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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. my two you tube godfathers! truth is though im more like john eventhough i watch iraqveterans videos more often

  2. Something can also be said about over thinking something. I also think of guns as tools. The difference is I prefer to have a master tool box instead of something a novice would have. That being said, one or two tools will not address the multitude of problems you may encounter. I’m a firm believer in having the right tool for the right purpose.

  3. I agree with John that if you are only interested in self-defense you should be more interested in what you will use as opposed to collecting or just owning what looks cool. I am sort of that way due to finances- I have a weapon as a tool for a particular job. A deep concealed, fits in pocket- larger for cooler weather- large frame for range and accuracy when I can rock a shoulder holster. One shotgun, one long-range, one carbine. But….I do tend to ‘dork out’ on guns. I want them all! I want an old Luger, a Colt Python, an M-1, a Thompson! So hard not to go ape and spend the house payment.

  4. Eric. Your guest is pretty well describing the training Marine recruits train, Marine Corp Martial Arts Program, First Aid, Land Navagation, small unit tactics, wilderness survival. All these tie in to make a complete warrior.

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