Humo Jaguar 2011 and Smith and Wesson MP9 - 1

According to Murphy’s Law, anything that can go wrong will go wrong. That certainly was the case yesterday when I was driving home from work with plans to get right on to producing this episode. Even though things didn’t go according to plan, I was able to wrap up the podcast before it became too late.

This episode runs close to an hour and ten minutes. In addition to the two video formats available, an audio only version can be streamed or download at the bottom of this post.

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Pre-Show Banter:
  • Days activities leading up to the podcast
  • Update on the Spyderco Delica 4
  • Next carry knife will be the Spyderco Native 4

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Cigar Notes:
The Humo Jaguar gets it name from a cigar blending competition held at an annual Cigar Festival in Honduras. In 2011, the blend put together by Nestor Miranda won and was branded Humo Jaguar. It is made up of Honduran Fillers, a binder from Talanga (Honduras), and an Oscuro Wrapper from Honduras.

If you are interested in trying the Humo Jaguar 2011
pick up the phone and order from my preferred retailer.

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Featured Topic:

In this episode I take a look at video recorded from a USPSA match shot at Lower providence Rod & Gun Club. After watching the footage, I talk about how I addressed the stage and what I would have done differently if shooting the stage a second time.

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