The Beavercreek Incident, and How the Feds Made the Internet Cry (Podcast – Season 2, Ballistic Radio Episode 82 – October 5th, 2014)

“…Handguns suck. Which, if you didn’t already know that, let me try and break the news to you gently and as softly as I know how. Handguns suck. All of them.  Not just all the ones you don’t like, but all of them. Even your favorite one. They don’t do what we want them to do, when we want them to do it.” – John Johnston

Listen closely, and you can probably hear the interwebz crying. Which is one of the topics for this show. No, not grown men crying, but rather the F.B.I.’s recent switch from .40 caliber to 9mm. John talks about the original adoption of the .40 caliber round and what made the F.B.I switch. As well, John and Andy discuss; a shooting incident at the Beavercreek Wal-Mart, introducing ambiguity to training, and the importance of what we say in a 911 call.

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