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New York - 1 Dead In Police-Involved Shooting In New Rochelle

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00:51 sec | 2 months ago

New York - 1 Dead In Police-Involved Shooting In New Rochelle

"In new Rochelle a man who police say tried to shoot officers is dead this happened late last night after a traffic stop at potter Avenue and Pierce street authorities say twenty four year old Kamal flowers was a passenger in the car they got out and ran new Rochelle mayor no in Branson says police chase the officer became aware in his perception that Mr flowers had a gun the officer discharged his taser the taser was ineffective hi and the officer subsequently fired six shots one of which hit Mr flowers through the armpit and penetrated his heart police say they recovered skews me the nine millimeter Ruger and are still looking for the car with Virginia

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04:12 min | 3 months ago

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"We do hate. Tom Gresham here gun talk. I'm looking guns at down three yesterday. Shot with a buddy. He had a couple of sweet four specials and I had a single accident. But I've been thinking about forty four specials as Maybe an alternative maybe an alternative. I've been carrying a three fifty seven magnum as Mike. Quasi abair gun about the mountains and with proper loads you can load up a forty four special pretty sweet and also of course you got the Black Hills Ammo they making that honey badger. Rambo forty forty four special. It's it's really nice to drop down to line four. I WanNa Talk to Alec in Tacoma Washington because I think he's GonNa Feed my addiction here. Hey Alec welcome Audie I m trying to help you help so many people oh my yes and well in my hand here. I've got Ruger. Pt One hundred forty four special three inch barrel. That's the Taylor distributor exclusive. And then my other hand I have a Ruger G. P. One hundred forty four special five inch Blue Lipsey special. Ooh I don't know if they're still available but I have a I bought you know two more to match it. I've got a three fifty seven and three twenty seven federal. Let's see special so they're they're identical blue. They're they're they're very very some folks out you know to try 'em out just to get him broken but anyways I can go out and get those numbers and they did. Up One how did she three on? I was GonNa ask you tell me about. Tell me about shooting two three inch. Because that would be what go with. I'd go with the three inch. Gp One hundred and forty four special. It's a five shot revolver so tell me about shooting the house shoot for you. It is a five shot revolver and I I shot. I don't have a big deal with recoil so it was not difficult. I've got a you know. A ten millimeter G. P. One hundred to John. Together shooting the hot rounds you know. Three hundred three hundred Grain bullets it you can. You can feel it. Sure but Doesn't it doesn't it shoots real nice. It's I think it's a you know we've got decent grapes and and it shoots nice. I didn't shoot Five inch right beside the three inch because you know I got the the three five inch ones same time so I took all those out right pair them and didn't compare it with the the three inch. Because I've got that like the year before so so like I have been looking online at this Ruger GP one hundred three inch model stainless and it's just a nice looking revolver. And of course they're made stout so you wouldn't feel worried about loading it up a little bit. I mean not GonNa try to make magneto. That'd be foolish but you can load them up and I would bet that with good loads. This is probably a paper plate. Fifty Yard Gun. I was shooting up to twenty five to twenty five because down way I can. I can shoot near and far right. No I think that's a good place so at twenty five you can hit at fifty without any problem that people think. Oh you can't hit anything with three inch barrel yes you can. Actually if you are careful and you're you're good with trigger control you absolutely can. Well thank you so much for costing me money partner. I thought he was the worst but then I thought it was. Let's see and then last week or two weeks ago you your top off again. You said well if you buy a gun that you really liked you gotta get another one one so you just returning the favor. Well thank you. I've got to get my hands on one of these. I'm not sure if I like the grip on that. It looks like it would feel comfortable but it's a little large but you know maybe one of those at once you.

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10:13 min | 3 months ago

"ruger" Discussed on Gun Talk

"The show was called gun. Talk Talk Radio announcing gun talk video because we're doing the streaming. We're doing an experiment okay. Cut A little slack. This we're having some fun. We're doing this video streaming radio so if you want to go over to the gun talk facebook or Youtube or the Ruger firearms facebook or Youtube Feet. Were doing streaming all those platforms. But that doesn't mean you can't be a part of this. All you have to do is give us a call on the phone at eight six six. Talk Gun and we'll take your call. We'll talk about well. Whatever you want to talk about really. We're pretty much in. It has to do with guns. We're willing to talk about it. We're talking right now. With the Graham Rockwell the product manager at Ruger Firearms Graham. You said you had another gun. Scroll it away back there you want to show and tell us about one more gun for you again. This is We we did launch this four shots on you and I talked about it but I want to bring it back up again with the extreme popularity of that Making more people aware I would agree platform as Israel C. P. Two in twenty two long rifle so ten round capacity same size but just significantly reduced Fly Force needed to rack gun and reduced recoil crate for a trainer on or some people carrying it. So when I'm to bring that one back up okay. And they'll see P two in twenty two ND fire ten shots. I could see a lot of us for that. Actually Yup specifically people are looking for something that they can manipulate with their hands. A lot of the full-sized a lot of the compact carry guns are difficult to direct. We have a new L. I. T. Rack system on here. Increase the ears and just being leaves the twenty two later Spring and it's just a a breeze to operate. Firearm makes the physics of it. Are that you have to have when you shooting a nine millimeter. For instance you have to have a spring in the recoil system that will handle the force of a nine millimeter cartridge. Coming back in so the spring might be. I'm held the hands out this long. It's an gun gets smaller. The spring get shorter and shorter and shorter but still has to be able to handle that much energy and so it gets considerably more difficult to racket with your hands and so when you get small guns not only are the harder to shoot well. Generally speaking there were demanding. But they're also harder to rack the slide. I love the idea of the the key to slog on twenty two eastern Iraq. An grand. You know people will say oh well. That's not really defensive. Cartridge go well you know. What if that's what you have and that's what you can shoot well than it is. It's more important to be confident with the gun. Know that you can operate it Safely and effectively exactly Michelle callscreener. Also they have a gun store you saying that. The five sevens are pretty hard to get days for gun stores. What's when you have a chance to talk with gun stores? Can you explain what you doing to either? Increase the production or get more guns out there somehow with a lot of our our new our new platforms. There's a natural ramp up where you know. We got the machines in place. But the training of the the people You know the continuous improvement of the process. It does take time to ramp these lines up To to what they're intended to be at so the number five seven pistol Something every week. The line is doing a great job of increasing the capacity on that line. It's definitely not going down. It's only on an upward path And with our distribution system like Chris mentioned the two-tier Distribution System Right So not every you know it depends on what gun stores work with. What distributors And what's allocated for each store so you might not see it in your smaller stores but a couple of stores that are moving a lot of products probably a better chance of seeing that gun calling around see if you can find it out there. See if you can put it on order go ahead get a real order in because if you have a real order with some money down then you're more likely to get it if you just say. Hey you know. Be Sure to get one of those that would count as an actual firm-order ultimately. We'll get one. Everyone's hands that once one. So that's and of course you have agree you're also got hit with the Cova de over now. You got to slow down production a little bit. Because you're trying to get social distancing in factories. I don't even know how that works as described earlier. Just it's everything. We do the process and the plants and we just have to make adjustments It's difficult You know absenteeism now. Just the general climate but there the reader employers are getting it done They'll continue to push guns out for those. Who are there to Zillion Ruger fans out there? And they want to know what's going on or are they want to get the latest information on. What's new. What you guys are introduced because it seems like there's not a month that goes by you don't have something new. What's the best way for people do find out what's going on what? What are the new products? That's one of the greatest parts about working for just the talent we have in our engineering teams and the new products. They can come up with. And we'RE GONNA continue to launch new stuff as we can't even through this This environment and you can check out all new products on Ruger DOT COM as well as any of our social media sites Ruger Dot com is GonNa be the best way to go. Navy got all their social media facebook. All the rest of it is as well so I appreciate that Graham Graham. Thank you so much for spending some time with US and participating in great experiment on doing this video. I mean you're looking good to me. I mean it's just like I can't believe it. We talented people behind the scenes is serious me. It's it's Michael and it's all our crew. That's put all this together for us and I got a little little more of a home student here but you guys are looking great down there. It'd be better to do it in person and looking forward to doing the next year or later this year sounds good. We'll do that. It will make it a point to get together and we'll do it at a show but also if we go on a shoot or hot somewhere we'll try to put that together as well. Yep and We're we're still planning for our our hunts and our events later in the year we haven't cancelled everything yet It's just GONNA be one of those we have to see see. Were you reading ends up? So we're going to let the plan stuff and hopefully it happens. That's all we could do. Thanks so much. Appreciate it man really appreciate. Hi they care all righty. Oh that's always fun to find out what's going on the new stuff that's going on as well. It's DOT COM corner. What's going on? You want to participate in the Kyle. Call here the conversation here. Call Me Eight. Six six talked gun. We'll get you enter. Just call Tom. Talk Gun looking for range reports. We'll be back in just a second. Have you been shooting? Have you been a gun store finding the guns at the gun store? Let me know we're having fun today. Tom Gresham here. Eight six six. Talk gun gets you interest gun. Talk Let's see gun group Su to reopen Georgia gun carrying a coalition of gun. Rights groups filed a federal suit against Georgia officials on Thursday demanding that the state reopened its firearms concealed carry permeating system or eliminate the permanent altogether. Well I kind of like the last one. How about no permits to exercise your Second Amendment Rights? How about not having to say mother May I? You know when you say okay. I would really really like it if I could exercise my constitutional rights. Please can I pay a fee? Can stand in line to fill out a form. Can I pay one hundred to exercise my Second Amendment Rights? You're not saying have no permits. That's exactly what I'm saying. No such thing as a carry permit. It's ridiculous we all have either sixteen or seventeen states where we have constitutional carry. Where're you're not required to get a permit at all to carry a firearm concealed? If you can legally own a gun you can legally carry a gun. Simple as that with parameters some of them have an age limit a twenty one year old age limit whereas you can actually own the gun at eighteen but in Georgia they blocked issuing or even taking permits for carry permit so second in the foundations fires possibly coalition some other filing suit. It's really been hard honestly to keep up with all the lawsuits that are going on. Because let's say we sued in new. Mexico was sued in Florida. We Soon New Jersey. We've sued in Massachusetts and we sued in New York. I know those right off the bat in a lot of places. We didn't have to sue because when the governor has said well you know gun. Stores ARE NOT ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES. We the gun only public went in and educated them about this and I got to give a big shout out to the National Shooting Sports Foundation. That's the Firearms Industry Trade Association. It worked with the White House and the part of Homeland Security to make sure that gun stores and shooting ranges were included in their list of essential businesses during this cova emergency and so by being able to go to governors and say look the Department of Homeland Security says a gun stores and she ages are in fact essential businesses. It gave the governors who were getting pushed in different directions the ability to say you know what I'm going to go with. What the Fed say here because they may say well. I wanted to do that but I was getting pushed by the gun. Control people so. Thank you for giving me this. I can use in some States California New Jersey weirdly New Mexico. We have governors who've said now. We don't really care about that. I think it wasn't new. Jersey New Jersey Maryland. Maybe New Jersey or the governor. Who's ask well what about The Constitutional Rights Second Amendment Rights. So that's above my pay grade. Wait wait here governor. There's no one above your paygrade in the state you are the final one. That's where the buck stops near the governor. You can't put this off on somebody else. Okay so yeah you don't get to say I don't not my thing. I don't really care about no.

