Sons of Guns returns with a new season Wednesday, February 29. Lock and load!
Best I can tell... from the conversations...ndole said:I haven't followed much more than their FB posts occasionally. What's up with it?
WOW. That's quite a development. There was definitely a bit of contention with his dating Wills' daughter, but I didn't realize that it was quite that deep. I wonder if they're still dating.. :lol:Earl Bonovich said:Best I can tell... from the conversations...
Vince has left, and started his own company..
Haven't looked to confirm it... but it looks like it.
Also the fans are really complaining on the obvious level of "production editing" that is going on.
It was a lot like Monster Garage, or Pimp My Ride. Too over the top to even be realistically appealing. Not that 4 M16's sammiched together isn't cool. But when they're constantly building stuff that the customer can't actually take home, it get's a little bit boring.Earl Bonovich said:I am hoping this season they build a few more rifle and hand guns... and less of the over the top "canon" type firearms.
They are cool once and a while... but it seemed last season was dominated by these over the top mega weapons.
Umm... maybe I am confused (and missed something)dpeters11 said:I wonder who owns it now that Vince left. It sounds like there are two new owners, maybe we'll find out in the premiere.
I would need to dig up some posts from a couple of other forums. However, from what I remember in the little I skimmed the posts, Vince was part owner and also held the FFL for Red Jacket (FFL = Federal Firearms License). So without Vice, as a business they can't legally sell any firearms (assuming the FFL for Red Jacket was held exclusively by Vince). I don't remember all the details for why Will wasn't the actual owner or why he didn't hold the FFL.Earl Bonovich said:Umm... maybe I am confused (and missed something)
Was Vince part owner of Red Jacket?
I thought it was Will (and Steph's) business...