E127: Texas Hand Gun Open Carry

//E127: Texas Hand Gun Open Carry

E127: Texas Hand Gun Open Carry

In this episode, Aaron interviews Gary of Guns Over Texas Radio. They discuss the pending handgun open carry legislation in Texas, campus carry, constitutional carry, the new Glock 43, ATF’s attempted ban of M855 ammo, and a whole lot more.

Plus, Aaron answers an often asked listner question: Whatever happened to Jonathan?

Warning: We get a little rowdy in this episode. Some of this episode may not be suitable for young or sensitive ears.

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Join us as we discuss:

  • Why has Jonathan been absent from the show.
  • SB17 – Texas Open Carry
  • Texas Campus Carry
  • The best holsters for open carry.
  • Types of retention holsters and what the different levels mean
    • What’s a Level 1 Retention Holster
    • What’s a Level 2 Retention Holster
    • What’s a Level 3 Retention Holster
    • What’s a Level 4 Retention Holster
  • Pros and Cons of Open Carry
  • The ATF’s attempted ban of M855 ammo (and what was going on)
  • The latest news on using trusts to buy class three weapons and silencers
  • Predictions about soon to come assaults on the 2nd Amendment
  • Predictions about challenges to your survival in the next 3 to 4 years

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By | 2017-02-26T11:35:48+00:00 March 23rd, 2015|Urban Survival Podcast Episodes|4 Comments

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In his free time, Aaron enjoys hogging the remote, surfing, scotch, mental masturbation and debate over philosophical topics, and shooting stuff--usually not all at the same time.

4 Comments

  1. […] there’s no podcast from GOTR this week, as it happens, Aaron of “In The Rabbit Hole” was kind enough to have me on as a guest for their latest episode. We get into open carry, campus […]

  2. Jason March 23, 2015 at 6:23 pm - Reply

    Damn Im sorry I missed this one… great show! I was out tramping tgrough the desert to go play in waterfalls.

  3. katmandoo April 1, 2015 at 4:50 pm - Reply

    how is it you don’t think someone with a DUI should be carrying a firearm but you think if you robbed a bank and paid your dues you should be able to?

    • Aaron Frankel April 1, 2015 at 4:56 pm - Reply

      That part of the conversation was meant to wrestle with and illustrate the complexity of liberty. If someone consistently demonstrates poor judgement, maybe they should not be allowed to have a liberty. However, where does that begin and end?

      We all often look at others exercising lack of skill or poor judgement and snap to the thought that should not be able to do or have something. (Take old people driving for example.) However, that conflicts with the higher ground of liberty.

      So where we ended up was both conveying a leaning towards near absolute liberty: As long as you fists don’t touch my nose, swing your fists all you want.

      Make sense?

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