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07:56 min | 3 months ago

"ruger" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Doing live streaming right now. We're in the first of all any backup. Originally we were scheduled to be at the. Nra's annual meetings big trade expo. There's GonNa be a Nashville. Of course the cove in nineteen hit that got canceled. We were scheduled to be doing the show from the Ruger booth so we said well. Let's take advantage of this and do what everybody else is doing. Let's do the connection. Virtually if you will so we're doing a virtual broadcast from the virtual Ruger booth at the NRA's annual meetings so anyway all that to say that we're actually streaming this live. If you want to go to the Ruger or gun talk media facebook or youtube channels you can see us live streaming this as we're doing the radio show so we don't know what we're doing but we're having fun. I'm lost but I'm making good time. So why worry about it right by the way? If you'd like to be a part of this or call in everything's still the same. You can give us a call eight six six talk gone or Tom Talk. Got a lot of news going on out there we I'll be talking about this a little bit later. We have the gun rights groups who are filing suits in a number of different states where the governor has decided that gun stores or non essential. And they're going to close them down and of course our point of all this way but this is the second with this is the constitutional right. It doesn't say you have these rights under the bill of rights unless we have an emergency which case we will wipe out the entire bill of rights. No and you'll notice that not doing much about the other rights. Although I do kind of clamp down on free speech and assembly and that's being challenged as well not just not by US okay. I'll let me do this. we're gonNA bring in Graham Rockwell. Right now is the product manager at Ruger. He's been laboring under all this the newness under the covert nineteen. So we're GONNA grant. How are you sir? Bad time good to hear from me. Good you look good. You sound good. Hey you're in the midst of all this. What kind of changes have you guys had in making all these guns you make under the covert nineteen world? I mean obviously? Chris talked a lot about the challenges. We have at the factories just with personnel at keeping. Everybody safe One of the most important things were continuing to do is to continue designing new projects. New Guns and push those projects forward so people that can work remotely. A lot of our design. Engineers are still able to do a lot of their work Remotely and feed it back into the plant. So we're continuing to push projects for it despite what's going on here. Well obviously anything is coming out now has been in the pipeline for a year or more so those have been moving forward. What what new things do you have? What are you working on the big one that we just launched recently The extension of the PC carbon line is the the P. T. Charter obviously nine. Millimeter gravy. Good extension off the PC. Carbon Platform has all the same great features. Got This Nice Short. Six and a half inch barrel bic rail in the back so you can do a pistol brace And nothing optics and Sap Twenty eight so you can not suppressors we. We actually had that out of the range recently. That has to be honestly one of the coolest guns you guys are brought out in many years as soon as you put on one of the pistol braces on the folding pistol brace. It's what we were doing. It just becomes quite the tool that can be packed away. Easily easy to carry. You could have it as a vehicle gun if you're out in the woods or something you want to put it in the backpack. You could certainly do that. It's small. It's easy but it's I would say it's going to be much more. I'm not sure if accurate is the right word but it is easier to shoot well than a pistol. Would you say absolutely? It's still heavy on the pistol range of things that he still reducing recoil with that way and then with a suppressor on their You know it's it's it's a lot of fun to shoot and you can use Ruger. Mags or Glock mags in that right. Yep So same great feature all the other PC car beans and ships with the The S are Magazine but you can put the Glock module in. And then you've lockup pappy sticks thirty three because we knew that was coming. I bought four of those thirty three around LAC megs. Because why wouldn't you right there? They make it a lot more fun. Okay so what else you guys doing. Yeah I just wanted to you know. I think we had talked about this at the shot. Show but a couple of other guns. That people are still looking for now. We got knocked the router five seven pistol. I mean this is even with Even without Cova this is obviously extremely popular gun. And it's got a lot of great features. People haven't seen it yet. Twenty round steel magazines It's lightweight Pick on the bottom. And then one of the great features is the ability to Mount Synoptic. Straight the one. You're showing US now on video. You got an optic mounted on that. The other thing is it's a large ish like a nine hundred eleven size pistol but when you pick it up it's so surprising because it's so darn light absolutely light way at the flat shooting around and it's just it's just a great great new platform from her house that done for you in terms of sales so I mean it's it's going straight from the factory to the people that are ordering them. You know we still get a lot of requests and this is obviously. We're making them every day. We got a lot of people saying they they. They don't see them on the shelves. And that's something. We're working on and Ricky Making Them. Well that's true everything these days. I mean it just trying to supply with this crazy demand. We've had and we know that this is going to tone down a bit but it's been a little bit nuts and I mean part of your job you're bringing out new stuff but also just keep making things in the midst of you guys taking precautions with your customer or your workers rather as Christmas talking about exactly so we. We have to keep that balance as Chris said. And I'll repeat it you know we're really proud of everybody at the plant This is obviously not just the material and machine issue its entire environment People are stepping up to the plate. They'll come to work in. Our managers are doing a great job keeping them safe. So thank all the folks in the factory and everybody that's keeping US keeping US rolling curb. Actually we didn't talk about this but I was just noticing you guys are still and one of the platforms. You make is one of my favorites. Because I'm old school is I love the Hawkeye. The old model seventy seven platform and you're still tweaking and doing things to that line as well. Yeah two two of my favorite guns that are coming off that line right now are the long range target and the long range. Hunter Lines for the folks in the video but You know essentially taken the proven Mazar style action and putting some of the new popular calibers and they're senior six five P. R. C. which Hornet they introduced last year and that's been extremely popular on the long range. Hunter Platform a lot of people taking that out the field and did I put you on the spot. I just see that. Somebody's doing like a special run of that rifle in the two eighty ACURA improved. Think we're thinking let's just do. Let's Davidson's doing one of those distributors do exclusive on that now quick question. Do you have more of the more guns ready to show us. Because if you do. I'm GonNa take a quick break and come back to you. Yeah I got one more one more. I want to take a break all right. Let's do that. I need to take a quick break. Sell some so. We'll be right back. We're doing show Intel or doing radio. We're doing video if you want to join us the one. That's all great. If you WANNA call in ask a question give us a call right now. Eight six six talk gone. I'm Tom Gresham. And this gun. Talk for more than seventy years. Tim Need triggers has been enhancing the shooter's experience whether it's a local competition a day at the range or even the.

