Last week I went out on a limb and posted my video on Selecting a Pocket Pistol to Suit My Needs on the Gun Rights Radio Network Forum. In my post, I asked for some feedback because I have been thinking about doing a gun podcast. Armed with some solid feedback, I sat down and thought long and hard about taking the next step.

I decided that it wouldn’t hurt anything to give it a try. I struggled to come up with a format that I was happy with. My first draft looked like an episode of the Gun Dudes, minus the golden comedic value, so I overhauled my notes. After about draft three I had something on paper that I felt comfortable with.

The Pilot Episode, if you will, is outlined below in my show notes. I have included links to the items that were discussed in the video and hope that you take a few minutes and check them out. The run time of the show turned out to be about fifty minutes.

The funny thing about this entire process is that I’m pretty nervous about putting this show out there. I have been doing video cigar reviews, over at Stogie Review, for about four years and never felt anxious about anything that I put together for public consumption. I suppose the change in subject and extreme length of video are what stirred my nerves. At any rate, I hope you enjoy the podcast and I look forward to hearing from you in the comments section down below.

Show Notes

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Cigar and Drink Pairing

In this episode, the cigar and drink pairing was Caribou Coffee and an E.P. Carrillo New Wave Connecticut. For more information on this cigar, take a look at the review over at Stogie Review. To purchase, I would recommend reaching out to Buckhead Cigar Club in Atlanta Georgia (Phone: 404-844-0400).

Topic of Discussion

In this show I wanted to talk a little about how to catch the eye of a consumer in a forum classified post, selling firearms. Never having sold a gun in this fashion, my point of view is completely from the side of someone browsing the web for a potential purchase.

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