Steam locomotives were a cool thing, and they're still around to some extent as tourist attractions, but there's better ways to move trains. GUNS Magazine Editor Brent T. Wheat argues the same is true of black powder and handguns. Tune in to this episode of Gun Cranks to find out if Tom McHale and Roy Huntington agree.
Companies are tripping over themselves to be more woke in a misguided effort to appeal to zero point zero zero zero percent of the market. Bud Light recently imploded after hiring trans-wokie Dylan Mulvaney to represent one of America’s favorite blue-collar beers. Ummm, it’s not going well. Can you guys just … make beer? The Gun Cranks discuss the pros and cons of the shooting industry going woke. Should the gun cranks start identifying as women, or maybe turnips? Warning: this episode of Gun Cranks may cause progressive implosion. Hey, we warned you.
Let's play a little game of he said, she said. Oftentimes, what men assume women want and need is vastly different than what women actually want and need. This can be especially true when it comes to choosing a firearm. From the mouths of men themselves, The Gun Cranks rant about why so many of them get it wrong when recommending guns for their female loved ones, training students or customers. Plus, they share the reason why women are better shooting students than men.
From giant whirling fan blades of death to the good ol' instructor bait-and-switch, the Gun Cranks share their worst firearms training experiences ever. And, for possibly the first time ever, Brent Wheat is rendered speechless — watch to find out why!