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01:49 min | 3 months ago

"ruger" Discussed on Gun Talk

"It's Gone Talk Tom. Gresham bad if you could be with us because you can be a part of a Experiment I know other people have been doing this for a while but we are actually doing live streaming of gun talk today because we're in the virtual order booths at the NRA's annual meeting if you were supposed to be Nashville of course at the NRA's annual meetings. We're GONNA be broadcasting from the rigor booth. Well that didn't happen Kobe. Nineteen came along and here. We all are so what we've done is we're setting up. We're doing this on video as well as audio so as you're hearing the show that's great if you get a chance and you want to go take a look at what we're up to us to go to the facebook or youtube channels for gun talk or Ruger check out what's going on there. You can make comments and yes everybody says well do you have to wear pants for. That's knows you can look and see. You can't see that far down so you have no idea it's okay it's radio and TV but none of it's real don't you know? Hey I'm glad you could be with us if you want to be a part of this if you have just discovered gun talk and you don't know what this is. We talk about guns. We talk about guns and shooting new guns and guns and safe gun handling responsible gun use. We talk about the politics of guns. Of course we have millions of people buying guns over the last six to eight weeks with the Kobe. Nineteen crisis we have government state governments shutting down gun stores. Others are saying no gun stores are essential. It's a mess. We have a gun rights groups who are suing governor suing states to get them to reopen gun stores. Because it's basically a shutdown of the second amendment of your constitutional rights. We were talking a bit about that as well. But right now we're going to do is we're talking about. Ruger and what's going on there. These days joining me is Chris Calloway. He is the president and the CEO of Ruger firearms. Hey Chris how're you doing man? Hey.

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04:51 min | 3 months ago

"ruger" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Good deals always good to hear you. Now I actually get to see it which is kind of fun so this is this is good. I like this. This is bad. I never there in person but this is just as good well almost as good. You know obviously you are professional shooter. Your team Ruger. You've been doing this for years. I mean you are one of the better shooters one of the best shooters. Frankly okay. So what happens when a shooter can't compete and can't get out there and do your thing now different. It's definitely different. This would normally be busy time of the year. I'd be traveling. I'd be going conventions but I'd be doing a lot of competitions right now practicing every single day so it's a different feeling for me at a different time in my life but it's that way for everybody right we're all having to readjust and kind of figure things out and get into a routine. So it's what we gotta do. Are you able to get to the reins at all? Now I am not I'm trying to Be Responsible and appropriate social distancing and and just really leave the house when I have to when it's required But I'm really trying to just kind of take this opportunity to work from home I'm very fortunate because I have a lot of projects coming my way that I am able to do at home so I think that's. That's the appropriate thing to do right now. Okay so I I liked to get from us. Some ideas and tips of a lot of people can't get out to the range and we know that shooting is a perishable skill if we don't get out there and do it. You're just not sharp as you were any suggestions or ideas. Are you an idea of what you're doing to try to stay sharp? Somehow with your shooting well it a hundred percent comes down to your mindset. I mean staying positive. Staying active staying healthy Like I said I'm trying not to go out to the range and leave the house in that way but I'm definitely still trying to stay physically active. I I put my Bandanna on and I take my dog out for a walk and I get my workout in and of course I'm dry firing at home I'm really every single day to handle my firearms and instill work through the mechanics. Even if I can't do the live fire portion of it I can still practice my drawn practice my reload and and really just keep up with the physical manipulations of it all describe and they wanted to tell people dry fire but there's a lot more to it than that in your head when you're doing dry fire practice. What are you working on as it can't be a list? I understood dry. Fire just going to dry fire. You're going to be working on well. I tried to identify skill for the day that I wanNA work on Like I said it might be the draw. If I'm shooting pistol it might be the reload Something that I'm going to find reoccurring in competition and we'll go through the full routine of of having targets set up in front of me having a timer on my bell really trying to take it seriously and think about the physical aspect of it. Having a good stands aggressive leaning forward my full set up with a gun on hitting that buzzer going through the mechanics of it and and really just doing them in the mini. Excuse me manipulations manipulations every single day to keep up with that interesting point you make because I was talking to another shooter recently. He said you know to stay good at this. You have to handle your guns all the time. You have to have them in your hands and I know that may not make sense to people but it made sense to me. You might just talk about that any sport that you would watch. I mean if you were watching Golf Basketball Baseball whatever They don't just show up to the game and shoot a basket for the first time. Having not picked up a ball and weeks. I mean every single sport out there requires a dedication daily dedication and our behind it hours and hours and hours and some of these people and I'm fortunate enough to be able to go out there and compete against them. I mean they are so so talented so so amazing and we're getting down to the point. Where JUST THE SPLIT? Second the tenth of a second that can make the difference between between winning or losing and and you can take split-second off on your draw on your reload on your foot work All these different portions throughout the stage you can take that second op and it makes a huge difference. How long have you been shooting competitively ten years so you were like six or eight when you started Yeah tell you what I WANNA do this. I'm GonNa take a quick break. Come back and talk about some of the projects you got going. You've got some fun things happen. You will tell people about so we'll do that. Okay you just hang in there. We'll take a quick break. We'll talk with Megara voight This gun talk. You're going to join us. It's eight six six talk gun. We will be right.

