New Micro Pistols; Second Amendment Sheriff

March 18, 2021

It's two new micro-compacts, a Florida sheriff standing up for the Second Amendment, and more, this week on Tom Gresham's Gun Talk® Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the shooting sports.

This week, Ruger announced the release of their MAX-9 pistol (,a direct-mount optics-ready 12+1 capacity pistol. Ruger’s Brandon Trevino talks with Tom about this new micro-compact this Sunday. Released later the same day was Smith & Wesson’s new Shield, the Shield Plus (’s Corey Beaudreau brings Gun Talk listeners all the details on this new13+ capacity pistol with a variety of options, including a Performance Center version with optic cuts. Also talking with Tom this Sunday is Sarasota County Sheriff Kurt Hoffman. A letter Sheriff Hoffman sent as a reply declining an invite to meet with a well-known gun control group was recently released, showcasing his reasons why, and how crime – including gun crime – has been a on decline in the county since 2009. Read the letter at,and tune in to hear more!

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