Most all of us have had the “my first gun” moment in our lives. Some you may be going through the “my first gun” decision process right now. During our SOTG Homeroom from Crossbreed Holsters, Professor Paul considers the entry-level gun and how to encourage people, not discourage them.
For our Brownells Bullet Point segment, Paul and Jarrad will take a look at innovation versus imitation. Which one of these ideas is more important? Or, do both imitation and innovation have merit, depending on the situation?
Scott Hambrick of Online Great Books is back for part two of the Ideas of Liberty segment. Paul, Jarrad, and Scott continue their conversation. You never know what topics will come up when these three get together.
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- TOPIC: Innovation vs. Imitation
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There are guns for fun and guns for fighting. Canik pistols are built for fighting. For the last five years or so I have been working with the modern incarnations of the Canik pistol line. The first version that I had the opportunity to work with was the TP9SA.
Since that first experience, I have evaluated and carried several models of Canik pistol. Let’s take a moment to examine the various handguns and how we may use them.
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