Shooting The Breeze Podcast: Episode 3

The time has come for Episode 3 of the formal Gun Podcast of WaltInPA.com, Shooting The Breeze. I’m not sure how this schedule has worked out that episodes are generally posted on a Tuesday (Aside from the fact that I work from home and I generally do my uploading in the background) but my plan of posting every two weeks has kind of fallen apart. Simply put, I enjoy doing these videos and have been eager to sit down in front of the camera to produce a new episode.

I can’t promise that I’ll be able to hold this schedule but I can say for sure that next week will be a challenge. As those of you following Stogie Review may already know, I will be attending the Famous Cigar Expo in Easton, PA this weekend. Covering the event as a member of the press is going to make prepping for and recording Episode 4 of Shooting The Breeze very difficult. I’ll do the best I can, so keep your eyes peeled.

Due to a lack of content, the format of this episode was changed up a bit. Instead of doing a segment on Featured Content, I replaced it with a question that I received on Facebook. The Topic of Discussion also turned into a discussion of my most recent range trip.

The episode runs just under an hour and covers the items listed in the show notes below. After you finish with the episode, head down to the comments section and give me some feedback. Thanks for the support!

Show Notes

In The News:

Facebook Question:

  • This questions comes from Richard and was posted as a comment on Facebook about my new Smith & Wesson Bodyguard.
  • Nice review. Don’t know much about hand guns but hoping to learn a thing or two here. Would a small handgun like this be good for home protection or is it more for concealment on the body?

Cigar and Beverage Pairing:

Topic of Discussion:

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2 comments On Shooting The Breeze Podcast: Episode 3

  • One thing you will enjoy about reloading ammo is being able to tweek the amount of grain you add. This definitely helps with recoil, you can find what works best for you. Keep the shows coming, really enjoy them.

    • Jan,
      I can’t wait to give it a try. I already have visions me of sitting infront of a reloading bench wearing goggles and a white lab coat, concocting up a charge like some kind of mad scientist.

      Thanks for taking the time to watch and comment. I appreciate it

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