It’s a new Gun Talk giveaway, a pastor that carries in church, high risk restaurants in North Carolina, info on the Springfield Armory XDs recall, and more, this week on Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk® Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports.

Performing double-duty this week, Pete Brownell, of Brownell’s Inc., stops by to announce the next Gun Talk Giveaway, and talk about “The Brownells Way” campaign that they recently launched. “The Brownells Way” includes a series of videos throughout the month of October, special pricing on select products from their shotgun parts and gunsmithing supplies, plus marked-down Brownells AR-15 and 1911 magazines. Enter to win at, and read about the new campaign at

At the end of August, Springfield Armory issued a recall on their 3.3” XDs handgun. Springfield Armory’s Denny Reese drops by with info on the recall, and how you can send your XDs in for repair. The information is also posted at

Paul Valone, President of Grass Roots North Carolina visits on Sunday to discuss the recent expansion of North Carolina’s concealed carry law that allows carrying into restaurants and on campus. Opponents of the law have been encouraging businesses to post signs prohibiting carrying. GRNC responded by launching the High Risk Restaurant Project, to allow supporters to report restaurants that do not allow guns, and to support restaurants that do. To find out more, visit

Dr. Eduardo Gonzalez, Pastor of Linwood Baptist Church in Shreveport, LA, recently did an interview with KSLA News, explaining why he, and some of his congregants, carry concealed in their church after a pastor in another part of Louisiana was shot in church. Read the story here:, and tune in Sunday to hear more from Dr. Gonzalez.

Also on this Sunday, Mike McNett, owner of DoubleTap Ammunition, stops by with info on the new website, interesting ammunition, and more. Check it out at!

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