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Gun & Gear Review Podcast

13:21 min | 5 months ago

"ruger" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

"Not today. I haven't been kicked out yet. Okay maybe I'll think they're afraid I'd be afraid to kick you out. Excuse me Sir Out OF HAVE THAT CONVERSATION. You have no little metal you get into cheesy fries and Opie leaves exam here to ask. Don't even ask rental shoes back. Good Day sir. By probably the only thing they would do with those damn shoes backed up and speaking of bowling. I don't know if you guys have ever tried to shoot a bowling ball before those things are harder than anything. I know of or to make a move. I believe all along with dead on with a slug and it. Just take a little nick out of exactly. Yeah Yeah it's Eric. I thought I was going to get five hundred. Still plays for my safe for. But I'll just go bob bunch of US bowling. Ball's no kidding. Just make sure that you also build yourself can that they fit in so that they double his ammo. Get off my lawn. Okay so the young whippersnappers that was the winchester. Essex P darker defender next up. Is the new ruger American rim-fire long range target MS RPM? This is five hundred ninety nine dollars. This is basically their new target version. I don't know why they call it the long range target but I think it has to do with all the rim fire. Long range competitions. That are coming out I think this would be an awesome rifle for small-bore fifty foot competition. Just my thoughts It is bold action. You get the ten round magazine. It is half twenty-eight threaded at the end Linked Polish thirteen and a half inches weighs eight pounds and has a one in sixteen right hand to his barrel. The stock does feature adjustable riser and also but played with Shins. If you would like that it comes with a scope base installed. It's a solid scope base. A let's see where it uses their power betting integral betting block system that frivolous the barrel. And of course locates. The receiver uses their adjustable trigger. Which you know is the you know. Little has little safety in it. But Hey it's adjustable. The barrel is point eight six inch diameter and like I said it is threaded. It's a hammer forged barrel the sixty degree bolt throw rim fire. I don't think that matters all that much. does have a sling swivel studs in it. If that's something you are looking at and basically Let's see the barrel. Length is twenty two inches. The go sixty degree to sixty degree. Bolt row is for. You can use larger objects without slotoff. Bolting to the optic talking about it does have a good sized bolt handle to get on The stock like a decent stock for what they are You know I I saw this. Unlike the prices and bad it uses their standard ten round or fifteen or twenty five around ten. Twenty two magazines. the they do have an am lock attachment point inside under the front four end Does have a larger magazine release but immediately when I saw this I didn't think of long range. I thought of the small bore rifles. I used to shoot in you know small-bore competition and I was like yeah. That's pretty much what it is But which you could use for long range Or for shooting varmints if you want to sit on a bench and shoot varmints yeah. I'm looking at it going. This is a beast at the Appleseed they just hate you with this you get your rifleman's Badge. The only problem with going appleseed with this happened to hold the thing up all day yeah right but I don't know I just look at it as that's great. That's another twenty two. That's another hobby. You can get into twenty two long range shooting because you don't all that distance And this is not a really expensive way to get into it with a lot of options. I mean do price is not because you know it's GonNa be less than this being a Ruger and you got to. Ruger precision rim fire. You got this and Oh yeah. Ruger's trying to hold a market down with the longest damn name of any firearm. They produce really the Rue American rim file. Long range target. Get over yourself. Give it a member for Christ sakes it is its model number eight three seven eight and that would be a better name than the Ruger American rim-fire long range target. That thing is I was putting it in the show notes on this thing's long dude. It's like I don't know if it's a competition between them and some Assisi's stuff when you read their name out on. Some of their rifles is wet. I think rigor has them. Hands Down Who's that other company? Oh I can't think he'll come to be in a minute but like Century arms to rigorous got. Ruger's got. We're just GONNA keep giving this thing names. Someone makes us stop. David says exclusives does get really really long. Yes yes they do but I tell you what I've got the Ruger American just the regular base mile and that's US good enough. I mean unless you want to get into real. Persnickety target shooting. Practice finicky per sneaker. You really haven't. Would you break out your grandma? That's the Fellas persnickety what is that. I haven't heard that since Jed Clampett or something like that all come on man. I'm trying to make people feel like I'm not exactly a truth. Florida boy snaky or whatever. I like the use of the word persnickety so okay. He's just entertaining entertaining duties making funny view to. I'm just I'm not I love. You'll probably keep up I. I was really hoping Zane would be here so we could make fun of him with two twenty two but hey taking it. Yeah well you know. What was your point here? Rob's point we didn't we didn't get to let them finish. I wanted to hear what my point is is this. It's a nice rifled but I'd go with the American just regular base model American bold action for like three hundred and fifty three hundred sixty bucks and this one comes into six eight I think. Ruger what do they call it? A market disruptor when they came out with the American series of rifle Betas through everybody off. Let me let me show you how this is done. Including their sales. They threw off because it was like. What is what's going on. You know you got your ruger loyals who were always going to spend the money on it because they make pretty good rifle to you know to to beat around and to shoot and debris very hardcore usage at a fairly reasonable price you know and then they come out with these inbetween models and the you know outliers and they're like what the hell with this like that you have to like pinch me Muzzle breaker not a semiautomatic. It's not a semi automatic selection. Do everything I can have on a semi auto on a bolt folding stock. Suppressor threads anything pistol. Grips rehabbed the coolest. Ugliest Bolt Action Gun in the world. Don Jersey. Yeah. I think Tony already has those. So that was the Ruger American Room. Fire Long Star get Blah Blah. We'll caddy compass. That's what you were talking about. That's pretty awesome. So now I get people pick me to. At least they're not picking on me so we have some listener feedback. He actually mentioned it last week. And I said We'd put it in the show notes this week. It is from ause the greater who is also in the chat he said. Hey guys if you had unlimited budget and had to build out two handguns and two rifles one for each for defense against African game and the other as you go to war fighting rig the more interesting the better. What would you choose? How would it be customized so I guess why would I be defending myself against African game? Why and no no. No I mean like why the hell would put myself in a place where I'm going to get chased by hippo. No one I feel personally attacked and I wanted to step back and calm down with that but I thought it was interesting so Chad Ni- answered it and of course you know Zane had to write in his answer. I guess I'll start since mines in here first. And then Tony and rob and then we'll read Zan's at the end I put in here for the warfighter An M16 five six and Ma'am sixteenth for the selector switch. Because you know you might need it Ten and a half inch barrel surpressed. I put G G G flip up irons because I like the way they work and they are pretty darn tough I put name point. Comp M five on it And because you know I want the best. Either a debate or peck fifteen depending on which because you know night vision for me and then. I can use those And then of course the British weapon light out there which is probably somewhere in. Like what fifteen hundred two thousand lumens nowadays But they always increase so I just put the brightest Of course for the pistol. I put a full size. Twenty eleven in nine millimeter. You know I don't need anything fancy I'm GONNA run excess. Efate nightside's on them. Because I do love those sites and I don't want an optic on it because I will break it because I'm good at breaking optics As these guys probably know so for the dangerous game of course I put a ceesay five fifty in four sixty rigby with us. I can never pronounce this for RAF. Ski Z six. I wanted to six scope Which is illuminated I chose these easy five fifty because it is a Controlled feed with three plus one round so follow up shots are going to be quick and no matter which position the rifles in. It's still going to feed and then for a pistol. Of course I wanted also something that is easy to use. Not so much easy to fire. So I picked the Smith and Wesson Four Sixty v which I think is the five inch four sixty Smith and Wesson round. You know plenty powerful You know I figured everybody's GonNa go with a five hundred or something so I won't let the four sixty something you can actually carry still might take a few shots to knock down that. Cape Buffalo charging you but you know. I still want to stop charging me. I don't like it so he's a book and he wanted You know some ideas and stuff that it'll be interesting more interesting to better so for me. I'm figuring if your character in the book is going to be in Africa He needs to have some hard hitting African game stuff. So I give whether be marked five dangerous game rifle in four sixty wetherby For Sixty Magnum with a hawk frontier. Thirty one six. By twenty four optic For the pistol on going with Magnum research and be a far in five hundred Smith and Wesson Magnum would cut down five tomorrow with a aim. Point ACRO- red dot on it Reason I'm saying this is interesting The reason I cut the barrel down is because that they come with like seven and a half inch barrels. And that's really too long to be walking around as your defensive. Whatever when you're out doing whatever you do in Africa And I also got a single action be a far mainly because sometimes that recoil on that five hundred when you shoot it can get you fired off a second shot when you don't mean to so the single action be if our will be able to handle that now for the warfighting things. Same exact reason. I got. Atf of Patriots or factory. Three hundred eight revolution. That's their gas operated Thrill eight to size of Ar fifteen but issues through has of war tech's racer HD gen three one to ten by twenty four. I GOT ULTRA DYING. Sif Four Front and rear backup sites and the FINA LINEAR COMP mainly because the backup states really cool..

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Los Angeles: Mission Viejo Man Finds Bones In Backyard, OC Sheriff’s Department Investigating

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Los Angeles: Mission Viejo Man Finds Bones In Backyard, OC Sheriff’s Department Investigating

"Breaking news now from mission Viejo deputies investigating the discovery of bones in the back yard Orange County sheriff's spokesman Terry Braun cells take an axe the investigation is on the my Ruger down near the intersection of tribute roads and Marguerite parkway homeowner called and stated that he had located what he believes to be bound in the backyard at his residence they were in the dirt in the backyard and deputies came out and determine if they were in fact bone it's unknown at this time if the remains are human or animal besides the deputies the crime lab technicians and the coroner's office are all helping to collect the remains in to investigate that

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Wo Chan reads june 8, the smiley barista remembers my name

