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Episode 81: Uber Driver Stops Robbery

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Florida is working towards passing open carry and allowing for on-campus carry in public schools; a prominent Atlanta attorney is in hot water after accidentally shooting his wife while riding in the car; a man accidentally discharges his weapon while trying to take a selfie in a strip club; the new CZ-USA P-10C striker-fired pistol; plus the story behind how one Uber driver lost his job because he defended himself from an armed robbery; plus more! Riley and Jacob do their best to keep it together after a little “holiday hangover” on today’s episode. Tune in now….

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2 Responses to Episode 81: Uber Driver Stops Robbery

  1. Ryan C January 3, 2017 at 12:27 pm #

    Just got to listen to this episode today (I’m about a week behind). Lyft has a more strict anti-weapon policy than Uber does. Uber at least allows non-lethal weapons to be carried, while Lyft doesn’t allow anything.

    http://therideshareguy.com/are-uber-and-lyft-drivers-allowed-to-carry-non-lethal-weapons/

    • Jacob Paulsen January 3, 2017 at 12:28 pm #

      Ryan, thank you for sharing! Good to know 🙂

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