Shooting The Breeze Podcast: Episode 37

San Lotano Habano and Buck Bantam - 1

After a week long break spent trying to get well, I have a fresh new episode of Shooting The Breeze for your viewing/listening pleasure. This episode runs about fifty minutes and includes three pieces of news (big thanks to Nick for the help), two pieces of featured content, a cigar and drink pairing, and a disappointing update on my brother’s Taurus 709 Slim.

Pre-News:
  • Winners of the My Gun Database License Giveaway
    • Rocky
    • Dale
    • Lane
  • May Contest for a Signed copy of SHOOT by Julie Golob coming up – Sponsored by Stogie Review
In The News:
Featured Content:
Cigar and Drink Pairing:

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Discussion Topic:

Four weeks ago my brother picked up a Taurus 709 Slim at a local Gun Show. Unfortunately, the gun he purchased had problems and needed to be sent back to the manufacturer for repair. In this episode, I spend a few minutes talking about the status of the repair.



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4 comments On Shooting The Breeze Podcast: Episode 37

  • Damn there are a hell of a lot of ways to get a hold of you!!! ahah Sucks about your experience with Taurus well your Brothers experience. I have stayed away from that company just due to the large amounts of complaints I have heard about them. With Guns being on the rise and such a hot button topic you would think they would stay on top of their products and really make an effort to produce something better. If I know they have problems then they must know they have problems. Great show love the Oval line and most of AJ’s stuff didn’t they also put out a Connie in that line?

    • Corey,
      I’ve read a bunch of good reviews on the Taurus 709 Slim. Hopefully Taurus takes care of it and my brother never has another issue with the gun.

      I also like the Oval but it is a bit pricey. I picked up a Corona from Sir Stogies the other day and it was close to $8.00. As much as I like them, that is a steep price to pay for such a small cigar.

      There is a San Lotano Connecticut but Sir Stogies only had the Maduro (6×60) and Habano (54×5.00) in stock.

  • Nice episode Walt. I will give the San Latano a try, I’ve been smoking mostly Alec Bradley Blackmarket.

    A news item for you: http://www.jdnews.com/articles/killed-103251-residents-attorney.html

    • Nick,
      I was browsing a firearm forum yesterday when I saw a new thread that went something like “2 Robers break into the house of Marines”. I thought it was going to be a joke or some type of “chain letter” story so I didn’t bother clicking through.

      It looks like your news story confirms it. It wasn’t a joke, people were dumb enough to try and rob Marines.

      Thanks for sharing.

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