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Handgun Radio 355 – FFL’d

Hello and welcome to Handgun Radio! I’m your host Ryan Michad from the wild woods of Central Maine, and this is your home for all the news, information and discussion in the 

This week, we talk FFL’ing!

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Week In Review:

Ryan: -Birthday time! Bulleit Bourbon & Tommy Emmanuel concert at the State Theater in Portland!

Weerd:

Kyle: Shot pistols at a friend’s farm yesterday. Went to a Father’s Day car show today.

Drink Segment:  Griffo Gin

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$2,000 Entries:

Listener Mike:

Easy:

Walther P5 and a S&W Model 10 or 15

Listener Chuck:

Two grand on a gun or guns?   hmm.

Since I’m at this point pretty firmly in the carry revolver camp, Kimber K6s plus full kit for it.  Going by Midway USA’s pricing, the gun itself gets you almost to a grand.  $958

Add Crimson Trace lasergrip, $370

Add a Mika pocket holster.  $32

And figure some good belt holster. and a speedloader carrier, ~$100.

All that leaves you ~$350 left over.  Pick some Taurus to fill it out.  Say, a bobbed hammer DAO 856 Ultralite.

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The Taurus to fill out the order: https://www.midwayusa.com/product/1021237547?pid=848911

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Listener Matthew S:

Well I was initially going to say something like a new colt python 4” in and a canik DA as it is a needed transition pistol to show the evolution from the walther p99 design into what the caniks are today. But that’s all to the wayside cause in actually finding a new colt python a few weeks ago turns out that gun will eat an entire $2000 budget but damn is it a sweet gun!

Main Topic: FFL’d

-What does it take to be a FFL?

-Security Concerns?

-Maintaining Inventory?

-Ammo Buying considerations

Wrap Up:

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Until next week, have fun and safe shooting!