Class 3 Weapons

Episode 103: Road Trip to Austin!

September 16, 2013
Episode 103: Guns, Knives, Ammo, and Silencers

In this episode Hosts Aaron and Jonathan meet up in Austin Texas for an unfiltered discussion about guns, knives, silencers, ammo, and other stuff. Guaranteed to be a fun, albeit long, episode. Aaron goes to visit Jonathan in Austin. And since Aaron and Jonathan haven’t gotten to hang out in person in a while, the […]

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Episode 8: NFA Weapons

March 21, 2011
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Robert Swartley of Talon Arms is back! Aaron and Jonathan interview Robert about NFA Weapons. The topic is serious, but Aaron, Jonathan, and Robert make it fun with solid facts and advice, and by addressing some of the urban legends about Class 3 Tax Stamp weapons. Topics: What is an NFA item and what is a […]

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Episode 3: Basic Firearms Discussion

February 14, 2011
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Join us and our guest Robert Swartley of Talon Arms as we discuss: making first time gun purchases, picking the gun that properly meets your needs, answers to common questions a gun store owner gets, advice pros and cons of using handguns, shotguns, and rifles for home defense, and ammunition types and purposes. If you are new […]

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Ragnar’s Urban Survival Review

November 9, 2010
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Ragnar’s Urban Survival as an Urban Survival Guide Ragnar Benson’s Urban Survival is a book packed with lots of information, but nearly as many faults. About The Author Ragnar Benson (assumed pen name) is a prolific writer specializing in non-fiction survival topics. He is the author of approximately 37 books (this number may be low) […]

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Silencers: Truth, Lies, and Zombies

October 11, 2010
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Why Silencers Are A Useful Tool Depending on the caliber, silenced firearms protect hearing without the shooter and people close by from having to wear hearing protection. In most instances, Silencers reduce the sound of a firearm to below OSHA guideline level for hearing damage. New shooters taught with silenced firearms are less likely to develop a flinch as they […]

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