The Poetry Magazine Podcast

08:53 min | 7 months ago

Wo Chan reads june 8, the smiley barista remembers my name

"We spoke Oke with wo Chan about their poem. June eight the Smiley Barista remembers my name. I was trying to write a sonnet day about my day and I was thinking about that practice as a morning practice with a you. It was one of Japan's most rewarding writing experiences. But it wasn't easy ahead. This friend who is a horrible of and he was saying you know the only essential fear that people actually have is fear of the unknown in writing. You're constantly poking against the unknown. Chen says they're too scared to write all the time. And that's how you know you're writer because it's terrifying terrifying to do it and so I would always start by just saying like what I did or something I did and then as it was going it gave me permission to start asking bigger questions. Here's wo Chan reading June eight. The Smiley Barista remembers my name. Beauty on earth so blue even the cheese flowers a culture with no democracy yesterday for example. I ate the same sandwich I eat every week. EGGPLANT roasted red pepper. I only a for Kacha jammed full by Ruger capers. sweaty in Brown's butter. How have come to love routine? I'm thirsty and a bash. It the fabric of my childhood underwear triple axels and the wind while how the whole neighborhood watches me. Do emails go to therapy. She shed revenge for forgiveness. I said it I forgive you. Slipping like a key beneath adore. Were never was a house. Attached is it beauty on earth so blue each side stalled your touched for standing the sun. It's fat Macula born down grips. I wish I saw I fear here. I heard I dream like an emotion. This is not a feeling this can be I think a conversation. There's there's so much sensory wonderfulness in this poem. If you are not hungry yet you will be when you hear the description of the sandwich. I think what's really interesting about this poem as well. It reaches back to the Patriarch in sonnet. Although it's not doing the strict you you know rhyme scheme of that it is divided into an octave in assessed at light the traditional patrols on it is and it does kind of have at that moment of discovery switch. You know what we call the Volta in the sonnet where something turns something changes and it seems to me what what happens to really turn this poem and give us a real revelation. Is this concept of forgiveness. She shed revenge for forgiveness. I set it. I forgive you and that sense of that says stat moment reaching back up into the the previous part of the poem the eight lines that begin it really That really comes back to succumb to interpret and to reveal everything thing that the poet has been enjoying in the first eight lines of the poem. It seems like one of the things were getting from this palm at at least is that forgiveness can enable you to experience the world differently and to redouble your pleasures that you already taken the world. It's a curious process to and what I love about this poem. How it got me to think about it because I'm sure many people I have this feeling the same every week? And when you do that you can ask yourself like. Why am I doing exactly the same there? There is a sort of ritualistic daily life that we rely on and yet moment to moment that sameness is overturned overturned by so many different kinds of things whether it could be something or somebody that you see or a memory that comes back. That's part of the the sort the fabric of your life or the neighborhood. Everybody watching each other and there's something very alive and it. It's not the kind of ritual ritual that locks you down what I like is it opens you up. especially that sense of urban life. And it's sort of descends wonderfully wonderfully from Frank O'hara it does feel like you know you know Harris Poems. He's kind of writing to and for his own sort. Sort of group has friends. His neighborhood and this has the virtues of of inaugural poem exploit its open wide to all kinds of different people and open wide to the kind of beauty and forgiveness that as the end of the poem says in. Volta is not a feeling feeling this can be. I think a conversation which is so ingenious because it can be a conversation. So it's not making taking some kind of presumption but I like even that it says I think which is conversational but it's also literally true and be I think a conversation sation because you have to think conversation into existence and ultimately that's what this palm does it sort of opens up from being thirsty and abashed. You could almost feel the poet kind of hunkering down you know at a meal. And then in the it's surprisingly generously wonderfully at the end. It's sort of throws open. The poet throws open their arms. Ready to keep on to keep going on to survive to see what happened. Um to taste what's possible. Yeah absolutely and we know that this is dated June eight. We know from speaking going to the poet that this was a series of poems that the poet wrote in that sense of. There's something in every day. Say That you can write about that. Can Be part of a palm is just really inspiring and again I love that idea of of Sameness routine habits. You know. These are things that we don't always think about and yet in a poem we can can and they're going to resonate and taste and smell and all those those things differently and I agree. There's a kind of joy joy that Frank O'Hara took in his walks and his movements around the neighborhood his conversations with his friends and you know the sense and so here of beauty on earth so blue even that she's flowers a culture with no democracy. Took me a few reasons to to get past. Has that first line break. But the the notion that the flowering cheeses culture with no democracy was something to be celebrated as sort of like got joke in the first first couple of lines their ranks. We think oh a culture with no democracy. That's not that's not good but in the cheese culture it actually it could aid so You know the idea of grasping on to something and saying okay. This is not a metaphor. Actually I believe this is a sensory experience having to do with how fully I'm experiencing my lunch and my life in the neighborhood and my world it Kinda does make you WANNA go out. Side skirts. Look around and you know for me just that as it progresses is towards the structure or routines of its end as a sonnet. It flowers there where it's so beautiful. I said it I forgive you. Slipping like a key beneath the door where never was a house attached and then as if that's not ravishing enough you know beauty on hurt so blue. Each aside stalled your touched for standing the sun. That's so arresting for standing in the sun and it sort of helps you keep your feet on the ground a little bit the two so I find this to be. Just a a wonderfully memorable heartening and inspiring. I might read it. You know over and over again in my routine or something but you know as you said earlier. There's something in this house on. It should work. That makes you go back beginning beginning and read again and light of we've ended

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"ruger" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

