Welcome to TFB Podcast Roundup 17! I hope everyone had a great Halloween! Hopefully, most of you didn’t go too overboard this last Sunday evening. This last week I’ve been doing a fair amount of driving and one of my favorite things to do is to listen to podcasts in the car to take my mind off of sitting. Not only is it a great way to pass the time on long road trips, but it’s also a great way to catch up with news from the industry that doesn’t normally show up in press releases or emails. Aside from gun industry news and interviews, sometimes podcasts are just plain fun to listen to and I personally think that the latest edition of the TFB B-Side Podcast was great as I had the boys from the TFB crew regale us with their own personal tales of gun shop horror. Be sure to check out last week’s TFB B-Side podcast episode to hear them all. Otherwise, enjoy the rest of this week’s curated selection of podcasts!
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TFB Podcast Roundup 17: Post Halloween Sugar Rush Edition
Length: 56 Minutes
Subjects: The TFB Crew shares their worst gun shop and gun range horror stories
This week on the show I’ve brought along some of my fellow writers to bring you all some of the worst (or best) gun shop horror stories to ever be told. If you’ve ever been a worker or a patron inside of a gun shop or indoor gun range you’ll already know that you can run into some pretty zany characters and have even probably dealt with a few yourself. To this end I’ve brought along fellow writers and TFB contributors Adam S, Lucas D, Daniel Y, Mike R and Benjamin F to tell their tales of gun shop terror to fit in with this Halloween season. Thanks as always to our TFB listeners and readers! Let us know if you have any of your own gun shop horror stories in the comments below!
Length: 42 Minutes
Subjects: Volquartsen Pro Shooter Kolby Pavlock gives honest and truthful advice to those who want to get into the professional shooting scene
Welcome to this week’s episode of the No Excuse to Miss Podcast! This week you will listen to a conversation with Kolby Pavlock, who is a competitive shooter, working in partnership with Volquartsen Firearms. Here, he talks more in depth about this sport, how to start working professionally as a sponsored shooter, how he visualizes competitive shooting in the future, and his opinion on what can be done today to turn this modality into a more viable profession tomorrow.
Length: 110 Minutes
Subjects: The talk of the town lately has been the unfortunate incident on the set of the movie “Rust”. Professional armorer Dustin Lange tells everyone what should have taken place on the movie set to avoid this incident.
Safety first… No, Seriously! On this week’s episode, we started to discuss gun safety as our main topic but were then happily joined by our friend, Dustin Lange, Movie Armorer and Prop Master to discuss what happened on “Rust”, and what firearm safety is supposed to look like on set. Great to have such an amazing subject matter expert join us. Don’t forget to join us as we record live each week on Facebook. Thanks for listening!
Length: 44 Minutes
Subjects: Everyone’s favorite platform and its many accessories – Why you might be better off slimming down your AR-15 collection
This episode of the AR-15 Podcast is all about the AR-15 platform and its many accessories and trends that you find within the sphere of the AR-15 world. In this episode, the guys discuss the possibility of selling some of your collection and ask the serious question “which one of your rifles couldn’t you live without?” A great easy listening episode that I really enjoyed and possibly another podcast that I’ll have to add to my regular listening list.
Thanks for stopping by to listen to this week’s lineup of podcasts. I have a lot of fun listening to these podcasts and I get a lot of value out of them which is why I also enjoy sharing them with you here. Let us know down in the comments below if you’ve enjoyed any of the podcasts we’ve listed here or had other podcasts that you like to listen to in your spare time or when you’re on a long commute. Thanks as always for reading and listening to TFB.