This is the John1911 Podcast. Episode 3.
Over morning coffee, Freeze and I discuss crackheads, meth heads, and how the drug trade has changed over the past 20 years.
The name of the blog John1911.com Where does that name come from? It's actually a play on a bible verse of John Chapter 19, verse 11. Or written as John19:11. It's a rebellion against conventional wisdom and authority.
As a Second Amendment business, we have noticed that Facebook is censoring our demographic. So we have decided to diversify with the www.john1911.com
Freeze is building a precision rifle out of the remnants of a FINN Sniper that I cracked the stock on last year. The goal is 800 yards on steel.
So you want to get into 3-gun? What gear to buy? Here is our advice. It's worth what you paid for it.
The Swiss Guard & Blackwater. Not so different.
This is episode 2 of the John1911.com podcast.
Freeze and Marky at their morning meeting at tacticaltshirts.com. Freeze and I discuss mounting a Mauser Sniper SSR rail to a 41B sniper.
Freeze discusses how the fake military collectables were getting to be so undetectable, that he sold off his MILSURP inventory and exited the industry.
Tacticaltshirts, by popular request, is offering company decals. But are you afraid to post Pro-Gun stickers on your vehicles?
The crazies are screaming about the Bilderburgers and a secret Vatican lead by a "black Pope". Yup. You can't make this stuff up.
And finally Freeze waves me off on a M1-D Garand on gun broker that was obviously fake.
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This is the John1911 Podcast. Episode 1. Freeze and Marky talk about
French MAS 36 and MAS 49/56 rifles.
Will Syrian ammo be safe going forward?
Steel targets have changed the MILSURP shooting game.
Sistema 1911 pistol musing and how expensive they have gotten.
Why we shut down the Russian Mosin-Sniper Giveaway and how giveaways will change going forward. And what problems we faced with the crybabies and cheaters.
A WWI 1913 Colt Frame on Gunbroker. Freeze wants me to rebuild a WWI Colt that is a complete wreck.
We lost on a Robinson M96 auction.
Fireclean and Freeze had never heard of it! Lucky him! But he has been using Crisco as a patch lube in black powder rifles since the 1980's.