14:59 min | 7 months ago

"ruger" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

"Two long rifle with a weird safety the you can actually engage by accident while you're trying to clear malfunction action. I mean to to be fair though. The army and the Marine Corps issued a gun. You can totally engaged the safety Functions for years so well they also they also issued again that when you throw it on the ground could choose more recent one into into the other always funny to me to watch dudes with him nine. Try to rack it like you wouldn't come across the top and every every time they would engage the safety and I'm just looking at the gun like look. I'm and you don't have that problem with a nine hundred eleven. Don't know or the or the fifty-seven this this safety is really the one thing that makes this for me hard. No Oh honestly I don't hate it. I like the idea of okay. Obviously I like did you if you carry elsie peak. No here's a training option for you because LDP's are not fun to shoot. Its shot. Well I have an original sleepy and yes. It's hard to shoot yes. I don't really care for it but for the price. If you're wearing something and you need very very minimal showing you know you need something super small to hide dress. Yes when I wear the Black Dress Dan. I can hide the L. C. P. and I can't hide a Glock nineteen so what's repeal in three eighty. Six one five. It's five five or six weeks. I'll be honest with you. I'm not I'm not Enthusiastic about the way they treat these things because I've got the L. C. three eighty eighty. And nothing's well rested a crap and that he was throwing my gun sight so well so my thing is is that I would rather in a gun this size. I would prefer to have eleven eleven rounds of twenty two over seven rounds three eighty. I think I think I would. I just just would now. I am not a huge fan of semiautomatic twenty twos because August mentioned a rare thing. But I think if you loaded Umag carefully you know and that's just a risky but that safety just now are no that is a until that thing comes off no way in hell now. One thing I've had happened to my L. C. three eighty s cross in is right about midway down the slide. He yeah the one to take him apart. Yeah I've actually used my somehow. I use my thumb so hard on the darn thing it popped it out jam. That aren't thing I'll because mine. You like literally you have to take like something in pride up. It's hard to give out. This thing was that was doing like a day of shooting and some other grant with L.. Happen to pin just worked. Its way loose go ahead. No go ahead. 'cause I wanNA see something I wanNA compare to size the SR twenty two to elsie heat. And that's Salaam thinking so they normally rigor does rim-fire pretty well. What they don't do very well is semi automatic center? Fire stuff you know what I mean. Yeah but I mean name me. One military or law enforcement NJ issues Ruger handgun. There's not Hannibal. Oh Hannibal Use Ruger. Never Mind Oh yeah go ahead guys. I'm just going to pull up the to SPEC sheets on these and look at them side by side while I'm pretty much done because I'm with Zane I I liked the idea. I I mean I have zero problems with the L.. CPA and twenty two being easy to rack but that safety is just get rid of it. Please timber like they said they wanted to compete with the shield easy but then they kinda didn't they kind of just wanted to make a trainer for peace. They're like why not both and it doesn't really do either one very well. Yeah I think I I. I think you're probably right. Yeah I'm looking at this Overall length is five point two inches right five point two inches for the overall length on this and overall length on the SR twenty two is six point four so it's a little bigger and of course the safety on on on Sr twenty two which is right here is backwards to up for fire down for safe so it seems like somehow when Ruger tries to make anything other than the mark series twenty two. It's like they get hitting ahead and have a stroke could smell and because the mark series twenty twos are they're great. It's I mean how did you put a safety honest on this backwards from anything else. How did you put this on the l. c. p. what is that? What is the purpose of that? Oh because they were down to factory and they had extra dimmer switch that you can't figure out how to switch to a fifth. Here's the deal. Okay I'm going way out on Tony Limb here I have. I have a Larson twenty two K.. Right I won this. So that's the only reason I kept it. You know they're like what fifty eighty dollars tens long rifle. Okay the magazine so crappy. I can't load the full six in it. I have to load five right it. It's a striker fired. A single action with a safety. The safety is this little button that slides up and down. You cannot reach it or anything but I think it's still better than this because has it goes up and down like it's supposed to say about these guns where they put these Wonky safeties on. I don't know why they designed to say theus play but if if you ask her you when you get a shot show with the propaganda Talia is they put the safety on there so they can sell it and states that require safe or require this dry safety. That isn't stupid on IT I. I'm not going to argue that point. I'm just saying they put her on it. Put in a really walk you location and again do like Smith and Wesson does like when they bring out a new pistol a lot of times they bring out the one with the safety the one without safety and by the way the sights are fixed on this thing. Yeah Yeah exactly. So unlike I mean fine if using physical or whatever but I have in my twenty two even though it has an atrocious trigger I don't Know Dude I. I'm with all you guys. If you got rid of the safety it's a good training gun and if you wanna carry something deep cover or just running out the house and the pair frigging shorts and Utah Status into your little Desanta toaster because it should since it's the same size as elsie p two should work in all those holsters to so you don't even have to like so much right and then you did stuff. That was wrong. Not much around for many people in that. Safety is not a work around. I did find it funny. That one guy said things too short to be really accurate at long distance. And then I'm watch twenty to stir just plea at one hundred yards. Hit the target with it. It was hilarious. Areas like a ten inch gong constant Ting Ting Ting Ting. Ting Tang shouldn't a ten inch or eight inch gun at one hundred yards and I can still hit so this is still pretty accurate. Some of the guy was like you can't get any fifty yards with it It depends on you trigger and how you work. This is a small gun it does have a lot of recoil again. Switzer wacky dude. I'd be like okay as a trainee handgun. This would be great. I think we're all in consensus with the Elsie Tu. Okay now we'll go into something that probably nobody but maybe I care about This this there is the Lee at press. MS RPM one hundred ten plus. I'll explain that in a minute. I actually put this in there because we got a listener feedback on it. said he loves the show ETC ETC and like. Hey sweet so but he asked he asked about it The new APP press He liked the leads innovating new stuff and he has seventeen cartridge to load and he didn't think that AH dillon with the wood is out of his is price range with a completely understand. What this is is it's kind of interesting to me and I'll explain the why now? Yes it's a reloading press. It's okay They patented it. Which means it's something new You can mount a die. Reloading die at the top and bottom of the press most single stage reloading presses. You just have one at the top so it says you know now you can prime swayed something size bullets. Let's you know as two things at once. Basically they mentioned heavy and stuff like that. But they're dyke carriers are aluminum mm-hmm and died. AH GMS ARE NYLON. Acetyl co-polymer in some of the parts Deborah Carey Rides to central centralist grounded. Roller burnished column. So it's kind of like a bearing It's counterbalance centrally with coil. Spring so that the handle stays in the middle It's frame less design. So that what that does is it. Forces going directly to the dice through the steel linkages rather than through the frame rain like most of them do It does have a spent primer container but bushings to add standard seventies by fourteen. Dies stuff like that but I kind of I was like okay I can get behind this. The price is good but what a lot oppresses are kind of a pain in the butt. Do our size bullets if you cast yourself which this will do. The other presses will too but this issues like drop them out the bottom as you size them because of the sign and the thing I get is it will also allow you to fix swelled like pistol rounds like straight wall cases Like if you shoot nine allied or you find a lot of brass at the range you get it stuff that swelled cases because you're shooting it in like non fully supported chambered pistols. Well when you go to reload them. Your dis go down all the way and so you want to run them through a size buster thing whenever you want to call it die. That's the real reason boomers don't like glocks because all the drastic that data I the complete will now. They don't have a reason to be angry because as they can by the automatic processing press and they can fix that brass but it does all other things single reloading press will do You you can get just the press or automation kit. The price for one hundred ten is the act deluxe press which comes with extra stuff Basically clear the other stuff you know I reload sometimes flood like right now. I don't really because it's not worth it for me. And rifle I full rounds is about it but I have picked up a number of range brass that needs sized before I can size it and this is where where I think. This press shines pricewise. It's cheaper than a lot of the other presses. I figured I'd put it in here. Talk about it. I don't know if you've got. I don't know if you guys is reload. Any one Chad when you talk about reloading. I'm thinking about putting a new magazine. This'll I have your your speaking Greek to me my friend. I have no idea what's going on here. I've talked to people who reload I just don't have the high well takes a ton of time. I'm feeling to clean the brass Polish and some people enjoy it. I do it because I enjoy it. But because it's either a cheaper bird depending on when you know like right now. Prices are pretty inexpensive. So Dolly thing I'd do it for is rifles that I want accurate ammo for otherwise Even though I load nine forty five to twenty three stuff like that but because it's so inexpensive right now I just I'm looking at it the same way I'm like okay. Okay how am I saving money. I mean I understand. This machine is less expensive than of it right. It's a hundred and ten dollars. Yeah exactly all right. If you only differences France's with doing one or two things in your reloading around three or four times to get the final product Tony Things. I've talked to people who either and they say you don't save money the reality Saudi is you shoot more. You're able to more ammo shoot more for the same price. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah and I'm cool with that but I'm looking at yes. I totally understand that. How Oh that works? But I'm looking at the buying like okay so I have to get this right. I gotTA give this machine. How many exactly like like? How deep am I into this us? When do I start seeing a return or breaking even or anything you have to load depending on what you're loading Israel and you'd have to figure it out yourself like that's really the real question I think if you're trying to nine or forty five I on this a single stage I right? Yeah it's it's technically clearly a double stage press because you can hand it'll do one going out in one going up right so this is this is not something I would reload. This'll there's just no way. Isn't there a third step in pistol. Yes you got is for rifle cartridges and three for pistol for some reason. I don't understand how full have three died. Depending on what was shot shells I used to reload twelve gates quite a bit and it's a lot different from Italic. Reloaded did it ends. But yeah no interest me Zero zero I figured it Kinda would but if I if I was got into precision right for I think we'd get into reloading just is to make super accurate right. And that's like with me like I've loaded up like three hundred eight for rifle. I don't have any more but to get the most doc your load and then like I have my two forty-three that you know I'm shooting hundred five grain bullets out of now to get decent out of it and and to get an accurate. It's like I can reload them literally cheaper once I find the right load but I've already invested in all this stuff so but if you're brand new do like just go buy some good ammo you know like I said other stuff but it's probably i. I have a friend that has an old Lee. The reloaded press and it served him for like twenty some years before he actually broke it. You know and Lee is less expensive than some of the others I. I don't know if they're his. You know it wasn't built a strong but it lasted twenty some years. I've never used it right fine. Yeah single single. stagecraft the the thing you got.

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"ruger" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

Gun & Gear Review Podcast

02:49 min | 7 months ago

"ruger" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast

"With eight groups. It's not that probably anybody cares about that It says it has improved ergonomics. Easy to reach trigger robust slide release and reversible. The magazine release. Catch it is a steel slide with like lightening cuts tapped in it and tapped like we said Let's see it's textured frame as we all know looks like a about everything else that comes with two magazines. I you know. Here's my take on the five seven. I'll say before we talk about the gun. I think we need to talk about the round. Because there's a lot of internet folklore about this round what what is and what it is okay. Here's here's what my take on the five seventy S. I'm glad Ruger's making a pistol for it but I don't think this is where they should. You should put it at fifty cents around or more. This is not your standard everyday plonker. It's full-sized guns. So you'RE GONNA be duty Ore On defense. Not a lot of people are going to carry this gun. The five seven is I just I would rather just they made this in twenty two magnum mm-hmm because I can get cheap ammo. It's almost as good That's my opinion so five seven the terminal ballistics almost identify the twenty two magnum It's not a rifle cartridge snark going fast enough to do rifle stuff. cavitational temporary wound cabinet things like that. Not so it's it's a pistol cartridge. it also. Out of Vista linked barrels is not armor-piercing Ari Well and but then once it does it's got no actually do any damage as I was going to say isn't it soft body armor. It'll but I mean it should punch through it and by at twenty two MAG egg well to usually end the problem is you're not going to get twelve eighteen inch penetration after you do that. The Rams designed to be fired at full auto very very fast out of a ten inch barrel. That's what it was designed to Now it's not all doom and gloom. Because it's if you if you need twenty two magnum recall recall impulse and you don't want to deal with the nonsense that has rim lock and the reliability issues that that can get out of rim-fire congratulations. Yeah you don't have to pay fifteen hundred dollars for pistol chambered in five seven and the safeties at least in the right place on this gun. So why do they even have a safety. I I don't know because it's Ruger and they still double down on safety on this early. Plus I think it also doesn't magazine disconnect. I'm maybe maybe I didn't pick up on that one. I look like this five seven fun around the frigate shoot huge blast extent. Yes so what..

