 – What are your thoughts on the .50 Beowolf?
16:54 – How do they measure the exact chamber pressure on a rifle?
18:46 – Ron, if you could only purchase ONE reloading book, what would it be and why?
20:43 – What do you think of Weatherby calibers?
Who is Ron Spomer For 44 years I’ve had the good fortune to photograph and write about my passion – the outdoor life. Wild creatures and wild places have always stirred me – from the first flushing pheasant that frightened me out of my socks in grandpa’s cornfield to the last whitetail that dismissed me with a wag of its tail. In my attempts to connect with this natural wonder, to become an integral part of our ecosystem and capture a bit of its mystery, I’ve photographed, hiked, hunted, birded, and fished across much of this planet. I’ve seen the beauty that everyone should see, survived adventures that everyone should experience. I may not have climbed the highest mountains, canoed the wildest rivers, caught the largest fish or shot the biggest bucks, but I’ve tried. Perhaps you have, too. And that’s the essential thing. Being out there, an active participant in our outdoor world.
Tonight we’re airing our recent interview with Chris Hodgdon
Former Board of Directors member for the Hodgdon Power Company, Mr. Chris Hodgdon, is joining the good folks on the Reloading Podcast to talk about the history, struggles triumphs, and the journey that the Hodgdon Powder Company has gone through over the years. Mr. Chris Hodgdon also shares some great stories and tales from his time at the company.
If you’ve ever been curious about the pros, and cons of creating an NFA trust or maybe just want a birds-eye view of the whole process and what it offers you, you should check out this nice, short, and informative video that comprehensively covers the subject.
What’s new in the world of ammo? Jeff Hoffman of Black Hills ammo dishes on his experience with .454 Casull and muskrat extermination. Plus, Jeff has been messing with some new ammo options for all types of firearms. What does this mean for folks wishing to change their current loads? Jeff and Tom also discuss the advancement of all copper bullet construction, and how it has progressed over the past few years.
How do you weaponize math? Frank Galli of the Sniper’s Hide joins Gun Talk Hunt’s Kevin “KJ” Jarnagin to explain how he and his team developed “weaponized math.” KJ and Frank discuss the training process and fundamentals of precision rifle to better your hunting. This Gun Talk Hunt is brought to you by SIG SAUER and GunDealio.
When a shooter asks, what’s the difference between your products and your competitor’s, they’re probably expecting a simple answer. While that would be easy to do, the answer is actually much deeper. Scott Volquartsen discusses the mindset and process that Volquartsen Firearms has enbraced for over 45 years to engineer top-of-the-line products. Learn what sets them apart, and why even with a 6-10 month backlog of orders, there’s still no room for shortcuts. Tune in!
Is it practical? Is it tactical? Is there even a reason for the Altor pistol to exist? Roy Huntington and host Brent T. Wheat discuss this polarizing handgun.
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Episode #111– The Myths of the Bonnie & Clyde Ambush
Episode #115– Buying a Micro-Nine Pistol
Episode #143– You Don’t Know Jack About the Weaver Stance
COLION NOIR PODCAST | CNP #17 | DR JOHN LOTT EXPOSES MEDIA DISHONESTY ABOUT GOOD GUYS WITH GUNS & MASS SHOOTINGS
Despite mainstream media accounts asserting that heroic individuals putting an end to mass shootings is a statistically exceptional event, research suggests that such instances occur more frequently than people think, says crime researcher Dr. John Lott. According to Lott, the mass shooters frequently indicate in their diaries or manifestos that they want to attract media attention and that they are aware that the more victims they kill, the more attention they will receive. These individuals repeatedly mention going to a location where they know victims can’t protect themselves while leaving comments explaining why they hit the target that they did. They are not naive. They are aware that if individuals have the ability to defend themselves, they won’t be able to murder as many people and won’t garner as much media attention as they would want. Find more 2A related Podcast on the Colion Noir Podcast. Available on your favorite Podcast Platform…. Click here: ➡️https://www.mrcolionnoir.com/podcast/
On this week’s episode of TFB’s Behind The Gun Podcast, I’ve brought on Derick with PARD. PARD is a foreign producer of digital and thermal night vision devices that primarily caters to law enforcement and military departments needing observational equipment. However, PARD is also in the business of producing digital night vision, thermal scopes, and multi-spectral scopes that allow hunters across the globe to expand their capabilities beyond the daylight hours of the hunting season. While PARD is quite well known in Europe, today, Derick explains to us why PARD is angling to get into the US digital and thermal night vision market, as well as what their current offerings cover and what some of the basic terminology surrounding these types of devices means when it comes to selecting one for your specific shooting application. Please welcome Derick with PARD to the podcast!
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!