Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Video Podcast 021010

In this week’s news, everything that is old seems to be new again – but in two completely different ways. Michael Bane covers the Rock River Arms’s delivery of the AR-15 carbines in .40 S&W to the FBI and the re-introduction of the Merwin-Hulbert revolver. He also comments on the upcoming Supreme Court Hearing – McDonald v. Chicago.

4 comments:

Indrid Cold said...

I have been vindicated! Then it wasn't so crazy to pack a Ruger PC4 in the trunk so it could share bullets with my PT140.

Now I wonder if there's a way I can get a Taurus FAMAE MT40 into the US...

dr.bnewberry said...

Enjoyed the video. More information about the Merwin Hulberts! Those will be fun guns if they can get them on the market and trouble free. The machining on the old ones was top notch.

Anonymous said...

You may want to do a little more research on the Merwin so called experts? A good start - ask if you can tour the production facility. Smoke and mirrors...

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