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Colorado– (Ammoland.com) – This week on AMERICAN GUNS, Rich Wyatt wants to prepare himself and his wife Renee for an approaching vacation to Alaska by testing out weapons that could assist them ought to they encounter harmful animals.
Renee frets the weapons will be too effective for her, however Rich is positive she can handle the weapons.
“It was a really encouraging experience to shoot the BFR for the first time and have no problem with it at all,” stated Renee Wyatt.
“Being well trained and prepared as a lifestyle has made me a relatively confident person in general, however I need to accept, seeing that huge handgun was intimidating. I was quite sure I can fire it successfully, and shoot pretty well actually, however I did have this nagging feeling in that back of my mind that stated, ‘Exactly what are you thinking Renee … that gun was certainly built for a guy.’ Well, maybe, not so much anymore!”
Another week brings another difficulty for the Gunsmoke employees, and Civil War enthusiast Jeff presents them with a huge one. Jeff is looking to purchase a practical double-barreled Civil War canon. Rich tasks his employees with resolving the 150-year-old issue and producing the globe’s first safe and practical double-barreled canon.
As a concession, Ann and Jesse enroll in a Gunsmoke security and shooting class to help them better understand weapon basics. Rich and Renee additionally guarantee to customize the Csincsaks’ matching Smith & Wesson.38 pistols so they’re beginner-friendly.
Always planning to cultivate healthy and balanced competitors amongst his employees, Rich asks two gunsmiths to each customize one of the Csincsaks’ firearms. Whoever crafts the superior weapon, to be determined by the entire Wyatt clan, will certainly win a much-desired prize– the Mossberg 930 semiautomatic shotgun.
Tune in for an all-new episode of AMERICAN FIREARMS this Wednesday at 9:00 pm ET/PT.