Handgun Radio: Shot Show Talk

Been forgetting to promote these shows recently. Hopefully you’ve been keeping up without my prompts.
This latest Show is talking about Shot Show and New Products for 2017

We’re also Joined by Doc Wesson of that other show you should be listening to!

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Gunblog Variety Cast Ep 123

EP123 GunBlog VarietyCast – Happy Holidays 2016
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from all of us at the GunBlog VarietyCast! Enjoy our holiday-sized episode and we’ll see you next year!
Beth is “On Assignment” and will return next week.
Two suspects are arrested in the murder of a third, and you’ll never guess how they knew each other! Sean tells you all about it.
Barron is on assignment and will return soon.
In the Main Topic, Erin and Sean take a look back at 2016.
Tiffany was so intrigued by Weer’d’s Audio Fisk of the “Miss Sloan” film trailer that she had to run out and watch it…and then she tells Weer’d all about it in a double segment we like to call “The Weerdy and Tiffy Show.”
Erin combines her Blue Collar Prepping segment with the Plug of the Week to tell you about the Mule Light by UVPaqlite.

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Merry Christmas!

However you do it!

H/T Farmdad for the video!

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Squirrel Report: British Exchange Student

So this week we shipped Jay off to England, and got Hayden in exchange!

I think we’ll keep him!

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Gunblog Variety Cast Ep 122

EP122 GunBlog VarietyCast – Weekend Glory

“Some clichty folks don’t know the facts, posin’ and preenin’ and puttin’ on acts, stretchin’ their backs.”

Beth got a letter, and it wasn’t a happy one. Is it so wrong to focus on women in the shooting sports?

There are no walls between the “Safe” university and the “Unsafe” town, and criminals don’t respect your imaginary boundaries. Sean looks into the case of a man arrested for kidnapping and sex assault right near Duke University.

Barron is on assignment and will return soon.

In the Main Topic, Sean discusses his new SIG P320 and competitive shooting. Will Erin ever shoot an IDPA match?

Tiffany has a message for Erin, and she has to quote Maya Angelou to get that message across.

How many hours are there between now and sunset? Erin tells you how to use your fingers to measure things in the sky.

Did you know that more people bought guns than received permits to carry in Florida? Gasp! One TV station decided to try to make hay of this, so Weer’d mows them down in another patented Weer’d Audio Fiskā„¢.

Our plug of the week is for the Streamlight Stylus Pro flashlight.

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Creative Remix Style

This guy is just cool!

Rather than doing video game remixes using modern synthetics, or conventional instruments, he goes A Capella in a multi-track with a video feed from each track!

And another fave

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Doonesbury Crosses A Line

I get it, Garry Trudeau is an uber-wealthy liberal who’s pissed that HIS uber-wealthy liberal lost the election to that other uber-wealthy liberal….

And given that all Democrats are consumed with hate this is how he responds:

OK I get the “Trump is a Racist” and “Trump is a Klansman” thing. It’s right up there with the whole “Bush is Evil”, “Bush is Stupid”, or “Obama is a Kenyan”, “Obama is a Terrorist”, or even “Hillary Clinton is Fat”. It’s a tool of the intellectually lazy to express sheer hatred without appearing TOO bloodthirsty.

But to characterize the reporters of Breitbart News as Klansman? What the Fuck?

Garry, why don’t you just grow a pair and turn your now weekly strip (he’s stopped writing dailies) into a Donald Trump Snuff strip until another person is elected?

“Progressives” are such big fucking Heroes!

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AG Healey Knows She Broke the Law

She’s running the clock out as long as possible. Can I be wistful and hope her stupidity will mark the end of the Massachusetts Assault Weapons Ban?

Maybe not, but it gives me the warm fuzzies.

Thanks to GOAL

more info on the case here

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An Awesome Wing Recipe

I need to try this

The wife doesn’t care for wings or legs, as she sees them as too much work. My daughter and I LOVE them.

Unfortunately she doesn’t like hot pepper or garlic (I suspect that will change) so I’ll have to make them for myself.

That should be a tough sell!

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It Takes a Tough Man to Make a Chicken Tender

A turn of the catch phrase of these vintage ads!

Since I’ve taken to putting some of my favorite recipes up here, this is another perennial.

This was a big batch of Chicken tenders made for a party. They’re easy, they’re relatively healthy, and they taste AWESOME!

So first you need your chicken. What you need are thin pieces of skinless chicken. I frequently find good deals on chicken tenders or chicken cutlets at the grocery store (There’s a rack of each in the picture), but if you don’t have those all you need to do is take a boneless skinless chicken breast and pound it with a meat mallet until it’s flat, then trim them to whatever size you want. That method actually makes the most tender tenders IMHO, but it’s more work.

Also I don’t see why you couldn’t also do this with chicken thigh meat, or even veal or pork cutlets.

Once you have the meat, you need three bowls or pans for the breading. Pan #1 will be filled with flour, Pan #2 with a beaten egg with about 1 tablespoon of water mixed in per egg used. Pan #3 will have panko bread crumbs.

Note you can season each of these ingredients however you want. Hot and spicy, Italian herb, ect.

Dredge each piece in each of the pans going flour, then egg, then breadcrumbs, making sure each peace is fully and evenly coated.

Then place each piece on a cooling rack placed on a baking sheet, making sure not to crowd them. This gives maximum air contact and allows them to get really crispy on all sides without need for flipping.

Then bake at 450 degrees for 15 mins. After this the chicken will still be moist and tender, but the breading will be crisp. Then do with them what you want. Eat them as-is, coat them with buffalo sauce, I frequently cover them with sauce and cheese and make Chicken Parmigiana.


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