I have listened to GunTalk for about 8 years now. While I don’t catch every show, I’ve listened to most of them in that time. It’s a great resource for responsible firearm owners who are looking to keep themselves in the correct mindset, and up-to-date on various 2A issues concerning the news, legislation and yes, new products. Some have criticized the show as being a three-hour commercial (that’s only true during SHOT Show). While Tom usually has at least one dedicated segment to a commercial industry representative per week, he has not hesitated to hold them to account on-air if he suspected them of being misleading, unsafe or being anti-conducive to 2A advocacy. I can specifically recall Springfield, Remington and even the NRA itself being held to account by Tom on-air for various shortcomings. The show may not be as high-speed or “tacticool” as your average YouTube personality’s channel, but it has much more substance than most of those combined. The tone and pace remind me of the interactions I’ve had with the older generation, many of whom have sadly passed, and the show is a nice reminder of a culture I appreciate and don’t often get to engage with. Whether it is training, new firearm technologies, scenario evaluation, ammunition considerations, wing shooting, legislative history, current events or other items that become I.N.T.O.T. moments, Tom has covered it all – and what he doesn’t personally know he routinely gets guests who do. To me, that’s worth segments having the occasional ad placement. If you consider yourself a 2A proponent, then GunTalk should be on your list of subscriptions.