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Militiamen withdraw from US Embassy but Iraq tensions linger

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Militiamen withdraw from US Embassy but Iraq tensions linger

"Hundreds of US troops are deployed to the Middle East in response to the volatile attacks at the US embassy compound in Baghdad by Iranian backed militiamen the militia men and their supporters were told to pull back by an umbrella group of fighters backed by a run they're claiming victory after clashing with US marines guarding the embassy compound in Iraq's capital city setting fires and smashing windows foreign policy analyst William Ruger with the Charles coke institute says this all stems from the US ratcheting up the sanctions on Tehran not working to reduce tensions and it's not creating a docile Arron in fact it's actually quit creating more hostilities are more challenges a run has denied involvement in the attack on the embassy which is also straining US relations with a rock Jackie Quinn Washington

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"ruger" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

12:20 min | 8 months ago

"ruger" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Of fun and and I locked eyes on a Ruger. Pc Nine carving rbm going home was it like love at first sight. You know you look into each other's is in our and that was the thing it actually was so I really do believe in miracles. uh-huh why the obvious question is this is an I wanna say it's odd it's not. It's a cool little rifle all but it is different enough to where you say. Okay what is the use. So what was it about the PC nine that got your attention. Well I wanted something a little larger roger than you know playing with a twenty two something. That wasn't gonNA break the bank and I figure nine millimeters pretty inexpensive true and the gun is really different. It kind kind of reminds me if the emlyn carving was designed today kind of what it really is. You know it's interesting. I say is kind of because the carbon urban was actually a little thirty caliber pistol round really right Really made it very intriguing so I took it out and and I Fired it out at the range and I tell you I. I have a certain expectation I usually set in my mind. You know what. I'm hoping that the firearm will be this. Far Far exceeded it also The quality of the fit and finish the accuracy. Accuracy is really amazing on this and I I ran all the AMMO that I could find just to see what it was gonNA do flawless. Lalla where you didn't have an expectation of a lot of accuracy now I figure you know out of Nine millimeter I figure it was probably. It'll be navy GONNA lack. I figure you know me. Hundred hundred and fifty yards my might be able to hit a of round target. But I don't nope out by at two seventy five. I was hitting that foot round target and I was putting wait. Wait wait wait. Wait at two hundred. Seventy five yards to seventy five. This the thing is super amazingly accurate. It's unbelievable what kind of side did you put on this thing. It's just running the ironsides and it's the site that One carving and how much are you having to hold. I mean. That's a lot of drop or nine millimeter dead distance. I would think right and I get compensate knowing what the drop was but I was able to get a lot of Brown's on target. That's impressive. I was really impressed with it. I mean I thought this just can't be for real. There's somebody's gotta be the main someone's in the Bush shooting at my because mapping Kinda guy out there when you shoot he runs out and whack said steel target with a hammer. Do you reload your ammunition or is this factory ammo reload. I fire all factory AMMO. Okay awesome so I thought you bought the gun. Just because you had a dozen Glock mags laying around and said what can I buy that these fit into I. I like the guy at the counter. Wasn't sure if if the Ruger magazines were specific to the PC nine and when we got to look and full of further into it at stamped damped SR nine right standard s are nine meg and also it comes with an adapter. You put it there and you can use glock magazines in that rifle. Yeah in fact. I have not played with that yet but I did pick up a couple of the What is it Mag Paul Magazines and of course you can also get if you look around. You can find a thirty two or thirty three round Glock Meg. That'll work in there. Now you've got a lot of fun. Oh Oh yeah and in fact if I don't quote me on this but I know as made by Mac Pulse of drum I wanna say it's fifty or sixty round drum. They make you too. I believe now. You're having a fun day at the rains. Now let me throw this out to. You may have already thought about this but I will tell you. I think that the repeal nine car being is actually actually a really good home defense gun. It's funny that you say that because I was running the The one carbon And now then the rigor pc nine in its place ammos better. You got more ammo in a magazine. It's more modern probably more reliable and you got all this great defensive ammo now in nine millimeter. I just think it'd be a great home gun really do right. Oh you know what I actually she liked you. I got my notes here. It was It was two hundred and twenty five yards that I was shooting at that point blank. Then Gee Whiz they got that space down my hallway and my house not thinking the great stocking stuffer for you would be one of those universal meg voters to save the Thumb Initiative actually hinted to the live about stocking stuffers already got her. She's the one that got her concealed weapons permit thirty eight and she shot the carbon. No she has not shot. Got It yet but I know knowing her as well as I do really like it. You Bet because again you almost recoil. That's what a great little rifle. I mean that's a home run with that show. Yes absolutely and and people were eagerly awaiting that coming back to the market and I mart enough to allow you to use Glock magazine. That was that was very UN ruger like in the old days and just brilliant right so we we have in our store like one of the old original Sr nine. I'm thinking that We could give you a combo deal there. Think I will tell you. I am a big fan of this this also. I don't know why that thing got bypassed and people don't pay attention to it but I love it. It's it's got a great trigger. It is slim I mean I just think it's a great shooting pistol nine see. That's one of our favorites and those who don't no if you can find one used out there scarfs it up because that is a nice pistol. Really Rigor pets one of the magazines that were than the PC thirty nine is also the river security nine magazine really. I didn't know that were not. I pick one up and I thought I'M GONNA experiment and see if this is gonNa work because it looked the same side by side it just looks shorter So loaded up put it in there and it yeah. It was flawless at worked great. Well I'll be darned. I did not know that. Just learn something. That's cool or Brad thank you. That is a great range report and congrats and let me tell you hitting targets past two hundred yards with the nine millimeter. Carbon is impressive. It's not just the rifle it's also the shooter. Well my wife says Used sure spent a lot of time out of their range and says yeah well pays off it pays as off making it better. Shooter also pays off keeping you out of the house. So there's that so everybody wins on that one. Thanks Brad take yea. Hey let's talk with Darryl. He's driving through Ohio out of cell phone range. Now Dare you still there. Oh good good so I here. You went hunting. Yeah Pennsylvania with my father in law and his uncle and my wife and uncle sue went very well for me. I ended up with a huge eight point. Buck probably two hundred pounds holy cow. So I'm a gun. So what did you shoot. A with I bought a thirty six REMINGTON seven hundred classics. My brother-in-law several years ago to hunt out there. And that's what I got it with. I Buck I've got with that. Is that like an older. Like maybe a fifteen twenty year old rifle. Yeah that is that fabulous stock design. The the seven hundred classic has great classic stock design. That I think is one of the prettiest stocks rooms ends ever put on a rifle. You scored huge with that. That one made really good were. Yeah that stock if I remember right it's not. It looks very. Are you much like Michelle. The original Ruger seventy seven stock that lend Brownell was involved in the design of that famous stock maker that Classic Classic style stock and not the glossy monte-carlo it's an oil finished stock up. I've always lost it over. I thought that Remington really got it right with those and yeah that goes back. Probably fifteen twenty. I bet it's twenty five years old. I wouldn't wouldn't be at all surprised if he ever wanted to get rid of their eiffel. Ah I you daryl. You are driving through Ohio right now. I know the store you could stop in. If you're going anywhere near Toledo just so happens. I hope by the way do you WanNa Ruger. Sr Nine uh-huh goodness. Are you going by Toledo by chance driving through Saleo right now south. Yup All righty. Well congrats on the buck. That is terrific What emory is by the way I had been using herders Up until this year and I it was running low and didn't have time to run down and get it Cabela's so I Got Some Day one hundred fifty grain from rural king and that worked really good. Yes it will all if you shoot him in the right place they will generally died right there about two times and fell over. Yeah Yeah it's pretty hard to beat a thirty six. I mean there's there's a reason it's been so popular for more than one hundred years. That is great well. Congratulations at his excellent. We I appreciate shape. The range report on that one. That's terrific thanks Cheryl drive safely man all right. Well there you go. I mean think about how classic does that get a Rim seven seven hundred Bolt Action Classic stock in Thirty Six for Pennsylvania hut which is for those who have been to Pennsylvania. I don't know you guys know the drill that is like deer hunter heaven. Yeah in the woods turned blaze orange. If I don't know if it's true true but I heard a story that way back as before. Cellphones that the phone companies would actually go put cell phones Out at various places on the roads because there were so many hunters out and on deer and deer season but evidently it's just like they closed the the public schools and people. Just get off work and everybody goes on. Why would you put cellphones? I I you lost me for the pay phone pay payphones out there for people because they had so many people out and before cell phones are out they pay phones out installed him out there so I don't know if that's true but I like the image here. Hey found we'll spread it spread it is also payphone. Is They have a shelf and they leave often there and you put a dollar on their and use. Its that boxes. Superman changed in kidding. Yeah among all those things you show pictures of two younger people say you know what this that end back. When phones had buttons you pushed I or maybe collect call that you wanted to make or you can pick me up when you get the call at the house all right and you would yell out? The window is Michelle Long Distance. Add right a long distance call. You had to come running. Because somebody's meter was running. What exactly we're GONNA take a deep breath while we geeze here in the.

