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Gun Gripes #163: “Master of None” with John Lovell

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In this video, John Lovell joins us to discuss how folk tend to not focus their training on a few specific firearms but rather choose to go with the “flavor of the week” when it comes to self defense. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Gun Gripes #163: “Master of None” with John Lovell

  1. Thanks for the awesome yet informative videos you make on a daily basis. I also want to say nice choice to have John Lovell as a guest. They gave me more food for thought with ideal decision making in the firearm world. I myself prefer functionality over personal bias with protection.
    For instance I’m not fond of Glocks mostly the company rather than the firearm itself. However A Glock is most likely going to be my first CCW. I know it’ll work every time I intend to pull the trigger. I can work around any and all personal imperfections that I see with any firearm. Because at the end of the day. A firearm which can’t reliably operate, is simply not worth a damn. Thank you for reading this and I hope you have a nice day Iraqveteran8888.

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