An Interview I did with JP Enterprises at SHOT

Forgive the lack of blogging this week. I’ve got to get Grunge edited so you guys can get your crack… err… I mean eARC fix.  But here is an interview I did with John Paul during SHOT show about the new MHI custom rifle.

It is when I watch videos like this that I am reminded I am so damned large. AR-10 series rifles normally look big on people. 🙂

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17 thoughts on “An Interview I did with JP Enterprises at SHOT”

  1. Did your experience as a taller than average guy inform your initial imaginings of Jake Sullivan?

  2. Larry, you are a large man. And your visual impact is quite imposing.
    But when you speak, it becomes immediately obvious you’re having fun and enjoying your success as you deserve to do. It makes you fun to be around.

    Very cool rifle, by-the-way.

  3. Love your books and love the rifle. Longtime book fan. New to the site. Wish I didn’t live in a state that was so restrictive on guns. Keep up the great posts and books. How does someone get in on the ears action?

  4. “It is when I watch videos like this that I am reminded I am so damned large. AR-10 series rifles normally look big on people.”
    Larry Correia has to pay the SBR tax on every rifle he buys.

  5. Every time I see a picture of Larry’s holding a handgun I think “gee that’s a small one, is it a .22?” Then I realize “oh yeah, mutant hands”.

  6. I am reminded of two “wow – that guy/these guys are big moments:

    When I was a kid, my Dad listened to Asleep at the Wheel a lot. One day, they were playing some TV show. I remember watching Ray Benson sitting on a stool, singing and playing guitar and thinking….is the guitar miniature?…looks kinda like a mandolin. Then he stood up. Dude is like 6′ 7”.

    Another story – I was in college and jumped in an elevator in one of the dorms. It was packed shoulder-to-shoulder and I was the smallest guy in there. I was about 6′ 3″, 275 lb at the time. It was a decent chunk of our offensive line. I think I said something like, “Damn, boys, I’m not always the biggest guy in the room…but I’ve never been the smallest.”

  7. “I’ve got to get Grunge edited so you guys can get your crack… err… I mean eARC fix.”

    Meanwhile at Entertainment Weekly “Admitted crack-dealer Larry Correia…”

    No, but seriously can’t wait – love that Monster Hunter has become a shared world which is a huge, huge credit to you Larry. By the way, is there anyway I can just start paying for your books on an installment plan?

    What if I gave you say, $5 a month. Could I get regular hits that way instead of waiting for a post-rehab binge every so oftern?

    1. Larry would stop each installment midchapter, midparagraph, mid sentence, midword: “Holly squeezed her t–” ILOH, remember?

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