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"ruger" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"ruger" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"ruger" Discussed on Dateline NBC

Dateline NBC

16:20 min | 1 year ago

"ruger" Discussed on Dateline NBC

"People go talk to once again, Dave told the detective he was home from his fire department meeting by the time. Jordan arrive that eight thirty remember though the night of the murders. He said he was in the bathroom when Jordan was dropped off. Now, his story was a little different methods dog back small inconsistencies, but detectives also wanted to ask about their strongest piece of evidence bullets showcasing consistent with a nine millimeter. Ruger handgun the Dave own that type of gun you have a Ruger. Ruger, no divorce. Just to. Co worker.

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"ruger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"ruger" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Prosecutors can go to the grand jury with not a lot of evidence smart. Prosecutors don't do that. And I couldn't agree with you more. And I thought about that I thought about it quite a bit. And you know, what if they really wanted to they probably could have gotten an indictment. Having said that there's no way they could have proven that case beyond a reasonable doubt claim Mike we interviewed you for the book. And I think you said you would have subpoenaed him to a grand jury at that way. At least you you put him through the motions where he's got to invoke his right against self-incrimination and might have put a little bit of pressure on him. But I mean who knows and like I said, I know about ruger's reputation well enough to know that if he if there was an option that he could have taken that would've worked he would have done it, and they never identified the suspect. And I'm wondering if you would have followed that policy. Well, you know, what I really don't know if I were the prosecutor back, then I don't think ought to handle it any differently than Mel Ruger did. And you know, like I said this was a nationwide investigation so much time and energy put into. And it must have just killed them that they could because I think JT everybody knows who it was. But that's one thing proving it beyond a reasonable doubts. Another. Absolutely. Well,.

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"ruger" Discussed on Big Ideas with Ben Weingarten

Big Ideas with Ben Weingarten

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"ruger" Discussed on Big Ideas with Ben Weingarten

"What in your view would be a just resolution to what has transpired, what would you like to see happen will? I would like to get my course back, definitely. I think I'm exploring avenues for that. The university dean Ruger really has liable to me. He has traduced me. I think that if there was true discovery. That his assertion that I have spoken fulls hoods would be debunked. So I'm thinking about what to do about that. If anything. But I guess I have a fantasy that something like a rebellion would occur, the people who funnel money to the university and keep it afloat, the big donors, the overseers, the trustees would rise up and quit and just say, we're not going to do this anymore. I mean, someone needs to start a movement de-fund the IV's defunding universities. I mean, they are now a force for evil. I truly do believe that they are odious if you go into any average classroom, what you hear is that we are an irredeemable racist bigoted society that western civ is corrupt and deserves to die. I mean. All of these preposterous propositions being uttered by people who enjoy the fruits of our heritage and our legacy and the sacrifices of our progenitor 's every day. These people are at the at the very least ungrateful. And at the worst utterly destructive. And I guess there's a twisted irony that these very institutions that stem from the core Judeo-Christian classical liberal principles of western civilization, it seems sowed the seeds of the destruction of those very principle light. So it's the suicide of the west. But as you know, a number of conservative commentators have heralded this development. This is not a new idea. Liberalism ultimately defeats it self. Amy, thanks so much. Thank you. If you join this conversation,.

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"ruger" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"ruger" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Could be with us the supreme court started the current term back in october with a docket that could have a lasting impact on politics and culture including major cases on partisan gerrymandering and lgbt rights six months later the justices are done with oral arguments and approaching the end of the term in june and they have not crossed off much on their to do list it's a story by todd ruger at roll call todd set this up well right now the supreme court last last month finished all their oral arguments for the term and all they've got left is to issue all the decisions in those cases they've got thirty nine cases they haven't issued decisions for they've got to get them out by the end of june which is when the term ends and there's a whole bunch of you know major cases blockbuster cases on politics and culture well to one of the one of the biggest profile ones is a case about partisan gerrymandering and what that is is this is how states can draw congressional and state house districts in in their state to carve carpet up to to gain political advantage for the candidates they want to win and what the court is looking at his how much politics is too much politics are they crafting these districts so that they're not really representing voters anymore and they've actually got two cases that they've taken the where they're going to consider that there's another one on lgbt lgbt rights and that is out of colorado there's a cake baker he he calls himself a cake artist and he says he doesn't want to design his art for same sex marriages same sex wedding ceremonies so the colorado civil rights division said you can't do that you can't discriminate against lgbt couples and that's now at the supreme court so the courts is going to have to decide whether what's more important the religious rights or the religious beliefs of this cake artists or the civil rights of the gay couples well back to the gerrymandering decision will that be relevant for every state.

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"ruger" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"ruger" Discussed on Brown Chicken Brown Cow Podcast

"Let me be all the things and connect them in ways that i feel a really really beneficial and or out for me as well as other people that's really beautiful so okay we're we're coming up near the end of our time we haven't asked you yet what barnyard animal you would be and it can be any barnyard animal animal it can be just an animal just because i i have to i have a lover that still calls me best and since i just saw a black panther forever like panther ooh i would oh man i was calling your coverage fighting him back we're going to get attacked great thank you so much for coming on q it's been really great having you yeah you folks should tune in on april thirteenth we're gonna have a button there get your people you're gonna press the button button does does on april thirteen where we will be interviewing ruger on harm reduction services in terms of sex workers and i think it was the time crystal this so tune in next week and we'll see hey everyone and welcome to the brown chicken brown cow podcast and to your favorite sex positive body positive all things positive doc show or really excited to be here again talking about our monthly topic which is expert in sex workers to my left i have miss laura hi i'm feeling very positive about the show today sex positive a had to tie that in and our guest today on my right is melinda ruger who's here to talk to us about harm reduction services melinda thank you so much for being with us.

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"ruger" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"ruger" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Why do hunters and shooters loud the ruger american rifle with right handed and left handed versions all weather magnum compact predator ranch and scope package options there's a ruger american for everyone lightweight with an adjustable trigger and minute of angle accuracy ruger american rifles pack in the features is the ruger american the best way for on the market see for yourself at your local retailer at ruger dot com that's ruger dot com this land once wild and free fades now from our memory but i remember what it was like what we were like what we're capable of when we band together perhaps more than any other landscape wet last embodied the life giving abundance that nature has to offer and perhaps more than any other organization ducks unlimited working to ensure that our continent's wetlands not only survive thrive for generations well beyond this natural wonders are where waterfowl began their cycle of life with a deer and the antelope playing and where we the people gathered together to see and share what makes the outdoors so great the time is now to band together with organizations like ducks unlimited time is now to rescue our wetlands attacks happen every day how will you react see real people put in real life criminal attacks situations on first person defender.

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"ruger" Discussed on 1380 AM The Answer

1380 AM The Answer

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ruger" Discussed on 1380 AM The Answer

"The academic left has been running for ms wax since last august when she co wrote a philadelphia inquirer op ed calling for a return to the bourgeois culture of the nineteen fifties she was branded a white supremacist for advocating personal responsibility even though the oped criticized quote the single parent antisocial habits prevalent among some were in class whites half the penn law faculty signed an open letter denouncing the oped the dean ted ruger asked her to take a leave of absence being ruger you should be proud of yourself you went vile vile what is happening it's by the way at the core of leftism is moral weakness because i told you they never fight evil they fight people who fight evil that's a defining characteristic of the left that's the reason the thought of of a teacher being armed so offends them because the teacher would be fighting evil the moral compass of the left is broken poor amy waxed because there's nobody at the university who will take her side maybe some other professors will we'll see but but i mean at the top and black lives matter threatens to disrupt the campus the answer of dean ruger and the president of university of pennsylvania should be if you disrupt our campus we will call the police and you'll be arrested that isn't that the answer to threats of violence but if the violence comes from the left the left doesn't give a damn about it liberals might give a damn but they're too weak to stop it liberal still think their enemy are conservative.

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