Welcome to TFB Podcast Roundup 34. This week I wanted to focus on one of my favorite firearms subjects – rimfire shooting. Rimfire shooting is becoming more and more popular as we continue to face supply chain issues, inflation, and more and more potential shooters getting into various sporting events within the firearms world. So for TFB Podcast Roundup 34, I’ve gathered some of the best rimfire podcast listening including some great interviews from the guys at the Steel Target Paint Podcast as well as the No Excuse to Miss Podcast which is put on by the fine folks over at Volquartsen.
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TFB Podcast Roundup 34: Much Ado about Rimfire
Length: 58 Minutes
Dust off that old 10/22, go buy a bucket o’ bullets and prepare to have a ton of fun. Thought rimfire was just for kids and squirrel hunters? Think again, Cheyenne Dalton joins Mark, Jimmy and another special guest and frequent listener, Trent Brenny, to talk about the world of competitive rimfire shooting. Cheyenne started out her competitive shooting career in rimfire with a purple 10/22 she got at a WalMart and wound up going all the way to win the rimfire world championship in her division. From cowboy action rimfire shooting with lever actions to NRL precision .22 with bolt guns that mimic full-size precision rifles, there’s a cheap and super fun way to stay frosty and better your overall skills as a shooter with rimfire.
Volquartsen’s No Excuse to Miss Podcast Episode 38 Evolution of Aftermarket Parts with Scott Volquartsen
Length: 41 Minutes
In this episode of No Excuse to Miss Podcast, Scott Volquartsen and Chad Wittrock discuss the evolution of the aftermarket parts industry. Seeing the company start in this field back in the day, Scott talks about the differences of how the market used to be, how it is now, and how technology has evolved with time, allowing products to evolve as well with different versions, different variables, and different usability.
Scott also talks about how this evolution always had performance and accuracy as focal points. There is no doubt that innovation and design are valuable components of the products, but the functioning part still is the most important thing. Tune in to learn more about the history, current processes, and future projects of Volquartsen Firearms, and the perspective of growth of the aftermarket industry.
Length: 25 Minutes
Having recently acquired a Tandemkross Kraken myself, I was pretty curious to see what the mindset was behind the pretty little lower for the Ruger MK series of pistols. While it’s quite a fine piece of tech, I don’t think anyone else can explain it better than the folks who designed it. If you’re considering upgrading to one of the Kraken lowers, then this podcast is a quick must-listen for you all.
The Rimfire Nation Podcast Episode 41 – Asmir from Tesro updates us on new gear and supply chain challenges
Length: 119 Minutes
We sit down with Asmir from Tesro to chat about the new products they carry and what we can expect regarding ammo supply for 2022. Always a great time catching up with Asmir. Tesro was one of our first sponsors when we started up in 2017. Thanks Asmir!
This podcast is a lengthy one but it is great because it actually gives good insight into a real problem we’ve all faced over the last two years as firearms owners. If you’re interested to hear about the inner struggles encountered in regards to supply chain issues for the firearms industry as well as some new gear for 2022, this one is a great listen for a road trip or long commute to and from work.
Length: 26 Minutes
The Remington Arms Company has been a staple of the American Firearms industry for over a century and the company has served the American people by providing small arms and ammunition through two world wars and year after year of improvements, innovations, and alterations to various firearms designs, and ammunition. Today our host and editor-in-chief Pete has on Joel Hodgdon to talk a bit about the past of the Remington Arms Company, its future, and of course how the last couple of chaotic years have affected them. Please welcome Joel Hodgdon with Remington.
Thank’s as always for stopping by to listen to TFB’s podcast as well as the podcasts we’ve selected for this week. If you’ve got any firearms-related podcasts you love and think would be a good listen for others who read or listen at TFB, feel free to drop us a lead below in the comments.