Can the Kel-Tec RFB catch up? It runs well in this Part 2 of "No Fear" as it continues with little lubrication with the various shooters in the TNP Sledgehammer Drill. Best score so far with the RFB is 32 points with Chad from Kel-Tec. But the FN 17S having thrown down 54 pts in the Nutnfancy Run #1 will be a hard catch (in fact the 9 hits at 200 yds is a course record). We are in for a few surprises though as an optics mount comes loose (good job Chad!), a pistol goes flying, the PMR-30s continue to jam, and even the FN 17S has a failure to feed. Did I say surprises? Actually it's the norm as the Sledge course as it continues functions as designed, revealing real data that will be useful and entertaining to the viewer. Lunch time ensues with the fellas and we inhale the cajun grilled chicken on french rolls in the high wind. Speaking of wind, I generate a bit of my own as usual for a little more entertainment. As testament to his coolness, we treat Chad as one of our own as we continue working the guns hard and making fun of each other. Welcome to Part 2 ///////////////////////Music: Licensed to TNP from Jason Shaw