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Sit down with Deviant Ollam (hacker, lock picker, cyborg), Karl from InRangeTV and James Reeves of TFBTV on the banks of the Mississippi River in New Orleans for a frank and adult discussion regarding guns, rights, lock picking, history and more.
Alternate WWII armament question: Given the choice between a 100% reliable M1 carbine and an M1 Garand, which would you choose to equip a military force with if you also had the means to make supporting arms in the same caliber?
Biometric locking systems for gun storage?
How easy are fingerprint scanners, a la a smart phone, to spoof/bypass/trick?
You guys frequently mention that most of the innovation to be had in modern firearms is in optics. Do you think that suppressor advancements will also play a large role improving the overall firearm?
In your perspective, how vulnerable is US military to electronic warfare?
Combo travel/security question. Do you have a recommendation for a decent under $100 lock for securing gun cases for airline travel?
Are there any instances you are aware of where TSA have illegally cut locks and anything has been done about it?
If you were going to run a "bolt-action/geezer" division at 2gun, what would it include?
I’ve heard you all mention projects to modernize Garands, SKSs, and lever guns. What’s going on with those projects?
Do you consider the M1 carbine to be a PCC for the 2GACM?
You've previously said that the M1 Garand is the oldest rifle to still be a viable/practical weapon. What about the M1 makes it so, and why don't other semi-automatics of the era (Remington model 8 for example) make the cut?
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