Silver Spring, MD –-(Ammoland.com)- In this week’s episode of SONS OF GUNS, thousands of dollars are still tied up in the defunct SOCOM order.
To make things worse, expensive equipment breaks down and threatens to stop all production at Red Jacket.
As Will scrambles to make ends meet and keep the bills paid, he decides to take on an impossible task and has the entire crew rebuild a 70 year-old rusted out anti-tank cannon.
Meanwhile, the reigning sub-machine gun champion, Samantha Sawyer, asks Will and crew to modify her MK-7 for an upcoming competition.
The pressure at the shop begins to affect the crew’s dynamic as Will questions Flem’s loyalty, and Joe and Kris’ relationship takes a turn for the worst.
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