Why don’t they just shoot him in the leg? If I had a dollar every time someone asked that question I would have enough money to buy a new gun every week. On This weeks episode of NOIR we talk briefly about the concept of shooting threat in the Leg. I also review the Coonan .357 Magnum and LaSorte has a bit of tactical relapse on Ep.16 of NOIR.
Travis Haley, Rob Pincus, Dom Rasso, Gary Russlle Jr., Edgar Jones, John, Wayne Walding, and Andrew Kline each ran the demanding 14-stage NRA Freestyle course designed to put their athleticism, firearms training and mental toughness to the test. Find out who will win the NRA Freestyle Challenge at the end of the season.
My phone chimes indicating I just received a text message: “Would you disown me if I put a Nikon Optic on my AR?” I’m sitting in the middle of my living room floor, decompressing from a long day, and eyeing the coyote-brown Daniel Defense DDM4V5LW lying on the floor. It’s almost 12 a.m., and my friend is still texting me about guns.
On this weeks episode, LaSorte and I spend some time with Green Beret John Wayne Walding. John Lost his leg during a six-hour firefight in Afghanistan and went on to become the first amputee to graduate the Special Forces sniper course. Now, he builds custom rifles through his company 5 Toes Customs. I also review the 500 Magpul Series shotgun from Mossberg.
On this episode of ASK NOIR, I address the impact that the Zombie craze may or may not have on the image of the gun community. I also answer your questions from last weeks episode and respond to comments.
I have a ferocious sweet tooth. I purposely don’t keep snacks, candy or any other diabetes-inducing substance in my apartment. If I am going to indulge my sweet tooth I am going to have to earn it, and no I don’t mean play find the girl with the lowest self-esteem on Tinder. I force myself to get up, put clothes on and walk to CVS at the bottom of my building.