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To inform, advise, learn and foster a community of like-minded individuals for the advancement and adoption of shooting sports, hobbies, survival and hunting.

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4.8 out of 5
568 Ratings

568 Ratings

not shane herrin ,

Great podcast!

Great show. Lets have a rundown of the cast: Shawn is very charismatic, but at no means an expert at anything. Jeremy is a Marine but b*tches and whines more than any one I’ve ever heard. I mean seriously. He whines about having to do the podcast, he huffs when someone asks him a question. He’s like a huge 2 year old. Aaron is super funny but knows almost nothing about guns. Now for the part time guys: Savage is a little left and poor, but he is still cool and is good at rebuilding junk guns. He’s also very informative about current events. Nick is probably the most worthless cast member. He’s rarely on the show, he is knowledgeable about building LR precision rifles, however when he talks about AR-15s or operating a handgun he sounds stupid as hell!! I don’t understand why he is so arrogant. He rarely talks but when he does, he sounds stupid. I guess you could say he and Jeremy have literally rod the coat tails of the show. All in all, great show!

Stale Fruit ,

Yeremy

Love how there’s an aging/ cough dying old guy Shawn, an old nobody Aaron an allready dead Nick and Antifa member Savage 1 R reviewing guns and gun industry news. Oh and hate breathing Jeremy. Don’t forget the Jeremy, just forget everybody else.

509 NOT commie-attle ,

Good review and a ??

Pod cast is great very funny well done. Serious question for the cast. I recently started trying to build up a firearms accessory retail online store. I am slowly establishing relationships with vendors and building up content to provide value for my clients. My question concerns discount codes from content creators, the WLS codes are great but from a retailer stand point it puts the price of products just barely above or right at MAP price. So now i am competing with the vendor directly rather than seeing content creators promote products I carry. What are you thoughts?

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