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TGO David

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About TGO David

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    TGO Founder / Admin
  • Birthday 07/22/1972

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    http://www.tngunowners.com

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    Male
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    Middle TN
  • Occupation
    Management

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  • Handgun Carry Permit
    Yes
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    No
  • Military
    No
  • NRA
    Yes
  • Carry Weapon #1
    CZ P10C
  • Carry Weapon #2
    Glock 19
  1. Podcasts Coming Winter 2018

    Thanks! I was probably more nervous about posting that than I have been in a long while. It was like posting a picture of my kids and hoping that no one calls them ugly, but realizing that it's entirely a possibility that they will.
  2. Weekly TGO Chat Session

    Sorry - I was busy recording the podcast. If folks aren't interested, they aren't interested.
  3. Podcasts Coming Winter 2018

    A draft copy of Episode 00 - The Prelude has been uploaded. This episode is only ~10 minutes long and it's just me. In it, I lay out out my vision for what I want the Shooters Nation Podcast to become and ask for a couple of things from you in return. On the next episode, I'll be joined by some friends - folks you probably recognize. Maybe some folks you've even heard of yet. Let me know what you think!
  4. Money bomb for NRA on 3/24

    Or both. That's what I plan to do. I like to diversify.
  5. M&P M2.0 Compact 9mm First Impressions

    That's a very smart thing to do. I wish more people would follow your lead. The best I can offer is what my own experiences with a product are or have been, and I really like the M2.0 pistols. A lot. So much that I don't even carry a Glock 19 these days and instead go for my M2.0 9mm Compact. It is very accurate and the grip just feels great to me. The trigger is good enough that I don't even find myself thinking about the trigger when I shoot it. To me, that's really when I know that I have a gun that I can use well: When I no longer think about the trigger. But like I said, it's really a subjective thing. It's so subject that I almost don't even want to talk about trigger "feel" when people ask about any gun unless we're going to talk about the quantifiable things like amount of take-up, pull weight and reset length. I hope it doesn't sound like I am annoyed, because I'm really not. I've just come to the point where I have had to admit that its no easier to describe all of the things that culminate in trigger "feel" than it is to describe to a blind person what a sunset looks like.
  6. M&P M2.0 Compact 9mm First Impressions

    The feel of the trigger in the M2.0 is superior to the 1.0 in my experience. I still own a few 1.0's so it is easy for me to access either of them for a side by side comparison, and my impression still holds. But, if you want a Glock-like trigger - stick to your Glock. The M2.0 trigger is excellent but it's still somewhat different. Or, at the very least, try several of them before you buy one. Trigger "feel" is a purely subjective thing, and I really wouldn't want you to buy one because I or anyone else said it was improved, only for you to regret it and end up with more buyer's remorse. The funny thing to me is that my Gen 4 Glock 19 has more grit and twang in the trigger than the M2.0 and consequently feels worse. But again it's subjective, and I am looking for a different feel from the trigger than you might be.
  7. M&P M2.0 Compact 9mm First Impressions

    Neither of my M2.0 feel like what you described for a bad trigger. But neither of them feel like a Glock either. If you want that, you want a Glock.
  8. M&P M2.0 Compact 9mm First Impressions

    What constitutes a "good" trigger for you?
  9. Podcasts Coming Winter 2018

    I mean I really don't know what else to say other than I've stopped listening to regular radio on my commute to and from work and sometimes even AT work, and just listen to podcasts now. It's pretty awesome not having to listen to a bunch of crap I don't care anything about.
  10. Podcasts Coming Winter 2018

    Yep.
  11. Podcasts Coming Winter 2018

    Thanks! I am going to lose my mind if I don't record a podcast this week. We've got so much to talk about right now. I agree with you on bad-sounding podcasts. I can control about 50% of that from the recording and processing side, but there's the other 50% that relies entirely on the connection between me and the other panelists and guests, and what they do to control noise and get good sound on their side. If and when we do some podcasts "in person" with some folks, I will be able to control it even better.
  12. Podcasts Coming Winter 2018

    Huh. Try again. I edited the post to be sure it has the current link.
  13. Podcasts Coming Winter 2018

    Just posted a second draft and updated the previous post.
  14. Podcasts Coming Winter 2018

    Here's a sneak peak at the intro for the Shooters Nation podcast. Let me know what you think! Remember, we're going for a national audience here which is why we're doing it under the Shooters Nation name. I may do a periodic podcast under the TGO name just for you all, but podcasts really have to be done "at scale" in order to be worth the time and effort. Just posted a 2nd Draft...
  15. Another shooting

    Excellent post.

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