How’s it going everybody and welcome to The Gun Experiment. This week Keith and I talk with the owner of a company focused on home built 1911’s and take a deeper look into home pistol builds.
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Today’s guest is the owner of Stealth Arms, a company dedicated to producing 100% American made 1911 build kits. With a focus on protecting freedom, independence and craftsmanship they provide the resources to allow anyone to build a product that can last a lifetime. It is my pleasure to welcome Tim Homan to the show.
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On this episode of Let’s Mix It Up, we discuss the process of building a 1911 at home.
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I want to thank Tim for coming into the studio and discussing the Stealth Arms with us. Both Keith and I love to tinker with firearms and I really appreciate his genuine desire to allow people to participate in the American tradition of building and personalizing their own firearms.
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